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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20161104 released!

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Packages changed:
NetworkManager-applet (1.4.0 -> 1.4.2)
SDL2 (2.0.4 -> 2.0.5)
augeas (1.5.0 -> 1.6.0)
bluedevil5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
breeze (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
breeze-gtk (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
breeze4-style (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
corosync (2.3.5 -> 2.4.1)
curl (7.50.3 -> 7.51.0)
diffutils (3.3 -> 3.5)
ffmpeg (3.1.5 -> 3.2)
grep (2.25 -> 2.26)
gtk3 (3.22.1 -> 3.22.2)
kactivitymanagerd (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kcm_sddm (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kde-cli-tools5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kde-gtk-config5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kde-user-manager (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kernel-source (4.8.4 -> 4.8.6)
kgamma5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
khotkeys5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kinfocenter5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kmenuedit5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kscreen5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kscreenlocker (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
ksshaskpass5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
ksysguard5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
kwin5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
ldb (1.1.26 -> 1.1.27)
libcares2 (1.11.0 -> 1.12.0)
libkdecoration2 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
libkscreen2 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
libksysguard5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
libnettle (3.2 -> 3.3)
libusb-1_0 (1.0.20 -> 1.0.21)
libyui-qt-pkg (2.45.10 -> 2.45.11)
mercurial (3.9.1 -> 4.0)
milou5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
nano (2.7.0 -> 2.7.1)
oxygen5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
perl-DBD-ODBC (1.52 -> 1.56)
perl-Params-Validate (1.25 -> 1.26)
plasma-nm5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-addons (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-desktop (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-integration (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-pa (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-session (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
plasma5-workspace (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
polkit-kde-agent-5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
powerdevil5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
python-pyparsing (2.0.7 -> 2.1.10)
python3-setuptools (28.6.1 -> 28.7.1)
rubygem-fast_gettext (1.2.0 -> 1.3.0)
samba (4.4.5 -> 4.5.0)
skanlite (2.0 -> 2.0.1)
sudo (1.8.18 -> 1.8.18p1)
systemsettings5 (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
talloc (2.1.6 -> 2.1.8)
tdb (1.3.8 -> 1.3.11)
tevent (0.9.28 -> 0.9.29)
yast2-bootloader (3.2.4 -> 3.2.6)
yast2-installation (3.2.5 -> 3.2.6)
yast2-kdump (3.1.42 -> 3.2.0)
yast2-network (3.2.8 -> 3.2.9)

=== Details ===

==== ModemManager ====
Subpackages: ModemManager-bash-completion ModemManager-devel libmm-glib0

- Drop obsolete automake BuildRequires: Leftover from past patches.

==== NetworkManager-applet ====
Version update (1.4.0 -> 1.4.2)
Subpackages: NetworkManager-connection-editor libnm-gtk-data libnm-gtk0
libnma-data libnma0 typelib-1_0-NMGtk-1_0

- Change the summary to something less GNOME-specific.
- Don't install the ChangeLog file.
- Replace the following BuildRequires for their pkgconfig
equivalent: gobject-introspection-devel, gtk3-devel and
libnotify-devel for: pkgconfig(gobject-introspection-1.0),
pkgconfig(gtk+-3.0), pkgconfig(libnotify).
- Drop dbus-1-devel and dbus-1-glib-devel BuildRequires: We already
have pkgconfig(dbusmenu-gtk3-0.4) that pulls in all the dbus
devel packages.
- Rename package to NetworkManager-applet aligning slightly more
close to upstream name.
- Provide/Obsolete old name NetworkManager-gnome.
- Run spec-cleaner to modernise spec file. Following this, add
pkgconfig BuildRequires.
- Rename NetworkManager-gnome-no-firewalld.patch to
network-manager-applet-no-firewalld.patch, align with new package
- Drop nm-icons.nm-icons.tar.gz as source package and handling of
it in spec, not needed anymore.
- Stop using suse-update-desktop files for nm-applet.desktop file,
no longer needed.
- Stop passing --disable-migration to configure, no longer needed,
nor regcognized.
- Update to version 1.4.2:
+ Removed UI property that required gtk3 >= 3.16
+ Added a workaround for broken strict matching with old Jansson

==== SDL2 ====
Version update (2.0.4 -> 2.0.5)

- Backported commit 5184186d4366 and fbf9b0e3589a as
SDL2-ppc64-declaration-after-statement.patch to fix build
on ppc64/ppc64le
- Update to 2.0.5
* Implemented audio capture support for some platforms
* Added SDL_DequeueAudio() to retrieve audio when buffer
queuing is turned on for audio capture
* Added events for dragging and dropping text
* Added events for dragging and dropping multiple items
* By default the click raising a window will not be
delivered to the SDL application. You can set the hint
SDL_HINT_MOUSE_FOCUS_CLICKTHROUGH to "1" to allow that click
through to the window.
* Saving a surface with an alpha channel as a BMP will use a
newer BMP format that supports alpha information. You can
set the hint SDL_HINT_BMP_SAVE_LEGACY_FORMAT to "1" to use
the old format.
* Added SDL_GetHintBoolean() to get the boolean value of a
* Added SDL_RenderSetIntegerScale() to set whether to
smoothly scale or use integral multiples of the viewport
size when scaling the rendering output
* Added SDL_CreateRGBSurfaceWithFormat() and
SDL_CreateRGBSurfaceWithFormatFrom() to create an SDL
surface with a specific pixel format
* Added SDL_GetDisplayUsableBounds() which returns the area
usable for windows. For example, on Mac OS X, this subtracts
the area occupied by the menu bar and dock.
* Added SDL_GetWindowBordersSize() which returns the size of
the window's borders around the client area
* Added a window event SDL_WINDOWEVENT_HIT_TEST when a
window had a hit test that wasn't SDL_HITTEST_NORMAL (e.g.
in the title bar or window frame)
* Added SDL_SetWindowResizable() to change whether a window
is resizable
* Added SDL_SetWindowOpacity() and SDL_GetWindowOpacity() to
affect the window transparency
* Added SDL_SetWindowModalFor() to set a window as modal for
another window
* Added support for AUDIO_U16LSB and AUDIO_U16MSB to
* Fixed flipped images when reading back from target
textures when using the OpenGL renderer
* Fixed texture color modulation with SDL_BLENDMODE_NONE
when using the OpenGL renderer
* Fixed bug where the alpha value of colorkeys was ignored
when blitting in some cases
* Added support for the Fcitx IME
* Added a window event SDL_WINDOWEVENT_TAKE_FOCUS when a
window manager asks the SDL window whether it wants to take
* Refresh rates are now rounded instead of truncated, e.g.
59.94 Hz is rounded up to 60 Hz instead of 59.
* Added initial support for touchscreens on Raspberry Pi

