openssl doesn't compile #44

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xmerlin opened this Issue Mar 19, 2013 · 6 comments

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@xmerlin

branch joyent/release/2012Q4

openssl doesn't compile

http://pastebin.com/dJW53fWV

@mamash
Joyent member
@xmerlin

ok ..is it "safe" to use pk to build things and/or to test some new packages=

@mamash
Joyent member
@xmerlin

ok thank you, I'm rebuilding all ... I'll keep you posted

@xmerlin

pk cannot create the openssl package --> http://pastebin.com/wgNJUhGG

@mamash mamash closed this Jul 26, 2013
@mamash mamash pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 12, 2013
wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
82ae65a
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
darcy Upgrade to version 4.1.
Changes since 4.0:
- Dropped support for Python below 2.5 and PostgreSQL below 8.3.
- Added support for Python up to 2.7 and PostgreSQL up to 9.2.
- Particularly, support PQescapeLiteral() and PQescapeIdentifier().
- The query method of the classic API now supports positional parameters.
  This an effective way to pass arbitrary or unknown data without worrying
  about SQL injection or syntax errors (contribution by Patrick TJ McPhee).
- The classic API now supports a method namedresult() in addition to
  getresult() and dictresult(), which returns the rows of the result
  as named tuples if these are supported (Python 2.6 or higher).
- The classic API has got the new methods begin(), commit(), rollback(),
  savepoint() and release() for handling transactions.
- Both classic and DBAPI 2 connections can now be used as context
  managers for encapsulating transactions.
- The execute() and executemany() methods now return the cursor object,
  so you can now write statements like "for row in cursor.execute(...)"
  (as suggested by Adam Frederick).
- Binary objects are now automatically escaped and unescaped.
- Bug in money quoting fixed.  Amounts of $0.00 handled correctly.
- Proper handling of date and time objects as input.
- Proper handling of floats with 'nan' or 'inf' values as input.
- Fixed the set_decimal() function.
- All DatabaseError instances now have a sqlstate attribute.
- The getnotify() method can now also return payload strings (#15).
- Better support for notice processing with the new methods
  set_notice_receiver() and get_notice_receiver()
  (as suggested by Michael Filonenko, see #12 and #37).
- Open transactions are rolled back when pgdb connections are closed
  (as suggested by Peter Harris, see #46).
- Connections and cursors can now be used with the "with" statement
  (as suggested by Peter Harris, see #46).
- New method use_regtypes() that can be called to let getattnames()
  return regular type names instead of the simplified classic types (#44).
a6ecc7f
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
98ab6bc
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
33480cb
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 29, 2014
obache Update py-testtools to 0.9.34.
0.9.34
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* Added ability for ``testtools.TestCase`` instances to force a test to
  fail, even if no assertions failed. (Thomi Richards)

* Added ``testtools.content.StacktraceContent``, a content object that
  automatically creates a ``StackLinesContent`` object containing the current
  stack trace. (Thomi Richards)

* ``AnyMatch`` is now exported properly in ``testtools.matchers``.
  (Robert Collins, Rob Kennedy, github #44)

* In Python 3.3, if there are duplicate test ids, tests.sort() will
  fail and raise TypeError. Detect the duplicate test ids firstly in
  sorted_tests() to ensure that all test ids are unique.
  (Kui Shi, #1243922)

* ``json_content`` is now in the ``__all__`` attribute for
  ``testtools.content``. (Robert Collins)

* Network tests now bind to 127.0.0.1 to avoid (even temporary) network
  visible ports. (Benedikt Morbach, github #46)

* Test listing now explicitly indicates by printing 'Failed to import' and
  exiting (2) when an import has failed rather than only signalling through the
  test name. (Robert Collins, #1245672)

* ``test_compat.TestDetectEncoding.test_bom`` now works on Python 3.3 - the
  corner case with euc_jp is no longer permitted in Python 3.3 so we can
  skip it. (Martin [gz], #1251962)

0.9.33
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* Added ``addDetailuniqueName`` method to ``testtools.TestCase`` class.
  (Thomi Richards)

* Removed some unused code from ``testtools.content.TracebackContent``.
  (Thomi Richards)

* Added ``testtools.StackLinesContent``: a content object for displaying
  pre-processed stack lines. (Thomi Richards)

* ``StreamSummary`` was calculating testsRun incorrectly: ``exists`` status
  tests were counted as run tests, but they are not.
  (Robert Collins, #1203728)

0.9.32
~~~~~~

Regular maintenance release.  Special thanks to new contributor, Xiao Hanyu!

Changes
-------

 * ``testttols.compat._format_exc_info`` has been refactored into several
   smaller functions. (Thomi Richards)

Improvements
------------

* Stacktrace filtering no longer hides unittest frames that are surrounded by
  user frames. We will reenable this when we figure out a better algorithm for
  retaining meaning. (Robert Collins, #1188420)

* The compatibility code for skipped tests with unittest2 was broken.
  (Robert Collins, #1190951)

* Various documentation improvements (Clint Byrum, Xiao Hanyu).

0.9.31
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* ``ExpectedException`` now accepts a msg parameter for describing an error,
  much the same as assertEquals etc. (Robert Collins)

0.9.30
~~~~~~

A new sort of TestResult, the StreamResult has been added, as a prototype for
a revised standard library test result API.  Expect this API to change.
Although we will try to preserve compatibility for early adopters, it is
experimental and we might need to break it if it turns out to be unsuitable.

Improvements
------------
* ``assertRaises`` works properly for exception classes that have custom
  metaclasses

* ``ConcurrentTestSuite`` was silently eating exceptions that propagate from
  the test.run(result) method call. Ignoring them is fine in a normal test
  runner, but when they happen in a different thread, the thread that called
  suite.run() is not in the stack anymore, and the exceptions are lost. We now
  create a synthetic test recording any such exception.
  (Robert Collins, #1130429)

* Fixed SyntaxError raised in ``_compat2x.py`` when installing via Python 3.
  (Will Bond, #941958)

* New class ``StreamResult`` which defines the API for the new result type.
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``ConcurrentStreamTestSuite`` for convenient construction
  and utilisation of ``StreamToQueue`` objects. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``CopyStreamResult`` which forwards events onto multiple
  ``StreamResult`` objects (each of which receives all the events).
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamSummary`` which summarises a ``StreamResult``
  stream compatibly with ``TestResult`` code. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamTagger`` which adds or removes tags from
  ``StreamResult`` events. (RobertCollins)

* New support class ``StreamToDict`` which converts a ``StreamResult`` to a
  series of dicts describing a test. Useful for writing trivial stream
  analysers. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``TestControl`` which permits cancelling an in-progress
  run. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamFailFast`` which calls a ``TestControl`` instance
  to abort the test run when a failure is detected. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``ExtendedToStreamDecorator`` which translates both regular
  unittest TestResult API calls and the ExtendedTestResult API which testtools
  has supported into the StreamResult API. ExtendedToStreamDecorator also
  forwards calls made in the StreamResult API, permitting it to be used
  anywhere a StreamResult is used. Key TestResult query methods like
  wasSuccessful and shouldStop are synchronised with the StreamResult API
  calls, but the detailed statistics like the list of errors are not - a
  separate consumer will be created to support that.
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamToExtendedDecorator`` which translates
  ``StreamResult`` API calls into ``ExtendedTestResult`` (or any older
  ``TestResult``) calls. This permits using un-migrated result objects with
  new runners / tests. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamToQueue`` for sending messages to one
  ``StreamResult`` from multiple threads. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``TimestampingStreamResult`` which adds a timestamp to
  events with no timestamp. (Robert Collins)

* New ``TestCase`` decorator ``DecorateTestCaseResult`` that adapts the
  ``TestResult`` or ``StreamResult`` a case will be run with, for ensuring that
  a particular result object is used even if the runner running the test doesn't
  know to use it. (Robert Collins)

* New test support class ``testtools.testresult.doubles.StreamResult``, which
  captures all the StreamResult events. (Robert Collins)

* ``PlaceHolder`` can now hold tags, and applies them before, and removes them
  after, the test. (Robert Collins)

* ``PlaceHolder`` can now hold timestamps, and applies them before the test and
  then before the outcome. (Robert Collins)

* ``StreamResultRouter`` added. This is useful for demultiplexing - e.g. for
  partitioning analysis of events or sending feedback encapsulated in
  StreamResult events back to their source. (Robert Collins)

* ``testtools.run.TestProgram`` now supports the ``TestRunner`` taking over
  responsibility for formatting the output of ``--list-tests``.
  (Robert Collins)

* The error message for setUp and tearDown upcall errors was broken on Python
  3.4. (Monty Taylor, Robert Collins, #1140688)

* The repr of object() on pypy includes the object id, which was breaking a
  test that accidentally depended on the CPython repr for object().
  (Jonathan Lange)

0.9.29
~~~~~~

A simple bug fix, and better error messages when you don't up-call.

Changes
-------

* ``testtools.content_type.ContentType`` incorrectly used ',' rather than ';'
  to separate parameters. (Robert Collins)

Improvements
------------

* ``testtools.compat.unicode_output_stream`` was wrapping a stream encoder
  around ``io.StringIO`` and ``io.TextIOWrapper`` objects, which was incorrect.
  (Robert Collins)

* Report the name of the source file for setUp and tearDown upcall errors.
  (Monty Taylor)

0.9.28
~~~~~~

Testtools has moved VCS - https://github.com/testing-cabal/testtools/ is
the new home. Bug tracking is still on Launchpad, and releases are on Pypi.

We made this change to take advantage of the richer ecosystem of tools around
Git, and to lower the barrier for new contributors.

