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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20200309 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 14:01:53 +0000
  • Message-id: <158393531353.23154.8777725492086946096@go-agent-stagingbot-5>

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Packages changed:
argyllcms (2.1.1 -> 2.1.2)
capi4hylafax
cpupower
cups-filters (1.27.1 -> 1.27.2)
firewalld
icewm
icewm-theme-branding
kbd (2.0.4 -> 2.2.0)
libappindicator3
libcapi20 (2011.8.29 -> 3.27)
mxml (2.11 -> 3.1)
osc
python-M2Crypto
python-alembic (1.4.0 -> 1.4.1)
python-dulwich (0.19.13 -> 0.19.15)
python-gevent (1.4.0 -> 1.5.0~a3)
python-geventhttpclient
python-gssapi (1.6.1 -> 1.6.2)
python-idna (2.8 -> 2.9)
python-imagesize (1.1.0 -> 1.2.0)
python-jedi
python-lxml (4.4.2 -> 4.5.0)
python-mysqlclient
python-parso (0.6.1 -> 0.6.2)
python-pbr (5.4.3 -> 5.4.4)
python-pycurl (7.43.0.3 -> 7.43.0.5)
python-pyudev (0.21.0 -> 0.22.0)
python-setproctitle
python-sphinxcontrib-applehelp (1.0.1 -> 1.0.2)
python-sphinxcontrib-devhelp (1.0.1 -> 1.0.2)
python-sphinxcontrib-htmlhelp (1.0.2 -> 1.0.3)
python-sphinxcontrib-qthelp (1.0.2 -> 1.0.3)
python-sphinxcontrib-serializinghtml (1.1.3 -> 1.1.4)
python-tornado4
python3 (3.7.3 -> 3.8.2)
python3-base (3.7.3 -> 3.8.2)
salt (2019.2.2 -> 2019.2.3)
shared-python-startup
xfce4-statusnotifier-plugin (0.2.1 -> 0.2.2)

=== Details ===

==== argyllcms ====
Version update (2.1.1 -> 2.1.2)

- Update to version 2.1.2:
* Added -d option to spotread to print out Density values.
* Many i1Pro2 fixes.
* Changed targen round down/up to 0%/100% to have a tighter
tollerance of 0.5% rather than 2%, so that -n values of
L* 1 and 99 are not rounded.
* Fix bug in xicclu -v2 option when operating on a .cal file.
* Added -M option to ccxxmake.
* Added -Yk flag to spectro/dispread.
* Fixed bug in xicc/xmatrix.c when creating input profile from
XYZ input data.
* Modified txt2ti3 to cope with files that don't have
SampleName/SampleID fields.
* Added instrument ambient mode (-a flag) to dispcal, dispread
and ccxxmake.
* Fixed latent data sensitivity problem with i1Pro and Munki
Spectro high res-mode.
* Added spotread -rw option.
* Added check in dispwin for sanity of calibration curves.
* Added spectral support to namedc/cxf parser.
* Fixed profile/txt2ti3.c to properly handle i1profiler
SPECTRAL_NMXXX format.
* Changed dispcal ADJ_THRESH mode MIN_THRESH value to 0.25 from
0.05.
- Fix build with with -fno-common, which is the default in gcc-10
(bsc#1160256, argyllcms--gcc--fno-common.patch).

==== capi4hylafax ====

- switch to BuildReqires: pkgconfig(capi20) to allow building
against standalone libcapi-devel instead of i4l-base

==== cpupower ====
Subpackages: libcpupower0

- Do not show 0 boost states if boost states are supported, but could
not be read from PCI registers.
bsc#1165712, bsc#1164983
A amd_do_not_show_amount_of_boost_states_if_zero.patch

==== cups-filters ====
Version update (1.27.1 -> 1.27.2)

- Update to 1.27.2
* foomatic-rip: In some PostScript input files it was possible
that option settings did not get inserted or lines inserted
on the wron place (Issue #208, Pull request #210).
* foomatic-rip: For the PDF page count call Ghostscript in
sandbox mode and fix pointer arithmetics (Pull request
[#212]).
* foomatic-rip: Zero-page-job handling changes made the last
page of PostScript files not printed, also turning one-page
jobs into zero-page jobs (Issue #200, Issue #206, Issue
[#208], Pull request #209, Pull request #210, Pull request
[#211]).
* cups-browsed: check_printer_with_option() function:
Initialize the value, add further checks, freeing memory and
stop allocating magic numbers (Pull request #204).
* cups-browsed: Additional checks against crashes in the
is_local_hostname() function (Ubuntu bug #1863716)

==== firewalld ====
Subpackages: firewalld-lang python3-firewall

- No longer recommend -lang: supplements are in use.

