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Name: ruby2.5 Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 2.5.9 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150000.4.23.1 Build date: Thu Apr 21 09:33:55 2022
Group: Development/Languages/Ruby Build host: cabernet
Size: 1486134 Source RPM: ruby2.5-2.5.9-150000.4.23.1.src.rpm
Summary: An Interpreted Object-Oriented Scripting Language
Ruby is an interpreted scripting language for object-oriented programming. It
has many features for processing text files and performing system management
tasks (as in Perl).  It is extensible.

* Ruby features:

- Simple Syntax

- *Normal* Object-Oriented features (class, method calls, for

- *Advanced* Object-Oriented features(Mix-in, Singleton-method, for

- Operator Overloading

- Exception Handling

- Iterators and Closures

- Garbage Collection

- Dynamic Loading of Object Files (on some architectures)




BSD-2-Clause OR Ruby


* Wed Apr 20 2022
  - Update suse.patch:
    - backport fix for CVE-2022-28739: ruby: Buffer overrun in
      String-to-Float conversion (boo#1198441)
    - back port date 2.0.3 CVE-2021-41817 (boo#1193035)
    - merge the previous bug fixes into suse.patch
    - CVE-2021-32066.patch
    - CVE-2021-31810.patch
    - CVE-2021-31799.patch
* Wed Apr 20 2022
  - Add Requires to make and gcc to ruby-devel to make the default
    extconf.rb work
* Thu Nov 11 2021
  Add patches to fix the following CVE's:
    - CVE-2021-32066.patch (CVE-2021-32066): Fix StartTLS stripping
      vulnerability in Net:IMAP (bsc#1188160)
    - CVE-2021-31810.patch (CVE-2021-31810): Fix trusting FTP PASV
      responses vulnerability in  Net:FTP (bsc#1188161)
    - CVE-2021-31799.patch (CVE-2021-31799): Fix Command injection
      vulnerability in RDoc (bsc#1190375)
* Tue Apr 13 2021
  - Update to 2.5.9 (boo#1184644)
    - CVE-2020-25613: Potential HTTP Request Smuggling Vulnerability
      in WEBrick
    - CVE-2021-28965: XML round-trip vulnerability in REXML
    Complete list of changes at
  - Update suse.patch:
    Remove fix for CVE-2020-25613 as it is included in the update
* Mon Mar 15 2021
  - Update suse.patch: (boo#1177125)
    Backport fix CVE-2020-25613: Potential HTTP Request Smuggling
    Vulnerability in WEBrick
* Fri Oct 16 2020
  - replace all patches with suse.patch (v2_5_8..2.5-suse)
    (we keep remove-unneeded-files.patch as it can not be done in our
    backports branch)
  - backport patch to enable optimizations also on ARM64
* Tue Apr 28 2020
  - make sure that update-alternative weight for the default
    distribution is always greater than our normal weight
* Tue Apr 28 2020
  - make the update-alternative weight based on the ruby version
* Tue Apr 07 2020
  - Update to 2.5.8 (boo#1167244 boo#1168938)
    - CVE-2020-10663: Unsafe Object Creation Vulnerability in JSON
      (Additional fix)
    - CVE-2020-10933: Heap exposure vulnerability in the socket
  - drop CVE-2020-8130.patch and rake-12.3.0.gem: included upstream
* Fri Mar 06 2020
  - Fix CVE-2020-8130 (boo# 1164804) for the intree copy of rake:
    - add CVE-2020-8130.patch and rake-12.3.0.gem
* Thu Feb 06 2020
  - remove test files which are not needed at runtime (boo#1162396)
    - adds remove-unneeded-files.patch and did_you_mean-1.2.0.gem
* Tue Oct 08 2019
  - update to 2.5.7
    - CVE-2019-16255: A code injection vulnerability of Shell#[]
      and Shell#test (boo#1152990)
    - CVE-2019-16254: HTTP response splitting in WEBrick
      (Additional fix) (boo#1152992)
    - CVE-2019-15845: A NUL injection vulnerability of File.fnmatch
      and File.fnmatch? (boo#1152994)
    - CVE-2019-16201: Regular Expression Denial of Service
      vulnerability of WEBrick’s Digest access authentication
    - Multiple jQuery vulnerabilities in RDoc (CVE-2012-6708
* Tue Jul 09 2019
  - fix running tests (boo#1140844)
    just passing the DISABLED_TESTS variable is wrong. probably a
    relict from calling the test scripts directly. use TESTOPTS now.
* Thu Jun 13 2019
  - refreshed patches with new patch series:
  - rename patch now that it is generated from git:
    old: 450160263aed8c446ce5b142d71f921ab4118f3a.patch
    new: 0005-Include-the-alternative-malloc-header-instead-of-mal.patch
    old: use-pie.patch
    new: 0006-Use-PIE-for-the-binaries.patch
  - ruby: change over of the Japanese Era to the new emperor May
    1st 2019 (boo#1133790)
* Wed Mar 27 2019
