xz: Update to version 5.4.0

Message ID 20221217121427.3532488-8-adolf.belka@ipfire.org
State Accepted
Commit c4cd2b213ea1f5dfe04e949fe6d8e5696e2eeb2d
Headers
Series xz: Update to version 5.4.0 |

Commit Message

Adolf Belka 17 Dec 2022, 12:14 p.m. UTC
  - Update from version 5.2.8 to 5.4.0
- Update of rootfile
- Changelog
    5.4.0 (2022-12-13)
	    This bumps the minor version of liblzma because new features were
	    added. The API and ABI are still backward compatible with liblzma
	    5.2.x and 5.0.x.
	    Since 5.3.5beta:
	    * All fixes from 5.2.10.
	    * The ARM64 filter is now stable. The xz option is now --arm64.
	      Decompression requires XZ Utils 5.4.0. In the future the ARM64
	      filter will be supported by XZ for Java, XZ Embedded (including
	      the version in Linux), LZMA SDK, and 7-Zip.
	    * Translations:
	        - Updated Catalan, Croatian, German, Romanian, and Turkish
	          translations.
	        - Updated German man page translations.
	        - Added Romanian man page translations.
	    Summary of new features added in the 5.3.x development releases:
	    * liblzma:
	        - Added threaded .xz decompressor lzma_stream_decoder_mt().
	          It can use multiple threads with .xz files that have multiple
	          Blocks with size information in Block Headers. The threaded
	          encoder in xz has always created such files.
	          Single-threaded encoder cannot store the size information in
	          Block Headers even if one used LZMA_FULL_FLUSH to create
	          multiple Blocks, so this threaded decoder cannot use multiple
	          threads with such files.
	          If there are multiple Streams (concatenated .xz files), one
	          Stream will be decompressed completely before starting the
	          next Stream.
	        - A new decoder flag LZMA_FAIL_FAST was added. It makes the
	          threaded decompressor report errors soon instead of first
	          flushing all pending data before the error location.
	        - New Filter IDs:
	            * LZMA_FILTER_ARM64 is for ARM64 binaries.
	            * LZMA_FILTER_LZMA1EXT is for raw LZMA1 streams that don't
	              necessarily use the end marker.
	        - Added lzma_str_to_filters(), lzma_str_from_filters(), and
	          lzma_str_list_filters() to convert a preset or a filter chain
	          string to a lzma_filter[] and vice versa. These should make
	          it easier to write applications that allow users to specify
	          custom compression options.
	        - Added lzma_filters_free() which can be convenient for freeing
	          the filter options in a filter chain (an array of lzma_filter
	          structures).
	        - lzma_file_info_decoder() to makes it a little easier to get
	          the Index field from .xz files. This helps in getting the
	          uncompressed file size but an easy-to-use random access
	          API is still missing which has existed in XZ for Java for
	          a long time.
	        - Added lzma_microlzma_encoder() and lzma_microlzma_decoder().
	          It is used by erofs-utils and may be used by others too.
	          The MicroLZMA format is a raw LZMA stream (without end marker)
	          whose first byte (always 0x00) has been replaced with
	          bitwise-negation of the LZMA properties (lc/lp/pb). It was
	          created for use in EROFS but may be used in other contexts
	          as well where it is important to avoid wasting bytes for
	          stream headers or footers. The format is also supported by
	          XZ Embedded (the XZ Embedded version in Linux got MicroLZMA
	          support in Linux 5.16).
	          The MicroLZMA encoder API in liblzma can compress into a
	          fixed-sized output buffer so that as much data is compressed
	          as can be fit into the buffer while still creating a valid
	          MicroLZMA stream. This is needed for EROFS.
	        - Added lzma_lzip_decoder() to decompress the .lz (lzip) file
	          format version 0 and the original unextended version 1 files.
	          Also lzma_auto_decoder() supports .lz files.
	        - lzma_filters_update() can now be used with the multi-threaded
	          encoder (lzma_stream_encoder_mt()) to change the filter chain
	          after LZMA_FULL_BARRIER or LZMA_FULL_FLUSH.
	        - In lzma_options_lzma, allow nice_len = 2 and 3 with the match
	          finders that require at least 3 or 4. Now it is internally
	          rounded up if needed.
	        - CLMUL-based CRC64 on x86-64 and E2K with runtime processor
	          detection. On 32-bit x86 it currently isn't available unless
	          --disable-assembler is used which can make the non-CLMUL
	          CRC64 slower; this might be fixed in the future.
	        - Building with --disable-threads --enable-small
	          is now thread-safe if the compiler supports
	          __attribute__((__constructor__)).
	    * xz:
	        - Using -T0 (--threads=0) will now use multi-threaded encoder
	          even on a single-core system. This is to ensure that output
	          from the same xz binary is identical on both single-core and
	          multi-core systems.
	        - --threads=+1 or -T+1 is now a way to put xz into
	          multi-threaded mode while using only one worker thread.
	          The + is ignored if the number is not 1.
	        - A default soft memory usage limit is now used for compression
	          when -T0 is used and no explicit limit has been specified.
	          This soft limit is used to restrict the number of threads
	          but if the limit is exceeded with even one thread then xz
	          will continue with one thread using the multi-threaded
	          encoder and this limit is ignored. If the number of threads
	          is specified manually then no default limit will be used;