==== icewm ====
Subpackages: icewm-config-upstream icewm-default icewm-lang icewm-lite

- icewm-preferences.patch: Add the adwaita legacy path to the
IconPath. adwaita-icon-theme has its main icon updated to
symbolic style, while icewm's style is more suitable for
legacy-style icons (eg. web-browser). Without the update, current
icewm can not find default web-browser toolbar icon
(bsc#1157930).

==== icewm-theme-branding ====

- Add the adwaita legacy path to the IconPath in
preferences. adwaita-icon-theme has its main icon updated to
symbolic style, while icewm's style is more suitable for
legacy-style icons (eg. web-browser). Without the update,
current icewm can not find default web-browser toolbar icon
(bsc#1157930).
* add-adwaita-legacy-iconpath-to-preference.patch

==== kbd ====
Version update (2.0.4 -> 2.2.0)
Subpackages: kbd-legacy

- Update to version 2.2.0:
* setfont: Add option -d to double size of font.
* kbd_mode: Add -f option and deny dangerous mode switches
without it.
* Data files updates.
* Fix gcc warnings and error with gcc-10 (boo#1160273).
* Other fixes.
* For a full list of changes see:
https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/legion/kbd.git/log/
- Update home page.
- Refresh patches: kbd-1.15.2-dumpkeys-C-opt.patch,
kbd-1.15.2-setfont-no-cruft.patch,
kbd-1.15.5-loadkeys-search-path.patch.

==== libappindicator3 ====

- Use the vanilla nunit for compatibility with newer Mono

==== libcapi20 ====
Version update (2011.8.29 -> 3.27)

- provide/obsolete capi4linux in the correct version
- Update descriptions
- Modernize build procedure
- move *.so files to -devel package
- drop static libs
- standalone build to satisfy dependencies of capi4hylafax
sources used are the same as debian uses

==== mxml ====
Version update (2.11 -> 3.1)

- Add keyring
- Fix source URLs to point to actual releases
- Update to version 3.1
- The mxmlLoad* functions now print an error when the XML does
not start with < and no parent node is supplied (Issue #256,
Issue #259)
- Fixed an issue with ?make install? trying to install old files
(Issue #257)
- Fixed some DSO installation issues on Linux.
- Changes from 3.0
- Changed the license to Apache 2.0 with exceptions (Issue #239)
- All of the internal node structures are now moved out of the
public header (Issue #240)
- Fixed a potential buffer overflow when writing floating point
data (Issue #233)
- Moved mxmldoc to a new codedoc project whose focus is on
generating code documentation (Issue #235, Issue #236, Issue
[#237])
- Error messages now include the line number of the error (Issue
[#230])
- The mxmlSetCDATA, mxmlSetElement, mxmlSetOpaque,
mxmlSetOpaquef, mxmlSetText, and mxmlSetTextf functions caused
a use-after-free bug if the value came from the same node
(Issue #241)
- The mxmlSetOpaquef and mxmlSetTextf functions did not work
(Issue #244)
- The _mxml_strdupf function did not work on Windows (Issue #245)
- Changes from 2.12
- Added yet more documentation about using MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK
when you want to get full strings for inline text instead of
separated words (Issue #190)
- No longer build documentation sets on macOS since Xcode no
longer supports them (Issue #198)
- Updated the va_copy macro for use with BCC (Issue #211)
- The mxmlNewCDATA and mxmlSetCDATA functions incorrectly added
the XML trailer ?]]? to the string (Issue #216)
- Cross-compiling failed on install (Issue #218)
- Fixed a crash bug in the mxmlWrite functions (Issue #228)
- The mxmlWrite functions no longer write the siblings of the
passed node (Issue #228)
- Updated the markdown and ZIP container libraries used for
mxmldoc.
- remove mxmldoc binaries and man pages
- enable threading support

==== osc ====

- Spec: temporary disable tests as they explode under python 3.8
* Needs to compare xml using testtools.matchers.MatchesStructure

==== python-M2Crypto ====

- in python3.8 the fp is wrapped in a Buffer. SSL.Connection.makefile
returns a socketIO which is no buffer.
Added: 001-fix-buffering-for-python38.patch

==== python-alembic ====
Version update (1.4.0 -> 1.4.1)

- update to version 1.4.1:
* Fixed regression caused by the new ?type comparison? logic
introduced in 1.4 as part of #605 where comparisons of MySQL
?unsigned integer? datatypes would produce false positives, as the
regular expression logic was not correctly parsing the ?unsigned?
token when MySQL?s default display width would be returned by the
database. Pull request courtesy Paul Becotte. References: #661
* Error message for ?path doesn?t exist? when loading up script
environment now displays the absolute path. Pull request courtesy
Rowan Hart. References: #663
* Fixed regression in 1.4.0 due to #647 where unique constraint
comparison with mixed case constraint names while not using a
naming convention would produce false positives during
autogenerate.References: #654
* The check for matched rowcount when the alembic_version table is
updated or deleted from is now conditional based on whether or not
the dialect supports the concept of ?rowcount? for UPDATE or
DELETE rows matched. Some third party dialects do not support this
concept. Pull request courtesy Ke Zhu.
* Fixed long-standing bug where an inline column CHECK constraint
would not be rendered within an ?ADD COLUMN? operation. The DDL
compiler is now consulted for inline constraints within the
Operations.add_column() method as is done for regular CREATE TABLE
operations. References: #655

