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Name: libseccomp-tools Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.5.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Sat Sep 25 22:52:36 2021
Group: Development/Tools/Debuggers Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 6618 Source RPM: libseccomp-2.5.2-2.1.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://github.com/seccomp/libseccomp
Summary: Utilities for the seccomp API
The libseccomp library provides an interface to the Linux Kernel's
syscall filtering mechanism, seccomp.

This subpackage contains debug utilities for the seccomp interface.

Provides

Requires

License

LGPL-2.1-only

Changelog

* Mon Sep 13 2021 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - Skip 11-basic-basic_errors test on qemu linux-user emulation
* Wed Sep 01 2021 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.5.2
    * Update the syscall table for Linux v5.14-rc7
    * Add a function, get_notify_fd(), to the Python bindings to
      get the nofication file descriptor.
    * Consolidate multiplexed syscall handling for all
      architectures into one location.
    * Add multiplexed syscall support to PPC and MIPS
    * The meaning of SECCOMP_IOCTL_NOTIF_ID_VALID changed within
      the kernel. libseccomp's fd notification logic was modified
      to support the kernel's previous and new usage of
      SECCOMP_IOCTL_NOTIF_ID_VALID.
* Sat Nov 21 2020 Dirk Mueller <dmueller@suse.com>
  - update to 2.5.1:
    * Fix a bug where seccomp_load() could only be called once
    * Change the notification fd handling to only request a notification fd if
    * the filter has a _NOTIFY action
    * Add documentation about SCMP_ACT_NOTIFY to the seccomp_add_rule(3) manpage
    * Clarify the maintainers' GPG keys
  - remove testsuite-riscv64-missing-syscalls.patch
* Wed Sep 09 2020 Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
  - Do not rely on gperf: pass GPERF=/bin/true to configure and
    remove gperf BuildRequires. The syscalls.perf file it would
    generate is part of the tarball already.
* Tue Sep 08 2020 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - testsuite-riscv64-missing-syscalls.patch: Fix testsuite failure on
    riscv64
  - Ignore failure of tests/52-basic-load on qemu linux-user emulation
* Tue Sep 08 2020 Ralf Haferkamp <rhafer@suse.com>
  - Update to release 2.5.0
    * Add support for the seccomp user notifications, see the
      seccomp_notify_alloc(3), seccomp_notify_receive(3),
      seccomp_notify_respond(3) manpages for more information
    * Add support for new filter optimization approaches, including a balanced
      tree optimization, see the SCMP_FLTATR_CTL_OPTIMIZE filter attribute for
      more information
    * Add support for the 64-bit RISC-V architecture
    * Performance improvements when adding new rules to a filter thanks to the
      use of internal shadow transactions and improved syscall lookup tables
    * Properly document the libseccomp API return values and include them in the
      stable API promise
    * Improvements to the s390 and s390x multiplexed syscall handling
    * Multiple fixes and improvements to the libseccomp manpages
    * Moved from manually maintained syscall tables to an automatically generated
      syscall table in CSV format
    * Update the syscall tables to Linux v5.8.0-rc5
    * Python bindings and build now default to Python 3.x
    * Improvements to the tests have boosted code coverage to over 93%
  - libseccomp.keyring: replaced by Paul Moore <pmoore@redhat.com> key.
* Fri Jun 05 2020 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.4.3
    * Add list of authorized release signatures to README.md
    * Fix multiplexing issue with s390/s390x shm* syscalls
    * Remove the static flag from libseccomp tools compilation
    * Add define for __SNR_ppoll
    * Fix potential memory leak identified by clang in the
      scmp_bpf_sim tool
  - Drop no-static.diff, libseccomp-fix_aarch64-test.patch,
    SNR_ppoll.patch (merged)
* Mon Feb 17 2020 Tomáš Chvátal <tchvatal@suse.com>
  - Add patch to fix ntpsec and others build (accidental drop of symbols):
    * SNR_ppoll.patch
* Tue Jan 07 2020 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - Tests are passing on all architectures
* Mon Jan 06 2020 Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet@opensuse.org>
  - Backport patch to fix test on aarch64:
    * libseccomp-fix_aarch64-test.patch
* Thu Dec 19 2019 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to release 2.4.2
    * Add support for io-uring related system calls
* Wed Jul 24 2019 Michel Normand <normand@linux.vnet.ibm.com>
  - ignore make check error for ppc64/ppc64le, bypass boo#1142614
* Sun Jun 02 2019 Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
  - Update to new upstream release 2.4.1
    * Fix a BPF generation bug where the optimizer mistakenly
      identified duplicate BPF code blocks.
* Sun Mar 17 2019 Marcus Meissner <meissner@suse.com>
  - updated to 2.4.0 (bsc#1128828 CVE-2019-9893)
    - Update the syscall table for Linux v5.0-rc5
    - Added support for the SCMP_ACT_KILL_PROCESS action
    - Added support for the SCMP_ACT_LOG action and SCMP_FLTATR_CTL_LOG attribute
    - Added explicit 32-bit (SCMP_AX_32(...)) and 64-bit (SCMP_AX_64(...)) argument comparison macros to help protect against unexpected sign extension
    - Added support for the parisc and parisc64 architectures
    - Added the ability to query and set the libseccomp API level via seccomp_api_get(3) and seccomp_api_set(3)
    - Return -EDOM on an endian mismatch when adding an architecture to a filter
    - Renumber the pseudo syscall number for subpage_prot() so it no longer conflicts with spu_run()
    - Fix PFC generation when a syscall is prioritized, but no rule exists
    - Numerous fixes to the seccomp-bpf filter generation code
