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Name: libseccomp2-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 2.3.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.3 Build date: Mon Dec 17 15:43:36 2018
Group: System/Libraries Build host: lamb62
Size: 144900 Source RPM: libseccomp-2.3.2-lp151.2.3.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://github.com/seccomp
Summary: An enhanced Seccomp (mode 2) helper library
The libseccomp library provides and easy to use, platform
independent, interface to the Linux Kernel's syscall filtering
mechanism: seccomp. The libseccomp API is designed to abstract away
the underlying BPF based syscall filter language and present a more
conventional function-call based filtering interface that should be
familiar to, and easily adopted by application developers.

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License

LGPL-2.1

Changelog

* Sun May 21 2017 jengelh@inai.de
  - Unconditionally rerun autoreconf because of patches
* Sun May 21 2017 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Update to release 2.3.2:
    * Achieved full compliance with the CII Best Practices program
    * Added Travis CI builds to the GitHub repository
    * Added code coverage reporting with the "--enable-code-coverage" configure
      flag and added Coveralls to the GitHub repository
    * Updated the syscall tables to match Linux v4.10-rc6+
    * Support for building with Python v3.x
    * Allow rules with the -1 syscall if the SCMP\_FLTATR\_API\_TSKIP attribute is
      set to true
    * Several small documentation fixes
  - Remove service file as we are not based on git
* Sat May 07 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.3.1
    * arch: fix the multiplexed ipc() syscalls
    * s390: handle multiplexed syscalls correctly
  - Remove 0001-arch-fix-a-number-of-32-bit-x86-failures-related-to-.patch,
    0001-tests-replace-socket-syscall-references-in-15-basic-.patch
    (fixed upstream)
* Tue Apr 19 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Add 0001-tests-replace-socket-syscall-references-in-15-basic-.patch
* Sun Apr 10 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Add 0001-arch-fix-a-number-of-32-bit-x86-failures-related-to-.patch
* Wed Mar 23 2016 meissner@suse.com
  - updated to final 2.3.0 release
  - builderror-k316.diff: fixed upstream
  - i586 testsuite fails, disable for now
* Wed Feb 24 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to git snapshot 2.3.0~g96
    * have libseccomp build with newer linux-glibc-devel;
    "multiplexed and direct socket syscalls"
  - Drop libseccomp-s390x-support.patch, libseccomp-ppc64le.patch
    (no longer apply - merged upstream)
  - Add builderror-k316.diff
* Fri Sep 25 2015 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Add baselibs.conf: systemd-32bit-224+ links against
    libseccomp.so.2.
* Mon Aug 31 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.3
    * Fix a problem with the masked equality operator
    * Fix a problem on x86_64/x32 involving invalid architectures
    * Fix a problem with the ARM specific syscalls
* Sat May 30 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.1
    * Fix a problem with syscall argument filtering on 64-bit systems
    * Fix some problems with the 32-bit ARM syscall table
  - Drop 0001-tools-add-the-missing-elf.h-header-file.patch,
    libseccomp-arm-syscall-fixes.patch
    (applied upstream)
* Mon Apr 13 2015 dvaleev@suse.com
  - Fix ppc64le build: libseccomp-ppc64le.patch
* Fri Apr 10 2015 afaerber@suse.de
  - Fix some arm syscall constants
    libseccomp-arm-syscall-fixes.patch
* Sun Mar 29 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.0
    * Added support for aarch64, mips, mips64, mips64n32 (BE/LE).
    * Added support for using the new seccomp() syscall and the thread
    sync functionality.
    * Added Python bindings
  - Remove 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch
    (merged). Add no-static.diff.
    Add 0001-tools-add-the-missing-elf.h-header-file.patch
* Sat Jul 12 2014 meissner@suse.com
  - updated ppc64le patch
* Wed Mar 05 2014 meissner@suse.com
  - libseccomp-s390x-support.patch:
    support s390,s390x,ppc,ppc64 too. bnc#866526 (arm64 not yet done)
  - disabled testsuite on the new platforms, as there
    are still some failures.
    s390 32bit: passed: 3823 / failed: 91 / errored: 43
    s390x:    passed: 2410 / failed: 879 / errored: 68
    ppc64le:  passed: 3914 / failed:   0 / errored: 43
* Tue Jun 18 2013 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.1.0
    * Add support for the x32 and ARM architectures
    * More verbose PFC output, including translation of syscall
    numbers to names
    * Several assorted bugfixes affecting the seccomp BPF generation
    * The syscall number/name resolver tool is now installed
    * Fixes for the x86 multiplexed syscalls
    * Additions to the API to better support non-native architecures
    * Additions to the API to support multiple architecures in one filter
    * Additions to the API to resolve syscall name/number mappings
  - Remove 0001-build-use-ac-variables-in-pkgconfig-file.patch
    (merged into 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch)
* Fri Dec 21 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Make 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch apply again
* Fri Dec 14 2012 dvaleev@suse.com
  - code is only x86 capable. Set ExclusiveArch: %{ix86} x86_64
* Thu Nov 15 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Restore autotools patch (0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch)
    that was previously embodied in the files in the tarball
* Tue Nov 13 2012 meissner@suse.com
  - updated to 1.0.1 release
    - The header file is now easier to use with C++ compilers
    - Minor documentation fixes
    - Minor memory leak fixes
    - Corrected x86 filter generation on x86_64 systems
    - Corrected problems with small filters and filters with arguments
  - use public downloadable tarball
* Sat Sep 08 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Initial package (version 1.0.0) for build.opensuse.org

Files

/usr/lib/libseccomp.so.2
/usr/lib/libseccomp.so.2.3.2


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