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perl-base-32bit-5.28.1-3.5 RPM for ppc64

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Name: perl-base-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 5.28.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.5 Build date: Wed Sep 4 17:06:38 2019
Group: Development/Languages/Perl Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 1355706 Source RPM: perl-5.28.1-3.5.src.rpm
Summary: The Perl interpreter
perl - Practical Extraction and Report Language

Perl is optimized for scanning arbitrary text files, extracting
information from those text files, and printing reports based on that
information.  It is also good for many system management tasks.

Perl is intended to be practical (easy to use, efficient, and complete)
rather than beautiful (tiny, elegant, and minimal).

This package contains only some basic modules and the perl binary




Artistic-1.0 OR GPL-2.0-or-later


* Thu Jun 20 2019 Martin Liška <>
  - Disable LTO (boo#1138837).
* Wed Jan 23 2019 Bernhard Wiedemann <>
  - Add perl-fix2020.patch to fix timelocal calls in 2020 (boo#1102840)
  - Add perl-reproducible2.patch to make build reproducible in spite of ASLR
* Fri Nov 30 2018
  - update to perl-5.28.1
    * [CVE-2018-18311] Integer overflow leading to buffer overflow
    * [CVE-2018-18312] Heap-buffer-overflow write in S_regatom
    * updated Module::CoreList module
* Tue Oct 02 2018
  - simplify perl_gen_filelist macro
* Fri Sep 28 2018
  - fix testing fatal errors in gdbm
    new patch: perl-gdbm-test-no-mmap.diff
  - fix perl no longer setting $^X if /proc is not mounted
    new patch: perl-revert-caretx.diff
* Wed Sep 26 2018
  - change the perl_gen_filelist macro so that the modules no
    longer own the perl_vendorarch directory [bnc#1109754]
* Sat Sep 22 2018 Dirk Stoecker <>
  - update to perl-5.28.0
    * Core Enhancements
    * Unicode 10.0 is supported
    * delete on key/value hash slices
    * Experimentally, there are now alphabetic synonyms for some regular expression assertions
    * Mixed Unicode scripts are now detectable
    * In-place editing with perl -i is now safer
    * Initialisation of aggregate state variables
    * Full-size inode numbers
    * The sprintf %j format size modifier is now available with pre-C99 compilers
    * Close-on-exec flag set atomically
    * String- and number-specific bitwise ops are no longer experimental
    * Locales are now thread-safe on systems that support them
    * New read-only predefined variable ${^SAFE_LOCALES}
    * Security
    * [CVE-2017-12837] Heap buffer overflow in regular expression compiler
    * [CVE-2017-12883] Buffer over-read in regular expression parser
    * [CVE-2017-12814] $ENV{$key} stack buffer overflow on Windows
    * Default Hash Function Change
    * Full list of changes:
  - update perl-5.26.0.dif to perl-5.28.0.dif
  - drop patch perl-pp-crypt.patch (included upstream)
* Tue Sep 18 2018
  - perl-pp-crypt.patch: fix incompatibility with libxcrypt (bsc#1107973)
* Wed May 23 2018
  - make perl-5.26.2 compatible with perl-5.26.1
* Mon May 14 2018
  - Update versions based on provides in perl rpm
* Fri May 11 2018
  - Version update to perl-5.26.2:
    * Tons of bugfixes
* Fri May 11 2018
  - Remove the as-needed disabling as no other distro is doing that
  - Use macros where possible
  - Remove if0 and commented out code to reduce the scope
  - Run tests in threads
* Thu Feb 22 2018
  - Use %license (boo#1082318)
* Mon Jan 22 2018
  - posix-sigaction.patch: make sure Perl_sighandler is always installed
    with SA_SIGINFO (bsc#1064697)
* Wed Jan 10 2018
  - ignore make check transient errors for PowerPC
    that are reported since 20170907
    bypass boo#1063176
    new patch: perl_skip_flaky_tests_powerpc.patch
* Mon Dec 04 2017
  - Add perl-reproducible.patch to make build reproducible (boo#1047218)
* Thu Nov 23 2017
  - Replace references to /var/adm/fillup-templates with new
    %_fillupdir macro (boo#1069468)
* Sat Sep 23 2017
  - update to perl-5.26.1
    * [CVE-2017-12837] Heap buffer overflow in regular expression compiler
    * [CVE-2017-12883] Buffer over-read in regular expression parser
    * tons of bug fixes
  - update list of obsoletes
* Wed Aug 30 2017
  - update to perl-5.26.0
    * "." no longer in @INC
    * "do" may now warn
    * regexp: a literal left brace "{" should be escaped
    * lexical subroutines are no longer experimental
    * indented Here-documents
    * new regular expression modifier /xx
    * declaring a reference to a variable
    * unicode 9.0 is now supported
    * new Hash Function For 64-bit Builds
  - rename perl-5.24.0.dif to perl-5.26.0.dif
  - remove obsolete perl-avoid-warnings.patch
  - remove obsolete Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.071-zlib-1.2.11.patch
