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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20170821 released!

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Packages changed:
geany (1.30.1 -> 1.31)
git (2.14.0 -> 2.14.1)
gutenprint (5.2.11 -> 5.2.12)
libfabric (1.4.2 -> 1.5.0)
obs-service-source_validator (0.6+git20170719.d4384e5 ->
pam-config (0.91 -> 0.92)
perl-HTTP-Cookies (6.03 -> 6.04)
wine (2.14 -> 2.15)

=== Details ===

==== coreutils ====

- Drop coreutils-ocfs2_reflinks.patch
OCFS2 file system has supported file clone ioctls like btrfs,
then, coreutils doesn't need this patch from the kernel v4.10-rc1

==== geany ====
Version update (1.30.1 -> 1.31)
Subpackages: geany-lang libgeany0

- Update description.
- Update to version 1.31
+ Bug fixes:
- Update statusbar after applying indentation detection.
- Fix converting color to hex for insertion in the Color
Chooser dialog.
+ Filetypes:
- Add `parfor` to the Matlab keyword list.
- C: fix line continuation handling.
- Add `require_relative` to the Ruby keyword list.
- Update Haxe keywords.
- Fix Arduino comment toggling.
- Update CMake keywords.
- Update C# keywords.
- Update HTML keywords.
+ API: Fix crash when calling plugin_set_key_group() more than
+ Updated translations.
- Refresh spec-file, run spec-cleaner.

==== git ====
Version update (2.14.0 -> 2.14.1)
Subpackages: git-core git-cvs git-daemon git-email git-gui git-svn git-web gitk

- git 2.14.1 (bsc#1052481):
* Security fix for CVE-2017-1000117: A malicious third-party can
give a crafted "ssh://..." URL to an unsuspecting victim, and
an attempt to visit the URL can result in any program that
exists on the victim's machine being executed. Such a URL could
be placed in the .gitmodules file of a malicious project, and
an unsuspecting victim could be tricked into running
"git clone --recurse-submodules" to trigger the vulnerability.
* A "ssh://..." URL can result in a "ssh" command line with a
hostname that begins with a dash "-", which would cause the
"ssh" command to instead (mis)treat it as an option. This is
now prevented by forbidding such a hostname (which should not
impact any real-world usage).
* Similarly, when GIT_PROXY_COMMAND is configured, the command
is run with host and port that are parsed out from "ssh://..."
URL; a poorly written GIT_PROXY_COMMAND could be tricked into
treating a string that begins with a dash "-" as an option.
This is now prevented by forbidding such a hostname and port
number (again, which should not impact any real-world usage).
* In the same spirit, a repository name that begins with a dash
"-" is also forbidden now.

==== gutenprint ====
Version update (5.2.11 -> 5.2.12)

- Drop default configure options that do not need to be overriden
- Drop again static libraries that are forbidden by default
- Switch check to proper check phase to allow --no-check override
- Pass disable-silent-rules to see all the compile options for
brp parsers
- Switch to full URL for sources to have autodownload/tarball
verification working
- Make sure the tests are forced on during configure phase
- Drop initial rm in install phase as we by default have empty dir
courtesy of OBS
- Remove libtool archives as they are not supposed to be shipped
on today packages
- Have libgutenprint.a and libgutenprintui2.a
in the gutenprint-devel sub-packege.
- Version upgrade to 5.2.12:
For major changes in this release (compared to 5.2.11)
see the next entry dated "Tue Sep 20 15:09:34 CEST 2016".
For details see the NEWS file.
- Version upgrade to 5.2.11pre12.2 which is the
second pre-release of Gutenprint 5.2.12.
Major changes in this release (compared to 5.2.11):
* The Ghostscript IJS driver and Foomatic data generator
have been removed. CUPS is ubiquitous on Linux/UNIX systems,
and the Ghostscript IJS driver and Foomatic data are
not needed with CUPS.
* Added support for some dye sublimation printers.
* Improved support (and bugfixes) for several dye sublimation
* Backend now reports media status via standard CUPS marker
attributes some particular dye sublimation printers.
* Added support for some Epson inkjet printers.
* Added support for most Datamax-O'Neil DPL printers.
For details see the NEWS file.

==== ilmbase ====
Subpackages: ilmbase-devel libHalf12 libIex-2_2-12 libIexMath-2_2-12
libIlmThread-2_2-12 libImath-2_2-12

- Fix RPM groups. Diversify summaries.
- Drop useless --with-pic, this is only for static libs.
- simplify check section in specfile and remove hack for gcc45
- add patches from debian to allow testsuite to pass
- testBox.patch allow fuzzy comparison of floats, doubles
- testBoxAlgo.patch allow fuzzy match of b12 == b2

==== krb5 ====
Subpackages: krb5-32bit krb5-client krb5-devel

- Set "rdns" and "dns_canonicalize_hostname" to false in krb5.conf
in order to improve client security in handling service principle
names. (bsc#1054028)
- Prevent kadmind.service startup failure caused by absence of
LDAP service. (bsc#903543)

