Fedora 9 Update: nemiver-0.5.4-1.fc9

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Fedora Update Notification
2008-07-15 04:34:41

Name        : nemiver
Product     : Fedora 9
Version     : 0.5.4
Release     : 1.fc9
URL         : http://home.gna.org/nemiver/
Summary     : A C/C++ Debugger for GNOME - point, click, debug!
Description :
Nemiver is an ongoing effort to write a standalone graphical debugger that
integrates well in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently features a
backend which uses the well known GNU Debugger (gdb) to debug C/C++ programs.

The yelp package must be installed to make use of Nemiver's documentation.

Update Information:

Version 0.5.4 fixes many bugs, including some issues with breakpoint parsing,
detaching from the process being debugged, unrecognized file encodings, and
errors about an undefined 'this' variable.     Please see the included changelog
for a full description of all bug fixes and enhancements.

* Fri Jun 27 2008 Peter Gordon <peter at thecodergeek.com> - 0.5.4-1
- Update to new upstream release (0.5.4)
- Rename -devel subpackage to -headers and adjust the %description
  accordingly. (It no longer contains any shared library symlinks or pkgconfig
  data; and thus would not be multilib-friendly. We can't put it in the main
  package due to its additional *-devel dependencies. Finally, upstream has
  said that nothing should really be using the libnemivercommon API yet
- Drop the libnemiver global library patch (fixed upstream)L
  - make-libnemivercommon-global-lib.patch
* Mon May 26 2008 Peter Gordon <peter at thecodergeek.com> - 0.5.3-1
- Update to new upstream release (0.5.3)
- Add upstream bug reference for make-libnemivercommon-global-lib patch.

  [ 1 ] Bug #452955 - Upgrade to 0.5.3 in Fedora 9

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update nemiver' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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