	          this affects only -T0.
	          This change helps on systems that have very many cores and
	          using all of them for xz makes no sense. Previously xz -T0
	          could run out of memory on such systems because it attempted
	          to reserve memory for too many threads.
	          This also helps with 32-bit builds which don't have a large
	          amount of address space that would be required for many
	          threads. The default soft limit for -T0 is at most 1400 MiB
	          on all 32-bit platforms.
	        - Previously a low value in --memlimit-compress wouldn't cause
	          xz to switch from multi-threaded mode to single-threaded mode
	          if the limit cannot otherwise be met; xz failed instead. Now
	          xz can switch to single-threaded mode and then, if needed,
	          scale down the LZMA2 dictionary size too just like it already
	          did when it was started in single-threaded mode.
	        - The option --no-adjust no longer prevents xz from scaling down
	          the number of threads as that doesn't affect the compressed
	          output (only performance). Now --no-adjust only prevents
	          adjustments that affect compressed output, that is, with
	          --no-adjust xz won't switch from multi-threaded mode to
	          single-threaded mode and won't scale down the LZMA2
	          dictionary size.
	        - Added a new option --memlimit-mt-decompress=LIMIT. This is
	          used to limit the number of decompressor threads (possibly
	          falling back to single-threaded mode) but it will never make
	          xz refuse to decompress a file. This has a system-specific
	          default value because without any limit xz could end up
	          allocating memory for the whole compressed input file, the
	          whole uncompressed output file, multiple thread-specific
	          decompressor instances and so on. Basically xz could
	          attempt to use an insane amount of memory even with fairly
	          common files. The system-specific default value is currently
	          the same as the one used for compression with -T0.
	          The new option works together with the existing option
	          --memlimit-decompress=LIMIT. The old option sets a hard limit
	          that must not be exceeded (xz will refuse to decompress)
	          while the new option only restricts the number of threads.
	          If the limit set with --memlimit-mt-decompress is greater
	          than the limit set with --memlimit-compress, then the latter
	          value is used also for --memlimit-mt-decompress.
	        - Added new information to the output of xz --info-memory and
	          new fields to the output of xz --robot --info-memory.
	        - In --lzma2=nice=NUMBER allow 2 and 3 with all match finders
	          now that liblzma handles it.
	        - Don't mention endianness for ARM and ARM-Thumb filters in
	          --long-help. The filters only work for little endian
	          instruction encoding but modern ARM processors using
	          big endian data access still use little endian
	          instruction encoding. So the help text was misleading.
	          In contrast, the PowerPC filter is only for big endian
	          32/64-bit PowerPC code. Little endian PowerPC would need
	          a separate filter.
	        - Added decompression support for the .lz (lzip) file format
	          version 0 and the original unextended version 1. It is
	          autodetected by default. See also the option --format on
	          the xz man page.
	        - Sandboxing enabled by default:
	            * Capsicum (FreeBSD)
	            * pledge(2) (OpenBSD)
	    * Scripts now support the .lz format using xz.
	    * A few new tests were added.
	    * The liblzma-specific tests are now supported in CMake-based
	      builds too ("make test").
    5.2.10 (2022-12-13)
	    * xz: Don't modify argv[] when parsing the --memlimit* and
	      --block-list command line options. This fixes confusing
	      arguments in process listing (like "ps auxf").
	    * GNU/Linux only: Use __has_attribute(__symver__) to detect if
	      that attribute is supported. This fixes build on Mandriva where
	      Clang is patched to define __GNUC__ to 11 by default (instead
	      of 4 as used by Clang upstream).
    5.2.9 (2022-11-30)
	    * liblzma:
	        - Fixed an infinite loop in LZMA encoder initialization
	          if dict_size >= 2 GiB. (The encoder only supports up
	          to 1536 MiB.)
	        - Fixed two cases of invalid free() that can happen if
	          a tiny allocation fails in encoder re-initialization
	          or in lzma_filters_update(). These bugs had some
	          similarities with the bug fixed in 5.2.7.
	        - Fixed lzma_block_encoder() not allowing the use of
	          LZMA_SYNC_FLUSH with lzma_code() even though it was
	          documented to be supported. The sync-flush code in
	          the Block encoder was already used internally via
	          lzma_stream_encoder(), so this was just a missing flag
	          in the lzma_block_encoder() API function.
	        - GNU/Linux only: Don't put symbol versions into static
	          liblzma as it breaks things in some cases (and even if
	          it didn't break anything, symbol versions in static
	          libraries are useless anyway). The downside of the fix
	          is that if the configure options --with-pic or --without-pic
	          are used then it's not possible to build both shared and
	          static liblzma at the same time on GNU/Linux anymore;
	          with those options --disable-static or --disable-shared
	          must be used too.
	    * New email address for bug reports is <xz@tukaani.org> which
	      forwards messages to Lasse Collin and Jia Tan.

