File umoci.changes of Package umoci

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Tue Dec  3 15:44:35 UTC 2019 - Aleksa Sarai <asarai@suse.com>

- Update to umoci v0.4.5.
  * Use "type: bind" for generated config.json bind-mounts.
  * Don't insert a new layer if there is no diff.
  * Only output a warning if forbidden extended attributes are present inside
    the tar archive.
  * For details, see CHANGELOG.md in the package.

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Mon Mar 18 09:10:46 UTC 2019 -  <gunreben@t-online.de>

- Enable build for s390x on openSUSE

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Thu Jan 31 05:58:57 UTC 2019 - Aleksa Sarai <asarai@suse.com>

- Update to umoci v0.4.4.
  * Added full-stack verification of blob hashes and descriptors for all
    operations (improving our hardening against bad images).
  * For details, see CHANGELOG.md in the package.

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Sun Nov 11 08:49:20 UTC 2018 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.4.3.
  * Added --no-history to all commands with --history.* flags.
    Should only be used for umoci-config(1).
  * Added `umoci insert --tag` to allow non-destructive modifications.
  * For details, see packaged /usr/share/doc/packages/umoci/CHANGELOG.md.

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Tue Sep 11 02:47:16 UTC 2018 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.4.2.
  * umoci now has an exposed Go API
  * Added `umoci unpack --keep-dirlinks`
  * `umoci insert` now supports whiteouts two ways.
  * For details, see CHANGELOG.md in the package.

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Thu Aug 16 03:39:22 UTC 2018 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.4.1.
  * Support more tags (the valid set of characters in tags has expanded).
  * Add 'umoci insert' and 'umoci raw unpack'.
  * 'umoci unpack' correctly handles out-of-order whiteouts now.
  * 'umoci unpack' and 'umoci repack' make sure of a more optimised gzip
	implementation now -- in some benchmarks 'umoci repack' can have a speedup
	of up to 3x.
  * For details, see CHANGELOG.md in the package.

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Wed Jun 13 13:06:39 UTC 2018 - dcassany@suse.com

- Make use of %license macro.

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Sat Mar 10 08:10:42 UTC 2018 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.4.0. Upstream changelog:
	+ `umoci repack` now supports `--refresh-bundle` which will update the
	  OCI bundle's metadata (mtree and umoci-specific manifests) after packing
	  the image tag. This means that the bundle can be used as a base layer for
	  future diffs without needing to unpack the image again.
	  openSUSE/umoci#196
	+ Added a website, and reworked the documentation to be better structured.
	  You can visit the website at [`umo.ci`][umo.ci]. openSUSE/umoci#188
	+ Added support for the `user.rootlesscontainers` specification, which
	  allows for persistent on-disk emulation of `chown(2)` inside rootless
	  containers. This implementation is interoperable with [@AkihiroSuda's
	  `PRoot` fork][as-proot-fork] (though we do not test its interoperability
	  at the moment) as both tools use [the same protobuf
	  specification][rootlesscontainers-proto]. openSUSE/umoci#227
	+ `umoci unpack` now has support for opaque whiteouts (whiteouts which
	  remove all children of a directory in the lower layer), though `umoci
	  repack` does not currently have support for generating them. While this
	  is technically a spec requirement, through testing we've never
	  encountered an actual user of these whiteouts. openSUSE/umoci#224
	  openSUSE/umoci#229
	+ `umoci unpack` will now use some rootless tricks inside user namespaces
	  for operations that are known to fail (such as `mknod(2)`) while other
	  operations will be carried out as normal (such as `lchown(2)`). It should
	  be noted that the `/proc/self/uid_map` checking we do can be tricked into
	  not detecting user namespaces, but you would need to be trying to break
	  it on purpose. openSUSE/umoci#171 openSUSE/umoci#230
	* Fix a bug in our "parent directory restore" code, which is responsible
	  for ensuring that the mtime and other similar properties of a directory
	  are not modified by extraction inside said directory. The bug would
	  manifest as xattrs not being restored properly in certain edge-cases
	  (which we incidentally hit in a test-case). openSUSE/umoci#161
	  openSUSE/umoci#162
	* `umoci unpack` will now "clean up" the bundle generated if an error
	  occurs during unpacking. Previously this didn't happen, which made
	  cleaning up the responsibility of the caller (which was quite difficult
	  if you were unprivileged). This is a breaking change, but is in the error
	  path so it's not critical. openSUSE/umoci#174 openSUSE/umoci#187
	* `umoci gc` now will no longer remove unknown files and directories that
	  aren't `flock(2)`ed, thus ensuring that any possible OCI image-spec
	  extensions or other users of an image being operated on will no longer
	  break. openSUSE/umoci#198
	* `umoci unpack --rootless` will now correctly handle regular file
	  unpacking when overwriting a file that `umoci` doesn't have write access
	  to. In addition, the semantics of pre-existing hardlinks to a clobbered
	  file are clarified (the hard-links will not refer to the new layer's
	  inode). openSUSE/umoci#222 openSUSE/umoci#223

