pkgin fails when /var is >2TB #28

Closed
wesolows opened this Issue Dec 8, 2012 · 9 comments

Projects

None yet

4 participants

@wesolows
wesolows commented Dec 8, 2012

[root@e62cee8-cfcd-429c-9c56-4c33b367deb3 ~]# pkgin in scmgit
calculating dependencies... done.
pkgin: Can't statvfs() `/var/db/pkgin/cache': Value too large for defined data type

We're calling statvfs(), which is not the largefile interface. This works fine with a quota on the dataset.

This from base 1.8.4.

@iMilnb
iMilnb commented Dec 10, 2012

Hi, could you give pkgin's version please (pkgin -v) ? if version < 0.6.2.2 could you upgrade it? if version == 0.6.2.2 could you try building / running pkgin's WIP? http://pkgsrc-wip.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pkgsrc-wip/wip/pkgin/

Thanks

@wesolows

pkgin -v says 0.6.0. This is with dataset base-1.8.4; there is nothing newer, and I've verified that this pkgin is the newest available in the 1.8.4 repo. I'll coordinate with jperkin or others to figure out how to test a newer version of pkgin itself in this environment.

@jperkin
Member
jperkin commented Dec 10, 2012

Same problem with 0.6.2.2. @iMilnb while we're here, can you update wip to include the MACHINE_ARCH bits I put into pkgsrc? They are required to ensure the correct ABI is picked, and I don't want them lost when wip is merged. A cleaner fix in pkgin itself would be better, of course :)

I'll look at fixing the statvfs problem.

@jperkin
Member
jperkin commented Dec 10, 2012

@iMilnb

Index: Makefile.in
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/pkgin/pkgin/Makefile.in,v
retrieving revision 1.20
diff -u -r1.20 Makefile.in
--- Makefile.in 13 Jun 2012 13:50:16 -0000  1.20
+++ Makefile.in 10 Dec 2012 18:13:16 -0000
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@
        -DPKGTOOLS=\"${PKGTOOLS}\"

 CPPFLAGS+= -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
-CPPFLAGS+= -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -D_LARGE_FILES
+CPPFLAGS+= -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGE_FILES
 CPPFLAGS+= -DCHECK_MACHINE_ARCH=\"${MACHINE_ARCH}\"
 CPPFLAGS+= -Iexternal -I. -I${LOCALBASE}/include

Are you going to do an update before Q4 branch or should I bodge something in the pkgsrc Makefile for now?

@iMilnb
iMilnb commented Dec 11, 2012

@jperkin I wish to, my plan is to sync WIP with pkgsrc (including your changes) during this week.

Regarding the diff, I removed -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 from the main Makefile.in some time ago because it caused libfetch to fail under SmartOS IIRC, instead I've added:

#define FILE_OFFSET_BITS 64 /* needed for large filesystems on sunos */

in fsops.c. On a second read, it may be missing an underscore :)

@iMilnb
iMilnb commented Dec 17, 2012

Please try pkgin 0.6.3.1 from pkgsrc current (soon to be freezed as 2012Q4), it should fix that issue.

@jperkin
Member
jperkin commented Dec 17, 2012

Confirmed, pkgin 0.6.3.1 works fine, thanks.

@jperkin jperkin closed this Dec 17, 2012
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 18, 2012
taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.8.
=== 2.8 / 2012-10-17

* Minor enhancements
  * Added Net::HTTP::Persistent::detect_idle_timeout which can be used to
    determine the idle timeout for a host.
  * The read timeout may now be updated for every request.  Issue #33 by
    Mislav Marohnić
  * Added NO_PROXY support.  Pull Request #31 by Laurence Rowe.
  * Added #cert and #key aliases for Net::HTTP compatibility.  Pull request
    #26 by dlee.
  * The artifice gem now disables SSL session reuse to prevent breakage of
    testing frameworks.  Pull Request #29 by Christopher Cooke.
  * Disabled Net::HTTP::Persistent::SSLReuse on Ruby 2+.  This feature is now
    built-in to Net::HTTP.
* Bug fixes
  * Socket options are set again following connection reset.  Pull request #28
    by cmaion.
  * #shutdown now works even if no connections were made.  Pull Request #24 by
    James Tucker.
  * Updated test RSA key size to 1024 bits.  Bug #25 by Gunnar Wolf.
  * The correct host:port are shown in the exception when a proxy connection
    fails.  Bug #30 by glebtv.
7c3916f
@jperkin
Member
jperkin commented Jan 15, 2013

Sorry, this isn't actually fixed, I must have somehow tested the wrong binary..

Due to the way the includes are parsed putting it directly in fsops.c does not work. I think we should go with the original fix of passing -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 and fixing any resulting fallout (which is probably broken behaviour anyway).

For now I've done this in our tree: 1e76738

@jperkin jperkin reopened this Jan 15, 2013
@jsonn jsonn pushed a commit to jsonn/pkgsrc that referenced this issue May 25, 2013
jperkin Make sure largefile support is enabled on SunOS. See github issues
joyent/smartos-live#137 and joyent/pkgsrc#28 for more information.

Bump PKGREVISION.
4bf400d
@mamash mamash pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 12, 2013
kleink Update py-cssutils to 0.9.10.
cssutils.googlecode.com is gone, keep pypi.

0.9.10 130331

* BUGFIX: False HASH color values like #xyz were not being handled
  properly (thanks to Teruaki Koizumi)
* Fixed issue #23: Tests do work properly in newer Python (>2.7.1?)
  version now, old versions will report error. Before this was the
  other way round but this makes more sense probably
* Fixed issue #24: rgba color values did not validate properly
* (Jason R. Coombs) Fixed issue #25: Cssutils installs “tests” package
* Fixed issue #27: Small magnitude float values serialized incorrectly
* Fixed issue #28: Standalone semicolons in CSSStyleDeclaration is
  now simply stripped and does not remove directly following property
  too

0.9.10b1 120428

* REGRESSION: Valid profiles reported by validation may not be right
  but as these hardly say anything in the real world anyway the
  advancements in the following bugfixes are probably worth this.
  Profiles.validateWithProfile currently not working but should be
  hardly used anyway. As a workaround remove all profiles and add
  just the ones you want to use for your application
* BUGFIX: Profiles have been updated. Multiple profiles can be added
  via addProfiles and this is preferred to adding separate profiles
  with addProfile. Profiles do check for updated macros now so that
  e.g. CSS3 Colors defined in a different profile are valid for all
  properties defined before. This may lead to a reset of all properties
  and so may be an extremely expensive operation.
* BUGFIX: font-family names in profile CSS3_FONTS seem to have been
  defined wrongly. Family names containing spaces are valid now, even
  without quotes.
* BUGFIX: for Python 2.5 compatibility (thanks @Jason)
* IMPROVEMENT: Added all X11 color names and corresponding RGBA values
268b5f1
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update ruby-logging to 1.7.2.
== 1.7.2 / 2012-04-03

Bug Fixes
- Fixed segmentation fault on exit [issue #30]
- Fixed syswrite warning when IO contains unflushed data in buffer [issue #31]
- Added "mingw" to the list of Windows host versions

== 1.7.1 / 2012-03-05

Bug Fixes
- Fixed deprecated use of Config::* [issue #29]

== 1.7.0 / 2012-02-18

Enhancements
- Move appender factories [issue #28]
- ActionMail compatible options in the email appender [issue #27]
- Add TLS support to the email appender [issue #25]
- Refactoring appender shutdown [issue #20]
Bug Fixes
- File locking fails on windows using JRuby [issue #22]

== 1.6.2 / 2012-01-05

Bug Fixes
- Fix typo in the Readme [issue #14]
- Fix spelling in a variety of places [issue #15]
- Solaris does not have Syslog#LOG_PERROR defined [issue #17]
- Fix failing tests for Ruby 1.9.3 [issue #18]
- Check for RUBY_ENGINE for Ruby 1.8.7 [issue #19]
- Whitespace and '# EOF' cleanup
- Support for Rubinious

== 1.6.1 / 2011-09-09

Bug Fixes
- Rails compatibility methods [issue #11]
- Blocked rolling file appender [issue #12]

== 1.6.0 / 2011-08-22

Enhancements
- Adding periodic flushing of buffered messages [issue #10]
- Accessor for a logger's appenders [issue #9]
- Better support for capturing log messages in RSpec version 1 & 2

== 1.5.2 / 2011-07-07

Bug Fixes
- Changing working directory breaks rolling file appenders [issue #8]

== 1.5.1 / 2011-06-03

Bug Fixes
- IO streams cannot be buffered when using syswrite
- JRuby does not allow shared locks on write only file descriptors
- Fixing tests for JRuby 1.6.X

== 1.5.0 / 2011-03-22

Minor Enhancements
- removed mutexes in favor of IO#syswrite
- no round tripping through the buffer array when auto_flushing is true
- added a Proxy object that will log all methods called on it
- colorization of log messages
f11b736
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update ruby-activeldap to 3.2.2.
Now this package supports Ruby on Rails 3.2.

3.2.2: 2012-09-01

* Supported entry creation by direct ActiveLdap::Base use.
  [Reported by Craig White]
* Started to use Travis CI.

3.2.1: 2012-08-31

* Fixed a bug that ActiveLdap::Base#delete doesn't work.
  [Reported by Craig White]

3.2.0: 2012-08-29

* [GitHub:#39] Supported Rails 3.2.8. [Reported by Ben Langfeld]
* [GitHub:#13] Don't use deprecated Gem.available?. [Patch by sailesh]
* [GitHub:#19] Supported new entry by @ha_many :wrap@. [Patch by Alex Tomlins]
* Supported @:only@ option in XML output.
* [GitHub:#14] Supported nil as single value. [Reported by n3llyb0y]
* [GitHub:#20] Supported ActiveModel::MassAssignmentSecurity.
  [Reported by mihu]
* [GitHub:#24] Supported Ruby 1.9 style Hash syntax in generator.
  [Patch by ursm]
* [GitHub:#25][GitHub:#39] Supported ActiveModel::Dirty.
  [Patch by mihu][Reported by Ben Langfeld]
* [GitHub:#26] Improved speed for dirty. [Patch by mihu]
* [GitHub:#28] Improved speed for initialization. [Patch by mihu]
* [GitHub:#29] Added .gemspec. [Suggested by mklappstuhl]
* [GitHub:#34] Removed an unused method. [Patch by mihu]
* [GitHub:#37] Improved will_paginate support. [Patch by Craig White]
* [GitHub:#40] Added missing test files to .gemspec. [Reported by V���t Ondruch]
* [GitHub:#41] Improved speed for find. [Patch by unixmechanic]
* Changed i18n backend to gettext from fast_gettext again.
* [GitHub:#42] Fixed a bug that optional second is required for GeneralizedTime.
  [Reported by masche842]
36d1371
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wiz Update to 0.4.9:
v0.4.9  (2012-10-01) / Toni Gundogdu

anon:
  - Add website/beeg.lua (NSFW) [5d7233f]
  - Add website/deviantclip.lua (NSFW) [1b12bc4]
  - Add website/fastjizz.lua (NSFW) [9f1ce8b]
  - Add website/jizzhut.lua (NSFW) [d509b1b]
  - Add website/xnxx.lua (NSFW) [ac72d16]
  - FIX: website/youjizz.lua [ebc42da]
  - website/keezmovies.lua: Detect encrypted streams [9498be7]
Martin Herkt:
  - FIX: youtube.lua [5b1c002] (aka. server response code 403 (conncode=0))
Toni Gundogdu:
  - FIX: Add quvi/html.lua to DIST_lua [c681d03]
  - website/arte.lua: Mark as FIXME [e815821]
  - website/collegehumor.lua: Mark as FIXME [4f65343]
  - website/xvideos.lua: Improve title parsing (#109) [e657f45]
Tzafrir Cohen:
  - website/tapuz.lua: Add tapuz flix support [bc24554]

 27 files changed, 622 insertions(+), 86 deletions(-)


v0.4.8  (2012-08-21) / Toni Gundogdu

anon:
  - totallynsfw.lua: Handle embedded media hosted elsewhere [e5a0d97]
Bastien Nocera:
  - FIX: 101greatgoals.lua: article pattern [e4ae322]
  - souncloud.lua: Never offer placeholder as thumbnail [2ffd344]
  and Pierre Carrier:
  - Add support for BBC iPlayer (#28) [282632e]
Ross Burton:
  - Add website/lego.lua (#107) [c38aa05]
Toni Gundogdu:
  - FIX: dailymotion.lua: sequence pattern (#108) [41e4bd9]
  - FIX: media/gaskrank.lua: Media ID, stream URL patterns [186b41e]
  - FIXME: website/bloomberg.lua [48ca011]

 13 files changed, 402 insertions(+), 37 deletions(-)
bffc37e
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
gls Update security/py-paramiko to 1.9.0.
Fix a tyop in DESCR.