Signed-off-by: Adolf Belka <adolf.belka@ipfire.org>
---
 config/rootfiles/common/xz | 32 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
 lfs/xz                     |  6 +++---
 2 files changed, 34 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
  

Comments

Peter Müller 27 Dec 2022, 4:36 p.m. UTC | #1
Reviewed-by: Peter Müller <peter.mueller@ipfire.org>

> - Update from version 5.2.8 to 5.4.0
> - Update of rootfile
> - Changelog
>     5.4.0 (2022-12-13)
> 	    This bumps the minor version of liblzma because new features were
> 	    added. The API and ABI are still backward compatible with liblzma
> 	    5.2.x and 5.0.x.
> 	    Since 5.3.5beta:
> 	    * All fixes from 5.2.10.
> 	    * The ARM64 filter is now stable. The xz option is now --arm64.
> 	      Decompression requires XZ Utils 5.4.0. In the future the ARM64
> 	      filter will be supported by XZ for Java, XZ Embedded (including
> 	      the version in Linux), LZMA SDK, and 7-Zip.
> 	    * Translations:
> 	        - Updated Catalan, Croatian, German, Romanian, and Turkish
> 	          translations.
> 	        - Updated German man page translations.
> 	        - Added Romanian man page translations.
> 	    Summary of new features added in the 5.3.x development releases:
> 	    * liblzma:
> 	        - Added threaded .xz decompressor lzma_stream_decoder_mt().
> 	          It can use multiple threads with .xz files that have multiple
> 	          Blocks with size information in Block Headers. The threaded
> 	          encoder in xz has always created such files.
> 	          Single-threaded encoder cannot store the size information in
> 	          Block Headers even if one used LZMA_FULL_FLUSH to create
> 	          multiple Blocks, so this threaded decoder cannot use multiple
> 	          threads with such files.
> 	          If there are multiple Streams (concatenated .xz files), one
> 	          Stream will be decompressed completely before starting the
> 	          next Stream.
> 	        - A new decoder flag LZMA_FAIL_FAST was added. It makes the
> 	          threaded decompressor report errors soon instead of first
> 	          flushing all pending data before the error location.
> 	        - New Filter IDs:
> 	            * LZMA_FILTER_ARM64 is for ARM64 binaries.
> 	            * LZMA_FILTER_LZMA1EXT is for raw LZMA1 streams that don't
> 	              necessarily use the end marker.
> 	        - Added lzma_str_to_filters(), lzma_str_from_filters(), and
> 	          lzma_str_list_filters() to convert a preset or a filter chain
> 	          string to a lzma_filter[] and vice versa. These should make
> 	          it easier to write applications that allow users to specify
> 	          custom compression options.
> 	        - Added lzma_filters_free() which can be convenient for freeing
> 	          the filter options in a filter chain (an array of lzma_filter
> 	          structures).
> 	        - lzma_file_info_decoder() to makes it a little easier to get
> 	          the Index field from .xz files. This helps in getting the
> 	          uncompressed file size but an easy-to-use random access
> 	          API is still missing which has existed in XZ for Java for
> 	          a long time.
> 	        - Added lzma_microlzma_encoder() and lzma_microlzma_decoder().
> 	          It is used by erofs-utils and may be used by others too.
> 	          The MicroLZMA format is a raw LZMA stream (without end marker)
> 	          whose first byte (always 0x00) has been replaced with
> 	          bitwise-negation of the LZMA properties (lc/lp/pb). It was
> 	          created for use in EROFS but may be used in other contexts
> 	          as well where it is important to avoid wasting bytes for
> 	          stream headers or footers. The format is also supported by
> 	          XZ Embedded (the XZ Embedded version in Linux got MicroLZMA
> 	          support in Linux 5.16).
> 	          The MicroLZMA encoder API in liblzma can compress into a
> 	          fixed-sized output buffer so that as much data is compressed
> 	          as can be fit into the buffer while still creating a valid
> 	          MicroLZMA stream. This is needed for EROFS.
> 	        - Added lzma_lzip_decoder() to decompress the .lz (lzip) file
