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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20200115 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2020 02:00:32 +0000
  • Message-id: <157922643219.12668.1038404819012748037@go-agent-stagingbot-5>

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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:
https://openqa.opensuse.org/tests/overview?distri=opensuse&groupid=1&version=Tumbleweed&build=20200115

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Packages changed:
catfish (1.4.12 -> 1.4.13)
parted (3.2 -> 3.3)
perl-Perl-Tidy (20191203 -> 20200110)
schily
xfce4-panel-profiles (1.0.9 -> 1.0.10)

=== Details ===

==== catfish ====
Version update (1.4.12 -> 1.4.13)
Subpackages: catfish-lang

- Update to version 1.4.13
* Optimized svg and png assets
* Fix missing results from symbolic links (bxo#16318)
* Do not load catfishconfig during setup as it breaks Debian
packaging
* Translation Updates

==== parted ====
Version update (3.2 -> 3.3)
Subpackages: libparted0 parted-lang

- fix crash in do_resizepart
+ parted-fix-end_input-usage.patch: Fix end_input usage in
do_resizepart
- update to version 3.3, noteworthy changes:
- s390: Re-enabled virtio-attached DASD heuristics by using
HDIO_GETGEO when probing device geometry. Fixes a bug with
KVM virtio-blk backed by a DASD.
Parted now recognizes NVMe devices, NVDIMM, and RAM drives.
- Fix atari disklabel false positives by probing other labels first.
- Fix resizepart to adjust the end to be -1 sector when using iec
power of 2 units so that the next partition can start immediately
following the new end, just like mkpart does.
- Fix set and disk_set to not crash when there are no flags to set.
- Fix a udev cookie leak when using resizepart on device-mapper devices.
- Fix a gettext crash/error sometimes when using localized languages.
- Fix fat resize to preverve boot code, and thus not render the
filesystem unreconized by Windows.
- Fix rescue command: the rescue command often failed to find
filesystems due to leaving on cylinder alignment.
- libparted-fs-resize: Prevent crash resizing FAT file systems with very
deep directories with path names over 512 bytes long.
- Use 512b sector size when communicating with device-mapper. Fixes
problems with partitions being created too small on dm devices
with sector sizes > 5121b
- Don't crash in the disk_set command when a disk label is not found
- libparted-fs-resize: Prevent crash resizing FAT16 file systems.
- libparted-fs-resize: Prevent crash resizing FAT16 file systems.
- If the user specifies start/end of the partition as cylinders
and a cylinder has a size which is power of 2, then such address
does not trigger exact placement.
- mkpart: Allow negative start value when FS-TYPE is not given
- remove following patches (now in upstream):
- 0001-fdasd-geometry-handling-updated-from-upstream-s390-t.patch
- 0002-dasd-enhance-device-probing.patch
- 0003-parted-fix-build-error-on-s390.patch
- 0004-fdasd.c-Safeguard-against-geometry-misprobing.patch
- 0005-libparted-Remove-fdasd-geometry-code-from-alloc_meta.patch
- clean-the-disk-information-when-commands-fail-in-int.patch
- lib-fs-resize-prevent-crash-resizing-FAT16.patch
- libpartd-dasd-improve-flag-processing-for-DASD-LDL.patch
- libparted-Add-support-for-NVDIMM-devices.patch
- libparted-Add-support-for-NVMe-devices.patch
- libparted-Add-support-for-RAM-drives.patch
- libparted-BLKPG_RESIZE_PARTITION-uses-bytes.patch
- libparted-Use-read-only-when-probing-devices-on-linu.patch
- libparted-allow-bigger-snap-radius-if-cylinders-are-used.patch
- libparted-dasd-add-an-exception-for-changing-DASD-LD.patch
- libparted-dasd-add-new-fdasd-functions.patch
- libparted-dasd-add-test-cases-for-the-new-fdasd-func.patch
- libparted-dasd-correct-the-offset-where-the-first-pa.patch
- libparted-dasd-unify-vtoc-handling-for-cdl-ldl.patch
- libparted-dasd-update-and-improve-fdasd-functions.patch
- libparted-device-mapper-uses-512b-sectors.patch
- libparted-dont-warn-if-no-HDIO_GET_IDENTITY.patch
- libparted-fix-starting-CHS-in-protective-MBR.patch
- libparted-fix-udev-cookie-leak.patch
- libparted-make-sure-not-to-treat-percentages-and-cyls-as-exact.patch
- libparted-set-swap-flag-on-GPT-partitions.patch
- libparted-sysmacros.patch
- parted-3.2.tar.xz
- parted-3.2.tar.xz.sig
- parted-check-the-name-of-partition-first-when-to-nam.patch
- parted-dont-crash-in-disk_set-when-disk-label-not-found.patch
- parted-fix-crash-due-to-improper-partition-number-in.patch
- parted-fix-wrong-error-label-jump-in-mkpart.patch
- parted-ui-remove-unneccesary-information-of-command.patch
- tests-check-extended-partition-length.patch
- tests-increase-scsi_debug-tmo.patch
- tests-set-optimal-blocks-for-scsi_debug.patch
- tests-update-t0220-t0280-for-swap-flag.patch
- tests-use-wait_for_dev_to_-functions.patch
- tests-wait_for_-loop.patch
- backported or refreshed remaining patches

