File ffcall.changes of Package ffcall

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Tue Feb 20 13:40:17 UTC 2018 - werner@suse.de

- Correct order of %file and %defattr 

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Tue Feb 20 11:14:28 UTC 2018 - werner@suse.de

- Allow debuginfo 

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Mon Feb 19 08:53:22 UTC 2018 - werner@suse.de

- Update to (lib)fcall-2.1 release
  * Added support for the following platforms:
    (Previously, a build on these platforms failed.)
    - x86_64: Solaris 11.3.
    - OpenBSD 6.1.
    - HardenedBSD 10 and 11.
  * Fixed a bug regarding passing of pointers on the following platforms:
    - x86_64: Linux with x32 ABI: CC="gcc -mx32".
  * Fixed a crash in trampoline on the following platforms:
- Update the patch ffcall-trampoline.patch even if not applied

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Mon Sep 11 07:53:10 UTC 2017 - werner@suse.de

- Update to (lib)fcall-2.0 release
  * The package now installs a library libffcall.{a,so}. It contains the
    'avcall' and 'callback' packages. The libraries libavcall.{a,so} and
    libcallback.{a,so} are still installed as well, but are deprecated.
  * The installed libraries are now installed as shared libraries by default
    (except for libvacall, which is still a static library only).
  * The installed shared libraries are now properly versioned. This means that
    when installing with --enable-shared, upgrading to a newer version of
    libffcall will not break existing binaries.
  * The installed include files are now platform independent. This means that
    you can now install libffcall for different ABIs on the same system, using
    the same --prefix option but different --exec-prefix options for each ABI.
  * API changes in <trampoline.h>:
    - The second argument of alloc_trampoline() is now a 'void**', rather
      than a 'void*'.
    - The return value of trampoline_variable() is now a 'void**', rather
      than a 'void*'.
    - The argument of trampoline_address(), trampoline_variable(),
      trampoline_data() is now a function pointer instead of a 'void*'.
  * Fixed a bug regarding floating-point arguments followed by
    non-floating-point arguments on the following platforms:
    - arm: Linux 32-bit, with hardware floats.
    - powerpc: Linux 32-bit.
    - s390: Linux.
  * Fixed a bug regarding structure returns on the following platforms:
    - i386: FreeBSD.
    - i386: MinGW.
    - mips: old 32-bit ABI (Linux, IRIX).
  * Added support for the following platforms:
    (Previously, a build on these platforms failed.)
    - i386: MSVC 14.
    - x86_64: Cygwin.
    - x86_64: MinGW.
    - x86_64: MSVC 14.
    - hppa64: HP-UX 11.
    - m68k: Linux.
  * Verified support for the following platforms:
    (A build on these platforms worked and still works.)
    - i386: FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFly BSD.
    - i386: Hurd.
    - x86_64: FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD.
- New package libffcall0 to hold the new shared libraries
  mainly libffcall.so.0.0.0

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Wed Jun 28 06:07:53 UTC 2017 - werner@suse.de

- Accordingly to Bruno Haible the define -DMAP_VARIABLE=MAP_PRIVATE
  should become removed

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Mon Jun 26 13:04:17 UTC 2017 - werner@suse.de

- Add some more debug code for build architecture 

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Mon Jun 26 08:12:41 UTC 2017 - werner@suse.de

