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qca, quassel, cmake, doxygen, poppler, libxml2, libxslt, hunspell

Tuesday February 18, 2020  By: Silvan Scherrer

qca, quassel, cmake, doxygen, poppler, libxml2, libxslt, hunspell
We released version 2.2.1-1 of qca (Qt Cryptographic Architecture), version 0.14-1.pre of quassel (A modern distributed IRC system), version 3.15.3-1 of cmake (Cross-platform make system), version 1.8.17-1 of doxygen (A documentation system for C/C++), version 0.84.0-1 of poppler (PDF rendering library), version 2.9.9-2 or libxml2 (Library providing XML and HTML support), version 1.1.34-1 of libxslt (Library providing the Gnome XSLT engine), version 1.7.0-2 of hunspell (A spell checker and morphological analyzer)
It is uploaded as rpm to the netlabs rel or exp repository. To install just use either yum or ANPM. If anyone prefers a zip file, those are available at the netlabs rel repo <> or at the netlabs exp repo <>.

What's new in qca:

* first rpm release

What's new in quassel:

* first rpm release

What's new in cmake:

* update to vendor version 3.15.3
* build with gcc9
* add rc file handling
* disable 1121 wlink messages
* don't use emxexp for c++ by default anymore, it relies on declspec.
if you want the old way use -DOS2_USE_CXX_EMXEXP=ON

What's new in doxygen:

* fix a binary read
* update to version 1.8.17

What's new in poppler:

* update to vendor version 0.84.0
* adapt the spec to latest fedora spec
* add qt4 backend again like fedora does

What's new in libxml2:

* update to vendor version 2.9.9
* fixed libxslt ticket #1 (enable loading of symbols with _)

What's new in libxslt:

* update to vendor version 1.1.34

What's new in hunspell:

* rebuild with gcc9

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-- freundliche Grüsse / kind regards
Silvan Scherrer

/Silvan Scherrer
AROA Informatik AG

Tel. +41 71 243 55 77 <> /

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