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Fedora: flim-1.14.7-0.FC2 update Print E-mail
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Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Fedora Update to 1.14.7 release, which also fixes CAN-2004-0422.

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 2
Name        : flim
Version     : 1.14.7
Release     : 0.FC2
Summary     : Basic library for handling email messages for Emacs
Description :
FLIM is a library to provide basic features about message
representation and encoding for Emacs.

Update Information:

Update to 1.14.7 release, which also fixes CAN-2004-0422.

* Fri Dec 10 2004 Jens Petersen  - 1.14.7-0.FC2

- backport FC3 package:
   - update to 1.14.7 release
     - includes fix for CAN-2004-0422 temp file vulnerability (124395)
   - drop requirements on emacs/xemacs for -nox users
     (Lars Hupfeldt Nielsen, 134479)
   - better url and summary
   - remove redundant docs, large changelog and tests (Warren Togami)

This update can be downloaded from:

07853817dad670bc579823fcd6da5b2e  SRPMS/flim-1.14.7-0.FC2.src.rpm
12d318c9aa08ff9cacb9adb18ac7004f  x86_64/flim-1.14.7-0.FC2.noarch.rpm
12d318c9aa08ff9cacb9adb18ac7004f  i386/flim-1.14.7-0.FC2.noarch.rpm
09f68ea43c5ada22faf6335b4cf580cc  i386/flim-xemacs-1.14.7-0.FC2.noarch.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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