File sed.changes of Package sed

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Mon Aug 24 17:20:34 CEST 2015 - sbrabec@suse.com

- Fix behavior of --follow-symlinks when reading from stdin
  (bnc#933029, gnu#20795, sed-follow-symlinks-stdin.patch).
- Make "sed --follow-symlinks -" consistent with "sed -" again,
  and process stdin instead of ./-, exactly as in SLE11
  (bnc#933029#c6, gnu#20796, sed-follow-symlinks-hyphen.patch).

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Tue Jun  3 09:48:33 UTC 2014 - tcech@suse.cz

- sed-dont_close_twice.patch (bnc#880817)
  when closing fails, file is attempted to be closed again
  patch based of Neil Brown's recommendation

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Fri Apr  5 12:08:28 UTC 2013 - idonmez@suse.com

- Add Source URL, see https://en.opensuse.org/SourceUrls

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Tue Jan 22 18:20:25 CET 2013 - sbrabec@suse.cz

- Update to version 4.2.2:
  * don't truncate input for lines of length 2^31 and longer
  * fix endless loop on incomplete multibyte sequences (bnc#743689)
  * -u also does unbuffered input
  * New command `F' to print current input file name
  * sed -i, s///w, and the `w' and `W' commands also obey the
    --binary option
  * --posix fails for scripts that end in a backslash.
  * New option -z (--null-data) to separate lines by ASCII NUL.
  * \x26 (and similar escaped sequences) produces a literal & in
    the replacement argument of the s/// command.
- Split lang package.
- Option to verify GPG signature.

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Fri Feb  3 15:20:39 UTC 2012 - rschweikert@suse.com

- keep binary in /usr tree (UsrMerge project)

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Fri Dec  2 13:16:18 UTC 2011 - cfarrell@suse.com

- license update: GPL-3.0+
  There are no "GPL-3.0 only" licenses in sed

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Wed Nov 30 14:23:45 UTC 2011 - coolo@suse.com

- add automake as buildrequire to avoid implicit dependency

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Fri Aug 13 11:10:53 CEST 2010 - dimstar@opensuse.org

- Update to version 4.2.1:
  + fix parsing of s/[[[[[[[[[]//
  + security contexts are preserved by -i too under SELinux
  + temporary files for sed -i are not made group/world-readable
    until they are complete
- Changes from version 4.2:
  + now released under GPLv3
  + added a new extension `z` to clear pattern space even in the
    presence of invalid multibyte sequences
  + a preexisting GNU gettext installation is needed in order to
    compile GNU sed with NLS support
  + new option --follow-symlinks, available when editing a file
    in-place.
  + hold-space is reset between different files in -i and -s modes.
  + multibyte processing fixed
  + fixed bug in 'i\' giving a segmentation violation if given
    alone.
  + much improved portability
  + much faster in UTF-8 locales
  + will correctly replace ACLs when using -i
  + will now accept NUL bytes for `.'
- Drop upstream included [atches:
  + sed-follow_symlinks.patch
  + sed-4.1.5-fix_warnings.patch
- Remove --enable-html from configure: the option is no longer
  supported and sed.html no longer created.

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Mon Jun 28 06:38:35 UTC 2010 - jengelh@medozas.de

- use %_smp_mflags

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Tue Dec  8 00:01:17 CET 2009 - jengelh@medozas.de

- enable parallel building

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Mon Feb 18 17:57:19 CET 2008 - dmueller@suse.de

- use %find_lang
- fix rpmlint warnings

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Fri Mar  9 17:31:50 CET 2007 - mkoenig@suse.de

- add --follow-symlinks option [#200082]
- fix 'used uninitialized' warnings [#248721]

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Mon Aug  7 13:55:37 CEST 2006 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Updated to version 4.1.5:
  Fix parsing of a negative character class not including a closed
  bracket, like [^]] or [^]a-z].
  Fix parsing of [ inside an y command, like y/[/A/.
  Output the result of commands a, r, R when a q command is found.
- off-by-one.diff: obsolete (fixed in the source).
- configure needs --enable-html to build sed.html (default=no)
  and it is installed into usr/share/doc/sed-4.1.5/

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Mon Jul 17 13:29:16 CEST 2006 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Fixed the "fix build" below for our current different build
  environments on our different architectures:
  On s390 and s390x the sed.html documentation is still installed
  into usr/share/doc/ but on the other architectures it is
  installed into usr/share/doc/sed/

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Mon Jul  3 17:46:16 CEST 2006 - cthiel@suse.de

- fix build

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Wed Jan 25 21:30:56 CET 2006 - mls@suse.de

- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires

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Thu Jan 19 14:12:52 CET 2006 - agruen@suse.de

- off-by-one.diff: Report the correct back-reference number if
  a substitution's left-hand side does not contain enough groups.

