File OpenRGB.changes of Package OpenRGB

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Mon Dec  7 18:50:41 UTC 2020 - Martin Hauke <mardnh@gmx.de>

- Udpate to version 0.5
  New Features:
  * Settings have been consolidated into a new file OpenRGB.json,
    using JSON format
  * Settings tab allows enabling and disabling devices from the
    user interface
  * Configuration files are stored in an XDG-compliant
    configuration directory (%APPDATA%\OpenRGB or ~/.config/OpenRGB)
  * Speed up detection by limiting I2C/SMBus detectors to specific
    PCI IDs
  * Fixed profile loading, deleting
  Device Controller Changes:
  * E1.31 improvements - better grouping, unicast support
  * MSI-RGB color inversion fixed
  * LED labels added to some Corsair mice
  * Espurna controller API support
  * EVGA GPU (V1 and partial V2 - 1xxx and 2xxx series) support
  * New SteelSeries devices - Apex Pro TKL, Old Apex
  * Philips Wiz support
  * Linux LED sysfs support
  * Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB support
  * Sony DualShock 4 support
  * Logitech G213 support
  * ASUS Mice support - ROG Gladius II Core, ROG Gladius II, and
    ROG Gladius II Origin
  * HyperX Fury Ultra mousemat support
  * SteelSeries Apex M750
  * ASUS TUF gaming laptops on Windows (already supported via
    Faustus on Linux)
  * Cooler Master ARGB controller support
  * NZXT Hue+ performance improved
  * HyperX DRAM mapping issues resolved, flicker reduced
  * More keymaps for Razer keyboards
  Known Issues:
  * Redragon M711 wave effect doesn't work
  * Some Corsair mice do not have specific LED labels
  * Some Razer keyboards are missing key maps
  * Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro takes 2 "Set All Device" clicks to
    properly set
  * Asus Addressable number of channels may be incorrect
  * MSI Mystic Light controller still disabled due to bricking
    risk, bricking situation being investigated. OpenRGB 0.5 will
    not brick your MSI board as this code is disabled.
  Notes:
  * Due to changes to the profile manager, any existing profiles
    you have saved from previous versions likely will not work
    and will need to be recreated. Same goes for saved addressable
    controller sizes.
- Drop patches (included upstream):
  * 0001-Fix-build-on-powerpc-and-related.patch
  * reproducible.patch

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Wed Nov 18 06:37:05 UTC 2020 - Bernhard Wiedemann <bwiedemann@suse.com>

- Add reproducible.patch to override build date (boo#1047218)

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Fri Nov  6 20:47:37 UTC 2020 - Martin Hauke <mardnh@gmx.de>

- Update to version 0.4
  New Features:
  * Graphical LED view allows you to see the current settings and
    select multiple LEDs to apply colors quickly.
  * Device detection happens in the background and a progress bar
    shows detection progress, allows you to cancel detection.
  * Keyboard and mouse LED names have been standardized, allowing
    better integration with Aurora (use dev branch).
  * New I2C tool for reading multi-byte SMBus registers (as ASRock
    uses).
  Device Controller Changes:
  * New controller for Corsair Hydro Series coolers (only Pro
    variants H100i Pro and H115i Pro for now).
  * New controller for Tecknet M008 Mouse.
  * New controller for HyperX Pulsefire Surge Mouse.
  * Improvements to ASRock Polychrome controller
    + Polychrome V2 individual LED control.
    + Polychrome V1 individual zone control.
    + More reliable detection and communication for Polychrome.
      devices.
  * RGB Fusion 2 SMBus controller enabled for select motherboards
  * More MSI GPUs added
  * RGB Fusion 2 USB detection fixed
  * Keymaps added to many keyboard controllers
  Known Issues:
  * RGB Fusion 2 SMBus controller may incorrectly be detected when
    an MSI GPU is present (due to address 0x68).
  * Redragon M711 wave effect doesn't work.
  * Corsair mice do not have specific LED labels.
  * Some Razer keyboards are missing key maps.
  * Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro takes 2 "Set All Device" clicks to
    properly set.
  * Asus Addressable number of channels may be incorrect.
  * MSI Mystic Light controller still disabled due to bricking
    risk, bricking situation being investigated. OpenRGB 0.4 will
    not brick your MSI board as this code is disabled.
  * MSI-RGB boards still may experience inverted colors
- Rebase patch:
  * OpenRGB-use_system_libs.patch
- Drop patch:
  * OpenRGB-no_return_in_nonvoid.patch (not longer needed)

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Wed Jul 22 11:14:41 UTC 2020 - Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>

- Update to version 0.3
  * GUI now includes an SDK client. This allows one UI to
    control multiple PCs as long as they are running the SDK
    server.
  * Default SDK server port changed to 6742 (this is "ORGB" on a
    phone keypad)
  * CLI now includes --server and --client options for starting
    an SDK server or client
  * OpenRGB will now automatically attempt to connect to a local
    server. If it exists, the hardware detection will be
    skipped. This allows use in a client/daemon model.
  * Many new drivers and driver improvements. See the supported
    devices list on the wiki.
  * MSI Mystic Light controller has been disabled. It was
    causing bricked RGB on certain boards.
  Known Issues:
  * Redragon M711 wave effect doesn't work
  * Corsair mice show up as mousemat
  * Razer keyboards do not have named keys
  * Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro takes 2 "Set All Device" clicks to
    properly set
  * Asus Addressable number of channels may be incorrect
  version 0.2:
  * Color Wheel color picker
  * NZXT Kraken driver
  * MSI Mystic Light driver
  * Asus ROG Aura Core driver
  * Asus Addressable driver
  * Cooler Master MP750 driver
  * OpenRGB SDK server
  Known Issues:
  * Redragon M711 wave effect doesn't work
  * Corsair mice show up as mousemat
  * Razer keyboards do not have named keys
  * Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro takes 2 "Set All Device" clicks to
    properly set
  * Asus Addressable number of channels may be incorrect
  * MSI Mystic Light driver may have issues with certain
    motherboards

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Fri Mar 27 05:39:22 UTC 2020 - dead_mozay@opensuse.org

- Update to version 0.1.0:
  * Bring in nct6775 SMBus driver improvements from updated patch to Windows
  * Update OpenRazer-win32 DLLs to openrazer commit bd864c8
  * Fix wrong index being used in profile lookup that would cause segfaults if there are more controllers detected than in profile
  * Add timeouts to i2c-nct6775 driver and fix kernel segfault caused by byte access with no data
  * Fix segfault in CLI
  * Fix arguments not parsing in CLI, add mode specific color support to CLI
  * Add some comments to the CLI code and clean up some warnings
  * Move help and version functions to the same place as the other arguments
  * Fix current device ID in CLI
  * Add profile saving to command line

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Fri Mar 27 05:32:38 UTC 2020 - dead_mozay@opensuse.org

- Update to version 0.1.0:
  * Bring in nct6775 SMBus driver improvements from updated patch to Windows
  * Update OpenRazer-win32 DLLs to openrazer commit bd864c8
  * Fix wrong index being used in profile lookup that would cause segfaults if there are more controllers detected than in profile
  * Add timeouts to i2c-nct6775 driver and fix kernel segfault caused by byte access with no data
  * Fix segfault in CLI
  * Fix arguments not parsing in CLI, add mode specific color support to CLI
  * Add some comments to the CLI code and clean up some warnings
  * Move help and version functions to the same place as the other arguments
  * Fix current device ID in CLI
  * Add profile saving to command line

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Fri Mar 27 05:31:53 UTC 2020 - Dead Mozay <dead_mozay@opensuse.org>

- Initial package
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