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Name: libboost_iostreams1_76_0-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.76.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.1 Build date: Sat Jun 5 23:51:37 2021
Group: System/Libraries Build host: obs-power8-02
Size: 133252 Source RPM: boost-base-1.76.0-4.1.src.rpm
Summary: Boost.IOStreams Runtime Libraries
This package contains the Boost.IOStreams Runtime libraries.






* Tue Jun 01 2021 Haochuan Chen <>
  - Compile boost iostreams with lzma support for reading .xz files
* Sat May 08 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - use https://
* Wed May 05 2021 Andreas Schwab <>
  - Also exclude libboost_math_c99l and libboost_math_tr1l on ppc
* Wed Apr 28 2021 Michel Normand <>
  - Remove** in spec file
* Mon Apr 19 2021
  - update to 1.76.0:
    * for details on all changes see,
  - remove boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch, compile bug seems
    to be fixed meanwhile
  - baselibs.conf: updated to new version
* Tue Feb 09 2021 Adam Majer <>
  - Fix HPC build on ARM. It seems boost_serialization libraries
    are no longer implicitly build with this setup.
* Sat Feb 06 2021 Egbert Eich <>
  - Add build support for gcc10 to HPC build (bsc#1174439).
  - Add openmpi4 flavors (jsc#SLE-16462).
* Mon Dec 28 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - Log additional information during build
  - Add missing dependencies in libboost_iostream-devel (bsc#1180359)
* Wed Dec 23 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - libboost_nowide now uses same pattern of Provides/Conflicts
    and version numbers as other Boost libraries
  - Add missing conflicts for Boost 1.66
  - Boost.Build (jam) implementation is now obsoletes older versions
* Thu Dec 17 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - Replace hardcoded python3.8 path in the spec file
  - Add Conflicts with Boost 1.66 version in SLE15 since that version
    uses different Provides.
* Mon Dec 14 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - update to 1.75.0:
    * new library:
      + Boost.JSON - JSON parsing library
      + Boost.LEAF - error handling library
      + Boost.PFR  - basic reflection without macros or boilderplate code
    * for details on all changes see,
  - package boost's jam files so the Boost.Build is more usable
  - python_library_name.patch: update it to remove python version
    suffix and keep old sonames. We only support one python3 version
    at a time.
  - refreshed patches: boost-no_type_punning.patch
    boost-strict_aliasing.patch python_library_name.patch
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: upstreamed
  - baselibs.conf: updated to new version
* Tue Sep 29 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: Add additional missing
    includes in the serialization library
* Wed Sep 16 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: Add missing includes in the
    serialization library (bsc#1176597)
* Thu Sep 03 2020 Berthold Gunreben <>
  - Enable context on s390x
* Thu Aug 27 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - fix nothing provides libboost_mpi_python-py3-1_74_0
* Fri Aug 21 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - provide/obsolete boost-nowide 10.0.2
* Mon Aug 17 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - update to 1.74.0:
    * adds Boost.NoWide
    * see
    * see
    * see
  - remove riscv-support.patch, 3ecbf83f.patch (upstream)
  - remove boost-visibility.patch,
    boost-no_segfault_in_Regex_filter.patch (obsolete, will never go upstream)
  - add boost-remove-cmakedir.patch (remove buildroot embedding in cmake files)
  - remove python 2.7, it is 2020 after all
* Thu Mar 12 2020 Adam Majer <>
  - Fix packaging errors in cases where python2 is disabled and
* Fri Feb 28 2020 Egbert Eich <>
  - Fix macro which defines the name of the HPC python3 library
    directory (bsc#1165277).
  - Include headers and serial libs in the HPC MPI packages
* Mon Jan 13 2020 Christian Goll <>
  - removed hpc bjam package (boo#1160621)
  - added gnu-hpc-openmpi3 and mpich flavor (boo#1160622)
* Fri Dec 13 2019 Stefan Brüns <>
  - Remove hardcoded abiflags (%py3_abiflags is not available for 3
    years), use python3-config instead. Fixes build with Python 3.8.
* Fri Nov 08 2019 Stefan Brüns <>
  - Make sure openmpi-macros-devel is not required for base flavor --
    consolidate build_mpi/mpi macro into just one.
  - Remove BuildArch guards, no longer relevant since SuSE 11.2
* Thu Oct 03 2019 Nicolas Morey-Chaisemartin <>
  - Use new openmpi-macros-devel package
* Thu Sep 19 2019 Andreas Schwab <>
  - Enable context on riscv64
  - riscv-support.patch: Add missing bits for riscv support
* Wed Sep 18 2019 Andreas Schwab <>
  - Make sure %{_libdir}/cmake is packaged also without openblas-devel
* Wed Sep 11 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - Update URL to reflect new location of Boost sources
* Tue Sep 10 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - Update to version 1.71.0 (jsc#SLE-8571)
    Breaking changes:
    * Uuid: MD5 name-based uuid generation was corrected to be identical
      on all endian systems. Define BOOST_UUID_COMPAT_PRE_1_71_MD5 to
      keep the result in a format compatible with 1.66 through 1.70.
      This does not affect the default name-based uuid generation
      which is based on SHA1
    * Test: Boost.Test shows deprecation warnings if some very old
      headers as deprecated. If you encounter such warnings, please
      follow the indications: those headers will be removed in a future
    New libraries:
    * Variant2: A never-valueless, strong guarantee implementation
      of std::variant
    Updated libraries:
    * align, asio, any, beast, circular buffer, container, context,
      conversion, core, dynamic bitset, endian, fiber, filesystem,
      flyweight, histogram, iostreams, interprocess, intrusive,
      legical cast, log, math, metaparse, move, multi array,
      multi-index containers, outcome, parameter, ptrcontainer,
      polycollection, smartptr, stacktrace, test, utility, uuid,
      variant, yap
    For detailed changes see
  - drop upstream patches no longer needed:
    remove_boost_serialization_depends, cmake.patch
  - updated patches: boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch,
* Tue May 28 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - 3ecbf83f.patch: add upstream patch to build and install python-mpi
  - remove_boost_serialization_depends.patch: workaround to build
    python mpi extention
* Mon May 13 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - cmake.patch: add upstream patches making it more compatible with
    cmake's FindBoost
* Fri Apr 12 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - Update to version 1.70.0
    Breaking changes:
    * beast - there were many API changes. For details, see upstream
      release notes
    New libraries:
    * outcome: A set of tools for reporting and handling function
      failures in contexts where directly using exception handling
      is unsuitable
    * histogram: Fast and extensible multi-dimensional histograms
    Updated libraries:
    * asio, beast, context, coroutine2, dynamic bitset, fiber,
      filesystem, integer, log, math, mp11, multi-index containers,
      multiprecision, polycollection, spirit, stacktrace, test,
      typeindex, typetraits, variant and ublas.
    For detailed changes see
  - 0001-beast-fix-moved-from-executor.patch: upstream patch to fix regresion
  - boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch: refresh but don't disable all extra
  - dynamic_linking.patch: refreshed
  - baselibs.conf - updated to 1.70.0
* Fri Mar 08 2019 Dominique Leuenberger <>
  - Do not build gnu-mvapich2-hpc and gnu-openmpi2-hpc flavors in
    Staging areas.
* Wed Mar 06 2019 Adam Majer <>
  - Add missing build conditions for -extra flavour
* Fri Feb 01 2019
  - fixed hpc build for python3.7
* Wed Jan 23 2019
  - added hpc modularized versions, which have a different naming
    scheme so that they do not collide with existing libraries
    * hpc builds miss the documentation
    * three new _mulitbuild flavors which are
    * gnu-hpc -> all libraries except the parallel ones
    * gnu-openmpi2-hpc -> parallel versions with openmpi2
    * gnu-mvapich2-hpc -> parallel versions with mvapich2
* Mon Jan 14 2019
  - Simplify _multibuild flavours
* Fri Dec 14 2018
  - Update to version 1.69.0
    Breaking Changes:
      + Logic: use explicit operator bool when available
      + Boost.Signals removed
    New libraries:
    * SafeNumerics: A library for guaranteed correct integer
      arithmetic for C++14 and later
    Updated libraries:
    Any, Asio, Assign, Beast, CircularBuffer, ConceptCheck, Context,
    Core, Dynamic Bisect, Fiber, Filesystem, Flyweight, Function,
    Geometry, Integer, Iostreams, Iterator, LexicalCast, Log, Math,
    Mp11, MultiArray, Multi-index Containers, Multiprecision,
    PolyCollection, Pool, Preprocessor, Rational, Spirit,
    Stacktrace, System, Test, TypeIndex, Utility, Variant, YAP
    For complete changelog see
  - python_library_name.patch: updated to leave Boost.MPI python
    names unchanged.
