[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: GNOME 2.10 libraries (total 10 packages)

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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: GNOME 2.10 libraries (total 10 packages)

Yaakov (Cygwin/X)
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The following packages have recently been updated in the Cygwin net release:

*** GConf2-2.10.1-1
*** gnome-vfs2-2.10.1-1
+++ libart-lgpl2-2.3.17-1  (Renamed)
*** libbonobo2-2.10.1-1
- --- libbonobo20-2.10.1-1  (Obsoleted)
*** libbonobo2-devel-2.10.1-1
*** libbonobo2-doc-2.10.1-1
*** libbonoboui2-2.10.1-1
*** libgnome2-2.10.1-1
*** libgnomeui2-2.10.1-1

These releases update the existing GNOME libraries to 2.10.

The libbonobo20 package was obsoleted; the libbonobo2 package now
contains those libraries.

*** IMPORTANT for those using GNOME 2.x:

The package previously named libart_lgpl (2.3.17) has been renamed
libart_lgpl2, in order to make space for the GNOME 1.4 branch of
libart_lgpl 1.4.2 (aka 2.2.0) from gnome-libs.  Both versions can be
installed in parallel, but because of the rename, the following is required:

1) If you first update after reading this, then libart_lgpl2 will be
pulled in automatically as a GNOME dependency, and libart_lgpl will be
"downgraded" to 1.4.2-3.  THIS IS THE CORRECT BEHAVIOR.  If you don't
want anything from GNOME 1.4, you may choose to uninstall libart_lgpl
(which has no dependencies other than cygwin).

2) If you have already updated and allowed setup.exe to "downgrade"
libart_lgpl, but you don't want GNOME 1.4, then run setup.exe again and
uninstall libart_lgpl.

3) If you have already updated, but did NOT allow setup.exe to
"downgrade" libart_lgpl, then you have a libart_lgpl-2.3.17 and
libart_lgpl2-2.3.17.  THIS IS A PROBLEM!  To fix this, run setup.exe
again, and either allow libart_lgpl to be "downgraded" -- or you can
uninstall if you don't want GNOME 1.4 -- *and* reinstall libart_lgpl2.


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