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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20170704 released!

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Packages changed:
ImageMagick (7.0.5.6 -> 7.0.6.0)
SDL
SDL2
SUSEConnect (0.3.1 -> 0.3.2)
adobe-sourcecodepro-fonts (2.010 -> 2.030)
bind
btrfsprogs
cups (2.1.3 -> 2.2.3)
cups-filters (1.13.3 -> 1.14.0)
dbus-1 (1.10.18 -> 1.10.20)
dbus-1-x11 (1.10.18 -> 1.10.20)
desktop-file-utils
device-mapper
dmz-icon-theme-cursors (11.2.0 -> 11.3.0)
gcc7 (7.1.1+r248590 -> 7.1.1+r249772)
gconf2
installation-images-Kubic (14.319 -> 14.320)
installation-images-openSUSE (14.319 -> 14.320)
iproute2 (4.9 -> 4.11)
kapptemplate (17.04.1 -> 17.04.2)
kolourpaint (17.04.1 -> 17.04.2)
libalkimia (4.3.2 -> 5.0.0)
libgcrypt (1.7.7 -> 1.7.8)
libmwaw
libpng16 (1.6.29 -> 1.6.30)
libssh2_org
libstaroffice
libyui-qt-pkg (2.45.12 -> 2.45.13)
llvm (4.0.0 -> 4.0.1)
llvm4 (4.0.0 -> 4.0.1)
lvm2
perl-DBD-mysql (4.042 -> 4.043)
perl-File-ShareDir (1.102 -> 1.104)
perl-Net-DNS (1.10 -> 1.11)
procps
python-cffi (1.9.1 -> 1.10.0)
python-chardet (2.3.0 -> 3.0.4)
python-enum34
python-py (1.4.32 -> 1.4.34)
python-pyasn1
python-pywbem (0.7.0 -> 0.10.0)
python-requests (2.13.0 -> 2.18.1)
python-rpm-macros (2017.05.09.fc237de -> 2017.06.21.6641889)
shotwell
texlive
tracker (1.12.0 -> 1.12.1)
tracker-extras (1.12.0 -> 1.12.1)
urlscan (0.8.3 -> 0.8.6)
virtualbox
wine (2.6 -> 2.11)
xapian-core (1.4.3 -> 1.4.4)
yast2-online-update-configuration (3.1.5 -> 3.1.6)

=== Details ===

==== ImageMagick ====
Version update (7.0.5.6 -> 7.0.6.0)
Subpackages: ImageMagick-devel ImageMagick-extra libMagick++-7_Q16HDRI2
libMagickCore-7_Q16HDRI2 libMagickWand-7_Q16HDRI0 perl-PerlMagick

- updated to 7.0.6-0
* coders/png.c: Accept exIf chunks whose data segment
erroneously begins with "Exif\0\0".
* Introduce SetMagickSecurityPolicy() (MagickCore) and
MagickSetSecurityPolicy() (MagickWand) to set the ImageMagick security
policy (reference https://github.com/ImageMagick/ImageMagick/issues/407).
* Removed experimental PNG zxIF chunk support; the proposal is dead.
* Fix choppy bitmap font rendering (reference
https://www.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=32071).
* The +opaque option is not longer a noop (reference
https://www.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=32081).
* Add support for 'hex:' property.
* Transient error validating the JPEG-2000 image format (reference
https://github.com/ImageMagick/ImageMagick/issues/501).
* Properly allocate DCM image colormap (reference
https://www.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=32063).
* Improper allocation of memory for IM instances without threads (reference
https://github.com/ImageMagick/ImageMagick/issues/497).
* Delete corrupt image from list (reference
https://github.com/ImageMagick/ImageMagick/issues/500).
* Support various image operators for the compare utility (reference
https://www.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=31938).

==== SDL ====
Subpackages: libSDL-1_2-0 libSDL-devel

- libspe2 doesn't exist any more

==== SDL2 ====

- libspe2 doesn't exist any more

==== SUSEConnect ====
Version update (0.3.1 -> 0.3.2)

- Update to 0.3.2:
- Fix --namespace parameter persistence (bsc#1044493)

==== adobe-sourcecodepro-fonts ====
Version update (2.010 -> 2.030)

- Update to version 2.030 ( roman fonts ) / 1.050 ( italic fonts )
* Redesigns box drawing shades (issue #57).
* Correctly maps forms for phi (U+03C6 and U+03D5) (issue #120)
* Zeros widths of fraction characters in frac feature (
issue #121).
* Adds TrueType hints to box drawing characters (issue #122).
* Adds alternates for l (lowercase L) and 1. (issue #126)
* Corrects OpenType feature rules relating to capital figures.
(issue #127)
* Fixes final names for fi and fl ligatures to f_i and f_l.
(issue #128)
* Updates TT hinting for Block- and Quadrant glyphs
(U+2080 ? U+209F).
* Adds manual TT hints to specific Box Drawing Characters for
improved horizontal connection.
* Updates the design of 1s in all styles for better character
recognition.
* Removes colored artwork from default forms of glyphs.
* Adds IVSes for emoji representation for pictorial glyphs.
* Removes NULL (U+0000) and CR (U+000D) glyphs from TrueType
fonts.
* Gzips SVG table documents.

==== bind ====
Subpackages: bind-chrootenv bind-doc bind-utils idnkit libbind9-140 libdns165
libidnkit1 libirs141 libisc160 libisccc140 libisccfg140 liblwres141

- Run systemctl daemon-reload even when this is not build with
systemd support: if installing bind on a systemd service and not
reloading systemd daemon, then the service 'named' is not known
right after package installation, causing confusion.
- Added bind-CVE-2017-3142-and-3143.patch to fix a security issue
where an attacker with the ability to send and receive messages
to an authoritative DNS server was able to circumvent TSIG
authentication of AXFR requests. A server that relies solely on
TSIG keys for protection with no other ACL protection could be
manipulated into (1) providing an AXFR of a zone to an
unauthorized recipient and (2) accepting bogus Notify packets.
[bsc#1046554, CVE-2017-3142, bsc#1046555, CVE-2017-3143]

