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Fedora: abiword-2.0.12-7.fc3 update Print E-mail
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Fedora Fixes for tempnam usages and startup geometry crashes

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : abiword
Version     : 2.0.12
Release     : 7.fc3
Summary     : The AbiWord word processor
Description :
AbiWord is a cross-platform Open Source word processor. The goal is to
make AbiWord full-featured, and remain lean.

Update Information:

Announcement FEDORA-2004-412 incorrectly duplicated 412, superceded by
announcement 462
Fixes for tempnam usages and startup geometry crashes
* Wed Nov 24 2004 Caolan McNamara <> 1:2.0.12-7.fc3

- fix tempnam usage

* Wed Nov 24 2004 Caolan McNamara <> 1:2.0.12-6.fc3

- fix tempnam usage

* Wed Nov 24 2004 Caolan McNamara <> 1:2.0.12-5.fc3

- fix to stop #rh140321#

This update can be downloaded from:

778a9ee7f74d56e78e17bbf6f40b2e97  SRPMS/abiword-2.0.12-7.fc3.src.rpm
610407134efcd14326e570c5e8567121  x86_64/abiword-2.0.12-7.fc3.x86_64.rpm
58746c14e19b02a07bc73e3e13d3363a  i386/abiword-2.0.12-7.fc3.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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