Upstream changes:
-----------------

v1.9.0 (6th Nov 2012)
---------------------

* #97 (with a little #93): Improve config parsing of `ProxyCommand` directives
  and provide a wrapper class to allow subprocess-driven proxy commands to be
  used as `sock=` arguments for `SSHClient.connect`.
* #77: Allow `SSHClient.connect()` to take an explicit `sock` parameter
  overriding creation of an internal, implicit socket object.
* Thanks in no particular order to Erwin Bolwidt, Oskari Saarenmaa, Steven
  Noonan, Vladimir Lazarenko, Lincoln de Sousa, Valentino Volonghi, Olle
  Lundberg, and Github user `@acrish` for the various and sundry patches
  leading to the above changes.

v1.8.1 (6th Nov 2012)
---------------------

* #90: Ensure that callbacks handed to `SFTPClient.get()` always fire at least
  once, even for zero-length files downloaded. Thanks to Github user `@enB` for
  the catch.
* #85: Paramiko's test suite overrides
  `unittest.TestCase.assertTrue/assertFalse` to provide these modern assertions
  to Python 2.2/2.3, which lacked them. However on newer Pythons such as 2.7,
  this now causes deprecation warnings. The overrides have been patched to only
  execute when necessary. Thanks to `@Arfrever` for catch & patch.


v1.8.0 (3rd Oct 2012)
---------------------

* #17 ('ssh' 28): Fix spurious `NoneType has no attribute 'error'` and similar
  exceptions that crop up on interpreter exit.
* 'ssh' 32: Raise a more useful error explaining which `known_hosts` key line was
  problematic, when encountering `binascii` issues decoding known host keys.
  Thanks to `@thomasvs` for catch & patch.
* 'ssh' 33: Bring `ssh_config` parsing more in line with OpenSSH spec, re: order of
  setting overrides by `Host` specifiers. Specifically, the overrides now go by
  file order instead of automatically sorting by `Host` value length. In
  addition, the first value found per config key (e.g. `Port`, `User` etc)
  wins, instead of the last. Thanks to Jan Brauer for the contribution.
* 'ssh' 36: Support new server two-factor authentication option
  (`RequiredAuthentications2`), at least re: combining key-based & password
  auth. Thanks to Github user `bninja`.
* 'ssh' 11: When raising an exception for hosts not listed in
  `known_hosts` (when `RejectPolicy` is in effect) the exception message was
  confusing/vague. This has been improved somewhat. Thanks to Cal Leeming for
  highlighting the issue.
* 'ssh' 40: Fixed up & expanded EINTR signal handling. Thanks to Douglas Turk.
* 'ssh' 15: Implemented parameter substitution in SSHConfig, matching the
  implementation of `ssh_config(5)`. Thanks to Olle Lundberg for the patch.
* 'ssh' 24: Switch some internal type checking to use `isinstance` to help prevent
  problems with client libraries using subclasses of builtin types. Thanks to
  Alex Morega for the patch.
* Fabric #562: Agent forwarding would error out (with `Authentication response
  too long`) or freeze, when more than one remote connection to the local agent
  was active at the same time. This has been fixed. Thanks to Steven McDonald
  for assisting in troubleshooting/patching, and to GitHub user `@lynxis` for
  providing the final version of the patch.
* 'ssh' 5: Moved a `fcntl` import closer to where it's used to help avoid
  `ImportError` problems on Windows platforms. Thanks to Jason Coombs for the
  catch + suggested fix.
* 'ssh' 4: Updated implementation of WinPageant integration to work on 64-bit
  Windows. Thanks again to Jason Coombs for the patch.
* Added an IO loop sleep() call to avoid needless CPU usage when agent
  forwarding is in use.
* Handful of internal tweaks to version number storage.
* Updated `setup.py` with `==dev` install URL for `pip` users.
* Updated `setup.py` to account for packaging problems in PyCrypto 2.4.0
* Added an extra `atfork()` call to help prevent spurious RNG errors when
  running under high parallel (multiprocess) load.
* Merge PR #28: paramiko/paramiko#28 which adds a
  ssh-keygen like demo module. (Sofian Brabez)

v1.7.7.2 16may12
----------------
  * Merge pull request #63: paramiko/paramiko#63 which
    fixes exceptions that occur when re-keying over fast connections. (Dwayne
    Litzenberger)
829db28
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.8.
=== 2.8 / 2012-10-17

* Minor enhancements
  * Added Net::HTTP::Persistent::detect_idle_timeout which can be used to
    determine the idle timeout for a host.
  * The read timeout may now be updated for every request.  Issue #33 by
    Mislav Marohnić
  * Added NO_PROXY support.  Pull Request #31 by Laurence Rowe.
  * Added #cert and #key aliases for Net::HTTP compatibility.  Pull request
    #26 by dlee.
  * The artifice gem now disables SSL session reuse to prevent breakage of
    testing frameworks.  Pull Request #29 by Christopher Cooke.
  * Disabled Net::HTTP::Persistent::SSLReuse on Ruby 2+.  This feature is now
    built-in to Net::HTTP.
* Bug fixes
  * Socket options are set again following connection reset.  Pull request #28
    by cmaion.
  * #shutdown now works even if no connections were made.  Pull Request #24 by
    James Tucker.
  * Updated test RSA key size to 1024 bits.  Bug #25 by Gunnar Wolf.
  * The correct host:port are shown in the exception when a proxy connection
    fails.  Bug #30 by glebtv.
feb383d
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
jperkin Make sure largefile support is enabled on SunOS. See github issues
joyent/smartos-live#137 and joyent/pkgsrc#28 for more information.

Bump PKGREVISION.
8f94ca1
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
kleink Update py-cssutils to 0.9.10.
cssutils.googlecode.com is gone, keep pypi.

0.9.10 130331

* BUGFIX: False HASH color values like #xyz were not being handled
  properly (thanks to Teruaki Koizumi)
* Fixed issue #23: Tests do work properly in newer Python (>2.7.1?)
  version now, old versions will report error. Before this was the
  other way round but this makes more sense probably
* Fixed issue #24: rgba color values did not validate properly
* (Jason R. Coombs) Fixed issue #25: Cssutils installs “tests” package
* Fixed issue #27: Small magnitude float values serialized incorrectly
* Fixed issue #28: Standalone semicolons in CSSStyleDeclaration is
  now simply stripped and does not remove directly following property
  too

0.9.10b1 120428

* REGRESSION: Valid profiles reported by validation may not be right
  but as these hardly say anything in the real world anyway the
  advancements in the following bugfixes are probably worth this.
  Profiles.validateWithProfile currently not working but should be
  hardly used anyway. As a workaround remove all profiles and add
  just the ones you want to use for your application
* BUGFIX: Profiles have been updated. Multiple profiles can be added
  via addProfiles and this is preferred to adding separate profiles
  with addProfile. Profiles do check for updated macros now so that
  e.g. CSS3 Colors defined in a different profile are valid for all
  properties defined before. This may lead to a reset of all properties
  and so may be an extremely expensive operation.
* BUGFIX: font-family names in profile CSS3_FONTS seem to have been
  defined wrongly. Family names containing spaces are valid now, even
  without quotes.
* BUGFIX: for Python 2.5 compatibility (thanks @Jason)
* IMPROVEMENT: Added all X11 color names and corresponding RGBA values
ad54a86
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
jperkin Make sure largefile support is enabled on SunOS. See github issues
joyent/smartos-live#137 and joyent/pkgsrc#28 for more information.

Bump PKGREVISION.
4a47ec7
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
kleink Update py-cssutils to 0.9.10.
cssutils.googlecode.com is gone, keep pypi.

0.9.10 130331

* BUGFIX: False HASH color values like #xyz were not being handled
  properly (thanks to Teruaki Koizumi)
* Fixed issue #23: Tests do work properly in newer Python (>2.7.1?)
  version now, old versions will report error. Before this was the
  other way round but this makes more sense probably
* Fixed issue #24: rgba color values did not validate properly
* (Jason R. Coombs) Fixed issue #25: Cssutils installs “tests” package
* Fixed issue #27: Small magnitude float values serialized incorrectly
* Fixed issue #28: Standalone semicolons in CSSStyleDeclaration is
  now simply stripped and does not remove directly following property
  too

0.9.10b1 120428

* REGRESSION: Valid profiles reported by validation may not be right
  but as these hardly say anything in the real world anyway the
  advancements in the following bugfixes are probably worth this.
  Profiles.validateWithProfile currently not working but should be
  hardly used anyway. As a workaround remove all profiles and add
  just the ones you want to use for your application
* BUGFIX: Profiles have been updated. Multiple profiles can be added
  via addProfiles and this is preferred to adding separate profiles
  with addProfile. Profiles do check for updated macros now so that
  e.g. CSS3 Colors defined in a different profile are valid for all
  properties defined before. This may lead to a reset of all properties
  and so may be an extremely expensive operation.
* BUGFIX: font-family names in profile CSS3_FONTS seem to have been
  defined wrongly. Family names containing spaces are valid now, even
  without quotes.
* BUGFIX: for Python 2.5 compatibility (thanks @Jason)
* IMPROVEMENT: Added all X11 color names and corresponding RGBA values
e2a9d90
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 29, 2014
obache Update msgpack to 0.5.8.
2013-12-23 version 0.5.8:

  * Move to the new github repository msgpack/msgpack-c
  * Support the new deserialization specification
  * fixes the problem of unpack helpers for array and map with 32bit compilers (#37, #38)
  * Other bug fixes and refactoring: #46, #41, #36, #35, #33, #32, #30, #29, #28, #27, #26, #25, #8, #3
  * Update of documents: #23, #18, #17
16975cf
@mamash
Member
mamash commented Feb 10, 2014

This should have been fixed properly earlier last year:

5d53be3

@mamash mamash closed this Feb 10, 2014
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.8.
=== 2.8 / 2012-10-17

* Minor enhancements
  * Added Net::HTTP::Persistent::detect_idle_timeout which can be used to
    determine the idle timeout for a host.
  * The read timeout may now be updated for every request.  Issue #33 by
    Mislav Marohnić
  * Added NO_PROXY support.  Pull Request #31 by Laurence Rowe.
  * Added #cert and #key aliases for Net::HTTP compatibility.  Pull request
    #26 by dlee.
  * The artifice gem now disables SSL session reuse to prevent breakage of
    testing frameworks.  Pull Request #29 by Christopher Cooke.
  * Disabled Net::HTTP::Persistent::SSLReuse on Ruby 2+.  This feature is now
    built-in to Net::HTTP.
* Bug fixes
  * Socket options are set again following connection reset.  Pull request #28
    by cmaion.
  * #shutdown now works even if no connections were made.  Pull Request #24 by
    James Tucker.
  * Updated test RSA key size to 1024 bits.  Bug #25 by Gunnar Wolf.
  * The correct host:port are shown in the exception when a proxy connection
    fails.  Bug #30 by glebtv.
5a275d0
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
jperkin Make sure largefile support is enabled on SunOS. See github issues
joyent/smartos-live#137 and joyent/pkgsrc#28 for more information.

Bump PKGREVISION.
2835f00
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
kleink Update py-cssutils to 0.9.10.
cssutils.googlecode.com is gone, keep pypi.

0.9.10 130331

* BUGFIX: False HASH color values like #xyz were not being handled
  properly (thanks to Teruaki Koizumi)
* Fixed issue #23: Tests do work properly in newer Python (>2.7.1?)
  version now, old versions will report error. Before this was the
  other way round but this makes more sense probably
* Fixed issue #24: rgba color values did not validate properly
* (Jason R. Coombs) Fixed issue #25: Cssutils installs “tests” package
* Fixed issue #27: Small magnitude float values serialized incorrectly
* Fixed issue #28: Standalone semicolons in CSSStyleDeclaration is
  now simply stripped and does not remove directly following property
  too

0.9.10b1 120428

* REGRESSION: Valid profiles reported by validation may not be right
  but as these hardly say anything in the real world anyway the
  advancements in the following bugfixes are probably worth this.
  Profiles.validateWithProfile currently not working but should be
  hardly used anyway. As a workaround remove all profiles and add
  just the ones you want to use for your application
* BUGFIX: Profiles have been updated. Multiple profiles can be added
  via addProfiles and this is preferred to adding separate profiles
  with addProfile. Profiles do check for updated macros now so that
  e.g. CSS3 Colors defined in a different profile are valid for all
  properties defined before. This may lead to a reset of all properties
  and so may be an extremely expensive operation.
* BUGFIX: font-family names in profile CSS3_FONTS seem to have been
  defined wrongly. Family names containing spaces are valid now, even
  without quotes.
* BUGFIX: for Python 2.5 compatibility (thanks @Jason)
* IMPROVEMENT: Added all X11 color names and corresponding RGBA values
2ebf033
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
obache Update msgpack to 0.5.8.
2013-12-23 version 0.5.8:

  * Move to the new github repository msgpack/msgpack-c
  * Support the new deserialization specification
  * fixes the problem of unpack helpers for array and map with 32bit compilers (#37, #38)
  * Other bug fixes and refactoring: #46, #41, #36, #35, #33, #32, #30, #29, #28, #27, #26, #25, #8, #3
  * Update of documents: #23, #18, #17
8fd3b1b
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wiz Update to 3.1:
---
3.1
---

* Issue #161: Restore Features functionality to allow backward compatibility
  (for Features) until the uses of that functionality is sufficiently removed.

-----
3.0.2
-----

* Correct typo in previous bugfix.

-----
3.0.1
-----

* Issue #157: Restore support for Python 2.6 in bootstrap script where
  ``zipfile.ZipFile`` does not yet have support for context managers.

