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|Name: libapr1||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1|
|Version: 1.6.3||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: lp151.2.3||Build date: Mon Apr 22 18:07:04 2019|
|Group: System/Libraries||Build host: obs-arm-5|
|Size: 211442||Source RPM: apr-1.6.3-lp151.2.3.src.rpm|
|Summary: Apache Portable Runtime (APR) Library|
APR is Apache's Portable Runtime Library, designed to be a support library that provides a predictable and consistent interface to underlying platform-specific implementations. The range of platform-spanning functionality provided by APR includes: Memory allocation and memory pool functionality, atomic operations, dynamic library handling, file I/O, command-argument parsing, locking, hash tables and arrays, mmap functionality, network sockets and protocols, threads, process and mutex functionality, shared memory functionality, time routines, as well as user and group ID services.
* Thu May 10 2018 email@example.com - Version 1.6.3: * apr_file_trunc: Truncating a buffered file could add unexpected data after the truncate position. PR 51017. * apr_file_trunc: Fix an issue where reading from a buffered file after truncate could return stale data from the buffer. * apr_ipsubnet_create() now fails for an empty input string. - fixes [bsc#1092981] * Wed Apr 18 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add gcc8-integer-overflow.patch to handle an undefined behavior (boo#1090085). * Tue Jan 23 2018 email@example.com - ignore PowerPC transient test failures * Tue Nov 07 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Do not require python for building - its not needed anyways (fate#323526) * Mon Oct 16 2017 email@example.com - We need to obsolete same version of package (bsc#1063305) * Mon Jul 10 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Replace vision statement in %description with feature list. Fix RPM groups. - Drop --with-pic which is only useful for static libs. * Thu Jun 22 2017 email@example.com - Rename package * Mon Jun 19 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - apr 1.6.2 * apr_allocator: Provide apr_allocator_align() * apr_file_io: Add apr_file_pipe_create_pools() * Add APR_SO_FREEBIND option for apr_socket_opt_set. * apr_skiplist: Add apr_skiplist_addne*() * Added Unix domain socket support. * See http://www.apache.org/dist/apr/CHANGES-APR-1.6 for a full list of changes. - Drop patches from upstream: * 0017-Merge-r1733694-r1733708-from-trunk.patch * 0018-apr_proc_mutex-unix-backport-r1733775-from-trunk-par.patch * Wed Jun 14 2017 email@example.com - define READDIR_IS_THREAD_SAFE, because it is. Avoid using obsolete and potentially dangerous readdir_r. * Wed May 04 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - 0017-Merge-r1733694-r1733708-from-trunk.patch and 0018-apr_proc_mutex-unix-backport-r1733775-from-trunk-par.patch Refcount shared mutexes usage to avoid destruction while still is use by some processes, this fixes apache graceful-restart sometimes leaving processes in "Gracefully finishing" state forever. - apr-proc-mutex-map-anon.patch use MAP_ANON instead of mmap'ing /dev/zero. * Tue Sep 29 2015 email@example.com - Add gpg signature * Sun May 03 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - remove baselibs.conf that osc rejects now with message: ERROR: 'arch' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built ERROR: 'ppc' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built ERROR: 'package' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built ERROR: 'arch' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built ERROR: 'ppc' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built ERROR: 'package' referenced in baselibs.conf is not being built * Sun May 03 2015 email@example.com - apr 1.5.2 * apr_escape: Correctly calculate the size of the returned string in apr_escape_path and set the correct return value in case we actually escape the string * apr_poll(cb): fix error paths returned values and leaks. * apr_skiplist: Optimize the number of allocations by reusing pooled or malloc()ed nodes for the lifetime of the skiplist. * apr_skiplist: Fix possible multiple-free() on the same value in apr_skiplist_remove_all() (obsoletes 0007-backport-r1604596-1604598-from-trunk.patch) * apr_global_mutex/apr_proc_mutex: Resolve failures with the POSIX sem implementation in environments which receive signals. (obsoletes 0009-Merge-r1610854-from-trunk.patch) * drop already included or no longer needed patches: 0004-Backport-r1593600-from-1.6.patch 0005-Backport-r1593612-from-1.6.patch 0007-backport-r1604596-1604598-from-trunk.patch 0009-Merge-r1610854-from-trunk.patch string-compare.diff * Sun Mar 08 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - No longer use --enable-allocator-uses-mmap but the default which is using malloc, this feature exists to reduce fragmentation but this is currently at the expense of: * Loosing all malloc sanity checks. * mmap and munmap are expensive operations when using at lot of threads (like in apache worker,event) * It will waste memory, even more on archs that have big page sizes. - If there are fragmentation or performance problems in glibc malloc, the library has to be fixed instead. * Sat Mar 07 2015 email@example.com - apr-use-getrandom.patch: Update, if getrandom blocks, fallback to the old codepath, restoring old always non-blocking behaviour in practice it blocks only at boottime when the entropy pool has not been fully initialized, this delays the startup of apache for example. * Use SYS_getrandom constant instead of the "internal" __NR_getrandom * Sun Oct 19 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - apr-use-getrandom.patch Use the new getrandom() system call in apr_generate_random_bytes() if the system call number is defined and if the call is sucessful, fallback if otherwise.
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