==== python-dulwich ====
Version update (0.19.13 -> 0.19.15)

- update to 0.19.15:
* Properly handle files that are just executable for the
current user. (Jelmer Vernoo?, #734)
* Fix handling of stored encoding in
``dulwich.porcelain.get_object_by_path`` on Python 3.
(Jelmer Vernoo?)
* Support the include_trees and rename_detector arguments
at the same time when diffing trees.
(Jelmer Vernoo?)
* Strip superfluous <> around email. (monnerat)
* Stop checking for ref validity client-side. Users can
still call check_wants manually. (Jelmer Vernoo?)
* Switch over to Google-style docstrings.
* Add a ``dulwich.porcelain.active_branch`` function.
* Cleanup new directory if clone fails. (Jelmer Vernoo?, #733)
* Expand "~" in global exclude path. (Jelmer Vernoo?)

==== python-gevent ====
Version update (1.4.0 -> 1.5.0~a3)

- Use bundled libev library to overcome the current
incompatibility with libev > 4.25. gh#gevent/gevent#1501
- Upgrade to 1.5a3:
- The file objects (FileObjectPosix, FileObjectThread) now
consistently text and binary modes. If neither 'b' nor 't' is
given in the mode, they will read and write native strings.
If 't' is given, they will always work with unicode strings,
and 'b' will always work with byte strings. (FileObjectPosix
already worked this way.) See :issue:`1441`.
- The file objects accept encoding, errors and newline
arguments. On Python 2, these are only used if 't' is in the
mode.
- The default mode for FileObjectPosix changed from rb to
simply r, for consistency with the other file objects and the
standard open and io.open functions.
- Fix FileObjectPosix improperly being used from multiple
greenlets. Previously this was hidden by forcing buffering,
which raised RuntimeError.
- Fix using monkey-patched threading.Lock and threading.RLock
objects as spin locks by making them call sleep(0) if they
failed to acquire the lock in a non-blocking call. This lets
other callbacks run to release the lock, simulating
preemptive threading. Using spin locks is not recommended,
but may have been done in code written for threads,
especially on Python 3. See :issue:`1464`.
- Fix Semaphore (and monkey-patched threading locks) to be
fair. This eliminates the rare potential for starvation of
greenlets. As part of this change, the low-level method
rawlink of Semaphore, Event, and AsyncResult now always
remove the link object when calling it, so unlink can
sometimes be optimized out. See :issue:`1487`.
- Make gevent.pywsgi support Connection: keep-alive in
HTTP/1.0. Based on :pr:`1331` by tanchuhan.
- Fix a potential crash using gevent.idle() when using libuv.
See :issue:`1489`.
- Fix some potential crashes using libuv async watchers.
- Make ThreadPool consistently raise InvalidThreadUseError when
spawn is called from a thread different than the thread that
created the threadpool. This has never been allowed, but was
inconsistently enforced. On gevent 1.3 and before, this would
always raise "greenlet error: invalid thread switch," or
LoopExit. On gevent 1.4, it could raise LoopExit, depending
on the number of tasks, but still, calling it from
a different thread was likely to corrupt libev or libuv
internals.
- Remove some undocumented, deprecated functions from the
threadpool module.
- libuv: Fix a perceived slowness spawning many greenlets at
the same time without yielding to the event loop while having
no active IO watchers or timers. If the time spent launching
greenlets exceeded the switch interval and there were no
other active watchers, then the default IO poll time of about
.3s would elapse between spawning batches. This could
theoretically apply for any non-switching callbacks. This can
be produced in synthetic benchmarks and other special
circumstances, but real applications are unlikely to be
affected. See :issue:`1493`.
- Fix using the threadpool inside a script or module run with
python -m gevent.monkey. Previously it would use greenlets
instead of native threads. See :issue:`1484`.
- Fix potential crashes in the FFI backends if a watcher was
closed and stopped in the middle of a callback from the event
loop and then raised an exception. This could happen if the
hub's handle_error function was poorly customized, for
example. See :issue:`1482`
- Make gevent.killall stop greenlets from running that hadn't
been run yet. This make it consistent with Greenlet.kill().
See :issue:`1473` reported by kochelmonster.
