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Name: borgbackup-doc Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.1.17 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.3 Build date: Thu Jan 13 21:18:34 2022
Group: Documentation/HTML Build host: obs-arm-10
Size: 8432750 Source RPM: borgbackup-1.1.17-1.3.src.rpm
Summary: Documentation files for borgbackup
BorgBackup is a deduplicating backup program which stores deltas. It
supports compression and authenticated encryption as well,
facilitating frequent backups and storing to not fully trusted

Run borg for a commands overview and check out the docs at






* Tue Jul 13 2021 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Update to 1.1.17 (2021-07-12):
    Compatibility notes:
    * When upgrading from borg 1.0.x to 1.1.x, please note:
    * read all the compatibility notes for 1.1.0*, starting from
    * borg upgrade: you do not need to and you also should not run
    * borg might ask some security-related questions once after
      upgrading. You can answer them either manually or via
      environment variable. One known case is if you use unencrypted
      repositories, then it will ask about a unknown unencrypted
      repository one time.
    * your first backup with 1.1.x might be significantly slower (it
      might completely read, chunk, hash a lot files) - this is due
      to the –files-cache mode change (and happens every time you
      change mode). You can avoid the one-time slowdown by using the
      pre-1.1.0rc4-compatible mode (but that is less safe for
      detecting changed files than the default). See the –files-
      cache docs for details.
    * 1.1.11 removes WSL autodetection (Windows 10 Subsystem for
      Linux). If WSL still has a problem with sync_file_range, you
      need to set BORG_WORKAROUNDS=basesyncfile in the borg process
      environment to work around the WSL issue.
    * 1.1.14 changes return codes due to a bug fix: In case you have
      scripts expecting rc == 2 for a signal exit, you need to
      update them to check for >= 128 (as documented since long).
    * 1.1.15 drops python 3.4 support, minimum requirement is 3.5
    * 1.1.17 install_requires the “packaging” pypi package now.
    * pyinstaller dir-mode: fix pyi detection / LIBPATH treatment,
    * handle crash due to kill stale lock race, #5828
    * fix BORG_CACHE_DIR crashing borg if empty, #5216
    * create –dry-run: fix display of kept tagfile, #5834
    * fix missing parameter in “did not consistently fail” msg,
    * missing / healed chunks: always tell chunk ID, #5704
    * benchmark: make sure cleanup happens even on exceptions, #5630
    New features:
    * implement BORG_SELFTEST env variable, #5871. this can be used
      to accelerate borg startup a bit. not recommended for normal
      usage, but borg mass hosters with a lot of borg invocations
      can save some resources with this. on my laptop, this saved
      ~100ms cpu time (sys+user) per borg command invocation.
    * implement BORG_LIBC env variable to give the libc filename,
      [#5870]. you can use this if a borg does not find your libc.
    * check: add progress indicator for archive check.
    * allow –files-cache=size (not recommended, make sure you know
      what you do)
    Other changes:
    * Python 3.10 now officially supported! we test on py310-dev on
      github CI since a while and now also on the vagrant machines,
      so it should work ok.
    * github CI: test on py310 (again)
    * get rid of distutils, use packaging and setuptools. distutils
      is deprecated and gives warnings on py 3.10.
    * rename “clean” to “clean2” to avoid shadowing the
      “clean” command.
    * remove libc filename fallback for the BSDs (there is no
      “usual” name)
    * cleanup flake8 checks, fix some pep8 violations.
    * docs building: replace deprecated function “.add_stylesheet()”
      for Sphinx 4 compatibility
    * docs:
    * add a hint on sleeping computer and ssh connections, #5301
    * update the documentation on hacked backup client, #5480
    * improve docs/FAQ about append-only remote repos, #5497
    * complement the documentation for pattern files and exclude
      files, #5520
    * “filename with spaces” example added to exclude file, #5236
      note: no whitespace escaping needed, processed by borg.
    * add info on renaming repositories, #5240
    * clarify borg check –verify-data, #5808
    * add notice about defective hardware to check documentation,
    * add paragraph added in #5855 to utility documentation source
    * add missing leading slashes in help patterns, #5857
    * clarify “you will need key and passphrase” borg init warning,
    * pull mode: add some warnings, #5827
    * mention tar –compare (compare archive to fs files), #5880
    * fix typos, backport of #5597
    * vagrant:
    * add py3.7.11 for binary build, also add 3.10-dev.
    * use latest Cython 0.29.23 for py310 compat fixes.
    * more RAM for openindiana upgrade plan resolver, it just hangs
      (swaps?) if there is too little RAM.
    * fix install_pyenv to adapt to recent changes in pyenv (same as
      in master now).
    * use generic/netbsd9 box, copied from master branch.
  - Reformatted Paolos last changelog
  - Revert logic of borgbackup-1.1.16-fix-sphinx-api.patch:
  - Allow to use old version of xxhash library (might crash on ARM),
    but an update is in enqueued
* Fri Jul 02 2021 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Fix documentation generation with
    borgbackup-1.1.16-fix-sphinx-api.patch for Leap >= 15.3
* Sun May 16 2021 ecsos <>
  - Remove the version from recommends pyfuse3,
    because it doesn't work in suse.
* Sun May 16 2021 ecsos <>
  - Use recommends pyfuse3 instead of llfuse for Tumbleweed.
    Upstream says use primary pyfuse3 and secondary llfuse.
* Sun Mar 28 2021 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - Update to 1.1.16:
    * add special openssl prefix for Apple M1
    * do not recurse into duplicate roots, #5603
    * remove empty shadowed_segments lists, #5275, #5614
    * fix libpython load error when borg fat binary / dir-based
      binary is invoked via a symlink by upgrading pyinstaller to
      v4.2, #5688
    * config: accept non-int value (like 500M or 100G) for
      max_segment_size or storage_quota, #5639. please note: when
      setting a non-int value for this in a repo config, using the
      repo will require borg >= 1.1.16.
    New features:
    * bundled msgpack: drop support for old buffer protocol to
      support Python 3.10
    * verbose files cache logging via --debug-topic=files_cache,
      [#5659]. Use this if you suspect that borg does not detect
      unmodified files as expected.
    * create/extract: add --noxattrs and --noacls option, #3955.
      when given with borg create, borg will not get xattrs / ACLs
      from input files (and thus, it will not archive xattrs / ACLs).
      when given with borg extract, borg will not read xattrs / ACLs
      from archive and will not set xattrs / ACLs on extracted files.
    * diff: add --json-lines option, #3765
    Other changes:
    * Tab completion support for additional archives for 'borg
    * repository: deduplicate code of put and delete, no functional
    Docs updates
* Tue Feb 09 2021 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Update to 1.1.15:
    * drops python 3.4 support, minimum requirement is 3.5 now.
    * extract:
      + improve exception handling when setting xattrs, #5092.
      + emit a warning message giving the path, xattr key and error
      + continue trying to restore other xattrs and bsdflags of the
      same file after an exception with xattr-setting happened.
    * export-tar:
      + set tar format to GNU_FORMAT explicitly, #5274
      + fix memory leak with ssh: remote repository, #5568
      + fix potential memory leak with ssh: remote repository with
      partial extraction
    * create: fix --dry-run and --stats coexistence, #5415
    * use --timestamp for {utcnow} and {now} if given, #5189
    New features:
    * create: implement --stdin-mode, --stdin-user and --stdin-group,
    * allow appending the files cache filename with
    Other changes:
    * drop python 3.4 support, minimum requirement is 3.5 now.
