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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20191110 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 03:01:21 +0000
  • Message-id: <157352768196.304.11313001539905275889@go-agent-stagingbot-2>

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The described changes are computed based on the x86_64 DVD.
The full online repo contains too many changes to be listed here.

Please check the known defects of this snapshot before upgrading:
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Packages changed:
Mesa (19.2.2 -> 19.2.3)
Mesa-drivers (19.2.2 -> 19.2.3)
adwaita-icon-theme (3.34.0+13 -> 3.34.1)
apache2
c-ares (1.15.0 -> 1.15.0~20191108)
djvulibre
evince
gconf2
gegl (0.4.16 -> 0.4.18)
gimp (2.10.12 -> 2.10.14)
glib2
gtk3
libgnomekbd
libqmi (1.22.6 -> 1.24.0)
librsvg
libtommath (1.0 -> 1.2.0)
pipewire (0.2.6 -> 0.2.7)
procmail
salt
spamassassin
webkit2gtk3 (2.26.1 -> 2.26.2)

=== Details ===

==== Mesa ====
Version update (19.2.2 -> 19.2.3)
Subpackages: Mesa-dri-devel Mesa-libEGL1 Mesa-libGL1 Mesa-libglapi0 libgbm1

- Update to version 19.2.3
In this release: iris, meson, radv, anv, turnip, 965, svga,
utils, core mesa, glsl, etanviv, and gallium/rbug
- This Mesa release includes support for latest GPUs including Intel
(jsc#SLE-7962, jsc#SLE-8024, jsc#SLE-8022, jsc#SLE-10182, jsc#SLE-4983,
bsc#1137515) and fixes for boo#1127672, bsc#1117365

==== Mesa-drivers ====
Version update (19.2.2 -> 19.2.3)
Subpackages: Mesa-dri Mesa-dri-nouveau Mesa-gallium Mesa-libva libvdpau_nouveau
libvdpau_r300 libvdpau_r600 libvdpau_radeonsi libvulkan_intel libvulkan_radeon
libxatracker2

- Update to version 19.2.3
In this release: iris, meson, radv, anv, turnip, 965, svga,
utils, core mesa, glsl, etanviv, and gallium/rbug
- This Mesa release includes support for latest GPUs including Intel
(jsc#SLE-7962, jsc#SLE-8024, jsc#SLE-8022, jsc#SLE-10182, jsc#SLE-4983,
bsc#1137515) and fixes for boo#1127672, bsc#1117365
- Dont conflict with vulkan-devel anymore as there is no file
conflict

==== adwaita-icon-theme ====
Version update (3.34.0+13 -> 3.34.1)

- Update to version 3.34.1:
+ Symbolic:
- propegate the checkmark refinements.
- slightly smaller media-eject.
- centre alignment for go-next/previous.
- add ! to battery level 0.
- missing classes for battery icons.

==== apache2 ====
Subpackages: apache2-devel apache2-doc apache2-example-pages apache2-prefork
apache2-utils

- use %license [bsc#1156171]

==== c-ares ====
Version update (1.15.0 -> 1.15.0~20191108)

- Update to upstream snapshot 20191108
* getaddrinfo - avoid infinite loop in case of NXDOMAIN
* ares_getenv - return NULL in all cases
* implement ares_getaddrinfo
- onion-crash.patch: removed, upstreamed.
- removed upstream patches that are part of the snapshot:
0001-Add-initial-implementation-for-ares_getaddrinfo-112.patch
0002-Remaining-queries-counter-fix-additional-unit-tests-.patch
0003-Bugfix-for-ares_getaddrinfo-and-additional-unit-test.patch
0004-Add-ares__sortaddrinfo-to-support-getaddrinfo-sorted.patch
0005-getaddrinfo-avoid-infinite-loop-in-case-of-NXDOMAIN-.patch
0006-getaddrinfo-callback-must-be-called-on-bad-domain-24.patch
0007-getaddrinfo-enhancements-257.patch
0008-Add-missing-limits.h-include-from-ares_getaddrinfo.c.patch
0009-Increase-portability-of-ares-test-mock-ai.cc-235.patch
0010-Disable-failing-test.patch
- disable-live-tests.patch - updated

==== djvulibre ====
Subpackages: libdjvulibre21

- security update
- added patches
CVE-2019-18804 [bsc#1156188]
+ djvulibre-CVE-2019-18804.patch

==== evince ====
Subpackages: evince-lang evince-plugin-comicsdocument
evince-plugin-djvudocument evince-plugin-dvidocument evince-plugin-pdfdocument
evince-plugin-tiffdocument evince-plugin-xpsdocument libevdocument3-4
libevview3-3 nautilus-evince typelib-1_0-EvinceDocument-3_0
typelib-1_0-EvinceView-3_0

