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man doesn't work in base-1.8.1. #7

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@ilc

It reports:

Reformatting page. Please Wait...nroff: Cannot find library -mandoc

@rmustacc
Owner

man by default is an alias in one of the bash rc scripts. You can work around this by getting rid of it.

@mamash
Owner
@rmustacc
Owner

@mamash In this case though it seems to be being told to look for mandoc macros. Does groff actually supply those?

@jperkin jperkin referenced this issue from a commit
pettai 1.1.4
  - Fix X-HKP-Results-Count so that limit=0 returns no results, but include
    the header, to let a client poll for how many results exist, without
    retrieving any. See:
    http://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/sks-devel/2010-11/msg00015.html
  - Add UPGRADING document to explain upgrading Berkeley DB without
    rebuilding. System bdb versions often change with new SKS releases
    for .deb and .rpm distros.
  - Cleanup build errors for bdb/bdb_stubs.c. Patch from Mike Doty
  - Update cryptokit from version 1.0 to 1.5 without requiring OASIS
    build system or other additional dependencies
  - build, fastbuild, & pbuild fixed to ignore signals USR1 and USR2
  - common.ml and reconSC.ml were using different values for minumimum
    compatible version. This has been fixed.
  - Added new server mime-types, and trying another default document (Issue 6)
    In addition to the new MIME types added in 1.1.[23], the server now
    looks over a list and and serves the first index file that it finds
    Current list: index.html, index.htm, index.xhtml, index.xhtm, index.xml.
  - options=mr now works on get as well as (v)index operations. This is
    described in http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-shaw-openpgp-hkp-00
    sections 3.2.1.1. and 5.1.
  - Updated copyright notices in source files
  - Added sksclient tool, similar to old pksclient
  - Add no-cache instructions to HTTP response (in order for reverse proxies
    not to cache the output from SKS)
  - Use unique timestamps for keydb to reduce occurrances of Ptree corruption.
  - Added Interface specifications (.mli files) for modules that were missing
    them
  - Yaron pruned some no longer needed source files from the tree.
  - Improved the HTTP status and HTTP error codes returned for various
    situations and added checks for more error conditions.
  - Add a suffix to version (+) indicating non-release or development builds
  - Add an option to specify the contact details of the server administrator
    that shows in the status page of the server. The information is in the
    form of an OpenPGP KeyID and set by server_contact: in sksconf
  - Add a `sks version` command to provide information on the setup.
  - Added configuration settings for the remaining database table files. If
    no pagesize settings are in sksconf, SKS will use 2048 bytes for key
    and 512 for ptree. The remainining files' pagesize will be set by BDB
    based on the filesystem settings, typically this is 4096 bytes.
    See sampleConfig/sksconf.typical for settings recommended by db_tuner.
  - Makefile: Added distclean target. Dropped autogenerated file from VCS.
  - Allow tuning BDB environment before creation in [fast]build and pbuild.
    If DB_CONFIG exists in basedir, copy it to DB dir before DB creation.
    Preference is given to DB_CONFIG.KDB and DB_CONFIG.PTree over DB_CONFIG.
  - Add support for Elliptic Curve Public keys (ECDSA, ECDH)
  - Add check if an upload is a revocation certificate, and if it is,
    produce an error message tailored for this.

1.1.3
  - Makefile fix for 'make dep' if .depend does not exist. Issue #4
  - Makefile fix: sks and sks_add_mail fail to link w/o '-ccopt -pg'
    Issue #23
  - Added -disable_mailsync and -disable_log_diffs to sks.pod
  - Added file extensions .css, .jpeg, .htm, .es, .js, .xml, .shtml, .xhtm,
    .xhtml and associated MIME types to server code. Part of Issue #6
  - Added sample configuration files in sampleConfig directory
  - Added sample web page files in sampleWeb directory. Issues #7, 9, 19
  - Allow requests for non-official options hget, hash, status, & clean to
    be preceded by '-x'. Closes issues #10, 11, 13, & 14.
  - Allow &search with long subkey ID (16 digit) and subkey fingerprint
    subkey lookup was failing with other than a short key ID. However,
    public key lookup was working with short and long key ID and fingerprints.
    This patch makes subkey lookup behave the same as full key lookup.
    http://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-users/2012-January/043495.html
  - Patch recon script so that POST includes HTTP version number.
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obache Update py-xlrd to 0.8.0.
0.8.0:
This release finally lands the support for both .xls and .xlsx files.
Many thanks to John Machin for all his work on making this happen.
Opening of .xlsx files is seamless, just use xlrd as you did before and
it all should "just work".

xlrd 0.8.0 is also the first release that that targets Python 2.6 and
2.7, but no Python 3 just yet. Python 2.5 and below may work but are not
supported. If you need to use Python 2.5 or earlier, please stick to
xlrd 0.7.x.

0.7.9:
This release fixes an annoying merge bug on my part that resulted in a
"NameError: global name 'BYTES_X00' is not defined" error where opening
certain Excel files.

0.7.8:
This release features the following changes:

- Compatibility with Python 2.1 and 2.2 is restored.
- Fix for github issue #7: assertion error when reading file with
  xlwt-written bitmap. The assertion is now ignored and a warning logged
  if verbosity > 0.
- superfluous zero bytes at end of xls OBJECT records are now ignored.
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@mamash
Owner

Cannot reproduce. To sum up, the platform (SmartOS) 'man' cannot parse the pkgsrc (BSD) man pages. It needs groff from pkgsrc - which is why the 'base' images come with groff preinstalled, and 'man' is aliased to add the needed args.

I don't have base 1.8.1 at hand right now, but this works out of the box on base 1.9.x and 13.1.x. The alias is also present in the /etc/skel files, so make sure to 'useradd -m' to create the default profile files if you add a new user.

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taca Update ruby-pg to 0.16.0.
== v0.16.0 [2013-07-22] Michael Granger <ged@FaerieMUD.org>

Bugfixes:

- Avoid warnings about uninitialized instance variables.
- Use a more standard method of adding library and include directories.
  This fixes build on AIX (Github #7) and Solaris (#164).
- Cancel the running query, if a thread is about to be killed (e.g. by CTRL-C).
- Fix GVL issue with wait_for_notify/notifies and notice callbacks.
- Set proper encoding on the string returned by quote_ident, escape_literal
  and escape_identifier (#163).
- Use nil as PG::Error#result in case of a NULL-result from libpq (#166).
- Recalculate the timeout of conn#wait_for_notify and conn#block in case
  of socket events that require re-runs of select().

Documentation fixes:

- Fix non working example for PGresult#error_field.