  - dynamic_linking.patch: refreshed
  - baselibs.conf: updated to 1.69.0
  - cleanup spec file
    * removed no-op conditionals
    * appended -impl to all unversioned named Provides: to facilitate
      introduction of boost-defaults. The defaults package will provide
      upgrade path in Tumbleweed for -devel subpackages.
* Mon Oct 01 2018
  - Stay with openmpi also on ppc
* Wed Sep 12 2018
  - Fix build on Leap < 15.0
* Fri Aug 10 2018
  - Update to version 1.68.0
    New libraries:
    * YAP: An expression template library for C++14 and later
    Breaking changes since 1.67.0:
    * uuid: sha1 detail namespace header redirection for backwards
      compatibility was removed
    * signals: Boost.Signals will be removed in the next release.
      Boost.Signals was deprecated in version 1.54.0.
      Transition to Boost.Signals2 now to avoid disruption.
    Updated libraries: Beast, Context, Coroutine2, Fiber, Fusion,
    Geometry, GIL, Graph, Lexical Cast, Log, Math,
    Multi-index containers, Optional, Predef, Program Options,
    Python, Rational, System, Stacktrace, Test, TypeIndex and Uuid.
    For complete list of changes, see
  - refreshed patches: boost-no_type_punning.patch,
  - dropped: python_numpy_retfunc.patch - no longer needed
* Tue Jul 03 2018
  - Re-enable python2 module build by default. Still too many things
    depend on it.
* Tue May 22 2018
  - fix packaging of Boost.Contract on s390 and other platforms
    without Boost.Context support.
  - fix build on older SLE SP by owning /usr/share/licenses directory
* Wed Apr 04 2018
  - Update to version 1.67.0
    New libraries:
    * Contract: Contract programming for C++. All contract
      programming features are supported: Subcontracting, class
      invariants, postconditions (with old and return values),
      preconditions, customizable actions on assertion failure (e.g.,
      terminate or throw), optional compilation and checking of
      assertions, etc, from Lorenzo Caminiti.
    * HOF: Higher-order functions for C++, from Paul Fultz II.
    Breaking changes in updated libraries:
    * atomic: Breaking change: Changed the result of the
      (op)_and_test operations added in Boost 1.66 to the opposite -
      the functions now return true if the operation result is
      non-zero. This is consistent with other test methods in
      Boost.Atomic and the C++ standard library. Users can define
      code to emit warnings on every use of the changed functions.
      This way users can locate the code that needs to be updated.
    * multiprecission: When converting a multiprecision integer to a
      narrower type, if the value is too large (or negative) to fit
      in the smaller type, then the result is either the maximum (or
      minimum) value of the target type. This was always the intended
      behaviour, but was somewhat haphazardly enforced before. If you
      really do want just the low order N bits of a value, then you
      will need to mask these out prior to the case, for example:
      static_cast<unsigned>(~static_cast<unsigned>(0) & my_value).
      Note that technically (to avoid undefined behaviour) you should
      do the same thing with built in integer types too.
    * spirit: Removed `with_context`
      utility: <boost/utility.hpp> header no longer includes
      boost::next and boost::prior as they have been moved to the
      iterator module. Instead include <boost/next_prior.hpp>. Other
      uses of <boost/utility.hpp> are discouraged, it's better to use
      the header for the specific functionality instead.
    * uuid: random_generator is no longer copyable
    Libraries that were updated: Asio, Atomic, Beast, ContainerHash,
    Context, Core, Coroutine2, DateTime, DLL, Fiber, Filesystem,
    Fusion, Locale, Log, Math, Multi-index Containers,
    Multiprecission, Optional, Phoenix, PolyCollection, Python,
    Spirit, Stacktrace, Test, TypeIndex, TypeTraits, Utility,
    Unordered, Units, Uuid, and Variant. For complete list of
    changes, see,
  - refreshed patches:
    * boost-strict_aliasing.patch
    * boost-aarch64-flags.patch
  - python_library_name.patch: adapted to not append version number
    to library names, like new boost is doing.
  - disable python2 builds by default
  - use regular Requires for libboost_header dependency
* Wed Apr 04 2018
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
* Fri Jan 19 2018
  - Multibuild requires versioned Name: tag and doesn't seem to do
    this automatically. (bnc#1076640)
* Mon Dec 18 2017
  - Update to version 1.66.0
    + Beast: new portable HTTP, WebSocket and network operations
      using Boost.Asio. Header-only library.
    + Callable Traits: new library and successor to
      Boost.FunctionTypes. Header-only library.
    + Mp11: new metaprogramming library
    + Asio:
    * implemented interface changes to reflect the Networking TS
    * functions and classes that have been superseded by
      Networking TS functionality have been deprecated.
    * added support for customized handler tracking
    * removed previously deprecated functions
    + Atomic: improved compatibility with GCC 7. 128-bit operations
      on x86_64 no longer require linking with compiled library.
    + DateTime: Fixed an integral overflow that could cause incorrect
      results when adding or subtracting many years from a date.
    + Format: New format specifiers added and volatile arguments
      can not be safely used with operator%
    + Fusion:
    * fix compile error with std::array
    * remove circular preprocessor include
    + PolyCollection: backported to GCC 4.8 and 4.9 with some
    + Uuid: added RTF-4122 namespaces in boost::uuids::ns
    + for complete changelog, see
  - refreshed patches: boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch
* Wed Nov 29 2017
  - re-enable Python 2 by default. It's still conditional, but
    remains enabled by default. This can be disabled in project
* Tue Oct 24 2017
  - build Python 2 conditionally
* Tue Oct 10 2017
  - Use multibuild setup - build no-dependency libraries in the
    base package and build the rest of the compiled libraries in
    the main variant. This should speed up bootstrapping.
  - boost-devel not built by default anymore.
  - libboost_headers-devel now provides boost-devel for legacy
    dependencies. If you need compiled boost libraries depend on
    the current compiled devel subpackage.
  - run %fdupes only on the header files and documentation
  - drop build dependencies on gcc-fortran, chrpath.
* Mon Oct 09 2017
  - Setup MPI environment prior to building boost.
  - Switch to OpenMPI2 as OpenMPI1 is becoming deprecated.
* Wed Sep 20 2017
  - New upstream version 1.65.1
    + config, fiber - Return a continuation from functions executed
      by resume_with.
    + stacktrace - Change preprocessor file extensions to work with
      the installation system.
  - Changes in version 1.65.0
    + stacktrace - new library providing call sequence in human
      readable format.
    + polycollection - new library providing fast containers of
      polymorphic objects, from Joaquín M López Muñoz.
    + For full list of changes, see
  - 1d862615.patch: upstreamed and removed
  - gcc_path.patch: obsolete, tr1 module is removed
  - mpi_upstream.patch: upstreamed and removed
  - boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch: refreshed
  - python_library_name.patch: refreshed and reverted upstream
    changes to mpi/build/Jamfile as we are building python2 and
    python3 versions of MPI separately.