==== augeas ====
Version update (1.5.0 -> 1.6.0)
Subpackages: augeas-lenses libaugeas0

- Version update to 1.6.0:
* See the NEWS file for the details

==== bind ====
Subpackages: bind-chrootenv bind-doc bind-utils idnkit libbind9-140 libdns162
libidnkit1 libirs141 libisc160 libisccc140 libisccfg140 liblwres141

- Apply cve-2016-8864.patch to fix CVE-2016-8864 (bsc#1007829).

==== bluedevil5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== breeze ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: breeze5-cursors breeze5-decoration breeze5-style breeze5-wallpapers

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== breeze-gtk ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: gtk2-metatheme-breeze gtk3-metatheme-breeze metatheme-breeze-common

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== breeze4-style ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== coreutils ====

- coreutils-m5sum-sha-sum-fix-ignore-missing-with-00-checksums.patch:
Add upstream patch to fix "md5sum --check --ignore-missing" which
treated files with checksums starting with "00" as missing.

==== corosync ====
Version update (2.3.5 -> 2.4.1)

- upgrade to corosync-2.4.1(bsc#1004967)
added: corosync-start-stop-level.patch
deleted: corosync-cts-api-error.patch
modified: bnc#867767-add-version.patch, change version to 2.4.1
Low: totemsrp: Addition of the log.
cts: Make it run with pacemaker-1.13+
Config: Flag config uidgid entries
Spec: Qdevice require same version of corosync
qdevice and qnet
config: get_cluster_mcast_addr error is not fatal
some typo fixes
CFG: Prevent CFG orignating messages during SYNC
wd: fix setting of watchdog timeouts
votequorum: Don't send multiple callbacks when nodes join
cfgtool: Display nodeid as unsigned int
quorum: Display node id as unsigned int.
Check for fdatasync
Fix detection of qb_log_thread_priority_set
totempg: Fix memory leak
cpg: Memory not unmapped in cpg_zcb_free
cpg: Handle ipc error in cpg_zcb_alloc/free
totemconfig: Explicitly pass IP version
parser: Make config file parser more hierarchy
logsys: fix TOTEM logging when corosync built out of tree
wd: make watchdog device configurable
schedwrk: Cleanup and make it work on PPC BE
Reapply config defaults corosync.conf reload
logconfig: Fix logging reload disabling logfiles
- Default token timeout was 5000 ms in SLE 11 SP4, but is 1000 ms in SLE
Added: bsc#1001164-corosync.conf-example.patch
- Fix: [s390]Upgrade from SP1-GM + HA to SP2-RC2 +: Failed to start Corosync
Cluster engine(bsc#996230)
- modify corosync.spec to remove "chkconfig --add"
- remove corosync-devel and require lines from baselibs.conf

==== curl ====
Version update (7.50.3 -> 7.51.0)
Subpackages: libcurl-devel libcurl4

- Update to 7.51.0
* nss: additional cipher suites are now accepted by
* CVE-2016-8615: cookie injection for other servers
* CVE-2016-8616: case insensitive password comparison
* CVE-2016-8617: OOB write via unchecked multiplication
* CVE-2016-8618: double-free in curl_maprintf
* CVE-2016-8619: double-free in krb5 code
* CVE-2016-8620: glob parser write/read out of bounds
* CVE-2016-8621: curl_getdate read out of bounds
* CVE-2016-8622: URL unescape heap overflow via integer truncation
* CVE-2016-8623: Use-after-free via shared cookies
* CVE-2016-8624: invalid URL parsing with '#'
* CVE-2016-8625: IDNA 2003 makes curl use wrong host
* openssl: fix per-thread memory leak using 1.0.1 or 1.0.2
* http: accept "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" for HTTP/2 as well
* update with mbedTLS dual licensing
* examples/imap-append: Set size of data to be uploaded
* test2048: fix url
* darwinssl: disable RC4 cipher-suite support
* openssl: don?t call CRYTPO_cleanup_all_ex_data
* libressl: fix version output
* easy: Reset all statistical session info in curl_easy_reset
* curl_global_cleanup.3: don't unload the lib with sub threads running
* dist: add CurlSymbolHiding.cmake to the tarball
* docs: Remove that --proto is just used for initial retrieval
* configure: Fixed builds with libssh2 in a custom location
* curl.1: --trace supports % for sending to stderr!
* cookies: same domain handling changed to match browser behavior
* formpost: trying to attach a directory no longer crashes
* CURLOPT_DEBUGFUNCTION.3: fixed unused argument warning
* formpost: avoid silent snprintf() truncation
* ftp: fix Curl_ftpsendf
* mprintf: return error on too many arguments
* smb: properly check incoming packet boundaries
* GIT-INFO: remove the Mac 10.1-specific details
* resolve: add error message when resolving using SIGALRM
* cmake: add nghttp2 support
* dist: remove PDF and HTML converted docs from the releases
* configure: disable poll() in macOS builds
* vtls: only re-use session-ids using the same scheme
* pipelining: skip to-be-closed connections when pipelining
* win: fix Universal Windows Platform build
* curl: do not set CURLOPT_SSLENGINE to DEFAULT automatically
* maketgz: make it support "only" generating version info
* Curl_socket_check: add extra check to avoid integer overflow
* gopher: properly return error for poll failures
* curl: set INTERLEAVEDATA too
* polarssl: clear thread array at init
* polarssl: fix unaligned SSL session-id lock
* polarssl: reduce #ifdef madness with a macro
* curl_multi_add_handle: set timeouts in closure handles
* configure: set min version flags for builds on mac
* INSTALL: converted to markdown =>
* curl_multi_remove_handle: fix a double-free
* multi: fix inifinte loop in curl_multi_cleanup()
* nss: fix tight loop in non-blocking TLS handhsake over proxy
* mk-ca-bundle: Change URL retrieval to HTTPS-only by default
* mbedtls: stop using deprecated include file
* docs: fix req->data in multi-uv example
* configure: Fix test syntax for monotonic clock_gettime
* CURLMOPT_MAX_PIPELINE_LENGTH.3: Clarify it's not for HTTP/2
- Refresh libcurl-ocloexec.patch

