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libxcb-icccm4-32bit-0.4.1-1.24 RPM for x86_64

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Name: libxcb-icccm4-32bit Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 0.4.1 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 1.24 Build date: Fri May 25 22:09:11 2018
Group: System/Libraries Build host: sheep10
Size: 21908 Source RPM: xcb-util-wm-0.4.1-1.24.src.rpm
Summary: XCB utility module for client- and WM-side ICCCM helpers
The XCB util modules provide a number of libraries which sit on top
of libxcb, the core X protocol library, and some of the extension

Included in this package is:

- icccm: Both client and window-manager helpers for ICCCM.






* Tue Feb 21 2017
  - List baselibs.conf as source.
* Thu Feb 09 2017
  - Explicitly BuildRequire m4
* Fri Feb 21 2014
  - Update to version 0.4.1:
    + Xcb-proto should have never been required as xcb provides the
    + Do not distribute ewmh C source file as they are generated with
    + config: replace deprecated use of AC_OUTPUT with
    + config: use AC_CONFIG_HEADERS to create a config.h file.
    + make: implement the silent rules for m4 generated files.
    + make: compile the library with standard xorg warning flags.
    + Bump required xorg-macros version to >= 1.16.0.
  - Drop pkgconfig(xcb-proto) BuildRequires: No longer needed.
* Thu Jan 30 2014
  - update to version 0.4.0; changes since 0.3.9:
    + Even though EWMH spec does not mandate window to be set, some
      WM expect it to be set.
    + Check submodules before running autoconf.
* Sun Feb 17 2013
  - Use more robust make install call
* Mon Jun 18 2012
  - Update baselibs.conf after soname bump that lead to libxcb-ewmh1
    being now libxcb-ewmh2.
* Thu May 31 2012
  - update to version 0.3.9
    * Replacing c++ class keyword in interface header.
    * Fix incomplete implementation of _NET_SUPPORTING_WM_CHECK.
* Wed Mar 21 2012
  - Initial package



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