Fedora 17 Update: tango-2-10.20120731gitb4c308f5.fc17

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Fedora Update Notification
2012-08-13 01:43:57

Name        : tango
Product     : Fedora 17
Version     : 2
Release     : 10.20120731gitb4c308f5.fc17
URL         : http://www.dsource.org/projects/tango
Summary     : The Developer's Library for D
Description :
Tango is a cohesive and comprehensive library for the D programming language,
including a complete D runtime along with a tiered set of application services
and utilities.
Tango tries hard to provide a platform agnostic API where it makes sense, and
avoid too many application specific features.
Tango is a cross-platform open-source software library, written in the D
programming language for D programmers.
Availability of solid and extensive documentation represents a prime factor in
library accessibility, and thus this project is as much about documentation
production as it is about top-notch functionality.

Update Information:

Update to latest revision

* Sun Aug 12 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-10.20120731gitb4c308f5
- Update to nex rev
* Thu Jun 14 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-9.20120421gitb3f47b9
- rebuild dmdfe 2.059
* Thu Jun 14 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-8.20120421gitb3f47b9
- rebuild dmdfe 2.059
* Sun Jun 10 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-7.20120421gitb3f47b9
- rebuilt
* Wed Jun  6 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-6.20120421gitb3f47b9
- fix spec file
* Fri May 25 2012 Jonathan MERCIER <bioinfornatics at gmail.com> - 2-5.2012021gitb3f47b9
- update to latest tango rev, with dmdfe 2.059

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

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