    * enable using libxxhash instead of bundled xxh64 code
    * update llfuse requirements (1.3.8)
    * set cython language_level in some files to fix warnings
    * allow EIO with warning when trying to hardlink
    * PropDict: fail early if internal_dict is not a dict
    * update shell completions
    * tests / CI
      + add a test for the hashindex corruption bug, #5531 #4829
      + fix spurious failure in test_cache_files, #5438
      + added a github ci workflow
      + reduce testing on travis, no macOS, no py3x-dev, #5467
      + travis: use newer dists, native py on dist
    * vagrant:
      + remove jessie and trusty boxes, #5348 #5383
      + pyinstaller 4.0, build on py379
      + binary build on stretch64, #5348
      + remove easy_install based pip installation
    * docs:
      + clarify '--one-file-system' for btrfs, #5391
      + add example for excluding content using the --pattern cmd
      line arg
      + complement the documentation for pattern files and exclude
      files, #5524
      + made ansible playbook more generic, use package instead of
      pacman. also change state from "latest" to "present".
      + complete documentation on append-only remote repos, #5497
      + internals: rather talk about target size than statistics,
      + new compression algorithm policy, #1633 #5505
      + faq: add a hint on sleeping computer, #5301
      + note requirements for full disk access on macOS Catalina,
      + fix/improve description of borg upgrade hardlink usage,
    * modernize 1.1 code:
      + drop code/workarounds only needed to support Python 3.4
      + remove workaround for pre-release py37 argparse bug
      + removed some outdated comments/docstrings
      + requirements: remove some restrictions, lock on current
* Wed Dec 16 2020 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - Update to 1.1.14:
    Compatibility notes:
    * changes return codes due to a bug fix: In case you have scripts \
      expecting rc == 2 for a signal exit, you need to update them
      to check for >= 128 (as documented since long).
    * check --repair: fix potential data loss when interrupting it, #5325
    * exit with 128 + signal number (as documented) when borg is killed by a signal, #5161
    * fix hardlinked CACHEDIR.TAG processing, #4911
    * create --read-special: .part files also should be regular files, #5217
    Other changes:
    * upgrade bundled xxhash to 0.7.4
    * prettier error message when archive gets too big
    * check/recreate are not "experimental" any more
      (but still potentially dangerous)
    * use "allow/deny list" instead of "white/black list" wording
    * update docs
* Mon Jun 08 2020 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Update to 1.1.13:
    * rebuilt using a current Cython version, compatible with
      python 3.8, #5214
  - Update to 1.1.12:
    * fix preload-related memory leak, #5202.
    * mount / borgfs (FUSE filesystem):
      + fix FUSE low linear read speed on large files, #5067
      + fix crash on old llfuse without birthtime attrs, #5064 -
      accidentally we required llfuse >= 1.3. Now also old llfuse works again.
      + set f_namemax in statfs result, #2684
    * update precedence of env vars to set config and cache paths, #4894
    * correctly calculate compression ratio, taking header size into
      account, too
    New features:
    * --bypass-lock option to bypass locking with read-only repositories
    Other changes:
    * upgrade bundled zstd to 1.4.5
    * travis: adding comments and explanations to Travis config/install
      script, improve macOS builds.
    * tests: test_delete_force: avoid sporadic test setup issues, #5196
    * misc. vagrant fixes
    * the binary for macOS is now built on macOS 10.12
    * the binaries for Linux are now built on Debian 8 "Jessie", #3761
    * docs:
      + PlaceholderError not printed as JSON, #4073
      + "How important is Borg config?", #4941
      + make Sphinx warnings break docs build, #4587
      + some markup / warning fixes
      + add "updating" to release checklist, #4999
      + add "rendering docs" to release checklist, #5000
      + clarify borg init's encryption modes
      + add note about patterns and stored paths, #4160
      + add upgrade of tools to pip installation how-to
      + document one cause of orphaned chunks in check command, #2295
      + linked recommended restrictions to ssh public keys on borg servers
      in faq, #4946
  - Remove patch already included in 1.1.12:
    * 0001-rename-local-preload-function-to-not-overwrite-keyword-argument.patch
* Tue Jun 02 2020 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Add patch to fix a memory issue that in some cases might make
    borg use more than 32 GB of memory for an operation that shouldn't
    consume any memory at all, thus forcing the kernel to kill the process:
    * 0001-rename-local-preload-function-to-not-overwrite-keyword-argument.patch
* Thu May 07 2020 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Add libb2 dependency, where appropriate (avoids bundling libb2)
  - Remove outdated build fixes from spec
  - Provide proper compile flags
  - Install all available man files
  - Disable 2 progress related tests, that fail for TW
* Sat Mar 14 2020 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Add fdupes build dependency
  - break overlong lines in changelog
* Thu Mar 12 2020 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - Update to 1.1.11
    * fixed potential index corruption / data loss issue due to bug in
      hashindex_set, #4829 Please read and follow the more detailled notes
      close to the top of this document.
    * upgrade bundled xxhash to 0.7.3, #4891 0.7.2 is the minimum requirement
      for correct operations on ARMv6 in non-fixup mode, where unaligned memory
      accesses cause bus errors. 0.7.3 adds some speedups and libxxhash 0.7.3
      even has a pkg-config file now.
    * upgrade bundled lz4 to 1.9.2
    * upgrade bundled zstd to 1.4.4
    * fix crash when upgrading erroneous hints file, #4922
    * extract:
    - fix KeyError for "partial" extraction, #4607
    - fix "partial" extract for hardlinked contentless file types, #4725
    - fix preloading for old (0.xx) remote servers, #4652
    - fix confusing output of borg extract --list --strip-components, #4934
    * delete: after double-force delete, warn about necessary repair, #4704
    * create: give invalid repo error msg if repo config not found, #4411
    * mount: fix FUSE mount missing st_birthtime, #4763 #4767
    * check: do not stumble over invalid item key, #4845
    * info: if the archive doesn't exist, print a pretty message, #4793
    * SecurityManager.known(): check all files, #4614
    * use stat() to check for repo dir, #4695
    * Repository.check_can_create_repository: use stat() to check, #4695
    * fix invalid archive error message
    * fix optional/non-optional location arg, #4541
    * commit-time free space calc: ignore bad compact map entries, #4796
    * ignore EACCES (errno 13) when hardlinking the old config, #4730
    * --prefix / -P: fix processing, avoid argparse issue, #4769
    New features:
    * enable placeholder usage in all extra archive arguments
    * new BORG_WORKAROUNDS mechanism, basesyncfile, #4710
    * recreate: support --timestamp option, #4745
    * support platforms without (e.g. Android with Termux), #4901 if
      we don't have, we just extract another copy instead of making a
    * support linux platforms without sync_file_range (e.g. Android 7 with
      Termux), #4905
    * ignore --stats when given with --dry-run, but continue, #4373
    * add some ProgressIndicator msgids to code / fix docs, #4935
    * elaborate on "Calculating size" message
    * argparser: always use REPOSITORY in metavar, also use more consistent
      help phrasing.