==== libexif ====
Subpackages: libexif-devel libexif12 libexif12-32bit

- add a libexif-devel-biarch for building with -m32

==== libfabric ====
Version update (1.4.2 -> 1.5.0)

- Update to v1.5.0
* Authorization keys Authorization keys, commonly referred to as job keys,
are used to isolate processes from communicating with other processes
for security purposes.
* Multicast support Datagram endpoints can now support multicast
* (Experimental) socket-like endpoint types New FI_SOCK_STREAM and
endpoint types are introduced. These endpoint types target support of cloud
and enterprise based middleware and applications.
* Tagged atomic support Atomic operations can now target tagged receive
buffers, in addition to RMA buffers.
* (Experimental) deferred work queues Deferred work queues are enhanced
operations. They target support for collective-based operations.
* New mode bits: FI_RESTRICTED_COMP and FI_NOTIFY_FLAGS_ONLY These mode bits
support optimized completion processing to minimize software overhead.
* Multi-threaded error reporting Reading CQ and EQ errors now allow the
to provide the error buffer, eliminating the need for the application to
synchronize between multiple threads when handling errors.
* FI_SOURCE_ERR capability This feature allows the provider to validate and
report the source address for any received messages.
* FI_ADDR_STR string based addressing Applications can now request and use
addresses provided using a standardized string format. This makes it easier
to pass full addressing data through a command line, or handle address
through text files.
* Communication scope capabilities: FI_LOCAL_COMM and FI_REMOTE_COMM Used to
indicate if an application requires communication with peers on the same
node and/or remote nodes.
* New memory registration modes The FI_BASIC_MR and FI_SCALABLE_MR memory
modes have been replaced by more refined registration mode bits. This allows
applications to make better use of provider hardware capabilities when
with registered memory regions.
* New mode bit: FI_CONTEXT2 Some providers need more than the size provided
by the
FI_CONTEXT mode bit setting. To accomodate such providers, an FI_CONTEXT2
mode bit
was added. This mode bit doubles the amount of context space that an
allocates on behalf of the provider.
* PSM provider notes
* Improve the name server functionality and move to the utility code
* Handle updated mr_mode definitions
* Add support of 32 and 64 bit atomic values
* PSM2 provider notes
* Add option to adjust the locking level
* Improve the name server functionality and move to the utility code
* Add support for string address format
* Add an environment vaiable for message inject size
* Handle FI_DISCARD in tagged receive functions
* Handle updated mr_mode definitions
* Add support for scalable endpoint
* Add support of 32 and 64 bit atomic values
* Add FI_SOURCE_ERR to the supported caps
* Improve the method of checking device existence
* Sockets provider notes
* Updated and enhanced atomic operation support.
* Add support for experimental deferred work queue operations.
* Fixed counter signaling when used with wait sets.
* Improved support on Windows.
* Cleaned up event reporting for destroyed endpoints.
* Fixed several possible crash scenarios.
* Fixed handling socket disconnect events which could hang the provider.
* UDP provider notes
* Add support for multicast data transfers
* Verbs provider notes
* Fix an issue where if the user requests higher values for tx, rx
context sizes than default it wasn't honored.
* Introduce env variables for setting default tx, rx context sizes and iov
* Report correct completion ordering supported by MSG endpoints.
- Fix rpmbuild warnings
- libfabric-devel requires libfabric1, not libfabric
- Fix baselibs.conf

==== m17n-lib ====

- Fix RPM groups.
- Drop ispell dependency wrt fate#323578 rh dropped the same subpkg
in 2011
- Cleanup the dependencies to not pull in full x11 suite and depend
only on the required libs
- Build with --as-needed
- Format with spec-cleaner

==== obs-service-source_validator ====
Version update (0.6+git20170719.d4384e5 -> 0.6+git20170811.369eb25)

- Update to version 0.6+git20170811.369eb25:
* ignore expand errors with macro scripts
- Update to version 0.6+git20170809.6818366:
* Ignore not referenced appimage.yml file
* Don't use rpmbuild to extract sources, patches etc. from a spec (bnc#938556

==== pam-config ====
Version update (0.91 -> 0.92)

- Update to version 0.92
- add pam_kwallet5 support
- move pam_systemd before pam_krb5 [bsc#1014995]
- obsoletes gcc7-Add-break-to-a-case-label.patch

==== perl-HTTP-Cookies ====
Version update (6.03 -> 6.04)

- updated to 6.04
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-HTTP-Cookies/Changes
6.04 2017-08-03 15:05:22Z
- Fix package version numbers

==== wine ====
Version update (2.14 -> 2.15)
Subpackages: wine-32bit

- Update to 2.15 development snapshot
- Support for AES encryption.
- Improved Bezier support in Direct2D.
- Chunked transfer improvements in WinInet.
- Various bug fixes.
- updated winetricks

==== ypbind ====

- Adjust list of to be installed docu files

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