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Old 16th November 2003, 12:56 AM
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Update: velocity-filemanager-0.1.0-0.fdr.0.6.beta (1/unstable)

Name : velocity-filemanager
Version: 0.1.0
Release: 0.fdr.0.6.beta.1
License: GPL
URL : http://velocity.sourceforge.net/

Velocity is a port of the GFileRunner (gfilerunner.sourceforge.net) file
manager to the wonderful GNOME 2 platform. Velocity is (going to be) a very
fast, powerful, and highly configurable alternative file/desktop manager.

* Thu Nov 13 2003 Phillip Compton <pcompton[AT]proteinmedia.com> - 0:0.1.0-0.fdr.0.6.beta

- BuildReqs libcroco-devel & pkgconfig.


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