    * check: improve error output for matching index size, see #4829
* Wed Mar 11 2020 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - fix building with python3
* Thu Oct 31 2019 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Require python3-setuptools since it's needed when running borg
    to find the entry point (boo#1134650)
* Thu May 23 2019 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Update to version 1.1.10 (2019-05-16)
    + Compatibility notes:
    * When upgrading from borg 1.0.x to 1.1.x, please note:
    * read all the compatibility notes for 1.1.0*, starting from
    * borg upgrade: you do not need to and you also should not run
    * borg might ask some security-related questions once after
      upgrading. You can answer them either manually or via
      environment variable. One known case is if you use
      unencrypted repositories, then it will ask about a unknown
      unencrypted repository one time.
    * your first backup with 1.1.x might be significantly slower
      (it might completely read, chunk, hash a lot files) - this is
      due to the --files-cache mode change (and happens every time
      you change mode). You can avoid the one-time slowdown by
      using the pre-1.1.0rc4-compatible mode (but that is less safe
      for detecting changed files than the default). See the
    - -files-cache docs for details.
    + Fixes:
    * extract: hang on partial extraction with ssh: repo, when
      hardlink master is not matched/extracted and borg hangs on
      related slave hardlink, #4350
    * lrucache: regularly remove old FDs, #4427
    * avoid stale filehandle issues, #3265
    * freebsd: make xattr platform code api compatible with linux,
    * use whitelist approach for borg serve, #4097
    * borg command shall terminate with rc 2 for ImportErrors,
    * create: only run stat_simple_attrs() once, this increases
      backup with lots of unchanged files performance by ~ 5%.
    * prune: fix incorrect borg prune --stats output with --dry-
      run, #4373
    * key export: emit user-friendly error if repo key is exported
      to a directory, #4348
    + New features:
    * bundle latest supported msgpack-python release (0.5.6),
      remove msgpack-python from install_requires - by
      default we use the bundled code now. optionally, we still
      support using an external msgpack (see hints in,
      but this requires solid requirements management within
      distributions and is not recommended. borgbackup will break
      if you upgrade msgpack to an unsupported version.
    * display msgpack version as part of sysinfo (e.g. in
    * timestamp for borg delete --info added, #4359
    * enable placeholder usage in --comment and --glob-archives,
      [#4559], #4495
    + Other:
    * serve: do not check python/libc for borg serve, #4483
    * shell completions: borg diff second archive
    * release scripts: signing binaries with Qubes OS support
    * testing:
    * vagrant: upgrade openbsd box to 6.4
    * travis-ci: lock test env to py 3.4 compatible versions, #4343
    * get rid of confusing coverage warning, #2069
    * rename test_mount_hardlinks to test_fuse_mount_hardlinks, so
      both can be excluded by "not test_fuse".
    * pure-py msgpack warning shall not make a lot of tests fail,
    * docs:
    * add "SSH Configuration" section to "borg serve", #3988, #636,
    * README: new URL for funding options
    * add a sample logging.conf in docs/misc, #4380
    * elaborate on append-only mode docs, #3504
    * installation: added Alpine Linux to distribution list, #4415
    * usage.html: only modify window.location when redirecting,
    * add msgpack license to docs/3rd_party/msgpack
    * vagrant / binary builds:
    * use python 3.5.7 for builds
    * use osxfuse 3.8.3
  - remove msgpack patch fix-msgpack-requirement.patch and borg_msgpack
    build conditional, since msgpack is bundled now (yeah!)
* Fri Mar 08 2019 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - According to upstream preference and dealing with msgpack update
    in Factory, allow msgpack <= 0.6.1 as well
* Tue Feb 12 2019 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Modify patch fix-msgpack-requirement.patch to allow msgpack-0.5.4
    as well. See patch for discussion.
  - Clean-up dependency blocks
* Mon Feb 11 2019 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Update RPM groups.
* Mon Feb 11 2019 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Update to 1.1.9:
    - Fixes:
    - security fix: configure FUSE with "default_permissions",
      gh#borgbackup/borg#3903 "default_permissions" is now enforced by borg by
      default to let the kernel check uid/gid/mode based permissions.
      "ignore_permissions" can be given to not enforce "default_permissions".
    - make “hostname” short, even on misconfigured systems,
    - fix free space calculation on macOS (and others?),
    - config: quit with error message when no key is provided,
    - recover_segment: handle too small segment files correctly,
    - correctly release memoryview, gh#borgbackup/borg#4243
    - avoid diaper pattern in configparser by opening files,
    - add "# cython: language_level=3" directive to .pyx
      files, #4214
    - info: consider part files for "This archive" stats,
    - work around Microsoft WSL issue gh#borgbackup/borg#645 (sync_file_range),
    - New features:
    - add –rsh command line option to complement BORG_RSH env var,
    - init: -make-parent-dirs parent1/parent2/repo_dir, gh#borgbackup/borg#4235
    - Other:
    - add archive name to check -repair output, gh#borgbackup/borg#3447
    - check for unsupported msgpack versions
    - shell completions:
    - new shell completions for borg 1.1.9
    - more complete shell completions for borg mount -o
    - added shell completions for borg help
    - option arguments for zsh tab completion
    - docs:
    - add FAQ regarding free disk space check, gh#borgbackup/borg#3905
    - update BORG_PASSCOMMAND example and clarify variable expansion,
    - FAQ regarding change of compression settings, gh#borgbackup/borg#4222
    - add note about BSD flags to changelog, gh#borgbackup/borg#4246
    - improve logging in example automation script
    - add note about files changing during backup, gh#borgbackup/borg#4081
    - work around the backslash issue, gh#borgbackup/borg#4280
    - update release workflow using twine (docs, scripts),
    - add warnings on repository copies to avoid future problems,
    - tests:
    - fix the homebrew 1.9 issues on travis-ci, gh#borgbackup/borg#4254
    - fix duplicate test method name, gh#borgbackup/borg#4311
  - Moved the docs to a new -doc subpackage
  - Use the %license tag for the license
* Sun Feb 03 2019 Hans-Peter Jansen <>
  - Add conditionals to control various build aspects distribution
* Mon Dec 10 2018
  - Update to 1.1.8:
    - Fixes
    - enforce storage quota if set by serve-command
    - invalid locations: give err msg containing parsed location
    - list repo: add placeholders for hostname and username
    - symlinks can't have ACLs, so don't try to set any
    - New features
    - create: added PATH::archive output on INFO log level
    - read a passphrase from a file descriptor specified in the BORG_PASSPHRASE_FD environment variable.
    - docs:
    - option --format is required for some expensive-to-compute values for json
    - borg list by default does not compute expensive values except when they
      are needed. whether they are needed is determined by the format, in
      standard mode as well as in --json mode.
