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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20171202 released!

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Packages changed:
Mesa (17.2.5 -> 17.2.6)
php7 (7.1.11 -> 7.1.12)
python-pyasn1 (0.3.7 -> 0.4.2)
python-pyasn1-modules (0.1.5 -> 0.2.1)

=== Details ===

==== Mesa ====
Version update (17.2.5 -> 17.2.6)
Subpackages: Mesa-dri-devel Mesa-libEGL-devel Mesa-libEGL1 Mesa-libGL-devel
Mesa-libGL1 Mesa-libglapi0 Mesa-libva libgbm1 libvdpau_r300 libvdpau_r600
libvdpau_radeonsi libvulkan_radeon libwayland-egl1 libxatracker2

- update to 17.2.6
* Core: fix to keep a program alive when re-linking and prevent
an use-after-free.
* GLSL compiler: several fixes, including one to prevent a
SIGSEV when calling an undeclared subroutine in certain
conditions and another to mark the xfb buffers as active only
if a variable uses them.
* SPIR-V compiler: fixed seveal problems involving the usage of
separate images and texture/samplers.
* Intel drivers: many new fixes, specially for i965. Several are
focused on improving SIMD32 and little-core. It also includes a
fix for a GPU hang which was detected while playing HW
accelerated video with mpv.
* AMD drivers: radv has seen plugged 2 memory leaks while r600
has gotten a fix through reversing the tess factor components
for isolines.
* swr driver: fixes for two performance regressions (one for
avx512 platforms and the other for the avx/avx2 platforms).
* ddebug gallium driver: fix for an use-after-free.
* EGL: Wayland platform of the the DRI2 drivers got a fix to
prevent crashing in ancient systems.
* GLX has also received corrections to prevent a couple of errors
when creating and binding a context in DRI3 and DRISW,
* Build and integration: allow building libglvnd when EGL is present
but not GLX. Enable building targets which don't need X11, such
as omx and va, when XCB is not present. You can now specify
the prefix installation for the OpenCL icd file.

==== desktop-data-openSUSE ====

- Replace references to /var/adm/fillup-templates with new
%_fillupdir macro (boo#1069468)

==== ipsec-tools ====

- ipsec-tools-openssl1.1.patch: build against openssl 1.1 (bsc#1066950)

==== libpqxx ====
Subpackages: libpqxx-5_0 libpqxx-devel

- Changed build reuirements for python to "%{pythons}"
as suggested by "openSUSE:Packaging Python Singlespec"

==== nut ====
Subpackages: libupsclient1 nut-cgi

- Add support for OpenSSL 1.1.0 library, allow TLSv1 and higher
(not just TLSv1) and report TLS version used in debug mode level
3 and higher (boo#1069988, openssl-1_1.patch)
- Fix missing pointer dereference in upssched (nut-upssched.patch)
- Support for allowfrom parameter was removed in version 2.4.0
- No more conflict with apcupsd (boo#1070373).
- Remove smartups references. It is dropped since 2001.

==== php7 ====
Version update (7.1.11 -> 7.1.12)
Subpackages: apache2-mod_php7 php7-bcmath php7-bz2 php7-calendar php7-ctype
php7-curl php7-dba php7-devel php7-dom php7-exif php7-fastcgi php7-ftp php7-gd
php7-gettext php7-gmp php7-iconv php7-imap php7-json php7-ldap php7-mbstring
php7-mysql php7-odbc php7-openssl php7-pdo php7-pear php7-pear-Archive_Tar
php7-pgsql php7-shmop php7-snmp php7-sockets php7-sqlite php7-sysvsem
php7-sysvshm php7-tidy php7-tokenizer php7-wddx php7-xmlreader php7-xmlwriter
php7-xsl php7-zlib

- updated to 7.1.12: This is a bugfix release, with several bug
fixes included.

==== python-pyasn1 ====
Version update (0.3.7 -> 0.4.2)
Subpackages: python2-pyasn1 python3-pyasn1

- update to version 0.4.2:
* Fixed explicit tag splitting in chunked encoding mode at
OctetString and BitString encoders
- changes from version 0.4.1:
* ANY DEFINED BY clause support implemented
* Encoders refactored to take either a value (as ASN.1 object) or a
Python value plus ASN.1 schema
* BitString decoder optimised for better performance when running on
constructed encoding
* Constructed types' .getComponentBy*() methods accept the `default`
parameter to return instead if schema object is to be returned
* Constructed types' .getComponentBy*() methods accept the
`instantiate` parameter to disable automatic inner component
* The ASN.1 types' `__repr__` implementation reworked for better
readability at the cost of not being `eval`-compliant
* Most ASN.1 types' `__str__` magic methods (except for OctetString
and character types) reworked to call `.prettyPrint()` rather than
`.prettyPrint` calling `__str__` as it was before. The intention
is to eventually deprecate `.prettyPrint()` in favor of `str()`.
The other related change is that `str()` of enumerations and
boolean types will return string label instead of number.
* Fixed Choice.clear() to fully reset internal state of the object
* Sphinx documentation rearranged, simplified and reworded
* The `isValue` singleton is now the only way to indicate ASN.1
schema as opposed to ASN.1 schema instance. The legacy `None`
initializer support has been removed.
* Changed `Null` object initialization behaviour: previous default
value (`''`) is not set anymore. Thus `Null()` call produces a
ASN.1 schema object, while `Null('')` - value object.
* Migrated all docs and references from SourceForge
* Imports PEP8'ed
* Fixed ASN.1 encoder not to omit empty substrate produced for inner
component if the inner component belongs to the simple class (as
opposed to constructed class)
* Fixed CER/DER encoders to respect tagged CHOICE when ordering SET
* Fixed ASN.1 types not to interfere with the Pickle protocol
* Fixed Sequence/SequenceOf types decoding heuristics in schema-less
decoding mode

==== python-pyasn1-modules ====
Version update (0.1.5 -> 0.2.1)

- update to version 0.2.1:
* Allow ANY DEFINED BY objects expanding automatically if requested
* Imports PEP8'ed

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