Fedora 13 Update: libhocr-0.10.17-6.fc13

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-07-07 16:44:53

Name        : libhocr
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     : 0.10.17
Release     : 6.fc13
URL         : http://hocr.berlios.de
Summary     : A Hebrew optical character recognition library
Description :
LibHocr is a GNU Hebrew optical character recognition library. It scans
document images, improve the image, analyzes the page layout, recognizes
the characters and outputs the text. The output texts are now editable
text, ready for your blog, word processor or any other use.

Update Information:

Fixes for GUI operations in case no scanner is connected to the system. Also,
add an older dependency bugfix [python(hocr)] Make sure release number is the
same as F-12

* Mon Jun  7 2010 Oron Peled <oron at actcom.co.il> - 0.10.17-6
- Fix fedora bugs #574259, #577657, #574631
- Applied a local patch, since upstream did not issued any release
  since Mar-2010, despite several bug reports (some with fixes).
  I'll send this fix upstream for inclusion (one can always hope ;-)
* Thu Feb 18 2010 Oron Peled <oron at actcom.co.il> - 0.10.17-5
- Fix fedora bug 565233 -- Added python(hocr) as provides to
  libhocr-python and as requires to libhocr-gtk

  [ 1 ] Bug #565233 - [abrt] crash in libhocr-gtk-0.10.17-4.fc12
  [ 2 ] Bug #574259 - [abrt] crash in libhocr-gtk-0.10.17-5.fc12: sane-pygtk:532:combobox_scanner_changed_cb:IndexError: list index out of range
  [ 3 ] Bug #577657 - [abrt] crash in libhocr-gtk-0.10.17-5.fc12: sane-pygtk:282:button_scan_clicked_cb:IndexError: list index out of range
  [ 4 ] Bug #574631 - [abrt] crash in libhocr-gtk-0.10.17-5.fc12: sane.py:151:_getSaneSignature:RuntimeError: no scanner available

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