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Old 9th May 2004, 03:26 AM
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New: gnome-password-generator 1.3 (FC1,FC2,stable)

Name : gnome-password-generator
Version: 1.3
Release: 0.fdr.2.1.92
License: GPL
URL : http://gnome-password.sf.net/

Gnome Password Generator is a graphical secure password generator.
It allows the user to generate a specified number of random
passwords of a specified length.

* Sun May 02 2004 Phillip Compton <pcompton[AT]proteinmedia.com> - 0:1.3-0.fdr.2

- BuildReq desktop-file-utils (#1523).
- Enable parralel builds.
- Fix Source0.
- Dropped unnecessary Req on python.

* Tue Apr 13 2004 Phillip Compton <pcompton[AT]proteinmedia.com> - 0:1.3-0.fdr.1

- Initial package release.



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