Fedora Update Notification
2009-07-15 20:00:32

Name        : deluge
Product     : Fedora 11
Version     : 1.1.9
Release     : 2.fc11
URL         : http://deluge-torrent.org/
Summary     : A GTK+ BitTorrent client with support for DHT, UPnP, and PEX
Description :
Deluge is a new BitTorrent client, created using Python and GTK+. It is
intended to bring a native, full-featured client to Linux GTK+ desktop
environments such as GNOME and XFCE. It supports features such as DHT
(Distributed Hash Tables), PEX (ĀµTorrent-compatible Peer Exchange), and UPnP
(Universal Plug-n-Play) that allow one to more easily share BitTorrent data
even from behind a router with virtually zero configuration of port-forwarding.

Update Information:

This update fixes an issue in the previous release with an undefined macro in
the rb_libtorrent-python dependency.

* Wed Jul  8 2009 Peter Gordon <pe...@thecodergeek.com> - 1.1.9-2
- Fixed rb_libtorrent-python dependency, so as not to use the
  %min_rblibtorrent_ver macro any more (#510264).
* Wed Jun 17 2009 Peter Gordon <pe...@thecodergeek.com> - 1.1.9-1
- Update to new upstream bug-fix release (1.1.9).
- Do not hard-code minimum rb_libtorrent version. (We're only building against
  the system rb_libtorrent for Fedora 11+, which already has the necessary
- Adds dependency on chardet for fixing lots of bugs with torrents
  which are not encoded as UTF-8.
- Add back the flags, in an optional -flags subpackage as per the new Flags
  policy (Package_Maintainers_Flags_Policy on the wiki).
- Add LICENSE and README to installed documentation.
* Sat May  2 2009 Peter Gordon <pe...@thecodergeek.com> - 1.1.7-1.1
- Update to new upstream bug-fix release (1.1.7).
- Slight release bump to fix CVS tag.

  [ 1 ] Bug #510264 - package has versioned dependency using an undefined macro

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update deluge' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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