---
3.0
---

* Issue #125: Prevent Subversion support from creating a ~/.subversion
  directory just for checking the presence of a Subversion repository.
* Issue #12: Namespace packages are now imported lazily.  That is, the mere
  declaration of a namespace package in an egg on ``sys.path`` no longer
  causes it to be imported when ``pkg_resources`` is imported.  Note that this
  change means that all of a namespace package's ``__init__.py`` files must
  include a ``declare_namespace()`` call in order to ensure that they will be
  handled properly at runtime.  In 2.x it was possible to get away without
  including the declaration, but only at the cost of forcing namespace
  packages to be imported early, which 3.0 no longer does.
* Issue #148: When building (bdist_egg), setuptools no longer adds
  ``__init__.py`` files to namespace packages. Any packages that rely on this
  behavior will need to create ``__init__.py`` files and include the
  ``declare_namespace()``.
* Issue #7: Setuptools itself is now distributed as a zip archive in addition to
  tar archive. ez_setup.py now uses zip archive. This approach avoids the potential
  security vulnerabilities presented by use of tar archives in ez_setup.py.
  It also leverages the security features added to ZipFile.extract in Python 2.7.4.
* Issue #65: Removed deprecated Features functionality.
* Pull Request #28: Remove backport of ``_bytecode_filenames`` which is
  available in Python 2.6 and later, but also has better compatibility with
  Python 3 environments.
* Issue #156: Fix spelling of __PYVENV_LAUNCHER__ variable.
0d52e7a
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 1, 2014
wiz Update to 3.7:
---
3.7
---

* Gnome keyring no longer relies on the GNOME_KEYRING_CONTROL environment
  variable.
* Issue #140: Restore compatibility for older versions of PyWin32.

---
3.6
---

* `Pull Request #1 (github) <jaraco/keyring#1:
  Add support for packages that wish to bundle keyring by using relative
  imports throughout.

---
3.5
---

* Issue #49: Give the backend priorities a 1.5 multiplier bump when an
  XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP environment variable matches the keyring's target
  environment.
* Issue #99: Clarified documentation on location of config and data files.
  Prepared the code base to treat the two differently on Unix-based systems.
  For now, the behavior is unchanged.

---
3.4
---

* Extracted FileBacked and Encrypted base classes.
* Add a pyinstaller hook to expose backend modules. Ref #124
* Pull request #41: Use errno module instead of hardcoding error codes.
* SecretService backend: correctly handle cases when user dismissed
  the collection creation or unlock prompt.

---
3.3
---

* Pull request #40: KWallet backend will now honor the ``KDE_FULL_SESSION``
  environment variable as found on openSUSE.

-----
3.2.1
-----

* SecretService backend: use a different function to check that the
  backend is functional. The default collection may not exist, but
  the collection will remain usable in that case.

  Also, make the error message more verbose.

  Resolves https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1242412.

---
3.2
---

* Issue #120: Invoke KeyringBackend.priority during load_keyring to ensure
  that any keyring loaded is actually viable (or raises an informative
  exception).

* File keyring:

   - Issue #123: fix removing items.
   - Correctly escape item name when removing.
   - Use with statement when working with files.

* Add a test for removing one item in group.

* Issue #81: Added experimental support for third-party backends. See
  `keyring.core._load_library_extensions` for information on supplying
  a third-party backend.

---
3.1
---

* All code now runs natively on both Python 2 and Python 3, no 2to3 conversion
  is required.
* Testsuite: clean up, and make more use of unittest2 methods.

-----
3.0.5
-----

* Issue #114: Fix logic in pyfs detection.

-----
3.0.4
-----

* Issue #114: Fix detection of pyfs under Mercurial Demand Import.

-----
3.0.3
-----

* Simplified the implementation of ``keyring.core.load_keyring``. It now uses
  ``__import__`` instead of loading modules explicitly. The ``keyring_path``
  parameter to ``load_keyring`` is now deprecated. Callers should instead
  ensure their module is available on ``sys.path`` before calling
  ``load_keyring``. Keyring still honors ``keyring-path``. This change fixes
  Issue #113 in which the explicit module loading of keyring modules was
  breaking package-relative imports.

-----
3.0.2
-----

* Renamed ``keyring.util.platform`` to ``keyring.util.platform_``. As reported
  in Issue #112 and `mercurial_keyring #31
  <https://bitbucket.org/Mekk/mercurial_keyring/issue/31>`_ and in `Mercurial
  itself <http://bz.selenic.com/show_bug.cgi?id=4029>`_, Mercurial's Demand
  Import does not honor ``absolute_import`` directives, so it's not possible
  to have a module with the same name as another top-level module. A patch is
  in place to fix this issue upstream, but to support older Mercurial
  versions, this patch will remain for some time.

-----
3.0.1
-----

* Ensure that modules are actually imported even in Mercurial's Demand Import
  environment.

---
3.0
---

* Removed support for Python 2.5.
* Removed names in ``keyring.backend`` moved in 1.1 and previously retained
  for compatibilty.

-----
2.1.1
-----

* Restored Python 2.5 compatibility (lost in 2.0).

---
2.1
---

*  Issue #10: Added a 'store' attribute to the OS X Keyring, enabling custom
   instances of the KeyringBackend to use another store, such as the
   'internet' store. For example::

       keys = keyring.backends.OS_X.Keyring()
       keys.store = 'internet'
       keys.set_password(system, user, password)
       keys.get_password(system, user)

   The default for all instances can be set in the class::

       keyring.backends.OS_X.Keyring.store = 'internet'

*  GnomeKeyring: fix availability checks, and make sure the warning
   message from pygobject is not printed.

*  Fixes to GnomeKeyring and SecretService tests.

-----
2.0.3
-----

*  Issue #112: Backend viability/priority checks now are more aggressive about
   module presence checking, requesting ``__name__`` from imported modules to
   force the demand importer to actually attempt the import.

-----
2.0.2
-----

*  Issue #111: Windows backend isn't viable on non-Windows platforms.

-----
2.0.1
-----

*  Issue #110: Fix issues with ``Windows.RegistryKeyring``.

---
2.0
---

*  Issue #80: Prioritized backend support. The primary interface for Keyring
   backend classes has been refactored to now emit a 'priority' based on the
   current environment (operating system, libraries available, etc). These
   priorities provide an indication of the applicability of that backend for
   the current environment. Users are still welcome to specify a particular
   backend in configuration, but the default behavior should now be to select
   the most appropriate backend by default.

-----
1.6.1
-----

* Only include pytest-runner in 'setup requirements' when ptr invocation is
  indicated in the command-line (Issue #105).

---
1.6
---

*  GNOME Keyring backend:

   - Use the same attributes (``username`` / ``service``) as the SecretService
     backend uses, allow searching for old ones for compatibility.
   - Also set ``application`` attribute.
   - Correctly handle all types of errors, not only ``CANCELLED`` and ``NO_MATCH``.
   - Avoid printing warnings to stderr when GnomeKeyring is not available.

* Secret Service backend:

   - Use a better label for passwords, the same as GNOME Keyring backend uses.

---
1.5
---

*  SecretService: allow deleting items created using previous python-keyring
   versions.

   Before the switch to secretstorage, python-keyring didn't set "application"
   attribute. Now in addition to supporting searching for items without that
   attribute, python-keyring also supports deleting them.

*  Use ``secretstorage.get_default_collection`` if it's available.

   On secretstorage 1.0 or later, python-keyring now tries to create the
   default collection if it doesn't exist, instead of just raising the error.

*  Improvements for tests, including fix for Issue #102.

---
1.4
---

* Switch GnomeKeyring backend to use native libgnome-keyring via
  GObject Introspection, not the obsolete python-gnomekeyring module.

---
1.3
---

* Use the `SecretStorage library <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SecretStorage>`_
  to implement the Secret Service backend (instead of using dbus directly).
  Now the keyring supports prompting for and deleting passwords. Fixes #69,
  #77, and #93.
* Catch `gnomekeyring.IOError` per the issue `reported in Nova client
  <https://bugs.launchpad.net/python-novaclient/+bug/1116302>`_.
* Issue #92 Added support for delete_password on Mac OS X Keychain.

-----
1.2.3
-----

* Fix for Encrypted File backend on Python 3.
* Issue #97 Improved support for PyPy.

-----
1.2.2
-----

* Fixed handling situations when user cancels kwallet dialog or denies access
  for the app.

-----
1.2.1
-----

* Fix for kwallet delete.
* Fix for OS X backend on Python 3.
* Issue #84: Fix for Google backend on Python 3 (use of raw_input not caught
  by 2to3).

---
1.2
---

* Implemented delete_password on most keyrings. Keyring 2.0 will require
  delete_password to implement a Keyring. Fixes #79.

-----
1.1.2
-----

* Issue #78: pyfilesystem backend now works on Windows.

-----
1.1.1
-----

* Fixed MANIFEST.in so .rst files are included.

---
1.1
---

This is the last build that will support installation in a pure-distutils
mode. Subsequent releases will require setuptools/distribute to install.
Python 3 installs have always had this requirement (for 2to3 install support),
but starting with the next minor release (1.2+), setuptools will be required.

Additionally, this release has made some substantial refactoring in an
attempt to modularize the backends. An attempt has been made to maintain 100%
backward-compatibility, although if your library does anything fancy with
module structure or clasess, some tweaking may be necessary. The
backward-compatible references will be removed in 2.0, so the 1.1+ releases
represent a transitional implementation which should work with both legacy
and updated module structure.

* Added a console-script 'keyring' invoking the command-line interface.
* Deprecated _ExtensionKeyring.
* Moved PasswordSetError and InitError to an `errors` module (references kept
  for backward-compatibility).
* Moved concrete backend implementations into their own modules (references
  kept for backward compatibility):

  - OSXKeychain -> backends.OS_X.Keyring
  - GnomeKeyring -> backends.Gnome.Keyring
  - SecretServiceKeyring -> backends.SecretService.Keyring
  - KDEKWallet -> backends.kwallet.Keyring
  - BasicFileKeyring -> backends.file.BaseKeyring
  - CryptedFileKeyring -> backends.file.EncryptedKeyring
  - UncryptedFileKeyring -> backends.file.PlaintextKeyring
  - Win32CryptoKeyring -> backends.Windows.EncryptedKeyring
  - WinVaultKeyring -> backends.Windows.WinVaultKeyring
  - Win32CryptoRegistry -> backends.Windows.RegistryKeyring
  - select_windows_backend -> backends.Windows.select_windows_backend
  - GoogleDocsKeyring -> backends.Google.DocsKeyring
  - Credential -> keyring.credentials.Credential
  - BaseCredential -> keyring.credentials.SimpleCredential
  - EnvironCredential -> keyring.credentials.EnvironCredential
  - GoogleEnvironCredential -> backends.Google.EnvironCredential
  - BaseKeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.BaseCrypter
  - KeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.Crypter
  - EnvironKeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.EnvironCrypter
  - EnvironGoogleDocsKeyring -> backends.Google.KeyczarDocsKeyring
  - BasicPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.BasicKeyring
  - UnencryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.PlaintextKeyring
  - EncryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.EncryptedKeyring
  - EnvironEncryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.KeyczarKeyring
  - MultipartKeyringWrapper -> backends.multi.MultipartKeyringWrapper

* Officially require Python 2.5 or greater (although unofficially, this
  requirement has been in place since 0.10).

---
1.0
---

This backward-incompatible release attempts to remove some cruft from the
codebase that's accumulated over the versions.

* Removed legacy file relocation support. `keyring` no longer supports loading
  configuration or file-based backends from ~. If upgrading from 0.8 or later,
  the files should already have been migrated to their new proper locations.
  If upgrading from 0.7.x or earlier, the files will have to be migrated
  manually.
* Removed CryptedFileKeyring migration support. To maintain an existing
  CryptedFileKeyring, one must first upgrade to 0.9.2 or later and access the
  keyring before upgrading to 1.0 to retain the existing keyring.
* File System backends now create files without group and world permissions.
  Fixes #67.

------
0.10.1
------

* Merged 0.9.3 to include fix for #75.

----
0.10
----

* Add support for using `Keyczar <http://www.keyczar.org/>`_ to encrypt
  keyrings. Keyczar is "an open source cryptographic toolkit designed to make
  it easier and safer for developers to use cryptography in their
  applications."
* Added support for storing keyrings on Google Docs or any other filesystem
  supported by pyfilesystem.
* Fixed issue in Gnome Keyring when unicode is passed as the service name,
  username, or password.
* Tweaked SecretService code to pass unicode to DBus, as unicode is the
  preferred format.
* Issue #71 - Fixed logic in CryptedFileKeyring.
* Unencrypted keyring file will be saved with user read/write (and not group
  or world read/write).

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Ensure migration is run when get_password is called. Fixes #75. Thanks to
  Marc Deslauriers for reporting the bug and supplying the patch.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Keyring 0.9.1 introduced a whole different storage format for the
  CryptedFileKeyring, but this introduced some potential compatibility issues.
  This release incorporates the security updates but reverts to the INI file
  format for storage, only encrypting the passwords and leaving the service
  and usernames in plaintext. Subsequent releases may incorporate a new
  keyring to implement a whole-file encrypted version. Fixes #64.
* The CryptedFileKeyring now requires simplejson for Python 2.5 clients.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Fix for issue where SecretServiceBackend.set_password would raise a
  UnicodeError on Python 3 or when a unicode password was provided on Python
  2.
* CryptedFileKeyring now uses PBKDF2 to derive the key from the user's
  password and a random hash. The IV is chosen randomly as well. All the
  stored passwords are encrypted at once. Any keyrings using the old format
  will be automatically converted to the new format (but will no longer be
  compatible with 0.9 and earlier). The user's password is no longer limited
  to 32 characters. PyCrypto 2.5 or greater is now required for this keyring.

---
0.9
---

* Add support for GTK 3 and secret service D-Bus. Fixes #52.
* Issue #60 - Use correct method for decoding.

-----
0.8.1
-----

* Fix regression in keyring lib on Windows XP where the LOCALAPPDATA
  environment variable is not present.