	[as-proot-fork]: https://github.com/AkihiroSuda/runrootless
	[rootlesscontainers-proto]: https://rootlesscontaine.rs/proto/rootlesscontainers.proto
	[umo.ci]: https://umo.ci/

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Thu Feb  1 16:58:09 CET 2018 - ro@suse.de

- do not build on s390, only on s390x (no go on s390)

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Wed Oct  4 02:52:51 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.3.1. Upstream changelog:
	- Fix several minor bugs in `hack/release.sh` that caused the release artefacts
	  to not match the intended style, as well as making it more generic so other
	  projects can use it. openSUSE/umoci#155 openSUSE/umoci#163
	- A recent configuration issue caused `go vet` and `go lint` to not run as part
	  of our CI jobs. This means that some of the information submitted as part of
	  [CII best practices badging][cii] was not accurate. This has been corrected,
	  and after review we concluded that only stylistic issues were discovered by
	  static analysis. openSUSE/umoci#158
	- 32-bit unit test builds were broken in a refactor in [0.3.0]. This has been
	  fixed, and we've added tests to our CI to ensure that something like this
	  won't go unnoticed in the future. openSUSE/umoci#157
	- `umoci unpack` would not correctly preserve set{uid,gid} bits. While this
	  would not cause issues when building an image (as we only create a manifest
	  of the final extracted rootfs), it would cause issues for other users of
	  `umoci`. openSUSE/umoci#166 openSUSE/umoci#169
	- Updated to [v0.4.1 of `go-mtree`][gomtree-v0.4.1], which fixes several minor
	  bugs with manifest generation. openSUSE/umoci#176
	- `umoci unpack` would not handle "weird" tar archive layers previously (it
	  would error out with DiffID errors). While this wouldn't cause issues for
	  layers generated using Go's `archive/tar` implementation, it would cause
	  issues for GNU gzip and other such tools.
	- `umoci unpack`'s mapping options (`--uid-map` and `--gid-map`) have had an
	  interface change, to better match the [`user_namespaces(7)`][user_namespaces]
	  interfaces. Note that this is a **breaking change**, but the workaround is to
	  switch to the trivially different (but now more consistent) format.
	  openSUSE/umoci#167
	- `umoci unpack` used to create the bundle and rootfs with world
	  read-and-execute permissions by default. This could potentially result in an
	  unsafe rootfs (containing dangerous setuid binaries for instance) being
	  accessible by an unprivileged user. This has been fixed by always setting the
	  mode of the bundle to `0700`, which requires a user to explicitly work around
	  this basic protection. This scenario was documented in our security
	  documentation previously, but has now been fixed. openSUSE/umoci#181
	  openSUSE/umoci#182

	[cii]: https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/projects/1084
	[gomtree-v0.4.1]: https://github.com/vbatts/go-mtree/releases/tag/v0.4.1
	[user_namespaces]: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/user_namespaces.7.html
- Remove patch that has been applied upstream.
  - i586-0001-fix-mis-usage-of-time.Unix.patch

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Tue Jul 25 10:42:54 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Add backport of https://github.com/openSUSE/umoci/pull/157, to fix i586
  builds.
    + i586-0001-fix-mis-usage-of-time.Unix.patch

