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Fedora Core 4 Update: qt-3.3.4-15.4 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     : 15.4                  
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.


* Mon Aug 22 2005 Than Ngo  1:3.3.4-15.4
- apply upstream patch to fix kmail folder selector #166430

* Mon Aug 15 2005 Than Ngo  1:3.3.4-15.3
- fix gcc4 build problem

* Wed Aug 10 2005 Than Ngo  1:3.3.4-15.2
- apply patch to fix wrong K menu width, #165510
- apply patch to fix German translation of the Qt Assistent #161558

This update can be downloaded from:

997a86a73ad728e02515ad50e6d7f5ed  SRPMS/qt-3.3.4-15.4.src.rpm
e1862861d7e3f65e898dc737e757c877  ppc/qt-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
3a5964ce42b428f8d3ae5d85c44c5cf9  ppc/qt-config-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
32aa7fbdc779047d1fe73f5b193b2738  ppc/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
8b67e061c73e935b61b3c6629676fe60  ppc/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
f46b5f2de75fed72ece9cc93abdcf466  ppc/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
c264132874f50c49a2627fae7d31a9c6  ppc/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
0c81600dd52bca6f4a45b80b4cda3089  ppc/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
9b4be47448820ec5a7ff4e2eee64dfee  ppc/debug/qt-debuginfo-3.3.4-15.4.ppc.rpm
eeff68c78877a686f873c76f3d9bc1b3  ppc/qt-3.3.4-15.4.ppc64.rpm
19a8f1fe9d0c61e1bb13ab1d9d4c1eca  x86_64/qt-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
046c892794d12deaffac965486d0f4da  x86_64/qt-config-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
87eebf32087b168844eb137eb3bfcbca  x86_64/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
bb1114f0d4b6a5202b8eeb88114600ee  x86_64/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
d7db9be81ec83c04012f0ab5ab9615a5  x86_64/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
a4dfe606db75568ab19b0c98dc7e5254  x86_64/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
b9f4fd7f2677547fb1627e8b78192b2a  x86_64/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
d3388c2871072d699e8a3f943931c923  x86_64/debug/qt-debuginfo-3.3.4-15.4.x86_64.rpm
a93c5cc75361705606f6023f28ae3a84  x86_64/qt-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
a93c5cc75361705606f6023f28ae3a84  i386/qt-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
d2d43e7fb1e29a26ddf63c32b54c66d5  i386/qt-config-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
9e30d37b81dc5cb4ef6c67638c67078e  i386/qt-devel-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
778f4a08b7f78959b2f06768660b5aea  i386/qt-ODBC-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
1f590f6c683ac6c99dd5c90e69597cb5  i386/qt-MySQL-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
ff19fb8429406b94328a614dcc5393d7  i386/qt-PostgreSQL-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
0a023fe3a3c8167145bee139bf0d7ef8  i386/qt-designer-3.3.4-15.4.i386.rpm
94b74558e60c12ddf9cd467e8df8b3a3  i386/debug/qt-debuginfo-3.3.4-15.4.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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