File patch.changes of Package patch

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Mon Jun  1 13:53:30 CEST 2015 - jdelvare@suse.de

- patch 2.7.5
  Contains a security fix for a directory traversal flaw when
  handling git-style patches. This could allow an attacker to
  overwrite arbitrary files by applying a specially crafted patch.
  [boo#913678] [CVE-2015-1196]
  Contains a security fix for a directory traversal flaw when
  handling patches which rename files. This could allow an attacker
  to overwrite arbitrary files by applying a specially crafted
  patch. [bsc#915328] [CVE-2015-1395]
  Contains a security fix for a directory traversal flaw via
  symbolic links. This could allow an attacker to overwrite
  arbitrary files by applying a specially crafted patch.
  [bsc#915329] [CVE-2015-1396]
  + Fix crash after reporting error during option parsing.
  + With git-style patches, symlinks that point outside the working
    directory will no longer be created (CVE-2015-1196).
  + When a file isn't being deleted because the file contents don't
    match the patch, the resulting message is now "Not deleting
    file ... as content differs from patch" instead of "File ...
    is not empty after patch; not deleting".
  + Function names in hunks (from diff -p) are now preserved in
    reject files. [boo#904519]
  + Do not change permissions if there isn't an explicit mode
    change.
  + Fix indentation heuristic for context diffs.

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Thu Dec  6 16:19:25 CET 2012 - jdelvare@suse.de

- Back to bz2 archive format as old products lack xz.

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Thu Dec  6 15:34:14 CET 2012 - jdelvare@suse.de

- Version 2.7.1
  + Patch no longer gets a failed assertion for certain mangled
    patches.
  + Ignore destination file names that are absolute or that contain
    a component of "..", except when working in the root directory.
    This addresses CVE-2010-4651.
  + Support for most features of the "diff --git" format, including
    renames and copies, permission changes, and symlink diffs.
    Binary diffs are not supported yet; patch will complain and
    skip them.
  + Support for double-quoted filenames: when a filename starts
    with a double quote, it is interpreted as a C string literal.
    The escape sequences \\, \", \a, \b, \f, \n, \r, \t, \v, and
    \ooo (a three-digit octal number between 0 and 255) are
    recognized.
  + Refuse to apply a normal patch to a symlink. (Previous versions
    of patch were replacing the symlink with a regular file.)
  + New --follow-symlinks option to allow to treat symlinks as
    files: this was patch's behavior before version 2.7.
  + When trying to modify a read-only file, warn about the
    potential problem by default. The --read-only command line
    option allows to change this behavior.
  + Files to be deleted are deleted once the entire input has been
    processed, not immediately. This fixes a bug with numbered
    backup files.
  + When a timestamp specifies a time zone, honor that instead of
    assuming the local time zone (--set-date) or Universal
    Coordinated Time (--set-utc).
  + Support for nanosecond precision timestamps.
  + Many bug fixes.
  + Clarify the message printed when a patch is expected to empty
    out and delete a file, but the file does not become empty.
  + Various improvements to messages when applying a patch to a
    file of different type (regular file vs. symlink), when there
    are line ending differences (LF vs. CRLF), and when in
    --dry-run mode.
  + Ignore when extended attributes cannot be preserved because
    they are unsupported or because permission to set them is
    denied.
- patch-revert-e0f70752.patch: Dropped, original bug fixed
  upstream.
- patch-stdio.in.patch: Dropped, merged upstream.

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Tue Jul 17 08:40:27 UTC 2012 - aj@suse.de

- patch-stdio.in.patch:
   Fix build with missing gets declaration (glibc 2.16)

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Fri Apr  6 14:22:12 CEST 2012 - jdelvare@suse.de

- patch-revert-e0f70752.patch: Revert broken upstream commit
  (bnc#755136).

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Wed Apr  4 19:03:25 CEST 2012 - jdelvare@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1.136

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Wed Oct  5 12:33:53 UTC 2011 - uli@suse.com

- cross-build fix: use %configure macro

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Mon Apr  4 15:11:04 CEST 2011 - jdelvare@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1.116:
  + Patch now ignores destination file names that are absolute or
    that contain a component of ".." (CVE-2010-4651, bnc#662957).
- Drop unified-reject-files-compat.diff. Compatibility has been
  provided for the past 18 months, hopefully nobody is relying on
  it any longer.

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Fri Jul  2 06:57:49 UTC 2010 - jengelh@medozas.de

- Use %_smp_mflags

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Wed May  5 01:28:12 CEST 2010 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1.81:
  + Fix backup file detection for deleted files
  + Allow to create and delete empty files
  + Stick to the best name in the reversed-patch check
  + Various portability improvements

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Sun May  2 15:57:54 CEST 2010 - agruen@suse.de

- Fix the linker library order.

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Sun May  2 14:40:09 CEST 2010 - agruen@suse.de

- Be more verbose when %verbose is defined.