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Sat Jul 22 15:57:44 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.3.0. Upstream changelog:
	- `umoci` now passes all of the requirements for the [CII best practices bading
	  program][cii]. openSUSE/umoci#134
	- `umoci` also now has more extensive architecture, quick-start and roadmap
	  documentation. openSUSE/umoci#134
	- `umoci` now supports [`1.0.0` of the OCI image
	  specification][ispec-v1.0.0] and [`1.0.0` of the OCI runtime
	  specification][rspec-v1.0.0], which are the first milestone release. Note
	  that there are still some remaining UX issues with `--image` and other parts
	  of `umoci` which may be subject to change in future versions. In particular,
	  this update of the specification now means that images may have ambiguous
	  tags. `umoci` will warn you if an operation may have an ambiguous result, but
	  we plan to improve this functionality far more in the future.
	  openSUSE/umoci#133 openSUSE/umoci#142
	- `umoci` also now supports more complicated descriptor walk structures, and
	  also handles mutation of such structures more sanely. At the moment, this
	  functionality has not been used "in the wild" and `umoci` doesn't have the UX
	  to create such structures (yet) but these will be implemented in future
	  versions. openSUSE/umoci#145
	- `umoci repack` now supports `--mask-path` to ignore changes in the rootfs
	  that are in a child of at least one of the provided masks when generating new
	  layers. openSUSE/umoci#127
	- Error messages from `github.com/openSUSE/umoci/oci/cas/drivers/dir` actually
	  make sense now. openSUSE/umoci#121
	- `umoci unpack` now generates `config.json` blobs according to the [still
	  proposed][ispec-pr492] OCI image specification conversion document.
	  openSUSE/umoci#120
	- `umoci repack` also now automatically adding `Config.Volumes` from the image
	  configuration to the set of masked paths.  This matches recently added
	  [recommendations by the spec][ispec-pr694], but is a backwards-incompatible
	  change because the new default is that `Config.Volumes` **will** be masked.
	  If you wish to retain the old semantics, use `--no-mask-volumes` (though make
	  sure to be aware of the reasoning behind `Config.Volume` masking).
	  openSUSE/umoci#127
	- `umoci` now uses [`SecureJoin`][securejoin] rather than a patched version of
	  `FollowSymlinkInScope`. The two implementations are roughly equivalent, but
	  `SecureJoin` has a nicer API and is maintained as a separate project.
	- Switched to using `golang.org/x/sys/unix` over `syscall` where possible,
	  which makes the codebase significantly cleaner. openSUSE/umoci#141

	[cii]: https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/projects/1084
	[rspec-v1.0.0]: https://github.com/opencontainers/runtime-spec/releases/tag/v1.0.0
	[ispec-v1.0.0]: https://github.com/opencontainers/image-spec/releases/tag/v1.0.0
	[ispec-pr492]: https://github.com/opencontainers/image-spec/pull/492
	[ispec-pr694]: https://github.com/opencontainers/image-spec/pull/694
	[securejoin]: https://github.com/cyphar/filepath-securejoin

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Wed Apr 12 09:46:18 UTC 2017 - jmassaguerpla@suse.com

- remove the go_arches macro because we are using go1.7 which
  is available in all archs

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Wed Apr 12 01:05:12 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.2.1. Upstream changelog:
	* `hack/release.sh` automates the process of generating all of the published
	  artefacts for releases. The new script also generates signed source code
	  archives. openSUSE/umoci#116
	* `umoci` now outputs configurations that are compliant with [`v1.0.0-rc5` of
	  the OCI runtime-spec][rspec-v1.0.0-rc5]. This means that now you can use runc
	  v1.0.0-rc3 with `umoci` (and rootless containers should work out of the box
	  if you use a development build of runc). openSUSE/umoci#114
	* `umoci unpack` no longer adds a dummy linux.seccomp entry, and instead just
	  sets it to null. openSUSE/umoci#114

	[rspec-v1.0.0-rc5]: https://github.com/opencontainers/runtime-spec/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc5
- Add umoci.keyring to check signed archives on check-in and submission.