Improvements
------------

* New ``testtools.testcase.attr`` and ``testtools.testcase.WithAttributes``
  helpers allow marking up test case methods with simple labels. This permits
  filtering tests with more granularity than organising them into modules and
  test classes. (Robert Collins)

0.9.27
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* New matcher ``HasLength`` for matching the length of a collection.
  (Robert Collins)

* New matcher ``MatchesPredicateWithParams`` make it still easier to create
  ad hoc matchers. (Robert Collins)

* We have a simpler release process in future - see doc/hacking.rst.
  (Robert Collins)

0.9.26
~~~~~~

Brown paper bag fix: failed to document the need for setup to be able to use
extras. Compounded by pip not supporting setup_requires.

Changes
-------

* setup.py now can generate egg_info even if extras is not available.
  Also lists extras in setup_requires for easy_install.
  (Robert Collins, #1102464)

0.9.25
~~~~~~

Changes
-------

* ``python -m testtools.run --load-list`` will now preserve any custom suites
  (such as ``testtools.FixtureSuite`` or ``testresources.OptimisingTestSuite``)
  rather than flattening them.
  (Robert Collins, #827175)

* Testtools now depends on extras, a small library split out from it to contain
  generally useful non-testing facilities. Since extras has been around for a
  couple of testtools releases now, we're making this into a hard dependency of
  testtools. (Robert Collins)

* Testtools now uses setuptools rather than distutils so that we can document
  the extras dependency. (Robert Collins)

Improvements
------------

* Testtools will no longer override test code registered details called
  'traceback' when reporting caught exceptions from test code.
  (Robert Collins, #812793)
21cd2f5
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
darcy Upgrade to version 4.1.
Changes since 4.0:
- Dropped support for Python below 2.5 and PostgreSQL below 8.3.
- Added support for Python up to 2.7 and PostgreSQL up to 9.2.
- Particularly, support PQescapeLiteral() and PQescapeIdentifier().
- The query method of the classic API now supports positional parameters.
  This an effective way to pass arbitrary or unknown data without worrying
  about SQL injection or syntax errors (contribution by Patrick TJ McPhee).
- The classic API now supports a method namedresult() in addition to
  getresult() and dictresult(), which returns the rows of the result
  as named tuples if these are supported (Python 2.6 or higher).
- The classic API has got the new methods begin(), commit(), rollback(),
  savepoint() and release() for handling transactions.
- Both classic and DBAPI 2 connections can now be used as context
  managers for encapsulating transactions.
- The execute() and executemany() methods now return the cursor object,
  so you can now write statements like "for row in cursor.execute(...)"
  (as suggested by Adam Frederick).
- Binary objects are now automatically escaped and unescaped.
- Bug in money quoting fixed.  Amounts of $0.00 handled correctly.
- Proper handling of date and time objects as input.
- Proper handling of floats with 'nan' or 'inf' values as input.
- Fixed the set_decimal() function.
- All DatabaseError instances now have a sqlstate attribute.
- The getnotify() method can now also return payload strings (#15).
- Better support for notice processing with the new methods
  set_notice_receiver() and get_notice_receiver()
  (as suggested by Michael Filonenko, see #12 and #37).
- Open transactions are rolled back when pgdb connections are closed
  (as suggested by Peter Harris, see #46).
- Connections and cursors can now be used with the "with" statement
  (as suggested by Peter Harris, see #46).
- New method use_regtypes() that can be called to let getattnames()
  return regular type names instead of the simplified classic types (#44).
9ab77e5
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
dea6f42
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
obache Update py-testtools to 0.9.34.
0.9.34
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* Added ability for ``testtools.TestCase`` instances to force a test to
  fail, even if no assertions failed. (Thomi Richards)

* Added ``testtools.content.StacktraceContent``, a content object that
  automatically creates a ``StackLinesContent`` object containing the current
  stack trace. (Thomi Richards)

* ``AnyMatch`` is now exported properly in ``testtools.matchers``.
  (Robert Collins, Rob Kennedy, github #44)

* In Python 3.3, if there are duplicate test ids, tests.sort() will
  fail and raise TypeError. Detect the duplicate test ids firstly in
  sorted_tests() to ensure that all test ids are unique.
  (Kui Shi, #1243922)

* ``json_content`` is now in the ``__all__`` attribute for
  ``testtools.content``. (Robert Collins)

* Network tests now bind to 127.0.0.1 to avoid (even temporary) network
  visible ports. (Benedikt Morbach, github #46)

* Test listing now explicitly indicates by printing 'Failed to import' and
  exiting (2) when an import has failed rather than only signalling through the
  test name. (Robert Collins, #1245672)

* ``test_compat.TestDetectEncoding.test_bom`` now works on Python 3.3 - the
  corner case with euc_jp is no longer permitted in Python 3.3 so we can
  skip it. (Martin [gz], #1251962)

0.9.33
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* Added ``addDetailuniqueName`` method to ``testtools.TestCase`` class.
  (Thomi Richards)

* Removed some unused code from ``testtools.content.TracebackContent``.
  (Thomi Richards)

* Added ``testtools.StackLinesContent``: a content object for displaying
  pre-processed stack lines. (Thomi Richards)

* ``StreamSummary`` was calculating testsRun incorrectly: ``exists`` status
  tests were counted as run tests, but they are not.
  (Robert Collins, #1203728)

0.9.32
~~~~~~

Regular maintenance release.  Special thanks to new contributor, Xiao Hanyu!

Changes
-------

 * ``testttols.compat._format_exc_info`` has been refactored into several
   smaller functions. (Thomi Richards)

Improvements
------------

* Stacktrace filtering no longer hides unittest frames that are surrounded by
  user frames. We will reenable this when we figure out a better algorithm for
  retaining meaning. (Robert Collins, #1188420)

* The compatibility code for skipped tests with unittest2 was broken.
  (Robert Collins, #1190951)

* Various documentation improvements (Clint Byrum, Xiao Hanyu).

0.9.31
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* ``ExpectedException`` now accepts a msg parameter for describing an error,
  much the same as assertEquals etc. (Robert Collins)

0.9.30
~~~~~~

A new sort of TestResult, the StreamResult has been added, as a prototype for
a revised standard library test result API.  Expect this API to change.
Although we will try to preserve compatibility for early adopters, it is
experimental and we might need to break it if it turns out to be unsuitable.

Improvements
------------
* ``assertRaises`` works properly for exception classes that have custom
  metaclasses

* ``ConcurrentTestSuite`` was silently eating exceptions that propagate from
  the test.run(result) method call. Ignoring them is fine in a normal test
  runner, but when they happen in a different thread, the thread that called
  suite.run() is not in the stack anymore, and the exceptions are lost. We now
  create a synthetic test recording any such exception.
  (Robert Collins, #1130429)

* Fixed SyntaxError raised in ``_compat2x.py`` when installing via Python 3.
  (Will Bond, #941958)

* New class ``StreamResult`` which defines the API for the new result type.
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``ConcurrentStreamTestSuite`` for convenient construction
  and utilisation of ``StreamToQueue`` objects. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``CopyStreamResult`` which forwards events onto multiple
  ``StreamResult`` objects (each of which receives all the events).
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamSummary`` which summarises a ``StreamResult``
  stream compatibly with ``TestResult`` code. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamTagger`` which adds or removes tags from
  ``StreamResult`` events. (RobertCollins)

* New support class ``StreamToDict`` which converts a ``StreamResult`` to a
  series of dicts describing a test. Useful for writing trivial stream
  analysers. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``TestControl`` which permits cancelling an in-progress
  run. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamFailFast`` which calls a ``TestControl`` instance
  to abort the test run when a failure is detected. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``ExtendedToStreamDecorator`` which translates both regular
  unittest TestResult API calls and the ExtendedTestResult API which testtools
  has supported into the StreamResult API. ExtendedToStreamDecorator also
  forwards calls made in the StreamResult API, permitting it to be used
  anywhere a StreamResult is used. Key TestResult query methods like
  wasSuccessful and shouldStop are synchronised with the StreamResult API
  calls, but the detailed statistics like the list of errors are not - a
  separate consumer will be created to support that.
  (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamToExtendedDecorator`` which translates
  ``StreamResult`` API calls into ``ExtendedTestResult`` (or any older
  ``TestResult``) calls. This permits using un-migrated result objects with
  new runners / tests. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``StreamToQueue`` for sending messages to one
  ``StreamResult`` from multiple threads. (Robert Collins)

* New support class ``TimestampingStreamResult`` which adds a timestamp to
  events with no timestamp. (Robert Collins)

* New ``TestCase`` decorator ``DecorateTestCaseResult`` that adapts the
  ``TestResult`` or ``StreamResult`` a case will be run with, for ensuring that
  a particular result object is used even if the runner running the test doesn't
  know to use it. (Robert Collins)

* New test support class ``testtools.testresult.doubles.StreamResult``, which
  captures all the StreamResult events. (Robert Collins)

* ``PlaceHolder`` can now hold tags, and applies them before, and removes them
  after, the test. (Robert Collins)

* ``PlaceHolder`` can now hold timestamps, and applies them before the test and
  then before the outcome. (Robert Collins)

* ``StreamResultRouter`` added. This is useful for demultiplexing - e.g. for
  partitioning analysis of events or sending feedback encapsulated in
  StreamResult events back to their source. (Robert Collins)

* ``testtools.run.TestProgram`` now supports the ``TestRunner`` taking over
  responsibility for formatting the output of ``--list-tests``.
  (Robert Collins)

* The error message for setUp and tearDown upcall errors was broken on Python
  3.4. (Monty Taylor, Robert Collins, #1140688)

* The repr of object() on pypy includes the object id, which was breaking a
  test that accidentally depended on the CPython repr for object().
  (Jonathan Lange)

0.9.29
~~~~~~

A simple bug fix, and better error messages when you don't up-call.

Changes
-------

* ``testtools.content_type.ContentType`` incorrectly used ',' rather than ';'
  to separate parameters. (Robert Collins)

Improvements
------------

* ``testtools.compat.unicode_output_stream`` was wrapping a stream encoder
  around ``io.StringIO`` and ``io.TextIOWrapper`` objects, which was incorrect.
  (Robert Collins)

* Report the name of the source file for setUp and tearDown upcall errors.
  (Monty Taylor)

0.9.28
~~~~~~

Testtools has moved VCS - https://github.com/testing-cabal/testtools/ is
the new home. Bug tracking is still on Launchpad, and releases are on Pypi.

