Fedora 13 Update: erlang-pgsql-0-6.20101203svn.fc13

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2010-19309
2010-12-30 19:54:09
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Name        : erlang-pgsql
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     : 0
Release     : 6.20101203svn.fc13
URL         : https://forge.process-one.net/browse/ejabberd-modules/pgsql/trunk
Summary     : Erlang PostgreSQL interface
Description :
Library that gives possibility to Erlang programs to
connect PostgreSQL databases by plain TCP and execute
simple SQL statements.

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Update Information:

- Upgrade to SVN 20101203 and some spec file cleanup
- Narrowed explicit requires (thanks to Peter Lemenkov)
- Dropped -devel subpackage (thanks to Peter Lemenkov)
- Corrected wrong subpackage obsolete (thanks to Michael Schwendt)


SVN 20101203 contains the following upstream changes:

- Support PostgreSQL 9.0 (EJAB-1359) (thanks to Stephen Gibberd and Konstantin Nikiforov)
- Support for NULL type (thanks to UJvu)
- Replace TYPE/1 with is_TYPE/1 (EJAB-922)
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ChangeLog:

* Sat Jan  1 2011 Robert Scheck <robert at fedoraproject.org> 0-6.20101203svn
- Corrected wrong subpackage obsolete (thanks to Michael Schwendt)
* Thu Dec 30 2010 Robert Scheck <robert at fedoraproject.org> 0-5.20101203svn
- Upgrade to SVN 20101203 and some spec file cleanup
- Narrowed explicit requires (thanks to Peter Lemenkov)
- Dropped -devel subpackage (thanks to Peter Lemenkov)
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