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|Name: libout123-0||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2|
|Version: 1.25.10||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: lp152.3.2||Build date: Fri Nov 8 09:22:44 2019|
|Group: System/Libraries||Build host: obs-arm-2|
|Size: 68088||Source RPM: mpg123-1.25.10-lp152.3.2.src.rpm|
|Summary: MPEG audio decoder library|
The mpg123 distribution contains a real time MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 audio player/decoder for layers 1,2 and 3 (most commonly MPEG 1.0 layer 3 aka MP3), as well as re-usable decoding and output libraries.
* Mon Mar 05 2018 email@example.com - Update to version 1.25.10 * libout123: Fix error messages beginning from OUT123_ARG_ERROR (bug 261). version 1.25.9 * mpg123: Fix --icy-interval handling to work with stream from stdin. (curl | mpg123 --icy-interval=n -) * libmpg123: Fix another invalid read and segfault on damaged (fuzzed) files with part2_3_length == 0 (set maxband=1, pulled from upcoming 1.26.0). * Sun Dec 03 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.25.8 mpg123: * Also disable cursor/video games for empty TERM (not just unset and dumb). libmpg123: * Accept changing mode extension bits when looking for next header for detecting free-format streams (bug 257). * Fix compute_bpf() for free format streams (needed to estimate track length and working fuzzy seeking in absence of an Info tag). * Tue Sep 26 2017 email@example.com - Drop pkgconfig(esound) BuildRequires and mpg123-esound sub-package, esound is a long obsoleted sound server. * Tue Sep 26 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.25.7 mpg123: * Do not play with cursor and inverse video for progress bar when TERM=dumb. * Fix parsing of host port for numerical IPv6 addresses (just did not work before, only for textual host names). libmpg123: * Proper fix for the xrpnt overflow problems by correctly initialising certain tables for MPEG 2.x layer III. The checks that catch the resulting overflow are still in place, but likely superfluous now. Note that this means certain valid files would have been misdecoded before, if anyone actually produced them. Thanks to Robert Hegemann for the fix! * Silently handle granules with part2_3_length == 0, but scalefac_compress != 0 (ignore the latter). * Fri Aug 11 2017 email@example.com - Update to version 1.25.6 * Hotfix for bug 255: Overflow reading frame data bits in layer II decoding. Now, all-zero data is returned if the frame data is exhausted. This might have a slight impact on performance, but not easily measurable so far. * Tue Aug 08 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.25.5 * Avoid another buffer read overflow in the ID3 parser on 32 bit platforms (bug 254). * Mon Jul 24 2017 email@example.com - Update to version 1.25.4 libmpg123: * Prevent harmless call to memcpy(NULL, NULL, 0). * More early checking of ID3v2 encoding values to avoid bogus text being stored. * Tue Jul 18 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.25.3 libmpg123: * Better checks for xrpnt overflow in III_dequantize_sample() before each use, avoiding false positives and catching cases that were rendered harmless by alignment-enlarged buffers. * Tue Jul 11 2017 email@example.com - Update to version 1.25.2 libmpg123: * Extend pow tables for layer III to properly handle files with i-stereo and 5-bit scalefactors. Never observed them for real, just as fuzzed input to trigger the read overflow. Note: This one goes on record as CVE-2017-11126, calling remote denial of service. While the accesses are out of bounds for the pow tables, they still are safely within libmpg123's memory (other static tables). Just wrong values are used for computation, no actual crash unless you use something like GCC's AddressSanitizer, nor any information disclosure. * Avoid left-shifts of negative integers in layer I decoding. * Mon Jul 03 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.25.1 * libmpg123: + Avoid memset(NULL, 0, 0) to calm down the paranoid. + Fix bug 252, invalid read of size 1 in ID3v2 parser due to forgotten offset from the frame flag bytes (unnoticed in practice for a long time). Fuzzers are in the house again. This one got CVE-2017-10683. + Avoid a mostly harmless conditional jump depending on uninitialised fr->lay in compute_bpf() (mpg123_position()) when track is not ready yet. + Fix undefined shifts on signed long mask in layer3.c (worked in practice, never right in theory). Code might be a bit faster now, even. Thanks to Agostino Sarubbo for reporting. 