---
0.8
---

* Mac OS X keyring backend now uses subprocess calls to the `security`
  command instead of calling the API, which with the latest updates, no
  longer allows Python to invoke from a virtualenv. Fixes issue #13.
* When using file-based storage, the keyring files are no longer stored
  in the user's home directory, but are instead stored in platform-friendly
  locations (`%localappdata%\Python Keyring` on Windows and according to
  the freedesktop.org Base Dir Specification
  (`$XDG_DATA_HOME/python_keyring` or `$HOME/.local/share/python_keyring`)
  on other operating systems). This fixes #21.

*Backward Compatibility Notice*

Due to the new storage location for file-based keyrings, keyring 0.8
supports backward compatibility by automatically moving the password
files to the updated location. In general, users can upgrade to 0.8 and
continue to operate normally. Any applications that customize the storage
location or make assumptions about the storage location will need to take
this change into consideration. Additionally, after upgrading to 0.8,
it is not possible to downgrade to 0.7 without manually moving
configuration files. In 1.0, the backward compatibilty
will be removed.

-----
0.7.1
-----

* Removed non-ASCII characters from README and CHANGES docs (required by
  distutils if we're to include them in the long_description). Fixes #55.

---
0.7
---

* Python 3 is now supported. All tests now pass under Python 3.2 on
  Windows and Linux (although Linux backend support is limited). Fixes #28.
* Extension modules on Mac and Windows replaced by pure-Python ctypes
  implementations. Thanks to Jerome Laheurte.
* WinVaultKeyring now supports multiple passwords for the same service. Fixes
  #47.
* Most of the tests don't require user interaction anymore.
* Entries stored in Gnome Keyring appears now with a meaningful name if you try
  to browser your keyring (for ex. with Seahorse)
* Tests from Gnome Keyring no longer pollute the user own keyring.
* `keyring.util.escape` now accepts only unicode strings. Don't try to encode
  strings passed to it.

-----
0.6.2
-----

* fix compiling on OSX with XCode 4.0

-----
0.6.1
-----

* Gnome keyring should not be used if there is no DISPLAY or if the dbus is
  not around (https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpadlib/+bug/752282).

---
0.6
---

* Added `keyring.http` for facilitating HTTP Auth using keyring.

* Add a utility to access the keyring from the command line.
c4cd1bc
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
wiz Update to 3.7:
---
3.7
---

* Gnome keyring no longer relies on the GNOME_KEYRING_CONTROL environment
  variable.
* Issue #140: Restore compatibility for older versions of PyWin32.

---
3.6
---

* `Pull Request #1 (github) <jaraco/keyring#1:
  Add support for packages that wish to bundle keyring by using relative
  imports throughout.

---
3.5
---

* Issue #49: Give the backend priorities a 1.5 multiplier bump when an
  XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP environment variable matches the keyring's target
  environment.
* Issue #99: Clarified documentation on location of config and data files.
  Prepared the code base to treat the two differently on Unix-based systems.
  For now, the behavior is unchanged.

---
3.4
---

* Extracted FileBacked and Encrypted base classes.
* Add a pyinstaller hook to expose backend modules. Ref #124
* Pull request #41: Use errno module instead of hardcoding error codes.
* SecretService backend: correctly handle cases when user dismissed
  the collection creation or unlock prompt.

---
3.3
---

* Pull request #40: KWallet backend will now honor the ``KDE_FULL_SESSION``
  environment variable as found on openSUSE.

-----
3.2.1
-----

* SecretService backend: use a different function to check that the
  backend is functional. The default collection may not exist, but
  the collection will remain usable in that case.

  Also, make the error message more verbose.

  Resolves https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1242412.

---
3.2
---

* Issue #120: Invoke KeyringBackend.priority during load_keyring to ensure
  that any keyring loaded is actually viable (or raises an informative
  exception).

* File keyring:

   - Issue #123: fix removing items.
   - Correctly escape item name when removing.
   - Use with statement when working with files.

* Add a test for removing one item in group.

* Issue #81: Added experimental support for third-party backends. See
  `keyring.core._load_library_extensions` for information on supplying
  a third-party backend.

---
3.1
---

* All code now runs natively on both Python 2 and Python 3, no 2to3 conversion
  is required.
* Testsuite: clean up, and make more use of unittest2 methods.

-----
3.0.5
-----

* Issue #114: Fix logic in pyfs detection.

-----
3.0.4
-----

* Issue #114: Fix detection of pyfs under Mercurial Demand Import.

-----
3.0.3
-----

* Simplified the implementation of ``keyring.core.load_keyring``. It now uses
  ``__import__`` instead of loading modules explicitly. The ``keyring_path``
  parameter to ``load_keyring`` is now deprecated. Callers should instead
  ensure their module is available on ``sys.path`` before calling
  ``load_keyring``. Keyring still honors ``keyring-path``. This change fixes
  Issue #113 in which the explicit module loading of keyring modules was
  breaking package-relative imports.

-----
3.0.2
-----

* Renamed ``keyring.util.platform`` to ``keyring.util.platform_``. As reported
  in Issue #112 and `mercurial_keyring #31
  <https://bitbucket.org/Mekk/mercurial_keyring/issue/31>`_ and in `Mercurial
  itself <http://bz.selenic.com/show_bug.cgi?id=4029>`_, Mercurial's Demand
  Import does not honor ``absolute_import`` directives, so it's not possible
  to have a module with the same name as another top-level module. A patch is
  in place to fix this issue upstream, but to support older Mercurial
  versions, this patch will remain for some time.

-----
3.0.1
-----

* Ensure that modules are actually imported even in Mercurial's Demand Import
  environment.

---
3.0
---

* Removed support for Python 2.5.
* Removed names in ``keyring.backend`` moved in 1.1 and previously retained
  for compatibilty.

-----
2.1.1
-----

* Restored Python 2.5 compatibility (lost in 2.0).

---
2.1
---

*  Issue #10: Added a 'store' attribute to the OS X Keyring, enabling custom
   instances of the KeyringBackend to use another store, such as the
   'internet' store. For example::

       keys = keyring.backends.OS_X.Keyring()
       keys.store = 'internet'
       keys.set_password(system, user, password)
       keys.get_password(system, user)

   The default for all instances can be set in the class::

       keyring.backends.OS_X.Keyring.store = 'internet'

*  GnomeKeyring: fix availability checks, and make sure the warning
   message from pygobject is not printed.

*  Fixes to GnomeKeyring and SecretService tests.

-----
2.0.3
-----

*  Issue #112: Backend viability/priority checks now are more aggressive about
   module presence checking, requesting ``__name__`` from imported modules to
   force the demand importer to actually attempt the import.

-----
2.0.2
-----

*  Issue #111: Windows backend isn't viable on non-Windows platforms.

-----
2.0.1
-----

*  Issue #110: Fix issues with ``Windows.RegistryKeyring``.

---
2.0
---

*  Issue #80: Prioritized backend support. The primary interface for Keyring
   backend classes has been refactored to now emit a 'priority' based on the
   current environment (operating system, libraries available, etc). These
   priorities provide an indication of the applicability of that backend for
   the current environment. Users are still welcome to specify a particular
   backend in configuration, but the default behavior should now be to select
   the most appropriate backend by default.

-----
1.6.1
-----

* Only include pytest-runner in 'setup requirements' when ptr invocation is
  indicated in the command-line (Issue #105).

---
1.6
---

*  GNOME Keyring backend:

   - Use the same attributes (``username`` / ``service``) as the SecretService
     backend uses, allow searching for old ones for compatibility.
   - Also set ``application`` attribute.
   - Correctly handle all types of errors, not only ``CANCELLED`` and ``NO_MATCH``.
   - Avoid printing warnings to stderr when GnomeKeyring is not available.

* Secret Service backend:

   - Use a better label for passwords, the same as GNOME Keyring backend uses.

---
1.5
---

*  SecretService: allow deleting items created using previous python-keyring
   versions.

   Before the switch to secretstorage, python-keyring didn't set "application"
   attribute. Now in addition to supporting searching for items without that
   attribute, python-keyring also supports deleting them.

*  Use ``secretstorage.get_default_collection`` if it's available.

   On secretstorage 1.0 or later, python-keyring now tries to create the
   default collection if it doesn't exist, instead of just raising the error.

*  Improvements for tests, including fix for Issue #102.

---
1.4
---

* Switch GnomeKeyring backend to use native libgnome-keyring via
  GObject Introspection, not the obsolete python-gnomekeyring module.

---
1.3
---

* Use the `SecretStorage library <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SecretStorage>`_
  to implement the Secret Service backend (instead of using dbus directly).
  Now the keyring supports prompting for and deleting passwords. Fixes #69,
  #77, and #93.
* Catch `gnomekeyring.IOError` per the issue `reported in Nova client
  <https://bugs.launchpad.net/python-novaclient/+bug/1116302>`_.
* Issue #92 Added support for delete_password on Mac OS X Keychain.

-----
1.2.3
-----

* Fix for Encrypted File backend on Python 3.
* Issue #97 Improved support for PyPy.

-----
1.2.2
-----

* Fixed handling situations when user cancels kwallet dialog or denies access
  for the app.

-----
1.2.1
-----

* Fix for kwallet delete.
* Fix for OS X backend on Python 3.
* Issue #84: Fix for Google backend on Python 3 (use of raw_input not caught
  by 2to3).

---
1.2
---

* Implemented delete_password on most keyrings. Keyring 2.0 will require
  delete_password to implement a Keyring. Fixes #79.

-----
1.1.2
-----

* Issue #78: pyfilesystem backend now works on Windows.

-----
1.1.1
-----

* Fixed MANIFEST.in so .rst files are included.

---
1.1
---

This is the last build that will support installation in a pure-distutils
mode. Subsequent releases will require setuptools/distribute to install.
Python 3 installs have always had this requirement (for 2to3 install support),
but starting with the next minor release (1.2+), setuptools will be required.

Additionally, this release has made some substantial refactoring in an
attempt to modularize the backends. An attempt has been made to maintain 100%
backward-compatibility, although if your library does anything fancy with
module structure or clasess, some tweaking may be necessary. The
backward-compatible references will be removed in 2.0, so the 1.1+ releases
represent a transitional implementation which should work with both legacy
and updated module structure.

* Added a console-script 'keyring' invoking the command-line interface.
* Deprecated _ExtensionKeyring.
* Moved PasswordSetError and InitError to an `errors` module (references kept
  for backward-compatibility).
* Moved concrete backend implementations into their own modules (references
  kept for backward compatibility):

  - OSXKeychain -> backends.OS_X.Keyring
  - GnomeKeyring -> backends.Gnome.Keyring
  - SecretServiceKeyring -> backends.SecretService.Keyring
  - KDEKWallet -> backends.kwallet.Keyring
  - BasicFileKeyring -> backends.file.BaseKeyring
  - CryptedFileKeyring -> backends.file.EncryptedKeyring
  - UncryptedFileKeyring -> backends.file.PlaintextKeyring
  - Win32CryptoKeyring -> backends.Windows.EncryptedKeyring
  - WinVaultKeyring -> backends.Windows.WinVaultKeyring
  - Win32CryptoRegistry -> backends.Windows.RegistryKeyring
  - select_windows_backend -> backends.Windows.select_windows_backend
  - GoogleDocsKeyring -> backends.Google.DocsKeyring
  - Credential -> keyring.credentials.Credential
  - BaseCredential -> keyring.credentials.SimpleCredential
  - EnvironCredential -> keyring.credentials.EnvironCredential
  - GoogleEnvironCredential -> backends.Google.EnvironCredential
  - BaseKeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.BaseCrypter
  - KeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.Crypter
  - EnvironKeyczarCrypter -> backends.keyczar.EnvironCrypter
  - EnvironGoogleDocsKeyring -> backends.Google.KeyczarDocsKeyring
  - BasicPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.BasicKeyring
  - UnencryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.PlaintextKeyring
  - EncryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.EncryptedKeyring
  - EnvironEncryptedPyfilesystemKeyring -> backends.pyfs.KeyczarKeyring
  - MultipartKeyringWrapper -> backends.multi.MultipartKeyringWrapper

* Officially require Python 2.5 or greater (although unofficially, this
  requirement has been in place since 0.10).

---
1.0
---

This backward-incompatible release attempts to remove some cruft from the
codebase that's accumulated over the versions.

* Removed legacy file relocation support. `keyring` no longer supports loading
  configuration or file-based backends from ~. If upgrading from 0.8 or later,
  the files should already have been migrated to their new proper locations.
  If upgrading from 0.7.x or earlier, the files will have to be migrated
  manually.
* Removed CryptedFileKeyring migration support. To maintain an existing
  CryptedFileKeyring, one must first upgrade to 0.9.2 or later and access the
  keyring before upgrading to 1.0 to retain the existing keyring.
* File System backends now create files without group and world permissions.
  Fixes #67.

------
0.10.1
------

* Merged 0.9.3 to include fix for #75.

----
0.10
----

* Add support for using `Keyczar <http://www.keyczar.org/>`_ to encrypt
  keyrings. Keyczar is "an open source cryptographic toolkit designed to make
  it easier and safer for developers to use cryptography in their
  applications."
* Added support for storing keyrings on Google Docs or any other filesystem
  supported by pyfilesystem.
* Fixed issue in Gnome Keyring when unicode is passed as the service name,
  username, or password.
* Tweaked SecretService code to pass unicode to DBus, as unicode is the
  preferred format.
* Issue #71 - Fixed logic in CryptedFileKeyring.
* Unencrypted keyring file will be saved with user read/write (and not group
  or world read/write).