  - for some reason the --enable-pie option does not work as
    expected. Fix this for now with a patch that just injects the
    - pie flag in the Makefile (adds use-pie.patch) (boo#1130028)
* Fri Mar 15 2019
  - update to 2.5.5
    - CVE-2019-8320: Delete directory using symlink when
      decompressing tar (boo#1130627)
    - CVE-2019-8321: Escape sequence injection vulnerability in
      verbose  (boo#1130623)
    - CVE-2019-8322: Escape sequence injection vulnerability in gem
      owner  (boo#1130622)
    - CVE-2019-8323: Escape sequence injection vulnerability in API
      response handling  (boo#1130620)
    - CVE-2019-8324: Installing a malicious gem may lead to arbitrary
      code execution  (boo#1130617)
    - CVE-2019-8325: Escape sequence injection vulnerability in
      errors  (boo#1130611)
* Thu Feb 07 2019
  - replace the awk based provides generation with the new file-attr
    handler in ruby-bundled-gems-rpmhelper
    This kills one provides rubygem-name = version
    But this should not have be used since a while anymore.
  - add option to build without docs for testing
  - provide support to undo the split of the stdlib:
    pass --without=separate_stdlib to "osc build"
* Fri Nov 23 2018
  - Use parallel make.
* Thu Nov 22 2018
  - Disable compressed sections as they are not supported by rpm
* Wed Nov 07 2018
  - update to 2.5.3
    This release includes some bug fixes and some security fixes.
    - CVE-2018-16396: Tainted flags are not propagated in Array#pack
      and String#unpack with some directives (boo#1112532)
    - CVE-2018-16395: OpenSSL::X509::Name equality check does not
      work correctly (boo#1112530)
  - drop frozen-pop3.patch
* Tue Oct 16 2018
  - backport 450160263aed8c446ce5b142d71f921ab4118f3a.patch:
    Include the alternative malloc header instead of malloc.h
* Tue Aug 28 2018
  - update to 2.5.1
    This release includes some bug fixes and some security fixes.
    - CVE-2017-17742: HTTP response splitting in WEBrick
    - CVE-2018-6914: Unintentional file and directory creation with
      directory traversal in tempfile and tmpdir (boo#1087441)
    - CVE-2018-8777: DoS by large request in WEBrick (boo#1087436)
    - CVE-2018-8778: Buffer under-read in String#unpack (boo#1087433)
    - CVE-2018-8779: Unintentional socket creation by poisoned NUL
      byte in UNIXServer and UNIXSocket (boo#1087440)
    - CVE-2018-8780: Unintentional directory traversal by poisoned
      NUL byte in Dir (boo#1087437)
    - Multiple vulnerabilities in RubyGems
      CVE-2018-1000079 (boo#1082058)
      CVE-2018-1000075 (boo#1082014)
      CVE-2018-1000078 (boo#1082011)
      CVE-2018-1000077 (boo#1082010)
      CVE-2018-1000076 (boo#1082009)
      CVE-2018-1000074 (boo#1082008)
      CVE-2018-1000073 (boo#1082007)
* Tue Aug 28 2018
  - added frozen-pop3.patch:
    Net::POPMail methods modify frozen literal when using default arg
* Thu Mar 22 2018
  - wrong files where installed from the macro files after adding
* Thu Jan 25 2018
  - fix dump-versions.rb: it was picking up system rdoc versions on
    some source dirs
* Mon Jan 15 2018
  - add reproducible build patches from debian
* Mon Dec 25 2017
  - drop 316f58076d29dcff053256992d9ec19fed7e698f.patch
  - no longer bundling bundler
* Mon Dec 25 2017
  - update to 2.5.0 final
    Ruby 2.5.0 is the first stable release of the Ruby 2.5 series. It
    introduces many new features and performance improvements. The
    notable changes are as follows:
    - New Features
    - rescue/else/ensure are now allowed to be used directly with
      do/end blocks. [Feature #12906]
    - Add yield_self to yield given block in its context. Unlike
      tap, it returns the result of the block. [Feature #6721]
    - Support branch coverage and method coverage measurement. The
      branch coverage indicates which branches are executed and
      which are not. The method coverage indicates which methods
      are invoked and which are not. By running the test suite with
      these new features, you will know which branches and methods
      are executed, and evaluate total coverage of the test suite
      more strictly. [Feature #13901]
    - Hash#slice [Feature #8499] and Hash#transform_keys [Feature
    - can create classes that accept keyword arguments.
      [Feature #11925]
    - Enumerable#any?,all?,none? and one? accept a pattern argument
      [Feature #11286]
