Fedora 20 Update: mldonkey-3.1.5-1.fc20

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Fedora Update Notification
2014-05-01 06:07:23

Name        : mldonkey
Product     : Fedora 20
Version     : 3.1.5
Release     : 1.fc20
URL         : http://mldonkey.sourceforge.net
Summary     : Multiple P2P Network Client
Description :
MLDonkey is a door to the 'donkey' network, a decentralized network used to
exchange big files on the Internet. It is written in a wonderful language,
called Objective-Caml, and present most features of the basic Windows donkey
client, plus some more:
- It should work on most UNIX-compatible platforms.
- You can remotely command your client, either by telnet (port 4000),
    by a WEB browser (http://localhost:4080), or with a classical client
    interface (see http://www.nongnu.org/mldonkey)
- You can connect to several servers, and each search will query all the
    connected servers.
- You can select mp3s by bitrates in queries (useful ?).
- You can select the name of a downloaded file before moving it to your
    incoming directory.
- You can have several queries in the graphical user interface at the same
- You can remember your old queries results in the command-line interface.
- You can search in the history of all files you have seen on the network.

Several different file-sharing networks supported:
- ED2K (and Kademlia and Overnet)
- BitTorrent
- DC++
- (FastTrack, SoulSeek, Gnutella and G2 need work)

Update Information:


2014/03/22: version 3.1.5 = tag release-3-1-5
* 8415: Revert patch #8328 to fix GTK2 gui's compilation (ygrek)

2014/03/10: version 3.1.4 = tag release-3-1-4
* 8388: BT: use porttest service from EDK module (ygrek)
* 8352: CryptoPP: Fix compilation with gcc-4.7 (Jaakko Perttilä)
* 8351: CryptoPP: Fix FreeBSD build with clang on i386 (tijl)
* 8350: CryptoPP: Fix compilation on armhf (ygrek)

* 8336: GD: Fix linking to libpng & libjpeg
* 8335: Version bump miniupnpc 1.9 (ygrek)
* 8334: Version bump libnatpmp 20131126 & miniupnpc 1.8 (ygrek)
8333: Config: New configure option --enable-dev (ygrek)
* 8332: New option "all" for command verify_chunks (ygrek)
* 8331: printf2: add ?exn parameter for easy exception printing (ygrek)
* 8330: printexc2: reduce complexity, drop unused code (ygrek)
* 8329: printf2: reduce complexity, use Printf.ksprintf (ygrek)
* 8328: gettext: reduce complexity, drop unused code (ygrek)
* 8327: GTK2 GUI: fix wrong url on splash screen (ygrek)
* 8326: BT: disable announcing to (ygrek)
* 8325: do not reset option pause_new_downloads at startup(ygrek)
* 8324: BT: dump failing UDP tracker packets (ygrek)
* 8323: Config: fix minor typos (ygrek)
* 7916: Use GNU make when compiling upnp/natpmp on FreeBSD (zbroyar)

* 8123: configure: Fix GD version check for GD 2.1.x

* 8115: Use magnet: links without dllink
* 8114: Fix --enable-force-ocaml with Ocaml 4.00.x
* 8111: http: New option http_root_url specifies root url for the web interface (ygrek)
* 8113: IP discover: Fix broken URL
* 8112: BT/HTML: select/unselect whole directories in BT multifile downloads (ygrek)
* 8110: http_server: refactor error_page (ygrek)
* 8109: FTP: fix CWD (ygrek)
* 8108: FTP: fix authentication (ygrek)
* 8107: HTML: fix "Request URI too large" errors (ygrek) drop unused selectPriority parameters
* 8106: EDK: do not dump unknown messages by default (ygrek)
* 8105: Config: report line and position for syntax errors in config files (ygrek)
* 8104: BT: suppress warning for peers6 entry in tracker response (ygrek)
* 7954: Fix handling of full disc (jcea)
* 7917: Allow upnp_stub.c to be compiled on Mac OS X (zbroyar)

* Thu Apr 10 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.1.5-1
- Update to 3.1.5

  [ 1 ] Bug #1080843 - mldonkey-3.1.5 is available

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

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