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|Name: libboost_atomic_legacy||Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15|
|Version: 1.66.0||Vendor: SUSE LLC <https://www.suse.com/>|
|Release: 1.4.1||Build date: Mon Apr 26 18:31:20 2021|
|Group: System/Libraries||Build host: ibs-centriq-3|
|Size: 67288||Source RPM: boost-legacy-base-1.66.0-1.4.1.src.rpm|
|Summary: Boost.Atomic runtime library|
Run-Time support for Boost.Atomic, a library that provides atomic data types and operations on these data types, as well as memory ordering constraints required for coordinating multiple threads through atomic variables.
* Tue Apr 20 2021 email@example.com - Remove extra files that should never be shipped as part of the legacy compatibility library (still bsc#1175886, SLE-17304) - disable python and MPI build as those are not for compatibility * Wed Oct 21 2020 firstname.lastname@example.org - Build with legacy version of ICU (bsc#1175886, SLE-17304) - Remove duplicate license package that we get from original Boost * Thu Mar 19 2020 email@example.com - libreoffice_compat_backports.patch: add a backport of Boost.Optional::has_value() for LibreOffice * Wed Apr 04 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318] * Fri Jan 19 2018 email@example.com - Multibuild requires versioned Name: tag and doesn't seem to do this automatically. (bnc#1076640) * Mon Dec 18 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.66.0 + Beast: new portable HTTP, WebSocket and network operations using Boost.Asio. Header-only library. + Callable Traits: new library and successor to Boost.FunctionTypes. Header-only library. + Mp11: new metaprogramming library + Asio: * implemented interface changes to reflect the Networking TS (N4656) * functions and classes that have been superseded by Networking TS functionality have been deprecated. * added support for customized handler tracking * removed previously deprecated functions + Atomic: improved compatibility with GCC 7. 128-bit operations on x86_64 no longer require linking with compiled library. + DateTime: Fixed an integral overflow that could cause incorrect results when adding or subtracting many years from a date. + Format: New format specifiers added and volatile arguments can not be safely used with operator% + Fusion: * fix compile error with std::array * remove circular preprocessor include + PolyCollection: backported to GCC 4.8 and 4.9 with some limitations + Uuid: added RTF-4122 namespaces in boost::uuids::ns + for complete changelog, see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_66_0.html - refreshed patches: boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch * Wed Nov 29 2017 email@example.com - re-enable Python 2 by default. It's still conditional, but remains enabled by default. This can be disabled in project config. * Tue Oct 24 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - build Python 2 conditionally * Tue Oct 10 2017 email@example.com - Use multibuild setup - build no-dependency libraries in the base package and build the rest of the compiled libraries in the main variant. This should speed up bootstrapping. - boost-devel not built by default anymore. - libboost_headers-devel now provides boost-devel for legacy dependencies. If you need compiled boost libraries depend on the current compiled devel subpackage. - run %fdupes only on the header files and documentation - drop build dependencies on gcc-fortran, chrpath. * Mon Oct 09 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Setup MPI environment prior to building boost. - Switch to OpenMPI2 as OpenMPI1 is becoming deprecated. * Wed Sep 20 2017 email@example.com - New upstream version 1.65.1 + config, fiber - Return a continuation from functions executed by resume_with. + stacktrace - Change preprocessor file extensions to work with the installation system. - Changes in version 1.65.0 + stacktrace - new library providing call sequence in human readable format. + polycollection - new library providing fast containers of polymorphic objects, from Joaquín M López Muñoz. + For full list of changes, see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_65_1.html - 1d862615.patch: upstreamed and removed - gcc_path.patch: obsolete, tr1 module is removed - mpi_upstream.patch: upstreamed and removed - boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch: refreshed - python_library_name.patch: refreshed and reverted upstream changes to mpi/build/Jamfile as we are building python2 and python3 versions of MPI separately. - baselibs.conf + add libboost_stracktrace + update to version 1.65.1 * Tue May 09 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - 1d862615.patch: Fix regression caused by refactoring of serialization code (bnc#1038083) * Mon May 08 2017 email@example.com - make python-numpy optional build dependency - fix building of mpi python3 plugin * Thu Apr 20 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - New upstream version 