- Add patches to reverse the upstream requirement of at least
synctex 1.19 since that requires texlive 2019 and we have 2017 in
SLE 15. The patches are only applied when building evince with
synctex < 1.19:
* 0001-reversed-synctex-Move-_GNU_SOURCE-to-the-top-of-the-source-code.patch
* 0002-reversed-synctex-Remove-unused-labels.patch
* 0003-reversed-synctex-Silence-error-when-no-synctex-file-is-present.patch
* 0004-reversed-synctex-Annotate-functions-that-wrap-vfprintf.patch
* 0005-reversed-synctex-Fix-compilation.patch
* 0006-reversed-synctex-Update-from-version-1.18-to-1.21.patch

==== gconf2 ====
Subpackages: gconf-polkit gconf2-lang

- Drop gtk3 BuildRequires, only used by gconf-sanity-check,
removed in version 3.2.6.
- Only Require python3-base for gsettings-schema-convert, which
provides xml/etree.
- Remove huge Changelog (commit log), the NEWS file is sufficient.

==== gegl ====
Version update (0.4.16 -> 0.4.18)
Subpackages: gegl-0_4 gegl-0_4-lang libgegl-0_4-0

- Add BuildRequires: pkgconfig(libavutil) >= 55.92.100
- Drop unneeded libtool BuildRequires.
- Drop optional cmake BuildRequires.
- Add pkgconfig(pygobject-3.0) BuildRequires: Build python-gobject
bindings support.
- Update to version 0.4.18
+ Build
- Drop autotools, GEGL is now using meson, most things are
working again now - documentation/website build is a work in
progress, many issues have been fixed, more a sure to surface
with this first meson only release following the babl one.
+ Core
- Support ui labels and descriptions for aux pads of ops.
- Guard against uint32_t overflows in memory computations,
improved memory usage stat on FreeBSD.
- Added support for hygon dhyana architecture.
- Added gegl_try_malloc and use it to allocate storage for
tiles.
- gegl-stats gained active- and assigned-threads members.
+ Buffer
- New API for aligning to regular tile grid,
gegl_rectangle_align[_to_buffer]
- added gegl_rectangle_xor
- gegl_buffer_create_sub_bufer now always returns a new object.
- Improved tile compression, more accurate accounting and
avoidiance when it is determinetal.
- gegl_buffer_save : store BablSpace
- take into consideration concurrent use of different tile
sizes in gegl_tile_alloc
- Fast path for gegl_buffer_copy is entirely in abyss.
- Improved api misuse handling in gegl_buffer_set|get
- Improved consistency of results when doing COW of abyss.
- Improved Gobject Intospection annotations.
- Use a binary tree for tile swap, improving tile removal
speed.
- Avoid gegl_buffer_set avoid set_pixel fast path if level>0
+ Operations
- Dynamic computation of per-operation thread cost, making GEGL
fully use available cores on more operations.
- new operations: bayer-matrix, linear-sinusoid,
color-assimilation-grid, normal-map.
- new operations in workshop: boxblur, alpha-inpaint
- pass-through for infinite planes for: apply-lens,
polar-coordinates, whirl-pinch, convolution-matrix, maze,
cartoon, waterpixels, tile, distance-transform, spherize,
tile-paper, dither, mantiuk06, reinhard05, fattal02,
fractal-trace, motion-blur-zoom, motion-blur-circular, wind,
little-planet, mirrors, cubism and long-shdow.
- improved property ranges/meta-data or copyright for:
motion-blur-zoom, edge-neon, cartoon, photocopy, softglow,
oilify, bump-map, remap,
- convolution: fix source-buffer offsets of filtered-out
components, avoiding excessive shifting.
- jpg-save: force grayscale if incoming buffer is grayscale
- sdl-display: port to SDL2
- gamma: handle negative input values
- apply-lens; enable auto threading
- matting-global: disable auto threading, allocate less
temporay memory.
- maze: reimplemented without recursion
- newsprint: added black pullout and per colorant pattern and
period parameters, enable threading.
- saturation: add a colormodel property which permits operating
in RGB instead of CIE Lab, enabling hue preserving saturation
changes.
- exr-load/exr-save: only use associated alpha with EXR files
- ff-load: fix audio track decoding for pure audio files
- c2g: fixed initialization data race and out of bounds array
access when threaded.
- color-enhance: fixed a buffer leak
- perlin-noise: fix initialization race
- domain-transform: faster nop for edge-preservation=1.0,
support BablSpace
- oilify: support specifying mask-radius with aux buffer
- linear-gradient, readial-gradient: use colors in correct
order.
- pixelize: avoid potential glitches
- weighted-blend: harmonize opencl implementation with C
- edge-neon: performane improvements
+ GEGL UI
- gcut video editor ui has been removed, all its functionality
is latent in the new media browser/manipulator/viewer UI.
- Permit start/end times for playlist items, enabling use of
folder as EDL.
- Add ability loop currently shown media element.
- Nearest neighbor decoding; for realtime playback of HD video
content.
- Frame-cache for rendered video frames (with associated PCM
data)
- Drag and drop from file-managers to collection view.
- switch to meson based build
- add buildrequires for tools to build documentation:
asciidocs, gtk-doc, ruby
- switch from lua to luajit
- no lua support anymore on ppc64 due to missing luajit
- enable workshop modules
- new BuildRequires pkgconfig(lensfun)
- added gegl-0.4.18_allow_unknown_arch.patch:
the old code in the configure.ac also did fallthrough. restore
that behavior.
- drop patches no longer needed:
0001-Extend-configure-checks-with-checks-for-SDL2.patch
0002-Port-sdl-display-to-SDL2.patch
0003-Port-sdl-draw-example-to-SDL2.patch
fix_doc_installation.patch