==== btrfsprogs ====
Subpackages: btrfsprogs-udev-rules libbtrfs0

- btrfs-support-pie.patch: remove CFLAGS usage from linker lines,
this will allow the default PIE support to work.
- update to 4.10.2
* check: lowmem mode fix for false alert about lost backrefs
* convert: minor bugfix
* library: fix build, misisng symbols, added tests
- update to 4.10.1
* receive: handle subvolume in path clone
* convert: rollback fixed (rewrite was needed to address previous design
issues)
* build: fix build of 3rd party tools, missing <linux/sizes.h>
* dump-tree: print log trees
* other: new and updated tests
- update to 4.10
* send: dump output fixes: missing newlies
* check: several fixes for the lowmem mode, improved error reporting
* build
* removed some library deps for binaries that not use them
* ctags, cscope
* split Makefile to the autotool generated part and the rest, not needed
to autogen.sh after adding a file
* shared code: sync easy parts with kernel sources
* other
* lots of cleanups
* source file reorganization: convert, mkfs, utils
* lots of spelling fixes in docs, other updates
* more tests
- update to 4.9.1
* check:
* use correct inode number for lost+found files
* lowmem mode: fix false alert on dropped leaf
* size reports: negative numbers might appear in size reports during device
deletes (previously in EiB units)
* mkfs: print device being trimmed
* defrag: v1 ioctl support dropped
* quota: print message before starting to wait for rescan
* qgroup show: new option to sync before printing the stats
* other:
* corrupt-block enhancements
* backtrace and co. cleanups
* doc fixes
- update to 4.9
* check: many lowmem mode updates
* send: use splice syscall to copy buffer from kernel
* receive: new option to dump the stream in textual form
* convert:
* move sources to own directory
* prevent accounting of blocks beyond end of the device
* make it work with 64k sectorsize
* mkfs: move sources to own directory
* defrag: warns if directory used without -r
* dev stats:
* new option to check stats for non-zero values
* add long option for -z
* library: version bump to 0.1.2, added subvol_uuid_search2
* other:
* cleanups
* docs updates
- update to 4.8.5
* receive: fix detection of end of stream (error reported even for valid
streams)
* other:
* added test for the receive bug
* fix linking of library-test
- update to 4.8.4
* check: support for clearing space cache v2 (free-space-tree)
* send:
* more sanity checks (with tests), cleanups
* fix for fstests/btrfs/038 and btrfs/117 failures
* build:
* fix compilation of standalone ioctl.h, pull NULL definition
* fix library link errors introduced in 4.8.3
* tests:
* add more fuzzed images from bugzilla
* add bogus send stream checks
* fixups and enhancements for CI environment builds
* misc refinements and updates of testing framework
* other:
* move sources for btrfs-image to own directory
* deprecated and not build by default: btrfs-calc-size, btrfs-show-super
* docs updates
- update to 4.8.3
* check:
* support for clearing space cache (v1)
* size reduction of inode backref structure
* send:
* fix handling of multiple snapshots (-p and -c options)
* transfer buffer increased (should reduce number of context switches)
* reuse existing file for output (-f), eg. when root cannot create files (NFS)
* dump-tree:
* print missing items for various structures
* new: dev stats, balance status item
* sync key names with kernel (the persistent items)
* subvol show: now able to print the toplevel subvolume -- the creation time
might be wrong though
* mkfs:
* store the creation time of toplevel root inode
* print UUID in the summary
* build: travis CI for devel
* other:
* lots of cleanups and refactoring
* switched to on-stack path structure
* fixes from coverity, asan, ubsan
* new tests
* updates in testing infrastructure
* fixed convert test 005
- update to 4.8.2
* convert: also convert file attributes
* convert: fix wrong tree block alignment for unalianged block group
* check: quota verify fixes, handle reloc tree
* build: add stub for FIEMAP_EXTENT_SHARED, compiles on ancient kernels
* build: add stub for BUILD_ASSERT when ioctl.h is included
* dump-tree: don't crash on unrecognized tree id for -t
* tests:
* add more ioctl tests
* convert: more symlink tests, attribute tests
* quota verify for reloc tree
* other cleanups
- Add ability to provide site specific defaults for mkfs (FATE#320615).
* Only used for SLES11 defaults.
- Added patch mkfs-default-features.patch
- update to 4.8.1
* 32bit builds fixed
* build without backtrace support fixed
- update to 4.8
* error handling improvements all over the place
* new fuzzed images, test updates
* doc fixups
* minor cleanups and improvements
* kernel library helpers moved to own directory
* qgroup: fix regression leading to incorrect status after check,
introduced in 4.7
- update to 4.7.3
* fixed free space tree compat status
* check: low-mem mode: handle partially dropped snapshots
* dump-super: consolidate options for superblock copy
* tree-stats: check mount status
* subvol delete: handle verbosity option
* defrag: print correct error string
* mkfs: fix reading rotational status
* other:
* UBSAN build option
* documentation updates
* enhanced tests: convert, fuzzed images, more tools to run on fuzzed
images
- removed btrfsprogs-only-install-udev-rules-for-udev-190.patch: fix build
- update to 4.7.2
* check:
* urgent fix: false report of backref mismatches; do not --repair
last unaffected version 4.6.1 (code reverted to that state)
* fuzzing and fixes
* added more sanity checks for various structures
* testing images added
* build: udev compatibility: do not install .rules on version < 190
* other:
* dump-super: do not crash on garbage value in csum_type
* minor improvements in messages and help strings
* documentation:
* filesystem features
- Add new btrfsprogs-udev-rules package to contain the udev rules.
- Fix packaging for udev rules:
- btrfs builtin didn't exist prior to udev v190, so the rules must
depend on that version.
- Added patch:
* btrfsprogs-only-install-udev-rules-for-udev-190.patch
- update to 4.7.1
* check:
* new optional mode: optimized for low memory usage (memory/io tradeoff)
* --mode=lowmem, not default, still considered experimental
* does not work with --repair yet
* convert: regression fix, ext2_subvol/image rw permissions
* mkfs/convert:
* two-staged creation, partially created filesystem will not be recognized
* improved error handling (fewer BUG_ONs)
* convert: preparation for more filesystems to convert from
* documentation updates: quota, qgroup
* other
* message updates
* more tests
* more build options, enhanced debugging
- update to 4.7
* convert: fix creating discontig extents
* check: speed up traversing heavily reflinked extents within a file
* check: verify qgroups of higher levels
* check: repair can now fix wrong qgroup numbers
* balance: new option to run in the background
* defrag: default extent target size changed to 32MiB
* du: silently skip non-btrfs dirs/files
* documentation updates: btrfs(5), btrfs(8), balance, subvolume, scrub,
filesystem, convert
* bugfixes:
* unaligned access (reported for sparc64) in raid56 parity calculations
* use /bin/bash
* other stability fixes and cleanups
* more tests
- Removed patches:
* 0002-btrfs-progs-btrfsck-verify-qgroups-above-level-0.patch
* 0003-btrfs-progs-btrfsck-write-corrected-qgroup-info-to-d.patch
- update to 4.6.1
* fi resize: negative resize argument accepted again
* qgroup rescan: fix skipping when rescan is in progress
* mkfs: initialize stripesize to correct value
* testsuite updates, mostly convert tests
* documentation updates
* btrfs-device, btrfs-restore manual pages enhanced
* misc fixups
- update to 4.6
* convert - major rewrite:
* fix a long-standing bug that led to mixing data blocks into metadata block
groups
* the workaround was to do full balance after conversion, which was
recommended practice anyway
* explicitly set the lowest supported version of e2fstools to 1.41
* provide and install udev rules file that addresses problems with device
mapper devices, renames after removal
* send: new option: quiet
* dev usage: report slack space (device size minus filesystem area on the dev)
* image: support DUP
* build: short options to enable debugging builds
* other:
* code cleanups
* build fixes
* more tests and other enhancements
* Removed patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-free-qgroup-counts-in-btrfsck.patch
* 0169-btrfs-progs-udev-add-rules-for-dm-devices.patch
* btrfs-progs-no-PKG_CHECK_VAR
- btrfsck updates for qgroup verification and repair (fate#318144)
* We can now check all qgroup levels
* btrfsck will write out corrected qgroups when run with --repair
- Added patch: 0001-btrfs-progs-free-qgroup-counts-in-btrfsck.patch
- Added patch: 0002-btrfs-progs-btrfsck-verify-qgroups-above-level-0.patch
- Added patch: 0003-btrfs-progs-btrfsck-write-corrected-qgroup-info-to-d.patch
- update to 4.5.3
* ioctl: fix unaligned access in buffer from TREE_SEARCH; might cause SIGBUS
on architectures that do not support unaligned access and do not performa
any fixups
* improved validation checks of superblock and chunk-related structures
* subvolume sync: fix handling of -s option
* balance: adjust timing of safety delay countdown with --full-balance
* rescue super-recover: fix reversed condition check
* check: fix bytes_used accounting
* documentation updates: mount options, scrub, send, receive, select-super,
check, mkfs
* testing: new fuzzed images, for superblock and chunks
- fix build failure on 13.1: conditional default for udevdir
- fix build failure on SLE11SP4: wrong check in makefile
- Add udev rules for dm devices (bsc#912170 bsc#888215)
- Added patch: 0169-btrfs-progs-udev-add-rules-for-dm-devices.patch
- Added patch: btrfs-progs-no-PKG_CHECK_VAR
- update to 4.5.2
* new/moved command: btrfs-calc-stats -> btrfs inspect tree-stats
* check: fix false alert for metadata blocks crossing stripe boundary
* check: catch when qgroup numbers mismatch
* check: detect running quota rescan and report mismatches
* balance start: add safety delay before doing a full balance
* fi sync: is now silent
* fi show: don't miss filesystems with partially matching uuids
* dev ready: accept only one argument for device
* dev stats: print "devid:N" for a missing device instead of "(null)"
* other:
* lowest supported version of e2fsprogs is 1.41
* minor cleanups, test updates
- Removed patch: 2000-btrfs-full-balance-warning.diff
- update to 4.5.1
* mkfs: allow DUP on multidev fs
* fix static build
- update to 4.5
* new/moved commands
* btrfs-show-super -> btrfs inspect-internal dump-super
* btrfs-debug-tree -> btrfs inspect-internal dump-tree
* new commands
* btrfs fi du - calculate disk usage, including shared extents
* enhancements
* device delete - delete by id (needs kernel support, not merged to 4.6)
* check - new option to specify chunk root
* debug-tree/dump-tree - option -t understands human readable name of the
tree (along numerical ids)
* btrfs-debugfs - can dump block group information
* bugfixes
* all commands should accept the option separator "--"
* several fixes in device scan
* restore works on filesystems with sectorsize > 4k
* debug-tree/dump-tree - print compression type as string
* subvol sync: fix crash, memory corruption
* argument parsing fixes: subvol get-default, qgroup create/destroy/assign,
inspect subvolid-resolve
* check for block device or regular file in several commands
* other
* documentation updates
* manual pages for the moved tools now point to btrfs-filesystem
* testsuite updates
- Removed patch (upstream):
0001-btrfs-progs-libbtrfs-remove-max-min-macros-from-API.patch
- Recommend btrfsmaintenance
- hide min/max macros clashing with gcc 6 (bnc#966257)
(0001-btrfs-progs-libbtrfs-remove-max-min-macros-from-API.patch)
- update to 4.4.1
* find-root: don't skip the first chunk
* free-space-tree compat bits fix
* build: target symlinks
* documentation updates
* test updates
- update to 4.4
* mkfs.btrfs --data dup
* support balance filters added/enhanced in linux 4.4
* manual pages enhanced (btrfs, mkfs, mount, filesystem, balance)
* 'btrfs filesystem usage' works with mixed blockgroups
* build: installation to /usr/local
* build: the 'ar' tool is properly deteced during cross-compilation
* improved stability on fuzzed/crafted images when reading sys array in
superblock
* debug-tree: option -t understands ids for tree root and chnuk tree
* check: properly reset nlink of multi-linked file
* chunk recovery: fix floating point exception
* chunk recovery: endianity bugfix during rebuild
* mkfs with 64K pages and nodesize reported superblock checksum mismatch
- Removed patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-mkfs-use-correct-size-for-superblock-csu.patch
* fix-doc-build-on-SLE11SP3.diff
- Fix missing dependency on coreutils for initrd macros (boo#958562)
- Call missing initrd macro at post / postun (boo#958562)
- fix mkfs failure on ppc64 (or with sectorsize > 4k) (bsc#956819)
- Added patch: 0001-btrfs-progs-mkfs-use-correct-size-for-superblock-csu.patch
- update to 4.3.1
* fixes
* device delete: recognize 'missing' again
* mkfs: long names are not trimmed when doing ssd check
* support partitioned loop devices
* other
* replace several mallocs with on-stack variables
* more memory allocation failure handling
* add tests for bugs fixed
* cmd-device: switch to new message printing helpers
* minor code cleanups
- update to 4.3
* mkfs
* mixed mode is not forced for filesystems smaller than 1GiB
* mixed mode broken with mismatching sectorsize and nodesize, fixed
* print version info earlier
* print devices sorted by id
* do not truncate target image with --rootsize
* fi usage:
* don't print global block reserve
* print device id
* minor output tuning
* other cleanups
* calc-size:
* div-by-zero fix on an empty filesystem
* fix crash
* bugfixes:
* more superblock sanity checks
* consistently round size of all devices down to sectorsize
* misc leak fixes
* convert: don't try to rollback with a half-deleted ext2_saved subvolume
* other:
* check: add progress indicator
* scrub: enahced error message
* show-super: read superblock from a given offset
* add README
* docs: update manual page for mkfs.btrfs, btrfstune, balance, convert and
inspect-internal