- Make gevent.spawn_raw set the loop attribute on returned
greenlets. This lets them work with more gevent APIs, notably
gevent.killall(). They already had dictionaries, but this may
make them slightly larger, depending on platform (on CPython
2.7 through 3.6 there is no apparent difference for one
attribute but on CPython 3.7 and 3.8 dictionaries are
initially empty and only allocate space once an attribute is
added; they're still smaller than on earlier versions
though).
- Add support for CPython 3.8.0. (Windows wheels are not yet
available.)
- Add an --module option to gevent.monkey allowing to run
a Python module rather than a script. See :pr:`1440`.
- Improve the way joining the main thread works on Python 3.
- Implement SSLSocket.verify_client_post_handshake() when
available.
- Fix tests when TLS1.3 is supported.
- Disable Nagle's algorithm in the backdoor server. This can
improve interactive response time.
- Test on Python 3.7.4. There are important SSL test fixes.
- Python version updates: gevent is now tested with CPython
2.7.16, 3.5.6, 3.6.8, and 3.7.2. It is also tested with PyPy2
7.1 and PyPy 3.6 7.1 (PyPy 7.0 and 7.1 were not capable of
running SSL tests on Travis CI).
- Support for Python 3.4 has been removed, as that version is
no longer supported uptstream.
- gevent binary wheels are now manylinux2010 and include libuv
support. pip 19 is needed to install them. See :issue:`1346`.
- gevent is now compiled with Cython 0.29.6 and cffi 1.12.2.
- gevent sources include a pyproject.toml file, specifying the
build requirements and enabling build isolation. pip 18 or
above is needed to take advantage of this. See :issue:`1180`.
- libev-cffi: Let the compiler fill in the definition of
nlink_t for st_nlink in struct stat, instead of trying to
guess it ourself. Reported in :issue:`1372` by Andreas
Schwab.
- Remove the Makefile. Its most useful commands, make clean and
make distclean, can now be accomplished in a cross-platform
way using python setup.py clean and python setup.py clean -a,
respectively. The remainder of the Makefile contained Travis
CI commands that have been moved to .travis.yml.
- Deprecate the EMBED and LIBEV_EMBED, etc, build-time
environment variables. Instead, use GEVENTSETUP_EMBED and
GEVENTSETUP_EMBED_LIBEV. See :issue:`1402`.
- The CFFI backends now respect the embed build-time setting.
This allows building the libuv backend without embedding
libuv (except on Windows).
- Support test resources. This allows disabling tests that use
the network. See :ref:`limiting-test-resource-usage` for
more.
- Python 3.7 subprocess: Copy a STARTUPINFO passed as
a parameter. Contributed by AndCycle in :pr:`1352`.
- subprocess: WIFSTOPPED and SIGCHLD are now handled for
determining Popen.returncode. See
https://bugs.python.org/issue29335
- subprocess: No longer close redirected FDs if they are in
pass_fds. This is a bugfix from Python 3.7 applied to all
versions gevent runs on.
- Fix certain operations on a Greenlet in an invalid state
(with an invalid parent) to raise a TypeError sooner rather
than an AttributeError later. This is also slightly faster on
CPython with Cython. Inspired by :issue:`1363` as reported by
Carson Ip. This means that some extreme corner cases that
might have passed by replacing a Greenlet's parent with
something that's not a gevent hub now no longer will.
- Fix: The spawning_stack for Greenlets on CPython should now
have correct line numbers in more cases. See :pr:`1379`.
- The result of gevent.ssl.SSLSocket.makefile() can be used as
a context manager on Python 2.
- Python 2: If the backport of the _thread_ module from futures
has already been imported at monkey-patch time, also patch
this module to be consistent. The pkg_resources package
imports this, and pkg_resources is often imported early on
Python 2 for namespace packages, so if futures is installed
this will likely be the case.
- Python 2: Avoid a memory leak when an io.BufferedWriter is
wrapped around a socket. Reported by Damien Tournoud in
:issue:`1318`.
- Avoid unbounded memory usage when creating very deep spawn
trees. Reported in :issue:`1371` by dmrlawson.
- Win: Make examples/process.py do something useful. See
:pr:`1378` by Robert Iannucci.
- Spawning greenlets can be up to 10% faster. See :pr:`1379`.
- Removed remove-testCongestion.patch which was subsumed in the
upstream tarball.

