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New Debian sparc Packages

These sparc packages were installed into the Debian hierarchy in the
last week:

----- !!! HIGH URGENCY PACKAGES !!! -----

tcsh 6.07.02-1.1 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/shells
tcsh       - An enhanced version of the Berkeley C shell.

----- MEDIUM Urgency Packages -----------

libreadline2-dev 2.0.1-2 -> 2.1-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/devel
bash-builtins 2.0-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/utils
libreadline2 2.0.1-2 -> 2.1-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/base
bash 1.14.7-2 -> 2.0-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/base
bash (2.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium
  * #include <sys/types.h> in general.h needed for alpha build (#7658)
  * Don't drop suid/sgid bits if invoked as sh (#7796)
  * Applied patch to fix time in for loop (#7436)
  * Split off bash-builtins with examples & necessary headers
  * Juggled libreadline2 documentation around (#7275)

debiandoc-sgml 1.0.6-1.2 -> 1.0.7 into bo/binary-all/text
debiandoc-sgml 1.0.6-1.2 -> 1.0.7 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/text
debiandoc-sgml (1.0.7) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
  * New maintainer.

kernel-package 3.21 -> 3.22 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.21 -> 3.22 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.22) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
  * Documented constraints on the debian revision field. This is important
     enough that I am reproducing the text of the admonition here.
     The revision number (the argument supplied after the --revision flag)
     has certain constraints: it may contain only alphanumerics and the
     characters + . (full stop, and plus) and should contain a digit.
     NOTE: No hyphens allowed. (Look at Chapter 5 of the Programmers manual
     for details)
     This is because dpkg imposes an ordering on version numbers, so that
     it can tell whether packages are being up or downgraded and so that
     dselect can tell whether a package it finds available is newer than
     the one installed on the system.

kernel-package 3.22 -> 3.23 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.22 -> 3.23 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.23) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
  * Fixed typos in rules for generating external modules

kernel-package 3.23 -> 3.24 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.23 -> 3.24 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.24) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
  * Fixed a bash 2.0 inconsistency

latex2html 96.1.h-1 -> 96.1.h-2 into bo/binary-all/tex
latex2html 96.1.h-1 -> 96.1.h-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/tex
latex2html (96.1.h-2) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
  * Replaced dependency on obsolete packages with tetex-bin.
  * Removed empty README.debian file.

pkg-order 0.03 -> 0.05 into project/experimental
pkg-order (0.05) experimental; urgency=medium
  * Major revamping of code. The emphasis was flexibility.
  * The results of the dependency checks are now persistent (stored with
    the package object), in a class by themselves.
  * The dependency checking is not independent of the ordering process,
    so that we may do dependency steps in one phase, print results and
    check errors in the next, and do ordering in yet another phase
  * Any number of ordering passes may be performed, so one may order using
    Pre-Depends, and then by Depends, and gather together all information
    in another, independent pass, and run tsort on the gathered data.
  * The results are sorted by Type (Pre-Depends, Depends, Conflicts,
    Recommends, and Suggests), and by action Category (Failed, Found, Warn,
    and Conflict). One may print, count, convert to string, byt Type and
    Category, and there are special Types All and Critical (you may set
    what the system thinks are critical type).
  * Now we take care to remember the package that provided the virtual
    package and use that in dependency ordering
  * The dependency checks can be run one type at a time
  * The ordering information maybe gathered one Type at a time (except for
    conflicts; IMHO it does not make sense to order by conflict)
  * The code is far ceaner than the last time; If you get the sources try
    ./debian/rules build;   make test
    to try out the test suite.
  * I ran out of creative energy when trying to rehash the user interface
    of the ordering tool (in this release the ordering tool is provided as
    an example or proof of concept, I concentrated on the underlying
    libraries). I could not come up with anything simple that could even
    begin to exploit all the flexibility i've been building in.

pkg-order 0.05 -> 0.06 into project/experimental
pkg-order (0.06) experimental; urgency=medium
  * Added method delete to the dependency list object
  * Added methods add and delete to the package list object
  * Fixed case where multiple providers of the same virtual package messed
    up ordering.
  * Removed mention of obsolete library depcheck from the tests as well.