    - fixed wrong archive name pattern in CRUD benchmark help
    - fixed link to cachedir spec in docs
    - tests:
    - stop using fakeroot on travis, avoids sporadic EISDIR errors
    - xattr key names must start with "user." on linux
    - fix code so flake8 3.6 does not complain
    - explicitly convert environment variable to str
    - fix DeprecationWarning: Flags not at the start of the expression
    - support pytest4
* Sat Aug 11 2018
  - Update to 1.1.7:
    - Fixes
    - cache lock: use lock_wait everywhere to fix infinite wait
    - don't archive tagged dir when recursing an excluded dir
    - New features
    - init: add warning to store both key and passphrase at safe place(s)
    - BORG_HOST_ID env var to work around all-zero MAC address issue
    - borg debug dump-repo-objs --ghost (dump everything from segment files,
      including deleted or superceded objects or commit tags)
    - borg debug search-repo-objs (search in repo objects for hex bytes or strings)
    - Other changes:
    - add Python 3.7 support
    - updated shell completions
    - locking: better logging, add some asserts
* Mon Jun 11 2018
  - Update to 1.1.6:
    - Fixes
    - fix borg exception handling on ENOSPC error with xattrs
    - prune: fix/improve overall progress display
    - borg config repo ... does not need cache/manifest/key
    - New features
    - mount: add uid, gid, umask mount options
    - delete:
    - only commit once
    - implement --dry-run
    - check:
    - show progress while rebuilding missing manifest
    - more --repair output
    - borg config --list <repo>
* Wed May 23 2018
  - Use OpenPGP signature provided upstream
  - Added borgbackup.keyring, which contains the key from the author
* Wed May 02 2018
  - Leap 15.0 and SLE15 both are moved to renamed python3-msgpack,
    fix-msgpack-requirement.patch have to be used to deal with msgpack
    package rename fallout.
* Mon Apr 02 2018
  - Update to 1.1.5
  - Fixes:
    * create --list: fix that it was never showing M status
    * create: fix timing for first checkpoint (read files cache early,
      init checkpoint timer after that)
    * extract: set rc=1 when extracting damaged files with all-zero replacement
      chunks or with size inconsistencies
    * diff: consider an empty file as different to a non-existing file
    * files cache: improve exception handling
    * ignore exceptions in scandir_inorder() caused by an implicit stat(), also
      remove unneeded sort
    * fixed tab completion problem where a space is always added after path even
      when it shouldn't
    * build: do .h file content checks in binary mode, fixes build issue for
      non-ascii header files on pure-ascii locale platforms
    * borgfs: fix patterns/paths processing
    * config: add some validation
    * repository config: add validation for max_segment_size
    * set cache previous_location on load instead of save
    * remove platform.uname() call which caused library mismatch issues
    * add exception handler around deprecated platform.linux_distribution() call
    * use same datetime object for {now} and {utcnow}
  - New features:
    * create: implement --stdin-name
    * add chunker_params to borg archive info (--json)
    * BORG_SHOW_SYSINFO=no to hide system information from exceptions
  - Other changes:
    * updated zsh completions for borg 1.1.4
    * files cache related code cleanups
    * be more helpful when parsing invalid --pattern values
    * be more clear in secure-erase warning message
    * improve getpass user experience
    * docs build: unicode problem fixed when using a py27-based sphinx
  - docs:
    * security: explicitly note what happens OUTSIDE the attack model
    * security: add note about combining compression and encryption
    * security: describe chunk size / proximity issue
    * quickstart: add note about permissions, borg@localhost
    * quickstart: add introduction to repositories & archives
    * recreate --recompress: add missing metavar, clarify description
    * improve logging docs
    * add an example for --pattern usage
    * clarify path semantics when matching
    * link to offline documentation from README
    * add docs on how to verify a signed release with GPG
    * chunk seed is generated per repository (not: archive)
    * better formatting of CPU usage documentation
    * extend append-only repo rollback docs
  - tests:
    * fix erroneously skipped zstd compressor tests
    * skip a test if argparse is broken
  - Drop borgbackup-1.1.4-binary-content-checks.patch which is already included
  - Rebase fix-msgpack-requirement.patch
* Mon Mar 05 2018
  - Fix sphinx theme fallback condition
* Sun Mar 04 2018
  - Add patch to fall back to a sphinx default theme for older distributions
    that don't have python3-guzzle_sphinx_theme available
    * borgbackup-1.1.4-sphinx-default-theme.patch
* Thu Mar 01 2018
  - Add patch to require the new msgpack python module in Tumbleweed
    instead of the deprecated msgpack-python python module:
    * fix-msgpack-requirement.patch
* Tue Feb 27 2018
  - Add patch borgbackup-1.1.4-binary-content-checks.patch:
    * Fixes build failure due to bad encoding
    * Based on upstream commit 9cf8d57 "do .h file content checks in binary mode"
    * This patch will no longer be needed with borgbackup > 1.1.4
* Sun Jan 28 2018
  - Don't use liblz4 nor libzstd on Leap 42.x which doesn't support them
    and add missing requirement python-guzzle_sphinx_theme on Tumbleweed.
* Wed Jan 10 2018
  - Update to borgbackup 1.1.4
    * Fix a potential data corruption issue with 'borg check --repair'
      happening in borg >= 1.1 and < 1.1.4
    * zstd compression is new in borg 1.1.4, older borg can't handle it.
    * new minimum requirements for the compression libraries:
      + added requirement: libzstd >= 1.3.0
      + updated requirement: liblz4 >= 1.7.0 / r129
  - Fixes:
    * check: data corruption fix: fix for borg check --repair malfunction. See
    the more detailed notes at
    * delete: also delete security dir when deleting a repo
    * prune: fix building the "borg prune" man page
    * init: use given --storage-quota for local repo
    * init: properly quote repo path in output
    * fix startup delay with dns-only own fqdn resolving
  - New features:
    * added zstd compression.
    * added placeholder {reverse-fqdn} for fqdn in reverse notation
    * added BORG_BASE_DIR environment variable
  - Other changes:
    * list help topics when invalid topic is requested
    * fix lz4 deprecation warning, requires lz4 >= 1.7.0 (r129)
    * add parens for C preprocessor macro argument usages (did not cause
    * exclude broken pytest 3.3.0 release
    * updated fish/bash completions
    * init: more clear exception messages for borg create
    * docs:
      + add auto-generated docs for borg config
      + don't generate HTML docs page for borgfs
      + docs update for lz4 b2 zstd changes
      + add zstd to compression help, readme, docs
      + update requirements and install docs about bundled lz4 and zstd
      + refactored build of the compress and crypto.low_level extensions
      + move some lib/build related code to setup_{zstd,lz4,b2}.py
      + bundle lz4 1.8.0 (requirement: >= 1.7.0 / r129)
      + bundle zstd 1.3.2 (requirement: >= 1.3.0)
      + blake2 was already bundled
      + rename BORG_LZ4_PREFIX env var to BORG_LIBLZ4_PREFIX for better
      consistency: we also have BORG_LIBB2_PREFIX and BORG_LIBZSTD_PREFIX now.
      + add prefer_system_lib* = True settings to - by default the
      build will prefer a shared library over the bundled code, if library
      and headers can be found and meet the minimum requirements.
* Mon Dec 11 2017
  - Update to borgbackup 1.1.3
  - Fixes:
    * Security Fix for CVE-2017-15914: Incorrect implementation of access
      controls allows remote users to override repository restrictions in Borg
      servers. A user able to access a remote Borg SSH server is able to
      circumvent access controls post-authentication.
      Affected releases: 1.1.0, 1.1.1, 1.1.2. Releases 1.0.x are NOT affected.
