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Fedora Core 3 Update: vte-0.11.13-1.fc3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora A whole bunch of upstream fixes for speed, rendering glitches and memory use reduction.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : vte
Version     : 0.11.13
Release     : 1.fc3
Summary     : An experimental terminal emulator.
Description :
VTE is an experimental terminal emulator widget for use with GTK+ 2.0.

Update Information:

A whole bunch of upstream fixes for speed, rendering glitches and
memory use reduction.

* Thu Apr 28 2005 Warren Togami  0.11.13-1
- 0.11.13, all patches are now upstream

* Fri Apr 22 2005 Warren Togami  0.11.12-2
- fix vte python module import (#151348)

* Mon Mar  7 2005 Warren Togami  0.11.12-1
- upgrade to 0.11.12
- remove upstreamed patches (0-2, 5-9)
- remove patch3, clashes and probably not needed anymore
- reverse patch4, because upstream merged this broken patch
- test Novell's excessive malloc for new terminals patch v3
   (GNOME #160993)

* Wed Nov 17 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-15
- Remove workaround for bug 134300 and add
   better patch from Nalin.

* Thu Nov 11 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-14
- Workaround bug 134300 by removing
   the initiate-hilite-mouse-tracking capability from

* Tue Nov  9 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-13
- Don't copy blocks; use pointers to block array directly.
   (based on the debugging efforts of
   Egmont Koblinger , bug 135537).

* Mon Nov  8 2004 Jeremy Katz  - 0.11.11-12
- rebuild against python 2.4

* Mon Nov  8 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-11
- Fix keypad keys when numlock is on in application mode
   (Patch from , bug 126110).

* Sun Oct 31 2004 Dan Williams  0.11.11-10
- Redraw background when unobscured visiblity event is received
         (workaround, patch from Jon Nettleton) #rh100420#
- Mad speed zoom zoom (patch from Soren Sandmann) #rh132770#

* Sun Oct 31 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-9
- Stop using patch previous patch for now until certain
   unaddressed issues with it are resolved.

* Fri Oct 29 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-8
- Commit patch from Owen to avoid scrolling invalid regions.

* Thu Oct 28 2004 Ray Strode  0.11.11-7
- Add support for "scroll-up" and "scroll-down" control
   sequences to make vte more xterm compatible (Patch
   from Nalin, #128375)

This update can be downloaded from:

8b1f9bee083526a3cfb3730776e1311b  SRPMS/vte-0.11.13-1.fc3.src.rpm
98eecde776b2f3d5722b9f44adc9481a  x86_64/vte-0.11.13-1.fc3.x86_64.rpm
4d576491661fbfc37fcb348b6534e07a  x86_64/vte-devel-0.11.13-1.fc3.x86_64.rpm
4a7687012342b9e210908a5c09fb9211  x86_64/vte-0.11.13-1.fc3.i386.rpm
4a7687012342b9e210908a5c09fb9211  i386/vte-0.11.13-1.fc3.i386.rpm
54ae7f326017ea1d14885dbebe7a47be  i386/vte-devel-0.11.13-1.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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