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File lua-lmod.changes of Package lua-lmod

Mon Jun 26 08:55:33 UTC 2017 - dmueller@suse.com

- correct buildrequires for building on Leap 42.3 and on SLE15+

Fri Apr 28 17:49:00 UTC 2017 - eich@suse.com

- Add profile files for bash and csh. 

Fri Apr  7 15:50:53 UTC 2017 - eich@suse.com

- Build and package man page and other documentation, create a separate 
  package for additional documentation (bsc#1032970).

Thu Feb 16 13:24:51 UTC 2017 - jengelh@inai.de

- Replace redundant %__ macro indirections

Sat Nov 12 04:28:38 UTC 2016 - eich@suse.com

* Updated to version 6.5.11:
 - All the Lmod programs now resolve any symlinks to the
   actual program before adding to the Lua's package.path
   and package.cpath.
 - Contrib patch: Extend msgHook to LmodError and LmodWarning
 - Now using travis for CI and testing.
 - Configure time option to have Lmod check for magic TCL string in
   modulefiles (#%Module)
 - Lmod now uses a regular expression to match user commands
   to internal commands. For example "av", "ava" or "available"
   will match "avail"
 - Lmod now uses the values of LUA_PATH and LUA_CPATH at
   configuration time.  This way Lmod is safe from user changes
   to these important Lua values.
 - Updated documentation at lmod.readthedocs.org
 - Support for generating xalt_rmapT.json used by XALT.
 - Fixed bug with upcase characters in version file.   
 - It is now possible to configure Lmod to use the spider cache
   when loading (--with-cachedLoads=yes or
   export LMOD_CACHED_LOADS=1 to activate). This is off by
   default. Sites that use this will have to keep their spider
   caches up-to-date or user will not be able to load modules 
   not in the cache.
- It is now possible to configure Lmod to use Legacy Version
  ordering ( --with-legacyOrdering=yes or export
  LMOD_LEGACY_VERSION_ORDERING=1). With legacy ordering 9.0
  is "newer" than 10.0. This is the ordering that Tmod uses.
- Lmod will print admin message (a.k.a nag messages) when   
  doing module whatis <foo> or module help <foo>.  In other 
  words if a nag message would appear with module load <foo>
  then it will also appear when using whatis or help.
- Many improvement in the generation of the lmod database for
  module tracking.
- Numerous bug fixes.

Mon Oct 17 14:49:13 UTC 2016 - eich@suse.com

- Setting 'download_files' service to mode='localonly'
  and adding source tarball. (Required for Factory).

Wed Oct 12 17:45:52 UTC 2016 - eich@suse.com

- Initial version of Lmod: 6.0.24