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Name: gawk Distribution: openSUSE Step 15
Version: 4.2.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.2 Build date: Fri Feb 5 08:19:50 2021
Group: Productivity/Text/Utilities Build host: armbuild04
Size: 3210408 Source RPM: gawk-4.2.1-1.2.src.rpm
Summary: GNU awk
GNU awk is upwardly compatible with the System V Release 4 awk.  It is
almost completely POSIX 1003.2 compliant.






* Mon Feb 26 2018
  - GNU awk 4.2.1:
    * documentation updates
    * In MPFR mode, When ROUNDMODE changes, string values for
      numerically type values will be redone
    * various bug fixes
    * drop fold-string.patch, upstream
  - Use %license (boo#1082318)
* Sat Oct 21 2017
  - fold-string.patch: Don't fold constant strings if either is translatable
* Thu Oct 19 2017
  - Update to gawk 4.2.0
    * If not in POSIX mode, changes to ENVIRON are reflected into
      gawk's environment
    * The series of numbers returned by rand() should now be "more
      random" than previously
    * Multiple changes related to the pretty printer
    * The igawk script and igawk.1 man page are no longer installed
    * Gawk now processes a maximum of two hexadecimal digits in \x
      escape sequences inside strings
    * Setting PROCINFO["redirection", "NONFATAL"] to true makes I/O
      errors for "redirection" not fatal
    * Gawk now supports retryable I/O via PROCINFO[input-file, "RETRY"]
    * Revisions in the POSIX standard remove the special case for POSIX
      mode when FS = " " where newline was not a field separator
    * Gawk now supports strongly typed regexp constants
    * The new typeof() function can be used to indicate if a variable or
      array element is an array, regexp, string or number
    * Optimizations are now enabled by default
    * Passing negative operands to any of the bitwise functions now
      produces a fatal error
    * The mktime function now accepts an optional second argument
    * The FIELDWIDTHS parsing syntax has been enhanced to allow specifying
      how many characters to skip before a field starts
    * The PROCINFO["argv"] array records all of gawk's command line arguments
      as gawk received them
  - gawk_ppc64le_ignore_transient_test_time_failure.patch: removed
* Wed Oct 11 2017
  - also ignore transient test time failure on ppc64
* Mon Apr 10 2017
  - Added an explicit rpmlint rule to keep one file (gawkapi.h)
    from requiring a separate package.
* Mon Sep 05 2016
  * GNU awk 4.1.4:
    * z/OS support updated
    * debugger improvements
    * return value of system() enhanced to convey more information
    * two-way pipe handling improved
    * The -d option now allows -d- to print to standard output.
    * The DJGPP port is now officially deprecated.
* Wed May 04 2016
  - new gawk_ppc64le_ignore_transient_test_time_failure.patch
* Sat May 23 2015
  - GNU awk 4.1.3:
    * Regexp parsing with extra brackets should now be working again.
    * Updated to latest config.guess and config.sub.
    * bug fixes
* Thu May 07 2015
  - skip frequently failing and timing dependent test strftime
* Thu May 07 2015
  - Correct info files scriplet handling section
  - Update info and update-alternatives requirements
* Sun May 03 2015
  - GNU awk 4.1.2:
    * manual improved
    * The debugger's "restart" command now works again.
    * Redirected getline is now allowed inside BEGINFILE/ENDFILE.
    * A number of bugs have been fixed in the MPFR code.
    * Indirect function calls now work for both built-in and extension
    * Built-in functions are now included in FUNCTAB.
    * In non-English locales, it was accidentally possible to use
      non-english letters for identifiers
    * The "where" command has been added to the debugger as an alias
      for "backtrace".
    * Gawk no longer explicitly checks the current directory after
      doing a path search of AWKPATH.
    * Infrastructure upgrades: Automake 1.15, Gettext 0.19.4,
      Libtool 2.4.6, Bison 3.0.4.
    * If a user-defined function has a parameter with the same name
      as another user-defined function, it is no longer possible to
      call the second function from inside the first.
    * POSIX requires that the names of function parameters not be the
      same as any of the special built-in variables and also not
      conflict with the names of any functions. Gawk has checked for
      the former since 3.1.7. With --posix, it now also checks for
      the latter.
    * The test suite should check for necessary locales and skip the
      tests where it matters if support isn't what it should be.
    * Gawk now expects to be compiled on a system with multibyte
      character support.
  - drop gawk-4.1.1-build-baddest.patch, upstream



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