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Fedora Core 4 Update: iiimf-12.2-4.fc4.2 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-601
2005-08-02
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : iiimf
Version     : 12.2                      
Release     : 4.fc4.2                  
Summary     : IIIMF multilingual Unicode input method framework
Description :
IIIMF is a next generation multilingual Unicode input method framework,
which is a replacement of existing input method frameworks such as XIM.
This IIIMF implementation includes Language Engines for various Asian
languages allowing one to switch between inputting complex characters
in a number of different languages in supported applications.

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* Wed Jul 20 2005 Akira TAGOH  - 1:12.2-4.fc4.2
- Backported a patch from devel.
  - leif-unit-fix-key-twice-r2614-162646.patch: backported a patch from
    upstream to get fixed the displaying character twice issue. (#162646)
  - leif-unit-fix-freeze-with-flipping-focus-r2664.patch: backported a patch
    from upstream to get fixed the freeze issue with flipping focus.
  - leif-unit-fix-deadkey-sequence-r2729.patch: backported a patch from
    upstream to get fixed the deadkey sequence issue.
  - iiimgcf-fix-hang-r2757.patch: backported a patch from upstream to get
    fixed the applications freezes with pressing key during the focus is grabbed.
  - iiimsf-fix-memory-leak-r2764.patch: backported a patch from upstream to
    get fixed the memory leak issue.
  - iiimp-fix-memory-leak-r2770.patch: likewise.

* Thu Jul  7 2005 Akira TAGOH  - 1:12.2-4.fc4.1
- Backported a patch from devel.
  - xiiimp-pango.patch: applied to show the glyphs on the status window
    and the candidate window with Pango. (#141723)
  - the above patch also contains a fix to get the hotmenu working
    on even iiimx. (#162125)
  - removed the unnecessary/not applied anymore patches:
    - im-sdk-12.1-x-xft-highlight.patch
    - xiiimp-xft-statusarea-147457.patch
    - xiiimp-xft.patch

* Thu Jun 16 2005 Akira TAGOH  - 1:12.2-4.fc4.0
- Backported various fixes/changes from devel.
  - gimlet-default-icon-r2665-159121.patch: set the default window icon. (#159121)
  - Fixed the compiler warnings. (#159392)
    - xiiimp-xft.patch: updated to fix the use of uninitialized variable.
    - EIMIL-fix-uninitialized-value.patch: likewise.
  - iiimgcf-fix-memory-leak-r2660.patch: fixed a memory leak.
  - xiiimp-fix-infinite-loop-property-notify-event-r2661.patch: fixed
    the infinite loop of PropertyNotify event that it causes eating more CPUs
    and memory at iiimd. (#158254)
  - ensure the directory owner of /var/run/iiim is iiimd.


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

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07ee63e6c2acba47634b9e56a285bf3e  ppc/iiimf-emacs-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
9bb4b3ec2c6955aeaa4332315b5a9c5a  ppc/iiimf-gnome-im-switcher-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
17a6f6c2bfcd1dfb9fba01f3dbeb04c6  ppc/iiimf-gtk-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
fec4e4105d88df1673b669bf557f3d9f  ppc/iiimf-libs-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
c2119d50bfd5afe1443b9be99e05f4b2  ppc/iiimf-libs-devel-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
61207063cf29857a7b9c37560359a4f2  ppc/iiimf-qt-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
c35ba4ce5e58db0efd309db8cc5061cb  ppc/iiimf-server-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
4105068a77ccde572bd6a9b5c1e10b0b  ppc/iiimf-x-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
680fa10cfac633e126db8267211fd8a1  ppc/iiimf-le-canna-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
e6c7200b7038624066d5dbef90344441  ppc/iiimf-le-hangul-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
dff9d18e3c24db7526748c16ff934b5d  ppc/iiimf-le-unit-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
4f01f0321bae1556616f2e4b108f4940  ppc/iiimf-le-sun-thai-12.2-4.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
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9d55ba5bb9743e8f33decab99a7a75f4 
x86_64/iiimf-gnome-im-switcher-12.2-4.fc4.2.x86_64.rpm
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062e983b094a08d8b6a8753fea0177c5  x86_64/iiimf-qt-12.2-4.fc4.2.x86_64.rpm
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bc5882cc3c5553ec3cd68d16ab8954e5 
x86_64/debug/iiimf-debuginfo-12.2-4.fc4.2.x86_64.rpm
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660bd3bdacdef70fa77e26a1a4f0b2d7  x86_64/iiimf-libs-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
de5696c9df7fa8e5b97ff4ccc06e02a4  i386/iiimf-docs-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
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660bd3bdacdef70fa77e26a1a4f0b2d7  i386/iiimf-libs-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
eafc3e3fd5d0a60f4782ce132efbcea3  i386/iiimf-libs-devel-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
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f771332cfff720d273ddfb3517ee2d73  i386/iiimf-server-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
806f2edad811a5b694d9296ff6e1252a  i386/iiimf-x-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
5c3aca97a6783bf0e6b91bed3fa16cef  i386/iiimf-le-canna-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
8d6da44d58cd3fc54f63d64e4b3ff42a  i386/iiimf-le-hangul-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
91b7c2b26d0ba87f38c2f8edebdd7105  i386/iiimf-le-unit-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
6528dadab241dbba6f72c166f30c8f7e  i386/iiimf-le-sun-thai-12.2-4.fc4.2.i386.rpm
535bd4725540f3d321c12ca25b96747b  i386/debug/iiimf-debuginfo-12.2-4.fc4.2.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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