We made this change to take advantage of the richer ecosystem of tools around
Git, and to lower the barrier for new contributors.

Improvements
------------

* New ``testtools.testcase.attr`` and ``testtools.testcase.WithAttributes``
  helpers allow marking up test case methods with simple labels. This permits
  filtering tests with more granularity than organising them into modules and
  test classes. (Robert Collins)

0.9.27
~~~~~~

Improvements
------------

* New matcher ``HasLength`` for matching the length of a collection.
  (Robert Collins)

* New matcher ``MatchesPredicateWithParams`` make it still easier to create
  ad hoc matchers. (Robert Collins)

* We have a simpler release process in future - see doc/hacking.rst.
  (Robert Collins)

0.9.26
~~~~~~

Brown paper bag fix: failed to document the need for setup to be able to use
extras. Compounded by pip not supporting setup_requires.

Changes
-------

* setup.py now can generate egg_info even if extras is not available.
  Also lists extras in setup_requires for easy_install.
  (Robert Collins, #1102464)

0.9.25
~~~~~~

Changes
-------

* ``python -m testtools.run --load-list`` will now preserve any custom suites
  (such as ``testtools.FixtureSuite`` or ``testresources.OptimisingTestSuite``)
  rather than flattening them.
  (Robert Collins, #827175)

* Testtools now depends on extras, a small library split out from it to contain
  generally useful non-testing facilities. Since extras has been around for a
  couple of testtools releases now, we're making this into a hard dependency of
  testtools. (Robert Collins)

* Testtools now uses setuptools rather than distutils so that we can document
  the extras dependency. (Robert Collins)

Improvements
------------

* Testtools will no longer override test code registered details called
  'traceback' when reporting caught exceptions from test code.
  (Robert Collins, #812793)
e7df780
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
pettai 1.2.0 2014/03/14
        Feature request #44: Allow override of the From: field on forensic
                reports.
        Feature request #45: Log the host portion of ignored
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        Feature request #56: Add "RequiredHeaders" setting to enforce syntax
                checks against a message and reject those that don't comply.
        Feature request #65: Add "ForensicReportsBcc".
        Fix bug #46: Charitable tweak to a couple of log messages.
        Fix bug #55: The "SoftwareHeader" setting wasn't being set properly.
        Fix bug #58: The "smtp.mailfrom" part of an Authentication-Results
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        Fix bug #60: Default AuthservID to the name provided by the MTA,
                not the local host name, which is consistent with what
                OpenDKIM does.
        Merge request #2: Validate external recipients before adding them to
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        Record all DKIM results to the history file, rather than only
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        BUILD: Fix bug #50: Check libbsd for strlcat() and strlcpy() so we
                don't make our own when we don't need to.
        CONTRIB: Fix bug #52: Update path to draft RFC in contrib/spec.
        CONTRIB: Fix bug #59: Allow database name, userid and password to be
                specified on the command line rather than hard-coding them.
        DOCS: Fix bug #48: Add a libopendmarc use overview page.
        DOCS: Fix bug #53: Add man page for opendmarc-importstats.
        REPORTS: Fix bug #51: Check status after every phase of SMTP when
                sending reports.
        REPORTS: Fix DKIM status importing.
        LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #68: Fix strict/relaxed checking logic when
                a public suffix list is available.
        LIBOPENDMARC: Fixed a bug where in some instances the fetch of the
                orgainizational domain could wrongly return the from domain.
        LIBOPENDMARC: Fix call to missing function.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2014
wiz Update to 6.06:
2014-04-16  Release 6.06

Ville Skyttä (3):
      Merge pull request #44 from dsteinbrunner/master
      Spelling fixes.
      Merge pull request #55 from oalders/master

Karen Etheridge (2):
      Merge pull request #38 from mbeijen/typo-sting
      Merge pull request #43 from dsteinbrunner/master

David Steinbrunner (2):
      Spelling corrections

Olaf Alders (1):
      Typo fixes.

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy,
      e.g. don't send plain https:// requests to proxy, but instead establish
      CONNECT tunnel and then send requests inside tunnel.
      This change does together with a change in LWP::Protocol::https.
      The change supports LWP::Protocol::https with the default
      IO::Socket::SSL backend, but also with Net::SSL. Also:
      - proxy authorization is supported (http://user:pass@host:port as proxy
        URL, Net::SSL still needs special HTTPS_PROXY_* environemt variables,
        as before)
      - CONNECT request does not need to be the first request inside the
        tunnel (not with Net::SSL)
      - conn_cache is read and written inside request(), instead of writing in
        request() and reading in _new_socket(). If a https tunnel is
        established the cache_key no longer depends only on proxy host,port
        but also on the tunnel endpoint
      - CONNECT is a proxy request and must always use Proxy-Authorization,
        not Authorization header

turugina (1):
      fix: auth-header of Digest auth did not conform to
      RFC 2617 when WWW-Authenticate has 'qop' parameter.

Gisle Aas (1):
      SSL libs might trigger ENOTTY on read

Michiel Beijen (1):
      Small typo.
187601a
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 2, 2014
wiz Update to 6.06:
2014-04-16  Release 6.06

Ville Skyttä (3):
      Merge pull request #44 from dsteinbrunner/master
      Spelling fixes.
      Merge pull request #55 from oalders/master

Karen Etheridge (2):
      Merge pull request #38 from mbeijen/typo-sting
      Merge pull request #43 from dsteinbrunner/master

David Steinbrunner (2):
      Spelling corrections

Olaf Alders (1):
      Typo fixes.

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy,
      e.g. don't send plain https:// requests to proxy, but instead establish
      CONNECT tunnel and then send requests inside tunnel.
      This change does together with a change in LWP::Protocol::https.
      The change supports LWP::Protocol::https with the default
      IO::Socket::SSL backend, but also with Net::SSL. Also:
      - proxy authorization is supported (http://user:pass@host:port as proxy
        URL, Net::SSL still needs special HTTPS_PROXY_* environemt variables,
        as before)
      - CONNECT request does not need to be the first request inside the
        tunnel (not with Net::SSL)
      - conn_cache is read and written inside request(), instead of writing in
        request() and reading in _new_socket(). If a https tunnel is
        established the cache_key no longer depends only on proxy host,port
        but also on the tunnel endpoint
      - CONNECT is a proxy request and must always use Proxy-Authorization,
        not Authorization header

turugina (1):
      fix: auth-header of Digest auth did not conform to
      RFC 2617 when WWW-Authenticate has 'qop' parameter.

Gisle Aas (1):
      SSL libs might trigger ENOTTY on read

Michiel Beijen (1):
      Small typo.
9784428
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 2, 2014
wen Update to 2.25
Upstream changes:
2.25      2014-04-03 09:43:15EST+1100 Australia/Melbourne

        * DOCS: Spelling fixes in autodie::ScopeUtil
                (Courtesy Salvatore Bonaccorso)

2.24      2014-03-30 19:30:10EST+1100 Australia/Melbourne

        * FEATURE: Provide a stack backtrace when `Carp::Always` is enabled.
                   Note that sometimes this is not as pretty as it could
                   be, patches welcome.
                   (Thanks to Niels Thykier, GH #35)

        * BUGFIX: Fix situations where `no autodie` doesn't respect lexical
                  scope. (Thanks to Niels Thykier, GH #41, RT #72053,
                  RT #86396)

        * INTERNAL: Remove now unused variables in code (Niels Thykier).

        * DOCS: Make it extra-clear autodie doesn't check `print`.
                (Dave Rolsky, GH #39)

        * TEST: Removed obsolete boilerplate.t

        * TEST / INTERNAL: Enabled travis-ci for Perl 5.8

        * TEST: Stopped some Pod::Coverage tests failing under Perl 5.8

        * BUILD: Better support for building in a read-only directory
                 (courtesy Andrew Fresh, GH #46)


2.23      2014-01-27 13:50:55EST+1100 Australia/Melbourne

        * TEST / BUGFIX: Improved testing support on Android
          and Blackberry devices. (GH #44, thanks to
          Hugmeir.)

        * TEST / INTERNAL / TRAVIS: Various non-code
          tweaks to make travis-ci more happy with testing
          autodie.

        * BUGFIX: autodie no longer weakens strict by allowing
          undeclared variables with the same name as built-ins.
          (RT #74246, thanks to Neils Thykier and Father
          Chrysostomos.)

        * BUGFIX: `use autodie qw( foo ! foo);` now correctly
          insists that we have hints for foo. (Thanks Niels Thykier)

        * INTERNAL: Improved benchmarking code, thanks to
          Niels Thykier.

2.22      2013-09-21 11:37:14 Asia/Tokyo

