[Pkg-erlang-devel] yaws_1.87-1_i386.changes is NEW

Archive Administrator installer at ftp-master.debian.org
Fri Jan 15 21:49:16 UTC 2010

  to main/y/yaws/yaws-chat_1.87-1_all.deb
(new) yaws-doc_1.87-1_all.deb optional doc
Documentation and examples for Yaws web server
 Yaws is a high performance HTTP 1.1 webserver written in Erlang. It is a
 multithreaded webserver where one Erlang light weight process is used to
 handle each client.
 This package includes Yaws documentation and examples.
  to main/y/yaws/yaws-mail_1.87-1_all.deb
  to main/y/yaws/yaws-wiki_1.87-1_all.deb
  to main/y/yaws/yaws-yapp_1.87-1_all.deb
  to main/y/yaws/yaws_1.87-1.diff.gz
  to main/y/yaws/yaws_1.87-1.dsc
  to main/y/yaws/yaws_1.87-1_i386.deb
  to main/y/yaws/yaws_1.87.orig.tar.gz
Changes: yaws (1.87-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
  * Moved Yaws binaries to /usr/lib/yaws directory to follow upstream closer
    and to make sure that private Yaws modules don't clash with any other
    application. The drawback is that now one has to add -pa /usr/lib/yaws/ebin
    to the command line if he wants to use Yaws in embedded mode.
  * Split out yaws-doc package which contains documentation in PDF and
  * Added README.Debian in which clarified how to change epam permissions in
    case when it has to be suid or sgid binary.
  * Don't create /var/run/yaws in Yaws init script because this directory is
    no longer used. Also, change working dir to /var/cache/yaws before starting
    the daemon because Erlang issues warnings about inaccessible modules if
    the current dir isn't readable by yaws user.
  * Fixed a few spelling errors in manpages.

Override entries for your package:
yaws-chat_1.87-1_all.deb - optional web
yaws-mail_1.87-1_all.deb - optional web
yaws-wiki_1.87-1_all.deb - optional web
yaws-yapp_1.87-1_all.deb - optional web
yaws_1.87-1.dsc - source httpd
yaws_1.87-1_i386.deb - optional httpd

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