Fedora 15 Update: grass-6.4.2-2.fc15

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Fedora Update Notification
2012-03-06 19:04:39

Name        : grass
Product     : Fedora 15
Version     : 6.4.2
Release     : 2.fc15
URL         : http://grass.fbk.eu
Summary     : GRASS - Geographic Resources Analysis Support System
Description :
GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) is a Geographic
Information System (GIS) used for geospatial data management and
analysis, image processing, graphics/maps production, spatial
modeling, and visualization. GRASS is currently used in academic and
commercial settings around the world, as well as by many governmental
agencies and environmental consulting companies.

Update Information:

New upstream version 6.4.2, see release log at:


Also solving man page name conflict with "parallel" package.

* Sun Mar  4 2012 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.2-2
- Solve name conflict with "parallel" man pages (BZ 797824)
- Correct man page encoding conversion
- Build with multiple workers; assumuption on race-condition was wrong
* Fri Mar  2 2012 Tom Callaway <spot at fedoraproject.org> - 6.4.2-1
- update to 6.4.2
* Tue Feb 28 2012 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng at lists.fedoraproject.org> - 6.4.1-8
- Rebuilt for c++ ABI breakage
* Tue Jan 10 2012 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-7
- Race condition in build system assumed -- going back to one worker
* Mon Jan  9 2012 Devrim GÜNDÜZ <devrim at gunduz.org> - 6.4.1-6
- Rebuilt with new geos
* Wed Nov 23 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-5
- Move string substitution back to the install section, because
  it causes problems otherwise
- Add patch for libpng API change
* Wed Nov  2 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-4
- Remove encoding from desktop file
- Remove BR on wxGTK, because wxGTK requires it anyway
- Disable Ubuntu patches, because they don't seem to work in Fedora
- Move all the string substitution for locales and docs to prep
- Use name macro in Source
- Drop custom compiler flags -- no evidence they serve a purpose
- Remove 2 unnecessary chmods
- Don't use sysconfdir macro in places, where etc means something different
- Add contributors to documentation
* Wed Nov  2 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-3
- Patch locale and documentation paths properly for the GUI
* Thu Sep 22 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-2
- Remove duplicate documentation
- Correct further documentation paths
- Create version-less symlinks for library directory and binary
- Supply all lang files to the files section directly
- Add ternary operator patch for Python 2.4 (ELGIS)
* Tue Aug  2 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.1-1
- Update to 6.4.1
- Remove explicit lib and include dirs, where not necessary
- Really build with geos
- Remove sed call on ncurses
* Tue Aug  2 2011 Volker Fröhlich <volker27 at gmx.at> - 6.4.0-4
- Correct license to GPLv2+
- Update URL
- Replace define with global macro
- Devel package required itself
- Simplify setup macro
- Don't add -lm manually anymore
- Correct FSF postal address
- Drop cstdio patch
- Correct Exec and Icon entry in desktop file
- Remove wrong and unnecessary translation entries from desktop file
  GRASS didn't start for the first issue
- Add numpy as requirement
- Delete defattr, as the defaults work right
- Use name macro where possible
- Devel package required itself
- Changelog doesn't need encoding conversion anymore
  Same goes for translators and infrastructure files
- Use mandir macro on one occasion
- Introduce "shortversion" macro
- Beautify case construction for 64 bit build flags
- Update syntax for Require on base package to guidelines
- Don't list LOCALE files twice, own directory
- Don't ship same documentation in different packages
- Simplify file list in devel package
- Replace extra icon source with one from the tarball

  [ 1 ] Bug #797824 - grass : Conflicts with parallel

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