File fuse-exfat.changes of Package fuse-exfat

Mon Dec 10 20:18:13 UTC 2018 -

- fuse-exfat 1.2.8:
  * Fixed new files or directories creation in the root directory:
    ensure there are no 0x00 entries before valid ones; otherwise
    Windows can corrupt them boo#1118871

Sat Aug 19 13:18:17 UTC 2017 -

- Update to 1.2.7.
  * Fixed handling of two last clusters: operations with files that occupy these clusters could fail.
  * Fixed crash when started with stdin, stdout or stderr closed.
  * Operations with directories (except initial listing) now make less read/write system calls.
  * Fixed handling of files with optional tail entries (0xe0-0xff): videoclip files created by Sony cameras were missing.
  * Write operations now correctly return ENOSPC (instead of EIO) when there is no free disk space left.
  * Fixed max file name length: it's 255 16-bit code units (not 256).
  * Added an option for dumpexfat to show file fragments [Daniel Drake].
  * Fixed crash when directory starts with an invalid cluster.
  * Daylight saving time in now properly reflected in file timestamps.

Sun Jun  5 18:19:07 UTC 2016 -

- Update to 1.2.4:
  * Fixed wrong files names hashes.
  * Man pages are now installed by default.
  * Commas and backslashes in device names are now escaped.

Sat Feb  6 15:02:20 UTC 2016 -

- Provide symlinks to /sbin (see boo#965476)

Sun Jan 17 12:55:18 UTC 2016 -

- Update to 1.2.3
  * Fixed clusters loss when file renaming replaces target.

Fri Dec 11 12:27:44 UTC 2015 -

- Update to 1.2.2
	* Improved reliability in case of a sudden unplug: FS will be in
		a clean state after closing all files and performing sync(1).
	* Fixed compilation on Debian GNU/kFreeBSD and GNU/Hurd
	* Updated mount.exfat-fuse man page.

Fri Oct  2 14:18:30 UTC 2015 -

- Update to version 1.2.1:
  + Fixed compatibility with Zalman VE-200: now newly created
    directories do not have archive bit set.
  + Fixed heap corruption: malformed FS can use invalid sector or
    cluster size.
  + Fixed hang on mount: malformed FS can have cyclic references in
    the clusters.

Wed Sep  2 00:00:00 CEST 2015 -

- Update to version 1.2.0:
  * Switched from SCons to autotools.
  * Added musl libc support [Brendan Heading].
  * Worked around "FS is larger than device" error for memory cards
    formatted by Panasonic Lumix cameras.
  * Worked around "unknown entry type 0xe1" error for memory cards
    formatted by2 Sony cameras.
- spec: change upstream url, cleanup

Tue Aug 19 16:53:17 UTC 2014 -

- recommend exfat-utils
- specfile cleanup using spec-cleaner
- fix URL
- add Changelog and COPYING to doc files

Tue Jul  8 14:04:19 UTC 2014 -

- Update to version 1.1.0:
  + Relicensed the project from GPLv3+ to GPLv2+.
  + OpenBSD support [Helg Bredow].
  + Improved I/O errors handling.
  + Implemented fsync() and fsyncdir().
  + Fixed crash on Mac OS X 10.5 caused by non-standard use of
    realpath(). Also fixed TrueCrypt disks unmounting.
  + Avoid extra erase on writes to the end of a file. This should
    improve linear write speed.
  + Allow arbitrary changing of lower 9 bits of mode. Allow
    owner/group changing to the same owner/group. This fixes rsync.
  + Fixed buffers overflows when handling lengthy file names.
  + Fixed "real size does not equal to size" error on volumes with
  + Fixed negative IUsed in "df -i" output.

Sun May 12 12:26:42 UTC 2013 -

- Fixed an error "unknown filesystem type 'exfat'" for the
  openSUSE 12.3

Tue Mar 26 06:18:14 UTC 2013 -

- Update to version 1.0.1:
  + Fixed unexpected removal of a directory if it is moved into
  + Fixed "Operation not permitted" error on reading an empty file.

Tue Jan 22 17:53:58 UTC 2013 -

- Execute %postun script part only after package uninstallation

Tue Jan 22 07:03:45 UTC 2013 -

- Added link from man page mount.exfat-fuse.8 to mount.exfat.8

Mon Jan 21 14:00:32 UTC 2013 -

- Update to version 1.0.0:
  + Fixed crash when renaming a file within a single directory and
    a new name differs only in case.
  + Fixed clusters allocation: a cluster beyond valid clusters
    could be allocated.
  + Fixed crash when a volume is unmounted while some files are
  + SConscript now respects AR and RANLIB environment variables.
  + Improved error handling.
  + Enabled big_writes. This improves write speed (larger block
    size means less switches between kernel- and user-space).
  + Do BLKROGET ioctl to make sure the device is not read-only:
    after "blockdev --setro" kernel still allows to open the device
    in read-write mode but fails writes.

Sun Jan 13 13:39:35 UTC 2013 - zawertun@gmail.css

- %{optflags} passed as the value for CCFLAGS and CPPFLAGS

Thu Sep 20 14:51:29 UTC 2012 -

- Update to version 0.9.8:
  + The mkfs utility can now create huge file systems (up to several
  + Fixed handling of characters beyond Basic Multilingual Plane.
  + Echo messages to syslog only if stderr is not connected to a

Sat May  5 09:12:05 UTC 2012 -

- Update to version 0.9.7:
  + Out-of-the-box FreeBSD support (via ublio library).
  + Fixed "missing EOD entry" error (could happen while reading
    directory that consists of several clusters).
  + Fixed interpretation of minutes field in files timestamps
    (minutes could be displayed incorrectly).
  + Fixed mtime seconds field initialization for newly created file
    (mtime could be 1 sec less than creation time).
  + SConscript now respects CC, CCFLAGS and LDFLAGS environment

Tue Jan 17 15:12:57 MSK 2012 -

- Update to version 0.9.6:
  + Fixed write performance regression introduced in 0.9.4.
  + Mount in read-only mode if the device is write-protected.
  + Set ctime to mtime to ensure we don't break programs that rely on ctime
    (e.g. rsync considered that all files are outdated) [Eldad Zack].
  + Indicate that FS in not clean when it was not cleanly unmounted.
  + Utilities are now compatible with GNU/Hurd.
  + Fixed several memory leaks that could occur on error handling paths.
  + Improved handling of corrupted file systems.

Mon Jun  6 17:25:55 UTC 2011 -

- Update to version 0.9.5:
  + Fixed erasing of the root directory cluster when creating a new FS with mkexfatfs. This bug could cause mkexfatfs to produce invalid FS.
  + Utilities are not linked with libfuse anymore.
  + Ensure that the path being opened is either a device or a regular file.
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