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libout123-0-1.30.0-1.1 RPM for x86_64

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Name: libout123-0 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.30.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Mon Jun 27 11:27:25 2022
Group: Unspecified Build host: lamb62
Size: 63562 Source RPM: mpg123-1.30.0-1.1.src.rpm
Packager: https://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.mpg123.de/
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.

Provides

Requires

License

LGPL-2.1-only

Changelog

* Sun Jun 26 2022 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.30.0
    build:
    * Use dummy as default module when no other outputs are
      enabled. This also fixes a non-module build with just the
      dummy.
    * Use CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR in CMake build to help nested
      use.
    mpg123:
    * new network backend using external tools/libraries to also
      support HTTPS
    * old network backend changed to use h_addr_list[0] instead of
      h_addr
    * terminal control keys now case-sensitive (fixing smal/big
      pitch controls)
    * additional terminal control keys for simple equalizer
      control (A/a for bass, J/j for mids, N/n for treble, e for
      reset, E for printout)
    * terminal volume control now in decibel steps and bounded to
      +/- 60 dB
    * terminal control now also with audio from stdin (bug 338) via
      /dev/tty or ctermid()
    * re-print tag info on decrease of terminal width for a bit
      less mess
    * always print an empty line after tag info for cleaner
      appearance
    * print lyrics also to stderr
    * remote control API v10 with "@P 3" as additonal message on
      track end
    * also added PROGRESS command as opposite of SILENCE
    * fix some verbosity, tweak help for --icy-interval
    * added --auth-file
    * also obscure argument to --auth for others
    libout123:
    * pulse: initialize more error codes to avoid bogus error
      messages
    version 1.29.4:
    libmpg123:
    * Saturate reader file position at off_t limit to satisfy
      undefined behaviour checkers.
    * Avoid harmless unitialized value in ID3v1 check (filepos,
      later being set before actual use).
* Sun Dec 12 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.29.3
    libmpg123:
    * Catch more NULL pointer arguments in LFS wrappers
      (most prominently: mpg123_feedseek(), bug 328).
    mpg123:
    * Fix regression that did _not_ enable --remote-err on -s
      anymore.
    * Fix typos in man page (thanks to Naglis Jonaitis).
    * Drop mixed-up value limits on remote control SEQ command. It
      is up to you if you want to distort your sound.
    * Add note about equalizer frequency bands to man page.
    build:
    * add BUILD_PROGRAMS option to ports/cmake
* Sat Oct 23 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.29.2
    * libmpg123: Fix non-live-decoder safeguard for
      mpg123_framebyframe_decode() (was a no-op in practice).
* Mon Oct 18 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.29.1
    mpg123:
    * Keep default output encoding of s16 for raw and file outputs
      also with the new resampler. This reverts the unintentional
      change in 1.26.0 of switching to f32 for forced output rate
      unless the NtoM resampler is selected. In any case, you
      should make sure to specify your desired --encoding if you
      depend on it.
    * Catch error in indexing (mpg123_scan() return value was
      ignored before, bug 322).
    mpg123-strip:
    * Lift the resync limit, as it should be to clean up really
      dirty streams.
    mpg123-id3dump:
    * Also lift resync limit for the same reasons.
    libout123:
    * Fix reporting of device property flags for buffer
    libmpg123:
    * More safeguarding against attempts to decode if decoder
      setup failed and user ignored the returned error code (bug
      322)
* Mon Sep 06 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.29.0
    build:
    * added --enable-runtime-tables
    libmpg123:
    * Float deocder runtime table computation is back as option,
      based on suggestion and initial patch by Ethan Halsall for a
      smaller download size of the wasm decoder built from
      libmpg23. This only trims the size of the binary on disk
      (network), for runtime overhead and a bit of uneasyness about
      concurrency during table computation, which happens
      implicitly on handle initialization, only guarded by an
      integer flag. This does _not_ revive mpg123_init().
    * The ID3v2 UTF-16 BOM check is now a straight-on loop and not
      a recursive function.