> 	          format version 0 and the original unextended version 1 files.
> 	          Also lzma_auto_decoder() supports .lz files.
> 	        - lzma_filters_update() can now be used with the multi-threaded
> 	          encoder (lzma_stream_encoder_mt()) to change the filter chain
> 	          after LZMA_FULL_BARRIER or LZMA_FULL_FLUSH.
> 	        - In lzma_options_lzma, allow nice_len = 2 and 3 with the match
> 	          finders that require at least 3 or 4. Now it is internally
> 	          rounded up if needed.
> 	        - CLMUL-based CRC64 on x86-64 and E2K with runtime processor
> 	          detection. On 32-bit x86 it currently isn't available unless
> 	          --disable-assembler is used which can make the non-CLMUL
> 	          CRC64 slower; this might be fixed in the future.
> 	        - Building with --disable-threads --enable-small
> 	          is now thread-safe if the compiler supports
> 	          __attribute__((__constructor__)).
> 	    * xz:
> 	        - Using -T0 (--threads=0) will now use multi-threaded encoder
> 	          even on a single-core system. This is to ensure that output
> 	          from the same xz binary is identical on both single-core and
> 	          multi-core systems.
> 	        - --threads=+1 or -T+1 is now a way to put xz into
> 	          multi-threaded mode while using only one worker thread.
> 	          The + is ignored if the number is not 1.
> 	        - A default soft memory usage limit is now used for compression
> 	          when -T0 is used and no explicit limit has been specified.
> 	          This soft limit is used to restrict the number of threads
> 	          but if the limit is exceeded with even one thread then xz
> 	          will continue with one thread using the multi-threaded
> 	          encoder and this limit is ignored. If the number of threads
> 	          is specified manually then no default limit will be used;
> 	          this affects only -T0.
> 	          This change helps on systems that have very many cores and
> 	          using all of them for xz makes no sense. Previously xz -T0
> 	          could run out of memory on such systems because it attempted
> 	          to reserve memory for too many threads.
> 	          This also helps with 32-bit builds which don't have a large
> 	          amount of address space that would be required for many
> 	          threads. The default soft limit for -T0 is at most 1400 MiB
> 	          on all 32-bit platforms.
> 	        - Previously a low value in --memlimit-compress wouldn't cause
> 	          xz to switch from multi-threaded mode to single-threaded mode
> 	          if the limit cannot otherwise be met; xz failed instead. Now
> 	          xz can switch to single-threaded mode and then, if needed,
> 	          scale down the LZMA2 dictionary size too just like it already
> 	          did when it was started in single-threaded mode.
> 	        - The option --no-adjust no longer prevents xz from scaling down
> 	          the number of threads as that doesn't affect the compressed
> 	          output (only performance). Now --no-adjust only prevents
> 	          adjustments that affect compressed output, that is, with
> 	          --no-adjust xz won't switch from multi-threaded mode to
> 	          single-threaded mode and won't scale down the LZMA2
> 	          dictionary size.
> 	        - Added a new option --memlimit-mt-decompress=LIMIT. This is
> 	          used to limit the number of decompressor threads (possibly
> 	          falling back to single-threaded mode) but it will never make
> 	          xz refuse to decompress a file. This has a system-specific
> 	          default value because without any limit xz could end up
> 	          allocating memory for the whole compressed input file, the
> 	          whole uncompressed output file, multiple thread-specific
> 	          decompressor instances and so on. Basically xz could
> 	          attempt to use an insane amount of memory even with fairly
> 	          common files. The system-specific default value is currently
> 	          the same as the one used for compression with -T0.
> 	          The new option works together with the existing option
