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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20200413 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2020 01:00:32 +0000
  • Message-id: <158691243272.24449.5317288347736423105@go-agent-stagingbot-4>

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The described changes are computed based on the x86_64 DVD.
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Please check the known defects of this snapshot before upgrading:
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Packages changed:
MozillaFirefox (74.0.1 -> 75.0)
btrfsprogs (5.4.1 -> 5.6)
cdrdao (1.2.3 -> 1.2.4)
discover
grub2
libappindicator3
libnotify (0.7.8 -> 0.7.9)
libostree (2019.6 -> 2020.3)
libreoffice (6.4.2.2 -> 6.4.3.2)
nano (4.9.1 -> 4.9.2)
qpdf (10.0.0 -> 10.0.1)
vulkan-loader (1.2.133 -> 1.2.135)
xdg-desktop-portal
xf86-input-mouse
zsh

=== Details ===

==== MozillaFirefox ====
Version update (74.0.1 -> 75.0)
Subpackages: MozillaFirefox-translations-common

- Mozilla Firefox 75.0
* https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/75.0/releasenotes
MFSA 2020-12 (bsc#1168874)
* CVE-2020-6821 (bmo#1625404)
Uninitialized memory could be read when using the WebGL
copyTexSubImage method
* CVE-2020-6822 (bmo#1544181)
Out of bounds write in GMPDecodeData when processing large images
* CVE-2020-6823 (bmo#1614919)
Malicious Extension could obtain auth codes from OAuth login flows
* CVE-2020-6824 (bmo#1621853)
Generated passwords may be identical on the same site between
separate private browsing sessions
* CVE-2020-6825 (bmo#1572541,bmo#1620193,bmo#1620203)
Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 75 and Firefox ESR 68.7
* CVE-2020-6826 (bmo#1613009,bmo#1613195,bmo#1616734,bmo#1617488,
bmo#1619229,bmo#1620719,bmo#1624897)
Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 75
- removed obsolete patch
mozilla-bmo1609538.patch
- requires
* rust >= 1.41
* rust-cbindgen >= 0.13.1
* mozilla-nss >= 3.51
* nodejs10 >= 10.19
- fix build issue in libvpx for i586 via mozilla-bmo1622013.patch
- increase _constraints memory for ppc64le

==== btrfsprogs ====
Version update (5.4.1 -> 5.6)
Subpackages: btrfsprogs-udev-rules libbtrfs0