* Mon Jul 12 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.28.2
    libout123:
    * Complete the fix for bug 314, reopening the device after
      format setup failure.
* Fri Jul 09 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.28.1
    build:
    * Explain --with-default-audio in configure help better.
    * Fix build of arm_fpu (regression of configure reorg).
    * Re-introduce AC_PROG_C_C99 macro for autoconf 2.69, it's
      only obsolete after that.
    * Un-break CMake build for botched move of CheckCPUArch.c.in.
    libmpg123:
    * Make mpg123.h.in usable again with MPG123_NO_CONFIGURE,
    for external uses.
    * Use predefined MPG123_API_VERSION in mpg123.h.in for the
      same.
    * Fix an integer constant definition for the most negative 32
      bit number to avoid justified compiler complaints.
    libsyn123:
    * More support for MPG123_NO_CONFIGURE.
    * Optionally use predefined SYN123_API_VERSION in syn123.h.in
      for the same.
    * Add a cast to silence integer sign warning for offset in
      muloffdiv64().
    libout123:
    * Pulse module advertises wider format support now, not
      just s16. This makes mpg123 -e s24 work with it, not just
      out123.
    * Optionally use predefined OUT123_API_VERSION in out123.h.in
      for non-configure use.
* Sat Jun 05 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.28.0
    build:
    * Fix up the build to actually build all library objects with
      libtool consistently, also ensuring no pointless static
      archives for output modules.
    * Adapted things to autoconf 2.71, requiring 2.69 now
    * Improved configure to be more useful --with-default-audio to
      define the search order, fix static build for --with-audio
      being a list (just choosing the first one).
    * Ensure consistent use of LINK_MPG123_DLL in headers.
    build (ports/cmake):
    * Hardcode ports/cmake CPU detection for x64 and ARM as
      CMAKE_SYSTEM_PROCESSOR is useless crap (bug 298 for real).
    * Added JACK output, fixed handling of compat_str there
    libsyn123:
    * Fix syn123_mix() to actually do intermediate conversion when
      input and output encoding are the same but non-float. This
      makes out123 --mix work with s16 input and output, which is
      not that special!
    libmpg123:
    * Fix misguided handling of part2_3_length checks in
      III_get_scale_factors_1() and III_get_scale_factors_2()
      which invalidated decoding of a mono source encoded as
      ms+i-stereo (bug 312). This was a regression introduced
      with version 1.25.7.
    libout123:
    * Print basic module loading errors only for last one in list.
      This enables use of an output module search list that
      anticipates module files not installed with the main package.
* Sat May 08 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.27.2
    * Ensure debug.h is included last where it matters to avoid
      conflicts with debug/warning macros in system headers
    * Fix some debug/printf integer casts for 32 bit platforms.
* Fri May 07 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.27.0
    libmpg123:
    * Running on precomputed tables now, no need to call
      mpg123_init() anymore. That and mpg123_exit() are both just
      empty shells. You can omit them if you do not care about
      earlier libmpg123. You can check for MPG123_API_VERSION >=
      46.
    * Added API that avoids enums, mapped-to by default unless
      MPG123_ENUM_API is defined.
    libout123:
    * Added API that avoids enums, mapped-to by default unless
      MPG123_ENUM_API is defined.
    * Added device enumeration for win32, win32_wasapi, alsa,
      pulse.
      This increments the output module ABI version to 3.
    * Changed default output module order to put pulse before alsa
      since we now ensure that pulse is not inadvertedly started by
      the autospawn feature. This improves the experience on
      desktop systems with pulse where the alsa to pulse use
      causes glitches.
      Note that on a modern Linux desktop (Ubuntu), you will not
      escape an instance of pulseaudio being started, with even the
      enumeration of the ALSA default device summoning the daemon.
      If you _want_ sound daemon autospawn behaviour on other
      platforms, you need to trigger it outside of libout123.
    * examples: Update for dropped mpg123_init(), more sensible
      copyright notes.
    out123:
    * safer limiting of maximum playback rate
    * Added --list-devices.
    mpg123:
    * Fix --continue output to print track_count+1 as continue
      position after hitting the end of playlist. Makes
      scripts/conplay go to back to the beginning again (regression