* build: optional build with more warnings (W=...)
* build: better support for static checkers
* build: html output of documentation
* pretty-print: last_snapshot for root_item
* pretty-print: stripe dev uuid
* error reporting wrappers, introduced and example use
* refactor open_file_or_dir
* other docs and help updates
* testing:
* test for nodes crossing stripes
* test for broken 'subvolume sync'
* basic tests for mkfs, raid option combinations
* basic tests for fuzzed images (check)
* command intrumentation (eg valgrind)
* print commands if requested
* add README for tests
- build btrfsprogs-static package for 13.2 and Factory, package
with static versions of the utilities, aimed for rescue environments
- update to 4.2.3
- subvol sync: make it actually work again
- scanning: do not scan already discovered filesystems (minor optimization)
- convert: better error message in case the filesystem is not finalized
- restore: off-by-one symlink path check fix
- update to 4.2.2
- fi label: use fallback if the label ioctl is not available
- convert: check nodesize constraints against commandline features (-O)
- scrub: report status 'running' until all devices are finished
- device scanning might crash in some scenarios
- fi usage: print summary for non-root users
- update to 4.2.1
- fix an off-by-one error in cross-stripe boundary check
- convert: don't write uninitialized data to image
- image: don't loop with option -t0
- image: don't create threads if compression is not requested
- Removed patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-fix-cross-stripe-boundary-check.patch
- make mkfs work with 64k nodesize again, notably fixes mkfs on ppc64
(bsc#945229)
- Added patch:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-fix-cross-stripe-boundary-check.patch
- version 4.2
* enhancements:
* mkfs: do not create extra single chunks on multiple devices
* resize: try to guess the minimal size, 'inspect min-dev-size'
* qgroup assign: add option to schedule rescan
* chunk-recover: be more verbose about the scanning process
* fixes:
* check:
* find stripes crossing stripe boundary -- created by convert
* print correct range for file hole when there are no extents
and learn how to fix it
* replace: more sanity checks
* convert: concurrency fixes related to reporting progress
* find-root: option -a will not skip the current root anymore
* subvol list: fix occasional crash
* do not create stripes crossing stripe boundary
* build:
* fixes for musl libc
* preliminary support for android (not working yet, more code changes needed)
* new EXTRA_CFLAGS and EXTRA_LDFLAGS
* other:
* lots of cleanups
* tests: lots of updates, new tests, framework improvements
* documentation updates
* debugging: print-tree shows stripe length
- Removed patches (upstreamed):
* 2104-get-min-size-for-resize.patch
* 2105-move-min-resize-implementation-to-inspec.patch
* 2106-inspect-add-command-min-dev-size.patch
- add warning before full balance starts (bsc#940467, fate#319317)
- Added patches:
2000-btrfs-full-balance-warning.diff
- Add feature to get minimum size a filesystem can be resized to
(FATE#317897).
- Added patches:
* 2104-get-min-size-for-resize.patch
* 2105-move-min-resize-implementation-to-inspec.patch
* 2106-inspect-add-command-min-dev-size.patch
- version 4.1.2
- mkfs: bugfix, previous version does not create entierly correct
filesystem (has to be recreated)
- version 4.1.1
* bugfixes
- defrag: threshold overflow fix
- fsck:
- check if items fit into the leaf space
- fix wrong nbytes
- mkfs:
- create only desired block groups for single device
- preparatory work for fix on multiple devices
* enhancements
- new alias for 'device delete': 'device remove'
* other
- fix compilation on old gcc (4.3)
- documentation updates
- debug-tree: print nbytes
- test: image for corrupted nbytes
- corupt-block: let it kill nbytes
- spec: drop libacl dependency
- version 4.1
* bugfixes
- fsck.btrfs: no bash-isms
- bugzilla 97171: invalid memory access (with tests)
- receive:
- cloning works with --chroot
- capabilities not lost
- mkfs: do not try to register bare file images
- option --help accepted by the standalone utilities
* enhancements
- corrupt block: ability to remove csums
- mkfs:
- warn if metadata redundancy is lower than for data
- options to make the output quiet (only errors)
- mixed case names of raid profiles accepted
- rework the output:
- more comprehensive, 'key: value' format
- subvol:
- show:
- print received uuid
- update the output
- new options to specify size units
- sync:
- grab all deleted ids and print them as they're removed,
previous implementation only checked if there are any
to be deleted - change in command semantics
- scrub: print timestamps in days HMS format
- receive:
- can specify mount point, do not rely on /proc
- can work inside subvolumes
- send:
- new option to send stream without data (NO_FILE_DATA)
- convert:
- specify incompat features on the new fs
- qgroup:
- show: distinguish no limits and 0 limit value
- limit: ability to clear the limit
- help for 'btrfs' is shorter, 1st level command overview
- debug tree: print key names according to their C name
* new
- rescure zero-log
- btrfsune:
- rewrite uuid on a filesystem image
- new option to turn on NO_HOLES incompat feature
* deprecated
- standalone btrfs-zero-log
* other
- testing framework updates
- uuid rewrite test
- btrfstune feature setting test
- zero-log tests
- more testing image formats
- manual page updates
- ioctl.h synced with current kernel uapi version
- convert: preparatory works for more filesystems (reiserfs pending)
- use static buffers for path handling where possible
- add new helpers for send uilts that check memory allocations,
switch all users, deprecate old helpers
- Makefile: fix build dependency generation
- map-logical: make it work again
- Install bash completion for btrfs.
- version 4.0
* resize:
* don't accept file as an argument (it's confusing)
* print better error message in case of an error
* restore: optionally restore metadata (time, mode, uid/gid)
* receive: optionally enforce chroot
* new rescue subcommand 'zero-log', same as btrfs-zero-log, but
now also part of the main utility
* check:
* free space checks match kernel, fixes incorrect reports
* convert: fix setting of checksum bit if --no-datasum is used
* fsck.btrfs: don't print messages
* fix quota rescan on PPC64 (mangled ioctl number)
* test updates
* documentation: files renamed to .asciidoc, misc fixups
- version 3.19.1
- convert:
- new option to specify metadata block size
- --no-progress actually works
- restore: properly handle the page boundary corner case
- build fixes:
- missing macro from public header, BTRFS_BUILD_VERSION
- wrong handling of --enable-convert
- fi usage: reports correct space for degraded mounts
- other:
- mkfs: help string updates
- completion: added 'usage' subcommands
- cleanups in qgroup code, preparatory work
- version 3.19
- btrfs-image
- restore can now run in parallel threads
- fixed restore of multiple image from multiple devices onto a single dev
- introduced metadump v2
- check
- make --init-csum-tree and --init-extent-tree work together
- find-new
- option to search through all metadata even if a root was already found
- convert
- show progress by default, can be turned off
- corrupt-block
- option to work on a specific root
- bash completion script for all subcommands
- spec: convert to autotools
Removed patch 0169-btrfs-progs-Check-metadata-mirrors-in-find-root.patch
- add COPYING
- version 3.18.2
* qgroup show: print human readable sizes, options to say otherwise
* check: new option to explicitly say no to writes
* mkfs: message about trimming is not printed to stderr
* fi show: fixed return value
* tests: new infrastructure
* btrfstune: force flag can be used together with seeding option
* backtrace support is back
* getopt cleanups
* doc and help updates
- version 3.18.1
- minor fixes
- documentation updates
- version 3.18
- mkfs - skinny-metadata feature is now on by default, first introduced in
kernel 3.10
- filesystem usage - give an overview of fs usage in a way that's more
comprehensible than existing 'fi df'
- device usage - more detailed information about per-device allocations
- check:
- option to set a different tree root byte number
- ability to link lost files to lost+found, caused by a recent kernel bug
- repair of severely corrupted fs (use with care)
- convert - option to show progress
- subvol create - print the commit mode inline, print the global mode only if
--verbose
- other updates: musl-libc support, coverity bugfixes, new test images,
documentation
- Removed patches (upstreamed):
* 0010-btrfs-progs-move-group-type-and-profile-pretty-print.patch
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0013-btrfs-progs-Add-command-btrfs-filesystem-disk-usage.patch
* 0014-btrfs-progs-Add-btrfs-device-disk-usage-command.patch
* 0015-btrfs-progs-cleanup-dead-return-after-usage-for-fi-d.patch
* 0016-btrfs-progs-Fix-memleak-in-get_raid56_used.patch
* 0017-Btrfs-progs-fi-usage-free-memory-if-realloc-fails.patch
* 0019-btrfs-progs-add-original-df-and-rename-disk_usage-to.patch
* 0020-btrfs-progs-move-device-usage-to-cmds-device-more-cl.patch
* 0021-btrfs-progs-check-if-we-can-t-get-info-from-ioctls-d.patch
* 0022-btrfs-progs-zero-out-structures-before-calling-ioctl.patch
* 0024-btrfs-progs-Print-more-info-about-device-sizes.patch
* 0025-btrfs-progs-compare-unallocated-space-against-the-co.patch
* 0026-btrfs-progs-add-section-of-overall-filesystem-usage.patch
* 0027-btrfs-progs-cleanup-filesystem-device-usage-code.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-rework-calculations-of-fi-usage.patch
* 0029-btrfs-progs-replace-df_pretty_sizes-with-pretty_size.patch
* 0030-btrfs-progs-clean-up-return-codes-and-paths.patch
* 0031-btrfs-progs-move-global-reserve-to-overall-summary.patch
- version 3.17.3
- convert: fix conversion of sparse ext* filesystems
- show: resolve to the correct path
- fsck: more verbose error for root dir problems
- version 3.17.2
- check improvements
- add ability to replace missing dir item/dir indexes
- fix missing inode items
- create missing root dirid
- corrupt block: enhancements for testing fsck
- zero-log: able to reset a fs with bogus log tree pointer (bko#72151)
- package mkinitrd scripts conditionally (bsc#893577)
- spec: minor updates
- version 3.17.1
- fi df: argument handling
- fix linking with libbtrfs
- replace: better error reporting
- fi show: fixed stall if run concurrently with balance
- check: fixed argument parsing for --subvol-extents
- fi df: SI prefixes corrected
- Added patches:
* fix-doc-build-on-SLE11SP3.diff
- Removed patches:
* 0042-btrfs-progs-fix-linking-with-libbtrfs.patch
* 0043-btrfs-progs-libbtrfs-make-exported-headers-compatibl.patch
- Modified patches:
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0019-btrfs-progs-add-original-df-and-rename-disk_usage-to.patch
- version 3.17
- check: --init-csum-tree acutally does something useful, rebuilds the whole
csum tree
- /dev scanning for btrfs devices is gone
- /proc/partitions scanning is gone, blkid is used exclusively
- new subcommand subvolume sync
- filesystem df: new options to set unit format
- convert: allow to copy label from the origin, or specify a new one
- Modified patches:
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0013-btrfs-progs-Add-command-btrfs-filesystem-disk-usage.patch
* 0014-btrfs-progs-Add-btrfs-device-disk-usage-command.patch
* 0015-btrfs-progs-cleanup-dead-return-after-usage-for-fi-d.patch
* 0016-btrfs-progs-Fix-memleak-in-get_raid56_used.patch
* 0017-Btrfs-progs-fi-usage-free-memory-if-realloc-fails.patch
* 0019-btrfs-progs-add-original-df-and-rename-disk_usage-to.patch
* 0020-btrfs-progs-move-device-usage-to-cmds-device-more-cl.patch
* 0021-btrfs-progs-check-if-we-can-t-get-info-from-ioctls-d.patch
* 0022-btrfs-progs-zero-out-structures-before-calling-ioctl.patch
* 0024-btrfs-progs-Print-more-info-about-device-sizes.patch
* 0025-btrfs-progs-compare-unallocated-space-against-the-co.patch
* 0026-btrfs-progs-add-section-of-overall-filesystem-usage.patch
* 0027-btrfs-progs-cleanup-filesystem-device-usage-code.patch
* 0029-btrfs-progs-replace-df_pretty_sizes-with-pretty_size.patch
* 0030-btrfs-progs-clean-up-return-codes-and-paths.patch
* 0031-btrfs-progs-move-global-reserve-to-overall-summary.patch
- Added patches:
* 0010-btrfs-progs-move-group-type-and-profile-pretty-print.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-rework-calculations-of-fi-usage.patch
* 0042-btrfs-progs-fix-linking-with-libbtrfs.patch
* 0043-btrfs-progs-libbtrfs-make-exported-headers-compatibl.patch
- Removed patches:
* 0006-Btrfs-progs-fsck-clear-out-log-tree-in-repair-mode.patch
* 0007-Btrfs-progs-fsck-avoid-pinning-same-block-several-ti.patch
* 0008-Btrfs-progs-fsck-add-ability-to-check-reloc-roots.patch
* 0018-btrfs-progs-read-global-reserve-size-from-space-info.patch
* 0023-btrfs-progs-print-B-for-bytes.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-extend-pretty-printers-with-unit-mode.patch
* 0164-btrfs-progs-convert-set-label-or-copy-from-origin.patch
* 0171-btrfs-progs-make-free-space-checker-work-on-non-4k-s.patch
- version 3.16.2
- fsck: handle bad extent mapping
- image: make it work on a balanced fs
- btrfs-show-super: print flags in human readable way
- documentation updates
- version 3.16.1
- library version defines
- subvol list: -R to print received UUID
- fixed detection of multiple mounts on the same directory
- restore: misc fixes
- other fixes
- Modified patches (sync with pending upstream versions):
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0013-btrfs-progs-Add-command-btrfs-filesystem-disk-usage.patch
* 0018-btrfs-progs-read-global-reserve-size-from-space-info.patch
* 0020-btrfs-progs-move-device-usage-to-cmds-device-more-cl.patch
* 0024-btrfs-progs-Print-more-info-about-device-sizes.patch
* 0025-btrfs-progs-compare-unallocated-space-against-the-co.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-extend-pretty-printers-with-unit-mode.patch
* 0029-btrfs-progs-replace-df_pretty_sizes-with-pretty_size.patch
- Removed patch: library-version-defines.patch (upstream)
- send-stream API users updatd, drop the workaround
- Removed patch: send-stream-api-wokaround.patch
- workaround for send api breakage
