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aubio-tools-0.4.1-9.13.1 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: aubio-tools Distribution: openSUSE Leap 42.3
Version: 0.4.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 9.13.1 Build date: Wed Jun 19 14:34:49 2019
Group: Productivity/Multimedia/Sound/Editors and Convertors Build host: obs-arm-6
Size: 669308 Source RPM: aubio-0.4.1-9.13.1.src.rpm
Summary: Example programs for aubio library
This package includes the example programs for aubio library.






* Wed Jun 12 2019
  - Fix two security issues leading to buffer overflow or segfault
    (CVE-2018-19800, bsc#1137828, CVE-2018-19801, bsc#1137822):
* Tue Aug 07 2018
  - Fix minor security issues leading to segfault or buffer overread
    (CVE-2018-14522, bsc#1102359, CVE-2018-14523, bsc#1102364):
  - Refresh the previous fixes from the upstream version
* Fri Jun 08 2018
  - Fix segfault with malformed input file (CVE-2017-17554,
* Fri Mar 23 2018
  - Fix divide-by-zero at wavread (CVE-2017-17054, bsc#1070399):
* Sun Aug 03 2014
  - update to 0.4.1 (to fix build in Factory):
    * The most interesting feature in this release concerns aubiocut.
    Thanks to the sponsoring of Mark Suppes, the python script to slice
    sound streams was extended to be sample accurate, cut overlapping
    segments, and work on multiple channels.
    * New source and sink objects have been added to let aubio read and
    write WAV files, even when built with no external libraries.
    This should simplify the use of aubio on platforms such as Android or Windows.
    * Existing sources and sinks have been extended to read and write from
    and to multiple channels. This makes python-aubio one of the fastest
    and most versatile Python module to read and write media files.
    This release also comes with a stack of bug fixes and code clean-ups.
  - 0.4 is a huge step in this library, as:
    * more portable: with no required dependencies, the core of aubio library,
    written in ANSI C, is known to compile and run on most modern platforms
    (Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, ...).
    * more stable: several bugs fixes and a battery of tests make this new
    release more robust and less prone to errors.
    * faster: several enhancements to the C library and a brand new Python
    interface help make this release orders of magnitude faster than the
    previous ones.
  - switched from autotools to waf
* Fri Sep 30 2011
  - add libtool as buildrequire to make the spec file more reliable
* Sun Apr 24 2011
  - Add 32bit compatibility libraries
* Wed Oct 22 2008
  - fix debug_packages_requires define
* Fri Aug 01 2008
  - fix requires for debuginfo package
* Wed Jul 16 2008
  - initial version: 0.3.2



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