> 	          --memlimit-decompress=LIMIT. The old option sets a hard limit
> 	          that must not be exceeded (xz will refuse to decompress)
> 	          while the new option only restricts the number of threads.
> 	          If the limit set with --memlimit-mt-decompress is greater
> 	          than the limit set with --memlimit-compress, then the latter
> 	          value is used also for --memlimit-mt-decompress.
> 	        - Added new information to the output of xz --info-memory and
> 	          new fields to the output of xz --robot --info-memory.
> 	        - In --lzma2=nice=NUMBER allow 2 and 3 with all match finders
> 	          now that liblzma handles it.
> 	        - Don't mention endianness for ARM and ARM-Thumb filters in
> 	          --long-help. The filters only work for little endian
> 	          instruction encoding but modern ARM processors using
> 	          big endian data access still use little endian
> 	          instruction encoding. So the help text was misleading.
> 	          In contrast, the PowerPC filter is only for big endian
> 	          32/64-bit PowerPC code. Little endian PowerPC would need
> 	          a separate filter.
> 	        - Added decompression support for the .lz (lzip) file format
> 	          version 0 and the original unextended version 1. It is
> 	          autodetected by default. See also the option --format on
> 	          the xz man page.
> 	        - Sandboxing enabled by default:
> 	            * Capsicum (FreeBSD)
> 	            * pledge(2) (OpenBSD)
> 	    * Scripts now support the .lz format using xz.
> 	    * A few new tests were added.
> 	    * The liblzma-specific tests are now supported in CMake-based
> 	      builds too ("make test").
>     5.2.10 (2022-12-13)
> 	    * xz: Don't modify argv[] when parsing the --memlimit* and
> 	      --block-list command line options. This fixes confusing
> 	      arguments in process listing (like "ps auxf").
> 	    * GNU/Linux only: Use __has_attribute(__symver__) to detect if
> 	      that attribute is supported. This fixes build on Mandriva where
> 	      Clang is patched to define __GNUC__ to 11 by default (instead
> 	      of 4 as used by Clang upstream).
>     5.2.9 (2022-11-30)
> 	    * liblzma:
> 	        - Fixed an infinite loop in LZMA encoder initialization
> 	          if dict_size >= 2 GiB. (The encoder only supports up
> 	          to 1536 MiB.)
> 	        - Fixed two cases of invalid free() that can happen if
> 	          a tiny allocation fails in encoder re-initialization
> 	          or in lzma_filters_update(). These bugs had some
> 	          similarities with the bug fixed in 5.2.7.
> 	        - Fixed lzma_block_encoder() not allowing the use of
> 	          LZMA_SYNC_FLUSH with lzma_code() even though it was
> 	          documented to be supported. The sync-flush code in
> 	          the Block encoder was already used internally via
> 	          lzma_stream_encoder(), so this was just a missing flag
> 	          in the lzma_block_encoder() API function.
> 	        - GNU/Linux only: Don't put symbol versions into static
> 	          liblzma as it breaks things in some cases (and even if
> 	          it didn't break anything, symbol versions in static
> 	          libraries are useless anyway). The downside of the fix
> 	          is that if the configure options --with-pic or --without-pic
> 	          are used then it's not possible to build both shared and
> 	          static liblzma at the same time on GNU/Linux anymore;
> 	          with those options --disable-static or --disable-shared
> 	          must be used too.
> 	    * New email address for bug reports is <xz@tukaani.org> which
> 	      forwards messages to Lasse Collin and Jia Tan.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Adolf Belka <adolf.belka@ipfire.org>
> ---
>  config/rootfiles/common/xz | 32 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
>  lfs/xz                     |  6 +++---
>  2 files changed, 34 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/config/rootfiles/common/xz b/config/rootfiles/common/xz
> index d2f1d44cc..1e4a43729 100644
> --- a/config/rootfiles/common/xz
> +++ b/config/rootfiles/common/xz
