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cabextract-1.4-11.1.2 RPM for armv6hl

From OpenSuSE 13.2 for armv6hl / armv6hl

Name: cabextract Distribution: openSUSE 13.2
Version: 1.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 11.1.2 Build date: Tue Oct 28 09:25:09 2014
Group: System/Console Build host: build75
Size: 61070 Source RPM: cabextract-1.4-11.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: A Program to Extract Microsoft Cabinet Files
Cabinet (.CAB) files are a form of archive, which Microsoft uses to
distribute their software and things like Windows Font Packs.
cabextract can be used to unpack these files.






* Sat Sep 17 2011
  - Remove redundant tags/sections from specfile
  - Use %_smp_mflags for parallel build
* Sat May 21 2011
  - Version update to 1.4
* Wed Dec 22 2010
  - use system libmspack (#660942)
* Sat Jul 24 2010
  - updated to version 1.3:
    * Bugs in the MS-ZIP and Quantum decompressors have been fixed. This
      fixes two security vulnerabilites: a segfault when testing a specific
      Quantum archive, and an infinite loop when testing or extracting a
      badly-formed MSZIP archive.
    * MS-ZIP recovery has been improved. You will now get data from within
      a bad block, up to the point it turned bad.
  - license changed to GPLv3
* Thu Sep 21 2006
  - updated to version 1.2:
    * The "-t" archive integrity checking option has been added. This
      was requested by several users. cabextract can unpack cabinet
      files and give you MD5 checksums of the files inside, without
      writing the unpacked files to disk.
    * Large files (more than 2 gigabytes) are now correctly searched
      for cabinet files.
    * A security vulnerability has been fixed. Files compressed with
      the Quantum method, using a window size less than 32768 bytes,
      could cause cabextract to write beyond the end of the window
      and cause a segmentation fault. This fix also permits
      cabextract to unpack this type of cabinet file (of which only
      one has been found in the wild) correctly.
    * The unnecessary GNU source mempcpy.c, which caused compilation
      failures on several systems, was removed.
    * An off-by-one error introduced in 1.1's UTF-8 decoder was
      fixed. Files with UTF-8 filenames can now be extracted. The
      UTF-8 decoder was also upgraded to support the latest
      Unicode characer maps.
* Wed Jan 25 2006
  - converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Sun Jan 23 2005
  - use RPM_OPT_FLAGS.
* Tue Oct 26 2004
  - updated to version 1.1
    * A security vulnerability has been fixed. If the files within a
    cabinet file include "../" in their filenames, this will be
    changed to "xx/", so cabinets cannot access the parent directory
    of where you want to extract them. (Bug #47537)
    * cabextract should now compile cleanly on AIX and Cygwin
* Mon Mar 15 2004
  - updated to version 1.0
    Changes since 0.6:
    * The cabextract source has been refactored and rewritten into a
    portable, extensible, robust library called libmspack. Now
    cabextract is just a UNIX-specialised command line application using
    the OS-agnostic libmspack CAB decompressor. Any developers who were
    considering using cabextract in their own software should now look
    at libmspack first.
    * Many bugs in the decompressers were squashed after
    refactoring. More than three gigabytes of real CAB files from the
    wild were used in testing. Corrupt cabinets that crashed cabextract
    0.6 are now correctly reported as corrupt, without crashing.
    * cabextract now alerts you if you try and use it to unpack
    InstallShield cabinet files. This is the number one FAQ saver.
    * cabextract no longer gets "/" and "\" mixed up.
    * cabextract now ignores cabinet files listed on the command line
    that have already been used as part of a multi-part set. You can now
    type cabextract *.cab on a big multi-part set, cabextract will not
    extract all the files several times over.
    * cabextract now lists files with the same filenames it would use if
    it were extracting them. This includes always showing UNIX directory
    separators in the listing.
    * cabextract now correctly lowercases cabinet files with Unicode
    * cabextract has the new --filter, --single and --pipe options.
    * The cabextract package now includes experimental wince_info and
    wince_rename scripts.
    * The definition of Microsoft cabinet files in doc/magic has been
    fixed, and a definition of Windows CE install cabinet header files
    has also been added.
* Sun Jan 11 2004
  - add %defattr



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