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Ensure migration is run when get_password is called. Fixes #75. Thanks to
  Marc Deslauriers for reporting the bug and supplying the patch.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Keyring 0.9.1 introduced a whole different storage format for the
  CryptedFileKeyring, but this introduced some potential compatibility issues.
  This release incorporates the security updates but reverts to the INI file
  format for storage, only encrypting the passwords and leaving the service
  and usernames in plaintext. Subsequent releases may incorporate a new
  keyring to implement a whole-file encrypted version. Fixes #64.
* The CryptedFileKeyring now requires simplejson for Python 2.5 clients.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Fix for issue where SecretServiceBackend.set_password would raise a
  UnicodeError on Python 3 or when a unicode password was provided on Python
  2.
* CryptedFileKeyring now uses PBKDF2 to derive the key from the user's
  password and a random hash. The IV is chosen randomly as well. All the
  stored passwords are encrypted at once. Any keyrings using the old format
  will be automatically converted to the new format (but will no longer be
  compatible with 0.9 and earlier). The user's password is no longer limited
  to 32 characters. PyCrypto 2.5 or greater is now required for this keyring.

---
0.9
---

* Add support for GTK 3 and secret service D-Bus. Fixes #52.
* Issue #60 - Use correct method for decoding.

-----
0.8.1
-----

* Fix regression in keyring lib on Windows XP where the LOCALAPPDATA
  environment variable is not present.

---
0.8
---

* Mac OS X keyring backend now uses subprocess calls to the `security`
  command instead of calling the API, which with the latest updates, no
  longer allows Python to invoke from a virtualenv. Fixes issue #13.
* When using file-based storage, the keyring files are no longer stored
  in the user's home directory, but are instead stored in platform-friendly
  locations (`%localappdata%\Python Keyring` on Windows and according to
  the freedesktop.org Base Dir Specification
  (`$XDG_DATA_HOME/python_keyring` or `$HOME/.local/share/python_keyring`)
  on other operating systems). This fixes #21.

*Backward Compatibility Notice*

Due to the new storage location for file-based keyrings, keyring 0.8
supports backward compatibility by automatically moving the password
files to the updated location. In general, users can upgrade to 0.8 and
continue to operate normally. Any applications that customize the storage
location or make assumptions about the storage location will need to take
this change into consideration. Additionally, after upgrading to 0.8,
it is not possible to downgrade to 0.7 without manually moving
configuration files. In 1.0, the backward compatibilty
will be removed.

-----
0.7.1
-----

* Removed non-ASCII characters from README and CHANGES docs (required by
  distutils if we're to include them in the long_description). Fixes #55.

---
0.7
---

* Python 3 is now supported. All tests now pass under Python 3.2 on
  Windows and Linux (although Linux backend support is limited). Fixes #28.
* Extension modules on Mac and Windows replaced by pure-Python ctypes
  implementations. Thanks to Jerome Laheurte.
* WinVaultKeyring now supports multiple passwords for the same service. Fixes
  #47.
* Most of the tests don't require user interaction anymore.
* Entries stored in Gnome Keyring appears now with a meaningful name if you try
  to browser your keyring (for ex. with Seahorse)
* Tests from Gnome Keyring no longer pollute the user own keyring.
* `keyring.util.escape` now accepts only unicode strings. Don't try to encode
  strings passed to it.

-----
0.6.2
-----

* fix compiling on OSX with XCode 4.0

-----
0.6.1
-----

* Gnome keyring should not be used if there is no DISPLAY or if the dbus is
  not around (https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpadlib/+bug/752282).

---
0.6
---

* Added `keyring.http` for facilitating HTTP Auth using keyring.

* Add a utility to access the keyring from the command line.
84ef075
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
imil Updated irclib to version 8.5.4
8.5.4

    Issue #32: Add logging around large DCC messages to facilitate
    troubleshooting.
    Issue #31: Fix error in connection wrapper for SSL example.

8.5.3

    Issue #28: Fix TypeError in version calculation in irc.bot CTCP version.

8.5.2

    Updated DCC send and receive scripts (Issue #27).

8.5.1

    Fix timestamp support in schedule.DelayedCommand construction.

8.5

    irc.client.NickMask is now a Unicode object on Python 2. Fixes issue
    reported in pull request #19.
    Issue #24: Added DCCConnection.send_bytes for transmitting binary data.
    privmsg remains to support transmitting text.

8.4

    Code base now runs natively on Python 2 and Python 3, but requires six to
    be installed.
    Issue #25: Rate-limiting has been updated to be finer grained (preventing
    bursts exceeding the limit following idle periods).

8.3.2

    Issue #22: Catch error in bot.py on NAMREPLY when nick is not in any visible
    channel.

8.3.1

    Fixed encoding errors in server on Python 3.

8.3

    Added a set_keepalive method to the ServerConnection. Sends a periodic PING
    message every indicated interval.

8.2

    Added support for throttling send_raw messages via the ServerConnection
    object. For example, on any connection object:

        connection.set_rate_limit(30)

    That would set the rate limit to 30 Hz (30 per second). Thanks to Jason Kendall for the suggestion and bug fixes.

8.1.2

    Fix typo in client.NickMask.

8.1.1

    Fix typo in bot.py.

8.1

    Issue #15: Added client support for ISUPPORT directives on server connections. Now, each ServerConnection has a features attribute which reflects the features supported by the server. See the docs for irc.features for details about the implementation.

8.0.1

    Issue #14: Fix errors when handlers of the same priority are added under Python 3. This also fixes the unintended behavior of allowing handlers of the same priority to compare as unequal.

8.0

This release brings several backward-incompatible changes to the scheduled commands.

    Refactored implementation of schedule classes. No longer do they override the datetime constructor, but now only provide suitable classmethods for construction in various forms.
    Removed backward-compatible references from irc.client.
    Remove 'arguments' parameter from scheduled commands.

Clients that reference the schedule classes from irc.client or that construct them from the basic constructor will need to update to use the new class methods:

- DelayedCommand -> DelayedCommand.after
- PeriodicCommand -> PeriodicCommand.after

Arguments may no longer be passed to the 'function' callback, but one is encouraged instead to use functools.partial to attach parameters to the callback. For example:

DelayedCommand.after(3, func, ('a', 10))

becomes:

func = functools.partial(func, 'a', 10)
DelayedCommand.after(3, func)

This mode puts less constraints on the both the handler and the caller. For example, a caller can now pass keyword arguments instead:

func = functools.partial(func, name='a', quantity=10)
DelayedCommand.after(3, func)

Readability, maintainability, and usability go up.
7.1.2

    Issue #13: TypeError on Python 3 when constructing PeriodicCommand (and thus execute_every).

7.1.1

    Fixed regression created in 7.0 where PeriodicCommandFixedDelay would only cause the first command to be scheduled, but not subsequent ones.

7.1

    Moved scheduled command classes to irc.schedule module. Kept references for backwards-compatibility.

7.0

    PeriodicCommand now raises a ValueError if it's created with a negative or zero delay (meaning all subsequent commands are immediately due). This fixes #12.

    Renamed the parameters to the IRC object. If you use a custom event loop and your code constructs the IRC object with keyword parameters, you will need to update your code to use the new names, so:

    IRC(fn_to_add_socket=adder, fn_to_remove_socket=remover, fn_to_add_timeout=timeout)

    becomes:

    IRC(on_connect=adder, on_disconnect=remover, on_schedule=timeout)

    If you don't use a custom event loop or you pass the parameters positionally, no change is necessary.

6.0.1

    Fixed some unhandled exceptions in server client connections when the client would disconnect in response to messages sent after select was called.

6.0

    Moved LineBuffer and DecodingLineBuffer from client to buffer module. Backward-compatible references have been kept for now.
    Removed daemon mode and log-to-file options for server.
    Miscellaneous bugfixes in server.

5.1.1

    Fix error in 2to3 conversion on irc/server.py (issue #11).

5.1

The IRC library is now licensed under the MIT license.

    Added irc/server.py, based on hircd by Ferry Boender.
    Added support for CAP command (pull request #10), thanks to Danneh Oaks.

5.0

Another backward-incompatible change. In irc 5.0, many of the unnecessary getter functions have been removed and replaced with simple attributes. This change addresses issue #2. In particular:

        Connection._get_socket() -> Connection.socket (including subclasses)
        Event.eventtype() -> Event.type
        Event.source() -> Event.source
        Event.target() -> Event.target
        Event.arguments() -> Event.arguments

The nm_to_* functions were removed. Instead, use the NickMask class attributes.

These deprecated function aliases were removed from irc.client:

- parse_nick_modes -> modes.parse_nick_modes
- parse_channel_modes -> modes.parse_channel_modes
- generated_events -> events.generated
- protocol_events -> events.protocol
- numeric_events -> events.numeric
- all_events -> events.all
- irc_lower -> strings.lower

Also, the parameter name when constructing an event was renamed from eventtype to simply type.
4.0

    Removed deprecated arguments to ServerConnection.connect. See notes on the 3.3 release on how to use the connect_factory parameter if your application requires ssl, ipv6, or other connection customization.

3.6.1

    Filter out disconnected sockets when processing input.

3.6

    Created two new exceptions in irc.client: MessageTooLong and InvalidCharacters.
    Use explicit exceptions instead of ValueError when sending data.

3.5

    SingleServerIRCBot now accepts keyword arguments which are passed through to the ServerConnection.connect method. One can use this to use SSL for connections:

    factory = irc.connection.Factory(wrapper=ssl.wrap_socket)
    bot = irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot(..., connect_factory = factory)
1ee66e1
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2014
sborrill Update to fping 3.10.
Changes:
2014-05-03  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.10
  * Fix confusing error message with -g and IPv6 addresses (#58, reported by
  * Axel Beckert)
  * Allow option '-f' also for non-root (since setuid privileges are
  * dropped)
  * Do not retry twice DNS lookup on DNS lookup problem
  * Remove support for NIS groups
  * Better document -B backoff-factor and when it can be used (#33, Oleksiy
  * Zagorskyi)
  * More tests added

2014-03-08  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.9
  * Fix random output on socket error (reported by Aleksandrs Saveljevs,
  * #56)
  * Support ppc64le architecture by including alpha libtool version
    (reported by Amit Kumar Gupta and Aravinda B Thunug)
  * Fix compilation problem on FreeBSD (#57)
  * Initial test suite and continous intergration (with travis-ci.org /
  * coveralls.io)
  * Don't output usage information on error

2013-11-08  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.8
  * Fix segmentation fault introduced in version 3.7 with loop mode
  * (reported
    by Vlad Glagolev, #55)

2013-11-04  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.7
  * Allow running as non-root on Mac OS X by using non-privileged ICMP (#7)
  * Remove unnecessary IPv6 socket options
  * Fix again compatibility issue with FreeBSD (Shawn Chu)
  * Fix fping hanging forever on permanent sendto failure (Shawn Chu)
  * Fix duplicate echo reply packets causing early stop in count mode
    (reported by Ramon Schwammberger, #53)

2013-10-10  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.6
  * Fix loop issue after 65536 pings (reported by Peter Folk and GBert, #12)
  * Minimum ping data size is now 0
  * Removed setsockopt IPV6_CHECKSUM, which shouldn't be set and breaks
    compiling on Solaris (reported by Juergen Arndt)
  * Fix wrong min RTT value with -Q option (reported by Alexander Ivanov,
  * #51)

2013-05-22  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.5
  * Fix sprint_tm buffer size crash (reported by Japheth Cleaver)
  * Addded -D flag to print timestamps (Toke H�iland-J�rgensen)
  * Fix fping6 build on OS X 10.8 (unknown contributor)
  * Fix compatibility issue with FreeBSD (Alexandre Raynaud, Jason Harris,
  * #39)
  * Fping.spec: fix setuid permissions and provides fping6 (Marcus Vinicius
  * Ferreira)
  * Re-create configure script with autoconf 2.69 for aarch64 support (Chuck
  * Anderson, #45)

2012-09-04  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.4
  * Revert "Output statistics to stdout instead of stderr", because it
  * breaks
    tools assuming the output goes to stderr

2012-08-19  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.3
  * Do not output icmp errors with -q (#1)
  * Add --enable-ipv4 and --enable-ipv6 options to configure (Niclas
  * Zeising)
  * Fix removing of unreachable hosts when doing loop (Thomas Liske, #13
  * #23)
  * Fix -A for fping6 (reported by Matt LaPlante, #14)
  * Fix "options inet6" breaking IPv4 name resolution (reported by Matt
  * LaPlante, #17)
  * Output statistics to stdout instead of stderr (suggested by Simon
  * Leinen, #9)
  * Set default data size to 56 bytes on all architectures (#18)
  * Added contrib/fping.spec (Stephen Schaefer, #24)
  * Convert man-page source to POD for easier maintenance
  * Fix error message on DNS error for IPv6 hosts (#27)
  * Fix -n flag in fping6 (#28)
  * Man-page fix: TOS option typo (Thomas Liske, #23)
  * Man-page fix: inconsistency in regards to numeric arguments (Robert
  * Henney)
  * Man-page fix: better description of option -q (#15)

2012-05-29  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.2
  * Improve documentation for -g option (G.W. Haywood)
  * Performance optimization for big select timeouts (#10, Andrey
  * Bondarenko)
  * Fix restart of select call after interrupt signal (#8, Boian Bonev)
  * Fix infinite loop caused by linked list corruption (#11, Boian Bonev)

2012-04-26  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.1
  * -g option (generate): exclude network and broadcast address for cidr
    ranges (idea by Eric Brander)
  * do not explicitely check if running as root, to make it possible to
    install fping with linux capabilities instead of making it setuid
    (setcap cap_net_raw+ep fping)
  * ANSI C (C89) compiler now a requirement
  * Portability fixes
  * Reorganized source directory
  * Bugfix: fix timeout issue on Solaris (Sandor Geller)
  * Man-page fixes (Axel Beckert)
  * Added -H option to specify number of hops (Paul Duda)
  * Output usage information to stdout when called with -h (Paul Duda)