- Update to 5.6:
* inspect logical-resolve: support LOGICAL_INO_V2 as new option '-o',
helps advanced dedupe tools
* inspect: user larger buffer (64K) for results
* subvol delete: support deletion by id (requires kernel 5.7+)
* dump-tree: new option --hide-names, replace any names
(file, directory, subvolume, xattr) in the output with stubs
* various fixes
- Update to 5.4.1
* build: fix docbook5 build
* check: do extra verification of extent items, inode items and chunks
* qgroup: return ENOTCONN if quotas not running (needs updated kernel)
* other: various test fixups
- BuildRequire pkgconfig(udev) instead of udev: Allow OBS to
shortcut through the -mini flavor.
- Use pkg-config --modversion udev to identify the current udev
version. This is more portable and supports the -mini flavors.
- Update to 5.4
* support new hash algorithms (kernel 5.5):
* mkfs.btrfs and btrfs-convert with --csum, crc32c, xxhash, sha256, blake2
* mkfs: support new raid1c3 and raid1c4 block group profiles (kernel 5.5)
* check:
* --repair delays start with a warning, can be skipped using --force
* enhanced detetion of inode types from partial data, more options for
repair
* receive: fix quiet option
* image: speed up chunk loading
* fi usage:
* sort devices by id
* print ratio of used/total per block group type
* rescue zero-log: reset the log pointers directly, avoid reading some other
potentially damaged structures
* new make target install-static to install only static binaries/libraries
* other
* docs updates
* new tests
* cleanups and refactoring
- Update to 5.3.1:
* libbtrfs: fix link breakage due to missing symbols
- Updaet to 5.3:
* mkfs:
* new option to specify checksum algorithm (only crc32c)
* fix xattr enumeration
* dump-tree: BFS (breadth-first) traversal now default
* libbtrfsutil: remove stale BTRFS_DEV_REPLACE_ITEM_STATE_x defines
* ci: add support for gitlab
* other:
* preparatory work for more checksum algorithms
* docs update
* switch to docbook5 backend for asciidoc
* fix build on uClibc due to missing backtrace()
* lots of printf format fixups
- Enable build of python-bindings for libbtrfsutil
- Update to 5.2.2:
* check:
* fix false report of wrong byte count for orphan inodes
* option -E was not handled correctly
* new check and repair for root item generation
* balance: check for full-balance before background fork
* mkfs: check that total device size does not overflow 16EiB
* dump-tree: print DEV_STATS key type
* other:
* new and updated tests
* doc fixups and updates
- update to 5.2.1
* scrub status: fix ETA calculation after resume
* check: fix crash when using -Q
* restore: fix symlink owner restoration
* mkfs: fix regression with mixed block groups
* core: fix commit to process all delayed refs
* other:
* minor cleanups
* test updates
- update to 5.2
* subvol show: print qgroup information when available
* scrub:
* status: show ETA, revamp the whole output
* fix reading/writing of last position on resume/cancel, potentially
skipping part of the filesystem on next resume
* dump-tree: add new option --noscan to use only devices given on the
commandline
* all-in-one binary (busybox style) with mkfs.btrfs, btrfs-image,
btrfs-convert, btrfstune
* image: fix hang when there are more than 32 cpus online and compression is
requested
* convert: fix some false ENOSPC errors when --rootdir is used
* build: fix gcc9 warnings
* core changes
* command handling cleanups
* dead code removal
* cmds-* files moved to cmds/
* other shared userspace files moved to common/
* utils.c split into more files
* preparatory work for more output formats
* libbtrfsutil: fix unaligned access
* other
* new and updated tests
* fix tests so CI passes again
* sb-mod can modify more superblock items
- update to version 5.1
* repair: flush/FUA support to avoid breaking metadata COW
* file extents repair no longer relies on data in extent tree
* lowmem: fix false error reports about gaps between extents
* add inode mode check and repair for various objects
* add check for invalid combination of nocow/compressed extents
* device scan option to forget scanned devices [new]
* mkfs: use same chunk size as kernel for initial creation
* dev-repace: better report when other exclusive operation runs
* help for sntax errors on command lines, print relevant msgs
* defrag: able to open files in RO mode
* dump-tree: --block can be specified multiple times
- update to version 4.20.2
* dump-super: minor output fixup
* revert fix for prefix detection of receive path, this is temporary and
unbreaks existing user setups
- Use correct path for dracut-fsck-help.txt in module-setup.sh (bsc#1122539)
* Remove module-setup.sh
* Add module-setup.sh.in
- Advise user of fs recovery options when we fail to mount (fate#320443,
bsc#1122539)
* Add dracut-fsck-help.txt
* Add module-setup.sh
- update to version 4.20.1
* libbtrfs: fix build of external tools due to missing symbols
* ci: enable library test
- update to version 4.20
* new feature: metadata uuid
* lightweight change of UUID without rewriting all metadata
(incompatible change)
* done by btrfstune -m/-M, needs kernel support, 5.0+
* image:
* fix block groups when restoring from multi-device image
* only enlarge result image if it's a regular file
* check
* more device extent checks and fixes
* can repair dir item with mismatched hash
* mkfs: uuid tree created with proper contents
* fix mount point detection due to partial prefix match
* other:
* new tests, build fixes, doc updates
* libbtrfsutil: fix tests if kernel lacks support for new
subvolume ioctls
- partial cleanup with spec-cleaner
- drop 0001-btrfs-progs-Add-support-for-metadata_uuid-field.patch
- drop 0002-btrfs-progs-btrfstune-Add-support-for-changing-the-u.patch
- drop 0003-btrfs-progs-Remove-fsid-metdata_uuid-fields-from-fs_.patch
- drop 0004-btrfs-progs-Remove-btrfs_fs_info-new_fsid.patch
- drop 0005-btrfs-progs-Directly-pass-root-to-change_devices_uui.patch
- Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
- Implement fate#325871
* Added 0001-btrfs-progs-Add-support-for-metadata_uuid-field.patch
* Added 0002-btrfs-progs-btrfstune-Add-support-for-changing-the-u.patch
* Added 0003-btrfs-progs-Remove-fsid-metdata_uuid-fields-from-fs_.patch
* Added 0004-btrfs-progs-Remove-btrfs_fs_info-new_fsid.patch
* Added 0005-btrfs-progs-Directly-pass-root-to-change_devices_uui.patch
- update to version 4.19.1
* check
* many lowmem mode improvements
* properly report qgroup mismatch errors