        * TEST / INTERNAL: Restore timestamps on touched testing
          files to avoid git flagging files having changed in
          git. (RT #88444, courtesy shay@cpan)

2.21      2013-09-12 13:17:23 Australia/Melbourne

        Many more improvements from Niels Thykier, great hero of the
        free people. Plus a compatibility patch from Zefram, keeper
        of Carp.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : Through the magic of globally reuseable
          core leak trampolines, autodie is even faster when used across
          multiple pacakages.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : Caches used for keeping track of
          fatalised subroutines are faster and leaner.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : Core subroutine wrappers are now lazily
          compiled.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : Using autodie while autodie is already in
          effect is now faster and more efficient.

        * INTERNAL : $" and $! are no longer arbitrarily messed with
          for no reason via autodie.  (They're still messed with when
          using Fatal.)

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : The ':all' tag hierachy is expanded
          immediately, in an efficient fashion.

        * INTERNAL : Numerous minor clean-ups. Dead variables removed.
          Typos fixed.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL : import() and _make_fatal() cache more
          aggressively, reducing CPU overhead.

        * TEST: Compatibility with Carp 1.32 (thanks to Zefram).
          RT #88076.
fe9be75
@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 Dec 14, 2015
taca Update ruby-classifier-reborn to 2.0.4.
v2.0.4

Major Enhancements

* Classification thresholds can be enabled or disabled. The default is
  disabled. The threshold value can be set at initialization time or
  dynamically during processing (#47)
* Made auto-categorization optional, defaulting to false (#45)
* Added the ability to handle an array of classifications to the constructor
  (#44)
* Classification with a threshold has been added to the api (#39)

Minor Enhancements

* Documentation around threshold usage (#54)
* Fixed UTF-8 encoding for hasher.rb (#50)
* Removed some unnecessary methods (#43)
* Add optional CachedContentNode (GSL only) (#43)
* Caches the transposed search_vector (#43)
* Added custom marshal_ methods to not save the cache when dumping/loading
  (#43)
* Optimized some numeric comparisons and iterators (#43)
* Added cached calculation table when computing raw_vectors (#43)
* If a category name is already a symbol, just return it (#45)
* Various Hash improvements (#45)
* Eliminated several Ruby ⚠️s when run with RUBYOPT="-w" (#38)
* Simple performance improvements for the Hasher process (#41)
* Fixes for broken regex splitting for non-ascii characters and removal of the
  unused punctuation filter (#41)
* Add multiple language stopwords with customizable stop word paths (#40)

Bug Fixes

* Fixed the bug where adding the same category a second time would clobber the
  category that was already there (#45)
* Fixed deprecation warning for <=> in ls.rb (#33)
* Remove references to Madeline in the README and replace it with Marshal or
  Redis (#32)

Development Fixes

* Added development dependency on mini_test and added 2.2 to travis.yml (#36)
3dad9c8
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 9, 2016
wiz Update setuptools_scm to 1.10.1:
v1.10.1
=======

* fix issue #73 - in hg pre commit merge, consider parent1 instead of failing

v1.10.0
=======

* add support for overriding the version number via the
  environment variable SETUPTOOLS_SCM_PRETEND_VERSION

* fix isssue #63 by adding the --match parameter to the git describe call
  and prepare the possibility of passing more options to scm backends

* fix issue #70 and #71 by introducing the parse keyword
  to specify custom scm parsing, its an expert feature,
  use with caution

  this change also introduces the setuptools_scm.parse_scm_fallback
  entrypoint which can be used to register custom archive fallbacks


v1.9.0
======

* Add :code:`relative_to` parameter to :code:`get_version` function;
  fixes #44 per #45.

v1.8.0
======

* fix issue with setuptools wrong version warnings being printed to standard
  out. User is informed now by distutils-warnings.
* restructure root finding, we now reliably ignore outer scm
  and prefer PKG-INFO over scm, fixes #43 and #45

v1.7.0
======

* correct the url to github
  thanks David Szotten
* enhance scm not found errors with a note on git tarballs
  thanks Markus
* add support for :code:`write_to_template`
cd7b2d5
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 17, 2016
ryoon Update poco to 1.6.1
* Disable debug library

Changelog:
Release 1.6.1 (2015-08-03)
==========================

- added project and solution files for Visual Studio 2015
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.11.1
- fixed GH #782: Poco::JSON::PrintHandler not working for nested arrays
- fixed GH #819: JSON Stringifier fails with preserve insert order
- fixed GH #878: UUID tryParse
- fixed GH #869: FIFOBuffer::read(T*, std::size_t) documentation inaccurate
- fixed GH #861: Var BadCastException
- fixed GH #779: BUG in 1.6.0 Zip code
- fixed GH #769: Poco::Var operator== throws exception
- fixed GH #766: Poco::JSON::PrintHandler not working for objects in array
- fixed GH #763: Unable to build static with NetSSL_OpenSSL for OS X
- fixed GH #750: BsonWriter::write<Binary::Ptr> missing size ?
- fixed GH #741: Timestamp anomaly in Poco::Logger on WindowsCE
- fixed GH #735: WEC2013 build fails due to missing Poco::Path methods.
- fixed GH #722: poco-1.6.0: Unicode Converter Test confuses string and char types
- fixed GH #719: StreamSocket::receiveBytes and FIFOBuffer issue in 1.6
- fixed GH #706: POCO1.6 Sample EchoServer BUG
- fixed GH #646: Prevent possible data race in access to Timer::_periodicInerval
- DeflatingStream: do not flush underlying stream on sync() as these can cause
  corrupted files in Zip archives


Release 1.6.0 (2014-12-22)
==========================

- fixed GH #625: MongoDB ensureIndex double insert?
- fixed GH #622: Crypto: RSATest::testSign() should verify with public key only
- fixed GH #620: Data documentation sample code outdated
- fixed GH #618: OS X 10.10 defines PAGE_SIZE macro, conflicts with PAGE_SIZE in Thread_POSIX.cpp
- fixed GH #616: Visual Studio warning C4244
- fixed GH #612: OpenSSLInitializer calls OPENSSL_config but not CONF_modules_free
- fixed GH #608: (Parallel)SocketAcceptor ctor/dtor call virtual functions
- fixed GH #607: Idle Reactor high CPU usage
- fixed GH #606: HTMLForm constructor read application/x-www-form-urlencoded UTF-8 request
  body first parameter with BOM in name
- fixed GH #596: For OpenSSL 1.0.1, include openssl/crypto.h not openssl/fips.h
- fixed GH #592: Incorrect format string in Poco::Dynamic::Struct
- fixed GH #590: Poco::Data::SQlite doesn't support URI filenames
- fixed GH #564: URI::encode
- fixed GH #560: DateTime class calculates a wrong day
- fixed GH #549: Memory allocation is not safe between fork() and execve()
- fixed GH #500: SSLManager causes a crash
- fixed GH #490: 2 byte frame with payload length of 0 throws "Incomplete Frame Received" exception
- fixed GH #483: multiple cases for sqlite_busy
- fixed GH #482: Poco::JSON::Stringifier::stringify bad behaviour
- fixed GH #478: HTTPCredentials not according to HTTP spec
- fixed GH #471: vs2010 release builds have optimization disabled ?
- fixed GH #468: HTTPClientSession/HTTPResponse not forwarding exceptions
- fixed GH #438: Poco::File::setLastModified() doesn't work
- fixed GH #402: StreamSocket::receiveBytes(FIFOBuffer&) and sendBytes(FIFOBuffer&) are
  not thread safe
- fixed GH #345: Linker warning LNK4221 in Foundation for SignalHandler.obj, String.obj
  and ByteOrder.obj
- fixed GH #331: Poco::Zip does not support files with ".." in the name.
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #294: Poco::Net::TCPServerParams::setMaxThreads(int count) will not accept count == 0.
- fixed GH #215: develop WinCE build broken
- fixed GH #63: Net::NameValueCollection::size() returns int
- Poco::Logger: formatting methods now support up to 10 arguments.
- added Poco::Timestamp::raw()
- Poco::DeflatingOutputStream and Poco::InflatingOutputStreams also flush underlying stream
  on flush()/sync().
- Poco::Util::Timer: prevent re-schedule of cancelled TimerTask
- enabled WinRegistryKey and WinRegistryConfiguration for WinCE
- Poco::BasicEvent improvements and preparations for future support of lambdas/std::function
- upgraded bundled sqlite to 3.8.7.2
- Poco::Thread: added support for starting functors/lambdas
- Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession: added support for global proxy configuration
- added support for OAuth 1.0/2.0 via Poco::Net::OAuth10Credentials and
  Poco::Net::OAuth20Credentials classes.
- Poco::Net::IPAddress: fixed IPv6 prefix handling issue on Windows
- added Poco::Timestamp::TIMEVAL_MIN and Poco::Timestamp::TIMEVAL_MAX
- added Poco::Clock::CLOCKVAL_MIN and Poco::Clock::CLOCKVAL_MAX
- added poco_assert_msg() and poco_assert_msg_dbg() macros
- Poco::Net::Context: fixed a memory leak if the CA file was not found while creating the
  Context object (the underlying OpenSSL context would leak)
- Poco::URI: added new constructor to create URI from Path
- Various documentation and style fixes
- Removed support (project/solution files) for Visual Studio.NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005.
- Improved CMake support


Release 1.5.4 (2014-10-14)
