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Hexchat, Duplicity Among Packages Updated in Tumbleweed

September 6th, 2018 by

Three openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots were released this week that updated versions of dbus, hexchat and more.

Snapshot 20180903 updated extended attributes extensions with the attr 2.4.48 package, which removed various deprecated sections like attr/attr.h and added a patch to have tests working with newer perls. The bash-completion 2.8 package fixed getting username in non-login shells. The dbus-1 1.12.10 and dbus-1-x11 1.12.10 both fixed builds with GNU Compiler Collection 8 -Werror=cast-function-type and a minor memory leak when a DBusServer listens on a new address. IRC Client hexchat 2.14.2 added appstream metainfo for plugins and removed shift+click binding to close tabs. The USB Wifi driver package rtl8812au 5.2.20.2 added new hardware support and the Schily Tool Box, schily version 2018.08.24, added support for SELinux. C library libHX updated to version 3.23 and python-kiwi to 9.16.12.

The end of month snapshot, 20180831, had a version bump with GNOME’s goffice to 0.10.43.

Several perl packages were updated like perl-Cpanel-JSON-XS 4.06, perl-Module-Signature 0.83 and perl-Net-Netmask 1.9104. The dateutil module available in Python, which provides powerful extensions to the standard datetime module, fixed an issue with the setup script running in non-UTF-8 environments with python-python-dateutil 2.7.3. A change was made to licensing with the ucode-intel 20180807a update and yast2-journal 4.1.2 fixed a crash when changing the filter as a non-root user.

The snapshot that began the week had two package changes in snapshot 20180829. Encrypted backup package duplicity 0.7.18.1 cleaned up spec file and now uses modern python macros. The remmina package, which is a remote desktop client for access any operating system, provided some enhancements in version 1.2.31.4 with implementing send ctrl+alt+fn keys and fix some bugs including libssh deprecations.

All snapshots are stable according to the Tumbleweed snapshot reviewer with snapshot 20180903 recording a 91 rating and snapshot 20180831 trending at 95 rating and snapshot  20180903 trending at 96 rating.