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Proposing new stable release of findutils: 4.4.1

From: James Youngman
Subject: Proposing new stable release of findutils: 4.4.1
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2008 13:03:21 +0000

I propose to make a new stable (4.4.1) release of findutlis,
containing the current contents of the "rel-4-4-fixes" branch in the
git repository.

What other changes do people think should go in?  (Or contrariwise, do
you think I waited too long?) For your easy reference here are the log
messages for the relevant changes.

      Added release date for 4.4.0
      Update version number to 4.4.1-CVS
      Removed unnecessary test code which created a insecure temporary file.
      updated translations: German
      Update to the current head of gnulib
      Fix typo for \\0
      Update gnulib, document yesno() better including effect of
locale environment variables
      Added Lithuanian translation
      Updated Chinese (simplified) translation
      Applied tiny change from Per Starb├Ąck
<address@hidden>: directory separator is slash, not
      Applied doc patch from RB  <address@hidden> explaining how to
find the shallowest instance of  in a tree
      Applied doc fix to find manpage for find -perm /000
      Oops - we only need one changes section for 4.4.1-CVS.
      fix typo seach -> search
      fix typo Any -> any
      Updated Lithuanian translation
      Did 'make distcheck'
      Fix Savannah bug #24169
      Updated translations for Catalan, Slovenian and Vietnamese
      Typo fix from Geoff Cole
      New translation: Czech.
      file cs.po was added on branch rel-4-4-fixes on 2008-12-01 22:27:03 +0000
      Updated Indonesian translation
      Added Czech translation
      Updated French translation
      Fix Savannah bug #25154: Failure to compile with GCC-2.95.4
      Fix misleading error message when argument to find -user is

So the big changes are the update in gnulib version, the -user bugfix,
and the updated translations.


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