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Sun May  2 14:01:47 CEST 2010 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1.64:
  + Support for most features of the "diff --git" format: renames
    and copies, permission changes, symlink diffs.  (Binary diffs
    are not supported yet; patch will complain and skip them.)
  + Support for double-quoted filenames: when a filename in a
    context diff starts with a double quote, it is interpreted as
    a C string literal.  The escape sequences \\, \", \a, \b, \f, \n,
    \r, \t, \v, and \ooo (a three-digit octal number between 0 and
    255) are recognized.
  + Refuse to patch read-only files by default, or at least warn
    when patching such files with --force or --batch.
  + Refuse to apply a normal patch to a symlink.  (Previous
    versions of patch were wrongly replacing the symlink with a
    regular file.)
  + When a timestamp specifies a time zone, honor that instead of
    assuming the local time zone (--set-date) or Universal
    Coordinated Time (--set-utc).
  + Support for nanosecond precision timestamps.
  + Many portability and bug fixes.

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Sun Jan 31 16:22:05 CET 2010 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1.9:
  + Skip another ed-dependent test when ed isn't installed.
  + More portability fixes.
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Wed Dec 30 17:14:24 CET 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.6.1:
  + Support for diff3(1) style merges which show the old, original,
    and new lines of a conflict has been added (--merge=diff3).
    The default still is the merge(1) format (--merge or
    --merge=merge).
  + Bug and portability fixes.

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Sun Dec  6 17:32:57 CET 2009 - jengelh

- enable parallel building

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Fri Nov 13 15:45:06 CET 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.6.

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Mon Sep  7 13:30:46 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.122:
  + Try to preserve the owning group of patched files.
- Add --unified-reject-files backwards-compatibility patch to
  older SUSE versions of patch.

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Mon Jul 20 10:12:48 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.120:
  + When copying files, use full_write() from gnulib instead of
    write().
  + The -m option hasn't been officially allocated yet.  Use only
    the long form for now (--merge).

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Fri Jun 19 08:33:32 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.118:
  + Change the default value of PATCH_GET to 0.
  + When merging, make sure that hunks will not end up "out of order"
  + When the file to patch is specified on the command line,
    apply all patches to that file
  + Some portability fixes/improvements
  + Don't fail when removing nonexistent files in move_file

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Wed Apr  8 16:47:49 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.109:
  + Preserve timestamps in reject files.
  + Add support for sending output to standard output.
  + Allow special characters in filenames read interactively.
  + Don't forget to NUL terminate ptimestr in fetchname().

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Tue Apr  7 14:29:16 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.104: timestamp parsing fix, 64-bit fix.

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Mon Apr  6 18:59:55 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.97: Another bugfix.

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Mon Apr  6 15:04:50 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Version 2.5.9.95: Gnulib update, bug fixes.

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Fri Apr  3 22:35:33 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Update to version patch-2.5.9.77: updated manpage and NEWS, no
  strict depenency on ed in the test suite anymore, and slightly
  improved handling of asymmetric hunks.

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Thu Apr  2 16:21:14 CEST 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Update to version patch-2.5.9.69 which has all our patches
  merged in one form or anther, along with many other fixes and
  improvements (see NEWS).

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Tue Feb 24 12:56:06 CET 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Include patch headers in reject files so that they form proper
  patches themselves.
- Rewrite the unified reject files patch; this is much cleaner
  now.
- Add an improved strategy for locating merges.

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Tue Feb  3 06:10:49 CET 2009 - agruen@suse.de

- Implement diff3-style merges (including several fixes and
  improvements).

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Wed Apr 23 10:53:19 CEST 2008 - agruen@suse.de

- remember-backup-files.diff: Fix bug when a file is touched by
  the same patch more than twice. Move the test cases from the
  patch header into separate files.
- patch-2.5.9-cat_if_device.diff: No need to remember the device
  we write to as a backup file.

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Fri Nov  2 01:57:03 CET 2007 - agruen@suse.de

- Patch fails to apply hunks with asymmetric context correctly.

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Wed Jan 25 21:30:47 CET 2006 - mls@suse.de

- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires

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Thu Jan 12 07:52:31 CET 2006 - agruen@suse.de

- remember-backup-files.diff: Fix case where a patch modifies a
  read-only file more than once while --backup is used (test case
  in the patch header).

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Thu Aug 18 18:09:59 CEST 2005 - mmj@suse.de

- --reject-unified is called --unified-reject-files [#105151]

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Wed Jun 29 13:50:06 CEST 2005 - mmj@suse.de

- Don't compile with -f-signed-char [#93883]
- Don't strip explicitly

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Tue Jan  4 21:11:54 CET 2005 - mmj@suse.de

- Add patch to make patch able to write reject files to devices,
  named pipes and sockets [#45794]

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Sat Jan 25 02:30:00 CET 2004 - agruen@suse.de

- Add --reject-unified option to produce unified reject files:
  Before, unified reject files were produced if the patch itself
  was unified; this could sometimes have been annoying.
- If a patch with C function names (diff -p) has rejects, include
  the function names in the reject files.

