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Fedora Core 3 Update: perl-5.8.5-12.FC3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Security and packaging fixes.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-353
2005-05-02
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Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : perl
Version     : 5.8.5
Release     : 12.FC3
Summary     : The Perl programming language.
Description :
Perl is a high-level programming language with roots in C, sed, awk
and shell scripting.  Perl is good at handling processes and files,
and is especially good at handling text.  Perl's hallmarks are
practicality and efficiency.  While it is used to do a lot of
different things, Perl's most common applications are system
administration utilities and web programming.  A large proportion of
the CGI scripts on the web are written in Perl.  You need the perl
package installed on your system so that your system can handle Perl
scripts.

Install this package if you want to program in Perl or enable your
system to handle Perl scripts.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
Update Information:

Security and packaging fixes.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
* Thu Apr 28 2005 Ville Skyttä  - 3:5.8.5-12.FC3
- Apply fix for CAN-2004-0452 (#156128, #146774).
- Drop incorrect provides from the main package and release tag munging
   from the suidperl subpackage (#148847, José Pedro Oliveira).

* Fri Apr  1 2005 Petr Rockai  - 3:5.8.5-11.FC3
- Do not link with libbind... (backported patch from devel).

* Wed Mar 31 2005 Petr Rockai  - 3:5.8.5-10.FC3
- Fix for CAN-2005-0155, CAN-2005-0156.
- Work around a FTBFS (fails to build from source) in fc3 buildroots.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
This update can be downloaded from:
   http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/

1509fe0fadb22b69b5f878341b34d767  SRPMS/perl-5.8.5-12.FC3.src.rpm
c90f95a4aacf003d94d2420dd6629650  x86_64/perl-5.8.5-12.FC3.x86_64.rpm
c46fe5d5db1ca845e67b39f21ea37d99 
x86_64/perl-suidperl-5.8.5-12.FC3.x86_64.rpm
32a2972a6d1d56a60a213249e70ac7ff 
x86_64/debug/perl-debuginfo-5.8.5-12.FC3.x86_64.rpm
fb672eecfac3216363fae01b52cb1fd8  i386/perl-5.8.5-12.FC3.i386.rpm
c54d4bb985501c643eb7be1309543779  i386/perl-suidperl-5.8.5-12.FC3.i386.rpm
dbbc18ba952c8df14788658dcf13d014 
i386/debug/perl-debuginfo-5.8.5-12.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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