[lfs-book] [LFS Trac] #3783: util-linux 2.26.2

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Thu Apr 30 12:14:23 PDT 2015

#3783: util-linux 2.26.2
 Reporter:  bdubbs@…  |      Owner:  lfs-book@…
     Type:  task      |     Status:  new
 Priority:  normal    |  Milestone:  7.8
Component:  Book      |    Version:  SVN
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 New point version.

 util-linux 2.26.2 Release Notes

    - fix whole-disk start sector usage  [Karel Zak]
    - add new compiler warnings  [Karel Zak]
    - define cfdisk dependence on open_memstream  [Karel Zak]
    - ncurses is optional, don't fail when missing  [Karel Zak]
    - python is optional, don't fail when missing  [Karel Zak]
    - fix shadow declaration  [Sami Kerola]
    - update AUTHORS file  [Karel Zak]
 fdisk, sfdisk:
    - fix -o <list> backend  [Karel Zak]
    - fix fsck -C {fd} parsing  [Stanislav Brabec]
    - Remove TZUTC  [J William Piggott]
    - flush stdout in hwclock -c  [Alexey Galakhov]
    - regression fix  [J William Piggott]
    - fix first (current) runlevel line  [Ruediger Meier]
    - fix string_add_to_idarray() int vs. size_t  [Karel Zak]
    - use fcntl(..F_DUPFD_CLOEXEC) instead of dup(2)  [Cristian Rodríguez]
    - fix compiler warnings  [Sami Kerola]
    - (dos)  retain existing boot flag when resizing a partition  [Karel
 Zak, awilliam at redhat.co]
    - (gpt) add extra check for First/Last LBA  [Karel Zak]
    - (gpt) check header size before verify CRC  [Karel Zak]
    - (gpt) fix LE usage  [Karel Zak]
    - (gpt) fix end sector calculation on resize  [Karel Zak]
    - add fdisk_table_get_partition_by_partno()  [Karel Zak]
    - add warning to resize function  [Karel Zak]
    - allow to move start to first usable LBA  [Karel Zak]
    - don't resize in label drivers  [Karel Zak]
    - don't return empty strings from fdisk_partition_to_string()  [Karel
    - fix script parser to support resize operations  [Karel Zak]
    - fix scriptk parser to support alone signs  [Karel Zak]
    - fix symbols versioning script  [Karel Zak]
    - recognize FAT32 partitions hidden by Acronis software  [Jörg
    - support bootbits protection from (p)MBR  [Karel Zak]
    - support resize operation in fdisk_set_partition()  [Karel Zak]
    - add note about flock() to docs  [Karel Zak]
    - add support for MS_LAZYTIME  [Karel Zak]
    - --stderr and --no-act turn "auto-errors" on  [Ruediger Meier]
    - Fix use of errno after strtol() without zeroing first  [Stef Walter]
    - add --no-act for testing  [Karel Zak]
    - add -DTEST_LOGGER  [Karel Zak]
    - check xgethostname() return value  [Sami Kerola]
    - fix LOGGER_TEST_TIMEOFDAY check  [Karel Zak]
    - fix memory leaks  [Sami Kerola]
    - fix rfc5424 format crash  [Karel Zak]
    - generate header when reading message from stdin  [Patrick Plagwitz]
    - tidy few indentation issues  [Sami Kerola]
    - use errx() when checking user input  [Sami Kerola]
    - add debug support  [Karel Zak]
    - don't ignore dependences for partitioned devies  [Karel Zak]
    - follow kernel for inverse tree  [Karel Zak]
    - don't remount read-only on --bind  [Karel Zak]
    - fix lazytime docs  [Karel Zak]
    - merge changes  [Karel Zak]
    - update da.po (from translationproject.org)  [Joe Hansen]
    - update ja.po (from translationproject.org)  [Takeshi Hamasaki]
    - fix regression for sparc builds  [Waldemar Brodkorb]
    - accept empty partitions from dump  [Karel Zak]
    - don't use BLKRRPART to check loopdev usage  [Karel Zak]
    - enable bootbits protection  [Karel Zak]
    - fix -a vs. -A bug  [Karel Zak]
    - improve -N warnings  [Karel Zak]
    - add --skip-loopdevs  [Karel Zak]
    - add logger(1) command line options tests  [Sami Kerola]
    - add logger(1) error condition tests  [Sami Kerola]
    - add logger(1) journald test  [Sami Kerola]
    - add logger(1) message format tests  [Sami Kerola]
    - add old dump for sfdisk  [Karel Zak]
    - add sfdisk resize regression tests for MBR  [Karel Zak]
    - add sfdisk resize tests  [Karel Zak]
    - add sfdisk resize tests for GPT  [Karel Zak]
    - add subtests for invalid logger devive  [Ruediger Meier]
    - avoid &>> for bash compatibility  [Ruediger Meier]
    - config.h lives in build directory  [Ruediger Meier]
    - fix cramfs/mkfs for BE and different pagesizes  [Ruediger Meier]
    - fix getopt for old glibc  [Ruediger Meier]
    - fix logger device pathname too long  [Ruediger Meier]
    - fix sfdisk GPT test  [Karel Zak]
    - fix, don't call ts_die from subshell  [Ruediger Meier]
    - introduce TS_LOOP_DEVS for cleanup  [Ruediger Meier]
    - introduce ts_cleanup_on_exit()  [Ruediger Meier]
    - logger with socat device  [Ruediger Meier]
    - logger, validate written socket data  [Ruediger Meier]
    - logger/errors does not use --no-act  [Ruediger Meier]
    - loop tests, don't call ts_die() with DEVICE parameter  [Ruediger
    - make libmount context tests sensitive to USE_LIBMOUNT_FORCE_MOUNTINFO
 [Karel Zak]
    - make libmount python context tests sensitive to
    - more(1) depends on terminal, force to TERM=linux  [Karel Zak]
    - mount/rlimit tries to restore mtab  [Ruediger Meier]
    - never use -o pipefail  [Ruediger Meier]
    - optionally skip tests where loop support is needed  [Ruediger Meier]
    - require wipefs for sfdisk/gpt  [Karel Zak]
    - scsi_debug tests, don't call ts_die() with DEVICE parameter
 [Ruediger Meier]
    - simplify common logger options  [Ruediger Meier]
    - start script/race test only when --force specified  [Karel Zak]
    - ts_scsi_debug_init() sleeps a bit earlier  [Ruediger Meier]
    - use --no-act for logger tests  [Karel Zak]
    - use ts_skip for logger/journald  [Karel Zak]
    - verify logger return value  [Ruediger Meier]
    - add MAKE_CHECK_OPTS  [Karel Zak]
    - install socat >= 1.7.2  [Ruediger Meier]
    - move install script to .travis-functions.sh  [Ruediger Meier]
    - whitelist travis* branches  [Ruediger Meier]
    - trivial spelling and grammar fix  [Mike Place]

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