Fedora Core 4 Update: indent-2.2.9-13.fc4

Petr Machata pmachata at redhat.com
Mon Jul 17 20:08:33 UTC 2006

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : indent
Version     : 2.2.9
Release     : 13.fc4
Summary     : A GNU program for formatting C code.
Description :
Indent is a GNU program for beautifying C code, so that it is easier to
read.  Indent can also convert from one C writing style to a different
one.  Indent understands correct C syntax and tries to handle incorrect
C syntax.

Install the indent package if you are developing applications in C and
you want a program to format your code.


* Mon Jul 17 2006 Petr Machata <pmachata at redhat.com> - 2.2.9-13.fc4
- Changes from devel branch:
  - Silenting some warnings, voidifying some functions that were
    implicitly int but didn't actually return anything. (#114376)
  - Changed the placement of closing `while' of `do {} while' command
    under a -cdw option.  It's now cuddled up to the brace. (#67781)
  - Changed the indentation of cuddled `else': the brace is lined up
    under opening brace.
  - Setting LC_ALL instead of LC_MESSAGES in order to fix output of
    KOI8-R characters.  (#134044)
  - Adding Wei-Lun Chao's zh_TW UTF-8 messages (#134044)
  - Add some missing options to manpage/infopage (#199037)

This update can be downloaded from:

b6ee207a29c09233414ed064a2d7d5b9caadba7f  SRPMS/indent-2.2.9-13.fc4.src.rpm
b6ee207a29c09233414ed064a2d7d5b9caadba7f  noarch/indent-2.2.9-13.fc4.src.rpm
3feca29fceaddfec0a03c934184a64cec897edc8  ppc/indent-2.2.9-13.fc4.ppc.rpm
c56f41992a42a143cba5d898559c0c2290950540  ppc/debug/indent-debuginfo-2.2.9-13.fc4.ppc.rpm
098796b214d9608278df124be6bb4df146d49b8c  x86_64/indent-2.2.9-13.fc4.x86_64.rpm
075d60017e0bd4cd39879ed100140dd7dda3031d  x86_64/debug/indent-debuginfo-2.2.9-13.fc4.x86_64.rpm
5ba2e8dc062998eda3bd0e5f9f8ca7a18ee0edb1  i386/indent-2.2.9-13.fc4.i386.rpm
07ce2af040bdce2ea55898d18ff1f30f23eb53dd  i386/debug/indent-debuginfo-2.2.9-13.fc4.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.

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