  - baselibs.conf
    + add libboost_stracktrace
    + update to version 1.65.1
* Tue May 09 2017
  - 1d862615.patch: Fix regression caused by refactoring of
    serialization code (bnc#1038083)
* Mon May 08 2017
  - make python-numpy optional build dependency
  - fix building of mpi python3 plugin
* Thu Apr 20 2017
  - New upstream version 1.64.0
    + process - new library providing cross platform methods to
    - create child processes
    - setup stream for child processes
    - sync and async communication streams with children
    - sync and async wait
    - process termination
    + geometry library had some breaking changes,
    - ublas_transformer is renamed to matrix_transformer
    - explicit modifier is added to constructors of rtree
      index::dynamic_* parameters
    - strategy::area::huiller replaced by strategy::area::spherical
    + context library updates
    - deprecated API:execution-context
    - fixed bad assembly for fcontext on ppc64/sysv/elf
    + Updated libraries: any, atomic, config, container, context,
      conversion, core, coroutine2, fiber, hash, interprocess,
      intrusive, lexicalcast, math, multi-index containers,
      multiprecision, predef, program options, regex, smart pointers,
      test ,typeindex, typetraits, unordered, variant
    + for details, see
  - Build PyNumpy module
    + add build requires on python-numpy
  - test_lowcase.patch: upstreamed
  - refreshed patches: boost-strict_aliasing.patch, gcc_path.patch,
  - mpi_upstream.patch: pending upstream fixes to OpenMPI build
  - python_library_name.patch: we are building python versions in
    different stagings so drop library renames.
  - python_numpy_retfunc.patch: rpmlint fixes
* Fri Feb 10 2017
  - update python macros
* Fri Feb 03 2017
  - baselibs.conf: (re)add python 2.7 and 3.x libraries
* Wed Jan 25 2017
  - Fix dependency typos.
* Tue Jan 17 2017
  - test_lowcase.patch: downcase Boost::Test usage of uppercase
    variables. VERSION was clashing with GNU Autotools define
    resulting in compilation errors of various packages.
  - recombine headers from various devel subpackages under the
    libboost_headers-devel package. Not all usage of headers that
    have compiled parts pull in their associated compiled symbols.
  - general cleanup of the spec file from old, commented stuffs
* Sun Jan 15 2017
  - remove non-existent dependency in the boost mpi python package
* Wed Jan 04 2017
  - update to version 1.63.0
    * updated libraries: atomic, container, context, fiber,
      fusion, geometry, hash, interprocess, intrusive, lexical cast,
      log, metaparse, move, optional, phoenix, python, test,
      typeindex, units, unordered
    * see
      for complete list of changes
  - refresh patches
    * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch
    * boost-strict_aliasing.patch, and enable -fno-strict-aliasing
      for python module
  - baselibs.conf:
    * add libboost_locale
    * rename python to include new soname
  - remove python-2059618.patch, not needed
  - make build condition --without buil_mpi work
  - allow building without python3 bindings, for SLE11SP4
  - remove versioned build dependency on libicu-devel, apparently
    not needed.
  - split out the boost-devel package into individudal compiled
    libraries and their -devel subpackages and libboost_headers-devel
    package for header-only libraries.
  - remove all the symlinks, probably not needed anymore.
  - ship MPI python bindings for both Python 2.7 and 3.x
    * add python_mpi.patch to allow proper compiled library loading
  - dynamic_linking.patch: first attempt to remove static library
    generation during build process.
* Tue Nov 08 2016
  - Revert upstream change that set default python version and
    ignored user configuration.
    python-2059618.patch (boo#1006584)
* Thu Nov 03 2016
  - Rectify groups and description
* Fri Sep 30 2016
  - package boost-jam
  - add missing ldconfig for libboost_type_erasure
  - fix EOL encoding for documentation files
* Thu Sep 29 2016
  - update to version 1.62.0
    * new library: fiber: framework for userland-threads/fibers
    * new library: QVM: library for working with quaternions,
      vectors and matrices of static size
    * see
      for complete changelog
  - remove boost-fix_include_config.patch - upstreamed
  - gcc_path.patch - fix GCC search paths (bnc#996917)
    Boost assumes /usr/include/c++/x.y.z/ existence for GCC 4.x
    onward while our version of GCC only has /usr/include/c++/x.y
    for 4.x GCC and /usr/include/c++/x/ for 5.x onward.
  - migrate to using %bcond_ instead of hardcoding macros
    for different Boost features
  - better way to limit max number of compilation units than
    by reading /proc/meminfo and guesstimating.
* Thu Aug 18 2016
  - Fix boo#994378, boo#994381, boo#994382 boo#994383:
    Fix build issues when optional_fwd.hpp is used before
    including boost/config.hpp
  - Add boost-fix_include_config.patch from
* Fri Aug 12 2016
  - build it from "boost.spec", but create versioned "boost-1_61-devel"
* Fri Jun 17 2016
  - build quickbook also in versioned package
* Tue Jun 14 2016
  - update to version 1.61.0
    Details on
    Obsolete patches:
    * boost-1.59-test-fenv.patch
    * boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch
* Tue Jun 14 2016
  - rename package to boost-1_60 to allow multiple versions
* Tue Mar 29 2016
  - Fix build on systems with GCC4
* Sun Feb 14 2016
  - Added libboost_python3 to the dependency macro.
    * boost-devel will now correctly requires libboost_python3.
* Mon Jan 18 2016
  - Add boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch to fix deprecated
    type_traits usage in boost/graph/adjacency_matrix.hpp header.
* Mon Jan 04 2016
  - Add the following patches from Fedora to fix underlinking in
    boost::python code
    * boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch
    * boost-1.57.0-python-libpython_dep.patch
    * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch
* Wed Dec 23 2015
  - Updated to version 1.60.0
    * New library: VMD.
    * Updated libraries: Atomic, Chrono, Container, Context, Core,
      Filesystem, Flyweight, Fusion, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical
      Cast, Locale, log, Move, Multi-index Containers, odeint,
      Optional, Predef, Test, Thread, UUID
    * See for
      complete changelog.
  - Modified patch:
    * boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch
    - rediff to a new context
  - Removed patch:
    * boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch
    - integrated upstream
  - Add libboost_type_erasure subpackage
* Sun Dec 13 2015
  - Add support to Boost:Python3 (boo#951902)
    * New library: python3
* Tue Dec 08 2015
  - Add boost-visibility.patch to make members of basic_xml_grammar<char>
    visible (boo#958150).
  - Fix redefinition of _docdir.
* Thu Nov 26 2015
  - coroutine2 depends on context, disable it if context is not built
* Fri Oct 23 2015
  - Updated to version 1.59.0:
    * New libraries: Convert, Coroutine2
    * Updated Libraries: Container, Context, Coroutine, Fusion,
      Geometry, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Move,
      Multi-index Containers, Predef, Program Options, Property Tree,
      Boost.Test v3, TypeIndex, Variant
    * See for
      complete changelog.
  - context now builds on aarch64
  - Import two patches from Fedora: boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch,
  - Drop 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch,
    boost-uuid-comparison.patch, boost-unrecognized-option.patch.
    Fixed upstream.
* Thu Jun 11 2015
  - Remove unneeded dependency on xorg-x11-devel
* Thu May 21 2015
  - boost-unrecognized-option.patch: remove unrecognized option -m32
* Sat May 09 2015
  - update to 1.58.0:
    boost docs remain at 1.56 since upstream hasn't updated yet
    * New Libraries: Endian, Sort.
    * Updated Libraries: Asio, Chrono, Container, Context, Conversion,
    DateTime, Flyweight, Function, Functional/Factory, Fusion, Geometry,
    Hash, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Math, Move,
    Multi-index Containers, Multiprecision, Optional, Phoenix,
    Predef, Random, Thread, TypeErasure, TypeIndex, Units,
    Unordered, Variant.
  - add 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch ,
    0002-Fix-a-regression-with-non-constexpr-types.patch: Fixes regressions
    in 1.58
  - drop bjam-alignment.patch, boost-gcc5.patch: Already fixed upstream
  - add boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch: Build only with optflags
  - add boost-aarch64-flags.patch: Avoid using -m64
  - add boost-uuid-comparison.patch: Fix regression in UUID operator<
  - add boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch: Disable pch on math library
    to avoid compiler segfault
* Mon Mar 09 2015
  - Add quickbook subpackage
* Mon Feb 23 2015
  - Use $RPM_OPT_FLAGS for building, force use of the GCC toolset.