qt-dev 1.1-2 -> 1.2-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-i386/devel
qt1 1.1-2 -> 1.2-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-i386/libs
qt-doc 1.1-2 -> 1.2-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/devel
qt1 (1.2-1) non-free; urgency=medium
  * new upstream version
  * bug8432 fixed: dependency on xlib6
  * New include dir is /usr/X11R6/include/qt (according to Xm, XmCxx, ...)
  * bug8449 fixed: (suggestion) symlink
        /usr/include/qt -> /usr/X11R6/include/qt  (shouldn't do
        to much harm)
  * bug8507/8184 fixed: symlink in example dir

----- Low Urgency Packages --------------

alien 3.1 -> 3.2 into bo/binary-all/admin
alien 3.1 -> 3.2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
alien 3.1 -> 3.2 into bo/binary-all/admin
alien 3.1 -> 3.2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
alien (3.2) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed bug that was preventing alien from figuring out the version number
    of a tar file. (#8284)
  * Man page fixes, related to #8284.
  * Fixed a bug, present since 3.0, which was messing up conffile detection.
  * Removed README.debian. (It just pointed users to the man page, which is
    rather pointless.)

alien 3.2 -> 4.00 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
alien (4.00) unstable; urgency=low
  * Added support for converting deb to rpm, based on the "martian" program
    by Randolph Chung <rc42@cornell.edu>.
  * Huge reorganization, rewrite, and code cleanup.
  * As a side effect of the above, alien can also convert tgz into rpm now.
  * Use rpm -qcp to list conffiles from rpm files.
  * Reworked how conffiles are found from tar files.
  * Removed --noinstall option, changed alien to default to not installing
    generated packages, added --install option to make it install packages.
  * Removed --nopatch/--auto option, and changed patch lookup behavior. See
    the man page for an explination of the new behavior.
  * Now Recommends: dpkg-dev and make and Suggests: patch
  * Dropped feature of making slackware package install scripts into
    postinst. If there is any demand, I'll try to work this back into the
  * Rewrote most of the man page.
  * Fixed the version number so there are two digets in the minor revision

alien 4.00 -> 4.1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
alien (4.1) unstable; urgency=low
  * If a package has underscores in it's name and is being converted to deb
    format, change the underscores to dashes. Thanks to
    Robert Coie <rac@mata.intrigue.com>
  * Strip out any other disallowed characters in package name when
    converting to deb.

alien 4.1 -> 4.2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
alien (4.2) unstable; urgency=low
  * When installing deb file, alien will use --no-force-overwrite
    The idea behind this is to make it difficult to trash your debian system
    by installing alien packages that overwrite files in it. This only works
    if you use alien --install, not if you install the resulting .deb file by
    hand. This is a temporary fix until dpkg has --force-overwrite turned
    off by default.

ash 0.2-1 -> 0.2-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/shells
ash (0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Initial Release under new packaging system.
  * set BSD, not SYSV in shell.h, so job control actually works.

auctex 9.7n-2 into bo/binary-all/tex
auctex 9.7n-1 -> 9.7n-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/tex
auctex (9.7n-2) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * fixed the postinst script

automake 1.0-1 -> 1.0-3 into bo/binary-all/devel
automake 1.0-1 -> 1.0-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/devel
automake (1.0-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * now in frozen and unstable

base-files 1.2.4 -> 1.3.0 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
base-files (1.3.0) unstable; urgency=low
  * Edit for Debian 1.3

base-files 1.3.0 -> 1.3.1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
base-files (1.3.1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Install nsswitch.cnf, required for libc 6 name service .

base-files 1.3.1 -> 1.3.2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
base-files (1.3.2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Remove /etc/issue.net -> /etc/issue symlink in the preinst if it

base-files 1.2.4 -> 1.3.3 into bo/binary-all/base
base-files 1.3.2 -> 1.3.3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
base-files (1.3.3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Add "frozen" to the distribution.