> @@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ usr/bin/xzmore
>  #usr/lib/liblzma.la
>  usr/lib/liblzma.so
>  usr/lib/liblzma.so.5
> -usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
> +usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.4.0
>  #usr/lib/pkgconfig/liblzma.pc
>  #usr/share/doc/xz
>  #usr/share/doc/xz/AUTHORS
> @@ -93,6 +93,9 @@ usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzcat.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzcmp.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzdiff.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzegrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzfgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzgrep.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzless.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzma.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzmadec.1
> @@ -104,6 +107,9 @@ usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzcmp.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzdec.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzdiff.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzegrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzfgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzgrep.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzless.1
>  #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzmore.1
>  #usr/share/man/fr
> @@ -147,3 +153,27 @@ usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
>  #usr/share/man/man1/xzgrep.1
>  #usr/share/man/man1/xzless.1
>  #usr/share/man/man1/xzmore.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzcat.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzcmp.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzdiff.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzegrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzfgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzless.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzma.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzmadec.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzmore.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/unlzma.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/unxz.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xz.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzcat.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzcmp.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzdec.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzdiff.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzegrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzfgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzgrep.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzless.1
> +#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzmore.1
> diff --git a/lfs/xz b/lfs/xz
> index 83a724e1a..1e4020dde 100644
> --- a/lfs/xz
> +++ b/lfs/xz
> @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
>  ###############################################################################
>  #                                                                             #
>  # IPFire.org - A linux based firewall                                         #
> -# Copyright (C) 2007-2020  IPFire Team  <info@ipfire.org>                     #
> +# Copyright (C) 2007-2022  IPFire Team  <info@ipfire.org>                     #
>  #                                                                             #
>  # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify        #
>  # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by        #
> @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
>  
>  include Config
>  
> -VER        = 5.2.8
> +VER        = 5.4.0
>  
>  THISAPP    = xz-$(VER)
>  DL_FILE    = $(THISAPP).tar.xz
> @@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ objects = $(DL_FILE)
>  
>  $(DL_FILE) = $(DL_FROM)/$(DL_FILE)
>  
> -$(DL_FILE)_BLAKE2 = 44d1ddd783b2527f3b17481fc277b671808eb5639c10d31bfaca9fd29ac4413628654ecb9e207955a9477c83eb30f61cf5607cd9a49dd71732707731e4444ace
> +$(DL_FILE)_BLAKE2 = 8896044ae2761561161f4dcfc1e8e0bc6a58a2a7784567156b23e589cdb80028b37655af65802a20d2631ef05c209e406424f061c0293458a41b16dbf75a4f29
>  
>  install : $(TARGET)
>
  