    Be more verbose and fail building with the first error.
  - Add boost-gcc5.patch to use -std=c++11 when building the coroutines
    module which fixes build with GCC 5.
* Fri Dec 05 2014
  - Revert the python3 building: it resulted in BOTH libboost_python
    libraries to be using python 3 instructions, resulting in
    failures of all Py2 related packages.
* Thu Oct 02 2014
  - Added boost_python3 for boost 1.56.0, config based on
* Sat Sep 27 2014
  - Update documentation tarball (source was changed)
  - Fix aarch64 build
* Thu Aug 14 2014
  - Update to version 1.56.0. Major changes since 1.54.0:
    New libraries:
    * Predef: This library defines a set of compiler, architecture,
      operating system, library, and other version numbers from the
      information it can gather of C, C++, Objective C, and Objective
      C++ predefined macros or those defined in generally available
      headers, from Rene Rivera.
    * Align: Memory alignment functions, allocators, and adaptors.
    * Type_Index: Runtime/Compile time copyable type info.
    For a detailed descriptions see:
  - Rebase boost-thread.patch
  - Rabase boost-use_std_xml_catalog.patch
  - Rebase bjam-alignment.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-glibc-2.18.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-1.54-001-coroutine.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-1.54-002-date-time.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-1.54-003-log.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-1.54-change85160.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-1.54.0-thread-link_atomic.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-ppc64-abiv2-context.patch
  - Remove obsolete boost-ppc64-abiv2-coroutine.patch
  - Remove outdated man pages boost_1_54_man.tar.bz2
* Wed Jul 30 2014
  - add baselibs.conf as source
* Tue Jul 22 2014
  - Ensure there is enough disk space available for build.
* Tue Jul 22 2014
  - use only JOBS=2 to avoid gcc being killed with OOM when memory is
    between 4G and 7G.
* Tue Apr 29 2014
  - ppc64 ABIv2 support
  - enable build_context for ppc64le
  - added patches:
    * boost-ppc64-abiv2-context.patch
    * boost-ppc64-abiv2-coroutine.patch
* Sat Apr 19 2014
  - Fix quoting while creating shared build instructions
  - Properly configure library list
  - bjam-alignment.patch: fix alignment check in bjam
* Tue Apr 01 2014
  - buildignore python, python-base is enough
* Tue Mar 11 2014
  - further improved the use of supplied b2 /,
    include user-config.jam, and remove superfluous python
    and gcc instructions from user-config.jam
* Mon Mar 10 2014
  - fix problem with executable .pdf in doc by correcting
    permissions after install (%attr with a dir failed on
  - add dependency on zlib-devel and libbz2-devel and use the
    supplied script in building. This adds
    on-the-fly compression to boost-iostreams
* Thu Feb 27 2014
  - remove broken python module
  - trying to make the build more reliable:
    * use -fno-var-tracking in cxxflags as recommended by richi
    * disable parallel build on low memory
* Sat Feb 08 2014
  - Add post and postun sections for libboost_graph_parallel.
* Fri Feb 07 2014
  - add boost-1.54.0-thread-link_atomic.patch fixing upstream issue
    (fixes compilation failure of snapper on various platforms)
* Wed Feb 05 2014
  - enable build_mpi on s390/s390x
* Tue Jan 07 2014
  - Disable coroutine library together with context
* Sat Jan 04 2014
  - fix build of libzypp - patch from boost's track
  - added patches:
    * boost-1.54-change85160.patch
* Tue Nov 26 2013
  - Add boost-pool_check_overflow.patch: Prevent possible overflow when
    calculating the amount to malloc (bnc#765443).
    Fix from
* Sun Oct 20 2013
  - Split libboost_graph so that the MPI components are not forced
* Wed Sep 18 2013
  - Update to 1.54.0. Major changes since 1.53.0:
    New libraries:
    * Log: Logging library, from Andrey Semashev.
    * TTI: Type Traits Introspection library, from Edward Diener.
    * Type Erasure: Runtime polymorphism based on concepts.
    For a detailed descriptions see
  - Update broken patch:
    * boost-use_std_xml_catalog.patch
  - Delete merged patch:
    * boost-fix_ppc64_asm.patch
  - Add post-release fix patches:
    * boost-1.54-001-coroutine.patch
    * boost-1.54-002-date-time.patch
    * boost-1.54-003-log.patch
  - build_pdf define was deleted as unused;
    package_pdf was refactored.
  - _constraints was added to request more memory to build.
* Sun Aug 18 2013
  - Fix build with updated glibc:
    * boost-glibc-2.18.patch - taken from upstream scm
* Sat Jun 08 2013
  - Build context library only on supported architectures
  - Reenable mpi on aarch64
  - Avoid duplication between %build and %install
* Wed Apr 03 2013
  - Apply upstream patch that fixes the ppc64 code in boost::context
    (boost#8374): boost-fix_ppc64_asm.patch
* Fri Mar 22 2013
  - Rename manpages to avoid conflict with other packages
* Thu Mar 21 2013
  - Added url as source.
    Please see
* Sat Mar 16 2013
  - Update to 1.53.0. Major changes since 1.49.0:
    New libraries:
    * Algorithm:  A collection of useful generic algorithms.
    * Context:  Context switching library.
    * Functional/OverloadedFunction: Overload different functions.
    * LocalFunction: Program functions locally, within other functions.
    * Utility/IdentityType: Wrap types within round parenthesis.
    For a detailed descriptions see
  - Delete unneeded patches:
    * boost-chrono_add_function_return.patch
    * boost-fix_documentation.patch
    * boost-time_utc.patch
* Wed Feb 27 2013
  - build without openmpi on aarch64 for now
* Wed Jan 23 2013
  - Require package for ICU having same minimum version that the build requires.
  - Avoid obsoleting older versions of boost documentation to allow multiple boost package versions in same environment.
* Thu Jan 17 2013
  - use bzip2 instead of xz to support older SUSE releases
* Thu Sep 06 2012
  - license update: BSL-1.0
    Boost Software License 1.0 is available in SPDX format on as BSL-1.0
* Thu Aug 02 2012
  - Add patch from upstream to use TIME_UTC_ instead of TIME_UTC since
    the later is part of ISO C11.
* Fri May 18 2012
  - Fix timer post script, it used the comment as content.
* Fri May 11 2012
  - fixing the previous fix
* Wed May 09 2012
  - fixing baselibs.conf after version bump
* Sat Mar 17 2012
  - Adjust Require for new libxslt-tools
* Tue Mar 13 2012
  - Update to 1.49.0. Major changes since 1.46.1:
    New libraries:
    * Heap.
    * Container
    * Locale
    * Move
    * Chrono
    * Geometry
    * Phoenix
    * Ratio
    For a detailed descriptions see
  - Rebuilt the man documentation with gcc 4.5 as the current gcc
    segfaults when building quickbook.
  - Package PDF documentation independent of whether we build it
  - Fix missing function return in Boost::Chrono's process_cpu_clocks.hpp
* Mon Feb 13 2012
  - patch license to follow standard
* Tue Dec 06 2011
  - Do not package NEWS and LICENSE twice.
* Fri Nov 25 2011
  - Remove redundant/unwanted tags/section (cf. specfile guidelines)
* Thu Nov 24 2011
  - dropped visit_each patch (bnc#714373)
* Mon Oct 03 2011
  - disable openmpi on %%arm
* Mon Apr 18 2011
  - update baselibs.conf
* Mon Mar 21 2011
  - Fix attribute handling problem in spirit library,
* Mon Mar 21 2011
  - Prefix bug numbers.
* Fri Mar 18 2011
  - Make packaging of the pdf documentation configurable.
* Fri Mar 18 2011
  - Update to 1.46.1, a bugfix release:
    • Asio:
    - EV_ONESHOT seems to cause problems on some versions of Mac OS X, with
      the io_service destructor getting stuck inside the close() system call.
      Changed the kqueue backend to use EV_CLEAR instead (boost#5021).