==========================

- fixed GH #326: compile Net lib 1.5.2 without UTF8 support enabled
- fixed GH #518: NetworkInterface.cpp compile error w/ POCO_NO_WSTRING (1.5.3)
- Fixed MSVC 2010 warnings on large alignment
- make HTTPAuthenticationParams::parse() add value on end of string
- fixed GH #482: Poco::JSON::Stringifier::stringify bad behaviour
- fixed GH #508: Can't compile for arm64 architecture
- fixed GH #510: Incorrect RSAKey construction from istream
- fix SharedMemory for WinCE/WEC2013
- Add NIOS2 double conversion detection, fixes compile errors
- added VS2013 project/solution files for Windows Embedded Compact 2013
- added Process::isRunning()
- NetSSL: Fix typo in documentation
- NetSSL_OpenSSL: support for TLS 1.1 and 1.2
- Zip: Added CM_AUTO, which automatically selects CM_STORE or CM_DEFLATE based
  on file extension. Used to avoid double-compression of already compressed file
  formats such as images.
- added %L modifier to PatternFormatter to switch to local time
- removed unnecessary explicit in some multi-arg constructors
- Allow SecureStreamSocket::attach() to be used in server connections
- added Var::isBoolean() and fixed JSON stringifier
- added poco_unexpected() macro invoking Bugcheck::unexpected() to deal
  with unexpected exceptions in destructors
- fixed GH #538 prevent destructors from throwing exceptions
- improved HTTP server handling of errors while reading header
- fixed GH #545: use short for sign
- upgraded SQLite to 3.8.6
- fixed GH #550 WebSocket fragmented message problem
- improved HTTPClientSession handling of network errors while sending the request
- updated bundled PCRE to 8.35.0
- fixed GH #552: FIFOBuffer drain() problem
- fixed GH #402: StreamSocket::receiveBytes(FIFOBuffer&) and sendBytes(FIFOBuffer&) are
  not thread safe
- HTTPCookie: fix documentation for max age
- added Timestamp::raw() and Clock::raw()
- Poco::Buffer properly handles zero-sized buffers
- GH #512: Poco:Data:ODBC:Binder.h causes a crash
- Added Crypto_Win and NetSSL_Win libraries which are re-implementations of existing
  Crypto and NetSSL_OpenSSL libraries based on WinCrypt/Schannel. The new libraries
  can be used as an almost drop-in replacement for the OpenSSL based libraries on
  Windows and Windows Embedded Compact platforms. Only available from GitHub for now.


Release 1.5.3 (2014-06-30)
==========================

- fixed GH# 316: Poco::DateTimeFormatter::append() gives wrong result for
  Poco::LocalDateTime
- Poco::Data::MySQL: added SQLite thread cleanup handler
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate: improved and fixed domain name verification for
  wildcard domains
- added Poco::Clock class, which uses a system-provided monotonic clock
  (if available) and is thus not affected by system realtime clock changes.
  Monotonic Clock is available on Windows, Linux, OS X and on POSIX platforms
  supporting clock_gettime() and CLOCK_MONOTONIC.
- Poco::Timer, Poco::Stopwatch, Poco::TimedNotificationQueue and Poco::Util::Timer
  have been changed to use Poco::Clock instead of Poco::Timestamp and are now
  unaffected by system realtime clock changes.
- fixed GH# 350: Memory leak in Data/ODBC with BLOB
- Correctly set MySQL time_type for Poco::Data::Date.
- fixed GH #352: Removed redundant #includes and fixed spelling mistakes.
- fixed setting of MYSQL_BIND is_unsigned value.
- fixed GH #360: CMakeLists foundation: add Clock.cpp in the list of source files
- Add extern "C" around <net/if.h> on HPUX platform.
- added runtests.sh
- fixed CPPUNIT_IGNORE parsing
- fixed Glob from start path, for platforms not alowing transverse from root (Android)
- added NTPClient (Rangel Reale)
- added PowerShell build script
- added SmartOS build support
- fix warnings in headers
- XMLWriter: removed unnecessary apostrophe escaping (&apos)
- MongoDB: use Int32 for messageLength
- fixed GH #380: SecureSocket+DialogSocket crashes with SIGSEGV when timeout occours
- Improve RSADigestEngine, using Poco::Crypto::DigestEngine to calculate hash before signing
- added Poco::PBKDF2Engine
- Fixed GH #380: SecureSocket+DialogSocket crashes with SIGSEGV when timeout occours
- added support for a 'Priority' attribute on cookies.
- GH #386: fixed bug in MailMessage without content-transfer-encoding header
- GH #384: ew hash algorithms support for RSADigestEngine
- fixed Clock overflow bug on Windows
- Poco::ByteOrder now uses intrinsics, if available
- CMake: added /bigobj option for msvc
- Fix typo to restore Net/TestSuite_x64_vs120 build
- correct path for CONFIGURE_FILE in CMakeLists.txt
- Building Poco 1.5.2 for Synology RS812+ (Intel Atom) (honor POCO_NO_INOTIFY)
- added WEC2013 support to buildwin.cmd and buildwin.ps1
- HTMLForm: in URL encoding, percent-encode more characters
- Fixed #include <linux/if.h> conflict with other libraries
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate::verify() no longer uses DNS reverse lookups to validate host names
- cert hostname validation is case insensitive and stricter for wildcard certificates
- TCPServer: do not reduce the capacity of the default ThreadPool
- added POCO_LOG_DEBUG flag
- Zip: fixed a crash caused by an I/O error
- added runtest script for windows
- added SQlite Full Text Search support
- added Thread::trySleep() and Thread::wakeUp()
- fixed GH #410: Bug in JSON::Object.stringify() in 1.5.2
- fixed GH #362: Defect in Var::parseString when there is no space between value and newline
- fixed GH #314: JSON parsing bug
- added GH #313: MetaColumn additions for Data::ODBC and Data::SQLite
- fixed GH #346: Make Poco::Data::Date and Poco::Data::Time compare functions const.
- fixed GH #341: Compiling poco-1.5.2 for Cygwin
- fixed GH #305: There are bugs in Buffer.h
- fixed GH #321: trivial build fixes (BB QNX build)
- fixed GH #440: MongoDB ObjectId string formatting
- added SevenZip library (Guenter Obiltschnig)
- fixed GH #442: Use correct prefix length field of Windows IP_ADAPTER_PREFIX structure
- improved GH #328: NetworkInterface on Windows XP
- fixed GH #154 Add support for MYSQL_TYPE_NEWDECIMAL to Poco::Data::MySQL
- fixed GH #290: Unicode support
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #363: DateTimeParser tryParse/parse
- added HTMLForm Content-Length calculation (Rangel Reale)
- Make TemporaryFile append a slash to tempDir
- fixed GH #319 android build with cmake
- added hasDelegates() method to AbstractEvent
- fixed GH #230: Poco::Timer problem
- fixed GH #317: Poco::Zip does not support newer Zip file versions.
- fixed GH #176: Poco::JSON::Stringifier UTF encoding
- fixed GH #458: Broadcast address and subnet mask for IEEE802.11 network interface
- fixed GH #456: poco: library install dirs per RUNTIME/LIBRARY/ARCHIVE


Release 1.5.2 (2013-09-16)
==========================

- added MongoDB library
- fixed GH #57: poco-1.5.1: Doesn't compile for Android
- added VoidEvent (Arturo Castro)
- fixed GH #80: NumberFormatter::append broken
- fixed GH #93: ParallelSocketAcceptor virtual functions
- optional small object optimization for IPAddress, SocketAddress, Any and Dynamic::Var
- SQLite events (insert, update, delete, commit, rollback) handlers
- merged GH #91: Improve SQLite multi-threaded use (Rangel Reale)
- merged GH #86: Invalid pointers to vector internals (Adrian Imboden)
- automatic library initialization macros
- fixed GH #110: WebSocket accept() fails when Connection header contains multiple tokens
- fixed GH #71: WebSocket and broken Timeouts (POCO_BROKEN_TIMEOUTS)
- fixed a warning in Poco/Crypto/OpenSSLInitializer.h
- fixed GH #109: Bug in Poco::Net::SMTPClientSession::loginUsingPlain
- added clang libc++ build configurations for Darwin and iPhone (Andrea Bigagli)
- fixed GH #116: Wrong timezone parsing in DateTimeParse (Matej Knopp)
- fixed GH #118: JSON::Object::stringify endless loop
- added Recursive and SortedDirectoryIterator (Marian Krivos)
- added ListMap (map-like container with preserving insertion order)
- MailMessage: attachments saving support and consistent read/write
- fixed GH #124: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- fixed GH #119: JSON::Object holds values in ordered map
- added JSON::PrintHandler
- renamed JSON::DefaultHandler to ParseHandler (breaking change!)
- fixed GH #127: Eliminate -Wshadow warnings
- fixed GH #79: Poco::Thread leak on Linux
- fixed GH #61: static_md build configs for Crypto and NetSSL
- fixed GH #130: prefer sysconf over sysctlbyname
- fixed GH #131: no timezone global var on OpenBSD
- fixed GH #102: Some subprojects don't have x64 solutions for VS 2010
- added GH #75: Poco::Uri addQueryParameter method
- Poco::Environment::osDisplayName() now recognizes Windows 8/Server 2012
- fixed GH #140: Poco::Runnable threading cleanup issue
- simplified default TCP/HTTPServer construction
- fixed GH #141: Application::run() documentation/implementation discrepancy
- changed RowFormatter to SharedPtr<RowFormatter> in Data::RecordSet interface (breaking change!)
- fixed GH #144: Poco::Dynamic emits invalid JSON
- removed naked pointers from Data interfaces
- fixed GH #82: name conflict in Data::Keywords::bind
- fixed GH #157: MySQL: cannot bind to 'long' data type on Windows/Visual C++
- fixed GH #158: MySQL: MYSQL_BIND 'is_unsigned' member is not set
- fixed GH #160: MultipartReader ignores first part, if preamble is missing
- fixed GH #156: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- XML: fixed an issue with parsing a memory buffer > 2 GB
- upgraded to expat 2.1.0
- Data/ODBC: added support for setting query timeout (via setProperty
  of "queryTimeout"). Timeout is int, given in seconds.
