File liblastfm.changes of Package liblastfm-qt4

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Tue Feb  9 10:19:29 UTC 2021 - Christophe Giboudeaux <christophe@krop.fr>

- Add patch to fix build with GCC 11 (boo#1181870):
  * 0001-Stick-to-c-14-for-liblastfm.patch

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Mon Sep  9 15:35:49 UTC 2019 - wbauer@tmo.at

- Update to 1.1.0:
  * Make sure liblastfm creates the dirs it tries to work with

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Wed Oct 22 18:04:56 UTC 2014 - hrvoje.senjan@gmail.com

- Update to 1.0.9:
  * Linux build fixes and Qt5 compatibility
  * fixes cache directory path - boo#974005

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Thu Nov  7 00:38:12 UTC 2013 - hrvoje.senjan@gmail.com

- Update to 1.0.8:
  * Bugfix release, no changelog provided
  * Ability to build the library against Qt5 (disabled for now)

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Sun Mar  3 18:27:23 UTC 2013 - asterios.dramis@gmail.com

- Update to 1.0.7:
  Changelog not available.
- Removed liblastfm-fix-no-return-in-nonvoid-function.diff patch (fixed
  upstream).
- Removed fdupes build requirement (not needed).

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Thu Sep  6 15:22:20 UTC 2012 - dmueller@suse.com

- rename it back to liblastfm-devel

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Thu Aug 23 20:08:00 UTC 2012 - dev@dominik-schmidt.de

- fix no-return-in-nonvoid-function issue

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Thu Aug 23 19:47:05 UTC 2012 - dev@dominik-schmidt.de

- Update to 1.0.2
  * liblastfm_fingerprint is now built on default
  * slightly extended api
  * bugfixes 

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Thu Aug 23 16:27:49 UTC 2012 - dev@dominik-schmidt.de

- also rename the devel package to liblastfm1-devel and make it
  conflict with the liblastfm-devel package 

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Wed Aug 22 11:53:51 UTC 2012 - dev@dominik-schmidt.de

- change name to liblastfm1, so devel package doesnt collide with
  old liblastfm still required by stable amarok

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Tue Aug 21 13:46:06 UTC 2012 - dev@dominik-schmidt.de

- Update to 1.0.1
* proper cmake based build system
* needed for latest tomahawk release
* support for showing your player on your last.fm profile

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Tue May 15 10:56:34 UTC 2012 - idonmez@suse.com

- Fix build with Ruby 1.9 

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Sat Jan 21 19:46:32 UTC 2012 - crrodriguez@opensuse.org

- Build with -fvisibility-inlines-hidden, saving around 50 
  exported symbols, in the extremely unlikely case this causes
  a problem, drop me a note.

- -devel pacakge requires libqt4-devel

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Mon May 23 20:33:15 UTC 2011 - asterios.dramis@gmail.com

- Update to version 0.3.3.
- Spec file updates:
  * Changes based on spec-cleaner run.
  * Changed License: to GPLv3+.
  * Added description for the patches based on openSUSE Patches Guidelines.
  * Minor other updates.
- Compile package with optflags (added -fPIC to fix compilation error).
- Rebased liblastfm-sort.patch to apply cleanly.
- Rebased liblastfm-0.3.0-qmake.patch and renamed it to liblastfm_qmake.patch.

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Tue May 11 08:01:15 UTC 2010 - aj@suse.de

- Sort lastfm.h to have same order each build.

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Fri Nov 20 14:36:16 CET 2009 - dmueller@suse.de

- fix packaging (spec file name, no functional change)

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Sat Sep 5 18:57:13 CEST 2009 - buschmann23@opensuse.org - 0.3.0

- initial package
- version 0.3.0
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