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Uploaded zope 2.1.3-1 (powerpc) to samosa


Format: 1.6
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 09:54:20 +0100
Source: zope
Binary: zope
Architecture: powerpc
Version: 2.1.3-1
Distribution: frozen unstable
Urgency: high
Maintainer: PowerPC Build Daemon/Daniel Jacobowitz <buildd@them.org>
 zope       - The Z Object Publishing Environment
Closes: 46015 54917
 zope (2.1.3-1) frozen unstable; urgency=high
   * IMPORTANT CHANGE: Changed the default port to 9673. The former default,
     8080, conflicted with proxy servers like squid, wwwoffle etc.
     (closes: #46015).
     ZServer now by default starts its HTTP server on port 9673, use
     http://localhost:9673 to access it. The FTP server is started on port
     8021, the control monitor on port 8099. To change this, refer to
     To the archive maintainer: This should solve many installation problems
     that were not recorded in the BTS. Upgrading from a previous release,
     the user will be warned!
   * Also reflected this in the documentation. Added a section "Differences to
     upstream" to README.Debian and mention the directory structure in
     /var/lib/zope (closes: #54917).
   * New upstream version, which is only a bug fix release. 2.1.3 fixes one
     grave bug, where the database was corrupted when the administrator tried
     to pack it (closes: grave #56164, closes: important #56271).
     The only changes in 2.1.3 are the following things, there is no new code
     nor new features:
     - A race condition in the logic for managing Zope database connections
       caused Zope to hang on very busy sites.
     - A bug in the packing code that caused records to be nreadable after:
         o  someone did work in a version
         o  Someone did an (unrelated) undo
         o  the version was committed
       and the database was packed to a time before the work was done in the
     - Fixed a bug that caused packing to raise an
       error in the following situation:
         o someone modifies and then deletes an object in a version.
         o they commit the version
         o the database is packed between the time the object is deleted and
           the time the version is committed.
     - Fixed a bug that caused Zope to sometimes hang instead of shutting
       down or restarting when accessed over a fast network.
     - It wasn't possible to use a ZClass instance as a method of a ZClass.
 c937dde121c9d99e4fb7f78116b69647 1157430 web optional zope_2.1.3-1_powerpc.deb

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