- fixed a potential endless loop in SecureStreamSocketImpl::sendBytes()
  and also removed unnecessary code.
- fixed GH #159: Crash in openssl CRYPTO_thread_id() after library libPocoCrypto.so
  has been unloaded.
- fixed GH #155: MailOutputStream mangles consecutive newline sequences
- fixed GH #139: FileChannel::PROP_FLUSH is invalid (contains a tab character)
- fixed GH #173: HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect forces DNS lookup of host names
- fixed GH #194: MessageNotification constructor is inefficient.
- fixed GH #189: Poco::NumberParser::tryParse() documentation bug
- fixed GH #172: IPv6 Host field is stripped of Brackets in HTTPClientSession
- fixed GH #188: Net: SocketAddress operator < unusable for std::map key
- fixed GH #128: DOMWriter incorrectly adds SYSTEM keyword to DTD if PUBLIC is
  already specified
- fixed GH #65: Poco::format() misorders sign and padding specifiers
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.7.17
- replaced JSON parser with Poco::Web::JSON parser (from sandbox)
- added JSON conversion to Dynamic Struct and Array
- added VarIterator
- modified behavior of empty Var (empty == empty)
- added Alignment.h header for C++03 alignment needs
- added Data/WebNotifier (DB, WebSocket) example
- fixed GH #209: Poco::NumberFormatter double length
- fixed GH #204: Upgrade zlib to 1.2.8
- fixed GH #198: The "application.configDir" property is not always created.
- fixed GH #185: Poco::NumberFormatter::format(double value, int precision)
  ignore precision == 0
- fixed GH #138: FreeBSD JSON tests fail
- fixed GH #99: JSON::Query an JSON::Object
- limited allowed types for JSON::Query to Object, Array, Object::Ptr,
  Array::Ptr and empty
- fixed GH #175: HTMLForm does not read URL parameters on POST or PUT
- added GH #187: MySQL: allow access to the underlying connection handle
- added GH #186: MySQL: support for MYSQL_SECURE_AUTH
- fixed GH #174: MySQL: 4GB allocated when reading any largetext or largeblob field
- fixed a potential memory leak in Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession if it is misused
  (e.g., sendRequest() is sent two times in a row without an intermediate call to
  receiveResponse(), or by calling receiveResponse() two times in a row without
  an intermediate call to sendRequest()) - GH #217
- removed a few unnecessary protected accessor methods from Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession
  that would provide inappropriate access to internal state
- merged GH #210: Don't call CloseHandle() twice on Windows; Ability to select the
  threadpool that will be used to start an Activity(Patrice Tarabbia)
- fixed GH #212: JSONConfiguration was missing from the vs90 project(Patrice Tarabbia)
- fixed GH #220: add qualifiers for FPEnvironment in C99 (Lucas Clemente)
- fixed GH #222: HTTPCookie doesn't support expiry times in the past (Karl Reid)
- fixed GH #224: building 1.5.1 on Windows for x64
- fixed GH# 233: ServerSocket::bind6(Poco::UInt16 port, bool reuseAddress, bool ipV6Only) does not work
- fixed GH# 231: Compatibility issue with Poco::Net::NetworkInterface
- fixed GH# 236: Bug in RecursiveDirectoryIterator
- added ColorConsoleChannel and WindowsColorConsoleChannel classes supporting
  colorizing log messages
- fixed GH# 259: Poco::EventLogChannel fails to find 64bit Poco Foundation dll
- fixed GH# 254: UTF8::icompare unexpected behavior
- Poco::UUID::tryParse() also accepts UUIDs without hyphens. Also updated documentation
  (links to specifications).
- added GH# 268: Method to get JSON object value using Poco::Nullable
- fixed GH# 267: JSON 'find' not returning empty result if object is expected but another value is found
- Added support for ARM64 architecture and iPhone 5s 64-bit builds
  (POCO_TARGET_OSARCH=arm64).


Release 1.5.1 (2013-01-11)
==========================

- using double-conversion library for floating-point numeric/string conversions
- added Poco::istring (case-insensitive string) and Poco::isubstr
- added SQLite sys.dual (in-memory system table)
- applied SF Patch #120: The ExpireLRUCache does not compile with a tuple as key on Visual Studio 2010
- fixed SF Bug #599: JSON::Array and JSON::Object size() member can implicitly lose precision
- fixed SF Bug #602: iterating database table rows not correct if no data in table
- fixed SF Bug #603: count() is missing in HashMap
- fixed GH #23: JSON::Object::stringify throw BadCastException
- fixed GH #16: NetworkInterface::firstAddress() should not throw on unconfigured interfaces
- Android compile/build support (by Rangel Reale)
- TypeHandler::prepare() now takes const-reference
- fixed GH #27: Poco::URI::decode() doesn't properly handle '+'
- fixed GH #31: JSON implementation bug
- fixed SF #597: Configure script ignores cflags
- fixed SF #593: Poco 1.5.0 on FreeBSD: cannot find -ldl
- added SF #542: SocketAddress() needs port-only constructor
- fixed SF #215: Wrong return type in SocketConnector.h
- applied SF Patch #97: fix c++0x / clang++ bugs
- fixed GH32/SF596: Poco::JSON: Parsing long integer (int64) value fails.
- added Net ifconfig sample (contributed by Philip Prindeville)
- merged GH #34: add algorithm header (Roger Meier/Philip Prindeville)
- fixed GH #26: Cannot compile on gcc
- merged SF #111: FTP Client logging (Marian Krivos)
- fixed GH #30: Poco::Path::home() throws when called from Windows Service
- fixed GH #22: MySQL connection string lowercased
- added MySQL support for Date/Time
- upgraded SQLite to version 3.7.15.1 (2012-12-19)
- improved SQLite execute() return (affected rows) value and added tests
- added SQLite::Utility::isThreadSafe() function
- added SQLite::Utility::setThreadMode(int mode) function
- fixed GH #36: 'distclean' requires 3 traversals of project tree
- fixed GH #41: Buffer::resize crash
- fixed GH #42: Linux unbundled builds don't link
- fixed GH #44: Problems with win x64 build
- fixed GH #46: 1.5.1 build fails on OS X when using libc++
- fixed GH #48: Need getArgs() accessor to Util::Application to retrieve start-up arguments
- fixed GH #49: NetworkInterface::list doesn't return MAC addresses
- fixed GH #51: Android should use isfinite, isinf, isnan and signbit from the std namespace
- fixed GH #53: JSON unicode fixes and running tests on invalid unicode JSON
- added ParallelAcceptor and ParallelReactor classes
- added EOF and error to FIFOBuffer


Release 1.5.0 (2012-10-14)
==========================

- added JSON library
- added Util::JSONConfiguration
- added FIFOBuffer and FIFOBufferStream
- fixed SF# 3522906: Unregistering handlers from SocketReactor
- fixed SF# 3522084: AbstractConfiguration does not support 64-bit integers
- HTTPServer::stopAll(): close the socket instead of just shutting it down, as the latter won't wake up a select() on Windows
- added SMTPLogger
- added cmake support
- fixed SF#3538778: NetworkInterface enumeration uses deprecated API
- fixed SF#3538779: IPAddress lacks useful constructors: from prefix mask, native SOCKADDR
- fixed SF#3538780: SocketAddress needs operator < function
- fixed SF#3538775: Issues building on Fedora/Centos, etc. for AMD64
- fixed SF#3538786: Use size_t for describing data-blocks in DigestEngine
- added IPAddress bitwise operators (&,|,^,~)
- added IPAddress BinaryReader/Writer << and >> operators
- modified IPAddress to force IPv6 to lowercase (RFC 5952)
- fixed SF#3538785: SMTPClientSession::sendMessage() should take recipient list
- added IPAddress::prefixLength()
- UTF portability improvements
- fixed SF#3556186: Linux shouldn't use <net/if.h> in Net/SocketDefs.h
- added IPAddress RFC 4291 compatible site-local prefix support
- fixed SF#3012166: IPv6 patch
- added SF#3558085: Add formatter to MACAddress object
- fixed SF#3552774: Don't hide default target in subordinate makefile
- fixed SF#3534307: Building IPv6 for Linux by default
- fixed SF#3516844: poco missing symbols with external >=lipcre-8.13
- added SF#3544720: AbstractConfigurator to support 64bit values
- fixed SF#3522081: WinRegistryConfiguration unable to read REG_QWORD values
- fixed SF#3563626: For Win32 set Up/Running flags on NetworkInterface
- fixed SF#3560807: Deprecate setPeerAddress() as this is now done in getifaddrs
- fixed SF#3560776: Fix byte-ordering issues with INADDR_* literals
- fixed SF#3563627: Set IP address on multicast socket from socket family
- fixed SF#3563999: Size BinaryWriter based on buffer's capacity(), not size()
- fixed SF#102 Fix building Poco on Debian GNU/kFreeBSD
- fixed SF#321 Binding DatTime or Timestamp
- fixed SF#307 Detect the SQL driver type at run time
- added VS 2012 Projects/Solutions
- enhanced and accelerated numeric parsing for integers and floats
- fixed SF#590 Segfault on FreeBSD when stack size not rounded
- added warn function and warnmsg macro in CppUnit
- fixed SF# 3558012 Compilation fails when building with -ansi or -std=c++0x
- fixed SF# 3563517 Get rid of loss-of-precision warnings on x64 MacOS
- fixed SF#3562244: Portability fix for AF_LINK
- fixed SF #3562400: DatagramSocketImpl comment is incorrect


Release 1.4.7p1 (2014-11-25)
============================

- Fixed Visual C++ 2010-2013 project files. Release builds now have optimization enabled.
- Poco::URI: added constructor to create URI from Path.
- fixed GH #618: OS X 10.10 defines PAGE_SIZE macro, conflicts with PAGE_SIZE in Thread_POSIX.cpp
- Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession: added support for global proxy configuration
- fixed GH #331: Poco::Zip does not support files with .. in the name.
- fixed a memory leak in Poco::Net::Context constructor when it fails to load the certificate
  or private key files.
