File tkinfo.changes of Package tkinfo

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Tue Oct 27 15:38:47 CET 2009 - max@suse.de

- Relax wildcard searching, so that info pages with version
  numbers are also found under their basename (bnc#420627).

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Wed Jan 25 21:48:20 CET 2006 - mls@suse.de

- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires

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Fri Jan 13 18:41:39 CET 2006 - max@suse.de

- New version: 2.8.

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Thu Sep 29 00:14:31 CEST 2005 - dmueller@suse.de

- add norootforbuild 

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Mon Jul  7 08:35:49 CEST 2003 - max@suse.de

- New version: 2.6.
- Catches up with Tk 8.4 changes (see bug #27727).
- Obsoletes tkinfo-command.patch.

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Mon Oct 28 15:47:54 CET 2002 - max@suse.de

- added tkinfo-command.patch
- Spelling out -command options, because the -com abbreviation
  became ambuguous when -compound was added in Tk 8.4.
  (Bug #21347)

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Mon Dec 17 14:22:16 CET 2001 - max@suse.de

- Using BuildRoot now.

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Wed Apr 11 11:32:09 CEST 2001 - max@suse.de

- Added Group: X11/Utilities
- Added Buildarchitectures: noarch
- changed path to wish

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Wed Oct 27 13:28:03 MEST 1999 - max@suse.de

- new version 2.5
- now runs with Tcl/Tk 8.0

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Mon Sep 13 17:23:57 CEST 1999 - bs@suse.de

- ran old prepare_spec on spec file to switch to new prepare_spec.

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Tue May  6 16:20:19 GMT 1997 - hf@suse.de

A new package tkinfo. Version 1.4
 
TkInfo is a tk script to read GNU "info" files and display them.
TkInfo can be used stand alone (via WISH), or embedded within an
application to provide integrated, on-line help. It runs on every
system that supports Tcl/Tk, which means all Unix/X, Mac and 
Windows variants.