base-passwd 1.3.0 -> 1.3.1 into bo/binary-all/base
base-passwd 1.3.1 -> 1.3.1 into bo/binary-all/base
base-passwd 1.3.1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
base-passwd (1.3.1) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Added qmail uids/gid from Christian Hudon

boot-floppies 1.2.8 -> 1.2.10 into bo/binary-all/admin
boot-floppies 1.2.8 -> 1.2.10 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
boot-floppies (1.2.10) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * utilities/busybox/: dmesg added
  * dinstall: parsing /proc/hardware for m68k architecture
  * dinstall: fixed typo in extract_base
  * utilities/busybox/Makefile: derive *.o file names from *.c files
  * perl-base conflicts workaround (this may be removed later)

boot-floppies 1.2.10 -> 1.2.11 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
boot-floppies (1.2.11) unstable; urgency=low
  * typo/cleanup patch from Giuliano Procida <gpp10@cus.cam.ac.uk>
  * axp patch from Bdale Garbee <bdale@gag.com> partially integrated

boot-floppies 1.2.10 -> 1.2.12 into bo/binary-all/admin
boot-floppies 1.2.11 -> 1.2.12 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/admin
boot-floppies (1.2.12) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * find for busybox (solves problems with ash find)
  * dinstall: use this new find
  * busybox/chmod.c: chmod on multiple files works now (#7713)
  * dinstall: removed do_chmod workaround
  * prototype/etc/rc: added -n option to mount -o remount
  * busybox/update.c: glibc-specific include
  * busybox/dmseg.c: glibc-specific include
  * update release_notes automatically
  * scripts/rescue/f9.txt: line was too long
  * scripts/rescue/syslinux.cfg: corrected default for 1200KB disks
  * dinstall: require installed base before configuring base

bug 2.91 -> 2.92 into bo/binary-all/utils
bug 2.91 -> 2.92 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/utils
bug (2.92) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Changed way to get user's address.
  * Fixed bug when using the `-x' option (empty From: header).
  * Ops.. message tranlated to English (fixes #8260).

bug 2.92 -> 2.93 into bo/binary-all/utils
bug 2.92 -> 2.93 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/utils
bug (2.93) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Added '+' as a valid character for a the package name,
    fixes #8804 and #8285.

cweb-latex 1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2 into bo/binary-all/devel
cweb-latex 1.1.1-1 -> 1.1.1-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/devel
cweb-latex (1.1.1-2) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Corrected bad looking description formatting.

debmake 3.0.7 -> 3.2.7 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/utils
debmake (3.2.7) unstable; urgency=low
  * #8561 debstd inetd processing. Disable a service before installing
    another. Reenable other service on removal of package. Thanks to
    Tobias for telling me how to do it.

doc-iana 1997.03-1 -> 1997.04-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
doc-iana (1997.04-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Docs as of 1997-04-05

doc-linux 97.03-1 -> 97.04-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
doc-linux (97.04-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * include the file /usr/doc/HOWTO/index.html generated by make-howtoindex
  * added a dwww menu entry in /usr/lib/menu/doc-linux
  * changed post{inst,rm} to call update-menus if possible
  * HOWTOs that are new or updated since the last release in March:
    AX25 Access Assembly Commercial Consultants Cyrillic DNS DOS-to-Linux
    DOSEMU Danish Distribution Ftape German HAM HOWTO-INDEX INDEX IPX
    Installation Italian Keyboard-and-Console NET-3 NFS PCI PCMCIA PPP
    Printing-Usage Serial Sound-Playing UPS VAR VMS-to-Linux XFree86
  * mini-HOWTOs that are new or updated since the last release in March:
    CD-Writing DHCPd Dynamic-IP-Hacks INDEX IO-Port-Programming
    IP-Subnetworking Mail-Queue Man-Page Multiple-Disks-Layout Qmail+MH

dpkg-cross 0.1 -> 0.2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/utils
dpkg-cross (0.2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixes for packages using imake:
  * IMAKECPP is defined in the environment to $(ARCH)-linux-cpp, to pass
    correct architecture (via standard defines) to the imake templates.
  * USRLIBDIR is defined to $(CROSSLIB), otherwise libraries are not
    found or dependencies to them are wrong.
  * MANPATH is explicitly removed from the environment, because the same
    name is used in imake-generated Makefiles, and since we use make -e,
    the user's setting would override the standard definition, causing
    havoc when installing man pages :-)
  * Fixes for packages using GNU autoconf:
  * CONFIG_SITE is set to /etc/dpkg/cross-config.linux, which in turn
    includes an target-arch specific file. There, several values for
    configure are defined that cannot be determined in an cross compiling

dpkg-repack 0.5 -> 0.6 into project/experimental
dpkg-repack (0.6) experimental; urgency=low
  * Fixed problem with packaging dangling symlinks.
  * Fixed permissions files when creating directories.
  * Add Architecture: field to the control file.
  * Removed some debugging info that was left in by mistake.
  * Routine update of debian/rules:
    Run dpkg-gencontrol after debstd, and delete substvars during clean.