Enhancements:

- Add unique exception classes for each PostgreSQL error type (#5).
- Return result of the block in conn#transaction instead of nil (#158).
- Allow 'rake compile' and 'rake gem' on non mercurial repos.
- Add support for PG_DIAG_*_NAME error fields of PostgreSQL-9.3 (#161).
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taca Update www/ruby-net-http-persistent package to 2.3.2.
=== 2.3.2

* Bug fix
  * Finish connections that were closed by Net::HTTP so they can be restarted.

=== 2.3.1 / 2011-10-26

* Bug fix
  * If a request object already contains a Connection header it will no longer
    be overridden.  This allows keep-alive connections to be disabled on a
    per-request basis.

=== 2.3 / 2011-10-25

* Minor Enhancement
  * The time since last use for a connection is now recorded in error
    messages for the connection.

=== 2.2 / 2011-10-24

* Minor Enhancements
  * Added timeouts for idle connections which are set through #idle_timeout.
    The default timeout is 5 seconds.  Reducing the idle timeout is preferred
    over setting #retry_change_requests to true if you wish to avoid the "too
    many connection resets" error when POSTing data.
  * Documented tunables and settings in one place in Net::HTTP::Persistent

=== 2.1 / 2011-09-19

* Minor Enhancement
  * For HTTPS connections, SSL sessions are now reused avoiding the extra
    round trips and computations of extra SSL handshakes.  If you have
    problems with SSL session reuse it can be disabled by
    Net::HTTP::Persistent#reuse_ssl_sessions

* Bug Fixes
  * The default certificate store is now used even if #verify_mode was not
    set.  Issue #7, Pull Request #8 by Matthew M. Boedicker
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obache Update ruby-rack-protection to 1.2.0.
Changes:
* Show warnings for JsonCsrtf attacks.
* do not enable parameter escaping by default, fixes #8.
* Use more specific namespace declaration in Rack::Builder configuration.
* NotimpelentedError typo fix
* add test that makes sure passingin on :track option works. related to #6.
* deal with PATH_INFO being nil, fixes #7.
* do not track HTTP_VERSION, fixes #6.
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obache Update ruby-pkg-config to 1.1.3.
== 1.1.3 - 2012/01/29

  * [GitHub #8] fix test broken by libpng version.
    (Patch by Bohuslav Kabrda.)
  * Used RbConfig instead of Config.


== 1.1.2 - 2011/07/04

  * [GitHub #2] fix test broken.
    (Reported by Mamoru Tasaka.)
  * [GitHub #4] update project descripton.
    (Patch by Antonio Terceiro.)
  * [GitHub #4] use setup.rb instead of extconf.rb.
    (Patch by Antonio Terceiro.)
  * [GitHub #3] add Copyright notice to README.
    (Suggested by Antonio Terceiro.)
  * [GitHub #7] supported non i386 and amd64 architectures.
    (Reported by Antonio Terceiro.)
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obache Update ruby-ole to 1.2.11.3.
== 1.2.11.3 / 2012-02-25

- Various fixes for ruby 1.9.3 - handle iconv deprecation and
  fix FileTime.from_time (github #7, brawnski).
- Avoid constant redefinition warning in gemspec.
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obache Update gmtk to 1.0.6.
(while here, fixes message catalogue installation with gmake)

1.0.6
	Assign NULL to freed strings
	Updated Japanese translation
	Remove debug message
	Kill GTK widget oversize warning
    Apply recommendation from Issue #6
    Apply patch from Issue #7, codecs not reset to NULL
	Only do the restart on decoding error if the position is 0 (window size issue)
	Allow one decoding error restart
	Fix error when shifting protocol from mms to mmsh
	Updated Turkish translation
1.0.6b1
    Track gtk2 and gtk3 in gmtk.pc file
    Enhance subtitle visibility tracking
    Handle the keyboard masks more correctly
    Only allocate a size for the child window if the parent widget is realized
    Fix volume tracking on default device, even when the device changes
    Switch "PulseAudio" from a softvol to a real PulseAudio control (still can be forced to softvol if needed)
        This allows for better volume control that is synced with the system volume and the default output device
        This should be the default setting on machines with PulseAudio
    Add -zoom to mplayer when vo is x11
    Updated German translation
    Change po file install location
    Do PKG_CHECK for GTK3 when --enable-gtk=yes is specified
    Use the localedir variable in the Makefile may fix Wolfgang's issue
    Add gmlib to the list of referenced libaries Issue #3
    Add pulse cflags and libs to libgmtk Issue #2
    Detect if libm should be used and use if needed Issue #1
    Add files to SVN as recommended by autoreconf -fiv
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obache Update py-pip to 1.1.
Based on PR 46531 by Wen Heping.
* convert to use python/egg.mk.

1.1 (2012-02-16)
----------------

* Fixed issue #326 - don't crash when a package's setup.py emits UTF-8 and
  then fails. Thanks Marc Abramowitz.

* Added ``--target`` option for installing directly to arbitrary directory.
  Thanks Stavros Korokithakis.

* Added support for authentication with Subversion repositories. Thanks
  Qiangning Hong.

* Fixed issue #315 - ``--download`` now downloads dependencies as well.
  Thanks Qiangning Hong.

* Errors from subprocesses will display the current working directory.
  Thanks Antti Kaihola.

* Fixed issue #369 - compatibility with Subversion 1.7. Thanks Qiangning
  Hong. Note that setuptools remains incompatible with Subversion 1.7; to
  get the benefits of pip's support you must use Distribute rather than
  setuptools.

* Fixed issue #57 - ignore py2app-generated OS X mpkg zip files in finder.
  Thanks Rene Dudfield.

* Fixed issue #182 - log to ~/Library/Logs/ by default on OS X framework
  installs. Thanks Dan Callahan for report and patch.

* Fixed issue #310 - understand version tags without minor version ("py3")
  in sdist filenames. Thanks Stuart Andrews for report and Olivier Girardot for
  patch.

* Fixed issue #7 - Pip now supports optionally installing setuptools
  "extras" dependencies; e.g. "pip install Paste[openid]". Thanks Matt Maker
  and Olivier Girardot.

* Fixed issue #391 - freeze no longer borks on requirements files with
  --index-url or --find-links. Thanks Herbert Pfennig.

* Fixed issue #288 - handle symlinks properly. Thanks lebedov for the patch.

* Fixed issue #49 - pip install -U no longer reinstalls the same versions of
  packages. Thanks iguananaut for the pull request.

* Removed ``-E`` option and ``PIP_RESPECT_VIRTUALENV``; both use a
  restart-in-venv mechanism that's broken, and neither one is useful since
  every virtualenv now has pip inside it.

* Fixed issue #366 - pip throws IndexError when it calls `scraped_rel_links`

* Fixed issue #22 - pip search should set and return a userful shell status code

* Fixed issue #351 and #365 - added global ``--exists-action`` command line
  option to easier script file exists conflicts, e.g. from editable
  requirements from VCS that have a changed repo URL.
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obache Update ibus-chewing to 1.4.2.
* Thu Aug 30 2012 Ding-Yi Chen <dchen at redhat.com> - 1.4.2
- Fixed GitHub issue #7: highlighted text be cut after switch back to pure ibus
  by merging pull request #24 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #20: Shift key will send duplicated strings
  by merging pull request #22 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #21: somethings wrong with cmake
- Fixed GitHub issue #25: Weird symbol when input with somethings highlighted
  by merging pull request #26 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #27: Local path committed into tree
- Fixed: Bug 713033 -  [zh_TW] ibus-chewing problem
- Fixed: Bug 745371 -  ibus-chewing: mode confusion In Temporary English mode and Chinese mode later on
- Fixed: Google Issue 1172: [ibus-chewing] move elf file to standard directory.
- Fixed: Google Issue 1426: ibus-chewing-1.3.10 installs directory /gconf to root filesystem
- Fixed: Google Issue 1428: ibus-chewing-1.3.10 fails to save it's settings
- Fixed: Google Issue 1481: Some characters are missing when a long string in preedit buffer.
- Fixed: Google Issue 1490: Cannot change INSTAL prefix for ibus-chewing-1.4.0
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pettai 1.1.4
  - Fix X-HKP-Results-Count so that limit=0 returns no results, but include
    the header, to let a client poll for how many results exist, without
    retrieving any. See:
    http://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/sks-devel/2010-11/msg00015.html
  - Add UPGRADING document to explain upgrading Berkeley DB without
    rebuilding. System bdb versions often change with new SKS releases
    for .deb and .rpm distros.
  - Cleanup build errors for bdb/bdb_stubs.c. Patch from Mike Doty
  - Update cryptokit from version 1.0 to 1.5 without requiring OASIS
    build system or other additional dependencies
  - build, fastbuild, & pbuild fixed to ignore signals USR1 and USR2
  - common.ml and reconSC.ml were using different values for minumimum
    compatible version. This has been fixed.
  - Added new server mime-types, and trying another default document (Issue 6)
    In addition to the new MIME types added in 1.1.[23], the server now
    looks over a list and and serves the first index file that it finds
    Current list: index.html, index.htm, index.xhtml, index.xhtm, index.xml.
  - options=mr now works on get as well as (v)index operations. This is
    described in http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-shaw-openpgp-hkp-00
    sections 3.2.1.1. and 5.1.
  - Updated copyright notices in source files
  - Added sksclient tool, similar to old pksclient
  - Add no-cache instructions to HTTP response (in order for reverse proxies
    not to cache the output from SKS)
  - Use unique timestamps for keydb to reduce occurrances of Ptree corruption.
  - Added Interface specifications (.mli files) for modules that were missing
    them
  - Yaron pruned some no longer needed source files from the tree.
  - Improved the HTTP status and HTTP error codes returned for various
    situations and added checks for more error conditions.
  - Add a suffix to version (+) indicating non-release or development builds
  - Add an option to specify the contact details of the server administrator
    that shows in the status page of the server. The information is in the
    form of an OpenPGP KeyID and set by server_contact: in sksconf
  - Add a `sks version` command to provide information on the setup.
  - Added configuration settings for the remaining database table files. If
    no pagesize settings are in sksconf, SKS will use 2048 bytes for key
    and 512 for ptree. The remainining files' pagesize will be set by BDB
    based on the filesystem settings, typically this is 4096 bytes.
    See sampleConfig/sksconf.typical for settings recommended by db_tuner.
  - Makefile: Added distclean target. Dropped autogenerated file from VCS.
  - Allow tuning BDB environment before creation in [fast]build and pbuild.
    If DB_CONFIG exists in basedir, copy it to DB dir before DB creation.
    Preference is given to DB_CONFIG.KDB and DB_CONFIG.PTree over DB_CONFIG.
  - Add support for Elliptic Curve Public keys (ECDSA, ECDH)
  - Add check if an upload is a revocation certificate, and if it is,
    produce an error message tailored for this.

1.1.3
  - Makefile fix for 'make dep' if .depend does not exist. Issue #4
  - Makefile fix: sks and sks_add_mail fail to link w/o '-ccopt -pg'
    Issue #23
  - Added -disable_mailsync and -disable_log_diffs to sks.pod
  - Added file extensions .css, .jpeg, .htm, .es, .js, .xml, .shtml, .xhtm,
    .xhtml and associated MIME types to server code. Part of Issue #6
  - Added sample configuration files in sampleConfig directory
  - Added sample web page files in sampleWeb directory. Issues #7, 9, 19
  - Allow requests for non-official options hget, hash, status, & clean to
    be preceded by '-x'. Closes issues #10, 11, 13, & 14.
  - Allow &search with long subkey ID (16 digit) and subkey fingerprint
    subkey lookup was failing with other than a short key ID. However,
    public key lookup was working with short and long key ID and fingerprints.
    This patch makes subkey lookup behave the same as full key lookup.
    http://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-users/2012-January/043495.html
  - Patch recon script so that POST includes HTTP version number.
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obache Update py-xlrd to 0.8.0.
0.8.0:
This release finally lands the support for both .xls and .xlsx files.
Many thanks to John Machin for all his work on making this happen.
Opening of .xlsx files is seamless, just use xlrd as you did before and
it all should "just work".

xlrd 0.8.0 is also the first release that that targets Python 2.6 and
2.7, but no Python 3 just yet. Python 2.5 and below may work but are not
supported. If you need to use Python 2.5 or earlier, please stick to
xlrd 0.7.x.

0.7.9:
This release fixes an annoying merge bug on my part that resulted in a
"NameError: global name 'BYTES_X00' is not defined" error where opening
certain Excel files.

0.7.8:
This release features the following changes:

- Compatibility with Python 2.1 and 2.2 is restored.
- Fix for github issue #7: assertion error when reading file with
  xlwt-written bitmap. The assertion is now ignored and a warning logged
  if verbosity > 0.
- superfluous zero bytes at end of xls OBJECT records are now ignored.
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taca Update ruby-innate to 2013.02.21.
[866c9cd | 2013-02-21 12:21:46 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * Version 2013.02.21

[aa22191 | 2013-02-21 12:21:16 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * update dependencies

[1a2ee39 | 2013-02-07 00:10:01 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * Version 2013.02

[64ca67a | 2013-01-29 23:34:26 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * don't do CI for REE, it's not supported anymore, add rbx and jruby 1.9

[079975c | 2013-01-29 21:57:39 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Preserve values when calling render_full.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[a90d3f9 | 2013-01-29 21:53:16 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Fix for generting URLs using anchor().

    Instead of always appending "?" to the URL the anchor() method should only do
    so when there actually is a query string.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[d2aeb7f | 2013-01-29 21:17:08 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Caching of provides and method arities.

    Caching of a controller's provide handlers as well as the method arities can
    lead to a nice performance boost of around 300 transactions/second using the
    following benchmark:

        require 'innate'

        Innate.middleware :live do
          run Innate.core
        end

        Innate::Log.level   = Logger::ERROR
        Innate.options.mode = :live
        ENV['RACK_ENV']     = 'none'

        class MainController
          Innate.node('/', self)

          def index
            return 'index'
          end
        end

        [:fast_mappings, :cache_provides, :cache_method_arities].each do |key|
          MainController.ancestral_trait[key] = true
        end

        Innate.start(:adapter => :thin)

    Benchmarking this was done by running `siege -c 10 -t 5s -b HOST` and would
    initially result in around 1700 trans/sec. When using this commit this sits
    between 2000/2100 trans/sec.

    To prevent any potential issues the caching of provides and method aritites is
    disabled by default.

    See Github issue #7 for more information.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[06dd4c5 | 2013-01-29 18:25:49 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Revert action caching.

    Instead of caching the entire action instance (which is modified further down
    the chain) various parts that make up this process will be cached instead
    (where possible).

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[32440b0 | 2013-01-15 18:38:41 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * prevent memory leak from action caching

[040d084 | 2013-01-15 18:37:19 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * clean up LRUHash a bit

[a136a72 | 2013-01-14 20:06:22 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * build middleware only once

[8aea7cb | 2013-01-14 18:31:37 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Only compile middleware for the current mode.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>
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taca Update ruby-pg to 0.16.0.
== v0.16.0 [2013-07-22] Michael Granger <ged@FaerieMUD.org>

Bugfixes:

- Avoid warnings about uninitialized instance variables.
- Use a more standard method of adding library and include directories.
  This fixes build on AIX (Github #7) and Solaris (#164).
- Cancel the running query, if a thread is about to be killed (e.g. by CTRL-C).
- Fix GVL issue with wait_for_notify/notifies and notice callbacks.
- Set proper encoding on the string returned by quote_ident, escape_literal
  and escape_identifier (#163).
- Use nil as PG::Error#result in case of a NULL-result from libpq (#166).
- Recalculate the timeout of conn#wait_for_notify and conn#block in case
  of socket events that require re-runs of select().

Documentation fixes:

- Fix non working example for PGresult#error_field.

Enhancements:

- Add unique exception classes for each PostgreSQL error type (#5).
- Return result of the block in conn#transaction instead of nil (#158).
- Allow 'rake compile' and 'rake gem' on non mercurial repos.
- Add support for PG_DIAG_*_NAME error fields of PostgreSQL-9.3 (#161).
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schmonz Update to 20131010. From the changelog:
Incompatible Changes:
* can no longer use both `\' and `:' (didn't work anyway)

New Features:
* Handling of run-time errors (default: die) is now overridable by
  subclasses via signature_error_handler(). [github #54]
* Can now have aliased named parameters. [github #57]
* remove dependency on Devel::BeginLift [github #39]
* can now use `when' to specify default conditions [github #48]
* can use `//=' as a shortcut for `when undef' [github #45]
* can now provide `where' constraints in addition to (or instead
  of) a type [github #7]
* can now use `...' to disable further argument checking [github #49]
* can now specify more than one alternative in type unions [github #55]
* can now nest parameterized types

Bug Fixes:
* Removed experimental smartmatch warnings
* Don't require Data::Alias for named params unless you have to [github #71]
* Fixed obscure bug where an eval in Method::Signatures wouldn't
  be skipped when carp'ing (i.e. in carp_location_for()) [github #72]
* Data::Alias is only loaded when needed avoiding a threads + eval
  bug in most cases and improving compile time performance.
  [rt.cpan.org 82922, github #62]
* Compile-time errors now reporting proper line numbers. [github #61]
* Trailing commas on parameter lists are now ok. [rt.cpan.org 81364]
* Default condition of `when {}' now interpreted as `when { $_ ~~
  {} }' (avoids parse error). [github #60]

Optimizations:
* better signature parsing using PPI [github #11]

Distribution Fixes:
* Fixed failing test in 5.10.0 (uncovered by CPAN Testers)
* Fixed repo link in metadata (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #87]
* Add M::S::Parameter to MANIFEST [github #76]
* Change representation of Infinity to work on Win32 [github #75]
* Fixed stray detritus in MANIFEST.
* Somehow my last-minute fix to the new error handler test didn't
  make it in; this will fix "Can't locate Moose.pm" errors.
* Fixed test failing on 5.10.0 as per github #59.
* Fixed subtests failing on Test::More's prior to 0.96.

Docs:
* Updated close parend problem to include quotes and a workaround
  [rt.cpan.org 85925]
* Fixed some typos (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #88]
* Found and fixed missing parend
* Minor clarifications here and there.
* Clarified what doesn't work in Perl 5.8.
* Added Function::Parameters to See Also section.
* Updated copyright.
* documented all new features
* new ASCI-art breakdown of signature syntax
* minor tweaks and corrections

Misc:
* Rearranged so signature is now an object [github #30]
* Add hook for Travis CI [github #78]
* Failure to parse parameters will now produce a more useful error.
315b9c2
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taca Update ruby-pg to 0.16.0.
== v0.16.0 [2013-07-22] Michael Granger <ged@FaerieMUD.org>

Bugfixes:

- Avoid warnings about uninitialized instance variables.
- Use a more standard method of adding library and include directories.
  This fixes build on AIX (Github #7) and Solaris (#164).
- Cancel the running query, if a thread is about to be killed (e.g. by CTRL-C).
- Fix GVL issue with wait_for_notify/notifies and notice callbacks.
- Set proper encoding on the string returned by quote_ident, escape_literal
  and escape_identifier (#163).
- Use nil as PG::Error#result in case of a NULL-result from libpq (#166).
- Recalculate the timeout of conn#wait_for_notify and conn#block in case
  of socket events that require re-runs of select().

Documentation fixes:

- Fix non working example for PGresult#error_field.

Enhancements:

- Add unique exception classes for each PostgreSQL error type (#5).
- Return result of the block in conn#transaction instead of nil (#158).
- Allow 'rake compile' and 'rake gem' on non mercurial repos.
- Add support for PG_DIAG_*_NAME error fields of PostgreSQL-9.3 (#161).
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schmonz Update to 20131010. From the changelog:
Incompatible Changes:
* can no longer use both `\' and `:' (didn't work anyway)

New Features:
* Handling of run-time errors (default: die) is now overridable by
  subclasses via signature_error_handler(). [github #54]
* Can now have aliased named parameters. [github #57]
* remove dependency on Devel::BeginLift [github #39]
* can now use `when' to specify default conditions [github #48]
* can use `//=' as a shortcut for `when undef' [github #45]
* can now provide `where' constraints in addition to (or instead
  of) a type [github #7]
* can now use `...' to disable further argument checking [github #49]
* can now specify more than one alternative in type unions [github #55]
* can now nest parameterized types

Bug Fixes:
* Removed experimental smartmatch warnings
* Don't require Data::Alias for named params unless you have to [github #71]
* Fixed obscure bug where an eval in Method::Signatures wouldn't
  be skipped when carp'ing (i.e. in carp_location_for()) [github #72]
* Data::Alias is only loaded when needed avoiding a threads + eval
  bug in most cases and improving compile time performance.
  [rt.cpan.org 82922, github #62]
* Compile-time errors now reporting proper line numbers. [github #61]
* Trailing commas on parameter lists are now ok. [rt.cpan.org 81364]
* Default condition of `when {}' now interpreted as `when { $_ ~~
  {} }' (avoids parse error). [github #60]

Optimizations:
* better signature parsing using PPI [github #11]

Distribution Fixes:
* Fixed failing test in 5.10.0 (uncovered by CPAN Testers)
* Fixed repo link in metadata (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #87]
* Add M::S::Parameter to MANIFEST [github #76]
* Change representation of Infinity to work on Win32 [github #75]
* Fixed stray detritus in MANIFEST.
* Somehow my last-minute fix to the new error handler test didn't
  make it in; this will fix "Can't locate Moose.pm" errors.
* Fixed test failing on 5.10.0 as per github #59.
* Fixed subtests failing on Test::More's prior to 0.96.

Docs:
* Updated close parend problem to include quotes and a workaround
  [rt.cpan.org 85925]
* Fixed some typos (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #88]
* Found and fixed missing parend
* Minor clarifications here and there.
* Clarified what doesn't work in Perl 5.8.
* Added Function::Parameters to See Also section.
* Updated copyright.
* documented all new features
* new ASCI-art breakdown of signature syntax
* minor tweaks and corrections

Misc:
* Rearranged so signature is now an object [github #30]
* Add hook for Travis CI [github #78]
* Failure to parse parameters will now produce a more useful error.
cbac0bb
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obache Update py-xlrd to 0.8.0.
0.8.0:
This release finally lands the support for both .xls and .xlsx files.
Many thanks to John Machin for all his work on making this happen.
Opening of .xlsx files is seamless, just use xlrd as you did before and
it all should "just work".

xlrd 0.8.0 is also the first release that that targets Python 2.6 and
2.7, but no Python 3 just yet. Python 2.5 and below may work but are not
supported. If you need to use Python 2.5 or earlier, please stick to
xlrd 0.7.x.

0.7.9:
This release fixes an annoying merge bug on my part that resulted in a
"NameError: global name 'BYTES_X00' is not defined" error where opening
certain Excel files.

0.7.8:
This release features the following changes:

- Compatibility with Python 2.1 and 2.2 is restored.
- Fix for github issue #7: assertion error when reading file with
  xlwt-written bitmap. The assertion is now ignored and a warning logged
  if verbosity > 0.
- superfluous zero bytes at end of xls OBJECT records are now ignored.
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taca Update ruby-innate to 2013.02.21.
[866c9cd | 2013-02-21 12:21:46 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * Version 2013.02.21

[aa22191 | 2013-02-21 12:21:16 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * update dependencies

[1a2ee39 | 2013-02-07 00:10:01 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * Version 2013.02

[64ca67a | 2013-01-29 23:34:26 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * don't do CI for REE, it's not supported anymore, add rbx and jruby 1.9

[079975c | 2013-01-29 21:57:39 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Preserve values when calling render_full.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[a90d3f9 | 2013-01-29 21:53:16 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Fix for generting URLs using anchor().

    Instead of always appending "?" to the URL the anchor() method should only do
    so when there actually is a query string.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[d2aeb7f | 2013-01-29 21:17:08 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Caching of provides and method arities.

    Caching of a controller's provide handlers as well as the method arities can
    lead to a nice performance boost of around 300 transactions/second using the
    following benchmark:

        require 'innate'

        Innate.middleware :live do
          run Innate.core
        end

        Innate::Log.level   = Logger::ERROR
        Innate.options.mode = :live
        ENV['RACK_ENV']     = 'none'

        class MainController
          Innate.node('/', self)

          def index
            return 'index'
          end
        end

        [:fast_mappings, :cache_provides, :cache_method_arities].each do |key|
          MainController.ancestral_trait[key] = true
        end

        Innate.start(:adapter => :thin)

    Benchmarking this was done by running `siege -c 10 -t 5s -b HOST` and would
    initially result in around 1700 trans/sec. When using this commit this sits
    between 2000/2100 trans/sec.

    To prevent any potential issues the caching of provides and method aritites is
    disabled by default.

    See Github issue #7 for more information.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[06dd4c5 | 2013-01-29 18:25:49 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Revert action caching.

    Instead of caching the entire action instance (which is modified further down
    the chain) various parts that make up this process will be cached instead
    (where possible).

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

[32440b0 | 2013-01-15 18:38:41 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * prevent memory leak from action caching

[040d084 | 2013-01-15 18:37:19 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * clean up LRUHash a bit

[a136a72 | 2013-01-14 20:06:22 UTC] Michael Fellinger <m.fellinger@gmail.com>

  * build middleware only once

[8aea7cb | 2013-01-14 18:31:37 UTC] Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>

  * Only compile middleware for the current mode.

    Signed-off-by: Yorick Peterse <yorickpeterse@gmail.com>
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taca Update ruby-pg to 0.16.0.
== v0.16.0 [2013-07-22] Michael Granger <ged@FaerieMUD.org>

Bugfixes:

- Avoid warnings about uninitialized instance variables.
- Use a more standard method of adding library and include directories.
  This fixes build on AIX (Github #7) and Solaris (#164).
- Cancel the running query, if a thread is about to be killed (e.g. by CTRL-C).
- Fix GVL issue with wait_for_notify/notifies and notice callbacks.
- Set proper encoding on the string returned by quote_ident, escape_literal
  and escape_identifier (#163).
- Use nil as PG::Error#result in case of a NULL-result from libpq (#166).
- Recalculate the timeout of conn#wait_for_notify and conn#block in case
  of socket events that require re-runs of select().

Documentation fixes:

- Fix non working example for PGresult#error_field.

Enhancements:

- Add unique exception classes for each PostgreSQL error type (#5).
- Return result of the block in conn#transaction instead of nil (#158).
- Allow 'rake compile' and 'rake gem' on non mercurial repos.
- Add support for PG_DIAG_*_NAME error fields of PostgreSQL-9.3 (#161).
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schmonz Update to 20131010. From the changelog:
Incompatible Changes:
* can no longer use both `\' and `:' (didn't work anyway)

New Features:
* Handling of run-time errors (default: die) is now overridable by
  subclasses via signature_error_handler(). [github #54]
* Can now have aliased named parameters. [github #57]
* remove dependency on Devel::BeginLift [github #39]
* can now use `when' to specify default conditions [github #48]
* can use `//=' as a shortcut for `when undef' [github #45]
* can now provide `where' constraints in addition to (or instead
  of) a type [github #7]
* can now use `...' to disable further argument checking [github #49]
* can now specify more than one alternative in type unions [github #55]
* can now nest parameterized types

Bug Fixes:
* Removed experimental smartmatch warnings
* Don't require Data::Alias for named params unless you have to [github #71]
* Fixed obscure bug where an eval in Method::Signatures wouldn't
  be skipped when carp'ing (i.e. in carp_location_for()) [github #72]
* Data::Alias is only loaded when needed avoiding a threads + eval
  bug in most cases and improving compile time performance.
  [rt.cpan.org 82922, github #62]
* Compile-time errors now reporting proper line numbers. [github #61]
* Trailing commas on parameter lists are now ok. [rt.cpan.org 81364]
* Default condition of `when {}' now interpreted as `when { $_ ~~
  {} }' (avoids parse error). [github #60]

Optimizations:
* better signature parsing using PPI [github #11]

Distribution Fixes:
* Fixed failing test in 5.10.0 (uncovered by CPAN Testers)
* Fixed repo link in metadata (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #87]
* Add M::S::Parameter to MANIFEST [github #76]
* Change representation of Infinity to work on Win32 [github #75]
* Fixed stray detritus in MANIFEST.
* Somehow my last-minute fix to the new error handler test didn't
  make it in; this will fix "Can't locate Moose.pm" errors.
* Fixed test failing on 5.10.0 as per github #59.
* Fixed subtests failing on Test::More's prior to 0.96.

Docs:
* Updated close parend problem to include quotes and a workaround
  [rt.cpan.org 85925]
* Fixed some typos (thanks dsteinbrunner) [github #88]
* Found and fixed missing parend
* Minor clarifications here and there.
* Clarified what doesn't work in Perl 5.8.
* Added Function::Parameters to See Also section.
* Updated copyright.
* documented all new features
* new ASCI-art breakdown of signature syntax
* minor tweaks and corrections

Misc:
* Rearranged so signature is now an object [github #30]
* Add hook for Travis CI [github #78]
* Failure to parse parameters will now produce a more useful error.
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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.
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taca Update ruby-parseconfig to 1.0.4.
Thu Dec 19, 2013 - v1.0.4
- Add fix for config files with Byte Order Marker (BOM)
- Add support for .eql? function.

Tue Jun 12, 2012 - v1.0.2
- Re-enable get_value() as it seems some projects are still using it.
  That said, get_value() *will* be removed in the future at some point.

Tue Jun 12, 2012 - v1.0.0
- Resolved Issue #3, Config files not closed properly.
- Resolved Issue #7, Added basic rspec testing
- Resolved Issue #5, Readded support for array like access
- Removed deprecated function get_value()
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taca Update ruby-parseconfig to 1.0.4.
Thu Dec 19, 2013 - v1.0.4
- Add fix for config files with Byte Order Marker (BOM)
- Add support for .eql? function.

Tue Jun 12, 2012 - v1.0.2
- Re-enable get_value() as it seems some projects are still using it.
  That said, get_value() *will* be removed in the future at some point.

Tue Jun 12, 2012 - v1.0.0
- Resolved Issue #3, Config files not closed properly.
- Resolved Issue #7, Added basic rspec testing
- Resolved Issue #5, Readded support for array like access
- Removed deprecated function get_value()
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wiz Update to 1.1:
Version 1.1 -- November 23, 2013
================================

 - Fixed potential DoS attack in fingerprint decompression code. (#6)
 - Fixed invalid memory read with some fingerprinter configurations. (#5)
 - Fixed compilation with clang on OS X 10.9 (#7, #9)
 - Added support for audio format conversion with libav. (#2, Gordon Pettey)

Version 1.0 -- September 7, 2013
================================

 - Support for the latest FFmpeg API.
 - Support for reading audio from stdin in fpcalc.
 - Changed fpcalc to return non-zero status on failure.
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wiz Update to 0.5.3:
0.5.2 -> 0.5.3
=================
Akira TAGOH (7):
      add a script to prepare a release
      Fix non-literal format string issues (fixed issue#5)
      Fix typo
      Update autotools macro
      Merged in erAck/liblangtag/0.5.x (pull request #7)
      Fix autoconf warning, warning: AC_COMPILE_IFELSE was called before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
      separately canonicalize into the canonical form and the extlang form

Eike Rathke (2):
      Merged tagoh/liblangtag/0.5.x into 0.5.x
      resolves #6, include last record in language-subtag-registry.xml

0.5.1 -> 0.5.2
=================
Akira TAGOH (6):
      Replace AM_CONFIG_HEADER with AC_CONFIG_HEADERS
      Merge commit '8532462c5354b66848e387a7d435ca5dadbf768c' into 0.5.x
      Merged in juikim/liblangtag/0.5.x (pull request #3)
      Use AM_CPPFLAGS instead of INCLUDES
      Merged in erAck/liblangtag/0.5.x-libreoffice (pull request #4)
      Fix duplicate definition of EXTRA_DIST

David Tardon (10):
      fix automake error
      coverity: free the iter, not _pointer_ to it
      coverity: check if error is non-null before using it
      coverity: check return value of malloc
      coverity: returning ptr as const is meaningless
      coverity: free string in case of error
      coverity: close file handle
      coverity: check ptr before it is used
      coverity: check ptr before it is used
      coverity: check ptr before it is used

Eike Rathke (11):
      check return value of C99 vsnprintf()
      check for MSVC defined ssize_t
      MSVC-32 has _snprintf() instead of snprintf()
      MSVC has _strtoui64() instead of strtoull()
      variable declarations need to be at beginning of scope
      undefined HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
      automatically appending dir separator does not work on Windows
      check for HAVE_UNISTD_H
      do not specify a document encoding to avoid garbage conversion
      MSVC does not like const typedef'ed function pointers
      Revert "do not specify a document encoding to avoid garbage conversion"

Jung-uk Kim (2):
      Use awk(1) instead of sed(1) to fix build on *BSD.
      Fix duplicate typedef introduced in 57c47aa.
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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.
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wiz Update to 6.06, add missing dependency on p5-libwww:
2014-04-18 LWP-Protocol-https 6.06

Mike Schilli (3):
      Merge pull request #12 from drieux/subjectAltName
      Merge pull request #9 from chorny/master
      Updated libwww requirement to 6.06 to fix failing t/proxy.t test cases.

Gisle Aas (2):
      Getopt::Long isn't actually used
      Merge pull request #7 from noxxi/master

Alexandr Ciornii (1):
      better diagnostics in case of failures in apache.t

Karen Etheridge (1):
      Merge pull request #8 from cpansprout/patch-1

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy, this goes together with change to
      libwww-perl cb80c2ddb7, new method _upgrade_sock in LWP::Protocol::https

cpansprout (1):
      Typo fix: envirionment =~ s/io/o/

drieux (1):
      support for subjectAltName
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wiz Update to 1.1:
Version 1.1 -- November 23, 2013
================================

 - Fixed potential DoS attack in fingerprint decompression code. (#6)
 - Fixed invalid memory read with some fingerprinter configurations. (#5)
 - Fixed compilation with clang on OS X 10.9 (#7, #9)
 - Added support for audio format conversion with libav. (#2, Gordon Pettey)

Version 1.0 -- September 7, 2013
================================

 - Support for the latest FFmpeg API.
 - Support for reading audio from stdin in fpcalc.
 - Changed fpcalc to return non-zero status on failure.
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wiz Update to 0.5.3:
0.5.2 -> 0.5.3
=================
Akira TAGOH (7):
      add a script to prepare a release
      Fix non-literal format string issues (fixed issue#5)
      Fix typo
      Update autotools macro
      Merged in erAck/liblangtag/0.5.x (pull request #7)
      Fix autoconf warning, warning: AC_COMPILE_IFELSE was called before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
      separately canonicalize into the canonical form and the extlang form

Eike Rathke (2):
      Merged tagoh/liblangtag/0.5.x into 0.5.x
      resolves #6, include last record in language-subtag-registry.xml

0.5.1 -> 0.5.2
=================
Akira TAGOH (6):
      Replace AM_CONFIG_HEADER with AC_CONFIG_HEADERS
      Merge commit '8532462c5354b66848e387a7d435ca5dadbf768c' into 0.5.x
      Merged in juikim/liblangtag/0.5.x (pull request #3)
      Use AM_CPPFLAGS instead of INCLUDES
      Merged in erAck/liblangtag/0.5.x-libreoffice (pull request #4)
      Fix duplicate definition of EXTRA_DIST

David Tardon (10):
      fix automake error
      coverity: free the iter, not _pointer_ to it
      coverity: check if error is non-null before using it
      coverity: check return value of malloc
      coverity: returning ptr as const is meaningless
      coverity: free string in case of error
      coverity: close file handle
      coverity: check ptr before it is used
      coverity: check ptr before it is used
      coverity: check ptr before it is used

Eike Rathke (11):
      check return value of C99 vsnprintf()
      check for MSVC defined ssize_t
      MSVC-32 has _snprintf() instead of snprintf()
      MSVC has _strtoui64() instead of strtoull()
      variable declarations need to be at beginning of scope
      undefined HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
      automatically appending dir separator does not work on Windows
      check for HAVE_UNISTD_H
      do not specify a document encoding to avoid garbage conversion
      MSVC does not like const typedef'ed function pointers
      Revert "do not specify a document encoding to avoid garbage conversion"

Jung-uk Kim (2):
      Use awk(1) instead of sed(1) to fix build on *BSD.
      Fix duplicate typedef introduced in 57c47aa.
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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.
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wiz Update to 6.06, add missing dependency on p5-libwww:
2014-04-18 LWP-Protocol-https 6.06

Mike Schilli (3):
      Merge pull request #12 from drieux/subjectAltName
      Merge pull request #9 from chorny/master
      Updated libwww requirement to 6.06 to fix failing t/proxy.t test cases.

Gisle Aas (2):
      Getopt::Long isn't actually used
      Merge pull request #7 from noxxi/master

Alexandr Ciornii (1):
      better diagnostics in case of failures in apache.t

Karen Etheridge (1):
      Merge pull request #8 from cpansprout/patch-1

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy, this goes together with change to
      libwww-perl cb80c2ddb7, new method _upgrade_sock in LWP::Protocol::https

cpansprout (1):
      Typo fix: envirionment =~ s/io/o/

drieux (1):
      support for subjectAltName
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schmonz Update to 0.78. From the changelog:
* lib/RPC/XML.pm
A patch to loop detection in smart_encode from Dag-Erling
Smørgrav. Some other minor bits.

* lib/RPC/XML/Procedure.pm
RT #83108: Fixed a spelling error. Some other fixes, too.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
RT #86187: Force key-ordering in struct as_string and
serialize. Was getting some intermittent bug reports of
failures in t/15_serialize.t that amounted to the keys in a
fault struct not being in consistent order.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* t/15_serialize.t
Undo the previous change and fix the test. The previous change
didn't feel right, so this rolls it back and fixes the problem
at the level of the test, instead.

* Makefile.PL
* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Client.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
Replace direct evals for loading optional modules with
Module::Load. Required adding this to Makefile.PL because
Module::Load is not core in 5.8.8. Also did some slight doc
tweaking.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Client.pm
Merge pull request #5 from alexrj/utf8-encode. Use
utf8::encode() instead of utf8::downgrade().

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Client.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
Finish the uft8 encode vs. downgrade change from the previous
commit. Changed in places that were overlooked, and adjusted
the version number in all three modules.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Parser/XMLLibXML.pm
Merge pull request #6 from dctabuyz/master. Added 'no_blanks'
libxml option to skip blank XML::LibXML::Text nodes.

* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
Merge pull request #7 from kvar/master. Initialize $do_compress
in RPC::XML::Server between requests.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Parser/XMLLibXML.pm
* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
Bump version numbers on modules changed in github pulls.

* t/15_serialize.t
Fix a test failure on Windows.

* lib/RPC/XML.pm
RT #70408: Fix spelling error in man page, reported by Debian
group.

* t/90_rt54183_sigpipe.t
Fix to handle cases where server creation fails. Now skips the
tests rather than dying.

* lib/RPC/XML/Client.pm
RT #67486: Add port to Host header in client requests.

* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
RT #65341: Added "use" of forgotten library File::Temp. This
was causing failure when "message_file_thresh" kicked in.

* t/10_data.t
RT #78602: Changed 64-bit test from use64bitint to longsize. On
some systems (such as OS X), use64bitint can be true even when
in 32-bit mode.

* t/21_xml_libxml.t
Fix from Christian Walde, skip passed test on Windows.

* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
* t/40_server.t
Checkpoint refactoring and additional tests. Work is not
complete here, but the Net::Server changes demand immediate
attention

* t/20_xml_parser.t
RT #72780: Check for a possible parser failure. One instance of
XML::Parser failing to parse the extern entities test. Cannot
reproduce, so wrap it in a "skip" block for now.

* lib/RPC/XML/Procedure.pm
* t/30_method.t
RT #71452: Correct handling of dateTime parameters. Existing
code in lib/RPC/XML/Procedure.pm did not properly handle
parameters of the dateTime.iso8601 type. Also, there were no
tests for these.

* MANIFEST
* t/30_method.t (deleted)
* t/30_proceudre.t (added)
Renamed t/30_method.t to t/30_procedure.t.

* lib/RPC/XML/Server.pm
RT #77992: Make RPC::XML::Server work with Net::Server again,
after the API changes of Net::Server 2.x.
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rodent py2app 0.9
----------

- issue #146, #147: The "python" binary in MyApp.app/Contents/MacOS was
  the small stub exetable from framework builds, instead of the actual
  command-line interpreter. The result is that you couldn't use
  ``sys.executable`` to start a new interpreter, which (amongst others)
  breaks multiprocessing.

- pull request #7: Add support for PyQt5 to the sip recipe. Patch by
  Mark Montague.

- pull request #4: Copying PySide plugins was broken due to bad
  indentation.

- pull request #5: py2app was broken for python versions that
  don't use _sysconfigdata.

- issue #135: Don't sleep for a second after compiling a XIB file

- issue #134: Remove target location before copying files into
  the bundle.

- issue #133: Ensure that the application's "Framework" folder
  is on the search path for ``ctypes.util.find_library``.

- issue #132: Depend on modulegraph 0.12 to avoid build errors
  when the python code contains references to compatibility modules
  that contain SyntaxErrors for the current python version.

- Explicitly report modules that cannot be found at the end of
  the run (for non-alias builds)

  Note: This is just a warning, missing modules are not necessarily
  a problem because modulegraph can detect imports for modules that
  aren't used on OSX (for example)

- Report modules that contain syntax errors at the end of
  the run (for non-alias builds)

  Note: This is just a warning, syntax errors be valid when the
  dependency tree contains modules for the other major release
  of python (e.g a compat_py2 module that contains compatibility
  code for Python 2 and contains code that isn't valid Python 3)
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szptvlfn Update to 1.0.1.3
Changes from https://github.com/haskell/random
1.0.1.3
 - Merge pull request #7 from thomie/T8899
   Fix for ghc ticket #8899: StdGen does not generate 0
 - Merge pull request #8 from thomie/memory-leaks
   Fix for memory leaks (GHC #7936 and #4218)
 - Merge pull request #4 from NovaDenizen/master
   fix for randomIvalInteger, ghc #8898
 - Use GHC.Exts.build in randoms, randomRs to achieve fusion
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wiz Update to 3.4.1:
Version 3.4.1  Released August 20, 2014 (git commit cfd146effde09c493ac7573408ac29d6d9cbed47)

    - Allow '%' again for the type in table_info() and thus tables()
      It's not documented or tested in DBI, but it used to work until
      DBD::Pg 3.4.0, and the change broke DBIx::Class::Schema::Loader, which
      uses type='%'.
      [Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker <ilmari@ilmari.org>]


Version 3.4.0  Released August 16, 2014 (git commit 7a5da12d84b4c2e9879f90fb6168f56c095071fa)

  - Cleanup and improve table_info()
    [Mike Pomraning <mjp@pilcrow.madison.wi.us>] (github issue #7)

    table_info() type searching now supports TABLE, VIEW, SYSTEM TABLE,
      SYSTEM VIEW, and LOCAL TEMPORARY

    table_info() object searching fully supports the above types.

    table_info() object searching no longer ignores invalid types - a filter
      of 'NOSUCH' will return no rows, and 'NOSUCH,LOCAL TEMPORARY' will
      return only temp objects.

    tableinfo() type filters are strictly matched now ... previously a
      search for SYSTEM TABLE would have fetched plain TABLE objects.

    table_info() now treats temporary tables and temporary views as LOCAL TEMPORARY

  - Make sure column_info() and table_info() can handle materialized views.
    [Greg Sabino Mullane] (CPAN bug #97032)
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jaapb Updated ocaml-react to latest version, 1.2.0. Changes include:
- Fix bug in dynamic creation of S.{diff,changes} (#8).
- Fix bug in dynamic creation of S.switch (#7).
- Add support for toplevel: automatically `open React` on `#require "react"`.
- Add `S.Bool.{flip,edge,fall,rise}`.
- Fix `S.switch` rank's initialisation.
- Add `E.l{1,2,3,4,5,6}`, lifting combinators on events.
- Add `E.Option.{some,value}`.
- Add `S.{Float,Int}.{zero,one,minus_one}`.
- Add `S.Bool.{zero,one}`.
- Add `S.Option.{none,some,value}`.
- Add `{S,E}.on` equivalent to `{S,E}.when_`.
- Deprecate `{S,E}.when_` (syntax error prone).
- Fix `S.bind`.
- Use package builder topkg for distribution.
- Add support for update steps, see the `React.Step` module. Allows to
  specify simultaneous primitive signal updates and event occurences.
  The functions returned by `{S,E}.create` now have an optional
  `?step` argument; if unused the previous semantics is preserved.
- Add support for strong stops, can be used on platforms where weak
  arrays are not to prevent leaks. The function `{E,S}.stop` now have
  an optional `?strong` argument; if unused the previous semantics is
  preserved.
- Change signature of `S.switch`. Any existing call `S.switch ~eq s es` can
  be replaced by `S.(switch ~eq (hold ~eq:( == ) s es))`.
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taca Update ruby-xz to 0.2.1.
0.2.1 (2014-02-08)

* Build the gem properly on Ruby 2.0+ (PR #8 by Nana Sakisaka (saki7))
* Release the GIL when interfacing with liblzma (PR #7 by Lars Christensen
* (larsch))

0.2.0 (2013-06-23)

* Fix #6 (errors on JRuby) by Ben Nagy
* Remove 1.8 compatibility
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taca Update ruby-gsl to 1.16.0.4.
* Switch to rb-gsl gem.

Fri Dec 19 2014
  * Ruby/GSL 1.16.0.4
    * Optimize and extract multiplication and division operations on Fixnum
      and Float. Pull request #8 by Veselin Vasilev.
    * Fixed division in GSL::Oper for GSL::Vector::Col. Issue #9.

Tue Oct 21 2014
  * Ruby/GSL 1.16.0.3
    * Fixed RDoc issues. Issue #6 by @bigtunacan.
    * Fixed $LOAD_PATH problem. Pull request #7 by Takahiro SATOH.

Wed Jul  9 2014
  * Ruby/GSL 1.16.0.2
    * Fixed linking problem.

Thu Apr 24 2014
  * Ruby/GSL 1.16.0.1
    * Extensive cleanup.
    * Fixed linking problems.
    * Required Ruby version >= 1.8.7.

Fri Jan 24 2014
  * Ruby/GSL 1.16.0
    * GSL-1.16 support.
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