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Name: protobuf-java Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 3.5.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.3.3 Build date: Wed May 16 19:08:27 2018
Group: Development/Libraries/Java Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 888205 Source RPM: protobuf-3.5.0-lp150.3.3.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://github.com/google/protobuf/
Summary: Java Bindings for Google Protocol Buffers
This package contains the Java bindings for Google Protocol Buffers.

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BSD-3-Clause

Changelog

* Fri Feb 23 2018 mlin@suse.com
  - Add adding-Release_CompareAndSwap-64-bit-variant.patch
    * Fix compile error undefined reference to
      `google::protobuf::internal::Release_CompareAndSwap(long volatile*, long, long)'
      on s390x https://github.com/google/protobuf/issues/3937
* Mon Jan 22 2018 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Conditionalize python2 and python3 in order to be able to build
    without python2 present in distribution
    * Use singlespec macros to simplify the logic
  - Run fdupes on python modules to avoid duplicates
  - Remove shebangs from import-only code
* Mon Dec 11 2017 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 3.5.0
    * Proto3 messages are now preserving unknown fields by default.
      If you rely on unknowns fields being dropped, use
      DiscardUnknownFields() explicitly.
    * Deprecated the unsafe_arena_release_* and
      unsafe_arena_add_allocated_* methods for string fields.
    * Added move constructor and move assignment to RepeatedField,
      RepeatedPtrField and google::protobuf::Any.
    * Added perfect forwarding in Arena::CreateMessage.
    * In-progress experimental support for implicit weak fields
      with lite protos. This feature allows the linker to strip out
      more unused messages and reduce binary size.
  - Rename %soname to %sover to better reflect its use.
* Fri Jun 16 2017 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Install LICENSE
* Sun Jun 11 2017 alarrosa@suse.com
  - Update to 3.3.0 :
    * C++:
    * Fixed map fields serialization of DynamicMessage to correctly serialize
      both key and value regardless of their presence.
    * Parser now rejects field number 0 correctly.
    * New API Message::SpaceUsedLong() that’s equivalent to
      Message::SpaceUsed() but returns the value in size_t.
    * JSON support
    - New flag always_print_enums_as_ints in JsonPrintOptions.
    - New flag preserve_proto_field_names in JsonPrintOptions. It will instruct
      the JSON printer to use the original field name declared in the .proto
      file instead of converting them to lowerCamelCase when printing JSON.
    - JsonPrintOptions.always_print_primtive_fields now works for oneof message
      fields.
    - Fixed a bug that doesn’t allow different fields to set the same json_name
      value.
    - Fixed a performance bug that causes excessive memory copy when printing
      large messages.
    * Various performance optimizations.
    * Java:
    * Map field setters eagerly validate inputs and throw NullPointerExceptions
      as appropriate.
    * Added ByteBuffer overloads to the generated parsing methods and the Parser
      interface.
    * proto3 enum's getNumber() method now throws on UNRECOGNIZED values.
    * Output of JsonFormat is now locale independent.
    * Python:
    * Added FindServiceByName() in the pure-Python DescriptorPool. This works only
      for descriptors added with DescriptorPool.Add(). Generated descriptor_pool
      does not support this yet.
    * Added a descriptor_pool parameter for parsing Any in text_format.Parse().
    * descriptor_pool.FindFileContainingSymbol() now is able to find nested
      extensions.
    * Extending empty [] to repeated field now sets parent message presence.
  - Update to 3.2.0 :
    * Added protoc version number to protoc plugin protocol. It can be used by
      protoc plugin to detect which version of protoc is used with the plugin and
      mitigate known problems in certain version of protoc.
    * C++:
    * The default parsing byte size limit has been raised from 64MB to 2GB.
    * Added rvalue setters for non-arena string fields.
    * Enabled debug logging for Android.
    * Fixed a double-free problem when using Reflection::SetAllocatedMessage()
      with extension fields.
    * Fixed several deterministic serialization bugs:
    * MessageLite::SerializeAsString() now respects the global deterministic
      serialization flag.
    * Extension fields are serialized deterministically as well.  Fixed protocol