==== gimp ====
Version update (2.10.12 -> 2.10.14)
Subpackages: gimp-lang gimp-plugin-aa gimp-plugins-python libgimp-2_0-0
libgimpui-2_0-0

- bump babl and gegl deps to match configure script
- Update to version 2.10.14:
https://www.gimp.org/news/2019/10/31/gimp-2-10-14-released/
+ Core:
- New "Selected areas continue outside the image" toggle option
to the "Feather Selection" dialog.
- New "Allow editing on non-visible layers" setting in
Preferences to allow painting, transforming, and selecting on
layers with toggled off visibility.
- XCF loading a bit more resilient to corruption: it doesn't
stop any more at the first layer or channel error; instead it
tries to load more layers/channels to salvage as much data as
possible from a corrupted XCF file.
- In gimp:gradient, fix dithering to correspond to how we
actually round float values to 8-bit. In particular, this
avoids introducing noise when a component is fixed at 0 or 1
along a segment.
- New "Show All" view mode allowing to show pixels outside the
canvas boundary.
- New "Show Canvas Boundary" option to render a dotted line
around the canvas boundary.
- New "Keep Padding in "Show All" Mode" option, also available
as a default option via Preferences, to preserve the padding
color instead of displaying the checkerboard.
- Several features updated to react as expected when run
out-of-canvas: color-picking, canvas grid, transform tools,
bucket fill, and more.
- Loaded images' pixel density will now default to 72 PPI when
no explicit resolution information was stored in the imported
file. Newly created images' default pixel density will
continue to be based on the default image template (with
value 300 PPI if it has not be changed), yet not loaded
images anymore. 72 PPI is the common default in most software
(and in standards such as Exif) so it makes sense we stick to
it, only for loaded images.
+ Tools:
- Free Select tool: fast copy|cut-paste modifiers (Alt +
Ctrl|Shift) are now working even when the selection is not
committed. Starting a fast copy|cut-paste will automatically
close the polygon and commit the selection, accelerating fast
usage of free selections.
- Foreground Select tool: new "Grayscale" Preview Mode. Also, a
color selector for "Color" preview (original preview mode)
now available, to select any color and opacity for the
preview.
- Add a new "Image" transform type to the transform tools, in
addition to the existing "Layer", "Selection", and "Path"
transform types. The "Image" mode transforms the entire
image, rather than a single item. In tools with a preview,
the preview shows the transformed image projection. The
clipping mode controls how the canvas is clipped during the
transform; in particular, the ADJUST clipping mode resizes
the canvas to fit its transformed size.
- In GimpFilterTool, add a new "clipping" option, which can be
either Adjust or Clip. This option is controllable for
layers, when there's no selection mask. When set to Adjust,
which is used by default, the filter's output may extent past
the drawable's boundary, and the drawable will be resized to
match the output when committed.
- Gradient tool: offest support in shaped gradients
+ Plug-ins:
- Simple 8-bit port of filters to GEGL: nl-filter, film,
fractal-explorer, flame, blinds, jigsaw, gradient-flare,
checkerboard, tile-small, curve-bend, sample-colorize,
map-object, lighting, grid, despeckle, sphere-designer,
contrast-retinex, hot, sparkle, cml-explorer, destripe,
twain, animation-optimize, depth-merge, warp, imagemap,
gimpressionist
- Port of filters to GEGL with float support: van-gogh-lic.
- Add color profile support for HEIF (only when libheif 1.4.0
is available).
- TIFF import will now ask (in interactive mode) how to process
unspecified TIFF channels: non-premultiplied (used to be the
default) alpha, premultiplied alpha, or just import as
generic channel.
- HEIF export now improved with same profile logics as JPEG or