==== perl-Perl-Tidy ====
Version update (20191203 -> 20200110)

- updated to 20200110
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Perl-Tidy/CHANGES.md
[#]# 2020 01 10
- This release adds a flag to control the feature RT#130394 (allow short
nested blocks)
introduced in the previous release. Unfortunately that feature breaks
RPerl installations, so a control flag has been introduced and that feature
is now
off by default. The flag is:
- -one-line-block-nesting=n, or -olbn=n, where n is an integer as follows:
- olbn=0 break nested one-line blocks into multiple lines [new DEFAULT]
- olbn=1 stable; keep existing nested-one line blocks intact [previous
DEFAULT]
For example, consider this input line:
foreach (@list) { if ($_ eq $asked_for) { last } ++$found }
The new default behavior (-olbn=0), and behavior prior to version 20191203,
is to break it into multiple lines:
foreach (@list) {
if ( $_ eq $asked_for ) { last }
++$found;
}
To keep nested one-line blocks such as this on a single line you can add
the parameter -olbn=1.
- Fixed issue RT#131288: parse error for un-prototyped constant function
without parenthesized
call parameters followed by ternary.
- Fixed issue RT#131360, installation documentation. Added a note that the
binary
'perltidy' comes with the Perl::Tidy module. They can both normally be
installed with
'cpanm Perl::Tidy'

==== schily ====
Subpackages: cdda2wav cdrecord libcdrdeflt1_0 libdeflt1_0 libedc_ecc1_0
libedc_ecc_dec1_0 libfile1_0 libparanoia1_0 librmt1_0 librscg1_0 libscg1_0
libscgcmd1_0 libschily2_0 mkisofs readcd spax star

- Update to release 2019.12.05
* libschily: the function getargs() and similar (from the
option parser group) now support an extended format
specifier: Previously, %0 and %1 have been supported, now all
single digit numbers %0..%9 are supported.
* libfind: The functions fetchdir()/dfetchdir(), sortdir(),
cmpdir() now use size_t instead of int for the entry number
count and the allocated size.
* star: The new-volume-script= script is now called at the end
of _every tape_, even at the last one. This now allows to
have a script that automatically renames a standard archive
name into numbered archive names when a tree should be
splitted into chunks.
* star: In "pax" command line mode, star now uses -no-fsync as
default.

==== xfce4-panel-profiles ====
Version update (1.0.9 -> 1.0.10)

- Update to version 1.0.10
* Add openSUSE profile
* Add new error for invalid configuration files (bxo#15983)
* 'Current Configuration' now pulls the current panel state instead of
the state cached when the program starts (bxo#16114)
* A cancellable warning is now displayed when applying configurations
(bxo#14559)
* Translations updates
- Removed patch openSUSE-profile.patch because merged upstream


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