[v2,1/2] spice: Update version to 0.15.0

Message ID 20210902141059.2737882-1-adolf.belka@ipfire.org
State New
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Series [v2,1/2] spice: Update version to 0.15.0 | expand

Commit Message

Adolf Belka Sept. 2, 2021, 2:10 p.m. UTC
- v2 version of series to add $(MAKETUNING) variable to ninja in spice-protocol
- Update from 0.14.0 to 0.15.0
- Update rootfile
- Version 0.15.0 of spice requires version 0.14.3 or higher of spice-protocol
- Changelog
   Major Changes in 0.15:
    This is the first release in the new 0.15.x stable series. This release should
    be ready for production use.
     * Minor updates to CI
     * Some compatibility with OpenSSL
     * Change the behavior of handle_dev_start ignoring multiple start requests
     * Ignore multiple calls to handle_dev_stop
     * Pick up newer spice-common to fix a buffer overflow issue
   Major Changes in 0.14.91:
    0.14.91 is the first release candidate for the stable 0.15.x series. While some
    bugs might still be present, it should be reasonably stable. If you are looking
    for stability for daily use, please keep using the latest 0.14.x release.
     * Support UNIX abstract sockets
     * Fix some potential thread race condition in RedClient
     * Many cleanups in the code
     * Improve migration test script
     * Update in protocol documentation
     * Improve Meson build
     * Removed CELT support
     * Update CI
     * Removed QXLWorker definition, it was deprecated 6 years ago
     * Fix some compatibility with MacOS
     * Fix some compatibility with Windows
     * Move the project to C++
     * Some fixes for SASL dealing with WebDAV
     * Fix minor Coverity reports
     * Add Doxygen support, manually built with "make doxy"
     * Support more mouse buttons (up to 16 buttons)
     * CVE-2020-14355 multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities in QUIC decoding
   Major Changes in 0.14.3:
    Main changes are WebSocket and support for Windows.
     * Add support for WebSocket, this will allow to use spice-html5 without proxy
     * Support Windows, now Qemu Windows can be build enabling Spice
     * Fix some alignment problem
     * Converted some documentation to Asciidoc format to make easier to update,
       updated some
     * Minor compatibility fix for PPC64EL and ARMHF
     * Minor fixes for big endian machines like MIPS
     * Avoid some crashes with some buggy guest drivers, simply ignore the invalid
     * Fix for old OpenSSL versions
     * Minor fix for Windows clients and brushes, fixed an issue with Photoshop
       under Windows 7
     * Add ability to query video-codecs
     * Small use-after-free fix
     * Fix for debugging recording/replaying using QUIC images
     * Fix a regression where spice reported no monitors to the client
     * Fix DoS in spicevmc if WebDAV used
     * Updated and improved test migration script
     * Some minor fixes to smartcard support
     * Avoid possible disconnection using proxies using a in-flow keepalive
   Major Changes in 0.14.2:
    Main changes are support for Meson build and graphic device info
    messages allowing to better support multi-monitor configurations.
     * CVE-2019-3813: fix off-by-one error in group/slot boundary check
     * support H265 in stream-channel
     * add support for building with meson/ninja
     * minor tests fixes improving CI
     * set char device state for smartcard, allowing Qemu optimization
     * improve red-parse-qxl.c interface making it more consistent
     * add some instrumentation for streaming device
     * QXL interface: add a function to identify monitors in the guest
     * add support for GraphicsDeviceInfo messages
     * video-stream: prevent crash on stream reattach
     * make channel client callbacks virtual functions
     * bumped minimum required glib version to 2.38
     * attempt to have a reliable led state for keyboard modifiers
   Major Changes in 0.14.1:
    The main change in this release is the addition of a new protocol extension
    in order to support streaming the remote display as a video stream rather than
    going through the QXL protocol. Together with spice-streaming-agent, and/or with
    more work on the qemu/spice-server side, this should allow streaming of 3D
    accelerated VMs in the future. At this point, this part of spice-server is
    still a work in progress (multi-monitor support and various features are
     * add new org.spice-space.stream.0 channel used for passing an encoded video
       stream from the guest to the client
     * add support for TCP_CORK to reduce the amount of packets that we send
     * fix CVE-2018-10873
     * fix cursor related migration crash
     * fix regression causing sound recording to be muted after
       client disconnection/reconnection (introduced in 0.13.90)
     * fix regression in corner cases where images could be sent uncompressed
       when they used to be compressed with QUIC
     * disable TLS 1.0 support
     * CELT 0.5.1 support is now disabled by default. If celt051-devel is installed
       at build-time, --enable-celt051/--disable-celt051 must be explicitly specified
     * drop support for unsupported OpenSSL version. OpenSSL 1.0.0 or newer is now
     * bumped minimum required glib version to 2.32
     * endianness fixes
     * (small) leak fixes
     * usual round of code cleanups
     * not directly related to this release, but the upstream git repository is now
       hosted on gitlab.freedesktop.org

Signed-off-by: Adolf Belka <adolf.belka@ipfire.org>
 config/rootfiles/packages/spice | 3 +--
 lfs/spice                       | 6 +++---
 2 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)


diff --git a/config/rootfiles/packages/spice b/config/rootfiles/packages/spice
index 9ee1f9179..b56a90329 100644
--- a/config/rootfiles/packages/spice
+++ b/config/rootfiles/packages/spice
@@ -2,7 +2,6 @@ 
@@ -13,5 +12,5 @@ 
diff --git a/lfs/spice b/lfs/spice
index d1f56e708..72b132ebd 100644
--- a/lfs/spice
+++ b/lfs/spice
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ 
 include Config
-VER        = 0.14.0
+VER        = 0.15.0
 THISAPP    = spice-$(VER)
 DL_FILE    = $(THISAPP).tar.bz2
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@  DL_FROM    = $(URL_IPFIRE)
 PROG       = spice
-PAK_VER    = 5
+PAK_VER    = 6
 DEPS       = opus
@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@  objects = $(DL_FILE)
-$(DL_FILE)_MD5 = 6622aa7dfb5cd026a4d0d7e659216d26
+$(DL_FILE)_MD5 = 840c5284ebc78c15fc7c3a146931bc01
 install : $(TARGET)