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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20200802 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 04 Aug 2020 14:00:22 +0000
  • Message-id: <159654962208.7029.14472384114169510930@go-agent-stagingbot-2>

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Packages changed:
aaa_base (84.87+git20200507.e2243a4 -> 84.87+git20200708.f5e90d7)
automake (1.16.1 -> 1.16.2)
gcc10 (10.1.1+git290 -> 10.2.1+git465)
libeconf (0.3.7+git20200605.c67ef9a -> 0.3.8+git20200710.5126fff)
mpfr (4.0.2 -> 4.1.0)
nodejs14 (14.5.0 -> 14.6.0)
rhino (1.7R3 ->
skopeo (1.1.0 -> 1.1.1)

=== Details ===

==== aaa_base ====
Version update (84.87+git20200507.e2243a4 -> 84.87+git20200708.f5e90d7)
Subpackages: aaa_base-extras

- Update to version 84.87+git20200708.f5e90d7:
* check for Packages.db and use this instead of Packages
* Add also support for /usr/etc/profile.d for tcsh
* Do add some support for /usr/etc/profile.d

==== automake ====
Version update (1.16.1 -> 1.16.2)

- Fix name tag for multibuild
- Add etags to BuildRequires for testsuite
- Add automake-testsuite-vala-gcc10.patch: fixes testsuite
- Changed automake-SuSE.patch: updated for new version
- Update to 1.16.2. Changes since 1.16.1:
* New features added
- add zstd support and the automake option, dist-zstd.
- support for Python 3: py-compile now supports both Python 3
and Python 2; tests do not require .pyo files, and uninstall
deletes __pycache__ correctly (automake bug #32088).
* Miscellaneous changes
- automake no longer requires a @setfilename in each .texi file
* Bugs fixed
- When cleaning the compiled python files, '\n' is not used anymore in the
substitution text of 'sed' transformations. This is done to preserve
compatibility with the 'sed' implementation provided by macOS which
considers '\n' as the 'n' character instead of a newline.
(automake bug#31222)
- For make tags, lisp_LISP is followed by the necessary space when
(automake bug#38139)
- The automake test no longer fails when localtime
and UTC cross a day boundary.
- Emacsen older than version 25, which require use of
byte-compile-dest-file, are supported again.
- convert testsuite to singlespec

==== bash ====
Subpackages: bash-doc bash-lang

- Add official patch bash50-018
* In certain cases, bash does not perform quoted null removal on patterns
that are used as part of word expansions such as ${parameter##pattern}, so
empty patterns are treated as non-empty.

==== coreutils ====
Subpackages: coreutils-doc coreutils-lang

- Drop suse-module-tools BuildRequires: this was used for the macro
regenerate_initrd_post/posttrans, which have been moved to
rpm-config-SUSE in Jan 2019.

==== gcc10 ====
Version update (10.1.1+git290 -> 10.2.1+git465)
Subpackages: cpp10 gcc10-info gcc10-locale libasan6 libatomic1 libgcc_s1
libgcc_s1-32bit libgfortran5 libgomp1 libitm1 liblsan0 libobjc4 libquadmath0
libstdc++6 libstdc++6-32bit libstdc++6-devel-gcc10 libstdc++6-locale
libstdc++6-pp-gcc10 libstdc++6-pp-gcc10-32bit libtsan0 libubsan1

- Update to gcc-10 branch head (c0438ced53bcf57e4ebb1c38c), git465.
* Includes GCC 10.2 release. [bsc#1173972] [jsc#ECO-2373]
* Picks up fixes for C++20 coroutines support. [jsc#SLE-12297]
* Picks up fix for a recent chromium build fail.
- Build x86 CET enabled runtime for Factory.
- Disable GCN offloading for SLE12 and SLE15 GA.
- Update to gcc-10 branch head (12e1a54b06777db74ce375496), git355.
* Includes fix for non-reproducible builds with LTO [bsc#1172846].
- Enable nvptx support for aarch64

==== libeconf ====
Version update (0.3.7+git20200605.c67ef9a -> 0.3.8+git20200710.5126fff)
Subpackages: libeconf0 libeconf0-32bit

- Update to version 0.3.8+git20200710.5126fff:
* Add CMake build scripts, remove autotools support
* Move C++ ABI compatibility section