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Mon Apr 10 14:49:35 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.2.0. Upstream changelog:
	* `umoci` now has some automated scripts for generated RPMs that are used in
	  openSUSE to automatically submit packages to OBS. openSUSE/umoci#101

	* `--clear=config.{cmd,entrypoint}` is now supported. While this interface is a
	  bit weird (`cmd` and `entrypoint` aren't treated atomically) this makes the
	  UX more consistent while we come up with a better `cmd` and `entrypoint` UX.
	  openSUSE/umoci#107

	* New subcommand: `umoci raw runtime-config`. It generates the runtime-spec
	  config.json for a particular image without also unpacking the root
	  filesystem, allowing for users of `umoci` that are regularly parsing
	  `config.json` without caring about the root filesystem to be more efficient.
	  However, a downside of this approach is that some image-spec fields
	  (`Config.User`) require a root filesystem in order to make sense, which is
	  why this command is hidden under the `umoci-raw(1)` subcommand (to make sure
	  only users that understand what they're doing use it). openSUSE/umoci#110

	* `umoci`'s `oci/cas` and `oci/config` libraries have been massively refactored
	  and rewritten, to allow for third-parties to use the OCI libraries. The plan
	  is for these to eventually become part of an OCI project. openSUSE/umoci#90

	* The `oci/cas` interface has been modifed to switch from `*ispec.Descriptor`
	  to `ispec.Descriptor`. This is a breaking, but fairly insignificant, change.
	  openSUSE/umoci#89

	* `umoci` now uses an updated version of `go-mtree`, which has a complete
	  rewrite of `Vis` and `Unvis`. The rewrite ensures that unicode handling is
	  handled in a far more consistent and sane way. openSUSE/umoci#88

	* `umoci` used to set `process.user.additionalGids` to the "normal value" when
	  unpacking an image in rootless mode, causing issues when trying to actually
	  run said bundle with runC. openSUSE/umoci#109

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Fri Feb 10 18:03:27 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci v0.1.0. Upstream changelog:
	* `CHANGELOG.md` has now been added. openSUSE/umoci#76

	* `umoci` now supports `v1.0.0-rc4` images, which has made fairly minimal
	  changes to the schema (mainly related to `mediaType`s). While this change
	  **is** backwards compatible (several fields were removed from the schema, but
	  the specification allows for "additional fields"), tools using older versions
	  of the specification may fail to operate on newer OCI images. There was no UX
	  change associated with this update.

	* `umoci tag` would fail to clobber existing tags, which was in contrast to how
	  the rest of the tag clobbering commands operated. This has been fixed and is
	  now consistent with the other commands. openSUSE/umoci#78

	* `umoci repack` now can correctly handle unicode-encoded filenames, allowing
	  the creation of containers that have oddly named files. This required fixes
	  to go-mtree (where the issue was). openSUSE/umoci#80

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Tue Feb  7 22:25:56 UTC 2017 - jengelh@inai.de

- Trim irrelevant parts from description.
  Replace %__macros by their simpler commands.
  fdupes should respect partition boundaries.

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Mon Feb  6 17:06:05 UTC 2017 - asarai@suse.com

- Switch upstream channel to openSUSE's GitHub (where the project has been
  moved).
- Update to umoci v0.0.0. Upstream changelog:
	This is the first beta release of umoci, and it includes very few
	changes from v0.0.0-rc3. However, at this point the UX is effectively
	stable and umoci is properly tested. The (small) list of changes in this
	release from -rc3 is:

	* Static compilation now works properly. openSUSE/umoci#64

	* 32-bit builds have been fixed, and now umoci works on 32-bit
	  architectures. openSUSE/umoci#70

	* The unit tests can now be run inside the %check section of an rpmbuild
	  script, allowing for proper testing of packages when they are built on
	  openSUSE (and Fedora). openSUSE/umoci#65

	* Unit tests have been massively expanded, as have the integration
	  tests. In addition, full coverage profiles (both unit and integration)
	  are generated to fully understand how much of the code is properly
	  tested. Currently it is at ~80%. openSUSE/umoci#68 openSUSE/umoci#69

	* The logging output has been cleaned up to be much better for end-users
	  to read. It's also a lot less chatty now. openSUSE/umoci#73

	* This project has now been moved to become an openSUSE project.
	  openSUSE/umoci#75

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Fri Dec 30 14:56:38 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Remove patch already merged upstream.
  - make-local-unit-tests-work-as-non-root.patch
- Switch to running hack/test-unit.sh in %check.

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Tue Dec 20 08:10:00 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Add patch to allow running upstream's unit tests in a %check section. This
  has already been merged upstream, this is just a backport. cyphar/umoci#65
  + make-local-unit-tests-work-as-non-root.patch
- Run upstream's unit tests in a %check section.