1.64.0 + process - new library providing cross platform methods to - create child processes - setup stream for child processes - sync and async communication streams with children - sync and async wait - process termination + geometry library had some breaking changes, - ublas_transformer is renamed to matrix_transformer - explicit modifier is added to constructors of rtree index::dynamic_* parameters - strategy::area::huiller replaced by strategy::area::spherical + context library updates - deprecated API:execution-context - fixed bad assembly for fcontext on ppc64/sysv/elf + Updated libraries: any, atomic, config, container, context, conversion, core, coroutine2, fiber, hash, interprocess, intrusive, lexicalcast, math, multi-index containers, multiprecision, predef, program options, regex, smart pointers, test ,typeindex, typetraits, unordered, variant + for details, see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_64_0.html - Build PyNumpy module + add build requires on python-numpy - test_lowcase.patch: upstreamed - refreshed patches: boost-strict_aliasing.patch, gcc_path.patch, python_mpi.patch - mpi_upstream.patch: pending upstream fixes to OpenMPI build - python_library_name.patch: we are building python versions in different stagings so drop library renames. - python_numpy_retfunc.patch: rpmlint fixes * Fri Feb 10 2017 email@example.com - update python macros * Fri Feb 03 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - baselibs.conf: (re)add python 2.7 and 3.x libraries * Wed Jan 25 2017 email@example.com - Fix dependency typos. * Tue Jan 17 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - test_lowcase.patch: downcase Boost::Test usage of uppercase variables. VERSION was clashing with GNU Autotools define resulting in compilation errors of various packages. - recombine headers from various devel subpackages under the libboost_headers-devel package. Not all usage of headers that have compiled parts pull in their associated compiled symbols. - general cleanup of the spec file from old, commented stuffs * Sun Jan 15 2017 email@example.com - remove non-existent dependency in the boost mpi python package * Wed Jan 04 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.63.0 * updated libraries: atomic, container, context, fiber, fusion, geometry, hash, interprocess, intrusive, lexical cast, log, metaparse, move, optional, phoenix, python, test, typeindex, units, unordered * see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_63_0.html for complete list of changes - refresh patches * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch * boost-strict_aliasing.patch, and enable -fno-strict-aliasing for python module - baselibs.conf: * add libboost_locale * rename python to include new soname - remove python-2059618.patch, not needed - make build condition --without buil_mpi work - allow building without python3 bindings, for SLE11SP4 - remove versioned build dependency on libicu-devel, apparently not needed. - split out the boost-devel package into individudal compiled libraries and their -devel subpackages and libboost_headers-devel package for header-only libraries. - remove all the -mt.so symlinks, probably not needed anymore. - ship MPI python bindings for both Python 2.7 and 3.x * add python_mpi.patch to allow proper compiled library loading - dynamic_linking.patch: first attempt to remove static library generation during build process. * Tue Nov 08 2016 email@example.com - Revert upstream change that set default python version and ignored user configuration. python-2059618.patch (boo#1006584) * Thu Nov 03 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Rectify groups and description * Fri Sep 30 2016 email@example.com - package boost-jam - add missing ldconfig for libboost_type_erasure - fix EOL encoding for documentation files * Thu Sep 29 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.62.0 * new library: fiber: framework for userland-threads/fibers * new library: QVM: library for working with quaternions, vectors and matrices of static size * see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_62_0.html for complete changelog - remove boost-fix_include_config.patch - upstreamed - gcc_path.patch - fix GCC search paths (bnc#996917) Boost assumes /usr/include/c++/x.y.z/ existence for GCC 4.x onward while our version of GCC only has /usr/include/c++/x.y for 4.x GCC and /usr/include/c++/x/ for 5.x onward. - migrate to using %bcond_ instead of hardcoding macros for different Boost features - better way to limit max number of compilation units than by reading /proc/meminfo and guesstimating. * Thu Aug 18 2016 email@example.com - Fix boo#994378, boo#994381, boo#994382 boo#994383: Fix build issues when optional_fwd.hpp is used before including boost/config.hpp - Add boost-fix_include_config.patch from gh#boostorg/optional#19 * Fri Aug 12 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - build it from "boost.spec", but create versioned "boost-1_61-devel" packages * Fri Jun 17 2016 email@example.com - build quickbook also in versioned package * Tue Jun 14 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - update to version 1.61.0 Details on http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_61_0.html Obsolete patches: * boost-1.59-test-fenv.patch * boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch * Tue Jun 14 2016 email@example.com - rename package to boost-1_60 to allow multiple versions * Tue Mar 29 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Fix build on systems with GCC4 * Sun Feb 14 2016 email@example.com - Added libboost_python3 to the dependency macro. * boost-devel will now correctly requires libboost_python3. * Mon Jan 18 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch to fix deprecated type_traits usage in boost/graph/adjacency_matrix.hpp header. * Mon Jan 04 2016 email@example.com - Add the following patches from Fedora to fix underlinking in boost::python code * boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch * boost-1.57.0-python-libpython_dep.patch * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch * Wed Dec 23 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Updated to version 1.60.0 * New library: VMD. * Updated libraries: Atomic, Chrono, Container, Context, Core, Filesystem, Flyweight, Fusion, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Locale, log, Move, Multi-index Containers, odeint, Optional, Predef, Test, Thread, UUID * See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_60_0.html for complete changelog. - Modified patch: * boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch - rediff to a new context - Removed patch: * boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch - integrated upstream - Add libboost_type_erasure subpackage * Sun Dec 13 2015 email@example.com - Add support to Boost:Python3 (boo#951902) * New library: python3 * Tue Dec 08 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add boost-visibility.patch to make members of basic_xml_grammar<char> visible (boo#958150). - Fix redefinition of _docdir. * Thu Nov 26 2015 email@example.com - coroutine2 depends on context, disable it if context is not built * Fri Oct 23 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Updated to version 1.59.0: * New libraries: Convert, Coroutine2 * Updated Libraries: Container, Context, Coroutine, Fusion, Geometry, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Move, Multi-index Containers, Predef, Program Options, Property Tree, Boost.Test v3, TypeIndex, Variant * See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_59_0.html for complete changelog. - context now builds on aarch64 - Import two patches from Fedora: boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch, boost-1.59-test-fenv.patch - Drop 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch, 0002-Fix-a-regression-with-non-constexpr-types.patch, boost-uuid-comparison.patch, boost-unrecognized-option.patch. Fixed upstream. * Thu Jun 11 2015 email@example.com - Remove unneeded dependency on xorg-x11-devel * Thu May 21 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - boost-unrecognized-option.patch: remove unrecognized option -m32 * Sat May 09 2015 email@example.com - update to 1.58.0: boost docs remain at 1.56 since upstream hasn't updated yet * New Libraries: Endian, Sort. * Updated Libraries: Asio, Chrono, Container, Context, Conversion, DateTime, Flyweight, Function, Functional/Factory, Fusion, Geometry, Hash, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Math, Move, Multi-index Containers, Multiprecision, Optional, Phoenix, Predef, Random, Thread, TypeErasure, TypeIndex, Units, Unordered, Variant. See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_58_0.html - add 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch , 0002-Fix-a-regression-with-non-constexpr-types.patch: Fixes regressions in 1.58 - drop bjam-alignment.patch, boost-gcc5.patch: Already fixed upstream differently - add boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch: Build only with optflags - add boost-aarch64-flags.patch: Avoid using -m64 - add boost-uuid-comparison.patch: Fix regression in UUID operator< - add boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch: Disable pch on math library to avoid compiler segfault * Mon Mar 09 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add quickbook subpackage * Mon Feb 23 2015 email@example.com - Use $RPM_OPT_FLAGS for building, force use of the GCC toolset. Be more verbose and fail building with the first error. - Add boost-gcc5.patch to use -std=c++11 when building the coroutines module which fixes build with GCC 5. * Fri Dec 05 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Revert the python3 building: it resulted in BOTH libboost_python libraries to be using python 3 instructions, resulting in failures of all Py2 related packages.
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