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--- perl-DBD-CSV/perl-DBD-CSV.changes   2011-04-01 09:53:25.000000000 +0200
+++ /mounts/work_src_done/STABLE/perl-DBD-CSV/perl-DBD-CSV.changes      
2011-04-06 09:55:44.000000000 +0200
@@ -1,0 +2,5 @@
+Wed Apr  6 07:55:36 UTC 2011 - co...@novell.com
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+- shorten description
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------------

calling whatdependson for head-i586


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++++++ perl-DBD-CSV.spec ++++++
--- /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.RseeQ5/_old  2011-04-06 10:59:03.000000000 +0200
+++ /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.RseeQ5/_new  2011-04-06 10:59:03.000000000 +0200
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
 
 Name:           perl-DBD-CSV
 Version:        0.31
-Release:        3
+Release:        5
 License:        GPL+ or Artistic
 %define cpan_name DBD-CSV
 Summary:        DBI driver for CSV files
@@ -55,89 +55,6 @@
 details on SQL::Statement and the DBD::File manpage for details on the base
 class DBD::File.
 
-Prerequisites
-    The only system dependent feature that DBD::File uses, is the 'flock
-    ()' function. Thus the module should run (in theory) on any system with
-    a working 'flock ()', in particular on all Unix machines and on Windows
-    NT. Under Windows 95 and MacOS the use of 'flock ()' is disabled, thus
-    the module should still be usable.
-
-    Unlike other DBI drivers, you don't need an external SQL engine or a
-    running server. All you need are the following Perl modules, available
-    from any CPAN mirror, for example
-
-      http://search.cpan.org/
-
-    * DBI
-
-      The DBI (Database independent interface for Perl), version 1.00 or a
-      later release
-
-    * DBD::File
-
-      This is the base class for DBD::CSV, and it is part of the DBI
-      distribution. As DBD::CSV requires version 0.38 or newer for
-      DBD::File it effectively requires DBI version 1.611 or newer.
-
-    * SQL::Statement
-
-      A simple SQL engine. This module defines all of the SQL syntax for
-      DBD::CSV, new SQL support is added with each release so you should
-      look for updates to SQL::Statement regularly.
-
-      It is possible to run 'DBD::CSV' without this module if you define
-      the environment variable '$DBI_SQL_NANO' to 1. This will reduce the
-      SQL support a lot though. See the DBI::SQL::Nano manpage for more
-      details. Note that the test suite does not test in this mode!
-
-    * Text::CSV_XS
-
-      This module is used for writing rows to or reading rows from CSV
-      files.
-
-Installation
-    Installing this module (and the prerequisites from above) is quite
-    simple. The simplest way is to install the bundle:
-
-        $ cpan Bundle::CSV
-
-    Alternatively, you can name them all
-
-        $ cpan Text::CSV_XS DBI DBD::CSV
-
-    or even trust 'cpan' to resolve all dependencies for you:
-
-        $ cpan DBD::CSV
-
-    If you cannot, for whatever reason, use cpan, fetch all modules from
-    CPAN, and build with a sequence like:
-
-        gzip -d < DBD-CSV-0.28.tgz | tar xf -
-
-    (this is for Unix users, Windows users would prefer WinZip or something
-    similar) and then enter the following:
-
-        cd DBD-CSV-0.28
-        perl Makefile.PL
-        make test
-
-    If any tests fail, let us know. Otherwise go on with
-
-        make install UNINST=1
-
-    Note that you almost definitely need root or administrator permissions.
-    If you don't have them, read the ExtUtils::MakeMaker man page for
-    details on installing in your own directories. the ExtUtils::MakeMaker
-    manpage.
-
-Supported SQL Syntax
-    All SQL processing for DBD::CSV is done by the the SQL::Statement
-    manpage module. Features include joins, aliases, built-in and
-    user-defined functions, and more. See the SQL::Statement::Syntax
-    manpage for a description of the SQL syntax supported in DBD::CSV.
-
-    Table names are case insensitive unless quoted.
-
 %prep
 %setup -q -n %{cpan_name}-%{version}
 %patch0 -p1


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