- Added patch: send-stream-api-wokaround.patch
- add api versioning and package version.h (now 0.1.1)
- Added patches:
* library-version-defines.patch
- version 3.16
- show-super: skip unrecognized sb, add option to force
- debug-tree: print tree by id
- mkfs: new option to specify UUID
- receive: new option to limit number of errors
- check: new option to verify quotas
- check: reduced memory requirements
- check: new option to print extent sharing
- restore: check length before decompression
- restore: more error handling
- balance: new filter 'limit'
- recover: allow to read all sb copies
- restore: option to loop during restoring
- mkfs: drop experimental notice
- btrfstune: new option to force dangerous changes
- documentation updates
- Deleted patches (upstream):
* 0001-btrfs-progs-doc-fix-symlink-target-for-btrfsck.8.patch
* 0200-btrfs-progs-print-qgroup-excl-as-unsigned.patch
* 0201-btrfs-progs-import-ulist.patch
* 0202-btrfs-progs-add-quota-group-verify-code.patch
* 0203-btrfs-progs-show-extent-state-for-a-subvolume.patch
* 0204-btrfs-progs-ignore-orphaned-qgroups-by-default.patch
* btrfs-progs-canonicalize-pathnames-for-device-commands
- Refreshed patches:
* 0006-Btrfs-progs-fsck-clear-out-log-tree-in-repair-mode.patch
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0013-btrfs-progs-Add-command-btrfs-filesystem-disk-usage.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-extend-pretty-printers-with-unit-mode.patch
* 0164-btrfs-progs-convert-set-label-or-copy-from-origin.patch
- refresh references on the following patches:
* 0200-btrfs-progs-print-qgroup-excl-as-unsigned.patch
* 0201-btrfs-progs-import-ulist.patch
* 0202-btrfs-progs-add-quota-group-verify-code.patch
* 0203-btrfs-progs-show-extent-state-for-a-subvolume.patch
- btrfs-progs: ignore orphaned qgroups by default
- Added patch:
* 0204-btrfs-progs-ignore-orphaned-qgroups-by-default.patch
- btrfs-progs: show extent state for a subvolume (bnc#865621)
- Added patch:
* 0203-btrfs-progs-show-extent-state-for-a-subvolume.patch
- btrfs-progs: canonicalize pathnames for device commands (bnc#880486).
- Added patch:
* btrfs-progs-canonicalize-pathnames-for-device-commands
- fsck: fix checking on filesystems with large sectorsize (bnc#872286)
- Added patches:
* 0171-btrfs-progs-make-free-space-checker-work-on-non-4k-s.patch
- Do not package btrfs-find-root and btrfs-select-super by default.
- Removed printing byte number for every slot (bnc#872364).
- Removed patch:
* 0170-btrfs-progs-In-find-root-dump-bytenr-for-every-slot.patch
- update to upstream 3.14.2
- man: separate pages for all subcommands
- minor bugfixes
- spec: removed upstreamed patches, update build dependencies
- Added patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-doc-fix-symlink-target-for-btrfsck.8.patch
- Removed patches:
* 0001-Btrfs-progs-fix-check-to-test-trim-support.patch
* 0002-Btrfs-progs-fsck-fix-double-free-memory-crash.patch
* 0003-Btrfs-progs-mkfs-Remove-zero_end-1-since-it-has-been.patch
* 0004-btrfs-progs-fix-wrong-max-system-array-size-check-in.patch
* 0005-btrfs-progs-move-arg_strtou64-to-a-separate-file-for.patch
* 0009-btrfs-progs-prevent-close_root-if-the-root-to-close-.patch
* 0010-btrfs-progs-fix-mkfs.btrfs-segfault-with-features-op.patch
- add quota group verify patches, sent to list near end of the week starting
5/4/2014
- updates btrfsck with the ability to verify quota groups
- Update the changelog with some sad version of diffstat output to meet
requirements.
- Added patches:
* 0200-btrfs-progs-print-qgroup-excl-as-unsigned.patch
* 0201-btrfs-progs-import-ulist.patch
* 0202-btrfs-progs-add-quota-group-verify-code.patch
- add quota group verify patches, sent to list near end of the week starting
5/4/2014
- updates btrfsck with the ability to verify quota groups
- update to upstream 3.14.1
- mkfs:
- fix TRIM detection
- do not zero-out end of device unconditionally
- no crash with --features option
- fsck:
- clear log tree in repair mode
- check reloc roots
- btrfs - reworked space reporting (bnc#873106)
- btrfs fi usage - new command
- btrfs dev usage - new command
- btrfs fi df - enhanced output with GlobalReserve
- Removed patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-move-arg_strtou64-to-a-separate-file-for.patch
- Added patches:
* 0001-Btrfs-progs-fix-check-to-test-trim-support.patch
* 0002-Btrfs-progs-fsck-fix-double-free-memory-crash.patch
* 0003-Btrfs-progs-mkfs-Remove-zero_end-1-since-it-has-been.patch
* 0004-btrfs-progs-fix-wrong-max-system-array-size-check-in.patch
* 0005-btrfs-progs-move-arg_strtou64-to-a-separate-file-for.patch
* 0006-Btrfs-progs-fsck-clear-out-log-tree-in-repair-mode.patch
* 0007-Btrfs-progs-fsck-avoid-pinning-same-block-several-ti.patch
* 0008-Btrfs-progs-fsck-add-ability-to-check-reloc-roots.patch
* 0009-btrfs-progs-prevent-close_root-if-the-root-to-close-.patch
* 0010-btrfs-progs-fix-mkfs.btrfs-segfault-with-features-op.patch
* 0011-btrfs-progs-Enhance-the-command-btrfs-filesystem-df.patch
* 0012-btrfs-progs-Add-helpers-functions-to-handle-the-prin.patch
* 0013-btrfs-progs-Add-command-btrfs-filesystem-disk-usage.patch
* 0014-btrfs-progs-Add-btrfs-device-disk-usage-command.patch
* 0015-btrfs-progs-cleanup-dead-return-after-usage-for-fi-d.patch
* 0016-btrfs-progs-Fix-memleak-in-get_raid56_used.patch
* 0017-Btrfs-progs-fi-usage-free-memory-if-realloc-fails.patch
* 0018-btrfs-progs-read-global-reserve-size-from-space-info.patch
* 0019-btrfs-progs-add-original-df-and-rename-disk_usage-to.patch
* 0020-btrfs-progs-move-device-usage-to-cmds-device-more-cl.patch
* 0021-btrfs-progs-check-if-we-can-t-get-info-from-ioctls-d.patch
* 0022-btrfs-progs-zero-out-structures-before-calling-ioctl.patch
* 0023-btrfs-progs-print-B-for-bytes.patch
* 0024-btrfs-progs-Print-more-info-about-device-sizes.patch
* 0025-btrfs-progs-compare-unallocated-space-against-the-co.patch
* 0026-btrfs-progs-add-section-of-overall-filesystem-usage.patch
* 0027-btrfs-progs-cleanup-filesystem-device-usage-code.patch
* 0028-btrfs-progs-extend-pretty-printers-with-unit-mode.patch
* 0029-btrfs-progs-replace-df_pretty_sizes-with-pretty_size.patch
* 0030-btrfs-progs-clean-up-return-codes-and-paths.patch
* 0031-btrfs-progs-move-global-reserve-to-overall-summary.patch
- own mkinitrd directories
- add missing symbol to library (bnc#873164)
- add version dependency for devel package
- Added patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-move-arg_strtou64-to-a-separate-file-for.patch
- fsck: fixes and enahancements to --init-extent-tree mode
- fsck: chunk-recover updates
- scrub: add force option -f
- send: check if subvolumes are read-only
- subvol snapshot: add options to affect commit behaviour
- btrfs: add properties command group
- restore: add dry-run option
- restore: fix restoring of compressed files
- mkfs: support for no-holes feature
- mkfs: option -r deals with hardlinks and relative paths
- mkfs: discard phase is interruptible
- documentation updates
- cleaned spec file
- Removed patches:
* 0162-btrfs-progs-fix-loop-device-mount-checks.patch
* 0165-Revert-btrfs-progs-update-options-in-find-root.c.patch
* 0166-Btrfs-progs-add-some-verbose-output-to-find-root.patch
- bump version to 3.12
- update tarball and remove upstreamed patches
- fsck, image, restore: various improvements and fixes
- btrfs: quota rescan (fate#312751)
- fsck updates
- more mkfs sanity checks
- qgroup rescan wait
- Added patches:
* 0050-Btrfs-progs-commit-the-csum_root-if-we-do-init-csum-.patch
* 0051-btrfs-progs-Fix-getopt-on-arm-ppc-platforms.patch
* 0052-btrfs-progs-fix-duplicate-__-su-typedefs-on-ppc64.patch
* 0053-btrfs-progs-use-reentrant-localtime.patch
* 0054-btrfs-progs-don-t-have-to-report-ENOMEDIUM-error-dur.patch
* 0055-Btrfs-progs-added-btrfs-quota-rescan-w-switch-wait.patch
* 0056-btrfs-progs-fix-qgroup-realloc-inheritance.patch
* 0057-Btrfs-progs-fix-restore-command-leaving-corrupted-fi.patch
* 0058-btrfs-progs-avoid-write-to-the-disk-before-sure-to-c.patch
* 0059-btrfs-progs-error-if-device-for-mkfs-is-too-small.patch
* 0060-btrfs-progs-error-if-device-have-no-space-to-make-pr.patch
* 0061-btrfs-progs-calculate-available-blocks-on-device-pro.patch
* 0062-Btrfs-progs-keep-track-of-transid-failures-and-fix-t.patch
- Change udev rule filename in setup-btrfs.sh to
/usr/lib/udev/rules.d/64-btrfs.rules from
from /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/80-btrfs.rules (bnc#839960 comment#7)
- Remove udev rules file - udev packages one itself (bnc#839960).
- update to upstream master (194aa4a1)
- btrfs-restore: deal with NULL returns from read_node_slot
- btrfs-restore: use the correct leafsize when reading the FS location
- btrfs-find-root: Add options to control generation and level
- btrfsck: fix incorrect casting on items in the corrupt_blocks tree
- Btrfs-progs: fix closing of devices
- Btrfs-progs: enhance btrfs-image to restore image onto multiple disks
- Btrfs-progs: cleanup btrfs-image usage
- Btrfs-progs: delete fs_devices itself from fs_uuid list before freeing
- Btrfs-progs: skip open devices which is missing
- Btrfs-progs: fix misuse of skinny metadata in btrfs-image
- Btrfs-progs: recover raid0/raid10/raid5/raid6 metadata chunk
- Btrfs-progs: Add chunk rebuild function for RAID1/SINGLE/DUP
- Btrfs-progs: introduce list_{first, next}_entry/list_splice_tail{_init}
- Btrfs-progs: Add chunk recover function - using old chunk items
- Btrfs-progs: Add block group check funtion
- Btrfs-progs: extend the extent cache for the device extent
- Btrfs-progs: use rb-tree instead of extent cache tree for fs/file roots
- Btrfs-progs: introduce common insert/search/delete functions for rb-tree
- Btrfs-progs: cleanup similar code in open_ctree_* and close_ctree
- Btrfs-progs: Don't free the devices when close the ctree
- Btrfs-progs: don't close the file descriptor 0 when closing a device
- Btrfs-progs: fix missing recow roots when making btrfs filesystem
- Add fix for passing super_nr while opening ctree
- btrfs-progs-mkfs-default-extref.diff: turn on extended refs by
default, (aka hardlink count limtitation) (bnc#835695)
- added 0040-btrfs-progs-fix-loop-device-mount-checks.patch: fix
loop mount detection again (bnc#834173)
- Simplify checks in mkinitrd scripts.
They are always true because they come from the same package
Use relative paths to binaries
- Move udev rules to /usr.
- Adjust rules to call binary from /usr
- Simplify fsck.btrfs, its just a dummy until fixed
- update to upstream master (f00dd8386a57d241d0f7c)
- Make requirement on libattr-devel explicit
- initrd support: add module (bnc#750185, bnc#727383)
- set correct file mode if writing replacement fsck
- fix build failure
- add btrfs-debug-tree to initrd
- adjust fs size to correct size (bnc#744593)
- man page documentation updates
- do not package obsolete utilities
- mkfs: store correct size of device in superblock (bnc#730103)
- updated restriper/balance commands to match kernel version
- place binaries in /usr tree (UsrMerge project)
- adjust mkinitrd scrippt accordingly
- add btrfsck repair options for:
- rebuild extent records
- fix block group accounting
- reset csums for rescue nodatasum mount
- prune corrupt extent allocation tree blocks
- device scanning fixes for dm and multipath (bnc#749540)
- initrd support: move btrfs device scan after block device setup
- documentation updates
- add csize for file commpressed size
- updated restore utility
- patch license to follow spdx.org standard
- btrfs-progs-fix-open_ctree_usage_segfaults.patch: fix
segfaults from bnc#710486 due to unchecked usage of return
value of open_ctree()
[fixed compilation warnings]
- pull upstream, replace existing patches, spec update
- update 'restore' utility
- lzo support
- tools may now take earlies superblock when opening the fs
- other fixes
- pull integration-20111030 branch
- mkfs: force mkfs if desired
- other fixes
- add btrfs-dump-super to mkinitrd
- other fixes
- skip non-existent devices or without media
- documentation updates
- scrubbing single device
- graceful error handling when opening fs fails
- updated mkinitrd script to scan devices before mount (bnc#727383)
- add several tools to mkinitrd if root fs is btrfs
- pull upstream branch and delete local patches
- btrfsck: ignore -a (bnc#655906)
- btrfsck: fix strerror value
- Remove redundant tags/sections from specfile
- Use %_smp_mflags for parallel build
- add patch for local version override as we do not build from
git, and avoid doubled "Btrfs" in output of 'btrfs'
- reorder help for 'get-default' right after 'set-default'
- add option -p to print parent subvolume
- add subvolume 'get-default' subsubcommand
- remove debugging printf from
0001-Btrfs-progs-add-a-btrfs-select-super-command-to-over.patch
- add support for currently available kernel features:
- add scrub subcommand
- scan /proc/partitions by default (or use --all-devices for all)
- mkfs fixes and improvements
- documentation fixes
- fix failing on deleted loop mounts (bnc#697671)
- update from git:
- add btrfs-select-super utility
- add btrfs-label utility
- allow mixed data+metadata (option --mixed)
- allow populating new filesystem with files (option --rootdir)
- allow discard support in mkfs
- lzo support
- deprecate 'btrfsctl' 'btrfs-vol' 'btrfs-show'
- other bugfixes and documentation improvements
- change to a hardlink
- add link for fsck.btrfs (bnc#665899)
- update to v0.19-35-g1b444cd:
* used space accounting fix for the converter
* Add btrfs-list for listing subvolumes
* Add new util: 'btrfs'
* multidevice support for check_mounted
* check slash in deleting subvolumes
* Add btrfsck option to select the super block copy
* btrfs-debug-tree: add -d option to print only the device mapping
- fix crash on creating filesystems (bnc#603620)
- revert last change (bnc#599224#c3)
- add hardlink from fsck.btrfs (bnc#599224)
- fix memory leak (bnc#537633)
- Updated to latest repo version.
- used space accounting fix for the converter
- btrfsctl: add snapshot/subvolume destroy ioctl
- btrfsck: check root back/forward references
- Add btrfs-map-logical program to map and read logical block numbers
- build btfs-convert (bnc#572912)
- enable parallel build
- added Supplements
- move apps to /sbin
- update to 0.19:
- build with rpm optflags
- install man pages
- fix leak in extends checking (bnc#523447)

