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|Name: cudf-tools||Distribution: Mageia|
|Version: 0.5.99||Vendor: Mageia.Org|
|Release: 1.mga1||Build date: Tue Apr 12 12:09:43 2011|
|Group: Development/Other||Build host: jonund|
|Size: 664828||Source RPM: cudf-0.5.99-1.mga1.src.rpm|
|Packager: Mageia Team <http://www.mageia.org>|
|Summary: CUDF (Common Upgradeability Description Format) command-line tools|
CUDF (for Common Upgradeability Description Format) is a format for describing upgrade scenarios in package-based Free and Open Source Software distribution. libCUDF is a library to manipulate so called CUDF documents. A CUDF document describe an upgrade problem, as faced by package managers in popular package-based GNU/Linux distributions. This package contains command line tools to manipulate CUDF and related documents. In particular it contains cudf-check, which enables checking of document properties such as installation consistency and matching of problems with their solutions.
* Tue Apr 12 2011 ennael <ennael> 0.5.99-1.mga1 + Revision: 83665 - fix release tag - imported package cudf * Thu Apr 07 2011 Per Ã˜yvind Karlsen <email@example.com> 0.5.99-1 + Revision: 651784 - add glib2-devel to buildrequires - add ncurses-devel to buildrequires - imported package cudf * Thu Apr 07 2011 Per Ã˜yvind Karlsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 0.5.99-1 - first mandriva release * Tue Dec 22 2009 Stefano Zacchiroli <email@example.com> - use default rpm installation paths (in particular, /usr/lib64 on x86_64) * Sat Dec 19 2009 Stefano Zacchiroli <firstname.lastname@example.org> - various adjustments (deps, description, native code, ...) * Fri Dec 18 2009 Jeff Johnson <email@example.com> - create.
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