libusb1, sane-backends, xmltoman, pthread, libdaemon, fontconfig, zip, libunistring, libidn2, wget, libtool, gcc

20.01.2020

We released version 1.0.21-2 of libusb1 (A library which allows userspace access to USB devices), version 1.0.26-1 of sane-backends (Scanner access software), version 0.4-1 of xmltoman (Scripts for converting XML to roff or HTML), version 0.1.1-1 of pthread (A posix pthread emulation for OS/2 and OS/2 based systems), version 0.14-1 of libdaemon (Library for writing UNIX daemons), version 2.13.1-4 of fontconfig (Font configuration and customization library), version 3.0-9 of zip (A file compression and packaging utility compatible with PKZIP), version 0.9.10-1 of linunistring (GNU Unicode string library), version 2.3.0-1 of libidn2 (Library to support IDNA2008 internationalized domain names), version 1.20.3-2 of wget (A utility for retrieving files using the HTTP or FTP protocols), version 2.4.6-4 of libtool (The GNU Portable Library Tool), version 9.2.0-2 of gcc (Various compilers (C, C++, Objective-C, ...))


It is uploaded as rpm to the netlabs rel or exp repository. To install just use either yum or ANPM. If anyone prefers a zip file, those are available at the netlabs rel repo or at the netlabs exp repo.

What's new in libusb1:

  • remove unused poll implementation
  • finetune errorhandling
  • handle the case when we opened the device already, this is to mimik the nix behaviour better (libsane testcases failed because of that)

What's new in sane-backends:

  • first release

What's new in xmltoman:

  • first release

What's new in phtread:

  • add a real pthread_sigmask, so returncode is correctt
  • move source to github and clean it a bit

What's new in libdaemon:

  • first release

What's new in fontconfig:

  • handle _EURO extention in set lang env

What's new in zip:

  • fix a 4GB issue

What's new in libunistring:

  • first release

What's new in libidn2:

  • first release

What's new in wget:

  • enable libidn2

What's new in libtool:

  • Use scm_ macros
  • Resync with latest Fedora spec (11bb551)
  • Rebuild for GCC 9
  • Add support for LT_BUILDLEVEL [#1]

What's new in gcc:

  • Use os2_config_sys macro (with -e and %%) instead of hard-coded c:\config.sys
  • Fix gcc1.dll BLDLEVEL string
  • merge spec with fedora one
  • Initial RPM release of GCC 9

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