==== cups ====
Version update (2.1.3 -> 2.2.3)
Subpackages: cups-client cups-devel cups-libs cups-libs-32bit

- In /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/cups.conf use
group 'root' for /run/cups/certs (boo#1042916).
- Major backward incompatible change since CUPS 2.2.0:
There is no longer the directory /etc/cups/interfaces because
since CUPS 2.2.0 so called "System V style Interface Scripts"
are no longer supported for security reasons (see below the
entry about the changes included in CUPS 2.2.0).
- Disabled cups-2.1.0-cups-systemd-socket.patch
because it does no longer apply which needs to be examined
and decided by someone who knows about systemd internals.
- Disabled
0001-Update-cupsEnumDests-implementation-to-return-early-if-all.patch
0002-Save-work-on-Avahi-code.patch
0003-Avahi-fixes-for-cupsEnumDests.patch
because they do no longer apply which needs to be examined
and decided by someone who knows about Avahi internals.
- Version upgrade to 2.2.3:
CUPS 2.2.3 is a general bug fix release.
See https://github.com/apple/cups/releases
Changes include:
* The IPP backend could get into an infinite loop for certain
errors, causing a hung queue (rdar://problem/28008717)
* The scheduler could pause responding to client requests in
order to save state changes to disk (rdar://problem/28690656)
* Added support for PPD finishing keywords
(Issue #4960, Issue #4961, Issue #4962)
* The IPP backend did not send a media-col attribute for just
the source or type (Issue #4963)
* IPP Everywhere print queues did not always support all print
qualities supported by the printer (Issue #4953)
* IPP Everywhere print queues did not always support all media
types supported by the printer (Issue #4953)
* The IPP Everywhere PPD generator did not return useful error
messages (Issue #4954)
* The IPP Everywhere finishings support did not work correctly
with common UI or command-line options (Issue #4976)
* Fixed an error handling issue for the network backends
(Issue #4979)
* The "reprint job" option was not available for some canceled
jobs (Issue #4915)
* Updated the job listing in the web interface (Issue #4978)
A detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGES.txt file.
- Version upgrade to 2.2.2:
CUPS 2.2.2 is a general bug fix release.
See https://github.com/apple/cups/releases
Changes include:
* Fixed some issues with IPP Everywhere printer support
(Issue #4893, Issue #4909, Issue #4916, Issue #4921,
Issue #4923, Issue #4932, Issue #4933, Issue #4938)
* The rastertopwg filter could crash with certain input
(Issue #4942)
* The scheduler did not detect when an encrypted connection
was closed by the client on Linux (Issue #4901)
* The cups-lpd program did not catch all legacy usage
of ISO-8859-1 (Issue #4899)
* The scheduler no longer creates log files on startup
(<rdar://problem/28332470>)
* The ippContainsString function now uses case-insensitive
comparisons for mimeMediaType, name, and text values in
conformance with RFC 2911.
* The network backends now log the addresses that were found
for a printer (<rdar://problem/29268474>)
* Let's Encrypt certificates did not work when the hostname
contained uppercase letters (Issue #4919)
* Fixed reporting of printed pages in the web interface
(Issue #4924)
* Updated systemd config files (Issue #4935)
A detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGES.txt file.
- Version upgrade to 2.2.1:
CUPS 2.2.1 is a general bug fix release.
See https://github.com/apple/cups/releases
Changes include:
* Added "CreateSelfSignedCerts" directive for cups-files.conf
to control whether the scheduler automatically creates
its own self-signed X.509 certificates for TLS connections
(Issue #4876)
* http*Connect did not handle partial failures (Issue #4870)
* cupsHashData did not use the correct hashing algorithm
(<rdar://problem/28209220>)
* Updated man pages (PR #4885)
A detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGES.txt file.
- Version upgrade to 2.2.0:
CUPS 2.2.0 adds support for local IPP Everywhere print queues
and includes several performance and security improvements.
See https://github.com/apple/cups/releases
Changes include:
* Normalized the TLS certificate validation code and added
additional error messages to aid troubleshooting.
* http*Connect did not work on Linux when cupsd was not running
(Issue #4870)
* The --no-remote-any option of cupsctl had no effect
(Issue #4866)
* http*Connect did not return early when all addresses failed
(Issue #4870)
* The IPP backend did not validate TLS credentials properly.
* The printer-state-message attribute was not cleared after a
print job with no errors (Issue #4851)
* The CUPS-Add-Modify-Class and CUPS-Add-Modify-Printer
operations did not always return an error for failed
adds (Issue #4854)
* PPD files with names longer than 127 bytes did not work
(Issue #4860)
* CUPS now supports Let's Encrypt certificates on Linux.
* All CUPS commands now support POSIX options (Issue #4813)
* The scheduler now restarts faster (Issue #4760)
* Improved performance of web interface with large numbers
of jobs (Issue #3819)
* Encrypted printing can now be limited to only trusted
printers and servers (<rdar://problem/25711658>)
* The scheduler now advertises PWG Raster attributes for
IPP Everywhere clients (Issue #4428)
* The scheduler now logs informational messages for jobs
at LogLevel "info" (Issue #4815)
* The scheduler now uses the getgrouplist function
when available (Issue #4611)
* The IPP backend no longer enables compression by default
except for certain raster formats that generally benefit
from it (<rdar://problem/25166952>)
* The scheduler did not handle out-of-disk situations
gracefully (Issue #4742)
* The LPD mini-daemon now detects invalid UTF-8 sequences
in job, document, and user names (Issue #4748)
* The IPP backend now continues on to the next job
when the remote server/printer puts the job on hold
(<rdar://problem/24858548>)
* The scheduler did not cancel multi-document jobs immediately
(<rdar://problem/24854834>)
* The scheduler did not return non-shared printers to local
clients unless they connected to the domain socket
(<rdar://problem/24566996>)
* The scheduler now reads the spool directory if one or more
job cache entries point to deleted jobs
(<rdar://problem/24048846>)
* Added support for disc media sizes (<rdar://problem/20219536>)
* The httpAddrConnect and httpConnect* APIs now try connecting
to multiple addresses in parallel (<rdar://problem/20643153>)
* Interface scripts are no longer supported for security reasons
(<rdar://problem/23135640>)
A detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGES.txt file.
- Version upgrade to 2.1.4:
CUPS 2.1.4 is a general bug fix release.
See https://github.com/apple/cups/releases
Changes include:
* Fixed reporting of 1284 Device IDs (Issue #3835, PR #3836)
* Fixed printing of multiple files to raw queues (Issue #4782)
* The scheduler did not implement the Hold-New-Jobs opertion
correctly (Issue #4767)
* The cups-lpd mini-daemon incorrectly included the document-name
attribute when creating a job. It should only be included when
sending a job (Issue #4790)
A detailed list of changes can be found in the CHANGES.txt file.

==== cups-filters ====
Version update (1.13.3 -> 1.14.0)

- The filter for Apple Raster input is rastertopdf
for CUPS 2.2.2+ and urftopdf for older CUPS.
Because Factory/Tumbleweed uses the newest CUPS for build
(which is currently CUPS 2.2.3 as of this writing) the filter
for Apple Raster input is rastertopdf for Factory/Tumbleweed
so that /usr/lib/cups/filter/urftopdf must be excluded
from the RPM files list for Factory/Tumbleweed.
- The RPM scriptlet hack that created a special cupsfilters.convs
so that the gstoraster filter can be used with CUPS <= 1.5.4
does no longer make sense and is therefore removed.
- Since version 1.14.0 there are no longer sub-packages
(except cups-filters-devel) because nowadays cups-filters
can no longer be built with CUPS < 1.6 with reasonable effort,
see the entry below dated "Wed Oct 7 11:16:13 CEST 2015".
On systems with CUPS >= 1.6 (i.e. since SLE12 GA / Leap 42.1)
there is no good reason to keep cups-filters split into
sub-packages and furthermore that split causes continuous
(nowadays useless) efforts and bugs (like boo#1034877).
- Version upgrade to 1.14.0:
Some excerpts (for details see the NEWS file):
* cups-browsed: Added new setting "LocalOnly" for the
CreateIPPPrinterQueues in cups-browsed.conf.
- Version upgrade to 1.13.5:
Some excerpts (for details see the NEWS file):
* foomatic-rip: When called via cupsfilter, foomatic-rip was
not able to read the PPD file with (Bug #1388).
* cups-browsed: When creating a local queue for a remote CUPS
printer, add the line '*APRemoteQueueID: ""' to the PPD file
so that CUPS sets the CUPS_PRINTER_REMOTE bit for the
printer type of the local queue (Bug #1386).
- fallback_read_ppd_file_from_environment.patch is no longer
needed because it is now provided in the upstream sources
(see the "Bug #1388" entry above).
- Version upgrade to 1.13.4:
Some excerpts (for details see the NEWS file):
* cups-browsed: Corrected determination whether an IPP status
is an error, to avoid "Unable to create/modify CUPS queue
(Success)" and infinite repetition of a succeeded operation
(Debian bug #852436).

==== dbus-1 ====
Version update (1.10.18 -> 1.10.20)
Subpackages: dbus-1-devel libdbus-1-3 libdbus-1-3-32bit

- Update to 1.10.20
* Fixes:
+ Fix a reference leak when blocking on a pending call on a
connection that has been disconnected (fdo#101481, Shin-ichi
MORITA)
+ Don't put timestamps in the Doxygen-generated documentation,
for closer-to-reproducible builds (fdo#100692, Simon
McVittie)
+ Avoid an assertion failure when connecting to a
semicolon-separated series of addresses, one of which fails
(fdo#101257, Simon McVittie)
* Documentation:
+ Update git URIs in HACKING document to sync up with
cgit.freedesktop.org (fdo#100715, Simon McVittie)

==== dbus-1-x11 ====
Version update (1.10.18 -> 1.10.20)

- Update to 1.10.20
* Fixes:
+ Fix a reference leak when blocking on a pending call on a
connection that has been disconnected (fdo#101481, Shin-ichi
MORITA)
+ Don't put timestamps in the Doxygen-generated documentation,
for closer-to-reproducible builds (fdo#100692, Simon
McVittie)
+ Avoid an assertion failure when connecting to a
semicolon-separated series of addresses, one of which fails
(fdo#101257, Simon McVittie)
* Documentation:
+ Update git URIs in HACKING document to sync up with
cgit.freedesktop.org (fdo#100715, Simon McVittie)

==== desktop-file-utils ====

- Replace %desktop_database_post/postun with respective file
triggers in desktop-file-utils: any file put into
/usr/share/applications will trigger the execution of the script.
In order to not break the macros short-term they are being
redefined to %nil.

==== device-mapper ====
Subpackages: libdevmapper-event1_03 libdevmapper1_03 libdevmapper1_03-32bit

- Add Special migration for libdevmapper's move from /lib to
/usr/lib and from device-mapper.rpm to libdevmapper.rpm: the
library is now in %{_libdir}, but up to the point where zypp
removes the 'old' device-mapper package, the old library 'wins'
the ldloader race resulting in binaries asking for the newer
version still getting the old one (boo#1045396).
A typical update issue seen is, zypp updating packages in this
order:
- libdevmapper1_03 (new package)
- libcryptsetup4 (links libdevmapper-1.03, rpm dep satisfied)
- systemd (linking libcryptsetup.so.4, rpm dep satisfied
At this point, anything calling systemdctl gets libdevmapper
from the old device-mapper package into the memory, which in
turn is version 1.02 and does not provide all the needed
symbols
- device-mapper (which removes /lib/libdevmapper.so.1.02, but is
now too late, as various post scripts already failed on running
systemctl)

==== dmz-icon-theme-cursors ====
Version update (11.2.0 -> 11.3.0)

- Update to the latest version in Debian (0.4.4)
* Provide DMZ-White and DMZ-Black cursors

==== gcc7 ====
Version update (7.1.1+r248590 -> 7.1.1+r249772)
Subpackages: cpp7 gcc7-c++ gcc7-fortran gcc7-info gcc7-locale gcc7-objc
libasan4 libatomic1 libcilkrts5 libgcc_s1 libgcc_s1-32bit libgfortran4 libgomp1
libitm1 liblsan0 libmpx2 libmpxwrappers2 libobjc4 libquadmath0 libstdc++6
libstdc++6-32bit libstdc++6-devel-gcc7 libtsan0 libubsan0

- Update to gcc-7-branch head (r249772).
* Includes patch for PR81080. [bnc#1044016]
* Includes patch for PR81204. [bnc#1045732]
* Includes patch for PR81112. [bnc#1043966]
- Fix cross compiler update-alternatives machinery to make rpmlint
happy.
- Update plugin enablement guard to use %sle_version. [bnc#1043590]
- Update to gcc-7-branch head (r248970).
* Includes gcc7-pr80593.patch.