1.25.0: * Silence test for artsc-config if it is not there. * Make sure -static-libgcc from LDFLAGS gets through libtool, fixing 32 bit Windows builds (depend on libgcc DLL otherwise). * Fix build with non-GNU make by using plain rm -f instead of silly $(RM) in libout123/modules makefile fragment. * Make build work on iOS, including coreaudio backend. * libmpg123: + Finally provide position-independent code for x86 with assembly optimisations.The textrels are gone thanks to Won Kyu Park and Taihei Momma. + Clarify some license language in files descending from the original MMX optimisation. + Fix return value overflow check for MPG123_BUFFERFILL. + Introduced mpg123_getformat2() to enable the FORMAT command for the generic control not stealing MPG123_NEW_FORMAT from the main playback loop. The sequence LOADPAUSED-FORMAT-PAUSE (play) is supposed to work now. + Enable aarch64 optimisations on *BSD by default, too. You can always override that stupid OS whitelist using - -with-optimization, anyway. + Use of the i486 decoder is now discouraged more prominently, in configure output. * out123: Fix stupid crash with verbose mode and tone generation (print the string if the pointer is non-null, not if it is null). * libout123: More consistent error messages for dynamic and legacy (built-in) modules. Namely, you get a hint how if you choose a different module than the built-in ones for a static libout123. - Fixes (boo#1046766) * Tue May 16 2017 email@example.com - dont require mpg123-32bit, it is not present * Tue May 16 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update baselibs.conf * Sun Apr 30 2017 email@example.com - add a baselibs.conf, so 32bit wine can use it or even build against it. * Thu Mar 23 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Create mpg123-openal as separate package - Added Supplements lines for some subpackages * Fri Mar 17 2017 email@example.com - Ensure neutrality of description * Sun Mar 05 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.24.0 * Avoid repeating genre in metadata printout for specifications like (144)Thrash Metal. * In remote control mode, only enforce --quiet if no verbosity was required. * Prevent --loop and --shuffle or --random from messing with the remote control LOADLIST command (printout of the list would loop without reason). * Fix the mpg123 command (esp. our provided binaries on Windows) to now find modules again relative to the executable directory, not the current working directory. This was a regression in 1.23 and might be security-relevant if you called mpg123 in working directories with untrusted content. Note that mpg123 1.23 looked for modules relative to the current working directory only if the installation prefix for modules did not exist. So, usage on an intact installation (with /usr/lib/mpg123 or the like) was safe. Nevertheless this new version fixes the search to be relative to the binary path as it was with 1.22 and before. * At least consistent behaviour of playlist code in the face of looping. Looping is about individual tracks, always. They are looped also in random mode. Jumping (prev/next keys) is between tracks and resets the loop counter. The display of currently playing track in the playlist is fixed for random and looped play now (bug 198). * Looping is now mentioned for a to-be-repeated track with - -verbose. * Move some compiler nagging from --enable-debug to - -enable-nagging, fix up some new build failures by adding some pesky feature test macros. * Try not to pollute the terminal buffer with old progress bars in inverse video. Only the currently live one shall be seen. That one is pretty. The others are not. * Using plain dlopen()/LoadLibrary() for opening modules instead of libltdl. This also means that - -with-module-suffix is gone in configure. * Windows builds only work when Unicode support is there (older than Windows 2000/XP will definitely not work anymore). * The out123 tool now features tone generation, with a mix of differing wave patterns. Makes sense to be able to test the audio output by itself, and it's fun. See --wave-freq and related parameters. * libmpg123 version 43: + Add flags MPG123_NO_PEEK_END and MPG123_FORCE_SEEKABLE, as suggested by Bent Bisballe Nyeng. + Build fix for MSVC (consistent definition of ssize_t, spotted by manx, bug 243). + Build fix for --with-cpu=ppc_nofpu (thanks to Michael Kostylev, bug 244). + Add asm optimized MSVC++ Win32|x64 and UWP|x64 builds + Remove old, broken MSVC++ builds * libout123 version 2: + Added OUT123_BINDIR. + New search order for output plugin directory: MPG123_MODDIR, or (relative to executable directory OUT123_BINDIR) ../lib/mpg123, plugins libout123/modules/.libs, libout123/modules, ../libout123/modules/.libs, ../libout123/modules, and at last the installation prefix $libdir/mpg213/. This shall ensure that a build inside a source tree does not try to use old modules from the system prefix. The normal libtool wrapper deals with the shared libout123 or libmpg123 only, not modules. Note that if you set MPG123_MODDIR to a non-existing directory, no modules will be found (earlier versions fell back to other choices). + The OUT123_NAME parameter is now copied by out123_param_from(), as is the newly added OUT123_BINDIR. + Coreaudio: Use AudioComponents API on OSX >= 10.6 (thanks to Michael Weiser). + Coreaudio: Fix behaviour of out123_drop(), not killing the output anymore without re-opening the device (bug 236, thanks to Taihei for the fix). - Build esound, pulse, jack, portaudio, sdl modules and created package for each of them. * Fri Nov 11 2016 email@example.com - Initial package for openSUSE Tumbleweed, version 1.23.8.
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