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.7.2
- fixed GH #229: added missing value() function
- fixed GH #69: MySQL empty text/blob


Release 1.4.7 (2014-10-06)
==========================

- fixed GH #398: PropertyFileConfiguration: input != output
- fixed GH #368: Build failure of Poco 1.4.6p2 on FreeBSD 9.2
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #317: Poco::Zip does not support newer Zip file versions.
- fixed GH #454: Fix: handle unhandled exceptions
- fixed GH #463: XML does not compile with XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T
- fixed GH #282: Using Thread in a global can cause crash on Windows
- fixed GH #424: Poco::Timer deadlock
- fixed GH #465: Fix result enum type XML_Error -> XML_Status
- fixed GH #510: Incorrect RSAKey construction from istream
- fixed GH #332: POCO::ConsoleChannnel::initColors() assigns no color to
  PRIO_TRACE and wrong color to PRIO_FATAL
- fixed GH #550: WebSocket fragmented message problem
- Poco::Data::MySQL: added SQLite thread cleanup handler
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate: improved and fixed domain name verification for
  wildcard domains
- fixed a crash in Foundation testsuite with Visual C++ 2012
- improved and fixed domain name verification for wildcard domains in
  Poco::Net::X509Certificate
- updated TwitterClient sample to use new 1.1 API and OAuth
- added Poco::Clock class, which uses a system-provided monotonic clock
  (if available) and is thus not affected by system realtime clock changes.
  Monotonic Clock is available on Windows, Linux, OS X and on POSIX platforms
  supporting clock_gettime() and CLOCK_MONOTONIC.
- Poco::Timer, Poco::Stopwatch, Poco::TimedNotificationQueue and Poco::Util::Timer
  have been changed to use Poco::Clock instead of Poco::Timestamp and are now
  unaffected by system realtime clock changes.
- added Poco::PBKDF2Engine class template
- Poco::Net::HTTPCookie: added support for Priority attribute (backport from develop)
- fixed makedepend.* scripts to work in paths containing '.o*'
  (contributed by Per-Erik Bjorkstad, Hakan Bengtsen)
- Upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.6
- Support for Windows Embedded Compact 2013 (Visual Studio 2012)
- Project and solution files for Visual Studio 2013
- Changes for C++11 compatibility.
- fixed an issue with receiving empty web socket frames (such as ping)
- improved error handling in secure socket classes
- Poco::ByteOrder now uses intrinsics if available
- added new text encoding classes: Latin2Encoding, Windows1250Encoding, Windows1251Encoding
- Zip: Added CM_AUTO, which automatically selects CM_STORE or CM_DEFLATE based on file extension.
  Used to avoid double-compression of already compressed file formats such as images.


Release 1.4.6p4 (2014-04-18)
============================

- no longer use reverse DNS lookups for cert hostname validation
- cert hostname validation is case insensitive and more strict
- HTMLForm: in URL encoding, percent-encode more special characters
- fixed thread priority issues on POSIX platforms with non-standard scheduling policy
- XMLWriter no longer escapes apostrophe character
- fixed GH #316: Poco::DateTimeFormatter::append() gives wrong result for Poco::LocalDateTime
- fixed GH #305 (memcpy in Poco::Buffer uses wrong size if type != char)
- Zip: fixed a crash caused by an I/O error (e.g., full disk) while creating a Zip archive


Release 1.4.6p3 (2014-04-02)
============================

- Fixed a potential security vulnerability in client-side X509
  certificate verification.


Release 1.4.6p2 (2013-09-16)
============================

- fixed GH #156: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- XML: fixed an issue with parsing a memory buffer > 2 GB
- upgraded to expat 2.1.0
- Data/ODBC: added support for setting query timeout (via setProperty
  of "queryTimeout"). Timeout is int, given in seconds.
- fixed a potential endless loop in SecureStreamSocketImpl::sendBytes()
  and also removed unnecessary code.
- fixed GH #159: Crash in openssl CRYPTO_thread_id() after library libPocoCrypto.so
  has been unloaded.
- fixed GH #155: MailOutputStream mangles consecutive newline sequences
- fixed GH# 139: FileChannel::PROP_FLUSH is invalid (contains a tab character)
- fixed GH# 173: HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect forces DNS lookup of host names
- fixed GH# 194: MessageNotification constructor is inefficient.
- fixed GH# 189: Poco::NumberParser::tryParse() documentation bug
- fixed GH# 172: IPv6 Host field is stripped of Brackets in HTTPClientSession
- fixed GH# 188: Net: SocketAddress operator < unusable for std::map key
- fixed GH# 128: DOMWriter incorrectly adds SYSTEM keyword to DTD if PUBLIC is
  already specified
- fixed GH# 65: Poco::format() misorders sign and padding specifiers
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.7.17
- upgraded bundled zlib to 1.2.8
- fixed a potential memory leak in Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession if it is misused
  (e.g., sendRequest() is sent two times in a row without an intermediate call to
  receiveResponse(), or by calling receiveResponse() two times in a row without
  an intermediate call to sendRequest()) - GH #217
- removed a few unnecessary protected accessor methods from Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession
  that would provide inappropriate access to internal state
- fixed GH# 223 (Poco::Net::HTTPCookie does not support expiry times in the past)
- fixed GH# 233: ServerSocket::bind6(Poco::UInt16 port, bool reuseAddress, bool ipV6Only)
  does not work
- added ColorConsoleChannel and WindowsColorConsoleChannel classes supporting
  colorizing log messages
- fixed GH# 259: Poco::EventLogChannel fails to find 64bit Poco Foundation dll
- fixed GH# 254: UTF8::icompare unexpected behavior
- Poco::UUID::tryParse() also accepts UUIDs without hyphens. Also updated documentation
  (links to specifications).
- Added support for ARM64 architecture and iPhone 5s 64-bit builds
  (POCO_TARGET_OSARCH=arm64).


Release 1.4.6p1 (2013-03-06)
============================

- fixed GH# 71: WebSocket and broken Timeouts (POCO_BROKEN_TIMEOUTS)
- fixed an ambiguity error with VC++ 2010 in Data/MySQL testsuite
- Poco::Net::NetworkInterface now provides the interface index even for IPv4
- added DNS::reload() as a wrapper for res_init().
- On Linux, Poco::Environment::nodeId() first always tries to obtain the
  MAC address of eth0, before looking for other interfaces.
- Poco::Net::HTTPSession now always resets the buffer in connect() to clear
  any leftover data from a (failed) previous session
- fixed copysign namespace issue in FPEnvironment_DUMMY.h
- fixed a warning in Poco/Crypto/OpenSSLInitializer.h
- added a build configuration for BeagleBoard/Angstrom
- fixed GH# 109: Bug in Poco::Net::SMTPClientSession::loginUsingPlain)
- fixed compile errors with clang -std=c++11
- fixed GH# 116: Wrong timezone parsing in DateTimeParse (fix by Matej Knopp)
- updated bundled SQLite to 3.7.15.2


Release 1.4.6 (2013-01-10)
==========================

- changed FPEnvironment_DUMMY.h to include <cmath> instead of <math.h>
- updated bundled SQLite to 3.7.15.1
- fixed GH# 30: Poco::Path::home() throws
- fixed SF Patch# 120 The ExpireLRUCache does not compile with a tuple as key on VS2010
- fixed SF# 603 count() is missing in HashMap
- Crypto and NetSSL_OpenSSL project files now use OpenSSL *MD.lib library files for
  static_md builds. Previously, the DLL import libs were used.
- Poco::Environment::osDisplayName() now recognizes Windows 8/Server 2012


Release 1.4.5 (2012-11-19)
==========================

- added Visual Studio 2012 project files
- buildwin.cmd now support building with msbuild for VS2010 and 2012.
- added Poco::Optional class
- fixed SF# 3558012 Compilation fails when building with -ansi or -std=c++0x
- fixed SF# 3563517 Get rid of loss-of-precision warnings on x64 MacOS
- fixed SF# 3562244: Portability fix for AF_LINK
- fixed SF# 3562400: DatagramSocketImpl comment
- fixed SF# 594: Websocket fails with small masked payloads
- fixed SF# 588: Missing POCO_ARCH and POCO_ARCH_LITTLE_ENDIAN define for WinCE on SH4
- fixed SF# 581: Out-of-bound array access in Unicode::properties() function.
- fixed SF# 590: Segfault on FreeBSD when stack size not rounded
- fixed SF# 586: Poco::DateTimeParser and ISO8601 issues when seconds fraction has more than 6 digits
- Poco::Net::HTTPSSessionInstantiator::registerInstantiator() now optionally accepts a
  Poco::Net::Context object.
- added Poco::XML::XMLWriter::depth() member function.
- added Poco::XML::XMLWriter::uniquePrefix() and Poco::XML::XMLWriter::isNamespaceMapped().
- Poco::FileChannel now supports a new rotateOnOpen property (true/false) which can be used
  to force rotation of the log file when it's opened.
- fixed a bug in Poco::XML::XMLWriter::emptyElement(): need to pop namespace context
- OS X builds now use Clang as default compiler
- Updated SQLite to 3.7.14.1
- POCO_SERVER_MAIN macro now has a try ... catch block for Poco::Exception and writes
  the displayText to stderr.
- Poco/Platform.h now defines POCO_LOCAL_STATIC_INIT_IS_THREADSAFE macro if the compiler
  generates thread-safe static local initialization code.


Release 1.4.4 (2012-09-03)
==========================

- ZipStream now builds correctly in unbundled build.
- added proxy digest authentication support to Net library
- integrated MySQL BLOB fixes from Franky Braem.
- use standard OpenSSL import libraries (libeay32.lib, ssleay32.lib) for Crypto and
  NetSSL_OpenSSL Visual Studio project files.