    - Top-level constant look-up is no longer available. [Feature
    - One of our most loved libraries, pp.rb, is now automatically
      loaded. You no longer have to write require "pp". [Feature
    - Print backtrace and error message in reverse order (oldest
      call first, most recent call last). When a long backtrace
      appears on your terminal (TTY), you can easily find the cause
      line at the bottom of the backtrace. Note that the order is
      reversed only when backtrace is printed out to the terminal
      directly. [Feature #8661] [experimental]
    - Performance improvements
    - About 5-10% performance improvement by removing all trace
      instructions from overall bytecode (instruction sequences).
      The trace instruction was added to support the TracePoint.
      However, in most cases, TracePoint is not used and trace
      instructions are pure overhead. Instead, now we use a dynamic
      instrumentation technique. See [Feature #14104] for more
    - Block passing by a block parameter (e.g. def foo(&b);
      bar(&b); end) is about 3 times faster than Ruby 2.4 by “Lazy
      Proc allocation” technique. [Feature #14045]
    - Mutex is rewritten to be smaller and faster. [Feature #13517]
    - ERB now generates code from a template which runs twice as
      fast as Ruby 2.4.
    - Improve performance of some built-in methods including
      Array#concat, Enumerable#sort_by, String#concat,
      String#index, Time#+ and more.
    - IO.copy_stream uses copy_file_range(2) to copy offload
      [Feature #13867]
    - Other notable changes since 2.4
    - SecureRandom now prefers OS-provided sources over OpenSSL.
      [Bug #9569]
    - Promote cmath, csv, date, dbm, etc, fcntl, fiddle, fileutils,
      gdbm, ipaddr, scanf, sdbm, stringio, strscan, webrick, zlib
      from standard libraries to default gems.
    - Update to Onigmo 6.1.3.
    - It adds the absence operator.
    - Note that Ruby 2.4.1 also includes this change.
    - Update to Psych 3.0.2.
    - Update to RubyGems 2.7.3.
    - Update to RDoc 6.0.1.
    - Switch the lexer from IRB based one to Ripper. This
      dramatically improves the performance of document
    - Fix a significant amount of bugs that existed over ten
    - Add support for new Ruby syntax from the latest versions.
    - Update supported Unicode version to 10.0.0.
    - Thread.report_on_exception is now set to true by default.
      This change helps debugging of multi-threaded programs.
      [Feature #14143]
    - IO#write now receives multiple arguments [Feature #9323] For
      details see:
* Tue Dec 19 2017
  - switch to https urls
* Mon Dec 18 2017
  - update to 2.5.0~rc1
  - added 316f58076d29dcff053256992d9ec19fed7e698f.patch
    to fix building rbtrace and ruby-prof
* Mon Nov 20 2017
  - disable jemalloc again because of: (boo#1068883)
* Fri Nov 17 2017
  - update to 60813
    see installed /usr/share/doc/packages/ruby2.5/ChangeLog
* Wed Nov 15 2017
  - update to 60739
    see installed /usr/share/doc/packages/ruby2.5/ChangeLog
* Wed Nov 15 2017
  - make the whole u-a handling less error prone by having the list
    in variable ua-binaries
* Thu Nov 09 2017
  - Add conflicts to libruby to make sure ruby and ruby-stdlib are
    also updated when libruby is updated (bsc#1048072.)
* Thu Nov 09 2017
  - exclude all testsuites for the stdlib gems
* Wed Nov 08 2017
  - build jemalloc
* Tue Oct 31 2017
  - update to 60568
    see installed /usr/share/doc/packages/ruby2.5/ChangeLog
    - this fixes the "ruby -rubygems" on 2.5
* Wed Oct 04 2017
  - update intree gem list
  - bundler is now part of core too!
* Wed Oct 04 2017
  - update to r60035:
    see installed /usr/share/doc/packages/ruby2.5/ChangeLog
  - revert some of the wrong Group changes
  - drop autoreconf -fi and the buildrequires for the related
* Fri Sep 22 2017
  - make it easier to sync the versions from the gemspec with the
    spec file:
    ruby dump-versions.rb $unpacked_tarball_dir
* Fri Sep 22 2017
  - add conflicts for all intree gems
* Mon Sep 11 2017
  - Fix RPM groups. Replace old RPM macros by modern ones.
  - Ensure neutrality of descriptions.
* Fri Sep 08 2017
  - update to 59623
* Wed Aug 09 2017
  - fix gem provides
  - install macro files with 2.5 version
* Wed Aug 09 2017
  - initial package (Fate#324013)
  - port 2 patches we still need from the 2.4 package:



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