      in 1.24.0, bug 250).
    * Remote control API version 9 with @I { .. @I } wrapping of
      ID3 and playlist display.
    * Added --list-devices.
    * Fix terminal control logic to better handle cases where
      stdin or stderr is not a terminal, also avoid enabling
      control if you specify stdin as input file.
    * Updated debugging/warning/error message macros to include
      the function name.
* Mon Mar 22 2021 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version  1.26.5
    * Add ./configure --enable-xdebug (for the resampler issue).
    * Avoid denormals in the resampler by adding an alternating
      offset (helps performance without -ffast-math, depending on
      platform).
    libmpg123:
    * Fix ID3v2 APIC parsing when frame length bit is set (bug
      306).
    * Also handle the group flag (skip the group byte).
    * Also fix up frame flag handling for ID3v2.3. Did not crop up
      yet, but it was just wrong. Impact was not detecting and
      bailing out on compressed or encrypted frames properly.
* Wed Feb 17 2021 Fabian Vogt <fvogt@suse.com>
  - Avoid unconditional Supplements
* Thu Dec 24 2020 aloisio@gmx.com
  - Update to version 1.26.4
    * Clarify seeking documentation regarding samples and PCM
      frames.
    * Fix cmake build to install fmt123.h.
    * Some cmake build fixes, tinyalsa addition by Maarten.
    * libmpg123: explicitly handle some irrelevant corner cases in
      tabinit
* Fri Jul 17 2020 aloisio@gmx.com
  - Update to version 1.26.3
    * Fix accurate (--enable-int-quality)
* Sun Jul 05 2020 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.26.2
    * Enable terminal control by default only when both input and
      output are connected to a terminal. This avoids messing with
      terminal settings when piping stderr to a pager, which takes
      over terminal input anyway, while mpg123 still thinks it got
      control.
    * More CMake build fixes
    * Use PROG_LIBS for output modules, to reinstate not
      necessarily proper but previous behaviour
    * Refine LFS support in libsyn123, avoiding
      architecture-dependent syn123.h
* Sat May 30 2020 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.26.1
    * Fix cmake build by actually including the read_api_version
      file in the distro.
    * Fix big-endian build, stupid omission of a variable
      declaration, semicolon.
    * Silence a harmless warning for build without realtime
      priority.
  - Drop fix-ppc64_1.patch and fix-ppc64_2.patch (merged upstream)
* Tue May 26 2020 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Add fix-ppc64_1.patch and fix-ppc64_2.patch
* Mon May 25 2020 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.26.0
    * Too many changes to list, see NEWS
  - Add libsyn123 subpackage
  - Drop Group tag
  - Spec cleanup
* Sat Oct 26 2019 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.25.13
    libmpg123:
    * Reset the flag for having a frame to decode before trying to
      parse a new one. This prevents very unkind behaviour
      (crashes) when combinging mpg123_scan() with decoding later
      on for damaged streams that have a mixture of different MPEG
      versions.
* Sat Aug 24 2019 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.25.12
    * Fix dynamic build with gcc -fsanitize=address (check for all
      dl functions before deciding that separate -ldl is not
      needed).
    libmpg123:
    * Fix an out-of-bounds read of maximal two bytes for truncated
      RVA2 frames (oss-fuzz-bug 15975). The earlier fix around the
      same location needed one thought more. Actually, another
      though was needed, oss-fuzz-bug 16009 documents the
      incomplete fix.
    * Fix an invalid write of one zero byte for empty ID3v2 frames
      that demand de-unsyncing (oss-fuzz-bug 16050).
    * Correct preprocessor syntax in mangle.h, no #error in a
      [#]define line. (bug 273, thanks to nmlgc).
* Thu Jul 18 2019 Luigi Baldoni <aloisio@gmx.com>
  - Update to version 1.25.11
    libmpg123:
    * Fix out-of-bounds reads in ID3 parser for unsynced frames.
      (oss-fuzz-bug 15852)
    * Fix out-of-bounds read for RVA2 frames with non-delimited
      identifier. (oss-fuzz-bug 15852)
    * Fix implementation-defined parsing of RVA2 values.
      (oss-fuzz-bug 15862)
    * Fix undefined parsing of APE header for skipping. Also
      prevent endless loop on premature end of supposed APE header.
      (oss-fuzz-bug 15864)
    * Fix some syntax to make pedantic compiler happy.
  - Spec cleanup

Files

/usr/lib64/libout123.so.0
/usr/lib64/libout123.so.0.4.4


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