Updated tcsh Shift_JIS packages that fix one bug are now available forRed Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

The tcsh packages provide an enhanced and widely compatible version of the Cshell (csh). The tcsh command-language interpreter can be used as an interactivelogin shell, as well as a shell script command processor. Shift JIS (SJIS) is acharacter encoding for the Japanese language. The “tcsh Shift_JIS” packagesprovide tcsh support for the SJIS encoding.This update fixes the following bug:* Following the previous SJIS enhancement patch for the tcsh packages, thesecond byte of a multibyte character was sometimes treated as an individualcharacter. This in some cases caused incorrect interpretation of scriptscontaining SJIS characters. With this update, the behavior of multibytecharacters in tcsh Shift_JIS has been corrected, and the affected scripts nowwork as expected. (BZ#1240124)All users who require SJIS encoding support with tcsh are advised to upgrade tothese updated packages, which fix this bug.
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.For details on how to apply this update, refer to:https://access.redhat.com/articles/11258Red Hat Enterprise S-JIS Service

SRPMS:
tcsh-6.17-25.el6_6.sjis.3.src.rpm
    MD5: 6ecb46cd5e5ed0595bf6c40305858f92SHA-256: f8ab201d57f9d4f31b406de1f620c44857d25a874f173d0d53fac0b4987dd84d
 
IA-32:
tcsh-6.17-25.el6_6.sjis.3.i686.rpm
    MD5: 41354b043bf296e325b104d57d839bf0SHA-256: 5935bda59a3a9aaea02f9fc221b120906cd89a94018225f42b027f04e17fd19e
tcsh-debuginfo-6.17-25.el6_6.sjis.3.i686.rpm
    MD5: e98f6fc1434bb99dde298d3c34fbd4d6SHA-256: f25c72549f0f51e0b974d5fe43ea14d030833ac2cc45c675b7e033dbeb7938fc
 
x86_64:
tcsh-6.17-25.el6_6.sjis.3.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 5a5359975e200003106b1b43045d87f0SHA-256: 4137bca664c8a0bd1cc74544a2843b9388000721af65977ad5fa473335a1153d
tcsh-debuginfo-6.17-25.el6_6.sjis.3.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: ef1ba1717814ecebad4b369f49a9c292SHA-256: 558c25e6cd0e399f3a10cb1987d0612186dcf3905a47ac17db59ea7e11392af6
 
(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)
These packages are GPG signed by Red Hat for security. Our key and
details on how to verify the signature are available from:

Leave a Reply