    * crc32: deal with unaligned buffer, add tests - this broke borg on older ARM
      CPUs that can not deal with unaligned 32bit memory accesses and raise a bus
      error in such cases. the fix might also improve performance on some CPUs as
      all 32bit memory accesses by the crc32 code are properly aligned now.
    * mount: fixed support of --consider-part-files and do not show .borg_part_N
      files by default in the mounted FUSE filesystem.
    * fixed cache/repo timestamp inconsistency message, highlight that
      information is obtained from security dir (deleting the cache will not
      bypass this error in case the user knows this is a legitimate repo).
    * borgfs: don't show sub-command in borgfs help
    * create: show an error when --dry-run and --stats are used together
  - New features:
    * mount: added exclusion group options and paths.
      Reused some code to support similar options/paths as borg extract offers -
      making good use of these to only mount a smaller subset of dirs/files can
      speed up mounting a lot and also will consume way less memory.
      borg mount [options] repo_or_archive mountpoint path [paths...]
      paths: you can just give some "root paths" (like for borg extract) to only
      partially populate the FUSE filesystem.
      new options: --exclude[-from], --pattern[s-from], --strip-components
    * create/extract: support st_birthtime on platforms supporting it
    * add "borg config" command for querying/setting/deleting config values
  - Other changes:
    * clean up and simplify packaging (only package committed files,
    do not install .c/.h/.pyx files)
    * docs:
    * point out tuning options for borg create
    * add instructions for using ntfsclone, zerofree
    * move image backup-related FAQ entries to a new page
    * clarify key aliases for borg list --format
    * mention break-lock in checkpointing FAQ entry
    * document sshfs rename workaround
    * add FAQ about removing files from existing archives
    * add FAQ about different prune policies
    * usage and man page for borgfs
    * clarify create --stats duration vs. wall time
    * clarify encrypted key format for borg key export
    * update release checklist about security fixes
    * document good and problematic option placements, fix examples
    * add note on using --nobsdflags to avoid speed penalty related to bsdflags
    * move most of support section to
* Fri Nov 10 2017
  - Fix build on Leap 42.2 by BuildRequiring bash-completion
* Wed Nov 08 2017
  - Update to borgbackup 1.1.2
  - Fixes:
    * fix KeyError crash when talking to borg server < 1.0.7
    * extract: set bsdflags last (include immutable flag)
    * create: don't do stat() call on excluded-norecurse directory, fix exception handling for stat() call
    * create --stats: do not count data volume twice when checkpointing
    * recreate: move chunks_healthy when excluding hardlink master
    * recreate: get rid of chunks_healthy when rechunking (does not match)
    * check: get rid of already existing not matching chunks_healthy metadata
    * list: fix stdout broken pipe handling
    * list/diff: remove tag-file options (not used)
  - New features:
    * bash, zsh and fish shell auto-completions, see scripts/shell_completions/
    * added BORG_CONFIG_DIR env var
  - Other changes:
    * docs:
    * clarify using a blank passphrase in keyfile mode
    * mention "!" (exclude-norecurse) type in "patterns" help
    * document to first heal before running borg recreate to re-chunk stuff, because that will have to get rid of chunks_healthy metadata.
    * more than 23 is not supported for CHUNK_MAX_EXP
    * borg does not respect nodump flag by default any more
    * clarify same-filesystem requirement for borg upgrade
    * update / rephrase cygwin / WSL status
    * improve docs about --stats
    * vagrant: openindiana new clang package
  - Already contained in 1.1.1 (last minute fix):
    * arg parsing: fix fallback function, refactor
  - Generate new subpackages borgbackup-bash-completion,
    borgbackup-zsh-completion and borgbackup-fish-completion with
    autocompletion scripts for each shell.
* Mon Oct 23 2017
  - Update to borgbackup 1.1.1
  - Compatibility notes:
    * When upgrading from borg 1.0.x to 1.1.x, please note:
    * read all the compatibility notes for 1.1.0*, starting from 1.1.0b1.
    * borg might ask some security-related questions once after upgrading.
      You can answer them either manually or via environment variable.
      One known case is if you use unencrypted repositories, then it will ask
      about a unknown unencrypted repository one time.
    * your first backup with 1.1.x might be significantly slower (it might
      completely read, chunk, hash a lot files) - this is due to the
    - -files-cache mode change (and happens every time you change mode). You
      can avoid the one-time slowdown by using the pre-1.1.0rc4-compatible mode
      (but that is less safe for detecting changed files than the default).
      See the --files-cache docs for details.
    * The deprecated --no-files-cache is not a global/common option any more, but
      only available for borg create (it is not needed for anything else).
      Use --files-cache=disabled instead of --no-files-cache.
    * The nodump flag ("do not backup this file") is not honoured any more by
      default because this functionality (esp. if it happened by error or
      unexpected) was rather confusing and unexplainable at first to users.
      If you want that "do not backup NODUMP-flagged files" behaviour, use:
      borg create --exclude-nodump ...
  - Fixes:
    * borg recreate: correctly compute part file sizes. fixes cosmetic, but
      annoying issue as borg check complains about size inconsistencies of part
      files in affected archives. you can solve that by running borg recreate
      on these archives.
    * bsdflags support: do not open BLK/CHR/LNK files, avoid crashes and slowness
    * recreate: don't crash on attic archives w/o time_end
    * don't crash on repository filesystems w/o hardlink support
    * don't crash in first part of truncate_and_unlink
    * fix server-side IndexError crash with clients < 1.0.7
    * don't show traceback if only a global option is given, show help
    * cache: use SaveFile for more safety
    * init: fix wrong encryption choices in command line parser, fix missing
    * move --no-files-cache from common to borg create options
    * fix detection of non-local path (failed on ..filename)
    * logging with fileConfig: set json attr on "borg" logger
    * fix crash with relative BORG_KEY_FILE
    * show excluded dir with "x" for tagged dirs / caches
  - New features:
    * create: --nobsdflags and --exclude-nodump options
    * extract: --nobsdflags option
  - Other changes:
    * remove annoying hardlinked symlinks warning
    * vagrant: use self-made FreeBSD 10.3 box
    * docs:
    * readme: -e option is required in borg 1.1
    * add example showing --show-version --show-rc
    * use --format rather than --list-format (deprecated) in example
    * update docs about hardlinked symlinks limitation
* Sun Oct 08 2017
  - Update to borgbackup 1.1.0
  - Changelog:
    * Major new features in the 1.1 release series are:
    * borg recreate: remove files from existing archives and re-chunk or
      re-compress them. This finally allows deduplication between legacy
      Attic / Borg 0.xx archives and Borg 1.x archives. This is an
      experimental feature.
    * borg diff: show differences between two archives.
    * borg mount: show all recorded versions of files with the "versions view".
    * borg list: more formatting options, including generation of hashes and
      per-file chunk statistics.
    * borg create: automatic compression mode (-C auto,zlib/lz4/...), faster
      handling of many files, experimental support for inclusion patterns
      (--patterns, --patterns-from), files cache mode control (mtime/ctime)
    * borg export-tar: streaming export of GNU tar compatible archives.
    * Archive comments
    * BLAKE2b256-based encryption modes, and "authenticated" modes that provide
      data integrity without encryption. These provide better performance than
      the existing SHA-256-based modes on most hardware, except where the x86
      SHA extensions are available (e.g. AMD Ryzen).