elib 1.0-1 -> 1.0-2 into bo/binary-all/editors
elib 1.0-1 -> 1.0-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/editors
elib (1.0-2) unstable frozen; urgency=low
  * Moved documentation to use the menu package, not dwww-index
  * Put startup stuff in /etc/emacs/site-start.d - priority 35, since other
    packages may need to depend on elib (cvs-pcl only at the moment)

emacs-czech 3.4-1 -> 3.5-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/editors
emacs-czech (3.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version.

fortune-mod 9510-3 -> 9510-4 into bo/binary-i386/games
fortune-mod 9510-3 -> 9510-4 into hamm/hamm/binary-i386/games
fortunes 9510-3 -> 9510-4 into bo/binary-all/games
fortunes 9510-3 -> 9510-4 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/games
fortune-mod (9510-4) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * fixed postinst script to display the default action
  * fixed manpage which had the wrong paths
  * fixed several cookie files

hyperlatex 1.4pl2-2 -> 1.4pl2-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/tex
hyperlatex (1.4pl2-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Removed absolute path specification in ps2gif (fixes bug #4071)
  * Depend on c-shell instead of tcsh (fixes bug #4770)

info 3.9-2 -> 3.9-4 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/doc
texinfo (3.9-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Patched info to work with cursor keys (fixes bug #889)

java-cup 0.10b-1 -> 0.10b-2 into hamm/contrib/binary-all/devel
java-cup (0.10b-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * New Maintainer

jdk-apidocs 1.0.2-1 -> 1.0.2-2 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/devel
jdk-apidocs (1.0.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * New Maintainer

kernel-source-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into bo/binary-all/devel
kernel-source-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/devel
kernel-image-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into bo/binary-i386/base
kernel-image-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into hamm/hamm/binary-i386/base
kernel-headers-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into bo/binary-all/devel
kernel-headers-2.0.29 3 -> 4 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/devel
kernel-source-2.0.29 (4) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * changed modules arrangement

kernel-package 3.19 -> 3.20 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.19 -> 3.20 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.20) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Could not reproduce BUG#8274, neither could the original reporter. I have
    made some changes in the postinst to allow leading whitespace in the
    user responses, and tested it on three different kernel-source
    versions.  I believe this bug is fixed now (I have 3 suitable boot
    floppies as evidence).
  * image postinst no longer aborts when the user gives up on formatting a
    floppy, but now offers a choice to proceed with a preformatted floppy.
  * Fixed spelling errors in kernel image postinst, fixing BUG#8409
  * Offer to user superformat if it exists.
  * Tested boot floppy creation.
  * Tested on 2.0.29, 2.1.29, and 2.1.30
  * Spell check the Problems file, mention setfdprm in there.
  * Mention setfdprm in postinst if fail to format floppy.
  * Fix a typo in code determining which floppy drive to use
  * Allow leading whitespace in responses
  * Added required packages to the README file.

kernel-package 3.20 -> 3.21 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.20 -> 3.21 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.21) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Tested source package creation for 2.1.30
  * set umask to copy the kernel source files untainted by package creators
  * set umask to copy the kernel header files untainted by package creators

kernel-package 3.24 -> 3.25 into bo/binary-all/misc
kernel-package 3.24 -> 3.25 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
kernel-package (3.25) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Added changes sent in by the kernel packages maintainer.