      compiler to correctly report importing-self as an error.
    * Fixed FileDescriptor::DebugString() to print custom options correctly.
    * Various performance/codesize optimizations and cleanups.
    * Java:
    * The default parsing byte size limit has been raised from 64MB to 2GB.
    * Added recursion limit when parsing JSON.
    * Fixed a bug that enumType.getDescriptor().getOptions() doesn't have custom
      options.
    * Fixed generated code to support field numbers up to 2^29-1.
    * Python:
    * You can now assign NumPy scalars/arrays (np.int32, np.int64) to protobuf
      fields, and assigning other numeric types has been optimized for
      performance.
    * Pure-Python: message types are now garbage-collectable.
    * Python/C++: a lot of internal cleanup/refactoring.
  - Increase soname to 13
  - Generate python2-protobuf and python3-protobuf packages in Factory
  - Make the python2-protobuf package provide and obsolete python-protobuf
    to make the transition smooth in Tumbleweed
* Sun Jan 22 2017 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Fix an issue with setup.py where some files are built on the
    first invocation, but only copied on the second. This resulted
    in an incomplete protobuf-python package.
* Sat Jan 07 2017 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Update to protobuf v3.1.0. Protobuf v3.0.0 introduceced a new
    version of the protocol buffer language, proto3, which supersedes
    proto2.
    The protoc compiler is able to read old proto2 protocol definitions,
    and defaults to the proto2 syntax if a syntax is not specified, thus
    packages can be recompiled to link to the new library. For backwards
    compatibility, the old library version is available from the
    protobuf2 package.
    As the API for proto2 is not compatible to the proto3 API, proto3
    should only be used for new Protocol Buffers, whereas current users
    are advised to keep using proto2. For a detailed list of changes,
    see https://github.com/google/protobuf/releases
  - Drop no longer needed patches:
    * protobuf-setuptools-2.4.1.patch
    * protobuf-return-no-nonvoid.patch
* Fri Dec 16 2016 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Use py_sitedir for library installation with setup.py install
* Wed Dec 14 2016 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Drop protobuf-libs as it is just workaround for rpmlint issue
* Sat Dec 10 2016 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Cleanup specfile:
    * remove any conditionals for versions predating SLES 12/Leap 42.x
    * add Provides: protobuf-libs to fix rpmlint warning
* Mon Dec 07 2015 lnussel@suse.de
  - disable google-apputils usage. They are only used for the testsuite which
    wasn't called anyways. The next upstream version will not use
    apputils anymore anyways. Fixes build on SLE12.
    https://github.com/google/protobuf/commit/9f42f5f4a423b923f7b07ae8c5e8db4943df49c6
    bnc#957472
* Thu Nov 12 2015 alarrosa@suse.com
  - Python bindings require a recent python-google-apputils, so build
    them where it's available (that's anything recent except SLE12)
* Thu Nov 12 2015 alarrosa@suse.com
  - Fix check so python bindings are not built in SLE12
* Fri Nov 06 2015 edogawa@aon.at
  - tweak spec to build python bindings for Leap 42.1
* Wed Jul 29 2015 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Fix baselibs.conf: last time the sonames were bumped,
    baselibs.conf has not been updated accordingly.
* Sat Feb 28 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Add protobuf-return-no-nonvoid.patch
  - Do not install examples
  - Remove 0001-Add-generic-GCC-support-for-atomic-operations.patch
* Fri Feb 27 2015 mpluskal@suse.com
  - Use current url's
  - Update dependencies
    * python bindings now require recent python-google-apputils
      which are available only in recet (13.1 and higher releases of
      openSUSE)
  - Update to 2.6.1
    * Added atomicops support for Solaris.
    * Released memory allocated by InitializeDefaultRepeatedFields()
      and GetEmptyString(). Some memory sanitizers reported them
      as memory leaks.
    * Updated DynamicMessage.setField() to handle repeated enum
      values correctly.
    * Fixed a bug that caused NullPointerException to be thrown when
      converting manually constructed FileDescriptorProto to
      FileDescriptor.
  - Changes for 2.6.0
    * Added oneofs(unions) feature. Fields in the same oneof will
      share memory and at most one field can be set at the same time.
    * Files, services, enums, messages, methods and enum values
      can be marked as deprecated now.
    * Added Support for list values, including lists of mesaages,
