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Fedora 16

Technical Notes

All changes in Fedora 16

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The Fedora Docs Team

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This document lists all changed packages between Fedora 15 and Fedora 16. The packages are listed according to their RPM group. There is a complete index at the end to permit the reader to locate a specific package by name.

1. Introduction
2. Amusements
2.1. Amusements-Games
2.2. Amusements-Graphics
3. Application
3.1. Application-Internet
3.2. Applications-Archiving
3.3. Applications-CGI
3.4. Applications-Communications
3.5. Applications-Databases
3.6. Applications-Editors
3.7. Applications-Emulators
3.8. Applications-Engineering
3.9. Applications-File
3.10. Applications-Internet
3.11. Applications-Multimedia
3.12. Applications-Productivity
3.13. Applications-Publishing
3.14. Applications-System
3.15. Applications-Text
4. Development
4.1. Development-Compilers
4.2. Development-Debug
4.3. Development-Debuggers
4.4. Development-Languages
4.5. Development-Libraries
4.6. Development-Libraries-Java
4.7. Development-Libraries-PHP
4.8. Development-Python
4.9. Development-System
4.10. Development-Tools
5. Documentation
6. Internet-WWW-Dynamic Content
7. Networking-Daemons
8. Productivity-Networking-Other
9. Sugar-Activities
10. System
10.1. System
10.2. System Environment-Applications
10.3. System Environment-Base
10.4. System Environment-Daemons
10.5. System Environment-Kernel
10.6. System Environment-Libraries
10.7. System Environment-Shells
10.8. System Environment-Tools
10.9. System-Management
11. Text
11.1. Text Editors-Integrated Development Environments IDE
12. Unspecified
13. User Interface
13.1. User Interface-X
13.2. User Interface-X Hardware Support
A. Revision History