==== python-geventhttpclient ====

- skip test test_cookielib_compatibility as it is borked upstream

==== python-gssapi ====
Version update (1.6.1 -> 1.6.2)

- update to 1.6.2
* docu update

==== python-idna ====
Version update (2.8 -> 2.9)

- update to 2.9:
- Update to Unicode 12.1.0.
- Prohibit A-labels ending with a hyphen (Thanks, Julien Bernard!)
- Future-proofing: Test on Python 3.7 and 3.8, don't immediately
fail should Python 4 come along.
- Made BSD 3-clause license clearer

==== python-imagesize ====
Version update (1.1.0 -> 1.2.0)

- update to 1.2.0:
* add SVG testsuite
* Python 3.8 compat

==== python-jedi ====

- add typing.patch - fix test_sys_getwindowsversion with new parso

==== python-lxml ====
Version update (4.4.2 -> 4.5.0)

- update to 4.5.0
* A new function indent() was added to insert tail whitespace
for pretty-printing an XML tree.
* LP#1857794 Tail text of nodes that get removed from a document
using item deletion disappeared silently instead of sticking with the node
that was removed.
* LP#1840234: The package version number is now available as lxml.__version__

==== python-mysqlclient ====

- fix test package by adding BuildRequires: %{python_module mysqlclient
>= %{version}}
- switch to multibuild to run tests and avoid a buildcycle with
mariadb

==== python-parso ====
Version update (0.6.1 -> 0.6.2)

- update to 0.6.2
* Add Grammar.refactor (might still be subject to change until 0.7.0)
* add py_38.patch - fix tests with py-3.8.2

==== python-pbr ====
Version update (5.4.3 -> 5.4.4)

- update to 5.4.4:
* trivial: Use 'open' context manager
* Update to latest hacking
* Mark strings as raw

==== python-pycurl ====
Version update (7.43.0.3 -> 7.43.0.5)

- update to 7.43.0.5
- refresh python-pycurl-7.43.0-tls-backend.patch
* added python 3.8 support
* officialy ended support for python 2

==== python-pyudev ====
Version update (0.21.0 -> 0.22.0)

- update to 0.22.0:
- Add a six-enabled move for collections move imports:
https://github.com/pyudev/pyudev/pull/386
- Fix any newly introduced pylint errors
- Numerous improvements or updates to the test infrastructure
- A number of test updates
- Require yapf 0.21.0 for Python formatting
- Various documentation fixes and updates

==== python-setproctitle ====

- Remove patch use-pkg-config.patch as we don't need to tweak
this stuff at all
- Update use-pkg-config.patch to use the embedded profile, to build
against Python 3.8.

==== python-sphinxcontrib-applehelp ====
Version update (1.0.1 -> 1.0.2)

- version update to 1.0.2
* Fix package metadata

==== python-sphinxcontrib-devhelp ====
Version update (1.0.1 -> 1.0.2)

- version update to 1.0.2
* Fix package metadata

==== python-sphinxcontrib-htmlhelp ====
Version update (1.0.2 -> 1.0.3)

- update to 1.0.3:
* #6685: htmlhelp builder should generate HTML4 docs instead of HTML5

==== python-sphinxcontrib-qthelp ====
Version update (1.0.2 -> 1.0.3)

- version update to 1.0.3
* Fix package metadata

==== python-sphinxcontrib-serializinghtml ====
Version update (1.1.3 -> 1.1.4)

- version update to 1.1.4
* Fix package metadata

==== python-tornado4 ====

- Add patches to work with python3.8 (kinda):
* py38-0001-test-silence-deprecation-warning.patch
* py38-0002-dont-log-CancelledError.patch

==== python3 ====
Version update (3.7.3 -> 3.8.2)
Subpackages: python3-curses python3-dbm

