Package Release Info

discount-2.2.4-bp151.2.1

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP1

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

discount
libmarkdown-devel
libmarkdown2

Change Logs

Version: 2.2.2-bp150.2.5
* Fri Nov 03 2017 mpluskal@suse.com
- Provide virtual package markdown
* Thu Feb 09 2017 mpluskal@suse.com
- Update to version 2.2.2:
  * No changelog provided
- Refresh patches:
  * discount-disable_ldconfig.patch
  * discount-fix-compile-warings.diff
* Sun Oct 16 2016 mpluskal@suse.com
- Update to version 2.2.1:
  * No changelog provided
- Refresh patches:
  * discount-disable_ldconfig.patch
  * discount-fix-compile-warings.diff
* Sun May 01 2016 mpluskal@suse.com
- Update to 2.2.0
  * no changelog provided
- Build with optflags
- Refresh discount-disable_ldconfig.patch
* Thu May 21 2015 mailaender@opensuse.org
- add symlink with update-alternatives to un-conflict Markdown.pl
* Thu Apr 30 2015 mardnh@gmx.de
- add build condition "fenced_code" to conditionally run configure
  with "--with-fenced-code"
  Building with this condition enables PHP markdown extra-style fenced code
  sections, where your chunks of code are surrounded by ~~~ lines instead
  of being indented 4 spaces.
* Thu Apr 30 2015 mardnh@gmx.de
- update to 2.1.8a
- correct license in spec file. It's actually BSD-3-Clause
- added patch for fixing some comiler warnings:
  discount-fix-compile-warings.diff
- ran spec-cleaner and specfile cleanup
- change from version 2.1.8a
  When I put in the patch to ...
  * Change the mail demangler to a debian-specific ?always mangle one way? hack.
    (enabled with the configure.sh option ?debian-glitch)
  I messed up the format string and made the mangled email address into a fixed
  bogus string. Sigh. Fixed (thanks to a patch from Alessandro Ghedini), updated
  (and I really have to expand the runtime configuration flags array to be long
  enough to fit 64 settings, but that?s a fix for a different day) and released.
- change from version 2.1.8
  After a year or so of letting the code sit and slowly accumulate fixes, a new
  version which fixes a wad of bugs and adds a few new features. Some of this
  code is front other people, and those changes will be marked with their names:
  * FINALLY address the bug where markdown extra-style footnotes lose numbering
    when they show up in nested element; I was not carrying the m-e reference#
    inside the footnotes structure, but was instead carrying it in the parent
    structure and not updating it. So I changed the footnotes structure to
    include the reference + the list of footnotes, which made the misnumbering
    go away on my tests.
  * Fix makefile distclean to cleanup all the generated files and corrected the
    names of the installed sample program man pages to end in .1
    (Mark Pizzolato mark@infocomm.com)
  * Change the mail demangler to a debian-specific ?always mangle one way? hack.
    (enabled with the configure.sh option ?debian-glitch)
  * Add ?with-unmangled-email compile-time flag to disable mailto: mangling
  * Allow the magic output filename -, which means send output to stdout instead
    of to a file.
  * Fix a bug where autolink + github flavored markdown absorbs the ^C eoln
    character into a link at the end of a line.
  * Tweak install.samples so that the user can supply a SAMPLE_PFX on the
    command line SAMPLE_PFX=discount- make install.samples to install the sample
    programs with a package-specific prefix.
  * Emit pages in utf-8 instead of us-ascii (simply a change to the
    Content-Type meta) (Nathan Phillip Brink binki@gentoo.org)
  * Patch the horrible list handler to support long numeric list items
    (George Hartzell hartzell@alerce.com)
  * Various bugfixes (Masayoshi Sekimura sekimura@gmail.com)
  * Fix support for CFLAGS=-m32 ./configure.sh by using CFLAGS for all build
    invokations of CC. (Nathan Phillip Brink binki@gentoo.org)
  * Github-style language attributes on fenced code blocks
    (Loren Segal lsegal@amazon.com)
  * When defining WORD & DWORD, check first for the MS Windows WinDef.h file;
    if found, include it instead of defining WORD & DWORD ourselves.
  * support url-encoded anchor links with ?with-urlencoded-anchor option
    (Daisuke Murase typester@cpan.org)
- change from version 2.1.6
  does nothing except for some bugfixes (and ignores some particularly scary
  ones that I /must/ fix soon) and adds two small features.
  * A < at the end of the input is exactly the same as \<(space)
  * Markdown.pl does not appear to escape \<[nonwhite] sequences. Sigh.
  * Tweak the previous Markdown does not escape... commit to simply push out
    the backslash and back up to the start of the <[nonwhite] sequence,
    so -fnohtml will continue to work.
  * Treat hard <br/> (via two spaces) as whitespace.
  * Tweak divquote handling so that two adjacent divquotes won?t die if there
    is a space between the second > & leading %
  * Tweak one of the list tests back to the previous behavior (I?ve put in a
    hack for list indentation, and accidentally committed the changes. Oops!)
  The features are that I now use styles for table cell alignment instead of
  align=, and that I?m using the 3-clause BSD license for this release
  (because there is one widely used closed-source license that claims that you
  can?t dynamically link with code that uses the 4-clause license. Fine.
  I?ll 3-clause this release to make the stupid GPL happy.)
* Tue Dec 18 2012 lnussel@suse.de
- correct license in spec file. It's actually BSD4c
- changes from version 2.1.5a:
  * MKD_NOSTYLE ? treat <style> blocks as regular html.
  * github flavored markdown support
  * in the markdown program, add
  - S flag (tell markdown to spit out style sections)
  - n flag (tell markdown not to output generated text)
- version 2.1.1.1 implements PHP markdown extra-style fenced code sections,
  where your chunks of code are surrounded by ~~~ lines instead of being
  indented 4 spaces.
- changes from version 2.1.0:
  * makepage now accepts markdown option flags a'la the markdown program (via
  - Fxxxx, -fname, or in the MARKDOWN_FLAGS environment variable.)
  * add a -E flag to theme to ignore context-sensitivity on <?theme xxx?> substitutions.
* Wed May 04 2011 pascal.bleser@opensuse.org
- update to 2.0.9: no user-visible changes
- changes from 2.0.8:
  * changes and optimizations were made in table handling
  * a collection of bug and documentation fixes were made
- changes from 2.0.7:
  * the PHP markdown-extra style footnotes were documented
  * a new public function was added to modify the output that is generated for
    them
  * a few small typographical corrections were made to other manpages
- changes from 2.0.6:
  * support was added for PHP markdown extra footnotes
- changes from 2.0.5:
  * small tweaks to the table-of-contents generator
  * a change to the arguments of linkyformat() for inside-tag formatting
  * adds an expanded definition of CSS class names to include dashes and
    underscores
* Sat Jan 15 2011 pascal.bleser@opensuse.org
- initial version (2.0.4)
Version: 2.2.4-bp150.3.3.1
* Mon Jan 07 2019 Martin Pluskal <mpluskal@suse.com>
- Update changelog with references to security issues fixed
* Wed Oct 17 2018 Martin Pluskal <mpluskal@suse.com>
- Update to version 2.2.4:
  * No changelog provided
  * fixes:
    + boo#1094809 CVE-2018-11468 heap-based buffer over-read __mkd_trim_line function in mkdio.c
    + boo#1098252 CVE-2018-12495 heap-based buffer over-read via a crafted file
* Mon Jun 25 2018 mpluskal@suse.com
- Update to version 2.2.3a:
  * No changelog provided
- Refresh patches:
  * discount-disable_ldconfig.patch
  * discount-fix-compile-warings.diff