==== gconf2 ====
Subpackages: gconf-polkit gconf2-devel

- Fix obvious typo } used instead of )

==== installation-images-Kubic ====
Version update (14.319 -> 14.320)

- revert last change: it is vital that CAASP/SLES/SLED builds can all happen
in the same project (sbehlert)
- don't build SLED/SLES on CAASP
- don't build SLES_SAP on CAASP
- merge gh#openSUSE/installation-images#189
- Add new theme SLES_SAP (bsc#1032850)
- 14.320

==== installation-images-openSUSE ====
Version update (14.319 -> 14.320)

- revert last change: it is vital that CAASP/SLES/SLED builds can all happen
in the same project (sbehlert)
- don't build SLED/SLES on CAASP
- don't build SLES_SAP on CAASP
- merge gh#openSUSE/installation-images#189
- Add new theme SLES_SAP (bsc#1032850)
- 14.320

==== iproute2 ====
Version update (4.9 -> 4.11)

- Update to new upstream release 4.11
* ip: support UID range routing.
* ss: Add inet raw sockets information gathering via netlink diag interface
* ss: print new tcp_info fields: delivery_rate and app_limited
* ss: print new tcp_info fields: busy, rwnd-limited, sndbuf-limited times
* tc: flower: support matching on ICMP type and code
* lwt: BPF support for LWT
* Introduce ip vrf command
* iplink: bridge: add support for displaying xstats
* iplink: bridge_slave: add support for displaying xstats
* ip: Add support for MPLS netconf
- split link and compile steps for binaries, so LDFLAGS and CFLAGS
are not mixed so the the PIE default build work.
- Add iproute2-split-make.patch

==== kapptemplate ====
Version update (17.04.1 -> 17.04.2)
Subpackages: kapptemplate-lang

- Update to 17.04.2
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
* https://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-applications-17.04.2.php
- Changes since 17.04.1:
* Brush up and fix KF5-based app templates some more
* Use FDL 1.2 for kde-frameworks5 template

==== kolourpaint ====
Version update (17.04.1 -> 17.04.2)
Subpackages: kolourpaint-lang

- Add GPL to the license (bg translation), until this is sorted
with upstream
- Update to 17.04.2
* New bugfix release
* For more details please see:
* https://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-applications-17.04.2.php
- Changes since 17.04.1:
* Adjust license to follow the rest of the headers

==== libalkimia ====
Version update (4.3.2 -> 5.0.0)

- Update to version 5.0.0:
* add support for newer versions of cmake (>=2.8.7)
* use implicit sharing in AlkValue
- Add Fix-AlkValue-operator-QString-w-valueRef.patch to fix
AlkValue::operator=(QString)
- Adjust Urls and file lists

==== libgcrypt ====
Version update (1.7.7 -> 1.7.8)
Subpackages: libgcrypt-devel libgcrypt20 libgcrypt20-32bit

- libgcrypt 1.7.8:
* CVE-2017-7526: Mitigate a flush+reload side-channel attack on
RSA secret keys (bsc#1046607)

==== libmwaw ====

- Add patch CVE-2017-9433.patch fixing bsc#1042828 CVE-2017-9433

==== libpng16 ====
Version update (1.6.29 -> 1.6.30)
Subpackages: libpng16-16 libpng16-16-32bit libpng16-compat-devel libpng16-devel

- update to 1.6.30:
Revised documentation of png_get_error_ptr() in the libpng manual.
Document need to check for integer overflow when allocating a pixel
buffer for multiple rows in contrib/gregbook, contrib/pngminus,
example.c, and in the manual (suggested by Jaeseung Choi). This
is similar to the bug reported against pngquant in CVE-2016-5735.
Check for integer overflow in contrib/visupng and contrib/tools/genpng.
Do not double evaluate CMAKE_SYSTEM_PROCESSOR in CMakeLists.txt.
Avoid writing an empty IDAT when the last IDAT exactly fills the
compression buffer (bug report by Brian Baird). This bug was
introduced in libpng-1.6.0.
Add a reference to the libpng.download site in README.

==== libssh2_org ====

- Remove --with-pic which is only for static libs

==== libstaroffice ====

- Add patch CVE-2017-9432.patch fixing bsc#1042829 CVE-2017-9432

==== libyui-qt-pkg ====
Version update (2.45.12 -> 2.45.13)

- Limit the number of displayed changes (the last 512 entries),
rendering a huge change log might cause a freeze for long time
(bsc#1044777)
- 2.45.13

==== llvm ====
Version update (4.0.0 -> 4.0.1)

- Update to version 4.0.1
* Minor bugfixes

==== llvm4 ====
Version update (4.0.0 -> 4.0.1)
Subpackages: clang4 libLLVM4 libLTO4 libc++-devel libc++1 libc++abi-devel
libc++abi1 libclang4 libomp4-devel

- Update to version 4.0.1
* Minor bugfixes

==== lvm2 ====
Subpackages: liblvm2app2_2 liblvm2cmd2_02

- Add Special migration for libdevmapper's move from /lib to
/usr/lib and from device-mapper.rpm to libdevmapper.rpm: the
library is now in %{_libdir}, but up to the point where zypp
removes the 'old' device-mapper package, the old library 'wins'
the ldloader race resulting in binaries asking for the newer
version still getting the old one (boo#1045396).
A typical update issue seen is, zypp updating packages in this
order:
- libdevmapper1_03 (new package)
- libcryptsetup4 (links libdevmapper-1.03, rpm dep satisfied)
- systemd (linking libcryptsetup.so.4, rpm dep satisfied
At this point, anything calling systemdctl gets libdevmapper
from the old device-mapper package into the memory, which in
turn is version 1.02 and does not provide all the needed
symbols
- device-mapper (which removes /lib/libdevmapper.so.1.02, but is
now too late, as various post scripts already failed on running
systemctl)

==== perl-DBD-mysql ====
Version update (4.042 -> 4.043)

- updated to 4.043
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-DBD-mysql/Changes
2017-06-29 Patrick Galbraith, Michiel Beijen, DBI/DBD community (4.043)
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE, THIS IS A REVERT TO 4.041
This version is the same as 4.041 with all its bugs and
limitations. In version 4.042 there were some changes to Unicode handling
that turned out to be causing issues with existing implementations.
While it is possible to argue that the old behaviour was wrong and buggy,
lots of applications and scripts were depending on this behaviour so it
is NOT a good idea to change this.
There were lots of commits since 4.041, we'll add those back bit by bit
in a future release, excluding the ones which cause problems.
2017-??-?? Patrick Galbraith, Michiel Beijen, DBI/DBD community (4.042_01)
* Use Devel::CheckLib 1.09 or newer, fixes
https://github.com/perl5-dbi/DBD-mysql/issues/109
* Improve CI testing on AppVeyor: caching, path to cpan, configure deps (pali)
* Specify bigint as test dependency.

==== perl-File-ShareDir ====
Version update (1.102 -> 1.104)

- updated to 1.104
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-File-ShareDir/Changes

==== perl-Net-DNS ====
Version update (1.10 -> 1.11)

- updated to 1.11
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Net-DNS/Changes

==== procps ====
Subpackages: libprocps6

- Drop support for xinetd (systat.xinetd)
* xinetd is being obsoleted
* provided service is considered unsecure and is unlikely to be
used anyways
- Small packaging cleanup with spec-cleaner

==== python-cffi ====
Version update (1.9.1 -> 1.10.0)
Subpackages: python2-cffi python3-cffi

- update to 1.10.0:
* Issue #295: use calloc() directly instead of PyObject_Malloc()+memset()
to handle ffi.new() with a default allocator. Speeds up ffi.new(large-array)
where most of the time you never touch most of the array.
* Some OS/X build fixes (?only with Xcode but without CLT?).
* Improve a couple of error messages: when getting mismatched versions of
cffi and its backend; and when calling functions which cannot be called with
libffi because an argument is a struct that is ?too complicated? (and not
a struct pointer, which always works).
* Add support for some unusual compilers (non-msvc, non-gcc, non-icc,
non-clang)
* Implemented the remaining cases for ffi.from_buffer. Now all
buffer/memoryview objects can be passed. The one remaining check is against
passing unicode strings in Python 2. (They support the buffer interface, but
that gives the raw bytes behind the UTF16/UCS4 storage, which is most of the
times not what you expect. In Python 3 this has been fixed and the unicode
strings don?t support the memoryview interface any more.)
* The C type _Bool or bool now converts to a Python boolean when reading,
instead of the content of the byte as an integer. The potential
incompatibility here is what occurs if the byte contains a value different
from 0 and 1. Previously, it would just return it; with this change, CFFI
raises an exception in this case. But this case means ?undefined behavior?
in C; if you really have to interface with a library relying on this,
don?t use bool in the CFFI side. Also, it is still valid to use a byte
string as initializer for a bool[], but now it must only contain \x00 or
\x01. As an aside, ffi.string() no longer works on bool[] (but it never made
much sense, as this function stops at the first zero).
* ffi.buffer is now the name of cffi?s buffer type, and ffi.buffer() works
like before but is the constructor of that type.
* ffi.addressof(lib, "name") now works also in in-line mode, not only in
out-of-line mode. This is useful for taking the address of global variables.
* Issue #255: cdata objects of a primitive type (integers, floats, char) are
now compared and ordered by value. For example, <cdata 'int' 42> compares
equal to 42 and <cdata 'char' b'A'> compares equal to b'A'. Unlike C,
<cdata 'int' -1> does not compare equal to ffi.cast("unsigned int", -1): it
compares smaller, because -1 < 4294967295.
* PyPy: ffi.new() and ffi.new_allocator()() did not record ?memory pressure?,
causing the GC to run too infrequently if you call ffi.new() very often
and/or with large arrays. Fixed in PyPy 5.7.
* Support in ffi.cdef() for numeric expressions with + or -. Assumes that
there is no overflow; it should be fixed first before we add more general
support for arbitrary arithmetic on constants.

==== python-chardet ====
Version update (2.3.0 -> 3.0.4)
Subpackages: python2-chardet python3-chardet

- fix source link
- update to 3.0.4

==== python-enum34 ====

- Submit version 1.1.3 to SLE-12 (fate#322171, bsc#1014478)

==== python-py ====
Version update (1.4.32 -> 1.4.34)
Subpackages: python2-py python3-py

- Update to 1.4.34
* fix issue119 / pytest issue708 where tmpdir may fail to make
numbered directories when the filesystem is case-insensitive.
1.4.33:
* avoid imports in calls to py.path.local().fnmatch(). Thanks
Andreas Pelme for the PR.
* fix issue106: Naive unicode encoding when calling fspath() in
python2. Thanks Tiago Nobrega for the PR.
* fix issue110: unittest.TestCase.assertWarns fails with py
imported.

==== python-pyasn1 ====
Subpackages: python2-pyasn1 python3-pyasn1

- Cleanup duplicates with fdupes

==== python-pywbem ====
Version update (0.7.0 -> 0.10.0)