==== diffutils ====
Version update (3.3 -> 3.5)

- gnulib-diffseq.patch, big-file-performance.patch: Avoid performance
regression on big files (bsc#1004991)
- Diffutils 3.5:
* diff3 no longer malfunctions due to use-after-free
[bug introduced in 3.4]
* diff --color no longer colorizes when TERM=dumb
- Update to version 3.4
* diff accepts two new options --color and --palette to generate
and configure colored output. --color takes an optional
argument specifying when to colorize a line: --color=always,
- -color=auto, --color=never. --palette is used to configure
which colors are used.
* many bugfixes
- New -lang subpackage
- Drop no longer needed gnulib-perl522.patch

==== ffmpeg ====
Version update (3.1.5 -> 3.2)
Subpackages: libavcodec57 libavformat57 libavutil55 libswresample2 libswscale4

- Update to new upstream release 3.2
* SDL2 output device and ffplay support
* SDL1 output device and SDL1 support removed
* New: libopenmpt demuxer, fifo muxer, True Audio (TTA) muxer
* New filters: weave, gblur, avgblur, sobel, prewitt,
vaguedenoiser, yuvtestsrc, lut2, hysteresis, maskedclamp,
crystalizer, acrusher, bitplanenoise, sidedata, asidedata
* Non-Local Means (nlmeans) denoising filter
* 16-bit support in curves filter and selectivecolor filter
* Added threads option per filter instance
* The "curves" filter does not automatically insert points at x=0
and x=1 anymore
* Matroska muxer now writes CRC32 elements by default in all
Level 1 elements
* New "tee" protocol
* VP8 in Ogg muxing
* Floating point support in ALS decoder
* Extended mov edit list support
* Changed mapping of RTP MIME type G726 to codec g726le.
- Drop ffmpeg-fix-CONFIG_VC1DSP-changes.patch
(no longer needed)
- Enable libfdk_aac if it is available at buildtime

==== ffmpeg2 ====
Subpackages: libavcodec56 libavformat56 libavutil54 libswresample1 libswscale3

- Enable libfdk_aac if it is available at buildtime

==== grep ====
Version update (2.25 -> 2.26)

- grep 2.26:
* no longer omit output merely because it follows an output line
suppressed due to encoding errors
* In the Shift_JIS locale, no longer mistakenly match in the
middle of a multibyte character
* grep can be much faster now when standard output is /dev/null.
* grep -F is now typically much faster when many patterns are
given, as it now uses the Aho-Corasick algorithm instead of
the Commentz-Walter algorithm in that case.
* grep -iF is typically much faster in a multibyte locale, if
the pattern and its case counterparts contain only single byte
* grep with complicated expressions (e.g., back-references) and
without -i now uses the regex fastmap for better performance.
* In multibyte locales, grep now handles leading "." in patterns
more efficiently.
* grep now prints a "FILENAME:LINENO: " prefix when diagnosing
an invalid regular expression that was read from an
'-f'-specified file.

==== grub2 ====
Subpackages: grub2-i386-pc grub2-snapper-plugin grub2-systemd-sleep-plugin
grub2-x86_64-efi grub2-x86_64-xen

- Fix new line character in distributor (bsc#1007212)
* modified grub2-default-distributor.patch

==== gstreamer-plugins-good ====
Subpackages: gstreamer-plugins-good-extra

- Add gstreamer-plugins-good-wavparse.patch: Don't try to add
srcpad if we don't know valid caps yet. Otherwise we'll run into
an assertion on specially crafted files (bgo#773643,

==== gtk3 ====
Version update (3.22.1 -> 3.22.2)
Subpackages: gtk3-data gtk3-immodule-amharic gtk3-immodule-inuktitut
gtk3-immodule-thai gtk3-immodule-vietnamese gtk3-immodule-xim gtk3-tools
libgtk-3-0 typelib-1_0-Gtk-3_0

- Add gtk3-startupfix-wayland.patch: Fix slow startup notification
for some gtk3 apps when running on wayland (bgo#768531).
- Update to version 3.22.2:
+ Several improvements to the win32 theme.
+ Deprecations have been added for APIs that will be removed in
GTK+ 4.
+ Bugs fixed: bgo#767713, bgo#771320, bgo#772345, bgo#772389,
bgo#772415, bgo#772552, bgo#772683, bgo#772695, bgo#772775,
bgo#772859, bgo#772922, bgo#772926, bgo#773029, bgo#773082,
bgo#773113, bgo#773180, bgo#773246.
+ Updated translations.

