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Fixes some series of security issues. Seamonkey and Thunderbird are also vulnerable and are also benefited from the fixes. At the time of writing there is no new release for Thunderbird (soon awaited), the Seamonkey project however released 1.1.2 in 30 of May.
As far I can tell, there is nothing to be change in the firefox instructions. I've finished a new build by just bumping the version. Feel free to change the severity/priority of the ticket.
Development version increment.
Release announcement at: http://www.zsh.org/mla/users/2007/msg00331.html
The multibyte support in the development branch is almost complete.
It worths mentioning that all the major distributions excepts fedora (watching their bug reports, they doesn't seem to have *any* interest about zsh) are using the development version.
In a question in zsh workers mailing list (specifically about fedora) the zsh maintainer Peter Stephenson replied with these words.
"What I'm looking for before producing a new stable release (which will probably be version 5) are signs that the multibyte support in 4.3 is complete enough that most users aren't going to find significant gaps. It doesn't have to be flawless. At some point we need to decide that things are working well enough. With Linux, I think that's already the case, but I'm less clear about the state of other systems I don't see."
|#2369||fixed||Listing libedit as dependency|
As it was discussed and mentioned in - http://linuxfromscratch.org/pipermail/blfs-dev/2007-July/017567.html (discussion goes to August) - libedit should be tested for possible conflicts with readline.
Libedit is listed as an optional dependency for the Dash shell. It is also commented out in mysql instructions with a note that libedit causes more problems than it solves.
However that note was for an old unmaintained editline package.
Currently under testing is going to be used, the editline library in - http://www.thrysoee.dk/editline/
which is under active development.