    * Repository indices and the Borg cache now use checksums to detect bitrot
      and other corruption.
    * A documented JSON API has been added to the most vital commands
      (borg list, borg info and borg create).
    * Structured JSON logging is available for all commands.
    * --prefix has been supplemented with --glob-archives (-a), --sort-by,
    - -last and --first options. These can be used for borg list, borg info,
      borg mount, borg check, borg delete and borg prune.
    * Quality of life improvements:
    * options that imply output (--show-rc, --show-version, --list, --stats,
    - -progress) don't need -v/--info to have that output displayed any more.
    * borg check is silent by default (finally!).
    * borg can now checkpoint within (big) files, not only between files.
    * borg delete can delete multiple archives by giving their names.
    * Automatic removal of stale locks, which should make "borg break-lock"
      essentially superfluous. This is enabled by default, see
    * Answers to prompts like "Accessing previously unknown repository" are
      now saved immediately.
    * Cache synchronization and "borg info" are now faster.
    * Reduced space usage of chunks.archive.d in the cache by 30-40 %.
      Existing caches are migrated during a cache sync.
    * The cache used for remote cache syncs and mounting remote repositories
      does not grow indefinitely any more, but adapts to the available space.
      Good riddance, TMP=/var/tmp!
    * BORG_PASSCOMMAND makes using key rings and hardware keys much easier.
    * Documentation improvements
    * Compatibility notes for upgrading from Borg 1.0 to Borg 1.1:
    * No explicit "borg upgrade" is required.
    * Borg 1.1 uses some new data structures which are backwards-compatible
      with Borg 1.0.4 and newer.
    * Borg 1.0 can't make use of Borg 1.1's "compact cache" and will
      silently ignore it.
    * The default compression has been changed from "none" to "lz4".
    * Repositories in the "repokey" and "repokey-blake2" modes with an empty
      passphrase are now treated as unencrypted repositories for security
    * borg init:
      + -e/--encryption is now a mandatory option with no default value.
      Previously the default value was "repokey".
      + the short form of --append-only (-a) has been removed.
      + running "borg init" via a "borg serve --append-only" server will not
      create an append-only repository any more.
      Use "borg init --append-only" to initialize an append-only repository.
    * borg create: the --exclude-if-present option now supports tagging a
      folder with any file system object type (file, folder, etc.), instead of
      accepting only files as tags.
    * borg upgrade: the short form of --inplace (-i) has been removed.
    * borg delete: the short form of --cache-only (-c) has been removed.
    * "borg migrate-to-repokey" has been renamed to
      "borg key migrate-to-repokey" with no deprecation notice, since it is
      rarely and only manually used.
  - For more information, see
* Wed Aug 02 2017
  - Update to version 1.0.11 (2017-07-21)
    Bug fixes:
    - use limited unpacker for outer key (security precaution), #2174
    - fix paperkey import bug
    Other changes:
    - change --checkpoint-interval default from 600s to 1800s, #2841.
      this improves efficiency for big repositories a lot.
    - docs: fix OpenSUSE command and add OpenSUSE section
    - tests: add tests for split_lstring and paperkey
    - vagrant:
    - fix openbsd shell
    - backport cpu/ram setup from master
    - add stretch64 VM
* Sun May 07 2017
  - update to version 1.0.10 (2017-02-13)
    Bug fixes:
    - Manifest timestamps are now monotonically increasing, this fixes
      issues when the system clock jumps backwards or is set inconsistently
      across computers accessing the same repository, #2115
    - Fixed testing regression in 1.0.10rc1 that lead to a hard dependency
      on py.test >= 3.0, #2112
    New features:
    - “key export” can now generate a printable HTML page with both a QR
      code and a human-readable “paperkey” representation (and custom text)
      through the --qr-html option.
    - The same functionality is also available through paperkey.html, which
      is the same HTML page generated by --qr-html. It works with existing
      “key export” files and key files.
    Other changes:
    - docs:
    - language clarification - “borg create –one-file-system” option
      does not respect mount points, but considers different file systems
      instead, #2141
    - build_api: sort file list for determinism
  - update to version 1.0.10rc1 (2017-01-29)
    Bug fixes:
    - borg serve: fix transmission data loss of pipe writes, #1268 This
      affects only the cygwin platform (not Linux, BSD, OS X).
    - Avoid triggering an ObjectiveFS bug in xattr retrieval, #1992
    - When running out of buffer memory when reading xattrs, only skip the
      current file, #1993
    - Fixed “borg upgrade –tam” crashing with unencrypted repositories. Since
      the issue is not relevant for unencrypted repositories, it now does
      nothing and prints an error, #1981.
    - Fixed change-passphrase crashing with unencrypted repositories, #1978
    - Fixed “borg check repo::archive” indicating success if “archive” does
      not exist, #1997
    - borg check: print non-exit-code warning if –last or –prefix aren’t
    - fix bad parsing of wrong repo location syntax
    - create: don’t create hard link refs to failed files, mount: handle
      invalid hard link refs, #2092
    - detect mingw byte order, #2073
    - creating a new segment: use “xb” mode, #2099
    - mount: umount on SIGINT/^C when in foreground, #2082
    Other changes:
    - binary: use fixed AND freshly compiled pyinstaller bootloader, #2002
    - xattr: ignore empty names returned by llistxattr(2) et al
    - Enable the fault handler: install handlers for the SIGSEGV, SIGFPE,
      SIGABRT, SIGBUS and SIGILL signals to dump the Python traceback.
    - Also print a traceback on SIGUSR2.
    - borg change-passphrase: print key location (simplify making a backup
      of it)
    - officially support Python 3.6 ( add Python 3.6 qualifier)
    - vagrant / travis / tox: add Python 3.6 based testing
    - vagrant: fix openbsd repo, #2042
    - vagrant: fix the freebsd64 machine, #2037 #2067
    - vagrant: use python 3.5.3 to build binaries, #2078
    - vagrant: use osxfuse 3.5.4 for tests / to build binaries vagrant:
      improve darwin64 VM settings
    - travis: fix osxfuse install (fixes OS X testing on Travis CI)
    - travis: require succeeding OS X tests, #2028
    - travis: use latest pythons for OS X based testing
    - use pytest-xdist to parallelize testing
    - fix xattr test race condition, #2047
    - setup.cfg: fix pytest deprecation warning, #2050
    - language clarification - VM backup FAQ
    - borg create: document how to backup stdin, #2013
    - borg upgrade: fix incorrect title levels
    - add CVE numbers for issues fixed in 1.0.9, #2106
    - fix typos (taken from Debian package patch)
    - remote: include data hexdump in “unexpected RPC data” error message
    - remote: log SSH command line at debug level
    - API_VERSION: use numberspaces, #2023
    - remove .github from pypi package, #2051
    - add pip and setuptools to requirements file, #2030
    - SyncFile: fix use of fd object after close (cosmetic)
    - simplify, exclude *.{so,dll,orig}, #2066
    - ignore posix_fadvise errors in, #2095 (works around
      issues with docker on ARM)
    - make LoggedIO.close_segment reentrant, avoid reentrance
* Tue Jan 03 2017
  - disable %check for leap versions, their pytest package is too old
* Tue Jan 03 2017
  - update to version 1.0.9 (2016-12-20)
    - Security fixes:
    - A flaw in the cryptographic authentication scheme in Borg allowed
      an attacker to spoof the manifest. See :ref:`tam_vuln` above for
      the steps you should take.
