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expect-devel-5.45.3-1.63 RPM for aarch64

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Name: expect-devel Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 5.45.3 Vendor: SUSE LLC <https://www.suse.com/>
Release: 1.63 Build date: Sat May 26 00:04:29 2018
Group: Development/Libraries/Tcl Build host: centriq2
Size: 25959 Source RPM: expect-5.45.3-1.63.src.rpm
Packager: https://www.suse.com/
Url: http://expect.nist.gov
Summary: Header Files and C API Documentation for expect
This package contains header files and documentation needed for linking
to expect from programs written in compiled languages like C, C++, etc.

This package is not needed for developing scripts that run under the
/usr/bin/expect interpreter, or any other Tcl interpreter with the
expect package loaded.

Provides

Requires

License

SUSE-Public-Domain

Changelog

* Wed Nov 08 2017 aavindraa@gmail.com
  - New version 5.45.3:
    * expect.c: On finding a full buffer during matching the sliding
      window mechanism slides too far, truncating the whole buffer and
      preventing matches across the boundary. Fix is shortening the
      slide distance (slide only one 1/3).
    * expect.c: Replaced a cc==0 check with proper Tcl_Eof() check.
  - Includes changes from 5.45.2:
    * configure: Extended Tcl header detection for OS X Mountain Lion.
    * expect.c: Replaced memcpy with memmove to properly handle
      overlapping memory.
  - Includes changes from 5.45.1:
    * exp_chan.c: Fix a problem when talking a tty where the writer
      dies. Some operating systems report the condition as EIO with
      nothing read, while this actually an EOF. Previously, returned
      data was incomplete due to the error causing data in buffers to
      be dropped.
    * exp_chan.c: Fix a problem with the iteration over the expect
      channel list where the loop code may modify the list, breaking
      the iterator.
    * Fixes for exp_chan.c and exp_command.h
    * expect.c: Convert #bytes information to #chars to prevent later
      code to fail when copying strings around and miscalculating how
      much to copy, for strings containing non-ASCII utf chars.
    * exp_inter.c: Hack access to TCL_REG_BOSONLY when not present,
      became private with Tcl 8.5 and higher.
    * expect.h: Remove the local fiddling with the memory allocation
      and panic macros.
    * example/unbuffer: Prevent unbuffer from swallowing exit code of
      the command it ran (regular mode only, not -p)
    * Various deduplications and cleanups
  - cleanup with spec-cleaner
  - use %make_install macro
* Fri Jul 17 2015 max@suse.com
  - Don't ship the 'weather' example anymore (fate#318342).
* Tue Mar 26 2013 mmeister@suse.com
  - Added url as source.
    Please see http://en.opensuse.org/SourceUrls
* Wed Feb 06 2013 schwab@suse.de
  - Update config.guess/sub for aarch64
* Sat Apr 14 2012 schwab@linux-m68k.org
  - Remove execute permission from logfiles
* Tue Dec 20 2011 coolo@suse.com
  - add autoconf as buildrequire to avoid implicit dependency
* Fri Oct 07 2011 max@suse.com
  - New version 5.45:
    * Examples now use the expect package instead of /usr/bin/expect.
    * Countless other bug fixes. For details, see
      /usr/share/doc/packages/expect/ChangeLog
* Sun Sep 18 2011 jengelh@medozas.de
  - Remove redundant/obsolete tags/sections from specfile
    (cf. packaging guidelines)
  - Use %_smp_mflags for parallel build
* Mon May 25 2009 max@suse.de
  - Fix buffer overflow in the "stty" command
    (bnc#506873, bnc#501291).
* Tue Oct 14 2008 max@suse.de
  - Update to version 5.44.1.11 from CVS. The changes mainly consist
    of our former expect-fixes.patch and expect-warnings.patch, plus
    some more bug fixes, e.g. for the [expect -exact] crash reported
    at bnc#427270 .

Files

/usr/include/expect.h
/usr/include/expect_comm.h
/usr/include/expect_tcl.h
/usr/include/tcldbg.h
/usr/share/man/man3/libexpect.3.gz


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