    - Fixed compile failures with some versions of g++ due to the use of
      anonymous enums (boost#4883).
    - Fixed a bug on kqueue-based platforms, where some system calls that
      repeatedly fail with EWOULDBLOCK are not correctly re-registered with
    - Changed asio::streambuf to ensure that its internal pointers are
      updated correctly after the data has been modified using std::streambuf
      member functions.
    - Fixed a bug that prevented the linger socket option from working on
      platforms other than Windows.
    For the rest see NEWS or the boost web site
* Wed Mar 16 2011
  - Remove comment chars from doc-pdf description.
* Mon Mar 14 2011
  - Use xz to compress tarballs.
  - Generate new man pages tarball.
  - Update pdf tarball.
  - Update to 1.46:
    New Libraries
      Icl: Interval Container Library, interval sets and maps and
      aggregation of associated values, from Joachim Faulhaber.
    For the rest of the changes see NEWS in the package documentation
    directory or see .
* Thu Nov 25 2010
  - Remove the boost specific autoconf macros now that we have the
    complete autoconf archive packaged (bnc#655747).
  - Move the lib64 patch over to autoconf-archive.
* Mon Oct 25 2010
  - take care of random library (build 32bit on x86_64 and
    require it in boost-devel)
* Wed Sep 29 2010
  - fix baselibs.conf
* Fri Sep 03 2010
  - Shorten the list of update items.
  - Fix typo in spec.
* Thu Aug 26 2010
  - Redo the lib64 patch for the boost autoconf macros so that
    lib64 is used on all archs that need it.
  - Remove the ICU patch.
* Thu Aug 26 2010
  - Update to 1.44.0:
    New Libraries:
    * Meta State Machine: High-performance expressive UML2 finite
      state machines
    * Polygon: Booleans/clipping, resizing/offsetting and more for
      planar polygons with integral coordinates
    Updated Libraries:
    * Accumulators:
    * Asio:
    * Foreach:
    * Fusion:
    * Hash:
    * Math:
    * MPL:
    * Multi-index Containers:
    * Proto:
    * Regex:
    * Thread:
    * Type Traits:
    * uBLAS:
    * Utility:
    * Uuid:
    * Config:
    * Xpressive:
    * Filesystem:
      o This release contains both version 2 and version 3 of the
      library.  Version 3 is a major upgrade that will break some
      existing user code, so version 2 is the default.  Users are
      encouraged to migrate to version 3.  See 'Version 2' and
      'Version 3' for more information.
    * Iostreams:
      o Several fixes for file descriptors class, including a
      breaking change to the constructors and open methods for
      file_descriptor, file_descriptor_source and
      file_descriptor_sink.  See the documentation for details.
      The old methods are still available if you define
    * Spirit: Spirit V2.4, see the 'What's New' section for details.
    * System:
      o Change system_category and generic_category to functions, to
      conform to the C++0x FCD.  This change may cause compile
      errors some user code; the fix is add "()" to references to
      system_category and generic_category, so that they become
      function calls.
    * Wave: See the Changelog for details.
    Major Changes in 1.43.0:
    New Libraries
    * Functional/factory: Function objects for dynamic and by-value
    * Functional/forward: Function object adapters to address the
      forwarding problem
    For a complete list of changes see and
* Fri Jul 09 2010
  - Rename patch to be identical to the one checked in for 11.3.
    The patch adds an explicite specialization to the call to prevent
    unwanted temporary instantiations.
* Fri Jul 09 2010
  - fix bug that shows with gcc 4.5 (bnc#621140)
* Wed Jun 16 2010
  - Noarch sub packages only doable from 11.2 on up.
* Thu Jun 10 2010
  - build 32bit-packages
* Mon May 24 2010
  - disable long double support for hppa
* Thu May 20 2010
  - openmpi does not build on hppa
* Thu Apr 29 2010
  - Move provides/obsoletes for boost-license to the right section
* Mon Apr 26 2010
  - Delete unneeded patches.
* Wed Apr 14 2010
  - Readd those patches that are still needed.
  - Try to fix an aliasing bug in function_base.hpp
  - Build man pages locally and only include them as a tarball.
  - Split documentation in in format specific packages.
* Fri Apr 02 2010
  - update to 1.42.0:
    New Libraries
    * Uuid: A universally unique identifier, from Andy Tompkins.
    Updated Libraries (see README for details)
    * Asio:
    * Circular Buffer:
    * Fusion:
    * Graph:
    * Integer:
    * Iostreams:
    * Program.Options:
    * PropertyMap:
    * Proto:
    * Regex:
    * Spirit:
    * Unordered:
    * Xpressive:
  - update to 1.41.0:
    New Libraries
    * Property Tree: A tree data structure especially suited to storing
      configuration data, from Marcin Kalicinski and Sebastian Redl.
    Updated Libraries (see README for details)
    * DateTime:
    * Filesystem:
    * Iostreams:
    * Math:
    * Multi-index Containers:
    * Proto:
    * Regex:
    * Spirit:
    * System:
    * Thread:
    * Unordered:
    * Utility:
    * Wave:
    * Xpressive:
  - update to 1.40.0:
    Updated Libraries (see README for details)
    * Accumulators:
    * Asio:
    * Circular Buffer:
    * Foreach:
    * Function:
    * Fusion:
    * Graph:
    * Hash:
    * Interprocess:
    * Intrusive:
    * MPL:
    * Program.Options:
    * Property Map:
    * Proto:
    * Random:
    * Serialization:
    * Unordered:
    * Xpressive:
  - removed patches no longer needed
* Wed Jan 06 2010
  - documentation change needed to be done in
    (not boost.spec)
  - openmpi change was missing too; add it now
* Tue Dec 15 2009
  - add baselibs for SPARC
  - add baselibs.conf as a source
  - deactivate use of openmpi on SPARC, as compat-dapl is not
  - package documentation as noarch
* Mon Oct 19 2009
  - Provide/Obsolete boost-license (bnc#544958)
* Thu Aug 06 2009
  - Add a fix from boost bugtracker that fixes the hash resizing
  - Add a test for cancelling deadline timers from the same changeset.
* Tue Aug 04 2009
  - Readd the patch to fix the misplaced ifdef in
* Tue Jul 28 2009
  - update to 1.39.0:
    New Libraries
    * Signals2: Managed signals & slots callback implementation (thread-safe version 2),
      from Frank Mori Hess.
    Updated Libraries (see README for details)
    * Asio:
    * Flyweight:
    * Foreach:
    * Hash:
    * Interprocess:
    * Intrusive:
    * Program.Options:
    * Proto:
    * PtrContainer:
    * Range:
    * Unordered:
    * Xpressive:
  - removed patches no longer needed (hoping the best for ppc asm)
* Thu Apr 16 2009
  - as agreed with maintainer, get rid of static libraries
* Wed Apr 15 2009
  - buildfix: fix typo in specfile
* Mon Mar 16 2009
  - Don't rely on system default mpi implementation being set. This
    fixes building boost on systems before openSUSE 11.0.
* Tue Mar 03 2009
  - Fix misplaced ifdef in template_function.hpp:move_assign. Fixes
    building software that defines BOOST_NO_EXCEPTION (bnc#479659).
* Wed Feb 25 2009
  - Fix packaging of the documentation.
* Sun Feb 22 2009
  - Fix the line in the spec that copies the documentation.
* Fri Feb 20 2009
  - Put the license in a versioned package. This allows installing
    libraries in parallel (bnc#477603).
* Fri Feb 13 2009
  - Fix spec file (remove patches).
* Wed Feb 11 2009
  - Add boost autoconf macros from the autoconf archive to the
    - devel package.
  - Update to 1.38.0:
    New Libraries
    * Flyweight:
      o Design pattern to manage large quantities of highly redundant
      objects, from Joaquín M López Muñoz.
    * ScopeExit:
      o Execute arbitrary code at scope exit, from Alexander Nasonov.
    * Swap:
      o Enhanced generic swap function, from Joseph Gauterin.
    Updated Libraries
    * Accumulators:
      o Add rolling_sum, rolling_count and rolling_mean accumulators.
