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|Name: wavpack||Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed|
|Version: 5.4.0||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 2.3||Build date: Wed Jun 15 04:33:44 2022|
|Group: Productivity/Multimedia/Sound/Editors and Convertors||Build host: obs-power9-06|
|Size: 442042||Source RPM: wavpack-5.4.0-2.3.src.rpm|
|Summary: Hybrid Lossless Audio Compression Format|
WavPack is an open audio compression format providing lossless, high-quality lossy, and unique hybrid compression modes. Lossless mode is ideal for archiving audio material or any other situation where quality is paramount. The compression ratio depends on the source material, but generally is between 30% and 70%. The hybrid mode creates both, a relatively small, high-quality lossy file that can be used all by itself, and a "correction" file that (when combined with the lossy file) provides full lossless restoration. For some users, this means never having to choose between lossless and lossy compression.
* Wed Mar 16 2022 firstname.lastname@example.org - 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 <email@example.com> - 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 <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 5.3.0 * Plenty of changes * Drop _service and switch to regular release * Fri Aug 30 2019 email@example.com - 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 firstname.lastname@example.org - 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 email@example.com - 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 firstname.lastname@example.org - 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 email@example.com - 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 firstname.lastname@example.org - Compact description. Drop pointless --with-pic since no static libs are built. * Thu Nov 09 2017 email@example.com - 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/bin/wavpack /usr/bin/wvgain /usr/bin/wvtag /usr/bin/wvunpack /usr/share/doc/packages/wavpack /usr/share/doc/packages/wavpack/ChangeLog /usr/share/doc/packages/wavpack/README.md /usr/share/licenses/wavpack /usr/share/licenses/wavpack/COPYING /usr/share/man/man1/wavpack.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/wvgain.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/wvtag.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/wvunpack.1.gz
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