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Fedora EPEL 4 updates-testing report



The following builds have been pushed to Fedora EPEL 4 updates-testing

    R-2.9.2-1.el4
    augeas-0.5.2-2.el4
    perl-DateTime-Format-Excel-0.2901-3.el4

Details about builds:


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 R-2.9.2-1.el4 (FEDORA-EPEL-2009-0319)
 A language for data analysis and graphics
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Update Information:

Update to R 2.9.2.    BUG FIXES    - parse_Rd() still did not handle source
reference encodings  properly.    - The C utility function PrintValue no longer
attempts to print  attributes for CHARSXPs as those attributes are used
internally for the CHARSXP cache.  This fixes a segfault when calling it on a
CHARSXP from C code.    - PDF graphics output was producing two instances of
anything  drawn with the symbol font face. (Report from Baptiste Auguie.)    -
length(x) <- newval and grep() could cause memory corruption.  (PR#13837)    -
If model.matrix() was given too large a model, it could crash  R. (PR#13838, fix
found by Olaf Mersmann.)    - gzcon() (used by load()) would re-open an open
connection,  leaking a file descriptor each time. (PR#13841)    - The checks for
inconsistent inheritance reported by setClass()  now detect inconsistent
superclasses and give better warning  messages.    - print.anova() failed to
recognize the column labelled P(>|Chi|) from a Poisson/binomial GLM anova as a
p-value column in order to format it appropriately (and as a consequence it gave
no significance stars).    - A missing PROTECT caused rare segfaults during
calls to load().  (PR#13880, fix found by Bill Dunlap.)    - gsub() in a non-
UTF-8 locale with a marked UTF-8 input could in rare circumstances overrun a
buffer and so segfault.    - R CMD Rdconv --version was not working correctly.
- Missing PROTECTs in nlm() caused "random" errors. (PR#13381 by  Adam D.I.
Kramer, analysis and suggested fix by Bill Dunlap.)    - Some extreme cases of
pbeta(log.p = TRUE) are more accurate  (finite values < -700 rather than -Inf).
(PR#13786)    - pbeta() now reports on more cases where the asymptotic
expansions lose accuracy (the underlying TOMS708 C code was  ignoring some of
these, including the PR#13786 example).    - new.env(hash = TRUE, size = NA) now
works the way it has been  documented to for a long time.    -
tcltk::tk_choose.files(multi = TRUE) produces better-formatted  output with
filenames containing spaces.  (PR#13875)    - R CMD check --use-valgrind did not
run valgrind on the package tests.    - The tclvalue() and the print() and
as.xxx methods for class  "tclObj" crashed R with an invalid object -- seen with
an  object saved from an earlier session.    - R CMD BATCH garbled options -d
<debugger> (useful for valgrind, although --debugger=valgrind always worked)
- INSTALL with LazyData and Encoding declared in DESCRIPTION  might have left
options("encoding") set for the rest of the  package installation.
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ChangeLog:

* Mon Aug 24 2009 Tom "spot" Callaway <tcallawa redhat com> - 2.9.2-1
- Update to 2.9.2
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 augeas-0.5.2-2.el4 (FEDORA-EPEL-2009-0320)
 A library for changing configuration files
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Update Information:

new xorg lens from upstream for virt-v2v
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ChangeLog:

* Tue Aug 25 2009 Matthew Booth <mbooth redhat com> - 0.5.2-2
- Include new xorg lens from upstream
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 perl-DateTime-Format-Excel-0.2901-3.el4 (FEDORA-EPEL-2009-0318)
 Convert between DateTime and Excel dates
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Update Information:

Excel uses a different system for its dates than most Unix programs. This module
allows you to convert between a few of the Excel raw formats and DateTime
objects, which can then be further converted via any of the other
DateTime::Format::* modules, or just with DateTime's methods.If you happen to be
dealing with dates between 1 Jan 1900 and 1 Mar 1900 please read the notes on
EPOCHS. If you're wanting to handle actual spreadsheet files, you may find the
Spreadsheet::WriteExcel manpage and the Spreadsheet::ParseExcel manpage of use.
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References:

  [ 1 ] Bug #513580 - Please build latest perl-DateTime-Format-Excel for EPEL 4 and 5
        https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=513580
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