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[opensuse-factory] Leap 15.0 Build 164.1 released!

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Packages changed:
curl (7.57.0 -> 7.58.0)
fluidsynth
libffi
patterns-base
pinentry
systemd-presets-branding-openSUSE
yast2-bootloader (4.0.19 -> 4.0.20)
yast2-network (4.0.19 -> 4.0.21)
yast2-storage-ng (4.0.125 -> 4.0.129)
yast2-update (4.0.9 -> 4.0.10)

=== Details ===

==== curl ====
Version update (7.57.0 -> 7.58.0)
Subpackages: libcurl4 libcurl4-32bit

- Sort a bit with spec-cleaner
- Install license with the library
- ignore all test failures for PowerPC as bypass boo#1075219
(not only the 1501 previously skipped)
* Added patch ignore_runtests_failure.patch
- Build curl with libssh.org
libssh offers a lot more features than libssh2, for example:
* Key Exchange Methods: curve25519-sha256@xxxxxxxxxx
* Hostkey Types: ssh-ed25519
* Authentication: gssapi-with-mic
- Update to version 7.58.0
[bsc#1076360,CVE-2018-1000005][bsc#1077001,CVE-2018-1000007]
Changes:
* new libssh-powered SSH SCP/SFTP back-end
* curl-config: add --ssl-backends
Bugfixes:
* http2: fix incorrect trailer buffer size
* http: prevent custom Authorization headers in redirects
* travis: add boringssl build
* examples/xmlstream.c: don't switch off CURL_GLOBAL_SSL
* SSL: Avoid magic allocation of SSL backend specific data
* lib: don't export all symbols, just everything curl_*
* libssh2: send the correct CURLE error code on scp file not found
* libssh2: return CURLE_UPLOAD_FAILED on failure to upload
* openssl: enable pkcs12 in boringssl builds
* libssh2: remove dead code from SSH_SFTP_QUOTE
* sasl_getmesssage: make sure we have a long enough string to pass
* conncache: fix several lock issues
* threaded-shared-conn.c: new example
* conncache: only allow multiplexing within same multi handle
* configure: check for netinet/in6.h
* URL: tolerate backslash after drive letter for FILE:
* openldap: add commented out debug possibilities
* include: get netinet/in.h before linux/tcp.h
* CONNECT: keep close connection flag in http_connect_state struct
* BINDINGS: another PostgreSQL client
* curl: limit -# update frequency for unknown total size
* configure: add AX_CODE_COVERAGE only if using gcc
* curl.h: remove incorrect comment about ERRORBUFFER
* openssl: improve data-pending check for https proxy
* curl: remove __EMX__ #ifdefs
* CURLOPT_PRIVATE.3: fix grammar
* sftp: allow quoted commands to use relative paths
* CURLOPT_DNS_CACHE_TIMEOUT.3: see also CURLOPT_RESOLVE
* RESOLVE: output verbose text when trying to set a duplicate name
* multi_done: prune DNS cache
* tests: update .gitignore for libtests
* tests: mark data files as non-executable in git
* CURLOPT_DNS_LOCAL_IP4.3: fixed the "SEE ALSO" to not self-reference
* curl.1: documented two missing valid exit codes
* curl.1: mention http:// and https:// as valid proxy prefixes
* vtls: replaced getenv() with curl_getenv()
* setopt: less *or equal* than INT_MAX/1000 should be fine
* examples/smtp-mail.c: use separate defines for options and mail
* curl: support >256 bytes warning messsages
* conncache: fix a return code
* krb5: fix a potential access of uninitialized memory
* rand: add a clang-analyzer work-around
* CURLOPT_READFUNCTION.3: refer to argument with correct name
* brotli: allow compiling with version 0.6.0
* content_encoding: rework zlib_inflate
* curl_easy_reset: release mime-related data
* examples/rtsp: fix error handling macros
* curl: Support size modifiers for --max-filesize
* examples/cacertinmem: ignore cert-already-exists error
* brotli: data at the end of content can be lost
* curl_version_info.3: call the argument 'age'
* openssl: fix memory leak of SSLKEYLOGFILE filename
* build: remove HAVE_LIMITS_H check
* --mail-rcpt: fix short-text description
* scripts: allow all perl scripts to be run directly
* progress: calculate transfer speed on milliseconds if possible
* system.h: check __LONG_MAX__ for defining curl_off_t
* easy: fix connection ownership in curl_easy_pause
* setopt: reintroduce non-static Curl_vsetopt() for OS400 support
* setopt: fix SSLVERSION to allow CURL_SSLVERSION_MAX_ values
* configure.ac: append extra linker flags instead of prepending them
* HTTP: bail out on negative Content-Length: values
* docs: comment about CURLE_READ_ERROR returned by curl_mime_filedata
* mime: clone mime tree upon easy handle duplication
* openssl: enable SSLKEYLOGFILE support by default
* smtp/pop3/imap_get_message: decrease the data length too...
* CURLOPT_TCP_NODELAY.3: fix typo
* SMB: fix numeric constant suffix and variable types
* ftp-wildcard: fix matching an empty string with "*[^a]"
* curl_fnmatch: only allow 5 '*' sections in a single pattern
* openssl: fix potential memory leak in SSLKEYLOGFILE logic
* SSH: Fix state machine for ssh-agent authentication
* examples/url2file.c: add missing curl_global_cleanup() call
* http2: don't close connection when single transfer is stopped
* libcurl-env.3: first version
* curl: progress bar refresh, get width using ioctl()
* CONNECT_TO: fail attempt to set an IPv6 numerical without IPv6 support