2011-12-28  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.0
  * rewritten main loop for improved performance
  * -T parameter (select timeout) now obsolete
  * Maintenance taken over from unresponsive previous maintainer
    (anybody please step up, if you disagree)
  * New homepage: www.fping.org

2009-12-21  Tobi Oetiker  <tobi@oetiker.ch>
  * Version v2.4b2-to3-ipv6
  * added -On option to set the TOS octet
  * Removed unused variables from code
  * updated to current autoconf standards
  * Merged Debian changes (see below)

----------------------------------------------------------------------

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-16.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * NMU during Moenchengladbach BSP
  * Fixes FTBFS on kfreebsd (Closes: #555398)
  * Fixes typo "Paramter" in binary

 -- Axel Beckert <abe@deuxchevaux.org>  Sat, 23 Jan 2010 16:22:02 +0100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-16) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix the following bugs
    - Network byte order sensitivity was missing completely.
      Added hopefully all missing calls.
    - The sequence numbering scheme used led to packet drops.
      Changed it to a more senseful numbering scheme.
    - Some minor C programming mistakes ('=' instead of '==').
    Patch by Stephan Fuhrmann; closes: #502569
  * Add support for command line select timeout setting
    Patch by Marton Balint; closes: #502575
  * Remove symlinks in /usr/sbin; closes: #377732
  * Standards-Version is 3.8.0

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:04:52
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-15) unstable; urgency=low

  * Added interface binding (-I) for fping
    Patch by Peter Naulls <peter@mushroomnetworks.com>
    Closes: #439014
  * Fixed a couple of typos in fping.8. Closes: #423180
  * Added homepage control header
  * Bumped Standards-Version to 3.7.3
  * Fixed the following lintian issue:
    - debian-rules-sets-DH_COMPAT

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Mon, 03 Mar 2008 17:46:17
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-13) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed stdout flush problem, closes: #340146.
    Patch by Bart Martens <bart.martens@advalvas.be>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Fri, 30 Dec 2005 08:30:09
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-12) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "problem with option -r (retry limit)", closes: #318402.
    Patch by Qingning Huo <qingningh@lanware.co.uk>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sat, 08 Oct 2005 21:26:35
 -- +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-11) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "would be useful to specify 'source address' like ping for multi
    homed machines", closes: #198486.
    Patch by Marc Haber <mh+debian-bugs@zugschlus.de>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Thu, 02 Jun 2005 08:14:54
 -- +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-10) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "unnecessary delay with the -c option after the last packet"
    (Closes: #293856). Patch by Niko Tyni <ntyni@iki.fi>

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sun, 06 Feb 2005 23:25:57
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-9) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "fping6 always does reverse lookup" (Closes: #273647).
    Patch by Jeroen Massar and forwarded by Bernhard Schmidt
<berni@birkenwald.de>

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <A.Monsalve.Salazar@IEEE.org>  Mon, 10 Jan 2005
 -- 00:01:32 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-7) unstable; urgency=low

  * Build fping in build/ipv[46] instead of build and build-ipv6.
  * Made DNS errors non-fatal for IPv6 (closes: #198056).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Fri, 20 Jun 2003 21:36:30 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * Do not use incorrect linux.h file (closes: #85468).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sat, 17 May 2003 14:13:11 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-5) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed yet another divide by zero bug (closes: #148445).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Tue,  4 Jun 2002 12:18:03 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Made fping6 setuid (closes: #136386).
  * Moved fping back into bin.
  * Partially applied IPv6 patch to fix IPv6 checksums (closes: #136479).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sun,  7 Apr 2002 20:36:56 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Added compatibility symlink for fping (closes: #135203).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sat, 23 Feb 2002 08:34:11 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed another divide by zero error (closes: #132370).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Thu,  7 Feb 2002 20:10:48 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * Install fping into sbin as done by upstream.
32f31e7
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 2, 2014
sborrill Update to fping 3.10.
Changes:
2014-05-03  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.10
  * Fix confusing error message with -g and IPv6 addresses (#58, reported by
  * Axel Beckert)
  * Allow option '-f' also for non-root (since setuid privileges are
  * dropped)
  * Do not retry twice DNS lookup on DNS lookup problem
  * Remove support for NIS groups
  * Better document -B backoff-factor and when it can be used (#33, Oleksiy
  * Zagorskyi)
  * More tests added

2014-03-08  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.9
  * Fix random output on socket error (reported by Aleksandrs Saveljevs,
  * #56)
  * Support ppc64le architecture by including alpha libtool version
    (reported by Amit Kumar Gupta and Aravinda B Thunug)
  * Fix compilation problem on FreeBSD (#57)
  * Initial test suite and continous intergration (with travis-ci.org /
  * coveralls.io)
  * Don't output usage information on error

2013-11-08  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.8
  * Fix segmentation fault introduced in version 3.7 with loop mode
  * (reported
    by Vlad Glagolev, #55)

2013-11-04  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.7
  * Allow running as non-root on Mac OS X by using non-privileged ICMP (#7)
  * Remove unnecessary IPv6 socket options
  * Fix again compatibility issue with FreeBSD (Shawn Chu)
  * Fix fping hanging forever on permanent sendto failure (Shawn Chu)
  * Fix duplicate echo reply packets causing early stop in count mode
    (reported by Ramon Schwammberger, #53)

2013-10-10  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.6
  * Fix loop issue after 65536 pings (reported by Peter Folk and GBert, #12)
  * Minimum ping data size is now 0
  * Removed setsockopt IPV6_CHECKSUM, which shouldn't be set and breaks
    compiling on Solaris (reported by Juergen Arndt)
  * Fix wrong min RTT value with -Q option (reported by Alexander Ivanov,
  * #51)

2013-05-22  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.5
  * Fix sprint_tm buffer size crash (reported by Japheth Cleaver)
  * Addded -D flag to print timestamps (Toke H�iland-J�rgensen)
  * Fix fping6 build on OS X 10.8 (unknown contributor)
  * Fix compatibility issue with FreeBSD (Alexandre Raynaud, Jason Harris,
  * #39)
  * Fping.spec: fix setuid permissions and provides fping6 (Marcus Vinicius
  * Ferreira)
  * Re-create configure script with autoconf 2.69 for aarch64 support (Chuck
  * Anderson, #45)

2012-09-04  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.4
  * Revert "Output statistics to stdout instead of stderr", because it
  * breaks
    tools assuming the output goes to stderr

2012-08-19  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.3
  * Do not output icmp errors with -q (#1)
  * Add --enable-ipv4 and --enable-ipv6 options to configure (Niclas
  * Zeising)
  * Fix removing of unreachable hosts when doing loop (Thomas Liske, #13
  * #23)
  * Fix -A for fping6 (reported by Matt LaPlante, #14)
  * Fix "options inet6" breaking IPv4 name resolution (reported by Matt
  * LaPlante, #17)
  * Output statistics to stdout instead of stderr (suggested by Simon
  * Leinen, #9)
  * Set default data size to 56 bytes on all architectures (#18)
  * Added contrib/fping.spec (Stephen Schaefer, #24)
  * Convert man-page source to POD for easier maintenance
  * Fix error message on DNS error for IPv6 hosts (#27)
  * Fix -n flag in fping6 (#28)
  * Man-page fix: TOS option typo (Thomas Liske, #23)
  * Man-page fix: inconsistency in regards to numeric arguments (Robert
  * Henney)
  * Man-page fix: better description of option -q (#15)

2012-05-29  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.2
  * Improve documentation for -g option (G.W. Haywood)
  * Performance optimization for big select timeouts (#10, Andrey
  * Bondarenko)
  * Fix restart of select call after interrupt signal (#8, Boian Bonev)
  * Fix infinite loop caused by linked list corruption (#11, Boian Bonev)

2012-04-26  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.1
  * -g option (generate): exclude network and broadcast address for cidr
    ranges (idea by Eric Brander)
  * do not explicitely check if running as root, to make it possible to
    install fping with linux capabilities instead of making it setuid
    (setcap cap_net_raw+ep fping)
  * ANSI C (C89) compiler now a requirement
  * Portability fixes
  * Reorganized source directory
  * Bugfix: fix timeout issue on Solaris (Sandor Geller)
  * Man-page fixes (Axel Beckert)
  * Added -H option to specify number of hops (Paul Duda)
  * Output usage information to stdout when called with -h (Paul Duda)

2011-12-28  David Schweikert  <david@schweikert.ch>
  * Version 3.0
  * rewritten main loop for improved performance
  * -T parameter (select timeout) now obsolete
  * Maintenance taken over from unresponsive previous maintainer
    (anybody please step up, if you disagree)
  * New homepage: www.fping.org

2009-12-21  Tobi Oetiker  <tobi@oetiker.ch>
  * Version v2.4b2-to3-ipv6
  * added -On option to set the TOS octet
  * Removed unused variables from code
  * updated to current autoconf standards
  * Merged Debian changes (see below)

----------------------------------------------------------------------

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-16.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * NMU during Moenchengladbach BSP
  * Fixes FTBFS on kfreebsd (Closes: #555398)
  * Fixes typo "Paramter" in binary

 -- Axel Beckert <abe@deuxchevaux.org>  Sat, 23 Jan 2010 16:22:02 +0100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-16) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix the following bugs
    - Network byte order sensitivity was missing completely.
      Added hopefully all missing calls.
    - The sequence numbering scheme used led to packet drops.
      Changed it to a more senseful numbering scheme.
    - Some minor C programming mistakes ('=' instead of '==').
    Patch by Stephan Fuhrmann; closes: #502569
  * Add support for command line select timeout setting
    Patch by Marton Balint; closes: #502575
  * Remove symlinks in /usr/sbin; closes: #377732
  * Standards-Version is 3.8.0

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sat, 18 Oct 2008 12:04:52
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-15) unstable; urgency=low

  * Added interface binding (-I) for fping
    Patch by Peter Naulls <peter@mushroomnetworks.com>
    Closes: #439014
  * Fixed a couple of typos in fping.8. Closes: #423180
  * Added homepage control header
  * Bumped Standards-Version to 3.7.3
  * Fixed the following lintian issue:
    - debian-rules-sets-DH_COMPAT

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Mon, 03 Mar 2008 17:46:17
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-13) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed stdout flush problem, closes: #340146.
    Patch by Bart Martens <bart.martens@advalvas.be>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Fri, 30 Dec 2005 08:30:09
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-12) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "problem with option -r (retry limit)", closes: #318402.
    Patch by Qingning Huo <qingningh@lanware.co.uk>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sat, 08 Oct 2005 21:26:35
 -- +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-11) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "would be useful to specify 'source address' like ping for multi
    homed machines", closes: #198486.
    Patch by Marc Haber <mh+debian-bugs@zugschlus.de>.

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Thu, 02 Jun 2005 08:14:54
 -- +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-10) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "unnecessary delay with the -c option after the last packet"
    (Closes: #293856). Patch by Niko Tyni <ntyni@iki.fi>

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>  Sun, 06 Feb 2005 23:25:57
 -- +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-9) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed "fping6 always does reverse lookup" (Closes: #273647).
    Patch by Jeroen Massar and forwarded by Bernhard Schmidt
<berni@birkenwald.de>

 -- Anibal Monsalve Salazar <A.Monsalve.Salazar@IEEE.org>  Mon, 10 Jan 2005
 -- 00:01:32 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-7) unstable; urgency=low

  * Build fping in build/ipv[46] instead of build and build-ipv6.
  * Made DNS errors non-fatal for IPv6 (closes: #198056).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Fri, 20 Jun 2003 21:36:30 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * Do not use incorrect linux.h file (closes: #85468).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sat, 17 May 2003 14:13:11 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-5) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed yet another divide by zero bug (closes: #148445).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Tue,  4 Jun 2002 12:18:03 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Made fping6 setuid (closes: #136386).
  * Moved fping back into bin.
  * Partially applied IPv6 patch to fix IPv6 checksums (closes: #136479).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sun,  7 Apr 2002 20:36:56 +1000

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Added compatibility symlink for fping (closes: #135203).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Sat, 23 Feb 2002 08:34:11 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fixed another divide by zero error (closes: #132370).

 -- Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>  Thu,  7 Feb 2002 20:10:48 +1100

fping (2.4b2-to-ipv6-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * Install fping into sbin as done by upstream.
49915f0
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jul 8, 2014
wen Update to 3.32
Upstream changes:
3.32    2014-06-11
        - Remove harness_class from argument hash in T::H::E (Leon Timmermans)

3.31    2014-06-07
        - Implement external rulesfile for TAP::Harness (David Golden)
        - Add harness_class argument to TAP::Harness::Env (Leon Timmermans)
        - Make prove respect environmental variables #28 (Leon Timmermans)
c958d80
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 19, 2014
wiz Update to 2014.9.8:
2014.9.8 - 2014-09-08
=====================
----

* Fix #28: missing ``html2text`` package in installation.
7d66184
@jsonn jsonn pushed a commit to jsonn/pkgsrc that referenced this issue Oct 11, 2014
jperkin Make sure largefile support is enabled on SunOS. See github issues
joyent/smartos-live#137 and joyent/pkgsrc#28 for more information.