==== jasper ====
Subpackages: libjasper-devel libjasper1 libjasper1-32bit

- Update summaries. Use %_smp_mflags for parallel build.

==== kactivitymanagerd ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kcm_sddm ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kde-cli-tools5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kde-gtk-config5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kde-user-manager ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
- Remove upstream patches:
* do-not-request-root-password-when-changing-avatar.diff

==== kernel-source ====
Version update (4.8.4 -> 4.8.6)
Subpackages: kernel-default kernel-default-devel kernel-devel kernel-docs
kernel-macros kernel-syms

- x86/smpboot: Init apic mapping before usage (bnc#1006417).
- commit 7d70b08
- Linux 4.8.6 (: :).
- commit dbb68be
- btrfs: fix races on root_log_ctx lists (bsc#1007653).
- commit 1e904fd
- Linux 4.8.5 (: :).
- commit 9148e7c
- drm/radeon: Hide the HW cursor while it's out of bounds
- drm/radeon: Also call cursor_move_locked when the cursor size
changes (bsc#1000433).
- drm/radeon: Always store CRTC relative radeon_crtc->cursor_x/y
values (bsc#1000433).
- commit 30e023d
- ALSA: seq: Fix time account regression (boo#1006825).
- commit 9168b92
- drm/fb-helper: Don't call dirty callback for untouched clips
- commit 092ed80

==== kgamma5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== khotkeys5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: khotkeys5-devel

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kinfocenter5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kmenuedit5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kscreen5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kscreenlocker ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: libKScreenLocker5

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== ksshaskpass5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== ksysguard5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== kwin5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: kwin5-devel

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
- Remove upstream patches:
* 0001-platformx-x11-Add-a-freeze-protection-against-OpenGL.patch
* 0002-platformx-x11-Add-a-freeze-protection-against-OpenGL.patch
* 0003-Remove-most-overhead-caused-by-the-freeze-detection-.patch
* 0004-Do-a-count-down-of-framesToTestForSafety.patch
* 0005-Use-only-one-timer-to-detect-freezes-and-other-optim.patch
* 0006-Test-3-frames-for-freezes-by-default.patch
* 0007-Only-call-PostLastGuardedFrame-when-OpenGLCompositin.patch

==== ldb ====
Version update (1.1.26 -> 1.1.27)
Subpackages: libldb1 libldb1-32bit

- Update to 1.1.27
+ performance improvements
+ VLV control improvements

==== libcares2 ====
Version update (1.11.0 -> 1.12.0)

- Version update to 1.12.0:
* Fixes bsc#1007728 CVE-2016-5180
* api: add ARES_OPT_NOROTATE optmask value
* Collection of bugfixes

==== libkdecoration2 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: libkdecoration2-devel libkdecorations2-5 libkdecorations2private5

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== libkscreen2 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: libKF5Screen7 libkscreen2-devel libkscreen2-plugin

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== libksysguard5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: libksysguard5-devel libksysguard5-helper

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== libnettle ====
Version update (3.2 -> 3.3)
Subpackages: libhogweed4 libhogweed4-32bit libnettle-devel libnettle6

- libnettle 3.3:
* Invalid private RSA keys, with an even modulo, are now
rejected by rsa_private_key_prepare. (Earlier versions
allowed such keys, even if results of using them were bogus).
Nettle applications are required to call
rsa_private_key_prepare and check the return value, before
using any other RSA private key functions; failing to do so
may result in crashes for invalid private keys.
* Ignore bit 255 of the x coordinate of the input point to
curve25519_mul, as required by RFC 7748. To differentiate at
compile time, curve25519.h defines the constant
* RSA and DSA now use side-channel silent modular
exponentiation, to defend against attacks on the private key
from evil processes sharing the same processor cache. This
attack scenario is of particular relevance when running an
HTTPS server on a virtual machine, where you don't know who
you share the cache hardware with.
bsc#991464 CVE-2016-6489
* Fix sexp-conv crashes on invalid input
* Fix out-of-bounds read in des_weak_p
* Fix a couple of formally undefined shift operations
* Fix compilation with c89
* New function memeql_sec, for side-channel silent comparison
of two memory areas.
* Building the public key support of nettle now requires GMP
version 5.0 or later (unless --enable-mini-gmp is used).

==== libusb-1_0 ====
Version update (1.0.20 -> 1.0.21)
Subpackages: libusb-1_0-0 libusb-1_0-0-32bit libusb-1_0-devel

- Update to version 1.0.21
* Core: Refactor code related to transfer flags and timeout handling
* Darwin: Ignore root hub simulation devices
* Darwin: Improved support for OS X El Capitan
* Darwin: Work around devices with buggy endpoint descriptors
* Darwin: Do not use objc_registerThreadWithCollector after its deprecation
* Darwin: Use C11 atomics on 10.12+ as the OS atomics are now deprecated
* Linux: Support preallocating kernel memory for zerocopy USB
* Linux: Deal with receiving POLLERR before all transfers have completed
* Solaris: Add solaris backend
* Windows: Add Visual Studio 2015 support
* Windows: Add usbdk backend
* Prevent attempts to recursively handle events
* Fix race condition in handle_timeout()
* Allow transferred argument to be optional in bulk APIs
* Various other bug fixes and improvements
- Fix source url