    * Any:
      o Use a by-value argument for operator= (#2311).
    * Asio:
      o Improved compatibility with some Windows firewall software.
      o Ensured arguments to windows::overlapped_ptr::complete() are
      correctly passed to the completion handler (#2614).
      o Drop back to using a pipe for notification if eventfd is not
      available at runtime on Linux (#2683).
      o Various minor bug and documentation fixes (#2534, #2541,
      [#2607], #2617, #2619)
    * Config:
      o Add new macros BOOST_NO_STD_UNORDERED and
      o Added Codegear compiler support.
      o Added Dragonfly to the BSD family of configs.
      o Recognise latest compilers from MS and Intel.
    * Date_Time:
      o Added support for formatting and reading time durations longer
      than 24 hours with new formatter: %0.
      o Removed the testfrmwk.hpp file from the public include directory.
      o Fixed several bugs and compile errors.
      o For full details see the change history
    * Exception:
      o Improved and more customizable diagnostic_information output.
    * Filesystem:
      o Fix native(name) test failures on POSIX-like systems.
      o Several bugfixes (#2543, #2224, #2531, #1840, #2542).
    * Graph:
      o Added a new algorithms for Travelling Salesman Problem
      approximation (metric_tsp_approx) and resource-constrained
      Shortest Paths (r_c_shortest_paths).
      o Support for named vertices in adjacency_list.
      o A number of bugfixes ( #416, #1622, #1700, #2209, #2392,
      [#2460], and #2550)
    * Hash:
      o boost/functional/detail/container_fwd.hpp has been moved to
      boost/detail/container_fwd.hpp.  The current location is
      o For more detail, see the library changelog.
    * Interprocess:
      o Updated documentation to show rvalue-references functions
      instead of emulation functions.
      o More non-copyable classes are now movable.
      o Move-constructor and assignments now leave moved object in
      default-constructed state instead of just swapping contents.
      o Several bugfixes (#2391, #2431, #1390, #2570, #2528).
    * Intrusive:
      o New treap-based containers: treap, treap_set, treap_multiset.
      o Corrected compilation bug for Windows-based 64 bit compilers.
      o Corrected exception-safety bugs in container constructors.
      o Updated documentation to show rvalue-references functions
      instead of emulation functions.
    * Lexical Cast:
      o Changed to work without RTTI when BOOST_NO_TYPEID is defined
    * Math:
      o Added Johan Råde's optimised floating point classification routines.
      o Fixed code so that it compiles in GCC's -pedantic mode (bug report #1451).
    * Multi-index Containers:
      o Some redundant type definitions have been deprecated. Consult the
      library release notes for further information.
    * Proto:
      o Fix problem with SFINAE of binary operators (Bug 2407).
      o Fix proto::call transform for callable transforms with >3 arguments.
      o result_of::value changed behavior for array-by-value terminals.
      o unpack_expr requires only Forward Sequences rather than Random Access
      o Deprecate legacy undocumented BOOST_PROTO_DEFINE_(VARARG_)FUNCTION_TEMPLATE
      o Add BOOST_PROTO_REPEAT and BOOST_PROTO_LOCAL_ITERATE macros to help with
      repetitive code generation
      o Support for nullary expressions with tag types other than
      o Allow 0- and 1-argument variants of proto::or_ and proto::and_
    * Regex:
      o Breaking change: empty expressions, and empty alternatives are
      now allowed when using the Perl regular expression syntax.
      This change has been added for Perl compatibility, when the
      new syntax_option_type no_empty_expressions is set then the
      old behaviour is preserved and empty expressions are
      prohibited.  This is issue #1081.
      o Added support for Perl style ${n} expressions in format strings
      (issue #2556).
      o Added support for accessing the location of sub-expressions
      within the regular expression string (issue #2269).
      o Fixed compiler compatibility issues #2244, #2514, and #2458.
    * Thread:
      o No longer catches unhandled exceptions in threads as this debuggers
      couldn't identify the cause of unhandled exceptions in threads. An
      unhandled exception will still cause the application to terminate.
    * TR1:
      o Added support for the TR1 math functions and the unordered
    * Type Traits:
      o Added support for Codegear intrinsics.
      o Minor tweaks to warning suppression and alignment_of code.
    * Unordered:
      o Use boost::swap.
      o Use a larger prime number list for selecting the number of buckets.
      o Use aligned storage to store the types.
      o Add support for C++0x initializer lists where they're available.
      o For more detail, see the library changelog.
    * Xpressive:
      o basic_regex gets nested syntax_option_flags and value_type typedef,
      for compatibility with std::basic_regex
      o Ported to Proto v4; Proto v2 at boost/xpressive/proto has been
      o regex_error inherits from boost::exception
    Other Changes
    * Experimental support for building Boost with CMake has been introduced in
      this version. For more details see the wiki, Discussion is taking place
      on the Boost-cmake mailing list.
    * Fixed subversion properties for several files. Most notably, unix shell
      scripts should always have unix line endings, even in the windows
* Fri Jan 09 2009
  - Apply patch in
* Thu Jan 08 2009
  - Actually use the patch.
* Wed Jan 07 2009
  - Initialize all data passed in the syscall to keep valgrind
    happy (bnc#461372).
* Thu Dec 11 2008
  - fix baselibs.conf (no requirement for boost-xxbit)
* Thu Nov 27 2008
  - update baselibs.conf
  - package only in mpi package, not in devel
* Wed Nov 19 2008
  - Made the use of the mpi-selector conditional for mpi-enabled
* Tue Nov 11 2008
  - SLE-11 uses PPC64 instead of PPC, adapt baselibs.conf
* Fri Oct 31 2008
  - Fix the bug that made boost.monitor mix up uid and pib and
    also make boost.monitor not special-case SIGCLD (bnc#439805)
  - Fix generation of default extension in boost.filesystem.
  - Make boost recommend library subpackages instead of requiring
    them to allow removal of unwanted libraries after update.
  - Run mkspec explicitely in a shell so that doesn't
    need to be executable.
  - Disable deletion of full-name symlinks in
  - Make boost-devel directly require all library subpackages.
  - boost.rpm isn't needed, even for updates, so don't build it and
    remove the README file needeed only for this package.
  - Make debug package require all library subpackages.
  - Add to ensure that boost.spec is regenerated
    at check-in time.
  - Make use sane library names. Only the multi-threaded
    libraries are built and these have no -mt in their name.
    Symlinks for convenience are spupplied.
  - Use -fno-strict-aliasing only for boost.python, where it's needed.
  - Don't use configure and make (only convenience wrappers) but
    call bjam directly.
* Mon Oct 27 2008
  - do not remove full-name symlinks for shared libs
* Thu Oct 23 2008
  - Use a script and a Makefile to generate boost.spec.
  - Pull in all libraries on update.
  - Modify README to apply to both openSUSE and SLE.
* Thu Oct 23 2008
  - fix regexp for short symlinks
  - hook all mpi related parts to build_mpi macro
  - disable build_mpi on ia64 s390 s390x for the moment
* Fri Oct 17 2008
  - Using a rpm macros in package name doesn't work with autobuild.
* Wed Oct 15 2008
  - Fix naming of library packages to match the horribly broken
    sonames of the boost libraries.
  - Add post/postun for all library packages.
  - Stop rpmlint warning about explicit library dependencies
    needed to pull in all library subpackages during updates.
* Tue Oct 14 2008
  - Fix build failure (README not in build directory).
* Tue Sep 02 2008
  - Split off runtime libraries into their own packages.
  - Update to 1.36.0:
    New Libraries
    * Accumulators: Framework for incremental calculation, and
      collection of statistical accumulators.
    * Exception: A library for transporting of arbitrary data in
      exception objects, and transporting of exceptions
      between threads.
    * Units: Zero-overhead dimensional analysis and unit/quantity
      manipulation and conversion.
    * Unordered: Unordered associative containers.
