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Name: libxkbcommon0-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 0.8.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.2.5 Build date: Sat May 16 13:36:33 2020
Group: System/Libraries Build host: lamb60
Size: 276236 Source RPM: libxkbcommon-0.8.2-lp152.2.5.src.rpm
Summary: Library for handling xkb descriptions
xkbcommon is a keymap handling library, which can parse XKB
descriptions (e.g. from xkeyboard-config), and use this to help its
users make sense of their keyboard input. Unfortunately, X11's
requirements mean this is not actually usable for the X server, but it
should be perfectly usable for client toolkits, as well as alternative
windowing systems, compositors and system-level clients such as
Wayland and kmscon.






* Tue Aug 07 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.2 (boo#1105832)
    * Fix a few NULL-dereferences, out-of-bounds access and undefined
      behavior in the XKB text format parser.
    * CVEs fixed:     CVE-2018-15853, CVE-2018-15854, CVE-2018-15855,
      CVE-2018-15856, CVE-2018-15857, CVE-2018-15858, CVE-2018-15859,
      CVE-2018-15861, CVE-2018-15862, CVE-2018-15863, CVE-2018-15864
  - run make check
* Fri Dec 15 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.0
    * Added xkb_keysym_to_{upper,lower} to perform case-conversion
      directly on keysyms. This is useful in some odd cases, but
      working with the Unicode representations should be preferred
      when possible.
    * Added Unicode conversion rules for the signifblank and
      permille keysyms.
    * Fixed a bug in the parsing of XKB key type definitions where
      the number of levels were determined by the number of level
    * names*. Keymaps which omit level names were hence
      miscompiled. This regressed in version 0.4.3. Keymaps from
      xkeyboard-config were not affected since they don't omit
      level names.
* Thu Oct 19 2017
  - Allow building x11 subpackage on any distribution
* Mon Aug 07 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 0.7.2
    * Added new keysym definitions from xproto.
    * New APIs: XKB_KEY_XF86Keyboard, XKB_KEY_XF86WWAN,
      XKB_KEY_XF86RFKill, XKB_KEY_XF86AudioPreset.
* Wed Jan 18 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 0.7.1
    * Fixed various reported problems when the current locale is
* Fri Nov 11 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 0.7.0
    * Added support for different "modes" of calculating consumed
      modifiers. The existing mode, based on the XKB standard, has
      proven to be unintuitive in various shortcut implementations.
    * A new mode, based on the calculation used by the GTK toolkit,
      is added. This mode is less eager to declare a modifier as
* Fri Apr 08 2016
  - Update to version 0.6.1:
    * Add LICENSE to distributed files in tarball releases.
    * Minor typo fix in xkb_keymap_get_as_string() documentation.
  - Changes from version 0.6.0:
    * If the XKB_CONFIG_ROOT environment variable is set, it is used
      as the XKB configuration root instead of the path determined at
      build time.
    * Tests and benchmarks now build correctly on OSX.
    * An XKB keymap provides a name for each key it defines.
      Traditionally these names are limited to at most 4 characters,
      and are thus somewhat obscure, but might still be useful
      (xkbcommon lifts the 4 character limit).
    * The new functions xkb_keymap_key_get_name() and
      xkb_keymap_key_by_name() can be used to get the name of a key
      or find a key by name. Note that a key may have aliases.
    * Documentation improvements.
    * New API:
      + xkb_keymap_key_by_name().
      + xkb_keymap_key_get_name().
* Mon Nov 02 2015
  - Requires xkeyboard-config, bsc#952403
    * libxkbcommon should brings xkeyboard-config together always as
      libxkbcommon does not distribute xkb data itself, and especially
      requires xkeyboard-config for any rely on libxkbcommon in the
      minimal system.
* Mon Nov 03 2014
  - Update to version 0.5.0:
    * Added support for Compose/dead keys in a new module (included in
    libxkbcommon). See the documentation or the
    xkbcommon/xkbcommon-compose.h header file for more details.
    * Improved and reordered some sections of the documentation.
    * The doxygen HTML pages were made nicer to read.
    * Most tests now run also on non-linux platforms.
    * A warning is emitted by default about RMLVO values which are not
    used during keymap compilation, which are most often a user
    misconfiguration. For example, "terminate:ctrl_alt_backspace"
    instead of "terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp".
    * Added symbol versioning for libxkbcommon and libxkbcommon-x11.
    Note: binaries compiled against this and future versions will not
    be able to link against the previous versions of the library.
    * Removed several compatablity symbols from the binary (the API
    isn't affected). This affects binaries which:
    1. Were compiled against a pre-stable (<0.2.0) version of
    libxkbcommon, and
    2. Are linked against the this or later version of libxkbcommon.
    Such a scenario is likely to fail already.
    * If Xvfb is not available, the x11comp test is now correctly
    skipped instead of hanging.
    * Benchmarks were moved to a separate bench/ directory.
    * Build fixes from OpenBSD.
    * Fixed a bug where key type entries such as "map[None] = Level2;"
    were ignored.
    * New API:
* Thu Sep 11 2014
  - Add commentary about upcoming symbol version support to
    .spec file.



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