latex2html 96.1.h-2 -> 96.1.h-3 into bo/binary-all/tex
latex2html 96.1.h-2 -> 96.1.h-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/tex
latex2html (96.1.h-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * The following fix BUG#8536 and BUG#8537
  * Added the file README.debian.
  * Removed debstd from the rules file
  * Expanded the manual page to actually describe the options
  * Expanded the manual page to talk about iconserver locations
  * Expanded README to insert a table to help decide icon server values
  * The install test now edits the executable after asking the user, unless
    the force option has been used.
  * The install test now edits the executable script only when necesary
  * install-test now works for Debian.
  * New maintainer

lclint 2.1b-1 -> 2.2a-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-i386/devel
lclint-doc 2.2a-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/devel
lclint (2.2a-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Upstream Release
  * Upgrade to new package standards
  * New maintainer
  * lclint-doc is architecture independent; fixes #4630
  * lclint puts startup file in /etc/emacs/site-start.d; fixes #4322
  * lclint undocumented manpage link corrected; fixes #8417
  * lclint extended description corrected; fixes #4165
  * lclint is architecture independent; fixes #4171, #3944

lg-base 15-1 -> 16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-base (16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

lg-issue14 1-2 -> 1-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-issue14 (1-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Changes from issue #16.

lg-issue15 1-1 -> 1-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-issue15 (1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Changes from issue #16.

lg-issue15 1-2 -> 1-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-issue15 (1-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed table of contents.

lg-issue16 1-1 -> 1-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-issue16 (1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed table of contents.

manpages-fr 0.1-5 -> 0.1-6 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
manpages-fr (0.1-6) unstable; urgency=low
  * Added cfdisk.8 manpage.

manpages-fr 0.1-6 -> 0.2-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
manpages-fr (0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Upstream upgrade (translation on section 3 added + many other updates).

manpages 1.15-2 -> 1.15-3 into bo/binary-all/doc
manpages 1.15-2 -> 1.15-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
manpages (1.15-3) unstable frozen; urgency=low
  * No longer includes vcs(4). Fixes #8492.
  * Updated TODO file.
  * Added regex(7) and a link from regex(3). Fixes #7905.
  * proc(5) corrections. Fixes #8177.
  * Removed `passwd.5' since it's now included in `login' package.

manpages 1.15-3 -> 1.15-4 into bo/binary-all/doc
manpages 1.15-3 -> 1.15-4 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
manpages (1.15-4) unstable frozen; urgency=low
  * Added uncompressed undocumented(7) manpage.
  * Removed all manpages that linked to modules(2). Fixes #8218.

mime-support 2.11-1 -> 2.12-1 into bo/binary-all/net
mime-support 2.11-1 -> 2.12-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/net
mime-support (2.12-1) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * added more descriptive error for incorrectly formatted mailcap file
  * removed "test" hack added to help netscape (slowed lynx) (bug#7294)

miscfiles 1.0-1 -> 1.1-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/text
miscfiles (1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Removed debstd from rules file
  * new maintainer
  * New upstream source

modconf 0.2.2 -> 0.2.3 into bo/binary-all/base
modconf 0.2.2 -> 0.2.3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
modconf (0.2.3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * modconf: replaced `find' and basename call ( --source mounted is
             now used on the installation disks before loading base)

modconf 0.2.3 -> 0.2.5 into bo/binary-all/base
modconf 0.2.3 -> 0.2.5 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
modconf (0.2.5) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * descr.additional: entry for g_NCR5380 added
  * modconf: corrected return code handling in module_args
  * mkdescr.pl, modconf: added NoParams: flag for modules that cannot
    accept parameters (currently disabled)

modconf 0.2.5 -> 0.2.6 into bo/binary-all/base
modconf 0.2.5 -> 0.2.6 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/base
modconf (0.2.6) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * modconf: parse NoParams lines and ignore them
  * modconf: show only 12 characters of module name as module menu keys
  * modconf: shorter Exit menu text in order to avoid line wrap

octave 2.0.5-1 -> 2.0.5-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-i386/math
octave-doc 2.0.5-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/math
octave (2.0.5-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * rewrote debian/rules:
    - configure for dynamic loading, shared libs  and lite kernel which
      allows dynamic extension of the octave language via user provided
      C++ programs; examples are in /usr/doc/octave/examples
    - configure prefix /usr; install prefix debian/tmp/usr (fixes bug #8139)
    - configure for libs in /usr/lib/octave to avoid clashed
    - include upstream postscript docs
  * rewrote Description in debian/control:
  * changed Priority: to optional as per overrides file
  * changed Suggests: from info to virtual package info-browser
  * created new package octave-doc for postscript docs on octave
  * updated debian/copyright
  * new maintainer

picon-domains 97.02.21-1 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-domains (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-misc 97.01.07-2 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-misc (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-news 97.02.20-1 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-news (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-unknown 97.01.07-2 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-unknown (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-users 97.02.20-1 -> 97.04.04-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-users (97.04.04-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-users 97.04.04-1 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-users (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

picon-weather 97.01.07-3 -> 97.04.16-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
picon-weather (97.04.16-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.