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Fri Apr  1 10:29:28 CEST 2005 - schwab@suse.de

- Don't use included regex.

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Mon Jan 31 11:49:09 CET 2005 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 4.1.4 including:
  o \B correctly means "not on a word boundary" rather than
    "inside a word"
  o bugfixes for platform without internationalization
  o more thorough testing framework for tarballs
    (`make full-distcheck')

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Sat Jan 22 19:02:07 CET 2005 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 4.1.3 including:
  o regex addresses do not use leftmost-longest matching.  In
    other words, /.\+/ only looks for a single character, and
    does not try to find as many of them as possible like it used
    to do.
  o added a note to BUGS and the manual about changed interpretation
    of `s|abc\|def||', and about localization issues.
  o fixed --disable-nls build problems on Solaris.
  o fixed `make check' in non-English locales.
  o `make check' tests the regex library by default if the
    included regex is used (regex tests had to be enabled
    separately up to now).

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Fri Sep 17 18:12:24 CEST 2004 - uli@suse.de

- fixed segfault (bug #45491)

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Sun Aug 22 23:27:58 CEST 2004 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to sed-4.1.2 including:
  o fix bug in 'y' command in multi-byte character sets
  o fix severe bug in parsing of ranges with an embedded open bracket
  o fix off-by-one error when printing a "bad command" error

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Wed Jul  7 09:02:13 CEST 2004 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 4.1.1 including the initialization fix of output_fd

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Wed Jun 23 17:41:29 CEST 2004 - ro@suse.de

- do initialize output_fd before use

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Thu Jun 17 00:32:15 CEST 2004 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 4.1 including:
  o // matches the last regular expression even in
    POSIXLY_CORRECT mode.
  o change the way we treat lines which are not terminated by a
    newline.  Such lines are printed without the terminating
    newline (as before) but as soon as more text is sent to the
    same output stream, the missing newline is printed, so that
    the two lines don't concatenate.  The behavior is now
    independent from POSIXLY_CORRECT because POSIX actually has
    undefined behavior in this case, and the new implementation
    arguably gives the ``least expected surprise''.
  o documentation improvements, with updated references to the
    POSIX.2 specification
  o error messages on I/O errors are better, and -i does not
    leave temporary files around (e.g. when running ``sed -i'' on
    a directory) [#35419]
  o escapes are accepted in the y command (for example: y/o/\n/
    transforms o's into newlines)
  o -i option tries to set the owner and group to the same as the
    input file
  o `L' command is deprecated and will be removed in sed 4.2.
  o line number addresses are processed differently -- this is
    supposedly conformant to POSIX and surely more idiot-proof.
    Line number addresses are not affected by jumping around
    them: they are activated and deactivated exactly where the
    script says, while previously 5,8b 1,5d would actually delete
    lines 1,2,3,4 and 9 (!).
  o multibyte characters are taken in consideration to compute
    the operands of s and y, provided you set LC_CTYPE correctly.
    They are also considered by \l, \L, \u, \U, \E.
  o [\n] matches either backslash or 'n' when POSIXLY_CORRECT.
  o new option --posix, disables all GNU extensions.
    POSIXLY_CORRECT only disables GNU extensions that violate the
    POSIX standard.
  o options -h and -V are not supported anymore, use --help and
    --version.
  o removed documentation for \s and \S which worked incorrectly
  o restored correct behavior for \w and \W: match [[:alnum:]_]
    and [^[:alnum:]_] (they used to match [[:alpha:]_] and
    [^[:alpha:]_]
  o the special address 0 can only be used in 0,/RE/ or 0~STEP
    addresses; other cases give an error (you are hindering
    portability for no reason if specifying 0,N and you are
    giving a dead command if specifying 0 alone).
  o when a \ is used to escape the character that would terminate
    an operand of the s or y commands, the backslash is removed
    before the regex is compiled.  This is left undefined by
    POSIX; this behavior makes `s+x\+++g' remove occurrences of
    `x+', consistently with `s/x\///g'.  (However, if you enjoy
    yourself trying `s*x\***g', sed will use the `x*' regex, and
    you won't be able to pass down `x\*' while using * as the
    delimiter; ideas on how to simplify the parser in this
    respect, and/or gain more coherent semantics, are welcome).