      when parsing text-formatted protos in C++ and Java.
    * Enhanced customization on TestFormat printing.
    * Added SwapFields() in reflection API to swap a subset of
      fields.
    * Added SetAllocatedMessage() in reflection API.
    * Repeated primitive extensions are now packable. The
      [packed=true] option only affects serializers. Therefore,
      it is possible to switch a repeated extension field to
      packed format without breaking backwards-compatibility.
    * Various speed optimizations.
    * writeTo() method in ByteString can now write a substring to
      an output stream. Added endWith() method for ByteString.
    * ByteString and ByteBuffer are now supported in CodedInputStream
      and CodedOutputStream.
    * java_generate_equals_and_hash can now be used with the
      LITE_RUNTIME.
    * A new C++-backed extension module (aka "cpp api v2") that
      replaces the old ("cpp api v1") one. Much faster than the
      pure Python code. This one resolves many bugs and is
      recommended for general use over the pure Python when possible.
* Tue Nov 05 2013 sleep_walker@suse.cz
  - fix java flags to build package for SLE_11_SP3
* Fri Jun 07 2013 dvaleev@suse.com
  - package google/protobuf/stubs/atomicops_internals_generic_gcc.h
    mosh reqires it
* Mon May 27 2013 dvaleev@suse.com
  - Build on architectures where no specialized code has been written
    0001-Add-generic-GCC-support-for-atomic-operations.patch
* Fri Apr 12 2013 ftake@geeko.jp
  - Upstream update to 2.5.0
    * New construct "import public"
    * New enum option "allow_alias"
    * C++: New generated method set_allocated_foo(Type* foo)
    * C++: Added SetAllocatedExtension() and ReleaseExtension()
      to extensions API
    * Java: Added getters/setters to access the underlying ByteString
      of a string field
    * Java: New operations for substring(), prepend(), and append()
    * Java: New method findInitializationErrors()
    * Python: Support for dynamic message creation
    * Python: Fixed custom options were not correctly populated
    * Python: Added EnumTypeWrapper
    * Python: Added ParseMessage(descriptor, bytes)
    * Various bug fixes and optimazations
  - Drop gtest-1.5, which is now included by the archive from
    the upstream
* Sat May 19 2012 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - BuildRequire zlib-devel otherwise gzip_stream is not built
    thus breaking newer releases of mosh.
* Fri Mar 16 2012 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Add gtest-1.5.0.tar.bz2: This is the release tarball of gtest 1.5
    which is being used by make check. The included 1.4.0 does not
    work with gcc 4.7, thus replacing the gtest folder with this
    snapshot.
  - Wrapped the gtest extraction with a version check... on next
    version the package will fail in order to remember to take this
    out again (next release of protobuf bundles gtest 1.5.0)
  - Add libtool BuildRequires and call to autoreconf, as gtest 1.5.0
    needs to be bootstrapped.
* Wed Dec 21 2011 coolo@suse.com
  - remove %release from requires
* Wed Oct 12 2011 tony@daylessday.org
  - Update to Protobuf 2.4.1:
    C++
    * Fixed the frendship problem for old compilers to make the library now gcc 3
      compatible again.
    * Fixed vcprojects/extract_includes.bat to extract compiler/plugin.h.
    Java
    * Removed usages of JDK 1.6 only features to make the library now JDK 1.5
      compatible again.
    * Fixed a bug about negative enum values.
    * serialVersionUID is now defined in generated messages for java serializing.
    * Fixed protoc to use java.lang.Object, which makes "Object" now a valid
      message name again.
    Python
    * Experimental C++ implementation now requires C++ protobuf library installed.
      See the README.txt in the python directory for details.
* Mon Apr 18 2011 ro@suse.de
  - update baselibs.conf
* Wed Dec 15 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - provide libprotobuf-devel for compatibility
* Mon Apr 26 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - merge features with version from devel:tools:building
    * build java and python versions
    * disable static libraries
* Sat Apr 24 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 2.3.0
* Sat Apr 24 2010 lnussel@suse.de
  - separate soname define
* Mon Dec 07 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - new version 2.2.0a
* Tue Mar 31 2009 lnussel@suse.de
  - move protoc to devel package
  - split according to library policy
  - install vim syntax file

Files

/usr/share/java/protobuf-java-3.5.0.jar
/usr/share/java/protobuf-java.jar
/usr/share/java/protobuf.jar


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