==== libyui-qt-pkg ====
Version update (2.45.10 -> 2.45.11)

- avoid duplicate entries in package groups view (bnc#852073)
- 2.45.11

==== linux-atm ====

- linux-atm-2.5.2-fix-header-conflict.patch: avoid conflict with kernel

==== mercurial ====
Version update (3.9.1 -> 4.0)
Subpackages: mercurial-lang

- Mercurial 4.0
This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release. Unlike other
4.0 software releases, this is simply 3.9 + .1, so it should be the usual
pain-free upgrade.
+ Features
* The following commands now also have experimental formatter support:
'hg version', 'hg grep' and 'hg config'
* New template keywords and functions: `termwidth`, `mod(a, b)`,
* Basic arithmetic operations in template such as `termwidth - 10`
* `follow()` revset takes new `startrev` parameter
* Bash completion now allows skipping potentially expensive status call
for completing 'hg status' arguments, using $HGCOMPLETE_NOSTATUS
environment variable
+ Improvements
* A number of changes were made to move and copy tracking, to make sure
move and copy information is not lost during commands like 'hg graft'
* Compound revset expression is now properly ordered
* Python 3 support has received a lot of improvements (but will take a
lot of additional work)
* zlib performance in hgweb is improved, and it's possible to control zlib
compression level using server.zliblevel option
- Refreshed mercurial-hgk-path-fix.diff and mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch

==== milou5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== mutter ====
Subpackages: libmutter0 mutter-data

- Add mutter-fix-startup.patch: Fix slow startup notification for
some gtk3 apps when running on wayland (bgo#768531).

==== nano ====
Version update (2.7.0 -> 2.7.1)
Subpackages: nano-lang

- GNU nano 2.7.1:
* add ability to display line numbers
* fix some bugs with scrolling in softwrap mode
* stricter parsing of key rebindungs
* marks a new buffer as modified when the output of a command
(^R ^X) has been read into it

==== ncurses ====
Subpackages: libncurses5 libncurses6 libncurses6-32bit ncurses-devel
ncurses-utils tack terminfo terminfo-base

- Drop patch ncurses-5.9-environment.dif as YaST2 ncurses GUI does
not need it anymore and as well as it causes bug bsc#1000662
- Add ncurses patch 20161022
+ modify tset -w (and tput reset) to update the program's copy of the
screensize if it was already set in the system, to improve tabstop
setting which relies upon knowing the actual screensize.
+ add functionality of tset -w to tput, like the "-c" feature this is
not optional in tput.
+ add "clear" as a possible link/alias to tput.
+ improve tput's check for being called as "init" or "reset" to allow
for transformed names.
+ split-out the "clear" function from progs/clear.c, share with
tput to get the same behavior, e.g., the E3 extension.
- Add ncurses patch 20161015
+ amend internal use of tputs to consistently use the number of lines
affected, e.g., for insert/delete character operations. While
merging terminfo source early in 1995, several descriptions used the
"*" proportional delay for these operations, prompting a change in
+ regenerate llib-* files.
+ regenerate HTML manpages.
+ fix several formatting issues with manual pages.
- Add ncurses patch 20161008
+ adjust size in infocmp/tic to work with strlcpy.
+ fix configure script to record when strlcat is found on OpenBSD.
+ build-fix for "recent" OpenBSD vs baudrate.

==== net-tools ====
Subpackages: net-tools-deprecated

- net-tools-1.60-fix-header-conflict.patch: use kernel headers to avoid
conflict with user-space headers

==== oxygen5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: oxygen5-cursors oxygen5-decoration oxygen5-devel oxygen5-lang
oxygen5-sounds oxygen5-style

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== perl-DBD-ODBC ====
Version update (1.52 -> 1.56)

- updated to 1.56
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DBD-ODBC/Changes
1.56 2016-10-06
Full release of the 1.53 development series
One version skipped because of indexing problems.
1.53_2 2016-02-03
Add new FAQs
1.53_1 2015-10-16
Strictly speaking this is a bug fix to DBI and not DBD::ODBC but DBI
now supports 64 bit row counts where an IV in perl is 64 bits. However, it
necessitated changes to DBD::ODBC to pick up the fix. odbc_rows (my
since 2012) is still supported but should no longer be required so long as
use this DBD::ODBC and DBI 1.633_92 or above.
Removed dbd_st_rows and now setting DBIc_ROW_COUNT.
Add tables and table_info section to deviations from the DBI spec.
Change column name in t/rt_101579.t as "method" is a reserved word
in. Teradata Thanks to Zhenyi Zhou.
Remove duplicate dynamic_config from META.yml.

==== perl-Params-Validate ====
Version update (1.25 -> 1.26)

- updated to 1.26
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Params-Validate/Changes
1.26 2016-10-06
- Reverted to Module::Build. The use of EUMM in 1.25 broke Windows builds.

==== plasma-framework ====
Subpackages: plasma-framework-components plasma-framework-devel

- Add 0001-make-sure-OSD-doesnt-have-Dialog-flag.patch to fix an
issue by which OSD (like volume changes notifications) were
not shown when panel was hidden (kde#370433).