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Fri Mar 12 15:57:40 CET 2004 - mmj@suse.de

- Remove created tempfile in the case of rename failing [#35419]

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Tue Feb 24 11:06:04 CET 2004 - mmj@suse.de

- Update to 4.0.9 with the following changes since 4.0.6:
  o 0 address behaves correctly in single-file (-i and -s) mode.
  o documentation improvements.
  o tested with many hosts and compilers.
  o updated regex matcher from upstream, with many bugfixes and
    speedups.
  o the `N' command's feature that is detailed in the BUGS file was
    disabled by the first change below in sed 4.0.8.  The behavior
    has now been restored, and is only enabled if POSIXLY_CORRECT
    behavior is not requested.
  o fix `sed n' printing the last line twice.
  o fix incorrect error message for invalid character classes.
  o fix segmentation violation with repeated empty subexpressions.
  o fix incorrect parsing of ^ after escaped (.
  o more comprehensive test suite (and with many expected failures...)
  o fix for -i option under Cygwin
  o VPATH builds working on non-glibc machines
  o fixed bug in s///Np: was printing even if less than N matches were
    found.
  o fixed infinite loop on s///N when LHS matched a null string and
    there were not enough matches in pattern space
  o behavior of s///N is consistent with s///g when the LHS can match
    a null string (and the infinite loop did not happen :-)
  o updated some translations

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Sat Jan 10 20:32:30 CET 2004 - adrian@suse.de

- build as user

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Fri Jun 20 02:38:59 CEST 2003 - ro@suse.de

- build with current gettext 

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Wed Jun  4 18:19:46 CEST 2003 - jh@suse.de

- Enable profile feedback

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Thu Apr 24 12:20:23 CEST 2003 - ro@suse.de

- fix install_info --delete call and move from preun to postun

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Fri Mar 21 16:26:20 CET 2003 - pthomas@suse.de

- Update to 4.0.6

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Fri Feb  7 01:27:19 CET 2003 - ro@suse.de

- added install_info macros 

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Mon Nov 18 12:57:51 CET 2002 - ro@suse.de

- set AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION and use 0.10.36 since this is the
  first one with DESTDIR support 

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Fri Sep 20 15:40:05 CEST 2002 - pthomas@suse.de

- Correctly reference regex(7) from man page, remove the
  obsolete remark. Fixes bug #19923.

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Wed Aug 14 15:04:44 CEST 2002 - pthomas@suse.de

- Fix configure.in so that --with-regex=no actually does
  work.

- Make sed use glibc's regex/regex.h.

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Wed Jul  3 21:59:57 CEST 2002 - poeml@suse.de

- enable 'make check' again on ppc64

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Wed Jul  3 21:42:55 CEST 2002 - bk@suse.de

- add man page and remove joe from neededforbuild, no rebuild by joe

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Tue Jun  4 20:24:11 CEST 2002 - pthomas@suse.de

- Move tar and sed to separate packages.
- Update to 3.02.80
- Adapt i18n patch.
- Call autoreconf.
- Update regex.c and regex.h to glibc 2.2.5 versions.
- Use AM_MAINTAINER_MODE and don't enable it (no reconfiguration).
- rework the autoconf test involving LIBOBJS
- Remove acinclude.m4.
- Make acconfig.h obsolete.

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Wed May 22 17:48:32 CEST 2002 - olh@suse.de

- disable sed make check on ppc64

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Wed May 22 16:50:17 CEST 2002 - olh@suse.de

- allow build as user, use buildroot

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Fri Nov 23 13:34:54 CET 2001 - mfabian@suse.de

- add sed-3.02-i18n-0.5.patch from
  http://oss.software.ibm.com/developer/opensource/linux/patches/i18n/
  with this patch, sed passes the tests for the LI18NUX2K.L1
  specification.

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Wed May  9 19:46:04 CEST 2001 - cstein@suse.de

- repacked sources of sed with bzip2.

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Mon May 29 18:38:23 CEST 2000 - kukuk@suse.de

- Move sed to /bin, add compat link

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Mon Jan 17 16:50:21 CET 2000 - ro@suse.de

- info -> /usr/share/info 
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