Bump PKGREVISION.
c082dbb
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 5, 2015
mef Update to 5.07
--------------
  Changes in Devel::NYTProf 5.07
      Fixed use of nytprofcalls and flamegraph scripts to not require PATH #21
      Fixed nytprofhtml --open for KDE4 thanks to HMBRAND RT#99080
      Fixed for installs into directory path with spaces, mohawk2 #40
      Fixed printf NV conversion compiler warnings thanks to zefram RT#91986
      Disabled optimize in t/test25-strevalb.t if -DDEBUGGING and perl >= 5.20
        as workaround for perl RT#70211, #38

      Added 'addtimestamp' option to add a timestamp to the output filename
        (similar to addpid option), PR#17 thanks to Naosuke Yokoe (zentooo)
      Added nytprofpf script to generate reports in the plat_forms format
        http://www.plat-forms.org PR#11 thanks to Holger Schmeisky.
      Added ability to increase the maximum length of a subroutine name #44

      Optimized output performance on threaded perl, thanks to bulk88. PR#27

      Add docs re FCGI::Engine and open('-|') #20
      Corrected typo in nytprofhtml thanks to wollmers #41
      Fixed link to screencast, thanks to Herwin. #19
      Added hint to use --no-flame for big reports. #28
d3f79ed
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 20, 2015
wiz Update to 15.1:
15.1
----

* Updated Packaging to 15.1 to address Packaging #28.
* Fix ``setuptools.sandbox._execfile()`` with Python 3.1.
a6e3cdf
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 24, 2015
wiz Update to 15.1:
15.1
----

* Updated Packaging to 15.1 to address Packaging #28.
* Fix ``setuptools.sandbox._execfile()`` with Python 3.1.
1f25658
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2015
wiz Update to 2.12:
+ Version 2.12 (21.04.2015)

  - This is a fix release for 2.11; the memory optimization with __slots__ on
    Coord and AST nodes didn't take weakrefs into account, which broke cffi and
    its many dependents (iseue #76). Fixed by adding __weakref__ to __slots__.

+ Version 2.11 (21.04.2015)

  - Add support for C99 6.5.3.7 p7 - qualifiers within array dimensions in
    function declarations. Started with issue #21 (reported with initial patch
    by Robin Martinjak).
  - Issue #27: bug in handling of unified wstring literals.
  - Issue #28: fix coord reporting for 'for' loops.
  - Added ``examples/using_gcc_E_libc.py`` to demonstrate how ``gcc -E`` can
    be used instead of ``cpp`` for preprocessing.
  - Pull request #64: support keywords like const, volatile, restrict and static
    in dimensions in array declarations.
  - Reduce memory usage of AST nodes (issue #72).
  - Parsing order of nested pointer declarations fixed (issue #68).
53eebe1
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 7, 2015
mef 0.51 Mon Jul 27 20:05:00 BST 2015
  - Fixed top level describe blocks running out of order
    Contributed by @mla (issue #28)
b405db6
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Oct 15, 2015
leot Update fonts/Hack-ttf to Hack-ttf-2.015.
pkgsrc changes (no functional changes intended):
 o unset USE_LANGUAGES
 o use NO_BUILD instead of defining an empty do-build target

Changes:
# Version 2.015 (release build)
Changes vs. release v2.013:
- new vertical metrics = decreased line spacing height - Issues #28, #32, #39,
  #41, #95, #103
- adjusted vertical position of the colon to a higher position, improves
  alignment with other punctuation glyphs (U+003A) - Issue #66
- changed vertical position of the dash (U+002D) so that regular and oblique,
  bold and bold oblique are properly aligned - Issue #107
- updated hinting algorithm for bold set (improved point position over stem of
  lowercase j/i for some text sizes) - Issue #84
- underscore (U+005F) centered, increased width, increased height & aligned
  vertical position closer to baseline - Issues #97, #98, #100, 103,
- increased vertical position of dieresis mark on lowercase u dieresis
  (U+00FC) - Issue #61
- increased vertical position of dieresis mark on lowercase i dieresis (U+00EF)
- increased vertical position of dieresis mark on lowercase e dieresis (U+00EB)
- decreased vertical position of the asterisk (U+002A) - Issue #34
- new design for ascii tilde - broader curves, taller glyph with goal to
  improve appearance at small text sizes where it tended to render like a dash
  (U+007E) - Issue #37
- new ttf build autohinting script
  (./postbuild_processing/tt-hinting/autohint.sh)
- new ttf build autohinting Control Instructions File - bold set
  (./postbuild_processing/tt-hinting/Hack-Bold-TA.txt)
- new ttf build release script (./postbuild_processing/tt-hinting/release.sh)
- new web font release script
  (./postbuild_processing/webfonts/releasewebfonts.sh)
- new vfb to UFO source file conversion script (./tools/makeufo.sh)
- new UFO source file types - includes separate source files for TrueType
  (`*-TT.ufo`) and PostScript (`*-PS.ufo`) releases
- source file path changes: now includes separate `ufo` and `vfb` directories
  under the `./source` repository directory
- Hack Open Font license updated to version 2.0.  The license changes better
  define the Hack project as a derivative project of the Bitstream Vera Sans
  Mono typeface project and are intended to make the license more consistent
  with the Bitstream Vera libre, open source license under which Hack is
  co-licensed.  There are no new restrictions on use of the fonts with these
  license changes.  Embedding permissions are made explicit in this version
  of the Hack Open Font license.

# Version 2.013 (release build)
Changes vs. release v2.010:
- Fixed missing middle dot glyph (U+00B7), adjusted width of U+00B7 em box to
  address spacing issues in editors that highlight empty spaces
  (Issues #27 & #46)
- Powerline glyph alignment and size adjustments (Issue #33)
- Fixed name tables to address:
  - incorrect oblique rendering with Java type renderers on OS X (Issue #26)
  - incorrect italic + bold + bold oblique rendering in some syntax
    highlighters (Issues #42, #50, #60)
  - backslash character took inappropriate vertical alignment because of
    incorrect slant angle in some editors (Issue #67)
- Changed oblique and bold oblique font names to "Hack Italic" and "Hack Bold
  Italic" to address Windows listings
- Changed oblique and bold oblique webfont names to "hack-italic-webfont.[xxx]"
  and "hack-bolditalic-webfont.[xxx]"
- Changed oblique and bold oblique basic Latin + Latin-1 webfont subsets to the
  names "hack-italic-latin-webfont.[xxx]" and
  "hack-bolditalic-latin-webfont.[xxx]"
- Changed license name from "Modified SIL Open Font License" to "Hack Open Font
  License" to comply with SIL regulations for SIL Open Font License
  modifications
- Removed all license references to SIL to comply with SIL regulations for
  modifications of the SIL Open Font License
- Removed SIL Open Font License preamble from the Hack Open Font License to
  comply with SIL regulations for modifications of the SIL Open Font License
- Removed the following statement from Hack Open Font License condition #3:
  "This restriction only applies to the primary font name as presented to the
  users." to address a reserved font name conflict with the Bitstream Vera
  license
- Modified the build directory structure for the Hack web fonts
- Added Hack webfont CSS files to the build directory
6b91715
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 14, 2015
taca Update ruby-jekyll-gist to 1.4.0.
## 1.4.0 / 2015-12-01

  * Allow `noscript` fallback to be disabled (#29)
  * Use Octokit to fetch Gist content when passed `JEKYLL_GITHUB_TOKEN`
    in env(#28)

## 1.3.5 / 2015-10-23

  * Fix encoding error for `noscript` code (#23)
  * Test against Jekyll 3, 2, and the github-pages gem (#19)
5966d98
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 2, 2016
mef Update 0.17 to 0.32
--------------------
0.32 2015-08-25T02:09:18Z
	- fix compatibility issue on Solaris (thanks to Syohei YOSHIDA) #40

0.31 2015-07-20T02:38:57Z
	- do not remove the socket file when becoming a daemon (thanks to
          andyjones) #34 #36
	- emit name of the directory to which it failed to chdir(2) (thanks
          to tokuhirom) #33

0.30 2015-06-05T05:28:43Z
	- unlink the status file only when created by itself (thanks to
          tokuhirom) #32
	- redo #26 (thanks to tokuhirom) #31

0.29 2015-06-04T06:45:26Z
	- build should fail on Windows (thanks to chorny) #26
	- add `--stop` option (thanks to tokuhirom) #28
	- do not close STDIN in case the listening port is mapped to fd
          zero (thanks to tokuhirom) #29 #24
	- reopen STDIN to suppress unnecessary warnings (thanks to
          touhirom) #30

0.28 2015-05-28T22:08:37Z
	- add `--port=[host:]port=fd` option for specifying the file
          descriptor number (thanks to tokuhirom) #24

0.27 2015-04-28T01:02:28Z
	- revert 0.26 so that the install script can update the
	- shebang (thanks to miyagawa) #22 modernize the build tool
	- (thanks to miyagawa) #23
0.26
	- `start_server` command uses perl found in $PATH instead of
          /usr/bin/perl #21
0.25
	- fix `already in use` error if the program is restarted
          (regression in 0.21) #18
	- tests now pass on environments wo. IPv6 support #19
0.24
	- introduce --daemonize option (#18 #6)
	- fix bug that causes a infinite loop in shutdown (amends #14)
0.23
	- set IPV6_V6ONLY for socket bound to an IPv6 address (#16)
0.22
	- support for IPv6 (#16)
	- include repository URL in META.yml (#15; thanks to ether)
0.21
	- remove dependency against non-standard modules (#14)
0.19
	- reimplement changes in 0.15, 0.16 for stability (#13)
	- update inc/Module/Install
f206910
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 2, 2016
mef (pkgsrc)
 - Add BUILD_DEPENDS+= p5-Test-Fatal for make test
(upstream)
 - Update 0.25 to 0.30
   -------------------
0.30  2015-03-02 10:24:38 PST
 - Fix VERSION

0.29  2015-02-17 15:56:25 PST
 - Moved repo to the plack organization on github

0.28  2015-02-16 08:30:08 PST
 - Same as 0.27. Make it non-trial

0.27  2015-02-13 16:52:11 PST
 - Added late_store in psgix.session.options to update the
   session after the streaming and reverts the default
   behavior to pre-0.26 (reported by darkkar, fixed by alexmv)
   #29, #30

0.26  2015-02-03 09:17:38 CET
 - Improved documentation (oalders, basiliscos, Mohammad Anwar, alexmv)
 - Session storage is now updated in the cleanup phase, after
   the streaming is complete (alexmv) #28
87ef050
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2016
mef Update 0.17 to 0.32
--------------------
0.32 2015-08-25T02:09:18Z
	- fix compatibility issue on Solaris (thanks to Syohei YOSHIDA) #40

0.31 2015-07-20T02:38:57Z
	- do not remove the socket file when becoming a daemon (thanks to
          andyjones) #34 #36
	- emit name of the directory to which it failed to chdir(2) (thanks
          to tokuhirom) #33

0.30 2015-06-05T05:28:43Z
	- unlink the status file only when created by itself (thanks to
          tokuhirom) #32
	- redo #26 (thanks to tokuhirom) #31

0.29 2015-06-04T06:45:26Z
	- build should fail on Windows (thanks to chorny) #26
	- add `--stop` option (thanks to tokuhirom) #28
	- do not close STDIN in case the listening port is mapped to fd
          zero (thanks to tokuhirom) #29 #24
	- reopen STDIN to suppress unnecessary warnings (thanks to
          touhirom) #30

0.28 2015-05-28T22:08:37Z
	- add `--port=[host:]port=fd` option for specifying the file
          descriptor number (thanks to tokuhirom) #24

0.27 2015-04-28T01:02:28Z
	- revert 0.26 so that the install script can update the
	- shebang (thanks to miyagawa) #22 modernize the build tool
	- (thanks to miyagawa) #23
0.26
	- `start_server` command uses perl found in $PATH instead of
          /usr/bin/perl #21
0.25
	- fix `already in use` error if the program is restarted
          (regression in 0.21) #18
	- tests now pass on environments wo. IPv6 support #19
0.24
	- introduce --daemonize option (#18 #6)
	- fix bug that causes a infinite loop in shutdown (amends #14)
0.23
	- set IPV6_V6ONLY for socket bound to an IPv6 address (#16)
0.22
	- support for IPv6 (#16)
	- include repository URL in META.yml (#15; thanks to ether)
0.21
	- remove dependency against non-standard modules (#14)
0.19
	- reimplement changes in 0.15, 0.16 for stability (#13)
	- update inc/Module/Install
38008da
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2016
mef (pkgsrc)
 - Add BUILD_DEPENDS+= p5-Test-Fatal for make test
(upstream)
 - Update 0.25 to 0.30
   -------------------
0.30  2015-03-02 10:24:38 PST
 - Fix VERSION

0.29  2015-02-17 15:56:25 PST
 - Moved repo to the plack organization on github

0.28  2015-02-16 08:30:08 PST
 - Same as 0.27. Make it non-trial

0.27  2015-02-13 16:52:11 PST
 - Added late_store in psgix.session.options to update the
   session after the streaming and reverts the default
   behavior to pre-0.26 (reported by darkkar, fixed by alexmv)
   #29, #30

0.26  2015-02-03 09:17:38 CET
 - Improved documentation (oalders, basiliscos, Mohammad Anwar, alexmv)
 - Session storage is now updated in the cleanup phase, after
   the streaming is complete (alexmv) #28
b8d86cc
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 12, 2016
fhajny Update www/php-http to 2.5.6.
2.5.6
* Fix php-bug #71719: Buffer overflow in HTTP url parsing
  functions
* Fix gh-issue #28: Possible null pointer dereference
  in php_http_url_mod()
* Fix gh-issue #22: Fix PHP5 config.w32
* Fix gh-issue #20: setSslOptions notice with curl 7.43

2.5.5
* Fixed gh-issue #16: No Content-Length header with empty
  POST requests

2.5.3
* Fixed gh-issue #12: crash on bad url passed
  to http\Message::setRequestUrl()
* The URL parser now fails on empty labels

2.5.2
* Fixed regression with HEAD requests always warning about
  a partial file transfer
+ Added "path_as_is" request option (libcurl >= 7.42)
33b851c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 18, 2016
szptvlfn Update to 0.13.9
CHANGES.txt:
0.13.9
    #50, fix a space leak
    #36, fix the demo examples
    #35, make IsString a superclass of StringLike
    #33, make flattenTree O(n) instead of O(n^2)
0.13.8
    #30, add parse/render functions directly to the Tree module
0.13.7
    #32, make sure upper case &#X works in lookupEntity
0.13.6
    #28, some named entities require a trailing semicolon (e.g. mid)
0.13.5
    #26, rename the test program to test-tagsoup
0.13.4
    #24, add isTagComment function
    Update the copyright year
0.13.3
    Work on GHC 7.9
0.13.2
    Remove all package upper bounds
    Allow QuickCheck-2.6
c5b38c3
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 11, 2016
ryoon Update to 15.14
* Convert to use option framework

Changelog:
Version 15.14
=============

  - patch #26 : Patch to correctly set permissions for docs that permits non-sudo deletion of docs

  - patch #27 : Update Mac OS X LLVM 64bits Makefile

  - patch #28 : p7zip version 15.09 fails to build on s390

  - patch #29 : please fix incorrect fsf address

  - patch #31 : p7zip 15.09 fails to build on mips

  - bug :  "7za a -p ..." was fixed

  - bug #172 : Impossible to create archive with some unicode symbols in filename

  - From Windows version of 7-Zip 15.13:
    - The BUG in 15.13 in CAB code was fixed.

