Fedora 7 Update: emacs-vm-

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Wed Jun 27 03:52:07 UTC 2007

Fedora Update Notification
2007-06-26 20:52:05.093980

Name        : emacs-vm
Product     : Fedora 7
Version     :
Release     : 2.fc7
Summary     : Emacs VM mailreader
Description :
VM (View Mail) is an Emacs subsystem that allows UNIX mail to be read
and disposed of within Emacs.  Commands exist to do the normal things
expected of a mail user agent, such as generating replies, saving
messages to folders, deleting messages and so on.  There are other
more advanced commands that do tasks like bursting and creating
digests, message forwarding, and organizing message presentation
according to various criteria.

Update Information:

Fix executeable bit for files under /usr/bin (BZ #245740)

* Tue Jun 26 2007 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> -
- Ensure files in /usr/bin have exec bit set properly (BZ #245740)
* Tue Jun 19 2007 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> -
- Update to version 8.0.0 devo 453 which removes the need for thr vmrf patch
- No longer need to bundle vcard stuff as that is included upstream
- Spec file cleanups
- No longer use separate pixmaps

  [ 1 ] Bug #245740
Updated packages:

cf4f4f7ebfa9337de4c89142865c4b9b029543ba emacs-vm-el-
cbcf1e48c46aa291090412d0c8d21ae1b711abd8 emacs-vm-
23a06b31ce2aaf4247430ad224f1f56aa8bdde83 emacs-vm-debuginfo-
f5023413a805db0cc9b4aedcce07c28a7ae93a4c emacs-vm-el-
a900eb9b806e79a6c106489770a1fdef7ffd0ec5 emacs-vm-
729afbda973c31f27a993510af8fbff5c2dd55da emacs-vm-debuginfo-
dbb2145aee349260ffd76477e089c9d586cb0a7f emacs-vm-debuginfo-
fb6c84c381ac48e43bc882c1343032f773bf323c emacs-vm-
aebe16f5cbb34ccf86517b4b2122a269e7fc974d emacs-vm-el-
c63cd44d5c321bc027c7121732bfe883a2faa2d6 emacs-vm-
a29009c9146c3c36db219332d3bbead4730f02bf emacs-vm-el-
fddae453938c41c61d77f0c6b736da4542019279 emacs-vm-debuginfo-
0879eecf12a6591790e14d8558fb16066edfbadd emacs-vm-

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://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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