pinepgp 1.11 -> 1.12 into hamm/contrib/binary-all/mail
pinepgp (1.12) unstable; urgency=low
  * All ~/ changed into /home/hakan/
  * If there excists a file ~/.autosign only recipents listed here will get signed mails.

pinepgp 1.12 -> 2.0 into hamm/contrib/binary-all/mail
pinepgp (2.0) unstable; urgency=low
  * Will now show even the part of the message that was not signed or encrypted
    (Fixes Bug#8553).
  * auto now should handle grep reqexps in the .auto* files

povray-manual 3.0.10-2 -> 3.0.10-3 into bo/binary-all/graphics
povray-manual 3.0.10-2 -> 3.0.10-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/graphics
povray-manual (3.0.10-3) unstable frozen; urgency=LOW
  * Documentation completed.

psgml 1a12-1 -> 1.0.1-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/text
psgml (1.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream Source
  * Excerpted changes:
        * psgml-parse.el (sgml-modify-dtd): set sgml-current-tree to
          sgml-top-tree. Needed by sgml-open-element.
        * psgml.el (sgml-mode): modify mode-line-format with subst, don't
          replicate the whole format in the code.
        * psgml-parse.el (sgml-external-file): Try to find system
          identifiers using the sgml-public-map
          if sgml-system-identifiers-are-preferred; this way that flag will
          have effect even if the sgml-public-map contains `%s'.
          (sgml-final): moved to be defined before use.
        * psgml-dtd.el (sgml-parse-parameter-literal): Try to handle
          character references to character number above 255 by leaving a
          character reference in then parsed entity text.
        * psgml-other.el (sgml-set-face-for): Nullify
          {after,before}-change-functions as well as (obsolete)

sgml-data 0.01 -> 0.02 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/text
sgml-data (0.02) unstable; urgency=low
  * Added DOCTYPE linuxdoc to the sgml.catalog

sgmlspm 1.03ii-2 -> 1.03ii-3 into bo/binary-all/text
sgmlspm 1.03ii-2 -> 1.03ii-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/text
sgmlspm (1.03ii-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Updated Standards-Version to
  * New maintainer.

signify 1.02-1 -> 1.02-3 into bo/binary-all/mail
signify 1.02-1 -> 1.02-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/mail
signify (1.02-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed typo in package description <sigh>

sysvinit 2.69-1 -> 2.70-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/base
sysvinit (2.70-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * small fix for postinst (Bug#5866)
  * Respawn fix
  * Removed StUdLy CaPs from source code
  * Moved files in source archive around
  * Moved mdadd in "boot" script to get called after module loading
  * Fixes for glibc (utmp handling, signal handling).
  * Fixed '-d' option to last (now also works without '-a').
  * Added extra checking in last.c to prevent showing dead entries

vim 4.5-5 -> 4.6-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/editors
vim (4.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version (fixes #8674)
  * Enabled right-to-left support