==== plasma-nm5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: plasma-nm5-openconnect plasma-nm5-openvpn plasma-nm5-pptp

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-addons ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-desktop ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-integration ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-openSUSE ====
Subpackages: plasma5-defaults-openSUSE plasma5-theme-openSUSE
plasma5-workspace-branding-openSUSE sddm-theme-openSUSE

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
- Remove git URL for now

==== plasma5-pa ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-session ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== plasma5-workspace ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: drkonqi5 plasma5-workspace-devel plasma5-workspace-libs

- Call qtpaths with an absolute path in startkde to make sure the
system one is used (boo#1004769)
- Add use-nearest-aspect-ratio-available-wallpaper.diff to improve the
selection of wallpapers keeping the same (or as similar as possible)
aspect ratio (boo#990257). Include the latest changes submitted
upstream to work better with QUAD HD screen resolutions.
- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
- Remove upstream patches:
* fix-sddm-theme-logic.diff
* remove-sddm-graphicaleffects-dep.patch

==== polkit-kde-agent-5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== powerdevil5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== ppp ====

- fix-header-conflict.patch: avoid conflict with kernel headers

==== python-pyparsing ====
Version update (2.0.7 -> 2.1.10)

- update to version 2.1.10:
* Fixed bug in reporting named parse results for ZeroOrMore
expressions, thanks Ethan Nash for reporting this!
* Fixed behavior of LineStart to be much more predictable.
LineStart can now be used to detect if the next parse position is
col 1, factoring in potential leading whitespace (which would
cause LineStart to fail). Also fixed a bug in col, which is used
in LineStart, where '\n's were erroneously considered to be column
* Added support for multiline test strings in runTests.
* Fixed bug in ParseResults.dump when keys were not strings. Also
changed display of string values to show them in quotes, to help
distinguish parsed numeric strings from parsed integers that have
been converted to Python ints.
- update to version 2.1.9:
* Added class CloseMatch, a variation on Literal which matches
"close" matches, that is, strings with at most 'n' mismatching
* Fixed bug in Keyword.setDefaultKeywordChars(), reported by
Kobayashi Shinji - nice catch, thanks!
* Minor API change in pyparsing_common. Renamed some of the common
expressions to PEP8 format (to be consistent with the other
pyparsing_common expressions):
+ signedInteger -> signed_integer
+ sciReal -> sci_real
Also, in trying to stem the API bloat of pyparsing, I've copied
some of the global expressions and helper parse actions into
pyparsing_common, with the originals to be deprecated and removed
in a future release:
+ commaSeparatedList -> pyparsing_common.comma_separated_list
+ upcaseTokens -> pyparsing_common.upcaseTokens
+ downcaseTokens -> pyparsing_common.downcaseTokens
* Fixed Python3 compatibility bug when using dict keys() and
values() in ParseResults.getName().
* After some prodding, I've reworked the file for
pyparsing over the past few releases. It uses some variations on
unittest to handle my testing style. The test now:
+ auto-discovers its test classes (while maintining their order
of definition)
+ suppresses voluminous 'print' output for tests that pass
- update to version 2.1.8:
* Fixed issue in the optimization to _trim_arity, when the full
stacktrace is retrieved to determine if a TypeError is raised in
pyparsing or in the caller's parse action. Code was traversing the
full stacktrace, and potentially encountering UnicodeDecodeError.
* Fixed bug in ParserElement.inlineLiteralsUsing, causing infinite
loop with Suppress.
* Fixed bug in Each, when merging named results from multiple
expressions in a ZeroOrMore or OneOrMore. Also fixed bug when
ZeroOrMore expressions were erroneously treated as required
expressions in an Each expression.
* Added a few more inline doc examples.
* Improved use of runTests in several example scripts.
- changes from version 2.1.7:
* Fixed regression reported by Andrea Censi (surfaced in PyContracts
tests) when using ParseSyntaxExceptions (raised when using
operator '-') with packrat parsing.
* Minor fix to oneOf, to accept all iterables, not just
space-delimited strings and lists. (If you have a list or set of
strings, it is not necessary to concat them using ' '.join to pass
them to oneOf, oneOf will accept the list or set or generator
- changes from version 2.1.6 :
* *Major packrat upgrade*, inspired by patch provided by Tal Einat -
many, many, thanks to Tal for working on this! Tal's tests show
faster parsing performance (2X in some tests), *and* memory
reduction from 3GB down to ~100MB! Requires no changes to
existing code using packratting. (Uses OrderedDict, available in
Python 2.7 and later. For Python 2.6 users, will attempt to
import from ordereddict backport. If not present, will implement
pure-Python Fifo dict.)
* Minor API change - to better distinguish between the flexible
numeric types defined in pyparsing_common, I've changed "numeric"
(which parsed numbers of different types and returned int for
ints, float for floats, etc.) and "number" (which parsed numbers
of int or float type, and returned all floats) to "number" and
"fnumber" respectively. I hope the "f" prefix of "fnumber" will be
a better indicator of its internal conversion of parsed values to
floats, while the generic "number" is similar to the flexible
number syntax in other languages. Also fixed a bug in
pyparsing_common.numeric (now renamed to pyparsing_common.number),
integers were parsed and returned as floats instead of being
retained as ints.
* Fixed bug in upcaseTokens and downcaseTokens introduced in 2.1.5,
when the parse action was used in conjunction with results names.
Reported by Steven Arcangeli from the dql project, thanks for your
patience, Steven!
* Major change to docs! After seeing some comments on reddit about
general issue with docs of Python modules, and thinking that I'm a
little overdue in doing some doc tuneup on pyparsing, I decided to
following the suggestions of the redditor and add more inline
examples to the pyparsing reference documentation. I hope this
addition will clarify some of the more common questions people
have, especially when first starting with pyparsing/Python.
* Deprecated ParseResults.asXML. I've never been too happy with this
method, and it usually forces some unnatural code in the parsers
in order to get decent tag names. The amount of guesswork that
asXML has to do to try to match names with values should have been
a red flag from day one. If you are using asXML, you will need to
implement your own ParseResults->XML serialization. Or consider
