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Fedora Core 5 Update: scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5 Print E-mail
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Fedora This update fixes broken libtool linking of libs to be against libstdc++so7.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2006-709
2006-06-13
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Product     : Fedora Core 5
Name        : scim
Version     : 1.4.4
Release     : 9.4.fc5
Summary     : Smart Common Input Method platform
Description :
SCIM is a user friendly and full featured input method user interface and
also a development platform to make life easier for Input Method developers.

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Update Information:

This update fixes broken libtool linking of libs to be
against libstdc++so7.
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* Tue Jun 13 2006 Jens Petersen  - 1.4.4-9.4.fc5
- update libtool tweak for libsrdc++so7 to handle gcc-4.1.x (#194935)
* Tue Jun  6 2006 Jens Petersen  - 1.4.4-9.3.fc5
- obsolete scim-qtimm to avoid KDE apps crashing (#192471)

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This update can be downloaded from:
    http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/5/

88ff7eb43cbb333dd7c807b0d2f0f3970c254923  SRPMS/scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.src.rpm
88ff7eb43cbb333dd7c807b0d2f0f3970c254923  noarch/scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.src.rpm
8c64f295ecd01cac7f4a474df75bdda6e5fb3133  ppc/debug/scim-debuginfo-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc.rpm
287877577d1128b2ef91f5775341f4c4b973cd7f  ppc/scim-devel-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc.rpm
39dd57766a551fb57b968421fa7b8d15ee445110  ppc/scim-libs-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc.rpm
e2da74a1e98b3e86902c1a44d4426068fbfb223b  ppc/scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc.rpm
31b1ccd8e0aba26151ea93af197036abc2e20a21  ppc/scim-doc-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc.rpm
e2b4e24ce2066a105d81240c3924fa179d3a2297  ppc/scim-libs-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.ppc64.rpm
9843445e8475427463200400a28c4b67bf71ded5  x86_64/scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.x86_64.rpm
27a4a7d03ca9dd509c3a50ce35e411bbbef4ebda  x86_64/debug/scim-debuginfo-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.x86_64.rpm
d030a67181e37fdf124ccf2fcddaeaa3c59cc8da  x86_64/scim-libs-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.x86_64.rpm
98a692b99ad7842bdd884ec495c00755ccfea3c7  x86_64/scim-devel-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.x86_64.rpm
3f2e98c5112d3c9d3b7637fb86a85468e19d55d3  x86_64/scim-doc-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.x86_64.rpm
1cf2fdb453c0eaa33bdfa4b4cb45b28812883b09  i386/scim-doc-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.i386.rpm
b40571b972d2f9d8bbd131db2b124dc716c543bd  i386/debug/scim-debuginfo-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.i386.rpm
0e54f095958a9cc22ad80c0c800a058937a3a770  i386/scim-libs-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.i386.rpm
a068fe9ca31666c24506708c50d3d7853faf806e  i386/scim-devel-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.i386.rpm
86b9ca46f0e601009f832547a06641993e8a6a6d  i386/scim-1.4.4-9.4.fc5.i386.rpm

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 http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.
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