- Update to 3.8.2:
- Complete list of changes is available at

https://docs.python.org/release/3.8.2/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-2-final,
but most of them are just bugfixes.
- Updated patches:
- F00102-lib64.patch
- OBS_dev-shm.patch
- SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add CVE-2020-8492-urllib-ReDoS.patch fixing the security bug
"Python urrlib allowed an HTTP server to conduct Regular
Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS)" (bsc#1162367)
- Add Requires: libpython%{so_version} == %{version}-%{release}
to python3-base to keep both packages always synchronized
(bsc#1162224).
- Do not pull in bluez in base again, explain the cycle,
it needs to be solved by bluez maintainer for us by providing
just the headers separately
- Reame idle icons to idle3 in order to not conflict with python2
variant of the package
* renamed the icons
* renamed icon load in desktop file
- Add importlib_resources provide/obsolete as it is integral
part of the lang since 3.7 release
- Add -fno-semantic-interposition as it brings speed up:
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/PythonNoSemanticInterpositionSpeedup
- Update to 3.8.1:
- This is mainly bugfix release and no significant changes to
API are expected. The full changelog is available on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-1
- Remove bpo-38688_shutil.copytree_prevent-infinite-recursion.patch,
which is included in the upstream tarball.
- Add bpo-31046_ensurepip_honours_prefix.patch which makes
ensurepip to honour the value of $(prefix). Proposed fix for
bpo#31046..
- Move bluez-devel dependency to base as it is needed for
socket.AF_BLUETOOTH and otherwise does not work
- Reintroduce QtHelp with the help of the new BR
python-sphinxcontrib-qthelp.
- Fix SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch, the platform agnostic infix for
library installation is "lib", not "dir".
- Move idle subpackage build from python3-base to python3.
appstream-glib required for packaging introduces considerable
extra dependencies and a build loop via rust/librsvg.
- Correct installation of idle IDE icons:
+ idle.png is not the target directory
+ non-GNOME-specific icons belong into icons/hicolor
- Add required Name key to idle3 desktop file
- Update to the final release 3.8.0. .
- New Features:
- Assignment expressions
- Positional-only parameters
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode files
- Debug build uses the same ABI as release build
- f-strings support = for self-documenting expressions and
debugging
- PEP 578: Python Runtime Audit Hooks
- PEP 587: Python Initialization Configuration
- Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data buffers
- New modules:
- importlib.metadata
- Improved modules:
- ast asyncio, builtins, collections, curses, ctypes,
datetime, functools, gc, gettext, gzip, idelib and IDLE,
inspect, io, json.tool, math, mmap, multiprocessing, os,
os.path, pathlib, pickle, plistlib, py_compile, shlex,
shutil, socket, ssl, statistics, sys, tarfile, threading,
tokenize, tkinter, time, typing, unicodedata, unittest,
venv, weakref, xml
- C API improvements
- bdist_winnst command has been deprecated (use bdist_wheel)
- https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/3.8.html remains rest of
changes including documentation on how to port your programs to
the current version of Python.
- Add idle3.appdata.xml and idle3.desktop (originally from
Fedora) to make Idle3 full GUI desktop application.
(bsc#1153830)
- Drop intltool from BuildRequires. Doesn't appear to be used.
- Add folder version to allow tarball downloads even for beta/rc
releases
- Revert patches from Fedora (F00102-lib64.patch and
F00251-change-user-install-location.patch) into their original
prisitine Fedora versions, SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch refreshed
accordingly.
- Correct quotation of platsubdir in Lib/distutils/command/install.py
- Replace python-3.6.0-multilib.patch with two patches from
Fedora (F00102-lib64.patch and
F00251-change-user-install-location.patch), and our own
SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch to allow better cooperation with
Fedora and better upstreaming.
- Add OBS_dev-shm.patch fixing bpo#38377
- Pull in just gettext and let solver to sort out between:
gettext-runtime-mini and gettext-runtime
- Update to 3.8.0rc1. Overall changes from 3.7:
- PEP 572, Assignment expressions
- PEP 570, Positional-only arguments
- PEP 587, Python Initialization Configuration (improved
embedding)
- PEP 590, Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- PEP 578, Runtime audit hooks
- PEP 574, Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data
- Typing-related: PEP 591 (Final qualifier), PEP 586 (Literal
types), and PEP 589 (TypedDict)
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode
- Debug builds share ABI as release builds, also the 'm' ABI
tag was removed (irrelevant since 3.4), bpo#36707
- f-strings support a handy = specifier for debugging
- continue is now legal in finally: blocks
- on Windows, the default asyncio event loop is now
ProactorEventLoop
- on macOS, the spawn start method is now used by default in
multiprocessing
- multiprocessing can now use shared memory segments to avoid
pickling costs between processes
- typed_ast is merged back to CPython
- LOAD_GLOBAL is now 40% faster
- pickle now uses Protocol 4 by default, improving performance
- Refreshed patches:
- CVE-2019-5010-null-defer-x509-cert-DOS.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-fix_date_time_compiler.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add bpo36302-sort-module-sources.patch (boo#1041090)
- Try harder obsoleting importlib-metadata
- Update to 3.8.0b4:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-4
- Re-enable test_threading on aarch64
- Remove xrpm from subpackage tk description
- Update to 3.8.0b3:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-3
- Patches reapplied:
- python-3.3.0b1-fix_date_time_compiler.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-test-posix_fadvise.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add Provides: python3-importlib-metadata
- Update to 3.8.0b2:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-2
- Patches included in upstream:
- bpo-37169_PyObject_IsFreed.patch
- Patches reapplied:
- 00251-change-user-install-location.patch
- distutils-reproducible-compile.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-localpath.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- Update list of skipped tests for qemu linux-user build
- Don't do profiling in qemu linux-user build
- Update to 3.8.0b1 (changes since 3.7.*):
- PEP 572, Assignment expressions
- PEP 570, Positional-only arguments
- PEP 587, Python Initialization Configuration (improved embedding)
- PEP 590, Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- PEP 578, Runtime audit hooks
- PEP 574, Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data
- Typing-related: PEP 591 (Final qualifier), PEP 586 (Literal
types), and PEP 589 (TypedDict)
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode
- Debug builds share ABI as release builds
- f-strings support a handy = specifier for debugging
- continue is now legal in finally: blocks
- multiprocessing can now use shared memory segments to avoid
pickling costs between processes
- typed_ast is merged back to CPython
- LOAD_GLOBAL is now 40% faster
- pickle now uses Protocol 4 by default, improving performance
- Remove patches which were included in the upstream:
- 00251-change-user-install-location.patch
- 00316-mark-bdist_wininst-unsupported.patch
- CVE-2019-9947-no-ctrl-char-http.patch
- raise_SIGING_not_handled.patch