  - From Windows version of 7-Zip 15.12:
    - Some bugs were fixed.
    - New localization: Yoruba.

  - test_emul becomes test_lib  (tests libraries)

  - cross building added :
		makefile.linux_cross_mipsel

  - support for android 5+ (-fPIE -pie)

Version 15.12 (never published)
=============
  - From Windows version of 7-Zip 15.12 :
    - "There are no errors" string after "Test" operation inside archive.
    - The bugs in LZMA SDK were fixed (but these bugs are not related directly to 7-Zip's code).


  - From Windows version of 7-Zip 15.11 :
        - Some bugs were fixed.
        - 7-Zip 15.10 showed incorrect error message about missing volume for multivolume RAR archives.

   - ..../LZHAM added



Version 15.10 beta
==================

  - bug #147 Directory traversal through symlinks
    Bug-Debian: https://bugs.debian.org/774660
    Delay creation of symlinks to prevent arbitrary file writes (CVE-2015-1038)
    Fix given by Ben Hutchings

  - From Windows version of 7-zip 15.10 beta:
    - The BUG in 9.21 - 15.09 was fixed:
      7-Zip could ignore some parameters, specified for archive creation operation
	  for gzip and bzip2 formats in "Add to Archive" window and in command line
	  version (-m switch).
    - Some bugs were fixed.
      - extracting from solid wim archives worked incorrectly in some cases,
    - Also there are some minor changes.
      - 7-Zip can show the name of missing volume for multivolume RAR and VMDK archives.
      - Some internal changes with 7-Zip Benchmark.
64cae4c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 7, 2016
wen Update to 1.20
Update DEPENDS

Upstream changes:
1.20      2016-04-22
	- Stable release, made in Rugby, UK during Perl QA Hackathon 2016

1.19_91   2016-04-21
	- Drop use of File::ShareDir::ProjectDistDir (GitHub #26). Thanks Kent
	  Fredric!
	- Allow stop words with '.' (GitHub #28). Thanks Paulo Custodio!

1.19_90   2016-02-20
	- Hide internals: the POD parser is moved to a private package and
	  the Pod::Spell package now only exposes the public interface.
	  This is a first step towards rewriting the parser using Pod::Simple
	  (planned for Pod-Spell-2.0).
	- 'parse_from_file' and 'parse_from_filehandle' are now explicitely
	  documented (by copying doc from Pod::Parser).
1da5ef3
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 7, 2016
mef Updated devel/p5-Devel-PPPort to 3.33
-------------------------------------
3.33 - 2016-06-03

    * Add PERL_OP_PARENT related macros, and cBOOL
    * Add SvRXOK/SvRX/PERL_MAGIC_qr
      (Thanks to arc)
    * sort files from all_files_in_dir (GH #28, https://bugs.debian.org/801523
      (Thanks to ntyni)
    * Fix coverity finding in test (GH #25)
      (Thanks to jhi)
    * Add PERL_UNUSED_RESULT and a test (GH #20)
    * Don't redefine MUTABLE_PTR if it's already there (GH #23)
    * Add C_ARRAY_LENGTH and C_ARRAY_END (GH #16)
    * Fix gv_fetchpvn_flags and add init_gv_pvn (#GH 32)
      (Thanks to leont)
    * Fix compiler warnings
      (Thanks to Dave M.)
efef191
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 24, 2016
richard update to python-dateutil-2.5.3
NEWS:
Version 2.5.3
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016d
- Fixed parser bug where unambiguous datetimes fail to parse when dayfirst is
  set to true. (gh issue #233, pr #234)
- Bug in zoneinfo file on platforms such as Google App Engine which do not
  do not allow importing of subprocess.check_call was reported and fixed by
  @savraj (gh issue #239, gh pr #240)
- Fixed incorrect version in documentation (gh issue #235, pr #243)

Version 2.5.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016c
- Fixed parser bug where yearfirst and dayfirst parameters were not being
  respected when no separator was present. (gh issue #81 and #217, pr #229)

Version 2.5.1
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016b
- Changed MANIFEST.in to explicitly include test suite in source distributions,
  with help from @koobs (gh issue #193, pr #194, #201, #221)
- Explicitly set all line-endings to LF, except for the NEWS file, on a
  per-repository basis (gh pr #218)
- Fixed an issue with improper caching behavior in rruleset objects (gh issue
  #104, pr #207)
- Changed to an explicit error when rrulestr strings contain a missing BYDAY
  (gh issue #162, pr #211)
- tzfile now correctly handles files containing leapcnt (although the leapcnt
  information is not actually used). Contributed by @hjoukl (gh issue #146, pr
  #147)
- Fixed recursive import issue with tz module (gh pr #204)
- Added compatibility between tzwin objects and datetime.time objects (gh issue
  #216, gh pr #219)
- Refactored monolithic test suite by module (gh issue #61, pr #200 and #206)
- Improved test coverage in the relativedelta module (gh pr #215)
- Adjusted documentation to reflect possibly counter-intuitive properties of
  RFC-5545-compliant rrules, and other documentation improvements in the rrule
  module (gh issue #105, gh issue #149 - pointer to the solution by @phep,
  pr #213).


Version 2.5.0
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016a
- zoneinfo_metadata file version increased to 2.0 - the updated updatezinfo.py
  script will work with older zoneinfo_metadata.json files, but new metadata
  files will not work with older updatezinfo.py versions. Additionally, we have
  started hosting our own mirror of the Olson databases on a github pages
  site (https://dateutil.github.io/tzdata/) (gh pr #183)
- dateutil zoneinfo tarballs now contain the full zoneinfo_metadata file used
  to generate them. (gh issue #27, gh pr #85)
- relativedelta can now be safely subclassed without derived objects reverting
  to base relativedelta objects as a result of arithmetic operations.
  (lp:1010199, gh issue #44, pr #49)
- relativedelta 'weeks' parameter can now be set and retrieved as a property of
  relativedelta instances. (lp: 727525, gh issue #45, pr #49)
- relativedelta now explicitly supports fractional relative weeks, days, hours,
  minutes and seconds. Fractional values in absolute parameters (year, day, etc)
  are now deprecated. (gh issue #40, pr #190)
- relativedelta objects previously did not use microseconds to determine of two
  relativedelta objects were equal. This oversight has been corrected.
  Contributed by @elprans (gh pr #113)
- rrule now has an xafter() method for retrieving multiple recurrences after a
  specified date. (gh pr #38)
- str(rrule) now returns an RFC2445-compliant rrule string, contributed by
  @schinckel and @armicron (lp:1406305, gh issue #47, prs #50, #62 and #160)
- rrule performance under certain conditions has been significantly improved
  thanks to a patch contributed by @dekoza, based on an article by Brian Beck
  (@exogen) (gh pr #136)
- The use of both the 'until' and 'count' parameters is now deprecated as
  inconsistent with RFC2445 (gh pr #62, #185)
- Parsing an empty string will now raise a ValueError, rather than returning the
  datetime passed to the 'default' parameter. (gh issue #78, pr #187)
- tzwinlocal objects now have a meaningful repr() and str() implementation
  (gh issue #148, prs #184 and #186)
- Added equality logic for tzwin and tzwinlocal objects. (gh issue #151,
  pr #180, #184)
- Added some flexibility in subclassing timelex, and switched the default
  behavior over to using string methods rather than comparing against a fixed
  list. (gh pr #122, #139)
- An issue causing tzstr() to crash on Python 2.x was fixed. (lp: 1331576,
  gh issue #51, pr #55)
- An issue with string encoding causing exceptions under certain circumstances
  when tzname() is called was fixed. (gh issue #60, #74, pr #75)
- Parser issue where calling parse() on dates with no day specified when the
  day of the month in the default datetime (which is "today" if unspecified) is
  greater than the number of days in the parsed month was fixed (this issue
  tended to crop up between the 29th and 31st of the month, for obvious reasons)
  (canonical gh issue #25, pr #30, #191)
- Fixed parser issue causing fuzzy_with_tokens to raise an unexpected exception
  in certain circumstances. Contributed by @MichaelAquilina (gh pr #91)
- Fixed parser issue where years > 100 AD were incorrectly parsed. Contributed
  by @Bachmann1234 (gh pr #130)
- Fixed parser issue where commas were not a valid separator between seconds
  and microseconds, preventing parsing of ISO 8601 dates. Contributed by
  @ryanss (gh issue #28, pr #106)
- Fixed issue with tzwin encoding in locales with non-Latin alphabets
  (gh issue #92, pr #98)
- Fixed an issue where tzwin was not being properly imported on Windows.
  Contributed by @labrys. (gh pr #134)
- Fixed a problem causing issues importing zoneinfo in certain circumstances.
  Issue and solution contributed by @alexxv (gh issue #97, pr #99)
- Fixed an issue where dateutil timezones were not compatible with basic time
  objects. One of many, many timezone related issues contributed and tested by
  @labrys. (gh issue #132, pr #181)
- Fixed issue where tzwinlocal had an invalid utcoffset. (gh issue #135,
  pr #141, #142)
- Fixed issue with tzwin and tzwinlocal where DST transitions were incorrectly
  parsed from the registry. (gh issue #143, pr #178)
- updatezinfo.py no longer suppresses certain OSErrors. Contributed by @bjamesv
  (gh pr #164)
- An issue that arose when timezone locale changes during runtime has been
  fixed by @carlosxl and @mjschultz (gh issue #100, prs #107, #109)
- Python 3.5 was added to the supported platforms in the metadata (@tacaswell
  gh pr #159) and the test suites (@moreati gh pr #117).
- An issue with tox failing without unittest2 installed in Python 2.6 was fixed
  by @moreati (gh pr #115)
- Several deprecated functions were replaced in the tests by @moreati
  (gh pr #116)
- Improved the logic in Travis and Appveyor to alleviate issues where builds
  were failing due to connection issues when downloading the IANA timezone
  files. In addition to adding our own mirror for the files (gh pr #183), the
  download is now retried a number of times (with a delay) (gh pr #177)
- Many failing doctests were fixed by @moreati. (gh pr #120)
- Many fixes to the documentation (gh pr #103, gh pr #87 from @radarhere,
  gh pr #154 from @gpoesia, gh pr #156 from @awsum, gh pr #168 from @ja8zyjits)
- Added a code coverage tool to the CI to help improve the library. (gh pr #182)
- We now have a mailing list - dateutil@python.org, graciously hosted by
  Python.org.


Version 2.4.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015b.
- Fixed issue with parsing of tzstr on Python 2.7.x; tzstr will now be decoded
  if not a unicode type. gh #51 (lp:1331576), gh pr #55.
- Fix a parser issue where AM and PM tokens were showing up in fuzzy date
  stamps, triggering inappropriate errors. gh #56 (lp: 1428895), gh pr #63.
- Missing function "setcachesize" removed from zoneinfo __all__ list by @ryanss,
  fixing an issue with wildcard imports of dateutil.zoneinfo. (gh pr #66).
- (PyPi only) Fix an issue with source distributions not including the test
  suite.


Version 2.4.1
-------------

- Added explicit check for valid hours if AM/PM is specified in parser.
  (gh pr #22, issue #21)
- Fix bug in rrule introduced in 2.4.0 where byweekday parameter was not
  handled properly. (gh pr #35, issue #34)
- Fix error where parser allowed some invalid dates, overwriting existing hours
  with the last 2-digit number in the string. (gh pr #32, issue #31)
- Fix and add test for Python 2.x compatibility with boolean checking of
  relativedelta objects. Implemented by @nimasmi (gh pr #43) and Cédric Krier
  (lp: 1035038)
- Replaced parse() calls with explicit datetime objects in unit tests unrelated
  to parser. (gh pr #36)
- Changed private _byxxx from sets to sorted tuples and fixed one currently
  unreachable bug in _construct_byset. (gh pr #54)
- Additional documentation for parser (gh pr #29, #33, #41) and rrule.
- Formatting fixes to documentation of rrule and README.rst.
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015a.
5815f17
Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment