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Apr 19, 2014

  1. add and enable suse131_{32_,}lib{SDL,audiofile,esd}

    authored April 19, 2014
  2. Don't use "-pe" for pax, it doesn't work on FreeBSD, use "-pp" instead.

    authored April 19, 2014

Apr 18, 2014

  1. Note update of the "rsync" package to version 3.1.0nb1.

    authored April 18, 2014
  2. Add security patch from Samba GIT repository to address remote DoS

    vulnerability in rsync's daemon mode (CVE-2014-2855).
    authored April 18, 2014
  3. Added textproc/jsoncpp version 0.6.0rc2svn276

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  4. + jsoncpp

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  5. Import jsoncpp-0.6.0rc2svn276 as textproc/jsoncpp.

    JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange
    format.  It can represent integer, real number, string, an ordered
    sequence of value, and a collection of name/value pairs.
    JsonCpp is a simple API to manipulate JSON value, handle serialization
    and unserialization to string.
    It can also preserve existing comment in unserialization/serialization
    steps, making it a convenient format to store user input files.
    Unserialization parsing is user friendly and provides precise error
    authored April 18, 2014
  6. Added security/spiped version 1.3.1

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  7. + spiped

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  8. Import spiped-1.3.1 as security/spiped.

    spiped (pronounced "ess-pipe-dee") is a utility for creating symmetrically
    encrypted and authenticated pipes between socket addresses, so that one may
    connect to one address (e.g., a UNIX socket on localhost) and transparently
    have a connection established to another address (e.g., a UNIX socket on a
    different system).  This is similar to 'ssh -L' functionality, but does not
    use SSH and requires a pre-shared symmetric key.
    Note that spiped:
    1. Requires a strong key file: The file specified via the -k option should
    have at least 256 bits of entropy.  ('dd if=/dev/urandom bs=32 count=1' is
    your friend.)
    2. Does not provide any protection against information leakage via packet
    timing: Running telnet over spiped will protect a password from being directly
    read from the network, but will not obscure the typing rhythm.
    3. Can significantly increase bandwidth usage for interactive sessions: It
    sends data in packets of 1024 bytes, and pads smaller messages up to this
    length, so a 1 byte write could be expanded to 1024 bytes if it cannot be
    coalesced with adjacent bytes.
    4. Uses a symmetric key -- so anyone who can connect to an spiped "server" is
    also able to impersonate it.
    authored April 18, 2014
  9. Added misc/rhash version 1.3.1

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  10. + rhash.

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  11. Import rhash-1.3.1 as misc/rhash.

    RHash is a console utility for calculation and verification of
    magnet links and a wide range of hash sums like CRC32, MD4, MD5,
    SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, SHA3, AICH, ED2K, Tiger, DC++ TTH, BitTorrent
    BTIH, GOST R 34.11-94, RIPEMD-160, HAS-160, EDON-R, Whirlpool and
    Hash sums are used to ensure and verify integrity of large volumes
    of data for a long-term storing or transferring.
    authored April 18, 2014
  12. + dos2unix-6.0.5, samba-4.1.7, typo3-6.1.8.

    authored April 18, 2014
  13. Updated security/caff to 1.1.6

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  14. Update to 1.1.6, changes not found.

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  15. Updated sysutils/py-psutil to 2.1.0

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  16. Update to 2.1.0:

    2.1.0 - 2014-04-08
     * 387: system-wide open connections a-la netstat.
     * 421: [Solaris] psutil does not compile on SunOS 5.10 (patch by Naveed
     * 489: [Linux] psutil.disk_partitions() return an empty list.
    2.0.0 - 2014-03-10
     * #424: [Windows] installer for Python 3.X 64 bit.
     * #427: number of logical and physical CPUs (psutil.cpu_count()).
     * #447: psutil.wait_procs() timeout parameter is now optional.
     * #452: make Process instances hashable and usable with set()s.
     * #453: tests on Python < 2.7 require unittest2 module.
     * #459: add a make file for running tests and other repetitive tasks (also
             on Windows).
     * #463: make timeout parameter of cpu_percent* functions default to 0.0 'cause
             it's a common trap to introduce slowdowns.
     * #468: move documentation to
     * #477: process cpu_percent() is about 30% faster.  (suggested by crusaderky)
     * #478: [Linux] almost all APIs are about 30% faster on Python 3.X.
     * #479: long deprecated psutil.error module is gone; exception classes now
             live in "psutil" namespace only.
     * #193: psutil.Popen constructor can throw an exception if the spawned process
             terminates quickly.
     * #340: [Windows] process get_open_files() no longer hangs.  (patch by
     * #443: [Linux] fix a potential overflow issue for Process.set_cpu_affinity()
             on systems with more than 64 CPUs.
     * #448: [Windows] get_children() and ppid() memory leak (patch by Ulrich
     * #457: [POSIX] pid_exists() always returns True for PID 0.
     * #461: namedtuples are not pickle-able.
     * #466: [Linux] process exe improper null bytes handling.  (patch by
             Gautam Singh)
     * #470: wait_procs() might not wait.  (patch by crusaderky)
     * #471: [Windows] process exe improper unicode handling. (patch by
     * #473: psutil.Popen.wait() does not set returncode attribute.
     * #474: [Windows] Process.cpu_percent() is no longer capped at 100%.
     * #476: [Linux] encoding error for process name and cmdline.
    For the sake of consistency a lot of psutil APIs have been renamed.
    In most cases accessing the old names will work but it will cause a DeprecationWarning.
     * psutil.* module level constants have being replaced by functions:
       | Old name                | Replacement                   |
       | - psutil.NUM_CPUS       | psutil.cpu_cpunt()            |
       | - psutil.BOOT_TIME      | psutil.boot_time()            |
       | - psutil.TOTAL_PHYMEM   | psutil.virtual_memory().total |
     * Renamed psutil.* functions:
       | Old name                 | Replacement        |
       | - psutil.get_pid_list()  | psutil.pids()      |
       | - psutil.get_users()     | psutil.users()     |
       | - psutil.get_boot_time() | psutil.boot_time() |
     * All psutil.Process get_* methods lost the "get_" prefix.
       get_ext_memory_info() renamed to memory_info_ex().
       Assuming "p = psutil.Process()":
       | Old name                 | Replacement          |
       | p.get_children()         | p.children()         |
       | p.get_connections()      | p.connections()      |
       | p.get_cpu_affinity()     | p.cpu_affinity()     |
       | p.get_cpu_percent()      | p.cpu_percent()      |
       | p.get_cpu_times()        | p.cpu_times()        |
       | p.get_ext_memory_info()  | p.memory_info_ex()   |
       | p.get_io_counters()      | p.io_counters()      |
       | p.get_ionice()           | p.ionice()           |
       | p.get_memory_info()      | p.memory_info()      |
       | p.get_memory_maps()      | p.memory_maps()      |
       | p.get_memory_percent()   | p.memory_percent()   |
       | p.get_nice()             | p.nice()             |
       | p.get_num_ctx_switches() | p.num_ctx_switches() |
       | p.get_num_fds()          | p.num_fds()          |
       | p.get_num_threads()      | p.num_threads()      |
       | p.get_open_files()       | p.open_files()       |
       | p.get_rlimit()           | p.rlimit()           |
       | p.get_threads()          | p.threads()          |
       | p.getcwd()               | p.cwd()              |
     * All psutil.Process set_* methods lost the "set_" prefix.
       Assuming "p = psutil.Process()":
       | Old name             | Replacement                     |
       | p.set_nice()         | p.nice(value)                   |
       | p.set_ionice()       | p.ionice(ioclass, value=None)   |
       | p.set_cpu_affinity() | p.cpu_affinity(cpus)            |
       | p.set_rlimit()       | p.rlimit(resource, limits=None) |
     * Except for 'pid' all psutil.Process class properties have been turned into
       methods. This is the only case which there are no aliases.
       Assuming "p = psutil.Process()":
       | Old name      | Replacement     |
       |        |        |
       | p.parent      | p.parent()      |
       | p.ppid        | p.ppid()        |
       | p.exe         | p.exe()         |
       | p.cmdline     | p.cmdline()     |
       | p.status      | p.status()      |
       | p.uids        | p.uids()        |
       | p.gids        | p.gids()        |
       | p.username    | p.username()    |
       | p.create_time | p.create_time() |
     * Others:
      * timeout parameter of cpu_percent* functions defaults to 0.0 instead of 0.1.
      * long deprecated psutil.error module is gone; exception classes now live in
        "psutil" namespace only.
      * Process instances' "retcode" attribute returned by psutil.wait_procs() has
        been renamed to "returncode" for consistency with subprocess.Popen.
    authored April 18, 2014
  17. Updated emulators/qemu to 2.0.0

    authored April 18, 2014
  18. Updated multimedia/vlc to 1.1.13nb42

    authored April 18, 2014
  19. Switch to musepack. Bump PKGREVISION.

    authored April 18, 2014
  20. Changes 2.0.0:

    Incompatible changes
    All onboard buses now have distinct names, so that all of them can be reached with "-device bus=...". As a result of this, some buses that used to have duplicates got renamed:
    i2c-bus.0 to i2c-bus.1 for machines n800, n810;
    virtio-mmio-bus.0 to virtio-mmio-bus.3 for vexpress-a15, vexpress-a9;
    virtio-mmio-bus.0 to virtio-mmio-bus.31 for virt;
    usb-bus.0 to usb-bus.1 for xilinx-zynq-a9, fulong2e;
    ide.0 to ide.1 for isapc, mips, g3beige, mac99, prep;
    This change requires care when doing migration from 1.x to 2.x QEMU; you need to specify bus=NEW explicitly on the destination for devices on the renamed bus.
    Another bus rename is pci to pci.0 for pseries. This does not require as much care on migration; if you were specifying "bus=pci" explicitly, QEMU will not start unless you change that to "bus=pci.0".
    qemu-system-arm no longer defaults to the obsolete "integratorcp" if no machine is specified on the command line (this was a recurring source of confusion). Users with existing integratorcp images will need to add "-M integratorcp" to the command line if it is not already present.
    Future incompatible changes
    Three options are using different names on the command line and in configuration file. In particular:
    The "acpi" configuration file section matches command-line option "acpitable";
    The "boot-opts" configuration file section matches command-line option "boot";
    The "smp-opts" configuration file section matches command-line option "smp".
    Starting with QEMU 2.1, -readconfig will standardize on the name fo the command line option.
    Support for "-M virt", a board type that only uses virtio devices
    Support for "-cpu host" when running under KVM
    Support for new 32-bit mode ARMv8 instructions in TCG
    Support for all 64-bit mode ARMV8 user-accessible instructions except for the optional CRC and crypto extensions
    Support for AArch64 disassembling (requires a C++ compiler to be installed on the host)
    Initial support for KVM on AArch64 systems (some features such as migration are not yet implemented)
    Support for the Canon PowerShot A1100 DIGIC board using "-M canon-a1100"
    Support for the allwinner-a10-based board "-M cubieboard"
    Support for flow control in the Cadence UART
    "integratorcp" is no longer the default machine (see the 'incompatible changes' section above)
    Support for Altivec 2.07 and VSX instructions when running under TCG
    Support for ISA 2.06 "load/store quadword instructions", "divide extended instructions" and "floating-point test instructions" when running under TCG
    PReP is not anymore (incorrectly) included in qemu-system-ppcemb
    Improved support for "-nodefaults" on the pSeries machine. Display devices created with "-device VGA" will be handled correctly in the device tree.
    Support for boot order in pSeries emulation
    Support for adapter interrupts in virtio-cc2
    Support for Sun CG3 framebuffer with the Sun4m machine. The CG3 framebuffer can be requested with "-vga cg3".
    Support for the CASA compare-and-swap instruction in TCG.
    On the Q35 machine, the HPET interrupt can now be attached to GSIs 16-23, like on real hardware.
    The Q35 machine now supports CPU hotplug.
    Two flash chips can be specified using the "-drive if=pflash" or "-pflash" options twice.
    Memory layout has changed slightly; to improve performance, the PIIX4 machine ("-M pc") now has 3GB of low memory instead of 3.5GB if the guest has more than 3.5GB of memory. Similarly, the Q35 machine ("-M q35") now has 2GB instead of 2.75GB of low memory if the guest has more than 2.75GB of overall memory.
    Support for migration of Intel MPX registers.
    The Apple SMC device is now exposed in the ACPI tables.
    On the PIIX machine, PCI hotplug now supports devices behind a bridge (only for bridges not added by hotplug; hot-plugged bridges can still use the PCI Standard Hot-Plug Controller).
    Support for the Hyper-V reference time counter via the "hv-time" suboption of "-cpu". This can improve performance of Windows guests substantially for applications that do many floating-point or SIMD operations. (Requires KVM and Linux 3.14).
    The distributed qemupciserial.inf file now allows installing multiport PCI serial devices on Windows too.
    ACPI tables generated by QEMU can now be used by OVMF firmware. OVMF starting with SVN r15420 is needed. In particular hotplug, pvpanic device and other ACPI based features now work for OVMF.
    x2apic is now enabled by default when KVM is in use.
    PCI passthrough of devices with a ROM now works.
    added support for ML605 and KC705 FPGA boards.
    Cache-related opcodes now correctly check privilege level/memory accessibility.
    authored April 18, 2014
  21. Updated audio/audacious-plugins to 1.5.1nb43

    authored April 18, 2014
  22. I do't udnerstand how this was supposed to compile a modplug plugin w…

    depending on libmodplug.
    Anyway, it doesn't work against the latest libmodplug, so remove plugin from
    PLIST, explicitly disable libmodplug, and bump PKGREVISION.
    authored April 18, 2014
  23. Removed, because it didn't do anything. If specific option…

    …s were enabled for SDL2, they would be pulled anyway. The 'static' option was pointless.
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  25. Updated audio/cmus to 2.5.0nb4

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  26. Switch to musepack. Remove modplug from default options since it

    doesn't find the header during compilation.
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  27. Update comment.

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  28. Updated audio/gst-plugins0.10-musepack to 0.10.23nb3

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  29. Switch from libmpcdec to musepack. Bump PKGREVISION.

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  30. Updated multimedia/vlc2 to 2.0.9nb6

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  31. Some improvements and changes for Haskell Cabal support.

      are "User-settable variables", not "Package-settable variables".
    * Change to HASKELL_ENABLE_HADDOCK_DOCUMENTATION=yes by default.
    * Add HASKELL_ENABLE_SHARED_LIBRARY("yes" by default), to enable shlib support.
    * Add support for dynamically conditional PLIST entries handling for
    discussed with pho@ and szptvlfn@.
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  32. Switch from libmpcdec to musepack. Bump PKGREVISION.

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  33. Add ALTERNATIVES to prepare renamed `pybabel' tool.

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