WebP (it can actually export higher bit-depth data, so
profile logics should be the one as in PNG, but we only
support 8 bpc HEIF for the time being).
- HEIF export dialog now has a "Save color profile" checkbox
allowing to not export with a profile when needed (needs
libheif 1.4.0 or higher).
- PDF exporting: text layers in layer groups are now exported
as proper text.
- Cleaned up the file-dds GUI, removed the "Advanced" expander.
- gimptool external tool now install plug-ins into subfolders
(this is not mandatory in GIMP 2.10 yet, unlike future GIMP
3, but is already the recommended folder structure for
plug-ins).
- 3 procedures ("color-decode-ycocg",
"color-decode-ycocg-scaled" and "color-decode-alpha-exp")
removed from file-dds plug-in because they are hacks which
should stay internal to the plug-in and are semantically wrong
because colors in drawables are never in such formats.
+ Filters:
- New "Normal Map" filter to generate normal maps from height
maps in the Generic section.
- Replace old filters with GEGL operation counterparts:
edge-neon (gegl:edge-neon), contrast-normalize
(gegl:stretch-contrast), oilify (gegl:oilify)
- Add gegl:bayer-matrix and gegl:linear-sinusoid to Filters ->
Render -> Pattern.
- Add gegl:newsprint to Filters -> Distorts.
- Add gegl:mean-curvature-blur to Filters -> Blur.
+ Performance:
- Add an active-thread variable to the dashboard's misc group,
showing the number of active worker threads.
- Reduce time complexity of layer-group translation. When
translating a layer group, avoid separately updating the
original area of the child layers before translating them (as
per the fix to issue #3484), as this results in quadratic
time complexity w.r.t. to the maximal subgroup nesting level.
Instead, simply defer the updating of the group's offset
until *after* translating the child layers, so that their
original area isn't clipped by the parent, while their new
area is still properly updated even if the parent's size
changes.
+ User interface:
- Many mnemonics added in various dialogs.
- Add a gimp-rotate-image-arbitrary action, and a corresponding
"Image -> Transform -> Arbitrary Rotation..." menu entry,
which activates the rotate tool in image mode (similarly to
the corresponding action for layers).
- On Windows, minimized GIMP window is now deiconified when
GIMP is run again (clicking its shortcut or otherwise).
+ Preferences:
- New "Swap compression" option: explicit control over the
tile-swap compression algorithm in GEGL. "Best performance"
is used by default, "Balanced", "Best compression", and
"None" (disables compression) are available.
+ Devel docs:
- Update the libgimpconfig and libgimpbase docs.
- Update docs with missing symbols and types.
- New docs for structs and enums.
+ Debugging:
- New mnemonic-clashes tool to help looking for mnemonic
clashes.
+ Updated translations.

==== glib2 ====
Subpackages: glib2-lang glib2-tools libgio-2_0-0 libgio-2_0-0-32bit
libglib-2_0-0 libglib-2_0-0-32bit libgmodule-2_0-0 libgmodule-2_0-0-32bit
libgobject-2_0-0 libgobject-2_0-0-32bit libgthread-2_0-0

- Re-enable systemtap, and require systemtap-headers and
systemtap-dtrace, rather than systemtap-sdt-devel, to avoid build
cycle (boo#1145438).
- Own /usr/share/systemtap{|tapset} directories, since we no
longer have systemtap-sdt-devel in BuildRequires.
- Disable lto if systemtap is enabled: build fails otherwise.

==== gtk3 ====
Subpackages: gtk3-data gtk3-immodule-amharic gtk3-immodule-inuktitut
gtk3-immodule-thai gtk3-immodule-tigrigna gtk3-immodule-vietnamese
gtk3-immodule-xim gtk3-lang gtk3-schema gtk3-tools libgtk-3-0
typelib-1_0-Gtk-3_0

- Don't recommend -lang subpackage

==== libgnomekbd ====
Subpackages: gnomekbd-tools libgnomekbd-lang libgnomekbd8

- Add explicit conflicts in typelib-1_0-Gkbd-3_0 and gnomekbd-tools
against libgnomekbd < 3.26.1, before package split was done.