migrating to a more current format such as JSON (which is very
easy to do: results_as_json = json.dumps(parse_result.asDict())
Hopefully, when I remove this code in a future version, I'll also
be able to simplify some of the craziness in ParseResults, which
IIRC was only there to try to make asXML work.
* Updated traceParseAction parse action decorator to show the repr
of the input and output tokens, instead of the str format, since
str has been simplified to just show the token list content.
- update to version 2.1.5:
* Added ParserElement.split() generator method, similar to
re.split(). Includes optional arguments maxsplit (to limit the
number of splits), and includeSeparators (to include the
separating matched text in the returned output, default=False).
* Added a new parse action construction helper tokenMap, which will
apply a function and optional arguments to each element in a
* Added more expressions to pyparsing_common:
+ IPv4 and IPv6 addresses (including long, short, and mixed
forms of IPv6)
+ MAC address
+ ISO8601 date and date time strings (with named fields for
year, month, etc.)
+ UUID (xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx)
+ hex integer (returned as int)
+ fraction (integer '/' integer, returned as float)
+ mixed integer (integer '-' fraction, or just fraction,
returned as float)
+ stripHTMLTags (parse action to remove tags from HTML source)
+ parse action helpers convertToDate and convertToDatetime to do
custom parse time conversions of parsed ISO8601 strings
* runTests now returns a two-tuple: success if all tests succeed,
and an output list of each test and its output lines.
* Added failureTests argument (default=False) to runTests, so that
tests can be run that are expected failures, and runTests' success
value will return True only if all tests *fail* as expected. Also,
parseAll now defaults to True.
* New example, shows samples of parsing integer and real
numbers using locale-dependent formats
- changes from version 2.1.4:
* Split out the '==' behavior in ParserElement, now implemented as
the ParserElement.matches() method. Using '==' for string test
purposes will be removed in a future release.
* Expanded capabilities of runTests(). Will now accept embedded
comments (default is Python style, leading '#' character, but
customizable). Comments will be emitted along with the tests and
test output. Useful during test development, to create a test
string consisting only of test case description comments separated
by blank lines, and then fill in the test cases. Will also
highlight ParseFatalExceptions with "(FATAL)".
* Added a 'pyparsing_common' class containing common/helpful little
expressions such as integer, float, identifier, etc. I used this
class as a sort of embedded namespace, to contain these helpers
without further adding to pyparsing's namespace bloat.
* Minor enhancement to traceParseAction decorator, to retain the
parse action's name for the trace output.
* Added optional 'fatal' keyword arg to addCondition, to indicate
that a condition failure should halt parsing immediately.
- changes from version 2.1.3:
* _trim_arity fix in 2.1.2 was very version-dependent on Py 3.5.0.
Now works for Python 2.x, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5.0, and 3.5.1 (and
hopefully beyond).
- changes from version 2.1.2:
* Fixed bug in _trim_arity when pyparsing code is included in a
PyInstaller, reported by maluwa.
* Fixed catastrophic regex backtracking in implementation of the
quoted string expressions (dblQuotedString, sglQuotedString, and
quotedString). Reported on the pyparsing wiki by webpentest, good
catch! (Also tuned up some other expressions susceptible to the
same backtracking problem, such as cStyleComment, cppStyleComment,
- update to version 2.1.1:
* Added support for assigning to ParseResults using slices.
* Fixed bug in ParseResults.toDict(), in which dict values were
always converted to dicts, even if they were just unkeyed lists of
tokens. Reported on SO by Gerald Thibault, thanks Gerald!
* Fixed bug in SkipTo when using failOn, reported by robyschek,
* Fixed bug in Each introduced in 2.1.0, reported by AND patch and
unit test submitted by robyschek, well done!
* Removed use of functools.partial in replaceWith, as this creates
an ambiguous signature for the generated parse action, which fails
in PyPy. Reported by Evan Hubinger, thanks Evan!
* Added default behavior to QuotedString to convert embedded '\t',
'\n', etc. characters to their whitespace counterparts. Found
during Q&A exchange on SO with Maxim.
- update to version 2.1.0:
* Modified the internal _trim_arity method to distinguish between
TypeError's raised while trying to determine parse action arity
and those raised within the parse action itself. This will clear
up those confusing "<lambda>() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)"
error messages when there is an actual TypeError in the body of
the parse action. Thanks to all who have raised this issue in the
past, and most recently to Michael Cohen, who sent in a proposed
patch, and got me to finally tackle this problem.
* Added compatibility for pickle protocols 2-4 when pickling
ParseResults. In Python 2.x, protocol 0 was the default, and
protocol 2 did not work. In Python 3.x, protocol 3 is the
default, so explicitly naming protocol 0 or 1 was required to
pickle ParseResults. With this release, all protocols 0-4 are
supported. Thanks for reporting this on StackOverflow, Arne
Wolframm, and for providing a nice simple test case!
* Added optional 'stopOn' argument to ZeroOrMore and OneOrMore, to
simplify breaking on stop tokens that would match the repetition
It is a common problem to fail to look ahead when matching
repetitive tokens if the sentinel at the end also matches the
repetition expression, as when parsing "BEGIN aaa bbb ccc END"
"BEGIN" + OneOrMore(Word(alphas)) + "END"
Since "END" matches the repetition expression "Word(alphas)", it
will never get parsed as the terminating sentinel. Up until now,
this has to be resolved by the user inserting their own negative
"BEGIN" + OneOrMore(~Literal("END") + Word(alphas)) + "END"
Using stopOn, they can more easily write:
"BEGIN" + OneOrMore(Word(alphas), stopOn="END") + "END"
The stopOn argument can be a literal string or a pyparsing
expression. Inspired by a question by Lamakaha on StackOverflow
(and many previous questions with the same negative-lookahead
* Added expression names for many internal and builtin expressions,
to reduce name and error message overhead during parsing.
* Converted helper lambdas to functions to refactor and add
docstring support.
* Fixed ParseResults.asDict() to correctly convert nested
ParseResults values to dicts.
* Cleaned up some examples, fixed typo in identified by
aristotle2600 on reddit.
* Removed keepOriginalText helper method, which was deprecated ages
ago. Superceded by originalTextFor.
* Same for the Upcase class, which was long ago deprecated and
replaced with the upcaseTokens method.

