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RPM 4.6.0 released

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Nine months after the last release, the RPM.org developers have announced RPM 4.6.0, a new version of the RPM Package Manager, one of the main packaging formats for many Linux distributions and part of the Linux Standard Base (LSB).

One of the more important features of the RPM 4.6 release is that it is now based upon an cleaner and more maintainable codebase than RPM 4.4, and is being actively developed. For the average user, there should be very little change, apart from some queries being much faster and unsupported features being removed. The update contains many bug fixes and enhancements, including some long standing requests.

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Hee hee

They jumped right over Jeff Johnson's RPM 5. muhaahaha

http://www.kuro5hin.org/story/2006/6/5/101431/9311

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