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Version: 0.9.13-bp150.2.6
* Mon Jul 04 2016
- x11vnc-fix-buffer-overflow-in-snapshot_stack_list.patch,
  * Fix two buffer overflows. (bnc#987182)
* Sat Jan 16 2016
- again set proper options for vncclient, autodetect client type
* Tue Apr 07 2015
- x11vnc_ssh: adjusted vncviewer parameters to tigervnc's
  viewer or any other VNC viewer (bnc#926148)
* Wed Oct 01 2014
- Cleanup/reduce buildRequires by not pulling metapackage
* Wed Mar 13 2013
- builds with automake 1.13
  * automake-1.13.patch
* Mon Feb 13 2012
- patch license to follow standard
* Tue Oct 18 2011
- merge patches from openSUSE:Factory/x11vnc
* Sat Oct 15 2011
- dropped stack-overflow, merged upstream
- update to 0.9.13:
  * improved support for non-X11 touchscreen devices, such as the Qtmoko Neo
  * interaction with the TSLIB touchscreen library is supported
  * the non-X11 input injection methods on Linux are extended to potentially
    handle more devices
  * Unix sockets and raw stdio (i.e. non-TCP/socket) connections are enabled
  * the SSL enabled Java VNC Viewer now handles mouse wheel events
* Sat Sep 11 2010
- update to 0.9.12:
  * the kdm display manager is now detected when trying not to get killed by
    the display manager
  * one can now specify the maximum number of displays that can be created in
  - create mode via X11VNC_CREATE_MAX_DISPLAYS
* Mon Aug 09 2010
- update to 0.9.11:
  * the SSL enabled Java VNC Viewer Makefile has been modified so that the jar
    files that are built are compatible back to Java 1.4
  * in -create/-unixpw mode, the environment variable FD_USERPREFS may be set
    to a filename in the user's home directory that includes default
    username:options values (so the options do not need to be typed every time
    at the login prompt)
  * the source tree is synchronized with the most recent libvncclient
* Mon May 03 2010
- update to 0.9.10:
  * IPv6 is now supported for all usage modes
  * a demo CGI script, "desktop.cgi", shows how to create an SSL-
    encrypted, multi-user x11vnc Web login desktop service
  * the included SSL-enabled Java VNC viewer applet supports
    Chained SSL Certificates
  * a Java Viewer applet parameter allows one to specify a VNC
    server's certificate
  * the Xdummy utility no longer requires being run as root
* Mon Dec 21 2009
- update to 0.9.9:
  * a system greeter option enables jumping directly to the GDM/KDM
    login panel for one's initial unixpw login
  * x11vnc now avoids GDM's attempts to kill it just after the user
    logs in
  * a simple application sharing mode showing multiple windows is
    enabled via -appshare
  * XAUTHORITY filename guessing is enabled via -findauth and
    '-auth guess'
  * the -stunnel mode now supports most of the -ssl features
  * workarounds are enabled for bugs in Xorg and GNOME that cause
    the Xorg server to crash
  * x11vnc keeps up with viewer update requests more aggressively
  * fonts may be changed for the GUI
* Tue Jul 07 2009
- update to 0.9.8:
  * web browser viewing with the SSL Java Viewer applet via HTTPS (single port
    mode) has been made more reliable
  * web proxy support for downloading the applet has also been improved
  * proxy authentication is now supported
  * the stability of the "-threads" mode is greatly improved and may provide a
    performance enhancement for certain usage scenarios (with either a single
    client or multiple clients)
  * workarounds for recent Xorg server and GNOME bugs are implemented
* Mon Mar 30 2009
- update to 0.9.7:
  * support is provided for building with VirtualGL's TurboVNC encoding and
    TightVNC modifications; TurboVNC is an enhanced TightVNC implementation
    for fast LAN high frame rate usage
  * smooth opaque window movement now works correctly in client-side caching
    mode (-ncache_cr option)
  * in addition to exporting Linux Virtual Terminals via the full framebuffer
    device, /dev/fb, one can now export the text-only view provided by
    /dev/vcsa (this lets the terminal be accessible even if it is not the
    currently active one)
  * raw framebuffers with less than 8 bits per pixel are supported
* Wed Dec 10 2008
- update to 0.9.6:
  * x11vnc's SSL encryption is extended to support the VeNCrypt and TLS VNC
    security types
  * Anonymous Diffie-Hellman key exchange support is provided, and Certificate
    Revocation Lists are implemented
  * the Java viewer applet is downloadable via the VNC port as well as the
    HTTP port
  * if x11vnc is not built with the Avahi Zeroconf library, an external helper
    program is used instead
  * a launcher for naive users is provided in x11vnc.desktop
* Thu Oct 23 2008
- update to 0.9.5:
  * symmetric key encryption using the RC4, AES, Blowfish, and 3DES ciphers is
    supported via the '-enc cipher:keyfile' option
  * server-side scaling can now have different scale factors along the
    horizontal and vertical axes
  * the -chatwindow option allows a chat window to appear on the X console
    during UltraVNC chats
  * the non-SSL Java viewer applet has been replaced with an improved
* Wed Sep 17 2008
- update to 0.9.4:
  * reverse VNC connections now work in the X session -find and -create modes
  * reverse VNC connections (both normal and using SSL) can use a Web proxy, a
    SOCKS proxy, the UltraVNC repeater proxy, an SSH connection, or even a CGI
    URL to make the outgoing connection by using the -proxy option
  * support for the ZYWRLE encoding is added: it is the RealVNC ZRLE encoding
    extended to do motion video and photo regions more efficiently by way of a
    Wavelet based transformation
  * indexed colormaps with depths other than 8 now work properly
  * the Java Viewer source code is now included in the release
* Wed Oct 03 2007
- update to 0.9.3
* Thu Sep 20 2007
- moved to the openSUSE Build Service
- merged patches from the x11vnc package in openSUSE Factory (10.3RC1)
* Sat Aug 25 2007
- fixed buildrequires: removed libffmpeg0 and added avahi and dbus-1
- removed X-SUSE-Translate from .desktop