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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20201009 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2020 19:00:45 +0000
  • Message-id: <160235644507.20728.17620354519556798064@go-agent-stagingbot-1>

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The described changes are computed based on the x86_64 DVD.
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Packages changed:
dconf-editor (3.36.4 -> 3.36.7)
iagno (3.36.4 -> 3.36.7)
perl-Cpanel-JSON-XS (4.23 -> 4.24)
python-ldap (3.1.0 -> 3.3.1)

=== Details ===

==== dconf-editor ====
Version update (3.36.4 -> 3.36.7)
Subpackages: dconf-editor-lang

- Update to version 3.36.7:
+ Updated translations.

==== iagno ====
Version update (3.36.4 -> 3.36.7)
Subpackages: iagno-lang

- Update to version 3.36.7:
+ Add missing posix,
+ Updated translations.
- Drop iagno-add-missing-posix.patch: Fixed upstream.

==== ibus-table-chinese ====
Subpackages: ibus-table-chinese-array ibus-table-chinese-cangjie
ibus-table-chinese-cantonese ibus-table-chinese-easy ibus-table-chinese-erbi
ibus-table-chinese-jyutping ibus-table-chinese-quick ibus-table-chinese-scj
ibus-table-chinese-stroke5 ibus-table-chinese-wu
ibus-table-chinese-wubi-haifeng ibus-table-chinese-wubi-jidian

- Update ibus-table-chinese.spec: change the copyright to use
"SUSE LLC" according to the copyright attribution rules in the
SUSE Open Source Policy.

==== perl-Cpanel-JSON-XS ====
Version update (4.23 -> 4.24)

- updated to 4.24
see /usr/share/doc/packages/perl-Cpanel-JSON-XS/Changes
4.24 2020-10-02 (rurban)
- Fix decode_json(scalar, 0) (GH #171 plicease), check 2nd arg for true-ness

==== python-ldap ====
Version update (3.1.0 -> 3.3.1)

- update to upstream release 3.3.1:
* ``LDAPError`` now contains additional fields, such as ctrls, result, msgid
* ``passwd_s`` can now extract the newly generated password
* LDAP connections can now be made from a file descriptor
This release is tested on Python 3.8, and the beta of Python 3.9.
The following undocumented functions are deprecated and scheduled for removal:
- ``ldap.cidict.strlist_intersection``
- ``ldap.cidict.strlist_minus``
- ``ldap.cidict.strlist_union``
* Ensure ReconnectLDAPObject is not left in an inconsistent state after
a reconnection timeout
* Syncrepl now correctly parses SyncInfoMessage when the message is a
* Release GIL around global get/set option call
* Do not leak serverctrls in result functions
* Don't overallocate memory in attrs_from_List()
* Fix thread support check for Python 3
* With OpenLDAP 2.4.48, use the new header openldap.h
* Fix some edge cases regarding quoting in the schema tokenizer
* Fix escaping a single space in ldap.escape_dn_chars
* Fix string formatting in ldap.compare_ext_s
* Prefer iterating dict instead of calling dict.keys()
* Clarify the relationship between initialize() and LDAPObject()
* Improve documentation of TLS options
* Update FAQ to include Samba AD-DC error message
"Operation unavailable without authentication"
* Fix several incorrect examples and demos
(but note that these are not yet tested)
* Update Debian installation instructions for Debian Buster
* Typo fixes in docs and docstrings
* Test and document error cases in ldap.compare_s
* Test if reconnection is done after connection loss
* Make test certificates valid for the far future
* Use slapd -Tt instead of slaptest
* Mark the LICENCE file as a license for setuptools
* Use "unittest discover" rather than " test" to run tests

==== squid ====

- Reinstate permissions macros for pinger binary, because the permissions
package is also responsible for setting up the cap_net_raw capability,
currently a fresh squid install doesn't get a capability bit at all

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