vm 6.22-1 -> 6.27-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/mail
vm (6.27-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream Source
  * excerpted changes:
      * vm-mime-rewrite-failed-button: add newline to displayed error
      * vm-menu-goto-event: use event-closest-point instead of
        event-point so that we get locality of point when a click
        occurs over a glyph (XEmacs only).
      * vm-mime-display-button-xxxx: say "attempt to display" instead of
        "display", as the button doesn't know if there is a functional
        display function for the type.
      * vm-mime-xemacs-encode-composition: dropped calls to
        encode-coding-region for now.  They were screwing up marker
      * vm-mime-xemacs-encode-composition: protect value of
        file-coding-system from changes when inserting attachment file
      * vm-mime-display-internal-text/html: don't call w3-region if it
        isn't bound, just set error string and return nil.
      * vm-thread-mark-for-summary-update: don't mark if vm-thread-list-of
        slot is nil; use nil in this slot to mean we've already marked
        this message.
      * added missing application/octet-stream button display function.
      * Shapiro typo fixes
      * copied vm-note-emacs-version to vm-menu.el so that it is
        available at load time for use there.
      * converted mona stamps to XPMs as XEmacs can't display the GIF versions.
      * vm-mime-transfer-encode-layout: mark encoding in transfer
        encoded leaves, forgot this previously (oops).
      * default value of vm-mime-ignore-mime-version now t.
      * restored vm-xemacs-p, vm-xemacs-mule-p and vm-fsfemacs-19-p
        function to avoid breaking third party code that rely on them
        being present (sigh).
      * dropped vm-mime-attach-mime-file from the vm-mail-mode keymap and
      * vm-show-list: binding to button release events in XEmacs didn't
        work.  Should probably use mouse-track hooks instead of binding
        keys but until we do that go back to binding button press events.
      * vm-mouse-get-mouse-track-string: check whether we're running
        Emacs/XEmacs rather than whether functions are defined to avoid
        using the wrong overlay/extent interface.
      * initialize mail-default-reply-to from REPLYTO environmental
        variable if value is nil (used to be if value is t).
      * vm: moved call to vm-preview-current-message after the summary
        generatation/display code.  The summary might completely
        obscure the view of the message buffer, so previewing should
        occur after that so that vm-show-current-message knows whether
        the message was visible and therefore also knows whether to
        mark the message as read.
      * vm-keep-mail-buffer: don't kill a buffer if it marked as
        modified, even if the number of `kept' messages would be
        exceeeded by keeping it.  Presumably if a buffer is modified
        the user has resumed composing in it and so we should not delete
      * added vm-mouse-send-url-to-netscape-new-window and
        vm-mouse-send-url-to-mosaic-new-window functions for use as
        values of vm-url-browser.
      * dropped use of vm-check-for-killed-folder in menubar and
        toolbar enabled-p functions.  We wrap troublesome calls to
        vm-select-folder-buffer in (condition-case ...) now to avoid a
        "Folder has been killed" error from hosing the toolbar/mnunebar
        and XEmacs permanently.
      * don't use application/octet-stream's button function for all
        application subtypes.  Added a separate function to be used for
        subtypes other than octet-stream.
      * vm-mime-attach-object: if type is nil, use text/plain as the
        type when calling vm-mime-set-extent-glyph-for-type.
      * don't fold content-disposition headers if
        vm-mime-avoid-folding-content-type is non-nil.
      * don't add an extra newline after the unfolded content-type of the
        last text subpart.
      * vm-mime-preview-composition: remove mail header separator after
        the message is encoded since the encoder won't work without it.
      * default value of vm-mime-avoid-folding-content-type now t due
        to pervasive broken Solaris sendmail installations that mangle
        the headers of messages with folded Content- headers.
      * vm-mime-make-multipart-boundary: shortened multipart boundaries to
        avoid long header lines when vm-mime-avoid-folding-content-type is
      * include the missing audio_stamp images in the distribution.
      * set version variables at startup and refer to them rather than
        calling vm-xemacs-p, etc. repeatedly.
      * vm-summary-highlight-region: overlays and extents aren't
        interchangable in this context, so behave based on Emacs/XEmacs
        version to avoid any overlay/extent emulations, and also to
        avoid having make-overlay's sudden appearance give us
      * don't fset vm-extent-property, vm-make-extent, etc. unless they
        are undefined.  This is to avoid changing their definition in
        the middle of an Emacs session and thereby mixing usage the
        overlay/extent interfaces.
      * vm-mime-set-extent-glyph-for-layout: fixed reversed colorfulness
      * vm-mime-set-extent-glyph-for-type: mona_stamp is a GIF not an XPM.
      * more overlay/extent interface cleanup.
      * reenabled internal text/html code.
      * vm-yank-message: decode text/html and text/enriched in the
        composition buffer.
      * attach image glyphs to attachment tags in composition buffers
        (XEmacs only).
      * print a warning and continue if x-vm- header seems corrupted.
        old behavior was to just croak an error and wedge the mailer.
      * vm-print-message: default count to 1 if passed no arguments.
      * default value of vm-honor-mime-content-disposition now t.
      * Makefile: default VM build type is now back to `autoload'.
      * vm-rfc1153-or-rfc934-burst-message: use point instead of
        (match-end 0) when deleting the message separator.
      * vm-rfc1153-or-rfc934-burst-message: trim excessive newlines
        only after we know that we are looking at a valid message separator.
      * vm-su-message-id: discard chaff preceding message ID.
      * vm-mime-fragment-composition: 'send -> '8bit to match
        documentation of vm-mime-8bit-text-transfer-encoding.
      * vm-mime-fragment-composition: call vm-add-mail-mode-header-separator
        at the end so the buffer could be sent again.
      * vm-mime-preview-composition: call vm-remove-mail-mode-header-separator.
      * avoid starting new timers if old timers are still active (FSF
        Emacs only).
      * vm-mime-encode-composition: split code into FSF Emacs and
        XEmacs functions.  This should avoid mixing usage of the extent
        and overlay interfaces, which loses with Nuspl's overlay.el
      * default vm-temp-file-directory to C:\ if /tmp is not a directory
        and C:\ is.
      * use insert-file-contents instead of insert-file-contents-literally
        when inserting MIME attachments into compositions when encoding.
      * if vm-auto-displayed-mime-content-types or Content-Disposition
        says to display message/rfc822 or message/news inline and
        immediately display them as text/plain.  If displaying them due
        to button activation, use a folder instead.
      * use different menu for mailto: URLs since the old one didn't
        really do what it advertised, i.e. didn't allow mailto URLs to
        be send to other browsers.
      * added reduced color MIME art for 8-bit displays that used to only be
        used with displays with 16-bit or better displays.
      * cache MIME art image glyphs for reuse to save load time.
      * wrap calls to timezone-make-date-sortable in (condition-case ...)
        to avoid crashing on bad dates.
      * gave up on using frame-totally-visible-p since it is still
        broken in 19.15.