* check symlinks with append/immutable flags
* fi usage
* correctly calculate allocated/unallocated for raid10
* minor output updates
* mkfs
* detect ENOSPC on thinly provisioned devices
* fix spurious EEXIST during directory traversal
* restore: fix relative path for restore target
* dump-tree: print symbolic tree names for backrefs
* send: fix regression preventing send -p with subvolumes mounted on "/"
* corrupt-tree: refactoring and command line updates
* build
* make it work with e2fsprogs < 1.42 again
* restore support for autoconf 2.63
* detect if -std=gnu90 is supported
* other
* new tests
* cleanups
- update to version 4.19
* check: support repair of fs with free-space-tree feature
* core:
* port delayed ref infrastructure from kernel
* support write to free space tree
* dump-tree: new options for BFS and DFS enumeration of b-trees
* quota: rescan is now done automatically after 'assign'
* btrfstune: incomplete fix to uuid change
* subvol: fix 255 char limit checks
* completion: complete block devices and now regular files too
* docs:
* ship uncompressed manual pages
* btrfsck uses a manual page link instead of symlink
* other
* improved error handling
* docs
* new tests
- update to version 4.17.1
* check:
* add ability to fix wrong ram_bytes for compressed inline files
* beautify progress output
* btrfstune: allow to continue uuid change after unclean interruption
* several fuzz fixes:
* detect overalpping chunks
* chunk loading error handling
* don't crash with unexpected root refs to extents
* relax option parsing again to allow mixing options and non-options
arguments
* fix qgroup rescan status reporting
* build:
* drop obsolete dir-test
* new configure option to disable building of tools
* add compatibility options --disable-static and --disable-shared
* other:
* cleanups and preparatory work
* new test images
- spec cleanup
- update to version 4.17
* check
* many lowmem mode improvements
* properly report qgroup mismatch errors
* check symlinks with append/immutable flags
* fi usage
* correctly calculate allocated/unallocated for raid10
* minor output updates
* mkfs
* detect ENOSPC on thinly provisioned devices
* fix spurious EEXIST during directory traversal
* restore: fix relative path for restore target
* dump-tree: print symbolic tree names for backrefs
* send: fix regression preventing send -p with subvolumes mounted on "/"
* corrupt-tree: refactoring and command line updates
* build
* make it work with e2fsprogs < 1.42 again
* restore support for autoconf 2.63
* detect if -std=gnu90 is supported
- Removed patches (upstreamed):
* 0001-btrfs-progs-convert-fix-support-for-e2fsprogs-1.42.patch
* 0002-btrfs-progs-build-autoconf-2.63-compatibility.patch
* 0003-btrfs-progs-build-detect-whether-std-gnu90-is-suppor.patch
- Don't require libzstd-devel-static on builds that don't use it.
- fix installation of btrfs.5.gz
- Fix building on SLE11:
* btrfs-progs: convert: fix support for e2fsprogs < 1.42
* btrfs-progs: build: detect whether -std=gnu90 is supported
* btrfs-progs: build: autoconf 2.63 compatibility
* Fixed mismerged addition of libbtrfsutil1 package description
- Added patches:
* 0001-btrfs-progs-convert-fix-support-for-e2fsprogs-1.42.patch
* 0002-btrfs-progs-build-autoconf-2.63-compatibility.patch
* 0003-btrfs-progs-build-detect-whether-std-gnu90-is-suppor.patch
- update to version 4.16.1
* remove obsolete tools: btrfs-debug-tree, btrfs-zero-log, btrfs-show-super,
btrfs-calc-size
* sb-mod: new debugging tool to edit superblock items
* mkfs: detect if thin-provisioned device does not have enough space
* check: don't try to verify checksums on metadata dump images
* build: fail documentation build if xmlto is not found
* build: fix build of btrfs.static
- Remove patch: 0001-btrfs-progs-build-fix-static-build.patch (upstream)
- Update initrd script
- update to version 4.16
* libbtrfsutil - new LGPL library to wrap userspace functionality
* several 'btrfs' commands converted to use it:
* properties
* filesystem sync
* subvolume set-default/get-default/delete/show/sync
* python bindings, tests
* build
* use configured pkg-config path
* CI: add python, musl/clang, built dependencies caching
* convert: build fix for e2fsprogs 1.44+
* don't install library links with wrong permissions
* fixes
* prevent incorrect use of subvol_strip_mountpoint
* dump-super: don't verify csum for unknown type
* convert: fix inline extent creation condition
* check:
* lowmem: fix false alert for 'data extent backref lost for snapshot'
* lowmem: fix false alert for orphan inode
* lowmem: fix false alert for shared prealloc extents
* mkfs:
* add UUID and otime to root of FS_TREE - with the uuid, snapshots will
be now linked to the toplevel subvol by the parent UUID
* don't follow symlinks when calculating size
* pre-create the UUID tree
* fix --rootdir with selinux enabled
* dump-tree: add option to print only children nodes of a given block
* image: handle missing device for RAID1
* other
* new tests
* test script cleanups (quoting, helpers)
* tool to edit superblocks
* updated docs
- Add patch: 0001-btrfs-progs-build-fix-static-build.patch
- Add new library packages: libbtrfsutil
- use documentation shipped by upstream tar, reduce dependencies
- enable static build again, zstd now has static version
- update to version 4.15
* mkfs --rootdir reworked, does not minimize the final image but can be still
done using a new option --shrink
* fix allocation of system chunk, don't allocate from the reserved area
* other
* new and updated tests
* cleanups, refactoring
* doc updates
- spec: fix distro version condition
- update to version 4.14.1
* dump-tree: print times of root items
* check: fix several lowmem mode bugs
* convert: fix rollback after balance
* other
* new and updated tests, enabled lowmem mode in CI
* docs updates
* fix travis CI build
* build fixes
* cleanups
- update to version 4.14
* build: libzstd now required by default
* check: more lowmem mode repair enhancements
* subvol set-default: also accept path
* prop set: compression accepts no/none, same as ""
* filesystem usage: enable for filesystem on top of a seed device
* rescue: new command fix-device-size
* other
* new tests
* cleanups and refactoring
* doc updates
- Removed patches:
- rollback-regression-fix.patch - upstreamed
- spec: disable static build, missing libzstd-devel-static
- spec: disable zstd support for non-Tumbleweed distros