      Fixes CVE-2016-10099
    - borg check: When rebuilding the manifest (which should only be
      needed very rarely) duplicate archive names would be handled on a
      "first come first serve" basis, allowing an attacker to apparently
      replace archives.
      Fixes CVE-2016-10100
    - Bug fixes:
    - borg check:
      rebuild manifest if it's corrupted
      skip corrupted chunks during manifest rebuild
    - fix TypeError in integrity error handler, #1903, #1894
    - fix location parser for archives with @ char (regression introduced
      in 1.0.8), #1930
    - fix wrong duration/timestamps if system clock jumped during a create
    - fix progress display not updating if system clock jumps backwards
    - fix checkpoint interval being incorrect if system clock jumps
  - update to version 1.0.9rc1 (2016-11-27)
    - Bug fixes:
    - files cache: fix determination of newest mtime in backup set (which
      is used in cache cleanup and led to wrong "A" [added] status for
      unchanged files in next backup), #1860.
    - borg check:
    - fix incorrectly reporting attic 0.13 and earlier archives as corrupt
    - handle repo w/o objects gracefully and also bail out early if repo
      is completely empty, #1815.
    - fix tox/pybuild in 1.0-maint
    - at xattr module import time, loggers are not initialized yet
  - update to version 1.0.8 (2016-10-29)
    - Bug fixes:
    - RemoteRepository: Fix busy wait in call_many, #940
  - update to version 1.0.8rc1 (2016-10-17)
    - Bug fixes:
    - fix signal handling (SIGINT, SIGTERM, SIGHUP), #1620 #1593 Fixes e.g.
      leftover lock files for quickly repeated signals (e.g. Ctrl-C Ctrl-C)
      or lost connections or systemd sending SIGHUP.
    - progress display: adapt formatting to narrow screens, do not crash,
    - borg create --read-special - fix crash on broken symlink, #1584. also
      correctly processes broken symlinks. before this regressed to a crash
      (5b45385) a broken symlink would've been skipped.
    - process_symlink: fix missing backup_io() Fixes a chmod/chown/chgrp/
      unlink/rename/... crash race between getting dirents and dispatching
      to process_symlink.
    - yes(): abort on wrong answers, saying so, #1622
    - fixed exception borg serve raised when connection was closed before
      reposiory was openend. add an error message for this.
    - fix read-from-closed-FD issue, #1551 (this seems not to get triggered
      in 1.0.x, but was discovered in master)
    - hashindex: fix iterators (always raise StopIteration when exhausted)
      (this seems not to get triggered in 1.0.x, but was discovered in master)
    - enable relative pathes in ssh:// repo URLs, via /./relpath hack, #1655
    - allow repo pathes with colons, #1705
    - update changed repo location immediately after acceptance, #1524
    - fix debug get-obj / delete-obj crash if object not found and remote
      repo, #1684
    - pyinstaller: use a spec file to build borg.exe binary, exclude osxfuse
      dylib on Mac OS X (avoids mismatch lib <-> driver), #1619
* Sun Oct 30 2016
  - Trim description
* Thu Oct 13 2016
  - Remove smp parameters when building documentation so different
    sphinx instances are not run in parallel which sometimes fails
    due to a race condition
* Sat Aug 20 2016
  - update to version 1.0.7 (2016-08-19):
    a critical security fix and some major bug fixes
    Please check:
  - clean specfile
* Sat Jul 16 2016
  - update to version 1.0.6 (2016-07-12)
    Bug fixes:
    * Linux: handle multiple LD_PRELOAD entries correctly, #1314, #1111
    * Fix crash with unclear message if the libc is not found, #1314, #1111
    Other changes:
    * tests:
    * Fixed O_NOATIME tests for Solaris and GNU Hurd, #1315
    * Fixed sparse file tests for (file) systems not supporting it, #1310
    * docs:
    * Fixed syntax highlighting, #1313
    * misc docs: added data processing overview picture
  - update to version 1.0.6rc1 (2016-07-10)
    New features:
    * borg check –repair: heal damaged files if missing chunks re-appear (e.g. if the
      previously missing chunk was added again in a later backup archive), #148. (*)
      Also improved logging.
    Bug fixes:
    * sync_dir: silence fsync() failing with EINVAL, #1287 Some network filesystems
      (like smbfs) don’t support this and we use this in repository code.
    * borg mount (FUSE):
      fix directories being shadowed when contained paths were also specified, #1295
      raise I/O Error (EIO) on damaged files (unless -o allow_damaged_files is used),
      [#1302]. (*)
    * borg extract: warn if a damaged file is extracted, #1299. (*)
      Added some missing return code checks (ChunkIndex._add, hashindex_resize).
    * borg check: fix/optimize initial hash table size, avoids resize of the table.
    Other changes:
    * tests:
      add more FUSE tests, #1284
      deduplicate fuse (u)mount code
      fix borg binary test issues, #862
    * docs:
      changelog: added release dates to older borg releases
      fix some sphinx (docs generator) warnings, #881
    (*) Some features depend on information (chunks_healthy list) added to item metadata
      when a file with missing chunks was “repaired” using all-zero replacement chunks.
      The chunks_healthy list is generated since borg 1.0.4, thus borg can’t recognize
      such “repaired” (but content-damaged) files if the repair was done with an older
      borg version.
  - update to version 1.0.5 (2016-07-07)
    Bug fixes:
    * borg mount: fix FUSE crash in xattr code on Linux introduced in 1.0.4, #1282
    Other changes:
    * backport some FAQ entries from master branch
    * add release helper scripts
    * Vagrantfile:
      centos6: no FUSE, don’t build binary
      add xz for redhat-like dists
  - update to version 1.0.4 (2016-07-07)
    New features:
    * borg serve –append-only, #1168 This was included because it was a simple change
      (append-only functionality was already present via repository config file) and makes
      better security now practically usable.
    * BORG_REMOTE_PATH environment variable, #1258 This was included because it was a simple
      change (–remote-path cli option was already present) and makes borg much easier to use
      if you need it.
    * Repository: cleanup incomplete transaction on “no space left” condition. In many cases,
      this can avoid a 100% full repo filesystem (which is very problematic as borg always
      needs free space - even to delete archives).
    Bug fixes:
    * Fix wrong handling and reporting of OSErrors in borg create, #1138. This was a serious
      issue: in the context of “borg create”, errors like repository I/O errors (e.g. disk
      I/O errors, ssh repo connection errors) were handled badly and did not lead to a crash
      (which would be good for this case, because the repo transaction would be incomplete and
      trigger a transaction rollback to clean up). Now, error handling for source files is
      cleanly separated from every other error handling, so only problematic input files are
      logged and skipped.
    * Implement fail-safe error handling for borg extract. Note that this isn’t nearly as
      critical as the borg create error handling bug, since nothing is written to the repo.
      So this was “merely” misleading error reporting.
    * Add missing error handler in directory attr restore loop.
    * repo: make sure write data hits disk before the commit tag (#1236) and also sync the
      containing directory.
