Package Release Info

postgresql10-plr-8.4-bp154.1.45

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP4

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

postgresql10-plr
postgresql10-plr-debuginfo
postgresql10-plr-debugsource
postgresql10-plr-doc

Change Logs

Version: 8.3.0.17-bp150.1.3
* Thu Feb 22 2018 astieger@suse.com
- drop postgresql93, postgresql94, postgresql95 build
* Thu Aug 10 2017 mrueckert@suse.de
- use _multibuild
* Tue Jul 25 2017 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Packaging
  + Make comment versionable
  + Remove obsoleted macro (mkdir, install)
  + Fix copyright line
* Wed Jul 12 2017 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Remove non maintained postgresql version 9.1 9.2
* Sat Jan 14 2017 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Undo the rename of postgresql-plr.changes.in to make happy
  factory auto-bot
* Wed Jan 11 2017 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Update to 08.03.00.17 version - Bring support to postgresql96
- Packaging
  + Move source to github and adapt packaging for that
  + Add plr-US.pdf as documentation, html being not delivered
    Documentation is build outside of the package to avoid texlive
  + Redone patch-Makefile-ldflags.patch to current sources
  + Rename postgresql-plr.changes.in to postgresql-plr.changes to
    ease osc vc edition, adapt pre_checking.sh to this change.
* Mon Dec 21 2015 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Fix postun/postin ldconfig call (see comment in sr#345782)
* Fri Feb 13 2015 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Update to last upstream tar.gz
  Due to missing root plr, and documentation (Conway)
- Removed upgrade alter extension, this doesn't work yet
* Mon Feb 09 2015 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Update to upstream 8.3.0.16
  Update for PostgreSQL 9.5dev compatibility
  Update copyrights
  Add check and throw an error when don't have an expectedDesc.
  Remove autocommit setting -- it has been removed in PostgreSQL
  9.5, and it has been ineffective for a long time.
    Reported by Peter E.
  Fix RPM spec file (redhat)
- Added support to postgresql94 packages
- modified patches: redone for 8.0.16
  * patch-Makefile-ldflags.patch
* Thu Jan 23 2014 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Revised year
- Added pre_checkin.sh methode to create variant packages
* Fri Dec 06 2013 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Update to upstream 8.0.15
  Update for PostgreSQL 9.3 compatibility
  Ensure certain errors in R code do not crash postgres
  Unbreak compilation with older versions of postgres not having rangetypes
  Allow use of OUT parameters
- modified patches: redone for 8.0.15
  * patch-Makefile-ldflags.patch
* Mon Nov 18 2013 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Packaging postgresql-plr
  Added postgresql-server as BuildRequires so rpmlint doesn't complain about
  owner of postgresql base install directory
* Fri Sep 27 2013 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- split postgresql-plr to postgresql version aligned
  postgresql91-plr linked to postgresql91
  postgresql92-plr linked to postgresql92
  postgresql93-plr linked to postgresql93
* Wed Jul 24 2013 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Upgrade to 8.3.0.14
  Update copyright for 2013
  Remove hack to take signal back from R interpreter (Mark Kirkwood)
  Set R_SignalHandlers = 0, the proper way to prevent R from taking signals in the first place (Mark Kirkwood)
  Adjust RPM spec file
  As of pg9.2 the syntax "LANGUAGE 'C'" no longer works. Use "LANGUAGE C" instead.
  The MacPorts installation has the header filed distributed across two different directories, so there is no single "rincludedir" to query from pkg-config. Instead, do it the proper way and ask pkg-config for the cflags, which should work for all installation variants. (Peter Eisentraut)
* Wed Jan 02 2013 darin@darins.net
* Upgrade to 8.3.0.13.1
  - Fix CREATE FUNCTION statements so that they work
  with PostgreSQL 9.2.x
* Mon Apr 16 2012 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Make factory happy added R-base as Build-Require
* Sun Apr 01 2012 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Fix formatting & licence scheme
* Fri Mar 30 2012 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Fix installation directory : goes to extension now
- Added missing expected plr.out to doc as sample howto
* Sat Mar 03 2012 bruno@ioda-net.ch
- Split documentation to postgresql-plr
- Add more informations (first step and test to readme.SUSE)
- Try to use -rpath (following darix advise) but no success
* Mon Oct 17 2011 bruno@ioda-net.ch
* Upgrade to 8.3.0.13
  - Fix Makefile so that msvc scripts can process it successfully
  - Add support for pgsql 9.1 CREATE EXTENSION
  - Put in safeguard to prevent attempted return of non-data (e.g.
  closure) types from R unless the pg return type is BYTEA
  - Correct thinko from earlier pass-by-val array optimization
  - Fix crashbug related to conversion of R data.frame to Postgres
  array on function return
  - Add plr_version() function: outputs a version string
  - New feature: allow PL/R functions to be declared and used
  as WINDOW functions
  - Minor fixes for compiler warnings by updated gcc
  - Fix missing calls to UNPROTECT. Report and patch by Ben Leiting.
  - Take SIGINT back into Postgres control from R. Report and test case
  by Terry Schmitt.
  - Don't try to free an array element value when the array element is NULL
  - Allow pg.spi.prepare/pg.spi.execp to use parameters which are 1D arrays-
Version: 8.4-bp153.2.12
* Fri Feb 19 2021 Yuchen Lin <mlin+factory@suse.de>
- Drop postgresql95, postgresql96 and postgresql11 flavor: no those packages from SLE
* Tue Jun 09 2020 Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
- Drop postgresql94 flavor: pgsql94 is EOL.
* Tue Oct 22 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- update to 8.4
  - Use 8.4 in plr.control (#61)
  - Remove unused testing files Those were to be used with PG < 9.x
- refreshed patch-Makefile-ldflags.patch
* Tue Oct 22 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- adding postgresql12 to _multibuild
* Sat Oct 27 2018 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- refresh patch-Makefile-ldflags.patch to apply cleanly again
* Sat Oct 27 2018 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- update to 08.03.00.18
  Due to some minor changes in the internal API, there were some
  small changes in the source to accommodate the changes.
* Thu Oct 25 2018 Reinhard Max <max@suse.com>
- Add build for PostgreSQL 11 and drop 9.3.
- BuildRequire server-devel instead of devel.