----- New Packages ----------------------

arabtex 3.04-0 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/tex
arabtex    - Arabic/Hebrew macros for TeX/LaTeX

auctex 9.7n-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/tex
auctex     - An integrated environment for writing TeX/LaTeX documents.

cbb 0.72-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/misc
cbb        - The Check-Book Balancer - a Quicken clone

doc-linux-es 97.03-1 into bo/binary-all/doc
doc-linux-es 97.03-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
doc-linux-es - Linux documents in Spanish.

doc-rfc 1997.04-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
doc-rfc    - Important RFCs

file 3.20.1-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/utils
file       - Determines file type using "magic" numbers

javalex 1.1.5-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/devel
javalex    - A Lex style analyser for java.

lambdamoo-docs 1.8.0p5-2 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/net
lambdamoo-docs - LambdaMOO user and programmer manuals

lg-issue16 1-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
lg-issue16 - Issue 16 April, 1997 of Linux Gazette

mysql-manual 0.80-1 into hamm/contrib/binary-all/devel
mysql-manual - MySQL Manual in HTML format

ncftp 2.4.2-1 into hamm/non-free/binary-sparc/net
ncftp      - A user-friendly and full-featured FTP client.

octave-ci 97.02-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/math
octave-ci  - Contributed functions for the GNU Octave language

pine-docs 1997.03.25 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/mail
pine-docs  - Pine user guide and getting started.

quake-lib 1.06-2 into non-free/binary-all
quake-lib 1.06-2 into hamm/non-free/binary-all/games
quake-lib  - shareware episode 1 for Quake.

sudo 1.5.2-1 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/admin
sudo       - Provides limited super user privileges to specific users.

tkinfo 1.3-3 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/doc
tkinfo     - tk/tcl info browser

vim 4.5-5 into hamm/hamm/binary-sparc/editors
vim        - Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor

xemacs19 19.15 into hamm/hamm/binary-i386/editors
xemacs19-support 19.15 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/editors
xemacs19-supportel 19.15 into hamm/hamm/binary-all/editors
xemacs19   - XEmacs 19.15
xemacs19-support - Support files for XEmacs 19.15.
xemacs19-supportel - el library files for XEmacs 19.15.

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