Patch

diff --git a/config/rootfiles/common/xz b/config/rootfiles/common/xz
index d2f1d44cc..1e4a43729 100644
--- a/config/rootfiles/common/xz
+++ b/config/rootfiles/common/xz
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@  usr/bin/xzmore
 #usr/lib/liblzma.la
 usr/lib/liblzma.so
 usr/lib/liblzma.so.5
-usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
+usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.4.0
 #usr/lib/pkgconfig/liblzma.pc
 #usr/share/doc/xz
 #usr/share/doc/xz/AUTHORS
@@ -93,6 +93,9 @@  usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzcat.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzcmp.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzdiff.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzegrep.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzfgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/lzgrep.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzless.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzma.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/lzmadec.1
@@ -104,6 +107,9 @@  usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzcmp.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzdec.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzdiff.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzegrep.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzfgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/de/man1/xzgrep.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzless.1
 #usr/share/man/de/man1/xzmore.1
 #usr/share/man/fr
@@ -147,3 +153,27 @@  usr/lib/liblzma.so.5.2.8
 #usr/share/man/man1/xzgrep.1
 #usr/share/man/man1/xzless.1
 #usr/share/man/man1/xzmore.1
+#usr/share/man/ro
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzcat.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzcmp.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzdiff.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzegrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzfgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzless.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzma.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzmadec.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/lzmore.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/unlzma.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/unxz.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xz.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzcat.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzcmp.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzdec.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzdiff.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzegrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzfgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzgrep.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzless.1
+#usr/share/man/ro/man1/xzmore.1
diff --git a/lfs/xz b/lfs/xz
index 83a724e1a..1e4020dde 100644
--- a/lfs/xz
+++ b/lfs/xz
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@ 
 ###############################################################################
 #                                                                             #
 # IPFire.org - A linux based firewall                                         #
-# Copyright (C) 2007-2020  IPFire Team  <info@ipfire.org>                     #
+# Copyright (C) 2007-2022  IPFire Team  <info@ipfire.org>                     #
 #                                                                             #
 # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify        #
 # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by        #
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ 
 
 include Config
 
-VER        = 5.2.8
+VER        = 5.4.0
 
 THISAPP    = xz-$(VER)
 DL_FILE    = $(THISAPP).tar.xz
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@  objects = $(DL_FILE)
 
 $(DL_FILE) = $(DL_FROM)/$(DL_FILE)
 
-$(DL_FILE)_BLAKE2 = 44d1ddd783b2527f3b17481fc277b671808eb5639c10d31bfaca9fd29ac4413628654ecb9e207955a9477c83eb30f61cf5607cd9a49dd71732707731e4444ace
+$(DL_FILE)_BLAKE2 = 8896044ae2761561161f4dcfc1e8e0bc6a58a2a7784567156b23e589cdb80028b37655af65802a20d2631ef05c209e406424f061c0293458a41b16dbf75a4f29
 
 install : $(TARGET)