- Add missing runtime dependencies.
- Update to 0.10.0
* There is some new functionality, such as:
- use of SAX parser instead of minidom
- finalized the indications API
- added Iter* enumeration and association operations with
a Python generator/iterator interface that use the pull
operations if available or else the traditional operations.
* full changelog at
https://pywbem.readthedocs.io/en/latest/changes.html#pywbem-v0-10-0
- Update to 0.9.1
* Documentation improvements
* Bug fixes
Full changelog available at
https://pywbem.readthedocs.io/en/stable/changes.html#pywbem-v0-9-1
- Update to 0.9.0
Many changes and deprecations, see
https://pywbem.readthedocs.io/en/latest/changes.html#pywbem-v0-9-0
for full list.
- Update to 0.8.2
* Eliminated dependency on "six" package during installation of
pywbem.
- dropped python-pywbem-doc package, see http://pywbem.github.io
- rename 'wbemcli' to 'pywbemcli' to prevent conflict with
sblim-wbemcli.
- Update to 0.8.1
See http://pywbem.github.io/pywbem/doc/0.8.1/changelog.html for
the complete list of changes.
Known issues:
* Installing PyWBEM on Python 2.6 has a conflict with the 'pbr'
package from PyPI, resulting in a TypeError: "dist must be a
Distribution instance". This issue is specific to Python 2.6 and
does not occur in any of the other supported Python versions
(2.7, 3.4, 3.5). This issue can be mitigated by uninstalling
the 'pbr' package, or if that is not possible, by migrating
to Python 2.7. See issue #26 on GitHub.
* MOF using names that are reserved keywords will fail to compile
in the MOF compiler. For example, a CIM property named
'indication'. See issue #62 on GitHub.
* The Pulled Enumeration Operations introduced in DSP0200 1.3 are
not supported in this release. See issue #9 on GitHub.
* Note that some components of this PyWBEM Client package are still
considered experimental:
- The twisted client module twisted_client.py.
- The Python provider modules cim_provider.py and cim_provider2.py.
- The CIM indication listener in the irecv directory. See issue
[#66] on GitHub.
- drop pywbem-0.8.0-dev.patch, upstream
- don't leave 'url_' undefined: pywbem-0.8.0-dev.patch
- add an extra 'import sys': pywbem-0.8.0-dev.patch
- Splitted documentation off as python-pywbem-doc
- Update to 0.8.0~dev (development pre-release)
* Verify certificates against platform provided CA trust store in
/etc/pki/tls/certs. Linux only. (Peter Hatina)
* Added '-d' option to MOF compiler that causes the compiler to perform a
dry-run and just check the MOF file syntax. This allows to more easily
detect included MOF files when used together with the '-v' option.
(Jan Safranek)
* Added support for non-ASCII (Unicode) characters. (Michal Minar, Andreas
Maier)
* Improved information in the message text of some exceptions (TypeError
and KeyError in cim_obj.py, ValueError in cim_obj.py, and ParseError in
tupleparse.py). (Andreas Maier)
* Moved the definition of the pywbem version from setup.py to __init__.py,
in order to make it available to programs using pywbem as
pywbem.__version__. (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for direct iteration over NocaseDict objects using 'for'
and 'in' by adding __iter__(), e.g. for use with CIMInstance.properties.
(Andreas Maier)
* Added more instance attributes to be shown in repr() on CIMProperty and
other classes in cim_obj. (Andreas Maier)
* Added and improved docstring-based documentation in the pywbem modules
cim_operations, cim_http, cim_obj, cim_types, and the pywbem module.
(Andreas Maier)
* Improved the way missing file:// URL support on Windows is handled, by
now issuing a proper error message instead of stumbling across the
missing socket.AF_UNIX constant. (Andreas Maier)
* Improved the way missing OWLocal authorization with the OpenWBEM server
is handled on Windows, by now issuing a proper error message instead of
stumbling across the missing os.getuid() function. (Andreas Maier)
* Improved Windows portability by no longer attempting to import 'pwd' in
case the userid is not set in the environment variables that are checked
when the WBEM server is local. (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for ExecQuery operation to twisted client. (Robert Booth)
* Added get() methods on CIMInstance and CIMInstanceName to step up to the
statement that they behave like dictionaries w.r.t. properties and key
bindings. (Andreas Maier)
* Improved help text of test_cim_operations.py test program.
(Andreas Maier)
* Added an optional Params argument to InvokeMethod(), that is an ordered
list of CIM input parameters, that preserves its order in the CIM-XML
request message. This is to accomodate deficient WBEM servers that do
not tolerate arbitrary order of method input parameters as required by
the standard. The new argument is optional, making this a backwards
compatible change of InvokeMethod(). (Andreas Maier)
* Cleaned up the public symbols of each module by making symbols private
that are used only internally. Specifically, the following symbols have
been made private: In cimxml_parse: _get_required_attribute,
_get_attribute, _get_end_event, _is_start, _is_end. In cim_xml: _text
(was: Text). (Andreas Maier)
* Cleaned up symbols imported by wildcard import by defining __all__ in
each module with only the public symbols defined in that module (removing
any symbols imported into the module), except for the following modules
which define less than the complete set of public symbols in their
__all__: mof_compiler, twisted_client, tupleparse, cimxml_parse,
cim_http. (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for using CDATA section based escaping in any requests sent
to the WBEM server. The default is still XML entity reference based
escaping, the CDATA based escaping can be turned on by setting the switch
_CDATA_ESCAPING accordingly, which is a global variable in the cim_xml
module. (Andreas Maier)
* Simplified the exceptions that can be raised by WBEMConnection methods,
and improved the information in the exception messages. See description
of WBEMConnection class for details. (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for timeouts to WBEMConnection, via a new timeout argument,
that defaults to no timeout. (This finally increased the minimum version
of Python to 2.6. (Andreas Maier)
BUG FIXES:
* Fix syntax error in CIM DTDVERSION error path. Allow KEYVALUE
VALUETYPE attribute to be optional as specified in the DTD.
(Andreas Linke)
* Added parsing of InvokeMethod return value and output parameters for
Twisted Python client. (Tim Potter)
* Fixed cim_provider2.py to properly support shutdown() and can_unload()
(called from CMPI cleanup() functions). Support was recently added
to cmpi-bindings for this. (Bart Whiteley)
* Fixed XML parsing to accept SFCB-style embedded instance parameters.
(Mihai Ibanescu)
* Use getpass module instead of pwd to detect local user to fix Win32.
(Tim Potter)
* Re-throw KeyError exceptions with capitalised key string instead
of lower cased version in NocaseDict.__getitem__(). (Tim Potter)
* Use base64.b64encode() instead of base64.encodestring() in Twisted
client. (Mihai Ibanescu)
* Fix missing CIMDateTime import in Twisted client. (Mihai Ibanescu)
* Fixed CIMInstanceName rendering to string. It is now possible to pass the
rendered string value as an instance path argument of a CIM method.
(Jan Safranek, Michal Minar)
* For Python providers, fixed the comparsion of the Role parameter in
association operations to be case insensitive, and removed an erroneous
test that raised an exception when the property specified in the Role
parameter was not also in the property list specified by the Properties
parameter. (Jan Safranek)
* For Python providers, converted debug 'print' statements to trace
messages that end up in the system log. (Jan Safranek)
* The CIM-XML parser no longer throws an exception when parsing a
qualifier declaration.
Note: The CIM-XML supported by this fix does not conform to DSP0201 so
far. Further fixes are pending. (Jan Safranek)
* Fixed parsing errors for connection URLs with IPv6 addresses, including
zone indexes (aka scope IDs). (Peter Hatina, Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the hard coded socket addressing family used for HTTPS that was
incorrect in some IPv6 cases, by determining it dynamically.
(Peter Hatina)
* Fixed the list of output parameters of extrinsic method calls to be
returned as a case insensitive dictionary (using cim_obj.NocaseDict).
(Jan Safranek)
* Fixed the checking of CIMVERSION attributes in CIM-XML to only verify the
major version, consistent with DSP0201 (see subclause 5.2.1, in DSP0201
version 2.3.1). (Jan Safranek)
* Fixed error in cim_http.py related to stronger type checking of Python
2.7. (Eduardo de Barros Lima)
* Removed erroneous qualifier scopes SCHEMA and QUALIFIER from the MOF
compiler (see DSP0004). (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed debug logging of CIM-XML payload (that is, conn.last_*request/reply
attributes) for extrinsic method calls, to now be consistent with
intrinsic method calls. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed TOCTOU (time-of-check-time-of-use) error when validating peer's
certificate. (Michal Minar)
* Added a check in the CIMInstanceName constructor that the 'classname'
argument is not None. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue in the CIMProperty constructor that specifying a tuple
for the 'value' argument was incorrectly detected to be a scalar (and not
an array). (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue in the CIMProperty constructor that specifying a
datetime or timedelta typed value resulted in storing the provided object
in the 'value' attribute, instead of converting it to a CIMDateTime
object. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue in the CIMProperty constructor that specifying a datetime
formatted string typed 'value' argument along with type='datetime'
resulted in storing the provided string object in the 'value' attribute,
instead of converting it to a CIMDateTime object. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed several cases in the CIMProperty constructor of unnecessarily
requiring the optional arguments 'type', 'is_array', 'embedded_object',
or 'reference_class'. These optional arguments are now only necessary to
be provided if they cannot be implied from provided arguments (mainly
from 'value'). (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue in the CIMProperty constructor that an 'embedded_object'
argument value of 'object' was changed to 'instance' when a CIMInstance
typed 'value' argument was also provided. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue in the CIMProperty constructor that the first array
element was used for defaulting the 'type' attribute, without checking
that for None, causing an exception to be raised in this case.
(Andreas Maier)
* Added a check in the CIMProperty constructor that the 'name' argument is
not None. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed the issue that the CIMProperty constructor raised only TypeError
even when the issue was not about types; it now raises in addition
ValueError. (Andreas Maier)
* Changed the exception that is raised in NocaseDict.__setitem__() for
invalid key types, to be TypeError in instead of KeyError. Updated the
testcases accordingly. (Andreas Maier)
* Added checks for more than one argument and for unsupported argument
types to the constructor of NocaseDict. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed incorrectly labeled namespace variables in twisted client.
(Robert Booth)
* Fixed that WBEMConnection.last_raw_reply was not set to the current reply
in case of parsing errors in the reply. (Andreas Maier)
* Reintroduced Python 2.6 support in cim_http.HTTPSConnection.connect()
that disappeared in early drafts of this version:
- Removed SSLTimeoutError from except list; being a subclass of SSLError,
it is catched via SSLError.
- Invoked socket.create_connection() without source_address, if running
on Python 2.6.
(Andreas Maier)
* Fixed bug where HTTP body was attempted ot be read when CIMError header
is set, causing a hang. (Andreas Maier)
* Added CIM-XML declaration support for alternative PyWBEM client based
on twisted. (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for Windows to wbemcli.py, by making dependency on HOME
environment variable optional, and adding HOMEPATH environment variable.
Also, cleaned up the global namespace of wbemcli.py and made it
importable as a module. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed errors in generated MOF (e.g. in any tomof() methods):
- Missing backslash escaping within string literals for \n, \r, \t, \".
- Representation of REF types was incorrect.
- '=' in array-typed qualifier declarations was missing.
- Fixed size indicator was missing in array elements.
- Qualifiers of method parameters were missing.
Improvements in generated MOF:
- Changed order of qualifiers to be sorted by qualifier name.
- Added empty line before each property and method in the class for
better readability.
- Method parameters are now placed on separate lines.
- Moved generation of method qualifiers from class into method. This
changes the behavior of CIMMethod.tomof() to now generate the method
qualifiers.
(Andreas Maier)
TESTING:
* Added support for running the unit test cases without having to be in the
testsuite directory. This was done by setting up the DTD_FILE path
correctly for any XML tests. (Andreas Maier)
* Improved the quality of assertion messages issued when testcases fail, to
include context information and types. (Andreas Maier)
* Added docstrings to test cases. (Andreas Maier)
* Added testcases for CIMProperty.__init__() to be comprehensive.
(Andreas Maier)
* In XML validation tests, added the expected XML root element.
(Andreas Maier)
* Added a header to any error messages issued by xmllint. (Andreas Maier)
* Fix: Merged stderr into stdout for the xmllint invocation, xmllint error
messages go to stderr and had been dropped before. (Andreas Maier)
* Fix: The "mkdir -p ..:" command in the comfychair testcase constructor
created subdirectories named "-p" when running on Windows; replaced that
command with os.makedirs(). (Andreas Maier)
* Fix: Replaced the "rm -fr ..." command in the comfychair testcase
constructor with shutil.rmtree(), in order to better run on Windows.
(Andreas Maier)
* Fix: In comfychair._enter_rundir(), moved registration of cleanup
function _restore_directory() to the end, so cleanup happens only if no
errors happened. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed a bug in pywbem/trunk/testsuite/test_tupleparse.py in function
ParseCIMProperty.runtest(), where the use of real tab characters caused
a few lines to be incorrectly indented, and as a result, ignored for the
test. (Andreas Maier)
* Improved Windows portability in testsuite: Moved from using the Unix-only
functions posix.WIFSIGNALED() and posix.WEXITSTATUS() for testing the
success of subprocess.wait(), to simply testing for 0. (Andreas Maier)
* Added ability to invoke test_cim_operations.py with comfychair arguments,
and added printing of exception information if an operation fails.
(Andreas Maier)
- clean code:
* Removed dangerous default parameter '{}' from CIMProperty and
CIMInstanceName, and replaced it with 'None'. To support that, added
support for initializing an empty NocaseDict object from 'None'.
(Andreas Maier)
* In cim_obj, changed the use of the deprecated backticks to using %r in
the format string (which produces the same result). (Andreas Maier)
* In the constructor of CIMInstanceName, added assertions to some paths
that cannot possibly be taken based on the fact that the keybindings
attribute is always a NocaseDict. They should be removed at some point.
(Andreas Maier)
* Addressed PyLint issues:
- Consolidated imports at the top of the module (after module docstring),
consistent with the PEP-8 recommendation.
- Ensured order of imports: standard, non-standard, pywbem, local (on a
subset of modules only).
- Replaced wildcard imports with specific imports, as much as possible.
- Removed unused imports.
- Addressed PyLint issues that are related to whitespace, continuation
indentation, and line length.
- Replaced all real tab characters with spaces.
(Andreas Maier)
PACKAGING / BUILD:
* Fixed grammatical funkiness in the license text. No change to actual
license - still LGPLv2. (Tim Potter)
* Added LICENSE.txt file to release. (Tim Potter)
* Added LICENSE.txt, NEWS, README and INSTALL files to distribution
archive. (Andreas Maier)
* Fixed inconsistencies in license text in file headers to consistently
say LGPL 2.1 or higher (The LICENSE.txt file has always been LGPL 2.1).
(Andreas Maier)
* Removed confusing section about build from INSTALL file, to scope it just
to the topic of installation. (Andreas Maier)
* Restructured pywbem/trunk subtree to move pywbem package files into a
pywbem subdirectory. (Andreas Maier)
* Added a makefile (invoke 'make help' for valid targets). (Andreas Maier)
* Added support for checking the Python source code using PyLint.
(Andreas Maier)
* Added support for generating HTML documentation using epydoc, and
included the documentation into the distribution archive. The syntax
used in Python docstrings is reStructuredText markdown. (Andreas Maier)
- Update to 0.8.0 (pre-release)
- Upgrade to upstream revision 629
- added support for non-ascii characters
- fixed TOCTOU error when validating peer's certificate
(obsoletes pywbem-ssl_verify_host.patch)
- mof_compiler: Add '-d' option to dry-run the operation
- fix connection to ipv6 hosts
(obsoletes pywbem-ipv6.patch)
- verify certificates against platform provided CA trust store
- Drop INSTALL file, unneeded for packaged pywbem.
- pywbem-ipv6.patch: Enabling IPv6. (bnc#840250)
- pywbem-ssl_verify_host.patch:
Fix for security issue around SSL certificate verification
(possible MITM attack). Adapted to work with python 2.6 and SLE11's
python-M2Crypto version. (bnc#856323 bnc#856108 CVE-2013-6418)
- Don't remove buildroot in install section
- add upstream patch to support IPv6
pywbem-ipv6.patch
- provide INSTALL documentation
- revert to upstream version 0.7.0
- Check only the major part of CIMVERSION.
(DSP0201 2.3.1 chap. 5.2.1)
- Use case-insensitive dictionary for method output parameters.
- The parser should not throw an exception when parsing XML with a
qualifier declaration.
- Convert debug 'print' to trace messages.
- Fix References(Role="xxx") intrinsic method.
- Fix comparsion of Role parameter
- Fixed CIMInstanceName rendering to string.
- Fix upstream compatibility: Provide pywbem
- Adapt http header creation to Python 2.7
- version 0.7.1
- Fix the build for non-SUSE distributions
- Pass --install-purelib when calling "setup --install" to cope
with lib vs lib64
- use new python macros