==== cdrdao ====
Version update (1.2.3 -> 1.2.4)

- Update to version 1.2.4:
* Fixed autocon warnings (Denis Leroy)
* Ported to lame 3.100 (from Fedora)
* G++ compile fixes (Nick Bailey)
* Renamed xdao folder to gcdmaster (Denis Leroy)
* pccts format security patch (from Fedora)
* Fixed compile issues with glibc >= 2.12
* Gcdmaster segfault fix (Adrian Knoth)
* Prevent a FTBFS on kfreebsd (Christoph Egger)
* Also look in /etc/default/cdrdao config (Andrew Suffield)
* Fix printf format security issues (Frantisek Kluknavsky Fedora)
* Add missing options to man page (Honza HorĂ¡k)
* CD_TEXT fix for HL-DT-ST (Kees Cook)
* Man page hyphen fixes (Markus Koschany)
* Some updates to the old scsilib smake files (Ubuntu patches)
- Drop no longer needed patches:
* cdrdao-1.2.2-scan.patch
* cdrdao-gcc6-fixes.patch

==== discover ====
Subpackages: discover-backend-flatpak discover-backend-fwupd
discover-backend-packagekit discover-lang

- Add missing kdeclarative-components runtime dependency (boo#1169153)

==== grub2 ====
Subpackages: grub2-i386-pc grub2-snapper-plugin grub2-systemd-sleep-plugin
grub2-x86_64-efi grub2-x86_64-xen

- Fix GCC 10 build fail (bsc#1158189)
* 0001-mdraid1x_linux-Fix-gcc10-error-Werror-array-bounds.patch
* 0002-zfs-Fix-gcc10-error-Werror-zero-length-bounds.patch

==== libappindicator3 ====

- Do not apply xappstatusicon.patch: pulls half of Mate into Ring1.
- Fix build on py2 less system
- Added xappstatusicon.patch. It adds support for XAppStatus Icon by
Linux Mint.

==== libnotify ====
Version update (0.7.8 -> 0.7.9)
Subpackages: libnotify-tools libnotify4 typelib-1_0-Notify-0_7

- Remove service files.
- Update to version 0.7.9:
+ Added man page for notify-send.
+ Dropped autotools.
- Require docbook5-xsl-stylesheets. Needed for manpage generation.

