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Uploaded dictd 1.5.5-5 (m68k) to erlangen

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Format: 1.7
Date: Mon,  4 Feb 2002 18:16:22 -0500
Source: dictd
Binary: dictd dict
Architecture: m68k
Version: 1.5.5-5
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian/m68k Build Daemon <buildd@kullervo.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de>
Changed-By: Robert D. Hilliard <hilliard@debian.org>
 dict       - Dictionary Client
 dictd      - Dictionary Server
Closes: 62998 113479 131195
 dictd (1.5.5-5) unstable; urgency=low
   * Removed --html option from dict.c help message
     closes: #113479
   * Made numerous corrections and clarifications to dictd.8, including
     conforming option documentation to the code.  Added a note about the
     include keyword and the Debian dictdconfig script, which partially
     addresses, but doesn't close Bug #104096.
   * Made dictd informative messages (-h, -L and -V) display on stdout
     instead of stderr, while still using stderr for error messages.
   * Modified preinst to add user dictd if it doesn't already exist.
     Patched dictd.c to run as user dictd if that user is present on the
     system, and as user nobody otherwise.
   * Created an option (--facility) to permit the user to choose which
     syslog logging facility dictd should use.
   * Included a patch by Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> to permit dictd to be
     started by inetd; included README.inetd.gz explaining use of dictd with
     inetd.  Thanks, Joey.
     closes: #62998
   * Removed spurious character (`1') from dictd prerm.
     closes: #131195
   * Included virtual packages dict-client and dict-server in dependency
   * Removed -Wwrite-strings from WCFLAGS in configure script.  This
     removes this flag from XTRACFLAGS in Makefile and avoids 70 compiler
     warnings caused by libc6-dev Bug #111767.
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