* Thu May 18 2017
  - Remove patch from previous commit, does not work:
    * Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.071-Adapt-tests-to-zlib-1.2.11.patch
  - Add patch taken from upstream release instead:
    * Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.071-zlib-1.2.11.patch
* Wed May 10 2017
  - Fix building with zlib-1.2.10 (RT#119762):
    * Compress-Raw-Zlib-2.071-Adapt-tests-to-zlib-1.2.11.patch
* Wed May 03 2017
  - Update to perl-5.24.1
    - Di switch is now required for PerlIO debugging output
      Previously PerlIO debugging output would be sent to the file specified
      by the "PERLIO_DEBUG" environment variable if perl wasn't running setuid
      and the -T or -t switches hadn't been parsed yet.
      If perl performed output at a point where it hadn't yet parsed its
      switches this could result in perl creating or overwriting the file
      named by "PERLIO_DEBUG" even when the -T switch had been supplied.
      Perl now requires the -Di switch to produce PerlIO debugging output. By
      default this is written to "stderr", but can optionally be redirected to
      a file by setting the "PERLIO_DEBUG" environment variable.
      If perl is running setuid or the -T switch was supplied "PERLIO_DEBUG"
      is ignored and the debugging output is sent to "stderr" as for any other
    - D switch.
    Core modules and tools no longer search "." for optional modules
      The tools and many modules supplied in core no longer search the default
      current directory entry in @INC for optional modules. For example,
      Storable will remove the final "." from @INC before trying to load
      This prevents an attacker injecting an optional module into a process
      run by another user where the current directory is writable by the
      attacker, e.g. the /tmp directory.
  - Refresh patches
* Sun Jun 26 2016
  - Move to perl-base, used by File::Temp
* Thu Jun 02 2016
  - Add perl-avoid-warnings.patch to fix a warning in cop.h, which
    breaks perf build due to -Werror. Already upstream.
* Tue May 10 2016
  - Update to perl-5.24.0
    * postfix dereferencing is no longer experimental
    * unicode 8.0 is now supported
    * perl will now croak when closing an in-place output file fails
    * new "\b{lb}" boundary in regular expressions
    * qr/(?[ ])/" now works in UTF-8 locales
    * integer shift ("<<" and ">>") now more explicitly defined
    * printf and sprintf now allow reordered precision arguments
    * more fields provided to "sigaction" callback with "SA_SIGINFO"
    * hashbang redirection to Perl 6
    * set proper umask before calling mkstemp(3)
    * fix loss of taint in canonpath
    * remove duplicate environment variables from "environ"
  - rename patch perl-5.22.0.dif to perl-5.24.0.dif
* Fri Feb 12 2016
  - Update to perl-5.22.1
    * Several bugs, including a segmentation fault, have been fixed
      with the bounds checking constructs (introduced in Perl 5.22)
    * Module::CoreList has been upgraded from version 5.20150520 to
    * PerlIO::scalar has been upgraded from version 0.22 to 0.23.
    * POSIX has been upgraded from version 1.53 to 1.53_01.
    * Storable has been upgraded from version 2.53 to 2.53_01.
    * warnings has been upgraded from version 1.32 to 1.34.
    * See perldelta.pod for all the changes.
  - Update perl-5.22.0.dif stop patching, it was MacOS only
    and was breaking tests (due to SHA-1 mismatch).
* Thu Jan 07 2016
  - fix perl_gen_filelist macro to not fail on foo.1 man page
* Mon Dec 07 2015
  - prevent bad RPM provides for Math::BigInt and DB
    (patch file perl-5.22.0_wrong_rpm_provides.diff)
* Mon Jun 22 2015
  - Reformat baselibs.conf.
* Tue Jun 09 2015
  - update to perl-5.22.0
    * several new experimental features
    * new <<>> (double-diamond) operator
    * new "\b" boundaries in REs, w.r.t. Unicode
    * non-capturing RE flag "/n"
    * Unicode 7.0
    * "defined(@array)", "defined(%hash)" are now fatal
    * unescaped literal "{" in a pattern results in deprecation warning
    * several modules updated
    * modules CGI, Module::Build no longer included
    * for a complete list of changes see perldelta.pod
  - perl-5.20.0.dif changed to fit 5.22.0, and renamed to perl-5.22.0.dif
  - changed patches to fit 5.22.0: perl-5.18.2-overflow.diff,
    perl-netcmdutf8.diff, perl-regexp-refoverflow.diff,
  - dropped patches (now upstream): DataDumper-no-infinite-recursion.diff,,
* Mon Feb 23 2015
  - Add multiple patches for gcc5 support, tracked by RT#123784
    * perl-5.21.8-h2ph-correct-handling-of-hex-constants-for-the-pream.patch
* Thu Feb 05 2015
  - use rm with -f to avoid prompts for rpmbuild in terminals



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