==== mpfr ====
Version update (4.0.2 -> 4.1.0)

- Update to mpfr 4.1.0
* New function mpfr_get_str_ndigits about conversion to a string of digits.
* New function mpfr_dot for the dot product (incomplete, experimental).
* New functions mpfr_get_decimal128 and mpfr_set_decimal128 (available only
when MPFR has been built with decimal float support).
* New function mpfr_cmpabs_ui.
* New function mpfr_total_order_p for the IEEE 754 totalOrder predicate.
* The mpfr_out_str function now accepts bases from -2 to -36, in order to
follow mpfr_get_str and GMP's mpf_out_str functions (these cases gave an
assertion failure, as with other invalid bases).
* Shared caches: cleanup; really detect lock failures (abort in this case).
* The behavior of the formatted output functions (mpfr_printf, etc.) with
an empty precision field has improved: trailing zeros are kept in a way
similar to the formatted output functions from C.
* Improved mpfr_add and mpfr_sub when all operands have a precision equal to
twice the number of bits per word, e.g., 128 bits on a 64-bit platform.
* Optimized the tuning parameters for various architectures.
* Improved test coverage to 98.6% of code for x86_64.
* Bug fixes.
* MPFR manual: corrected/completed the mpfr_get_str description in order to
follow the historical behavior and GMP's mpf_get_str function.
- Remove mpfr-4.0.2-p6.patch and floating-point-format-no-lto.patch

==== nodejs14 ====
Version update (14.5.0 -> 14.6.0)
Subpackages: npm14

- Update to version 14.6.0:
* deps:
+ upgrade to libuv 1.38.1
+ upgrade npm to 6.14.6
+ update V8 to 8.4.371.19
* module:
+ doc only deprecation of module.parent
+ package "imports" field
* src: allow embedders to disable esm loader
* tls: make 'createSecureContext' honor more options
* vm: add run-after-evaluate microtask mode
* worker: add option to track unmanaged file descriptors
- versioned.patch - refreshed

==== open-iscsi ====
Subpackages: iscsiuio libopeniscsiusr0_2_0

- Upgrade to upstream vresion 2.1.2 as 2.1.2-suse (for
jre#SES-1081), including:
* use openssl for random data generation
* Misspelled socket name might cause confusion to inexperienced user.
* iscsi/libopeniscsiusr:add libopeniscsiuser_node.h to HEADERS
* Let initiator name be created by iscsi-init.service.
* iscsi: fix fd leak
* iscsi: Add break to while loop
* Fix compiler complaint about string copy in iscsiuio
* Fix a compiler complaint about writing one byte
* Fix issue with zero-length arrays at end of struct
* Add iscsi-init.service
* Proper disconnect of TCP connection
* Fix dependency on new systemd RPM macro
* Fix SIGPIPE loop in signal handler
* Update iscsi-iname.c
* log:modify iSCSI shared memory permissions for logs
* Sequence systemd services correctly when upgrading
* Ignore iface.example in iface match checks
* More changes for musl.
* Fix type mismatch under musl.
* Change include of <sys/poll.h> to <poll.h>
* Add for sequencing.
* Add workaround in SPEC file for installcheck.
* Fix issue where "iscsi-iname -p" core dumps.
* iscsi-iname: fix iscsi-iname -p access NULL pointer without given IQN prefix
* Fix iscsi.service so it handles restarts better
Replacing open-iscsi-2.1.1-suse.tar.bz2 with open-iscsi-2.1.2-suse.tar.bz2,
and updating open-iscsi-SUSE-latest.diff.bz2 to empty, since initially
there are no differences.

==== readline ====
Subpackages: libreadline8 readline-doc

- add upstream keyring and verify source signature
- change custom handling of official upstream patches to standard,
and verify signatures on official patches

==== rhino ====
Version update (1.7R3 ->

- Update to
* Release notes:
- Rebase patches:
* rhino-addOrbitManifest.patch
* rhino-build.patch
- Remove pathes:
* rhino-1.7R3-crosslink.patch
* rhino-288467.patch
* rhino-1.7-gcj.patch

==== skopeo ====
Version update (1.1.0 -> 1.1.1)

- Update to skopeo v1.1.1:
* Run htpasswd from our build-container instead of registry:2
* Vendor

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