    Updated Libraries
    * Asio:
      o Added support for serial ports.
      o Added support for UNIX domain sockets.
      o Added support for raw sockets and ICMP.
      o Added wrappers for POSIX stream-oriented file descriptors
      (excluding regular files).
      o Added support for reactor-style operations using a new
      null_buffers type.
      o Added an iterator type for bytewise traversal of buffer
      o Added new read_until() and async_read_until() overloads that
      take a user-defined function object for locating message
      o Added an experimental two-lock queue (enabled by defining
      BOOST_ASIO_ENABLE_TWO_LOCK_QUEUE) that may provide better
      io_service scalability across many processors.
      o Various fixes, performance improvements, and more complete
      coverage of the custom memory allocation support.
    * Assign:list_of() (and its variants) now has overloaded comparison
      operators. This allows you to write test code such as
    * Foreach:BOOST_FOREACH macro for easily iterating over the elements
      of a sequence.
      o New BOOST_REVERSE_FOREACH macro for iterating over a sequence
      in reverse.
    * Function:
      o Improved allocator support.
    * Hash: Minor updates and fixes, for more info see the change log.
    * Interprocess:
      o Added anonymous shared memory for UNIX systems.
      o Fixed missing move semantics on managed memory classes.
      o Added copy_on_write and open_read_only options for shared
      memory and mapped file managed classes.
      o shared_ptr is movable and supports aliasing.
    * Intrusive:
      o Added linear<> and cache_last<> options to singly linked lists.
      o Added optimize_multikey<> option to unordered container hooks.
      o Optimized unordered containers when store_hash option is used
      in the hook.
      o Implementation changed to avoid explicit use of try-catch
      blocks and be compilable with exceptions disabled.
    * Math:
      o Added new non-central Chi-Square, Beta, F and T distributions.
      o Added Exponential Integral and Zeta special functions.
      o Added Rounding, Truncation, and Unit-in-the-last-place
      o Added support for compile time powers of a runtime base.
      o Added a few SSE2 based optimisations for the Lanczos
    * MPI:
      o Added support for non-blocking operations in Python
      o Added support for graph topologies.
    * Multi-index Containers: Minor additions and maintenance fixes.
      Consult the library release notes for
      further information.
    * PtrContainer: Support for a few more containers, and addition
      of insert iterators. For details see upgrading
    * Spirit: Integrated the "Classic" Spirit V1.8.x code base with
      Spirit V2, "The New Generation". See Change Log.
    * Thread:
      o New generic lock and try_lock functions for locking multiple
      mutexes at once.
      o Rvalue reference support for move semantics where the
      compilers supports it.
      o A few bugs fixed and missing functions added (including
      the serious win32 condition variable bug).
      o scoped_try_lock types are now backwards-compatible with
      Boost 1.34.0 and previous releases.
      o Support for passing function arguments to the thread
      function by supplying additional arguments to the thread
      o Backwards-compatibility overloads added for timed_lock and
      timed_wait functions to allow use of xtime for timeouts.
    * Wave:
      o Wave V2.0 is a new major release introducing some breaking
      API changes, preventing it to be used with Boost versions
      earlier than V1.36.0. Mainly, the API and hook interface
      have been streamlined for more consistency.
      o Fixed a couple of bugs, improved regression test system to
      include testing of the preporcessing hooks interface
      (for details see: Changelog).
    * Xpressive:
      o Regular expressions that can be written as strings or as
      expression templates, and that can refer to each other and
      themselves recursively with the power of context-free
      o skip() for specifying which parts of the input sequence
      to ignore when matching it against a regex.
      o regex_replace() accepts formatter objects and formatter
      expressions in addition to format strings.
      o Range-based regex_replace() algorithm.
      o Fix crash when semantic actions are placed in look-aheads,
      look-behinds or independent sub-expressions.
* Mon Jun 23 2008
  - Qualify name to avoid clash (bnc#401964)
* Fri Jun 20 2008
  - Fix ppc atomic ops.
* Thu Apr 10 2008
  - added baselibs.conf file to build xxbit packages
    for multilib support
* Mon Jan 28 2008
  - Remove obsolete patch again.
* Fri Jan 18 2008
  - Fix CVE-2008-0171 and CVE-2008-0171 (bugzilla #353180)
  - Qualify special_values_parser (bugzilla #353897)
* Thu Jan 17 2008
  - Remove obsolete patch.
* Mon Jan 14 2008
  - Move 1.34.1 from BS to Autobuild
  - Add patch for critical bug in Boost.Function.
  - Include C headers where necessary.
  - Make the tests for ULONG_MAX more readable 64.
* Wed Oct 24 2007
  - Use -fpermissive in addition to -O2 for building.
  - Add patch to enable building wave with GCC 4.3.
* Mon Aug 20 2007
  - Only use fdupes from 10.3 onwards.
* Sat Aug 11 2007
  - Fix spec file to build again.
* Thu Aug 09 2007
  - Add man pages (made for 1.33.1).
  - Package html documentation differently.
  - Check all links and add missing files that do exist.
  - Use %%fdupes
  - Add patch by to pass compiler flags into
  - Update to 1.34.1 and use .spec file from as
    a basis.
    Changes 1.33.1 -> 1.34.0:
    New Libraries:
    * Foreach Library: BOOST_FOREACH macro for easily iterating over
      the elements of a sequence,
    * Statechart Library: Arbitrarily complex finite state machines
      can be implemented in easily readable and
      maintainable C++ code,
    * TR1 Library: An implementation of the C++ Technical Report on Standard
      Library Extensions, from John Maddock. This library does
      not itself implement the TR1 components, rather it's a
      thin wrapper that will include your standard library's
      TR1 implementation (if it has one), otherwise it will
      include the Boost Library equivalents, and import them
      into namespace std::tr1. Highlights include: Reference
      Wrappers, Smart Pointers, result_of, Function Object
      Binders, Polymorphic function wrappers, Type Traits,
      Random Number Generators and Distributions, Tuples, Fixed
      Size Array, Hash Function Objects, Regular Expressions,
      and Complex Number Additional Algorithms.
    * Typeof Library: Typeof operator emulation, from Arkadiy Vertleyb
      and Peder Holt.
    * Xpressive Library: Regular expressions that can be written as strings
      or as expression templates, and that can refer to
      each other and themselves recursively with the
      power of context-free grammars, from Eric Niebler.
      Updated Libraries:
    * Assign Library:
      o Support for ptr_map<key,T> via the new function ptr_map_insert()
      o Support for initialization of Pointer Containers when the
      containers hold pointers to an abstract base class.
    * Date_time library:
      o Support for new US/Canada timezone rules and other bug fixes.
      See Change History for details.
    * Filesystem Library: Major upgrade in preparation for submission to the
      C++ Standards Committee for TR2. Changes include:
      o Internationalization, provided by class templates basic_path,
      basic_filesystem_error, basic_directory_iterator, and
      o Simplification of the path interface by eliminating special
      constructors to identify native formats.
      o Rationalization of predicate function design, including the
      addition of several new functions.
      o Clearer specification by reference to POSIX, the ISO/IEEE Single
      Unix Standard, with provisions for Windows and other operating
      o Preservation of existing user code whenever possible.
      o More efficient directory iteration.
      o Addition of a recursive directory iterator.
    * Function Library: Boost.Function now implements a small buffer
      optimization, which can drastically improve the
      performance when copying or constructing
      Boost.Function objects storing small function
      objects. For instance, bind(&X:foo, &x, _1, _2)
      requires no heap allocation when placed into a
      Boost.Function object.
    * Functional/Hash Library
      o Use declarations for standard classes, so that the library
      doesn't need to include all of their headers
      o Deprecated the <boost/functional/hash/*.hpp> headers.
      o Add support for the BOOST_HASH_NO_EXTENSIONS macro, which
      disables the extensions to TR1
      o Minor improvements to the hash functions for floating point numbers.
    * Graph Library:
      o edmonds_maximum_cardinality_matching,
      o lengauer_tarjan_dominator_tree,
      o compressed_sparse_row_graph,
      o sorted_erdos_renyi_iterator,
      o biconnected_components now supports a visitor and named
      o adjacency_matrix now models the Bidirectional Graph concept.
      o dijkstra_shortest_paths now calls vis.initialize_vertex for each
      vertex during initialization.
      o Note: the name of the compiled library for the GraphViz reader has
      changed to boost_graph (from bgl-viz) to match Boost conventions.
      o See the complete revision history for more information.