==== python-requests ====
Version update (2.13.0 -> 2.18.1)
Subpackages: python2-requests python3-requests

update to version v2.18.1
* 2.17.1
* Fix a typo: verison -> version
* fix
* Prepare v2.18.0
* Update requirements.txt
* cleanup models.py
* Preserve identity of unbundled deps
* ignore undefined names in flake8
* flake8 ignore lambda expressions
* Add the pytest .cache/ directory to .gitignore
* docutils
* try junit
* new installation location
* cleanup utils.py
* flake8report.txt
* empty commit
* no more pipenv
* Begin dev section of README
* Remove exec permission from files that shouldn't have it
* change development philosophy docs to reflect reality
* fix manifest file
* only flake8 the right directory
* update development documentation
* Remove session redirect cache
* no piping to a file
* Catch error if multiprocessing is not available or is unable to determine
the number of CPUs
* todo
* cleanup sessions.py
* typo
* number of cores for travis
* ignore import statements for flake8
* Update README.rst
* better ci file
* bunk change
* that doesn't work on windows
* improve development instructions
* Fix a typo: paramters -> parameters
* Adds changelog entry for #4134
* ignore line continuations for flake8
* Allow Requests.Response to be used as a context manager
* Fix requests.packages not having package attributes
* remove note about cacerts.pem
* v2.17.3
* improve install documentation syntax
* improve installation instructions
* flake8: import statement improvements
* fix spaces in api.py
* v2.18.1
* skip for now
* v2.17.2
* fix flake8 for EOF in __init__.py
* improve flake8 help.py
* Prepare for next release cycle
* try this travis file
* remove "are you crazy?" section
* fix sidebars
* Update index.rst
* fix empty lines for flake8
* convert version compatibility checks to warning
* fix github stars
* v2.17.1
* improve line continuations for flake8
* attempt new ads
* speed up appveyor
* v2.17.0
* improve installation docs
* fix flake8 indent error
* Adds to AUTHORS
* Clearer makefile for building README
* flake8
* Fixes error swallowing in set_environ
* cleanup help.py (flake8)
* improve install docs
* new requests namespace
- update to 2.16.5:
* unvendored bundled libraries
* for more changes, see https://pypi.python.org/pypi/requests
- drop no-default-cacert.patch: this is now in python-certifi
- drop requests-do-not-use-bundle.patch: obsolete

==== python-rpm-macros ====
Version update (2017.05.09.fc237de -> 2017.06.21.6641889)

- version bump to 2017.06.21.6641889
- introduce smarter buildset support
- fix %python_files on nonstandard build sets
- introduce %python_for_executables in favor of magically taking
"last python in %pythons"
- fix %licence tag handling (gh#opensuse/python-rpm-macros#4)

==== shotwell ====
Subpackages: shotwell-lang

- Replace itstool with gettext BuildRequires, align with what
current versions of shotwell depends on.

==== texlive ====

- add missing dependencies for perl-biber

==== tracker ====
Version update (1.12.0 -> 1.12.1)
Subpackages: libtracker-common-1_0 libtracker-control-1_0-0
libtracker-miner-1_0-0 libtracker-sparql-1_0-0 tracker-miner-files
typelib-1_0-Tracker-1_0 typelib-1_0-TrackerControl-1_0

- Update to version 1.12.1:
+ libtracker-sparql:
- Add osinfo to the default namespace.
- Protect sqlite3_bind* with interface lock.
+ tracker-extract: Whitelist openat(), with caveats.
+ Updated translations.
- Drop upstream fixed patches:
+ tracker-libtracker-sparql-add-osinfo-ontology.patch.
+ tracker-libtracker-common-whitelist-openat.patch.
+ tracker-libtracker-data-protect-sqlite3_bind.patch.
- Add tracker-libtracker-data-protect-sqlite3_bind.patch:
libtracker-data: Protect sqlite3_bind*() with interface lock.
There may be multiple cursors/db_statements from the same db
interface being accessed from multiple threads. This must be
under the TrackerDBInterface lock in order to prevent threading
issues (rh#1404285).

==== tracker-extras ====
Version update (1.12.0 -> 1.12.1)
Subpackages: nautilus-extension-tracker-tags tracker-gui

- Update to version 1.12.1:
+ libtracker-sparql:
- Add osinfo to the default namespace.
- Protect sqlite3_bind* with interface lock.
+ tracker-extract: Whitelist openat(), with caveats.
+ Updated translations.
- Drop upstream fixed patches:
+ tracker-libtracker-sparql-add-osinfo-ontology.patch.
+ tracker-libtracker-common-whitelist-openat.patch.
+ tracker-libtracker-data-protect-sqlite3_bind.patch.
- Add tracker-libtracker-data-protect-sqlite3_bind.patch:
libtracker-data: Protect sqlite3_bind*() with interface lock.
There may be multiple cursors/db_statements from the same db
interface being accessed from multiple threads. This must be
under the TrackerDBInterface lock in order to prevent threading
issues (rh#1404285).

==== urlscan ====
Version update (0.8.3 -> 0.8.6)

- Update to version 0.8.6
* Fix tag mismatch in setup.py
* Fix #27 (URLs in markdown links)
* Tweak email address recognition
* Add ability to toggle context view
* Cleanup, commenting, add keyboard hints in the header
* Add shortening and toggling shortening of URLs
* Restructure URLChooser for current urwid best practices
* Update tlds list
* Replace AttrWrap (deprecated) with AttrMap
* Highlight selected URL. Fix #17
* Implement #21 (Option to remove duplicate URLs)

==== virtualbox ====
Subpackages: virtualbox-guest-kmp-default virtualbox-guest-tools
virtualbox-guest-x11

- Fix missing global for 32-bit version with gcc7. (bsc#1046571).
Fix missing frame buffer cleanup - private communication from Oracle - adds
file "fix_KMS_support.patch".
- Fix logic error in scripts to build kernel modules locally - see bnc#1042726.
Fix "requires" for net-tools-deprecated so that Leap 42.3 will build.
Fix missing /media for Leap 42.3.
Fix typo in above changes.
- Fix some typos in the various service files as noted in boo#1044931.
With these fixes, TW guests start correctly. In addition, the
/sbin/vboxconfig (for hosts) and the
/sbin/vboxguestconfig (for guests) work correctly.
- Now that kernel:HEAD:standard has changed to version 4.12.0-rcX, the VB
drivers need some changes for new API's.
File "vbox_fix_for_kernel_4.12.patch" is added.
The added installation of "net-tools-deprecated" broke builds for Leap 42.3.
That change is now conditional on building for Factory.
- Add installation of package "net-tools-deprecated" as requested in
boo#1027742.
- Revise warning screen concerning USB passthru - fixes bnc#1041137.
USB passthru opens a security hole, yet it is so valuable that many users
want the feature, thus it is our default.
Previously, a user needed to edit a udev rule to disable passthru. The bad
part was that an update of VB changed the
rule back to allow passthru without any notification. These changes modify
the popup to allow the user to accept or decline
passthru. If the user declines, then the root password is requested and the
udev rule is modified. As these modifications will be
lost with the next VB update, the inode of the udev rule is kept. If the user
has previously declined and the inode has changed,
the popup will show the next time VB is started. File "fix_usb_rules.sh" is
added.

==== wine ====
Version update (2.6 -> 2.11)
Subpackages: wine-32bit

- Update to 2.11 development snapshot
- OpenGL support in the Android driver.
- Support for security labels.
- Relay debugging on ARM64.
- More dictionary support in WebServices.
- New registry file parser in RegEdit.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks
- Update to 2.10 development snapshot
- Initial version of the Android graphics driver.
- Dictionary support in WebServices.
- A number of Direct2D fixes.
- User interface improvements in RegEdit.
- OLE clipboard cache fixes.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks
- obsolete also the 32bit wine-mp3 package. (bsc#1042452)
- Update to 2.9 development snapshot
- Direct3D command stream runs asynchronously.
- Better serial and parallel ports autodetection.
- Still more fixes for high DPI settings.
- System tray notifications on macOS.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks
- obsolete the external wine-mp3 for distributions that have
mp3 support now. (bsc#1040190)
- Update to 2.8 development snapshot
- Direct3D command stream runs asynchronously.
- Better serial and parallel ports autodetection.
- Still more fixes for high DPI settings.
- System tray notifications on macOS.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks
- Update to 2.7 development snapshot
- TCP and UDP connection support in WebServices.
- Various shader improvements for Direct3D 11.
- Improved support for high DPI settings.
- Partial reimplementation of the GLU library.
- Support for recent versions of OSMesa.
- Window management improvements on macOS.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks

==== xapian-core ====
Version update (1.4.3 -> 1.4.4)

- Update to 1.4.4:
* Database::check():
+ Fix checking a single table - changes in 1.4.2 broke such checks unless
you specified the table without any extension.
+ Errors from failing to find the file specified are now thrown as
DatabaseOpeningError (was DatabaseError, of which DatabaseOpeningError is
a subclass so existing code should continue to work). Also improved the
error message when the file doesn't exist is better.
* Drop OP_SCALE_WEIGHT over OP_VALUE_RANGE, OP_VALUE_GE and OP_VALUE_LE in
the Query constructor. These operators always return weight 0 so
OP_SCALE_WEIGHT over them has no effect. Eliminating it at query
construction time is cheap (we only need to check the type of the
subquery), eliminates the confusing "0 * " from the query description,
and means the OP_SCALE_WEIGHT Query object can be released sooner.
Inspired by Shivanshu Chauhan asking about the query description on IRC.
* Drop OP_SCALE_WEIGHT on the right side of OP_AND_NOT in the Query
constructor. OP_AND_NOT takes no weight from the right so OP_SCALE_WEIGHT
has no effect there. Eliminating it at query construction time is cheap
(just need to check the subquery's type), eliminates the confusing "0 * "
from the query description, and means the OP_SCALE_WEIGHT object can be
released sooner.
* See also https://xapian.org/docs/xapian-core-1.4.4/NEWS

==== yast2-online-update-configuration ====
Version update (3.1.5 -> 3.1.6)

- Install the patches for all selected categories (not just the
first one) (bsc#1044018)
- Properly handle the exist status for multiple categories
- 3.1.6


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