==== python3-base ====
Version update (3.7.3 -> 3.8.2)

- Update to 3.8.2:
- Complete list of changes is available at

https://docs.python.org/release/3.8.2/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-2-final,
but most of them are just bugfixes.
- Updated patches:
- F00102-lib64.patch
- OBS_dev-shm.patch
- SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add CVE-2020-8492-urllib-ReDoS.patch fixing the security bug
"Python urrlib allowed an HTTP server to conduct Regular
Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS)" (bsc#1162367)
- Add Requires: libpython%{so_version} == %{version}-%{release}
to python3-base to keep both packages always synchronized
(bsc#1162224).
- Do not pull in bluez in base again, explain the cycle,
it needs to be solved by bluez maintainer for us by providing
just the headers separately
- Reame idle icons to idle3 in order to not conflict with python2
variant of the package
* renamed the icons
* renamed icon load in desktop file
- Add importlib_resources provide/obsolete as it is integral
part of the lang since 3.7 release
- Add -fno-semantic-interposition as it brings speed up:
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/PythonNoSemanticInterpositionSpeedup
- Update to 3.8.1:
- This is mainly bugfix release and no significant changes to
API are expected. The full changelog is available on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-1
- Remove bpo-38688_shutil.copytree_prevent-infinite-recursion.patch,
which is included in the upstream tarball.
- Add bpo-31046_ensurepip_honours_prefix.patch which makes
ensurepip to honour the value of $(prefix). Proposed fix for
bpo#31046..
- Move bluez-devel dependency to base as it is needed for
socket.AF_BLUETOOTH and otherwise does not work
- Reintroduce QtHelp with the help of the new BR
python-sphinxcontrib-qthelp.
- Fix SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch, the platform agnostic infix for
library installation is "lib", not "dir".
- Move idle subpackage build from python3-base to python3.
appstream-glib required for packaging introduces considerable
extra dependencies and a build loop via rust/librsvg.
- Correct installation of idle IDE icons:
+ idle.png is not the target directory
+ non-GNOME-specific icons belong into icons/hicolor
- Add required Name key to idle3 desktop file
- Update to the final release 3.8.0. .
- New Features:
- Assignment expressions
- Positional-only parameters
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode files
- Debug build uses the same ABI as release build
- f-strings support = for self-documenting expressions and
debugging
- PEP 578: Python Runtime Audit Hooks
- PEP 587: Python Initialization Configuration
- Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data buffers
- New modules:
- importlib.metadata
- Improved modules:
- ast asyncio, builtins, collections, curses, ctypes,
datetime, functools, gc, gettext, gzip, idelib and IDLE,
inspect, io, json.tool, math, mmap, multiprocessing, os,
os.path, pathlib, pickle, plistlib, py_compile, shlex,
shutil, socket, ssl, statistics, sys, tarfile, threading,
tokenize, tkinter, time, typing, unicodedata, unittest,
venv, weakref, xml
- C API improvements
- bdist_winnst command has been deprecated (use bdist_wheel)
- https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/3.8.html remains rest of
changes including documentation on how to port your programs to
the current version of Python.
- Add idle3.appdata.xml and idle3.desktop (originally from
Fedora) to make Idle3 full GUI desktop application.
(bsc#1153830)
- Drop intltool from BuildRequires. Doesn't appear to be used.
- Add folder version to allow tarball downloads even for beta/rc
releases
- Revert patches from Fedora (F00102-lib64.patch and
F00251-change-user-install-location.patch) into their original
prisitine Fedora versions, SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch refreshed
accordingly.
- Correct quotation of platsubdir in Lib/distutils/command/install.py
- Replace python-3.6.0-multilib.patch with two patches from
Fedora (F00102-lib64.patch and
F00251-change-user-install-location.patch), and our own
SUSE-FEDORA-multilib.patch to allow better cooperation with
Fedora and better upstreaming.
- Add OBS_dev-shm.patch fixing bpo#38377
- Pull in just gettext and let solver to sort out between:
gettext-runtime-mini and gettext-runtime
- Update to 3.8.0rc1. Overall changes from 3.7:
- PEP 572, Assignment expressions
- PEP 570, Positional-only arguments
- PEP 587, Python Initialization Configuration (improved
embedding)
- PEP 590, Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- PEP 578, Runtime audit hooks
- PEP 574, Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data
- Typing-related: PEP 591 (Final qualifier), PEP 586 (Literal
types), and PEP 589 (TypedDict)
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode
- Debug builds share ABI as release builds, also the 'm' ABI
tag was removed (irrelevant since 3.4), bpo#36707
- f-strings support a handy = specifier for debugging
- continue is now legal in finally: blocks
- on Windows, the default asyncio event loop is now
ProactorEventLoop
- on macOS, the spawn start method is now used by default in
multiprocessing
- multiprocessing can now use shared memory segments to avoid
pickling costs between processes
- typed_ast is merged back to CPython
- LOAD_GLOBAL is now 40% faster
- pickle now uses Protocol 4 by default, improving performance
- Refreshed patches:
- CVE-2019-5010-null-defer-x509-cert-DOS.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-fix_date_time_compiler.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add bpo36302-sort-module-sources.patch (boo#1041090)
- Try harder obsoleting importlib-metadata
- Update to 3.8.0b4:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-4
- Re-enable test_threading on aarch64
- Remove xrpm from subpackage tk description
- Update to 3.8.0b3:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-3
- Patches reapplied:
- python-3.3.0b1-fix_date_time_compiler.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-test-posix_fadvise.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- subprocess-raise-timeout.patch
- Add Provides: python3-importlib-metadata
- Update to 3.8.0b2:
Many bugfixes, full list on
https://docs.python.org/3.8/whatsnew/changelog.html#python-3-8-0-beta-2
- Patches included in upstream:
- bpo-37169_PyObject_IsFreed.patch
- Patches reapplied:
- 00251-change-user-install-location.patch
- distutils-reproducible-compile.patch
- python-3.3.0b1-localpath.patch
- python-3.6.0-multilib.patch
- Update list of skipped tests for qemu linux-user build
- Don't do profiling in qemu linux-user build
- Update to 3.8.0b1 (changes since 3.7.*):
- PEP 572, Assignment expressions
- PEP 570, Positional-only arguments
- PEP 587, Python Initialization Configuration (improved embedding)
- PEP 590, Vectorcall: a fast calling protocol for CPython
- PEP 578, Runtime audit hooks
- PEP 574, Pickle protocol 5 with out-of-band data
- Typing-related: PEP 591 (Final qualifier), PEP 586 (Literal
types), and PEP 589 (TypedDict)
- Parallel filesystem cache for compiled bytecode
- Debug builds share ABI as release builds
- f-strings support a handy = specifier for debugging
- continue is now legal in finally: blocks
- multiprocessing can now use shared memory segments to avoid
pickling costs between processes
- typed_ast is merged back to CPython
- LOAD_GLOBAL is now 40% faster
- pickle now uses Protocol 4 by default, improving performance
- Remove patches which were included in the upstream:
- 00251-change-user-install-location.patch
- 00316-mark-bdist_wininst-unsupported.patch
- CVE-2019-9947-no-ctrl-char-http.patch
- raise_SIGING_not_handled.patch