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Mon Dec 19 12:57:31 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci 0.0.0~rc3. Upstream changelog:
	umoci has now gone a large amount of cleanup, and included the addition
	of a few previously missing features. The main thing blocking a full
	release is that manifest lists are still unsupported, and there are some
	upstream PRs that define some of umoci's operations that need to be
	merged before umoci can be considered a compliant implementation. In
	addition, the logging library needs to be swapped (and the amount of
	output reduced).

	Here's a short list of features added:

	* xattr support for both packing and unpacking was added, in particular
	  this code also handles the issue of security.selinux. More policy
	  decisions need to be added, but those are being discussed upstream.
	  cyphar/umoci#52 cyphar/umoci#49

	* Ensure that environment variables have no duplicates. This ensures
	  that umoci won't duplicate environment variables in either Config.Env
	  or the extracted process.env. cyphar/umoci#30

	* Add support for read-only CAS operations with a read-only filesystem.
	  Previously, attempting to open an OCI image on a read-only filesystem
	  would fail miserably, now you can do read-only operations without
	  issue. cyphar/umoci#47

	* Garbage collection now also garbage collects old tmpdirs, and other
	  garbage from inside an image layout. cyphar/umoci#17

	* Output a helpful comment about --rootless if you're getting EPERMs.

	* Enable stack traces from an error if the --debug flag was applied to
	  umoci. This is a feature that hopefully will be added to pkg/errors
	  upstream.

	* Cleanups to vendoring of go-mtree so that it's much more
	  upstream-friendly.

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Tue Dec 13 09:20:10 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Add support for building on s390x and similar architectures, by conditionally
  compiling man pages. In the case where a platform won't get man pages, we
  include the Markdown documentation so at least they get _some_ information.

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Sun Dec 11 13:42:08 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to umoci 0.0.0-rc2. Upstream changelog:
	umoci now has a stable UX, as well as proper documentation for the UX in
	the form of generated man pages. Here's the full list of cool features:

	* umoci v0.0.0-rc2 has support for rootless unpacking and repacking!
	  cyphar/umoci#26

	* It also has support for regular UID and GID mapping! cyphar/umoci#26

	* Symlinks and other similarly tricky unpacking problems have been
	  resolved. All symlink path components are resolved inside the root
	  filesystem of the container during unpacking. cyphar/umoci#27

	* Tag modification commands (such as umoci-tag(1), umoci-rm(1),
	  umoci-ls(1)) have been implemented. cyphar/umoci#6 cyphar/umoci#40

	* umoci-stat(1) has been implemented. Currently it only outputs history
	  information, but this will change in the future. It has stable JSON
	  output. cyphar/umoci#38

	* umoci-init(1) and umoci-new(1) have been implemented, allowing for the
	  creation of entirely new images from scratch. cyphar/umoci#5
	  cyphar/umoci#42

	* umoci-repack(1) and umoci-config(1) now automatically generate history
	  entries (since the history is actually used by tooling like skopeo). In
	  addition, the history mutation from umoci-config(1) has been removed
	  because it was just unsafe. In order for users to be able to configure
	  history entries' values, --history.* flags have been introduced.
	  cyphar/umoci#

	* umoci-unpack(1) now saves all of the important argument metadata
	  provided to it inside the generated bundle. These saved arguments are
	  loaded by umoci-repack(1) to make the workflow much more sane.

	* --image and --from arguments have been combined into skopeo-style
	  <path>[:<tag>] arguments to --image. cyphar/umoci#39

	* Errors encountered during generation of a delta layer now are
	  correctly propagated. cyphar/umoci#33

	* Hardlinks are now correctly unpacked as bone-fide hardlinks.
	  cyphar/umoci#25

	* Support for unpacking and configuring annotations (which is a
	  v1.0.0-rc3 feature of the OCI image specification). There's still some
	  work to be done upstream in making the unpacking procedure specified
	  but this is as good as you're going to get for a while.
	  cyphar/umoci#43

	* umoci has full integration and unit testing. cyphar/umoci#12

	* umoci now has validation integration tests to ensure that at every
	  stage of a test we could stop and still have a completely valid OCI
	  image and that every extracted bundle is a valid OCI runtime bundle.

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Sun Dec 11 12:43:30 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Update to a45b47efb370469642a478ae687da8c9b015e537.

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Wed Nov  9 17:51:28 UTC 2016 - asarai@suse.com

- Initial import of omoci 0.0.0-rc1 (proof of concept).

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