==== libqmi ====
Version update (1.22.6 -> 1.24.0)
Subpackages: libqmi-glib5 libqmi-tools

- Update to version 1.24.0:
+ Various new services, requests and firmware update support
added.

==== librsvg ====
Subpackages: gdk-pixbuf-loader-rsvg librsvg-2-2 librsvg-lang rsvg-thumbnailer
typelib-1_0-Rsvg-2_0

- Add patches to fix coloring of symbolic icons (glgo#GNOME/librsvg#525):
* 0001-croco.rs-Add-struct-definition-for-CRSimpleSel.patch
* 0002-Compute-the-specificity-of-CSS-selectors.patch
* 0003-525-Consider-specificity-when-applying-CSS-selector-.patch
- Remove BuildRequires rust-std. The replacement rust-std-static
is already required by rust.

==== libtommath ====
Version update (1.0 -> 1.2.0)

- update License tag in specfile (project relicensed to Unlicense
in upstream v1.1.0-rc1)
- upgrade to version 1.2.0
* API refactoring, some functions marked as deprecated
* functions returning a value marked with "warn on unused result"
* FIPS 186.4 complient prime checking
* two's complement functions and mp_{set,get}_double()
* mp_rand() has multiple native random provider implementations
* add mp_decr(), mp_incr() and mp_log_u32()
* various improvements
* provide pkgconfig file
- adjust build and install section to match upstream changes

==== pipewire ====
Version update (0.2.6 -> 0.2.7)
Subpackages: libpipewire-0_2-1 pipewire-modules pipewire-spa-plugins
pipewire-spa-tools pipewire-tools

- Update to version 0.2.7:
+ Add support for alsa-lib 1.1.9 which changed the include path
+ Improve error checking and reporting in the protocol
+ deviceprovider: fix probing without starting
+ add sentinel to some functions
+ compiler fixes for musl
+ Revert object tree permission checks that broke things, this is
probably not a good idea (and the tree of objects is going to
be removed later)

==== procmail ====

- Add latest patch sets from Debian:
* patch set 27 replaces procmail-3.22-CVE-2014-3618.patch
* patch set 28 does fix off-by-one error that makes procmail to
segfault on certain .procmailrc files
* patch set 29 does fix formail memory corruption
* patch set 30 replaces procmail-formisc.c.patch for CVE-2017-16844
- Remove obsolate patches
* procmail-3.22-CVE-2014-3618.patch
* procmail-formisc.c.patch

==== salt ====
Subpackages: python3-salt salt-master salt-minion

- Remove virt.pool_delete fast parameter (U#54474)
- Added:
* remove-virt.pool_delete-fast-parameter-178.patch
- Remove unnecessary yield causing BadYieldError (bsc#1154620)
- Added:
* remove-unnecessary-yield-causing-badyielderror-bsc-1.patch
- Prevent 'Already reading' continuous exception message (bsc#1137642)
- Added:
* prevent-already-reading-continuous-exception-message.patch

==== spamassassin ====
Subpackages: perl-Mail-SpamAssassin

- update spampd to 2.53
* Fix LMTP delivery with multiple recipients
* Fix Warning for "Use of uninitialized value in string"
update spampd to 2.52
* Override Net::Server's HUP handling, just restart children
* Add --version option to print information about SpamPD,
Net::Server, SpamAssassin, and Perl.
* Add warnings about using deprecated options.
* Documentation updates and code cosmetics.
- Update download links (add for spampd and iXhash2 sources)
- Add source verification (add spamassassin.keyring)
- Add %{perl_requires} for perl-Mail-SpamAssassin
- Fix "PIDFile= references a path below legacy directory /var/run/"
(change /var/run/ -> /run/)
- Don't package README.SuSE which documents an init script that
was never bundled

==== webkit2gtk3 ====
Version update (2.26.1 -> 2.26.2)
Subpackages: libjavascriptcoregtk-4_0-18 libwebkit2gtk-4_0-37
libwebkit2gtk3-lang typelib-1_0-JavaScriptCore-4_0 typelib-1_0-WebKit2-4_0
webkit2gtk-4_0-injected-bundles

- Update to version 2.26.2:
+ Improve performance of querying system fallback fonts.
+ Don't use prgname in dbus-proxy socket path.
+ Fix thread-safety issues in image decoders.
+ Fix the build with WebDriver disabled.
+ Disable accelerated compositing when we fail to initialize the
EGL dispaly under Wayland.
+ Fill the objects category in emoji picker.
+ Fix several crashes and rendering issues.


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