==== fluidsynth ====

- Add 0001-Fix-pkgconfig-file-for-absolute-paths-347.patch
to fix pkgconfig file generation when absolute lib and include
paths are used (boo#1084081)

==== libffi ====

- Use %license (boo#1082318)
- Remove aarch64-struct-by-value.patch, needs to be fixed in python.

==== patterns-base ====
Subpackages: patterns-base-32bit patterns-base-apparmor
patterns-base-apparmor_opt patterns-base-base patterns-base-basesystem
patterns-base-console patterns-base-enhanced_base
patterns-base-enhanced_base-32bit patterns-base-enhanced_base_opt
patterns-base-minimal_base patterns-base-minimal_base-32bit
patterns-base-sw_management patterns-base-update_test patterns-base-x11
patterns-base-x11_enhanced patterns-base-x11_opt

- add lightdm as a recommends to x11 pattern boo#1081760
- regenerate 32bit patterns
- Don't generate 32bit patterns for readonly_root_tools
- Introduce readonly_root_tools pattern for Read-Only Root
Filesystem (boo#1084149)

==== pinentry ====
Subpackages: pinentry-gnome3 pinentry-qt5

- Use %license (boo#1082318)

==== systemd-presets-branding-openSUSE ====

- split out common service to be default enabled on all SUSE
distributions from the branding. FATE#322139

==== yast2-bootloader ====
Version update (4.0.19 -> 4.0.20)

- do not repropose configuration in autoyast confirm mode
(bsc#1081967)
- fix setting pmbr flag in autoyast (bsc#1081967)
- 4.0.20

==== yast2-network ====
Version update (4.0.19 -> 4.0.21)

- bsc#1078991
- Do not crash when some LanItem does not have hardware info.
- 4.0.21
- Tigervnc will provide the definition of firewalld services so
we will use them instead of the vnc-server service definition
that is shipped with firewalld (bsc#1081952)
- 4.0.20

==== yast2-storage-ng ====
Version update (4.0.125 -> 4.0.129)

- Shadowed subvolumes that are ignored in the first proposal
attempt are not longer omitted in subsequent ones (#bsc#1084213
and bsc#1084261).
- 4.0.129
- Make proposal to work with implicit partition tables (s390).
- Part of fate#318196.
- 4.0.128

==== yast2-update ====
Version update (4.0.9 -> 4.0.10)

- Automatically save a solver test case when the product summary
contains a warning for easier debugging (related to bsc#1084248)
- 4.0.10


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