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tcl-tktray-1.3.9-1.1.2 RPM for i586

From OpenSuSE 12.2 for i586

Name: tcl-tktray Distribution: openSUSE 12.2
Version: 1.3.9 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1.2 Build date: Mon Jul 16 01:40:58 2012
Group: Development/Languages/Tcl Build host: build30
Size: 47416 Source RPM: tcl-tktray-1.3.9-1.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: System Tray Icon Support for Tk on X11
Tktray is a Tk extension that is able to create system tray icons. It
follows specifications when looking up the system
tray manager.  This protocol is supported by modern versions of KDE and
Gnome panels, and by some other panel-like application.






* Tue Jun 19 2012
  - update to version 1.3.9
    * tktray.c: fixed some trivial bugs with option handling (e.g.
      cget method); added ARGB32 image output support (server-side
      natural alpha composition)
    * added --with-mad-tk-packager (see README)
    * tktray.c: balloon/cancel methods are now supported
    * building without private headers is possible now
    * complex alpha in images looks good
    * Shape extension was thrown away
    * docs/ documented new features, fixed description of some old ones
    * tktray.c: implemented old-style pseudo-transparency; split
      widget into a persistent front-end & temporal helper window;
      borrowed bbox algorithm from xwininfo, seems to work
      everywhere; threw away a lot of image/photo handling code,
      using a simple, standard Tk_GetImage in all places except where
      XShapeCombineMask is used (current version works well without
  - clean up specfile
    - remove bogus dependency on gcc-c++ and ldconfig calls
* Tue Jun 19 2012
  - license update: SUSE-TCL
    Choose from the document linked at
* Thu Aug 18 2011
  - fixed bnc#712876
* Mon May 09 2011
  - updated to 1.2
  - renamed to tcl-tktray
* Sat Mar 14 2009
  - add rpmlintrc
* Mon Feb 09 2009
  - Branched for Contrib
* Mon Feb 09 2009
  - Initial package.
  - Fix
  - Install extension in libdir.
  - Install pkgIndex.tcl where it's searched for in an openSUSE



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