    * MultiArray Library: Boost.MultiArray now by default provides
      range-checking for operator[]. Range checking can
      be disabled by defining the macro
      BOOST_DISABLE_ASSERTS before including
      multi_array.hpp. A bug in multi_array::resize()
      related to storage orders was fixed.
    * Multi-index Containers Library:
      o New random access indices.
      o Non key-based indices feature new rearrange facilities.
      o This version also includes a number of optimizations and usage
      improvements. For a complete list of changes, see the library
      release notes.
    * Optional Library:
      o boost::none_t and boost::none now added to Optional's
      o Relational operators now directly support arguments of type
      'T' and 'none_t'
      o operator->() now also works with reference types.
      o Helper functions make_optional(val), make_optional(cond,val)
      and get_optional_value_or(opt,alternative_value) added.
      o Constructor taking a boolean condition (as well as a value)
      o Member function get_value_or(alternative_value) added.
      o Incompatbility bug with mpl::apply<> fixed.
      o Converting assignment bug with uninitialized lvalues fixed.
    * Parameter Library:
      o Every ArgumentPack is now a valid MPL Forward Sequence.
      o Support for unnamed arguments (those whose keyword is
      deduced from their types) is added.
      o Support for named and unnamed template arguments is added.
      o New overload generation macros solve the forwarding problem
      o See also the Python library changes, below.
    * Pointer Container Library:
      o Support for serialization via Boost.Serialization.
      o Exceptions can be disabled by defining the macro
      BOOST_PTR_CONTAINER_NO_EXCEPTIONS before including any header.
      This macro is defined by default if BOOST_NO_EXCEPTIONS is defined.
      o Additional std::auto_ptr<T> overloads added s.t. one can also
      pass std::auto_ptr<T> instead of only T* arguments to member
      o transfer() now has weaker requirements s.t. one can transfer
      objects from ptr_container<Derived> to ptr_container<Base>,
    * Python Library:
      o Boost.Python now automatically appends C++ signatures to
      docstrings. The new docstring_options.hpp header is available to
      control the content of docstrings.
      o stl_input_iterator, for turning a Python iterable object into an
      STL input iterator, from Eric Niebler.
      o Support for void* conversions is added.
      o Integrated support for wrapping C++ functions built with the
      parameter library; keyword names are automatically known to
      o Enhancements to the API for better embedding support
      (boost::python::import(), boost::python::exec(), and
    * Signals Library: More improvements to signal invocation performance.
    * Smart Pointers Library:
      o Allocator support as proposed in N1851 (162 Kb PDF).
      o pointer_cast and pointer_to_other utilities to allow
      pointer-independent code,
    * String Algorithm Library:
      o lexicographical_compare
      o join
      o New comparison predicates is_less, is_not_greater.
      o Negative indexes support (like Perl) in various algorihtms
      (*_head/tail, *_nth).
    * Wave Library:
      o Wave now correctly recognizes pp-number tokens as mandated by
      the C++ Standard, which are converted to C++ tokens right before
      they are returned from the library.
      o Several new preprocessing hooks have been added. For a complete
      description please refer to the related documentation page: The
      Context Policy.
      o Shared library (dll) support has been added for the generated
      Wave libraries.
      o The overall error handling has been improved. It is now possible
      to recover and continue after an error or a warning was issued.
      o Support for optional comment and/or full whitespace
      preservation in the generated output stream has been added.
      o The Wave library now performs automatic include guard
      detection to avoid accessing header files more than once, if
      o Full interactive mode has been added to the Wave tool. Now the
      Wave tool can be used just like Python or Perl for instance to
      interactively try out your BOOST_PP macros. Additionally it is
      now possible to load and save the current state of an
      interactive session (macro tables
      o The overall performance has been improved by upto 40-60%,
      depending on the concrete files to process.
      o Support for new pragmas has been added allowing to control
      certain library features from inside the preprocessed sources
      (partial output redirection, control of generated whitespace
      and #line directives).
      o Optional support for #pragma message "..." has been added.
      o This version also includes a number of bug fixes and usage
      improvements. For a complete list of changes, see the
      libraries change log.
    Fixes in 1.34.1:
    * Fixes for build on IBM pSeries for AIX and Linux
    * gcc-4.2 atomicity.h location fixed
    * [iostreams] zlib_compressor memory leaks in 1.34.0
    * filtering ostream problem... pushing zlib_compressor works in 1_33,
      dies in 1_34
    * [doc] The "Getting Started" page mentions incorrect library names
    * [filesystem] missing documentation or bad links
    * add missing docs for boost.python API enhancements.
    * Entire iostreams library outdated in 1.34.0
    * numeric_limits specializations in limits.hpp are incorrect
    * Updated ICU support in Boost.Regex
    * Make boost.python compatible with python 2.5
    * ::boost::detail::empty_base improved
    * Fix failing uild of libs/python/example/quickstart.
    * Fix problems when building Python modules on boost 1.34.0
    * Patches to allow boost 1.34.0 to compile with stricter warning
      checking under mac OS and gcc
    * Unable to compile Python example, tutorial, or quickstart with
      Boost 1_34_0
    * Improper overflow handling in shortest paths algorithms
    * Multiple include paths for Python
    * Add documentation for the iter_find/split algorithms
    * regex_token_iterator crashes
    * regex_error exception when quantifying some non-capturing groups
    * read_write_mutex docs don't clearly specify that the functionality
      is not present
  - Remove patches not needed anymore.
  - Replace file dupes by symlinks.
  - Add rpmlintrc to suppress rpmlint warnings for things that won't be
* Sun Jul 15 2007
  - Fix reference to atomicity.h.
* Sat Mar 24 2007
  - Add libbz2-devel to BuildRequires.
* Fri Sep 22 2006
  - Apply patch from community to build with Python 2.5
* Fri Jul 14 2006
  - fixed wrong usage of visit_each() (Bug #192116 )
* Thu Jul 13 2006
  - fixed link creation to, using %_lib instead
    of lib
* Mon Jun 19 2006
  - added a as a symlink to
* Tue Apr 04 2006
  - Add libboost_wave.a to file list
* Tue Apr 04 2006
  - Use explicit file names instead of wildcards to detect libraries
    that weren't built.
* Wed Feb 08 2006
  - Fix broken assembler constraints [#148429].
* Wed Jan 25 2006
  - converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Tue Jan 17 2006
  - Don't strip binaries.
* Wed Dec 07 2005
  - Fix cases of type-punning in boost::python
  - Compile without -fno-strict-aliasing again.
  - Remove unnecessary type attributes in forward declarations.
* Tue Dec 06 2005
  - Update to 1.33.1.
  - Fix use of uninitialized variable.
  - Compile with -fno-strict-aliasing.
  - Update NEWS file
* Thu Aug 25 2005
  - Incorporate fixes that are bound to be in 1.33.1
  - Build boost.regex with unicode support.
* Fri Aug 19 2005
  - Add a NEWS file.
* Thu Aug 18 2005
  - Update to 1.33.0 with 5 new libraries. See NEWS for specifics.
  - Fix use of uninitialized class member (
  - Compile with -O2 instead of -O3
  - Make build process use %optflags
* Thu Mar 10 2005
  - Update to 1.32.0
* Fri May 07 2004
  - Add convenience symlinks (#38491)
* Sun Apr 25 2004
  - build with several jobs
* Fri Mar 05 2004
  - Update to 1.31.0.
  - Make building boost work on Linux platforms where gcc does not
    define _REENTRANT when passed -pthread. Patch was done by
    Robert Schiele.
* Sat Jan 10 2004
  - add %run_ldconfig
* Wed Aug 20 2003
  - Update to 1.30.2, a bugfix release
* Wed Jul 23 2003
  - Initial package, based on the work by Robert Schiele.
  - Fix building with Python 2.3



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