==== python3-setuptools ====
Version update (28.6.1 -> 28.7.1)

- update to version 28.7.1:
* #827: Update PyPI root for dependency links.
* #833: Backed out changes from #830 as the implementation seems to
have problems in some cases.
- changes from version 28.7.0:
* #832: Moved much of the namespace package handling functionality
into a separate module for re-use in something like #789.
* #830: sdist command no longer suppresses the inclusion of data
files, re-aligning with the expectation of distutils and
addressing #274 and #521.

==== rpm ====
Subpackages: rpm-32bit rpm-build rpm-devel

- Correct summary/description of -lang subpackages

==== rubygem-fast_gettext ====
Version update (1.2.0 -> 1.3.0)

- updated to version 1.3.0
see installed CHANGELOG

==== samba ====
Version update (4.4.5 -> 4.5.0)
Subpackages: libdcerpc-binding0 libdcerpc-binding0-32bit libdcerpc0
libdcerpc0-32bit libndr-krb5pac0 libndr-krb5pac0-32bit libndr-nbt0
libndr-nbt0-32bit libndr-standard0 libndr-standard0-32bit libndr0 libndr0-32bit
libnetapi0 libnetapi0-32bit libsamba-credentials0 libsamba-credentials0-32bit
libsamba-errors0 libsamba-errors0-32bit libsamba-hostconfig0
libsamba-hostconfig0-32bit libsamba-passdb0 libsamba-passdb0-32bit
libsamba-util0 libsamba-util0-32bit libsamdb0 libsamdb0-32bit
libsmbclient-devel libsmbclient0 libsmbconf0 libsmbconf0-32bit libsmbldap0
libsmbldap0-32bit libtevent-util0 libtevent-util0-32bit libwbclient0
libwbclient0-32bit samba-client samba-client-32bit samba-doc samba-libs
samba-libs-32bit samba-winbind samba-winbind-32bit

- Include vfstest in samba-test; (bsc#1001203).
- s3/winbindd: using default domain with user@xxxxxxxxxx format
fails; (bsc#997833).
- Fix segfault in libnss_wins; (bso#12277); (bso#12269); (bsc#995730).
- Update to 4.5.0
+ NTLM1 Authentication disabled by default
+ SMB2.1 leases enabled by default
+ Support for OFD locks
+ ctdb tool rewritten
+ Added shadow copy snapshot prefix parameter
- Fix illegal memory access after memory has been deleted;
(bso#11836); (bsc#975299).
- Don't package man pages for VFS modules that aren't built;
- Fix population of ctdb sysconfig after source merge; (bsc#981566).
- Enable vfs_ceph builds for Factory (x86-64)
+ Package as samba-ceph to avoid Ceph dependency in base package.

==== shadow ====

- add keyring, three public keys from

==== skanlite ====
Version update (2.0 -> 2.0.1)
Subpackages: skanlite-lang

- Fix source URL
- Update to version 2.0.1:
* added appdata-xml
* updated documentation
- Removed upstreamed patch fix_translations_install.patch

==== sudo ====
Version update (1.8.18 -> 1.8.18p1)

- update to 1.8.18p1 with these major changes:
* When is used, the WRDE_NOCMD flag is now added
if the wordexp() function is called. This prevents commands
from being run via wordexp() without disabling it entirely.
* On Linux systems, now uses a seccomp filter to
disable execute access if the kernel supports seccomp. This is
more robust than the traditional method of using stub functions
that return an error.

==== systemsettings5 ====
Version update (5.8.2 -> 5.8.3)
Subpackages: systemsettings5-devel

- Update to 5.8.3
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:

==== talloc ====
Version update (2.1.6 -> 2.1.8)
Subpackages: libtalloc2 libtalloc2-32bit python-talloc python-talloc-32bit

- Update to version 2.1.8.
+ performance improvements
+ Fix memory leak when destructors reparent children; (bso#11901).

==== tdb ====
Version update (1.3.8 -> 1.3.11)
Subpackages: libtdb1 libtdb1-32bit

- Update to version 1.3.11.
+ performance improvements
+ make pthread mutex code more portable
+ avoid a race condition when checking for robust mutexes
+ Remove use of strcpy in tdb test.
+ eliminate deprecation warnings in python tests
+ Only set public headers field when installing as a public library.

==== tevent ====
Version update (0.9.28 -> 0.9.29)
Subpackages: libtevent0 libtevent0-32bit

- Update to version 0.9.29.
+ performance improvements.

==== yast2-bootloader ====
Version update (3.2.4 -> 3.2.6)

- set pmbr flag only on GPT disks (bsc#1008092)
- 3.2.6
- Use the system-wide locale (/etc/sysconfig/language:RC_LANG) when
generating the GRUB2 menu (bsc#998152)
- 3.2.5

==== yast2-installation ====
Version update (3.2.5 -> 3.2.6)

- Added support for read-only proposal modules (fate#321739)
- 3.2.6
- Documentation for subvolumes in control.xml (fate#321737)

==== yast2-kdump ====
Version update (3.1.42 -> 3.2.0)

- fix typos in kdump help (bsc#703145)
- 3.2.0

==== yast2-network ====
Version update (3.2.8 -> 3.2.9)

- Make network summary consistent with other summaries
- 3.2.9

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