==== salt ====
Version update (2019.2.2 -> 2019.2.3)
Subpackages: python3-salt salt-master salt-minion

- Use full option name instead of undocumented abbreviation for zypper
- Requiring python3-distro only for openSUSE/SLE >= 15
- Added:
* use-full-option-name-instead-of-undocumented-abbrevi.patch
- python-distro is only needed for > Python 3.7. Removing it for Python 2
- Avoid possible user escalation upgrading salt-master (bsc#1157465)
(CVE-2019-18897)
- Fix unit tests failures in test_batch_async tests
- Added:
* fix-unit-tests-for-batch-async-after-refactor.patch
- Batch Async: Handle exceptions, properly unregister and close instances
after running async batching to avoid CPU starvation of the MWorkers
(bsc#1162327)
- RHEL/CentOS 8 uses platform-python instead of python3
- Enable build for Python 3.8
- Added:
* batch_async-avoid-using-fnmatch-to-match-event-217.patch
* apply-patch-from-upstream-to-support-python-3.8.patch
* batch-async-catch-exceptions-and-safety-unregister-a.patch
- Fix 'os_family' grain for Astra Linux Common Edition
- Added:
* add-astra-linux-common-edition-to-the-os-family-list.patch
- Update to Salt version 2019.2.3 (CVE-2019-17361) (bsc#1163981) (bsc#1162504)
See release notes:
https://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/topics/releases/2019.2.3.html
- Modified:
* use-adler32-algorithm-to-compute-string-checksums.patch
- Enable passing grains to start event based on 'start_event_grains'
configuration parameter
- Added:
* restrict-the-start_event_grains-only-to-the-start-ev.patch
* enable-passing-grains-to-start-event-based-on-start_.patch

==== shared-python-startup ====

- Setup Conflicts: so that older version of Python don?t collide
with this package.

==== xfce4-statusnotifier-plugin ====
Version update (0.2.1 -> 0.2.2)
Subpackages: xfce4-statusnotifier-plugin-lang

- Update to version 0.2.2
* Check tooltip type before deconstructing (bxo#15110)
* Preferences: Improved layout (bxo#14676)
* Fix building against xfce4-panel>=4.15
* Translation Updates


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