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Fedora Extras 5 update: dia-0.95-3 Print E-mail
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Fedora This update fixes CVE-2006-1550, CVE-2006-2453, CVE-2006-2480.
Fedora Update Notification
Product:        Fedora Extras 5
Name:           dia
Version:        0.95
Release:        3
Summary:        Diagram drawing program
The Dia drawing program is designed to be like the Windows(TM) Visio
program.  Dia can be used to draw different types of diagrams, and
includes support for UML static structure diagrams (class diagrams),
entity relationship modeling, and network diagrams.  Dia can load and
save diagrams to a custom file format, can load and save in .xml format,
and can export to PostScript(TM).

Update Information:
This update fixes CVE-2006-1550, CVE-2006-2453, CVE-2006-2480
* Tue May 23 2006 Hans de Goede  1:0.95-3
- Fix CVE-2006-2453.

* Sat May 20 2006 Hans de Goede  1:0.95-2
- Fix CVE-2006-2480 (bz 192535, 192538).

* Tue Apr 25 2006 Hans de Goede  1:0.95-1
- New upstream version 0.95 (final)
- Cleanup spec even more, correctly install the desktop file and icons,
   drop unneeded scrollkeeper-update in scripts (bz 189756)

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

Hans de Goede

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