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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20170609 released!

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Packages changed:
perl-Date-Manip (6.58 -> 6.59)
perl-DateTime-Locale (1.050000 -> 1.160000)
perl-DateTime-TimeZone (2.01 -> 2.13)
perl-Log-Dispatch (2.58 -> 2.63)
xf86-input-wacom
xf86-video-mga

=== Details ===

==== perl-Date-Manip ====
Version update (6.58 -> 6.59)

- updated to 6.59
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Date-Manip/Changes

==== perl-DateTime-Locale ====
Version update (1.050000 -> 1.160000)

- updated to 1.16
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-Locale/Changes
1.16 2017-03-22
- Rebuilt all locale data with CLDR 31, released on 2017-03-20.
1.15 2017-03-15 (TRIAL RELEASE)
- Most data is now stored in a share dir and only loaded as needed. This
should reduce the memory usage from just loading DateTime::Locale by about
4mb. Based on a PR by sergey. GH #14.
1.14 2017-03-05
- Codes with just a language and script code were not parsed correctly,
leading to bugs in their data, so that they did not report a script_code,
nor did their name reflect the script. So for example "bs-Latn" was just
"Bosnian" instead of "Bosnian Latin".
1.13 2017-03-05
- Fixed a regression bug where providing a locale's English name or native
name to DateTime::Locale->load no longer worked. Fixed by Sergey. GH #13.
1.12 2017-01-29
- Rebuilt all locale data with CLDR 30.0.3, released on 2016-12-02.
1.11 2016-11-12
- Switched from RT to the GitHub issue tracker.
1.10 2016-10-22
- Don't let warnings from other modules cause t/09version-check.t to
fail. Reported by Graham Ollis. RT #118465
1.09 2016-10-10
- Rebuilt all locale data with CLDR 30, released on 2016-10-05.
1.08 2016-09-23
- Require namespace::autoclean 0.19+.
1.07 2016-09-17
- Bump minimum required Perl to 5.8.4 from 5.8.1. This matches DateTime.pm
itself.
1.06 2016-09-16
- Replaced Params::Validate with Params::ValidationCompiler.

==== perl-DateTime-TimeZone ====
Version update (2.01 -> 2.13)

- updated to 2.13
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-TimeZone/Changes
2.13 2017-06-01
- Really fix the indexing issue. For reals this time. I'm totally not
kidding. Thanks to Grinnz on #metacpan for giving me the solution.
2.12 2017-06-01
- Attempting to fix indexing of DateTime::TimeZone::Catalog on metacpan
again. No real code or zone changes. Reported by Greg Oscwhald. GH #19.
- updated to 2.11
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DateTime-TimeZone/Changes
2.11 2017-03-22
- This release is based on version 2017b of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Haiti.
2.10 2017-03-01
- This release is based on version 2017a of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Mongolia and Chile.
2.09 2016-11-24
- This release is based on version 2016j of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Russia (Europe/Saratov).
2.08 2016-11-12
- Switched from RT to the GitHub issue tracker.
2.07 2016-11-02
- This release is based on version 2016i of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Tonga and Antarctica/Casey. There is also
a new zone for Northern Cyprus, Asia/Famagusta, which differs from other
parts of Cyprus.
2.06 2016-10-20
- This release is based on version 2016h of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Palestine.
2.05 2016-09-28
- This release is based on version 2016g of the Olson database. This release
includes contemporary changes for Turkey.
2.04 2016-09-26
- Automatically add the latest version of DateTime::Time::Local::Win32 as a
prereqs on Windows system automatically when building the release.
2.03 2016-09-17
- Bump minimum required Perl to 5.8.4 from 5.8.1. This matches DateTime.pm
itself.
2.02 2016-09-16
- Replaced Params::Validate with Params::ValidationCompiler.

==== perl-Log-Dispatch ====
Version update (2.58 -> 2.63)

- updated to 2.63
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Log-Dispatch/Changes
2.63 2017-02-19
- Updated the conflicting version for Log::Dispatch::File::Stamped in
metadata (due to changes in handling of close_after_write). Patch by Karen
Etheridge. GitHub #41.
2.62 2017-02-13
- Devel::Confess was accidentally being loaded in Log::Dispatch. Fixed by
Karen Etheridge. GitHub #39.
2.61 2017-02-13
- The 2.60 release would throw an exception if the logged message was
empty. While this makes sense, it also breaks backwards compatibility, so it
has been reverted. Reported by Greg Oschwald. GitHub #38.
- The 2.60 release would throw an exception if you tried to create a Syslog
output where the ident was an empty string. Reported by Greg
Oschwald. GitHub #38.
2.60 2017-02-12
- Same as 2.59 ... Switched from Params::Validate to
Params::ValidationCompiler. This should speed up constructors and logging a
little bit. This also allows Log::Dispatch::File to accept things like
Path::Tiny objects for filenames. Reported by Joel Berger. GitHub #36.
2.59 2017-02-05 (TRIAL RELEASE)
- Switched from Params::Validate to Params::ValidationCompiler. This should
speed up constructors and logging a little bit. This also allows
Log::Dispatch::File to accept things like Path::Tiny objects for
filenames. Reported by Joel Berger. GitHub #36.

==== xf86-input-wacom ====

- includes everything needed for missing sle issue entries:
fate #315643-315645, 319159-319161, 319618 (bsc#1041642)

==== xf86-video-mga ====

- includes everything needed for missing sle issue entries:
fate #315643-315645, 319159-319161, 319618 (bsc#1041661)


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