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|Name: wavpack-devel||Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed|
|Version: 5.4.0||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 2.4||Build date: Wed Jun 15 03:59:34 2022|
|Group: Development/Libraries/C and C++||Build host: obs-arm-5|
|Size: 20280||Source RPM: wavpack-5.4.0-2.4.src.rpm|
|Summary: Development files for wavpack, an audio compression format|
WavPack is an open audio compression format providing lossless, high-quality lossy, and unique hybrid compression modes. This subpackage contains libraries and header files for developing applications that want to make use of wavpack.
* Wed Mar 16 2022 email@example.com - security update - added patches fix CVE-2021-44269 [bsc#1197020], out of bounds read in processing .wav file + wavpack-CVE-2021-44269.patch * Mon Jan 18 2021 Alexandros Toptsoglou <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 5.4.0 * CVE-2020-35738: Fixed an out-of-bounds write in WavpackPackSamples (bsc#1180414) * fixed: disable A32 asm code when building for Apple silicon * fixed: issues with Adobe-style floating-point WAV files * added: --normalize-floats option to wvunpack for correctly exporting un-normalized floating-point files * Fri Apr 17 2020 Martin Pluskal <email@example.com> - Update to version 5.3.0 * Plenty of changes * Drop _service and switch to regular release * Fri Aug 30 2019 firstname.lastname@example.org - Change version to 5.1.0+71.22977b2: + This tarball is created from git master, which is 71 commits AHEAD of 5.1.0; thus, 5.1.0~xxx is wrong, as this implies a version leading up to 5.1.0. Other than that, there is no change in the sources: it's the same commit as before (22977b2). * Wed Aug 14 2019 email@example.com - Update to version 5.1.0~git20190420.22977b2: * Switch to github service to collect all the CVE fixes as releases are not really happening often * bsc#1133384 CVE-2019-11498 * bsc#1141337 CVE-2019-1010315 * bsc#1141338 CVE-2019-1010318 * bsc#1141339 CVE-2019-1010317 * bsc#1141334 CVE-2019-1010319 - Remove merged patches: * CVE-2018-19840.patch * CVE-2018-19841.patch * CVE-2018-7253.patch * CVE-2018-7254.patch * wavpack-CVE-2018-6767.patch * Mon Jan 07 2019 firstname.lastname@example.org - Fix denial-of-service (resource exhaustion caused by an infinite loop; bsc#1120930, CVE-2018-19840, CVE-2018-19840.patch). - Fix denial-of-service (out-of-bounds read and application crash; bsc#1120929, CVE-2018-19841, CVE-2018-19841.patch). * Tue Feb 20 2018 email@example.com - Added CVE-2018-7253.patch: Fixed a heap based buffer overread in cli/dsdiff.c, which allowed remote attackers to cause DoS via a specially crafted input file (CVE-2018-7253, bsc#1081692) - Added CVE-2018-7254.patch: Fixed a buffer overread in cli/caff.c, which allowed remote attackers to cause DoS via a specially crafted input file (CVE-2018-7254, bsc#1081693) * Mon Feb 19 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org - Security fix [bsc#1079746, CVE-2018-6767] * Crafted wav file can trigger a stack buffer overflow when parsing the file * Added wavpack-CVE-2018-6767.patch * Mon Nov 13 2017 email@example.com - Compact description. Drop pointless --with-pic since no static libs are built. * Thu Nov 09 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 5.1.0 * new: command-line tagging utility (wvtag) * added: option to import ID3v2.3 tags from Sony DSF files * fixed: fuzz test failures from AFL reported on SourceForge * improved: DSD decimation filter (less HF rolloff & CPU use) * fixed: non-byte audio depths (12-bit, 20-bit) not showing * fixed: rare case of noise-shaping triggering a lossy mute * fixed: recognize UTF-8 BOM when reading text files * fixed: a few portability issues - Includes changes from 5.0.0: * new: input formats (RF64, Wave64, and CAF) * removed: support for legacy WavPack files (< 4.0) * added: lossless DSD audio in Philips DSDIFF and Sony DSF files * fixed: seeking in > 2GB WavPack files (new stream reader) * fixed: accept > 4GB source audio files (all formats) * improved: increase maximum samples from 2^32 to 2^40 * added: block checksums for robustness to corruption * added: support for non-standard channel identities * added: block decoder for streaming applications * added: new pdf documentation - For other changes, see upstream: * https://github.com/dbry/WavPack/blob/master/ChangeLog - cleanup with spec-cleaner - remove wavpack-fix_pkgconfig.patch, fixed upstream in: * d440649aa113797a50e94285c8c037dc2ad7a5a9 * 779a2e62783acc6a46f75dd89359e95079ef708a * 7846e95eb1c3fa97da41dfe96de532c2df5ad281 - remove license.txt, use upstream copying file instead - Drop Requires, Provides and Obsoletes, as the SUSE versions they were needed for are now EOL.
/usr/include/wavpack /usr/include/wavpack/wavpack.h /usr/lib/libwavpack.so /usr/lib/pkgconfig/wavpack.pc
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