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Fedora Core 4 Update: ttmkfdir-3.0.9-16.1 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update fixes a problem with ttmkfdir not including native encodings of Asian TrueType fonts in fonts.scale files used by the X font server. Users of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean fonts are recommended to reinstall the font packages for these languages after updating ttmkfdir.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-695
2005-08-05
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : ttmkfdir
Version     : 3.0.9                      
Release     : 16.1                  
Summary     : Utility to create fonts.scale files for truetype fonts
Description :
ttmkfdir is a utility used to create fonts.scale files in
TrueType font directories in order to prepare them for use
by the font server.

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Update Information:

This update fixes a problem with ttmkfdir not including
native encodings of Asian TrueType fonts in fonts.scale
files used by the X font server.  Users of Chinese, Japanese,
and Korean fonts are recommended to reinstall the font packages
for these languages after updating ttmkfdir.
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* Wed Aug  3 2005 Jens Petersen  - 3.0.9-16.1
- replace ttmkfdir-3.0.9-defautl_enc_size.patch and
  ttmkfdir-3.0.9-crashplus.patch with ttmkfdir-3.0.9-fix-crash.patch
  to fix missing native encodings of fonts (Akira Tagoh, #143941)
- buildrequire flex
- add ttmkfdir-3.0.9-warnings.patch to silence most of compiler warnings


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

42b8c3844224ad1737ecc2160a33f787  SRPMS/ttmkfdir-3.0.9-16.1.src.rpm
4b45b375538527656714e2129791a3c5  ppc/ttmkfdir-3.0.9-16.1.ppc.rpm
78d5783f8c3cc863edf5efcf2d449d93  ppc/debug/ttmkfdir-debuginfo-3.0.9-16.1.ppc.rpm
f8cb894f2633a7d3dcbb78866ec5e142  x86_64/ttmkfdir-3.0.9-16.1.x86_64.rpm
22849ecbbba3adb43e8b6f812ff37e4d 
x86_64/debug/ttmkfdir-debuginfo-3.0.9-16.1.x86_64.rpm
75d2992518f3595967e20a6b4e6214c1  i386/ttmkfdir-3.0.9-16.1.i386.rpm
2b56641df1e65ff5fdb974533b982c7b  i386/debug/ttmkfdir-debuginfo-3.0.9-16.1.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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