- fixed a potential buffer corruption issue in Poco::Net::SecureStreamSocket if lazy
  handshake is enabled and the first attempt to complete the handshake fails
- Poco::DateTimeParser::tryParse() without format specifier now correctly parses ISO8601
  date/times with fractional seconds.
- Poco::Process::launch() now has additional overloads allowing to specify an initial
  directory and/or environment.
- Poco::Net::FTPClientSession: timeout was not applied to data connection, only to
  control connection.
- Fixed potential IPv6 issue with socket constructors if IPv6 SocketAddress is given
  (contributed by ??????? ????????? <milovidov@yandex-team.ru>).
- Added an additional (optional) parameter to Poco::Thread::setOSPriority() allowing to
  specify a scheduling policy. Currently this is only used on POSIX platforms and allows
  specifying SCHED_OTHER (default), SCHED_FIFO or SCHED_RR, as well as other
  platform-specific policy values.
- Added Poco::Crypto::DigestEngine class providing a Poco::DigestEngine interface to
  the digest algorithms provided by OpenSSL.
- Fixed some potential compiler warnings in Crypto library
- In some cases, when an SSL exception was unexpectedly closed, a generic Poco::IOException
  was thrown. This was fixed to throw a SSLConnectionUnexpectedlyClosedException instead.
- Added Poco::ObjectPool class template.
- Poco::Net::HTTPServer has a new stopAll() method allowing stopping/aborting of all
  currently active client connections.
- The HTTP server framework now actively prevents sending a message body in the
  response to a HEAD request, or in case of a 204 No Content or 304 Not Modified
  response status.
- fixed a DOM parser performance bug (patch by Peter Klotz)
- fixed SF# 3559325: Util Windows broken in non-Unicode
- updated iOS build configuration to use xcode-select for finding toolchain
- Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::shutdown() now also shuts down the underlying socket.
- fixed SF# 3552597: Crypto  des-ecb error
- fixed SF# 3550553: SecureSocketImpl::connect hangs
- fixed SF# 3543047: Poco::Timer bug for long startInterval/periodic interval
- fixed SF# 3539695: Thread attributes should be destroyed using the pthread_attr_destroy()
- fixed SF# 3532311: Not able to set socket option on ServerSocket before bind
  Added Poco::Net::Socket::init(int af) which can be used to explicitely
  initialize the underlying socket before calling bind(), connect(), etc.
- fixed SF# 3521347: Typo in UnWindows.h undef
- fixed SF# 3519474: WinRegistryConfiguration bug
  Also added tests and fixed another potential issue with an empty root path passed to the constructor.
- fixed SF# 3516827: wrong return value of WinRegistryKey::exists()
- fixed SF# 3515284: RSA publickey format(X.509 SubjectPublicKeyInfo)
- fixed SF# 3503267: VxWorks OS prio is not set in standard constructor
- fixed SF# 3500438: HTTPResponse failure when reason is empty
- fixed SF# 3495656: numberformater, numberparser error in mingw
- fixed SF# 3496493: Reference counting broken in TaskManager postNotification
- fixed SF# 3483174: LogFile flushing behavior on Windows
  Flushing is now configurable for FileChannel and SimpleFileChannel
  using the "flush" property (true or false).
- fixed SF# 3479561: Subsequent IPs on a NIC is not enumerated
- fixed SF# 3478665: Permission checks in Poco::File not correct for root
- fixed SF# 3475050: Threading bug in initializeNetwork() on Windows
- fixed SF# 3552680: websocket small frames bug and proposed fix
- fixed a WebSocket interop issue with Firefox
- added Poco::Net::MessageHeader::hasToken()
- Poco::AtomicCounter now uses GCC 4.3 builtin atomics on more platforms
- fixed SF# 3555938: NetSSL: socket closed twice
- socket exceptions now include OS error code
- fixed SF# 3556975: Need to fix Shared Memory for memory map
- Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::close() now catches exceptions thrown by its call to shutdown().
- fixed SF# 3535990: POCO_HAVE_IPv6 without POCO_WIN32_UTF8 conflict
- fixed SF# 3559665: Poco::InflatingInputStream may not always inflate completely
- added Poco::DirectoryWatcher class
- fixed SF# 3561464: Poco::File::isDevice() can throw due to sharing violation
- Poco::Zip::Compress::addRecursive() has a second variant that allows to specify the compression method.
- Upgraded internal SQLite to 3.7.14


Release 1.4.3p1 (2012-01-23)
============================

- fixed SF# 3476926: RegDeleteKeyEx not available on Windows XP 32-bit


Release 1.4.3 (2012-01-16)
==========================

- fixed a compilation error with Data/MySQL on QNX.
- fixed Util project files for WinCE (removed sources not compileable on CE)
- removed MD2 license text from Ackowledgements document
- fixed iPhone build config for Xcode 4.2 (compiler name changed to llvm-g++)
- Poco::Util::XMLConfiguration: delimiter char (default '.') is now configurable.
  This allows for working with XML documents having element names with '.' in them.
- Poco::Util::OptionProcessor: Required option arguments can now be specified as
  separate command line arguments, as in "--option value" in addition to the
  "--option=value" format.
- Poco::Util::HelpFormatter: improved option help formatting if  indentation has
  been set explicitely.
- added Mail sample to NetSSL_OpenSSL, showing use of Poco::Net::SecureSMTPClientSession.
- added additional read() overloads to Poco::Net::HTMLForm.
- fixed SF# 3440769: Poco::Net::HTTPResponse doesn't like Amazon EC2 cookies.
- added support for requiring TLSv1 to Poco::Net::Context.
- added an additional constructor to Poco::Net::HTTPBasicCredentials, allowing
  the object to be created from a string containing a base64-encoded, colon-separated
  username and password.
- Poco::Zip::ZipStreamBuf: fixed a crash if CM_STORE was used.
- Added setContentLength64() and getContentLength64() to Poco::Net::HTTPMessage.
- added Poco::Environment::osDisplayName().
- fixed SF# 3463096: WinService leaves dangling handles (open() now does not reopen the
  service handle if it's already open)
- fixed SF# 3426537: WinRegistryConfiguration can't read virtualized keys
- added Poco::Buffer::resize()
- fixed SF# 3441822: thread safety issue in HTTPClientSession:
  always use getaddrinfo() instead of gethostbyname() on all platforms supporting it
- added version resource to POCO DLLs
- fixed SF# 3440599: Dir Path in Quotes in PATH cause PathTest::testFind to fail.
- fixed SF# 3406030: Glob::collect problem
- added Poco::Util::AbstractConfiguration::enableEvents()
- Poco::AtomicCounter now uses GCC builtins with GCC 4.1 or newer
  (contributed by Alexey Milovidov)
- made Poco::Logger::formatDump() public as it may be useful for others as well
  (SF# 3453446)
- Poco::Net::DialogSocket now has a proper copy constructor (SF# 3414602)
- Poco::Net::MessageHeader and Poco::Net::HTMLForm now limit the maximum number of
  fields parsed from a message to prevent certain kinds of denial-of-service
  attacks. The field limit can be changed with the new method setFieldLimit().
  The default limit is 100.
- Poco::NumberFormatter, Poco::NumberParser and Poco::format() now always use the
  classic ("C") locale to format and parse floating-point numbers.
- added Poco::StreamCopier::copyStream64(), Poco::StreamCopier::copyStreamUnbuffered64()
  and Poco::StreamCopier::copyToString64(). These functions use a 64-bit integer
  to count the number of bytes copied.
- upgraded internal zlib to 1.2.5
- upgraded internal sqlite to 3.7.9
- XML: integrated bugfix for Expat bug# 2958794 (memory leak in poolGrow)
- Added support for HTTP Digest authentication (based on a contribution by
  Anton V. Yabchinskiy (arn at bestmx dot ru)). For information on how
  to use this, see the Poco::Net::HTTPCredentials, Poco::Net::HTTPDigestCredentials
  and Poco::Net::HTTPAuthenticationParams classes.
- Poco::Net::HTTPStreamFactory and Poco::Net::HTTPSStreamFactory now support Basic
  and Digest authentication. Username and password must be provided in the URI.
- added Poco::Net::WebSocket, supporting the WebSocket protocol as described in RFC 6455
- NetSSL_OpenSSL: added client-side support for Server Name Indication.
  Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::connectSSL() now calls SSL_set_tlsext_host_name()
  if its available (OpenSSL 9.8.6f and later).
- added Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect() (factored out from
  Poco::Net::HTTPSClientSession::connect())
- added Poco::Process::kill(const Poco::ProcessHandle&) which is preferable to
  kill(pid) on Windows, as process IDs on Windows may be reused.
- fixed SF# 3471463: Compiler warnings with -Wformat
- Poco::Util::Application::run() now catches and logs exceptions thrown in initialize()
- Fixed a WinCE-specific bug in Poco::Util::ServerApplication where uninitialize() would
  be called twice.
- fixed SF# 3471957: WinRegistryKey::deleteKey() unable to delete alt views
- Added additional constructor to Poco::ScopedLock and Poco::ScopedLockWithUnlock
  accepting a timeout as second argument.
- Added Poco::Logger::parseLevel()
- Poco::format(): an argument that does not match the format
  specifier no longer results in a BadCastException. The string [ERRFMT] is
  written to the result string instead.
- PageCompiler: added createSession page attribute.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2016
wiz Updated py35-setproctitle to 1.1.10.
Version 1.1.10
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- Fixed building with certain ``prctl.h`` implementations (issue #44).
- Use ``setuptools`` if available (issue #48).
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