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[SECURITY] Fedora 7 Update: chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7

Fedora Update Notification
2007-07-19 09:46:20.424669

Name        : chmsee
Product     : Fedora 7
Version     : 1.0.0
Release     : 0.20.beta2.fc7
Summary     : A Gtk+2 CHM document viewer
Description :
A gtk2 chm document viewer.

It uses chmlib to extract files. It uses gecko to display pages. It supports
displaying multilingual pages due to gecko. It features bookmarks and tabs.
The tabs could be used to jump inside the chm file conveniently. Its UI is
clean and handy, also is well localized. It is actively developed and
maintained. The author of chmsee is Jungle Ji and several other great people.

* Unlike other chm viewers, chmsee extracts files from chm file, and then read
and display them. The extracted files could be found in $HOME/.chmsee/bookshelf
directory. You can clean those files at any time and there is a special config
option for that.
* The bookmark is related to each file so not all bookmarks will be loaded,
only current file's.
* Try to remove $HOME/.chmsee if you encounter any problem after an upgrade.


* Thu Jul 19 2007 bbbush <> - 1.0.0-0.20.beta2
- update for firefox and
Updated packages:

0b21fd6e969c051da90051cf20e1097358fd4ea6 chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.ppc64.rpm
96d07d6c1589e762f42448fbae59539445c9982b chmsee-debuginfo-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.ppc64.rpm
b38f8dac51efb99d48f17a06c28a0f6b54962305 chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.i386.rpm
d808258ac7eae60d176e03029de1353cb65f0cb2 chmsee-debuginfo-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.i386.rpm
3faf528fcb7b305a1df41164d5c587414f54f53a chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.x86_64.rpm
376522342a064d27d1495158aed937423562f5b7 chmsee-debuginfo-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.x86_64.rpm
95fc8aa5fcc8b0aa46d1cb3e2afd85bead5549ea chmsee-debuginfo-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.ppc.rpm
3b139d4657cb3f03d4cc9255ea1da63d16d2679e chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.ppc.rpm
25674af4a8eb0e3efb237e758f8f5e89d80e4a72 chmsee-1.0.0-0.20.beta2.fc7.src.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at