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jq-1.6-2.8 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: jq Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.6 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.8 Build date: Thu May 27 13:58:49 2021
Group: Productivity/Text/Utilities Build host: armbuild26
Size: 103423 Source RPM: jq-1.6-2.8.src.rpm
Summary: A lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor
A lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor. jq is like sed for
JSON data – you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform
structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let
you play with text.






* Thu Jul 04 2019
  - Make jq depend on libjq1, so upgrading jq upgrades both
* Fri Nov 02 2018 Avindra Goolcharan <>
  - Update to version 1.6
    * Destructuring Alternation
    * many new builtins (see docs)
    * Add support for ASAN and UBSAN
    * Make it easier to use jq with shebangs
    * Add $ENV builtin variable to access environment
    * Add JQ_COLORS env var for configuring the output colors
    * change: Calling jq without a program argument now always assumes
      "." for the program, regardless of stdin/stdout
    * fix: Make sorting stable regardless of qsort.
  - cleanup with spec-cleaner
  - drop CVE-2015-8863.patch (upstreamed in 8eb1367ca44e772963e704a700ef72ae2e12babd)
  - drop CVE-2016-4074.patch (upstreamed in fd4ae8304e23007672af9a37855c7a76de7c78cf)
* Fri Feb 03 2017
  - Add CVE-2016-4074.patch to prevent a stack exhaustion
    CVE-2016-4074 bsc#1014176
* Mon Jan 02 2017
  - Update tests dependencies to increase test coverage (bsc#1017157)
    * valgrind based tests were skipped
  - Do not run tests in qemu builds, valgrind does not work reliably
    in such conditions
* Sat Jul 16 2016
  - Make building more verbose
  - Run tests
* Mon Apr 25 2016
  - Add CVE-2015-8863.patch to fix a heap overflow bsc#976992
* Tue Aug 18 2015
  - Update to version 1.5
    * Regexp support
    * A proper module system
    * Destructuring syntax
    * Math functions
    * An online streaming parser
    * Minimal I/O builtins (inputs, debug)
    * try/catch for catching and handling errors
    * Tail call optimization
    * Datetime functions
    * Performance enhancements
  - Add oniguruma-devel BuildRequires for regexp support
* Fri Jun 27 2014
  - Don't package static libs
  - Fix rpath on the main binary
* Sun Jun 15 2014
  - Updated to 1.4
    + New command line arguments
    * jq --arg-file variable file
    * jq --unbuffered
    * jq -e / --exit-status (set exit status based on outputs)
    * jq -S / --sort-keys (now jq no longer sorts object keys by
    + Syntax changes
    * .. -> like // in XPath (recursive traversal)
    * question mark (e.g., .a?) to suppress errors
    * ."foo" syntax (equivalent to .["foo"])
    * better error handling for .foo
    * added % operator (modulo)
    * allow negation without requiring extra parenthesis
    * more function arguments (up to six)
    + New filters
    * any, all
    * iterables, arrays, objects, scalars, nulls, booleans,
      numbers, strings, values
    + New string built-ins
    * split
    * join (join an array of strings with a given separator string)
    * ltrimstr, rtrimstr
    * startswith, endswith
    * explode, implode
    * fromjson, tojson
    * index, rindex, indices
    + New math functions
    * floor, sqrt, cbrt, etc.
    + Addition of libjq, a C API interface to jq's JSON representation
      and for running jq programs from C applications.
* Thu Oct 17 2013
  - license update: MIT and CC-BY-3.0
    documentation is licensed under CC-BY-3.0



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