    * FUSE: getxattr fail must use errno.ENOATTR, #1126 (fixes Mac OS X Finder malfunction:
      “zero bytes” file length, access denied)
    * borg check –repair: do not lose information about the good/original chunks. If we do not
      lose the original chunk IDs list when “repairing” a file (replacing missing chunks with
      all-zero chunks), we have a chance to “heal” the file back into its original state later,
      in case the chunks re-appear (e.g. in a fresh backup). Healing is not implemented yet,
      see #148.
    * fixes for –read-special mode:
      ignore known files cache, #1241
      fake regular file mode, #1214
      improve symlinks handling, #1215
    * remove passphrase from subprocess environment, #1105
    * Ignore empty index file (will trigger index rebuild), #1195
    * add missing placeholder support for –prefix, #1027
    * improve exception handling for placeholder replacement
    * catch and format exceptions in arg parsing
    * helpers: fix “undefined name ‘e’” in exception handler
    * better error handling for missing repo manifest, #1043
    * borg delete:
      make it possible to delete a repo without manifest
      borg delete –forced allows to delete corrupted archives, #1139
    * borg check:
      make borg check work for empty repo
      fix resync and msgpacked item qualifier, #1135
      rebuild_manifest: fix crash if ‘name’ or ‘time’ key were missing.
      better validation of item metadata dicts, #1130
      better validation of archive metadata dicts
    * close the repo on exit - even if rollback did not work, #1197. This is rather cosmetic,
      it avoids repo closing in the destructor.
    * tests:
      fix sparse file test, #1170
      flake8: ignore new F405, #1185
      catch “invalid argument” on cygwin, #257
      fix sparseness assertion in test prep, #1264
    Other changes:
    * make borg build/work on OpenSSL 1.0 and 1.1, #1187
    * docs / help:
      fix / clarify prune help, #1143
      fix “patterns” help formatting
      add missing docs / help about placeholders
      resources: rename atticmatic to borgmatic
      document sshd settings, #545
      more details about checkpoints, add split trick, #1171
      support docs: add freenode web chat link, #1175
      add prune visualization / example, #723
      add note that Fnmatch is default, #1247
      make clear that lzma levels > 6 are a waste of cpu cycles
      add a “do not edit” note to auto-generated files, #1250
      update cygwin installation docs
    * repository interoperability with borg master (1.1dev) branch:
      borg check: read item metadata keys from manifest, #1147
      read v2 hints files, #1235
      fix hints file “unknown version” error handling bug
    * tests: add tests for format_line
    * llfuse: update version requirement for freebsd
    * Vagrantfile:
      use openbsd 5.9, #716
      do not install llfuse on netbsd (broken)
      update OSXfuse to version 3.3.3
      use Python 3.5.2 to build the binaries
    * glibc compatibility checker: scripts/
    * add .eggs to .gitignore
* Tue Jun 14 2016
  - Update to version 1.0.3:
    Bug fixes:
    - prune: avoid that checkpoints are kept and completed archives are deleted
      in a prune run), #997
    - prune: fix commandline argument validation - some valid command lines were
      considered invalid (annoying, but harmless), #942
    - fix capabilities extraction on Linux (set xattrs last, after chown()), #1069
    - repository: fix commit tags being seen in data
    - when probing key files, do binary reads. avoids crash when non-borg binary
      files are located in borg's key files directory.
    - handle SIGTERM and make a clean exit - avoids orphan lock files.
    - repository cache: don't cache large objects (avoid using lots of temp. disk
      space), #1063
    Other changes:
    - Vagrantfile: OS X: update osxfuse / install lzma package, #933
    - add check for platform_darwin.c
    - on freebsd, use a llfuse release that builds ok
    - docs / help:
    - update readthedocs URLs, #991
    - add missing docs for "borg break-lock", #992
    - borg create help: add some words to about the archive name
    - borg create help: document format tags, #894
* Wed May 11 2016
  - Update to version 1.0.2:
    Bug fixes:
    - fix malfunction and potential corruption on (nowadays rather rare)
      big-endian architectures or bi-endian archs in (rare) BE mode. #886, #889
      cache resync / index merge was malfunctioning due to this, potentially
      leading to data loss. borg info had cosmetic issues (displayed wrong values).
      note: all (widespread) little-endian archs (like x86/x64) or bi-endian
      archs in (widespread) LE mode (like ARMEL, MIPSEL, ...) were NOT affected.
    - add overflow and range checks for 1st (special) uint32 of the hashindex
      values, switch from int32 to uint32.
    - fix so that refcount will never overflow, but just stick to max. value after
      a overflow would have occured.
    - borg delete: fix --cache-only for broken caches, #874
      Makes --cache-only idempotent: it won't fail if the cache is already deleted.
    - fixed borg create --one-file-system erroneously traversing into other
      filesystems (if starting fs device number was 0), #873
    - workround a bug in Linux fadvise FADV_DONTNEED, #907
    Other changes:
    - better test coverage for hashindex, incl. overflow testing, checking correct
      computations so endianness issues would be discovered.
    - reproducible doc for ProgressIndicator*, make the build reproducible.
    - use latest llfuse for vagrant machines
    - docs:
    - use /path/to/repo in examples, fixes #901
    - fix confusing usage of "repo" as archive name (use "arch")
* Sun Apr 10 2016
  - Update to version 1.0.1:
    New features:
    Usually there are no new features in a bugfix release, but these were added
    due to their high impact on security/safety/speed or because they are fixes
    - append-only mode for repositories, #809, #36 (see docs)
    - borg create: add --ignore-inode option to make borg detect unmodified files
      even if your filesystem does not have stable inode numbers (like sshfs and
      possibly CIFS).
    - add options --warning, --error, --critical for missing log levels, #826.
      it's not recommended to suppress warnings or errors, but the user may decide
      this on his own.
      note: --warning is not given to borg serve so a <= 1.0.0 borg will still
      work as server (it is not needed as it is the default).
      do not use --error or --critical when using a <= 1.0.0 borg server.
    Bug fixes:
    - fix silently skipping EIO, #748
    - add context manager for Repository (avoid orphan repository locks), #285
    - do not sleep for >60s while waiting for lock, #773
    - unpack file stats before passing to FUSE
    - fix build on illumos
    - don't try to backup doors or event ports (Solaris and derivates)
    - remove useless/misleading libc version display, #738
    - test suite: reset exit code of persistent archiver, #844
    - RemoteRepository: clean up pipe if remote open() fails
    - Remote: don't print tracebacks for Error exceptions handled downstream, #792
    - if BORG_PASSPHRASE is present but wrong, don't prompt for password, but fail
      instead, #791
    - ArchiveChecker: move "orphaned objects check skipped" to INFO log level, #826
    - fix capitalization, add ellipses, change log level to debug for 2 messages,
    Other changes:
    - update llfuse requirement, llfuse 1.0 works
    - update OS / dist packages on build machines, #717
    - prefer showing --info over -v in usage help, #859
    - docs:
    - fix cygwin requirements (gcc-g++)
    - document how to debug / file filesystem issues, #664
    - fix reproducible build of api docs
    - RTD theme: CSS !important overwrite, #727
    - Document logo font. Recreate logo png. Remove GIMP logo file.
  - rename package to borgbackup
  - create/install html docs/man page
  - remove dependency on python3-pytest-benchmark
* Tue Apr 05 2016
  - version 1.0.0: initial build



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