Fedora 13 Update: gettext-

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-06-14 16:42:40

Name        : gettext
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     :
Release     : 1.1.fc13
URL         : http://www.gnu.org/software/gettext/
Summary     : GNU libraries and utilities for producing multi-lingual messages
Description :
The GNU gettext package provides a set of tools and documentation for
producing multi-lingual messages in programs. Tools include a set of
conventions about how programs should be written to support message
catalogs, a directory and file naming organization for the message
catalogs, a runtime library which supports the retrieval of translated
messages, and stand-alone programs for handling the translatable and
the already translated strings. Gettext provides an easy to use
library and tools for creating, using, and modifying natural language
catalogs and is a powerful and simple method for internationalizing

Update Information:

Update to gettext- release and no longer require cvs.

* Wed Jun 23 2010 Jens Petersen <petersen at redhat.com> -
- correct license tag from GPLv3 to GPLv3+
- no longer require cvs (#606746)
- disable dependency on git with bcond
* Fri Jun 11 2010 Jens Petersen <petersen at redhat.com> -
- update to release (#591044)
- gettext-0.17-autopoint-CVS-441481.patch, gettext-0.17-long-long-int-m4.patch
  gettext-0.17-open-args.patch, and
  gettext-xgettext-python-unicode-surrogate-473946.patch are upstream
- use chrpath to avoid multilib rpath hell instead of complicated libtool hacks
* Thu May 27 2010 Jens Petersen <petersen at redhat.com> - 0.17-16.2
- move libintl.jar to lib subpackage to avoid multilib problems
  (reported by Jim Radford in #595922)

  [ 1 ] Bug #591044 - gettext- is available
  [ 2 ] Bug #574031 - gettext requires cvs and "yum remove vi" tries to remove redhat-lsb
  [ 3 ] Bug #606746 - gettext-0.18 does not require CVS

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

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