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Sun Jan 11 11:17:55 CET 2004 - adrian@suse.de

- add %defattr

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Tue Oct  7 15:03:22 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- remember-backup-files: Also include the file timestamps in the
  hash table for non-POSIX-compliant systems that don't guarantee
  that i_dev + i_ino uniquely identifies a file.
- #32031: Create --global-reject-file even if --dry-run is
  specified. Add a missing '\n'. 

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Wed Jul 16 15:21:44 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Replace trailing-cr-fix.diff with official upstream version that
  fixes this bug differently.

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Mon Jun 30 13:30:33 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- trailing-cr-fix.diff: Fix a bug in carriage return detection
  (DOS files) in the unified diff path.
- Disable patch that adds comments to C preprocessor style
  merges, as specified by POSIX.1-2001.

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Wed Jun 25 16:46:41 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Fix bug introduced on June 5 that broke remember-backup-files.

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Tue Jun 24 17:35:09 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- smart-reject-file-format.diff: Work around a special case in
  which patches are not terminated with a '^' in the internal
  representation. The resulting error message was "internal error
  in abort_hunk".

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Thu Jun  5 09:38:17 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Temporary reject file logic: Ooops, now must only close the
  temporary reject file after processing all patches, instead of
  after each patch.

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Thu Jun  5 01:00:38 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Upgrade to 2.5.9: Several fixes, obsoletes
  rename-same-file.patch.
- Fix and adapt global-reject-file patch:
  + The global reject file included corrupted headers for each
    rejected hunk, instead of one header for each file with
    rejects.
  + Rename --global-reject to --global-reject-file.
  + Simplify temporary reject file logic.
  + Adapt to unified-reject-files patch (which has different
    headers).
  + Add entry in man page.
- Fix a bug in smart-reject-file-format: Files that are created
  are identified by `-0,0'; before the patch was generating
  `-1,0' in reject files.
- Switch remember-backup-files.diff over to use gnulib's hash
  tables instead of glibc's binary trees, requested from upstream
  to ensure greater portability.
- Add /* SYM */ comment to #endif lines for patch -D SYM, too.
  
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Wed Apr  9 19:33:59 CEST 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Fix another bug with hard links and backup file generation.
- Fix backup file generation if the same file appears in the
  patch more than once.

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Wed Mar 26 14:00:55 CET 2003 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 2.5.8:
  + Bugfixes
  + patch -D now outputs preprocessor lines without comments, as
    required by POSIX 1003.1-2001
  + File names in context patches may now contain spaces, so long
    as the context patch headers use a tab to separate the file name
    from the time stamp
  + Perforce is now supported
  + Patch lines beginning with "#" are comments and are ignored

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Wed Jan 15 16:50:57 CET 2003 - agruen@suse.de

- Fix a bug with hardlinks (see rename-same-file.patch)

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Tue Sep 17 17:34:28 CEST 2002 - ro@suse.de

- removed bogus self-provides 

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Wed Feb  6 12:05:34 CET 2002 - coolo@suse.de

- called suse_update_config

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Mon Jun 25 12:46:18 CEST 2001 - uli@suse.de

- added patch adding "--global-reject" option by ak@suse.de
- bzipped tarball

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Tue Mar  6 20:36:46 CET 2001 - bk@suse.de

- update to 2.5.4, added 2 patches from PLD and use buildroot

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Wed Nov  8 17:41:23 CET 2000 - uli@suse.de

- now builds with -D_GNU_SOURCE, should avoid miscompilation that
  breaks LFS support
- added fix for offset output by Alessandro Rubini
- added fix and enhancement for --ifdef by Pete Buechler

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Sun Feb 27 20:16:11 CET 2000 - @suse.de

- added missing CFLAGS quotes.

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Sun Feb 27 19:07:58 CET 2000 - bk@suse.de

- added PPC fixes by Uli back again (-fsigned-char, CPPFLAGS)

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Fri Feb 25 17:44:41 CET 2000 - schwab@suse.de

- Specfile cleanup, get rid of Makefile.Linux
- /usr/man -> /usr/share/man
- Add group tag.

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Mon Sep 13 17:23:57 CEST 1999 - bs@suse.de

- ran old prepare_spec on spec file to switch to new prepare_spec.

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Wed Aug 18 12:13:35 MEST 1999 - uli@suse.de

- fixed for PPC (-fsigned-char, CPPFLAGS)

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Tue Mar 16 14:58:42 MET 1999 - ro@suse.de

- update to 2.5.3 using diff from jurix

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Wed Jan 13 15:45:28 MET 1999 - bs@suse.de

- applied patch from Egbert Eich (problems with non existing files fixed)

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Thu Nov  5 00:19:13 MET 1998 - ro@suse.de

- use libc's basename() for glibc