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Fedora Core 4 Update: qt-3.3.4-15.1 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : qt
Version     : 3.3.4
Release     : 15.1
Summary     : The shared library for the Qt GUI toolkit.
Description :
Qt is a GUI software toolkit which simplifies the task of writing and
maintaining GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications
for the X Window System.

Qt is written in C++ and is fully object-oriented.

This package contains the shared library needed to run qt
applications, as well as the README files for qt.


* Wed Jun 29 2005 Than Ngo  1:3.3.4-15.1

- apply patch to fix Rendering for Punjabii, thanks to Trolltech #156504
- add better fix for #156977, thanks to trolltech
- apply patch to fix keyReleaseEvent problem #156572

* Tue May 24 2005 Than Ngo  1:3.3.4-15

- add better fix for #156977, thanks to trolltech

This update can be downloaded from:

cde488f937a17d87c84b56ed15346db3  SRPMS/qt-3.3.4-15.1.src.rpm
fad9a2695122d393efdb9f197a71be2b  ppc/qt-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
0abb7f868d730fc1700d0f6b57186552  ppc/qt-config-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
e42ef7c60c30c723c843615826fb86d1  ppc/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
1e13975eba4ac02f9b9203e158fa1385  ppc/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
967d85eeca0b3c75e27b13db368affde  ppc/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
84157b0a0d5ac62aec928d7f291d4406  ppc/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
70879781c00e56559465c6168a50757f  ppc/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
7b96fe2e52bc6018348ee41846be3ece  ppc/debug/qt-debuginfo-3.3.4-15.1.ppc.rpm
5d2ac9150169301f8a8a3d3a6a0796c5  ppc/qt-3.3.4-15.1.ppc64.rpm
c60c15d1ffc8e275fe98381ddb540305  x86_64/qt-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
758ae0e33b2de65fe035da3d66495c8f  x86_64/qt-config-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
bdb4a282e7450653fc86e18941a9b1b5  x86_64/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
940efa150446038ee658db4c6885f196  x86_64/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
06fcce9bbe92f781c6ff4abea452b8f3  x86_64/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
0d5de3e068c54204d76d01b32ac9aa3b  x86_64/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
d0876c96dde913075ecf4bf6d7c4e96f  x86_64/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.1.x86_64.rpm
fab913809a664acdaae0977b2041adc7  x86_64/qt-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
fab913809a664acdaae0977b2041adc7  i386/qt-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
b5760029368d1dd68d1d286cb58df159  i386/qt-config-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
15fc45148e2a2c8ac98eadb26cafda69  i386/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
b728e23e5baf00681b0d5b3e034d5a83  i386/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
e19188e23ea8aeae75a4a0a1dad23483  i386/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
f624729ec0f9c605dc2117be40ae52e4  i386/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.1.i386.rpm
ad30bd5345dd41a24608ae27303482dc  i386/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.1.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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