==== libostree ====
Version update (2019.6 -> 2020.3)
Subpackages: libostree-1-1

- Update to version 2020.3:
* A quick followup to 2020.2, which introduced support for
read-only sysroot ended up breaking some of the Fedora CoreOS
tests in coreos-assembler which in turn holds back ostree
going into FCOS
* Now that gap has been closed and more of those tests are being
run on the new CI.
- Update to version 2020.2:
* lib: Fix Since versions for 2020.1
* Post-release version bump
* "Brown paper bag" release that actually sets the
is_release_build=yes flag and also fixes the Since: on a few
new functions.
- Update to version 2020.1:
* There is now support for making the /sysroot mount point
read-only to start. This protects against a lot of accidental
damage, and also generalizes and improves the previous special
case handling of having /boot read-only. One known issue is
that ostree pull is broken with this enabled, and this will be
fixed.
* Error-handling around GPG verification has had an overhaul.
Specifically, libostree now has more specific error codes to
distinguish between different verification failures. This
should allow apps to have more fine-grained control over how
to respond to errors. Do note that the error messages
themselves have changed, and we strongly suggest that anyone
relying on a specific error message string to migrate to using
the API directly.
* The original "archive" (split up objects) format didn't make it
easy for a client system to know how much data it would be
downloading. Later, static deltas were added which addressed
this problem, but there are situations in which object fetches
still occur. Later then support for optional sizes metadata in
commit objects was added but was never really
stabilized/publicized. There were also some bugs in it. That is
now completed - the sizes data is now stable. and new API was
added to read it.
* This release adds initial fs-verity support; it doesn't do too
much today. Bigger picture it's important to understand that
the vision of OSTree is to enable Linux systems that feel like
they're "image based" (transactional, versioned updates, no
dependency resolution client side), but also to enable things
like doing commits on the client side. Today rpm-ostree
supports replacing the kernel client side as a first class
operation. This is crucially important to make it feel truly
like a Linux system that you own.
* A small tweak was made to have OSTree create repo structure
directories and files (such as objects/ or .lock) with group
write permissions. This is useful for managing OSTree remote
servers from multiple UIDs. For systems with the default umask
of 0022, this should have no effect.
* We've extensively reworked CI for the upstream repo. In
addition to Travis, testing is now done on top of Fedora
CoreOS. Not all tests have been carried over, but expect to see
more coming. This rework will also allow us to have more
comprehensive tests previously not possible.
* Several fixes were made to the test suite to handle the cases
of systemd vs no-systemd, and systemd is now advertised in the
list of features in ostree --version if present.

==== libreoffice ====
Version update (6.4.2.2 -> 6.4.3.2)
Subpackages: libreoffice-base libreoffice-base-drivers-firebird
libreoffice-calc libreoffice-draw libreoffice-filters-optional
libreoffice-gnome libreoffice-gtk3 libreoffice-icon-themes libreoffice-impress
libreoffice-l10n-cs libreoffice-l10n-da libreoffice-l10n-de libreoffice-l10n-el
libreoffice-l10n-en libreoffice-l10n-en_GB libreoffice-l10n-es
libreoffice-l10n-fr libreoffice-l10n-hu libreoffice-l10n-it libreoffice-l10n-ja
libreoffice-l10n-pl libreoffice-l10n-pt_BR libreoffice-l10n-ru
libreoffice-l10n-zh_CN libreoffice-l10n-zh_TW libreoffice-mailmerge
libreoffice-math libreoffice-pyuno libreoffice-qt5 libreoffice-writer
libreofficekit

- Update to 6.4.3.2:
* 6.4.2 RC2 release
- Drop merged patch adapt-o3tl-span-to-removal-of-std-span-cbegin-et-al.patch

==== nano ====
Version update (4.9.1 -> 4.9.2)
Subpackages: nano-lang

- GNU nano 4.9.2:
* fix crash after undoing an <Enter> at the end of leading
whitespace

==== qpdf ====
Version update (10.0.0 -> 10.0.1)

- Update to version 10.0.1
* Fixes a regression in QPDFObjectHandle::getStreamData

==== vulkan-loader ====
Version update (1.2.133 -> 1.2.135)

- Update to release 1.2.135
* Updated `CMakeLists.txt` and `common_codegen.py` to allow access to beta
types and commands when including `vulkan.h`. Generated new loader
header files.

==== xdg-desktop-portal ====
Subpackages: xdg-desktop-portal-lang

- Add patch from upstream to fix a use-after-free case:
* 0001-Fix-use-after-free-in-xdg_get_app_info_from_pid.patch
- Add patch from upstream to add AssumedAppArmorLabel key to D-Bus
service files to allow sandboxed processes to activate the portal
services if the sandbox makes use of AppArmor D-Bus mediation
rules that depend on the service's security label:
* 0002-add-AssumedAppArmorLabel-key-to-D-Bus-service-files.patch
- Add patch from upstream to fix a null pointer usage when no
default handler is set for desired type:
* 0003-Fix-criticals-if-no-default-handler-for-desired-type.patch

==== xf86-input-mouse ====

- Downgrade Supplements: xorg-x11-server to Enhances, to avoid the
package being pulled in by default. Contemporary mice are
handled by xf86-input-evdev or xf86-input-libinput.

==== zsh ====

- Stop sourcing /etc/bash.bashrc which causes problems with ls, add
a call to manually source /etc/zsh.zshrc.local if available.


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