File netcat-openbsd.changes of Package netcat-openbsd

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Mon Jul 17 13:11:34 UTC 2017 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Drop all patches that were never upstreamed:
  * connect-timeout.patch
  * dccp.patch
  * gcc-warnings.patch
  * getservbyname.patch
  * glib-strlcpy.patch
  * help-version-exit.patch
  * nc-1.84-udp_stop.patch
  * netcat-info.patch
  * netcat-openbsd-debian.patch
  * netcat-openbsd-examples.patch
  * netcat-openbsd-openbsd-compat.patch
  * no-strtonum.patch
  * pollhup.patch
  * quit-timer.patch
  * reuseaddr.patch
  * send-crlf.patch
  * silence-z.patch
  * socks-b64-prototype.patch
  * udp-scan-timeout.patch
  * verbose-message-to-stderr.patch
  * verbose-numeric-port.patch
- Switch to debian package to not waste resources on doing exactly
  the same.
- Switches URL for debian package
- Apply patches already prepared for debian package
  * port-to-linux-with-libsd.patch
  * compile-without-TLS-support.patch
  * connect-timeout.patch
  * get-sev-by-name.patch
  * send-crlf.patch
  * quit-timer.patch
  * udp-scan-timeout.patch
  * verbose-numeric-port.patch
  * dccp-support.patch
  * serialized-handling-multiple-clients.patch
  * set-TCP-MD5SIG-correctly-for-client-connections.patch
  * misc-failures-and-features.patch
- Do not use hand provided CMakeLists.txt but rely on upstream makefile

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Fri Jan 17 23:36:07 UTC 2014 - crrodriguez@opensuse.org

- drop dependency on glib, strlcpy can be implemented with 
  snprintf with glibc/linux
- drop "quilt" from buildrequires, no longer used.
- Use fvisibiliy=hidden to build, this is a program not
  a library and no symbols should be exported.

- modified patches:
  * glib-strlcpy.patch
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Mon Sep  2 20:12:17 CEST 2013 - pth@suse.de

- Split up the huge ubuntu patch into a debian specific patch,
  a patch that creates the examples, a patch with the openbasd-compat
  stuff and single files for each of the patches in debian/patches.
  This hugely eases maintainabilty:

  connect-timeout.patch, dccp.patch, gcc-warnings.patch,
  getservbyname.patch, glib-strlcpy.patch, help-version-exit.patch,
  nc-1.84-udp_stop.patch, netcat-info.patch, netcat-openbsd-debian.patch,
  netcat-openbsd-examples.patch, netcat-openbsd-openbsd-compat.patch,
  no-strtonum.patch, pollhup.patch, quit-timer.patch, reuseaddr.patch,
  send-crlf.patch, silence-z.patch, socks-b64-prototype.patch,
  udp-scan-timeout.patch, verbose-message-to-stderr.patch,
  verbose-numeric-port.patch.

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Sat Dec 10 17:46:07 UTC 2011 - crrodriguez@opensuse.org

- Update xbuntu patches.
- Ensure we have large file support in 32 bit builds
- Fix rpmlint warnings

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Sat Jul 16 13:34:18 UTC 2011 - andrea.turrini@gmail.com

- Fixed typos in description of netcat-openbsd.spec

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Fri Jun 25 16:55:06 UTC 2010 - lmuelle@suse.de

- Use update-alternatives to set netcat symbolic links for compatibility.
- Provides and obsoltes netcat.

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Fri May 28 16:27:34 UTC 2010 - cristian.rodriguez@opensuse.org

- Obsolete nc6 

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Tue May 18 18:10:16 UTC 2010 - cristian.rodriguez@opensuse.org

- sync recent bugfixes from Ubuntu 

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Fri Feb 20 15:19:28 CET 2009 - crrodriguez@suse.de

- sync most recent bugfixes from debian/Ubuntu 

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Sat Jul  5 19:30:39 CEST 2008 - crrodriguez@suse.de

-  netcat-openbsd conflicts with netcat but it should not [BNC#406581] 

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Sun Apr 13 05:08:48 CEST 2008 - crrodriguez@suse.de

- initial version for the OBS