- Update to (lib)fcall-1.13 release
  * The license has been changed from GPLv2 to GPLv2+.
  * Added support for the following platforms:
    (Previously, a build on these platforms failed.)
    - x86_64: Mac OS X 64-bit.
    - x86_64: Solaris 64-bit.
    - x86_64: Linux with x32 ABI: CC="gcc -mx32".
    - arm: Linux 32-bit, without hardware floats.
    - arm64: Linux 64-bit.
    - s390x: Linux 64-bit.
    - powerpc: AIX 64-bit.
    - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="cc -32".
    - sparc: Solaris 64-bit.
  * Fixed support for the following platforms:
    (Previously, a build on these platforms appeared to succeed but was buggy.)
    - x86_64: Linux.
    - arm: Linux 32-bit, with hardware floats.
    - powerpc: Linux 64-bit.
    - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=32".
    - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=n32".
    - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=64".
    - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="gcc -mabi=n32".
    - s390: Linux.
    - sparc: Linux 64-bit.
    - ia64: Linux.
    - hppa: HP-UX 32-bit.
  * Verified support for the following platforms:
    (A build on these platforms worked and still works.)
    - i386: Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X.
    - powerpc: Linux 32-bit.
    - powerpc: AIX 32-bit.
    - powerpc: MacOS X.
    - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="cc -n32".
    - sparc: Solaris 32-bit.
    - sparc: Linux 32-bit: CC="gcc -m32".
    - alpha: Linux.
  * Support for a security feature: On Linux and FreeBSD platforms, linking with
    the libffcall libraries no longer causes the stack to become executable.
- Remove the patch ffcall-asm_cachectl.patch
- Update the patch ffcall-trampoline.patch

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Sat Feb 13 21:32:55 UTC 2016 - schwab@linux-m68k.org

- Update to ffcall-1.12 release
  * Added ppc64le to the list of supported architectures.
  * Header now define LIBFFCALL_VERSION (to 0x010B).
  * Better support for IA64 on Linux (kernel 2.6.16+ and gcc 4.1.0+).
  * Added ARM support from Jonathan Olson (debian 1.10-2).
  * Added MIPSel support from Thiemo Seufer (debian 1.10-2).
  * Added ARMel support from Max Lapan.

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Wed Feb 12 01:30:56 CET 2014 - ro@suse.de

- remove s390x from list of architectures (no asm code available) 

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Tue May 14 12:47:37 UTC 2013 - werner@suse.de

- Add missing BuildRoot tag 

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Wed May  8 12:11:10 UTC 2013 - werner@suse.de

- Adopt the ffcall package as provided by David Lanzendörfer, his
  version is mainly based on the Fedora ffcall package (SR#172680):
  + Wed Mar 27 2013 Jerry James <loganjerry@gmail.com> - 1.10-10.20120424cvs
  - Update to CVS 20120424
  - List all architectures supported by this package (bz 925335)
  - Rename man pages to avoid conflicts (bz 800360)
  - Add Provides: ffcall-static
  + Wed Feb 13 2013 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.10-9.20100903cvs
  - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_19_Mass_Rebuild
  + Thu Jul 19 2012 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.10-8.20100903cvs
  - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_18_Mass_Rebuild
  + Tue Jan 10 2012 Jerry James <loganjerry@gmail.com> - 1.10-7.20100903cvs
  - Clean out prebuilt object files
  - Add trampoline patch to force use of mmap() to get executable memory
  + Mon Jan  9 2012 Jerry James <loganjerry@gmail.com> - 1.10-6.20100903cvs
  - Update to CVS 20100903
  - Minor spec file cleanups
  + Tue Feb 08 2011 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.10-5.20080704cvs.1
  - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_15_Mass_Rebuild
  + Fri Jul 24 2009 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.10-4.20080704cvs.1
  - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_12_Mass_Rebuild
  + Tue Feb 24 2009 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng@lists.fedoraproject.org> - 1.10-3.20080704cvs.1
  - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_11_Mass_Rebuild
  + Wed Dec 10 2008 Jochen Schmitt <Jochen herr-schmitt de> - 1.10-2.20080704cvs.1
  - Fix -FPIC issue (BZ #475112)
  + Fri Jul  4 2008 Gerard Milmeister <gemi@bluewin.ch> - 1.10-2.20080704cvs
  - update to cvs 20080704
  - support for ppc64
  + Mon Feb 25 2008 Gerard Milmeister <gemi@bluewin.ch> - 1.10-1
  - first Fedora release
- Correct group tag, provide ffcall-devel not ffcall-static
- Declare patch ffcall-trampoline.patch
- Add patch ffcall-asm_cachectl.patch 
- Correct license string
- Declare configuration file
- Declare manual pages as documentations
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