    - Switch our internal hashing function to jhash/Lookup3 to MurmurHash3
    - Numerous tests added to the included test suite, coverage now at ~92%
    - Update our Travis CI configuration to use Ubuntu 16.04
    - Numerous documentation fixes and updates
  - now gpg signed, added key of Paul Moore from keyserver.
* Mon Jan 14 2019 kukuk@suse.de
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
* Sat Feb 24 2018 asarai@suse.com
  - Update to release 2.3.3:
    * Updated the syscall table for Linux v4.15-rc7
* Sun May 21 2017 jengelh@inai.de
  - Unconditionally rerun autoreconf because of patches
* Sun May 21 2017 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Update to release 2.3.2:
    * Achieved full compliance with the CII Best Practices program
    * Added Travis CI builds to the GitHub repository
    * Added code coverage reporting with the "--enable-code-coverage" configure
      flag and added Coveralls to the GitHub repository
    * Updated the syscall tables to match Linux v4.10-rc6+
    * Support for building with Python v3.x
    * Allow rules with the -1 syscall if the SCMP\_FLTATR\_API\_TSKIP attribute is
      set to true
    * Several small documentation fixes
  - Remove service file as we are not based on git
* Sat May 07 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.3.1
    * arch: fix the multiplexed ipc() syscalls
    * s390: handle multiplexed syscalls correctly
  - Remove 0001-arch-fix-a-number-of-32-bit-x86-failures-related-to-.patch,
    0001-tests-replace-socket-syscall-references-in-15-basic-.patch
    (fixed upstream)
* Tue Apr 19 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Add 0001-tests-replace-socket-syscall-references-in-15-basic-.patch
* Sun Apr 10 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Add 0001-arch-fix-a-number-of-32-bit-x86-failures-related-to-.patch
* Wed Mar 23 2016 meissner@suse.com
  - updated to final 2.3.0 release
  - builderror-k316.diff: fixed upstream
  - i586 testsuite fails, disable for now
* Wed Feb 24 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to git snapshot 2.3.0~g96
    * have libseccomp build with newer linux-glibc-devel;
    "multiplexed and direct socket syscalls"
  - Drop libseccomp-s390x-support.patch, libseccomp-ppc64le.patch
    (no longer apply - merged upstream)
  - Add builderror-k316.diff
* Fri Sep 25 2015 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Add baselibs.conf: systemd-32bit-224+ links against
    libseccomp.so.2.
* Mon Aug 31 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.3
    * Fix a problem with the masked equality operator
    * Fix a problem on x86_64/x32 involving invalid architectures
    * Fix a problem with the ARM specific syscalls
* Sat May 30 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.1
    * Fix a problem with syscall argument filtering on 64-bit systems
    * Fix some problems with the 32-bit ARM syscall table
  - Drop 0001-tools-add-the-missing-elf.h-header-file.patch,
    libseccomp-arm-syscall-fixes.patch
    (applied upstream)
* Mon Apr 13 2015 dvaleev@suse.com
  - Fix ppc64le build: libseccomp-ppc64le.patch
* Fri Apr 10 2015 afaerber@suse.de
  - Fix some arm syscall constants
    libseccomp-arm-syscall-fixes.patch
* Sun Mar 29 2015 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.2.0
    * Added support for aarch64, mips, mips64, mips64n32 (BE/LE).
    * Added support for using the new seccomp() syscall and the thread
    sync functionality.
    * Added Python bindings
  - Remove 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch
    (merged). Add no-static.diff.
    Add 0001-tools-add-the-missing-elf.h-header-file.patch
* Sat Jul 12 2014 meissner@suse.com
  - updated ppc64le patch
* Wed Mar 05 2014 meissner@suse.com
  - libseccomp-s390x-support.patch:
    support s390,s390x,ppc,ppc64 too. bnc#866526 (arm64 not yet done)
  - disabled testsuite on the new platforms, as there
    are still some failures.
    s390 32bit: passed: 3823 / failed: 91 / errored: 43
    s390x:    passed: 2410 / failed: 879 / errored: 68
    ppc64le:  passed: 3914 / failed:   0 / errored: 43
* Tue Jun 18 2013 jengelh@inai.de
  - Update to new upstream release 2.1.0
    * Add support for the x32 and ARM architectures
    * More verbose PFC output, including translation of syscall
    numbers to names
    * Several assorted bugfixes affecting the seccomp BPF generation
    * The syscall number/name resolver tool is now installed
    * Fixes for the x86 multiplexed syscalls
    * Additions to the API to better support non-native architecures
    * Additions to the API to support multiple architecures in one filter
    * Additions to the API to resolve syscall name/number mappings
  - Remove 0001-build-use-ac-variables-in-pkgconfig-file.patch
    (merged into 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch)
* Fri Dec 21 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Make 0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch apply again
* Fri Dec 14 2012 dvaleev@suse.com
  - code is only x86 capable. Set ExclusiveArch: %{ix86} x86_64
* Thu Nov 15 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Restore autotools patch (0001-build-use-autotools-as-build-system.patch)
    that was previously embodied in the files in the tarball
* Tue Nov 13 2012 meissner@suse.com
  - updated to 1.0.1 release
    - The header file is now easier to use with C++ compilers
    - Minor documentation fixes
    - Minor memory leak fixes
    - Corrected x86 filter generation on x86_64 systems
    - Corrected problems with small filters and filters with arguments
  - use public downloadable tarball
* Sat Sep 08 2012 jengelh@inai.de
  - Initial package (version 1.0.0) for build.opensuse.org

Files

/usr/bin/scmp_sys_resolver
/usr/share/man/man1/scmp_sys_resolver.1.gz


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