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Name: libqpdf28 Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 10.3.1 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150600.11.2 Build date: Thu May 9 18:39:47 2024
Group: Development/Libraries/C and C++ Build host: s390zl34
Size: 1768608 Source RPM: qpdf-10.3.1-150600.11.2.src.rpm
Summary: Shared libraries for qpdf
This packages contains the shared libraries required for the qpdf






* Wed Mar 13 2024
  - Fix build issues in s390x (bsc#1218902):
    * Drop openssl3_2-fuzz-16214.patch: depending on the used build worker,
      the test output changes, so the patch might or might not work.
    * Add qpdf-s390x-disable-fuzz-16214.patch instead: this patch disables
      the test altogether, which is unreliable due to the reasons above.
      The test can be restored once a newer enough zlib package appears in
* Wed Jan 17 2024
  - Add support for OpenSSL 3.x (bsc#1217722)
    * Add qpdf-support-openssl3.patch qpdf-fix-openssl3.patch
  - Temporary workaround for test fuzz-16214 (bsc#1218902)
    * Add openssl3_2-fuzz-16214.patch
* Fri Mar 12 2021
  - Update to version 10.3.1
    * See
      for the complete changelog.
* Fri Mar 05 2021
  - Update to version 10.3.0
    * See
      for the complete changelog.
* Thu Feb 25 2021
  - Update to version 10.2.0
    * See
      for the complete changelog.
* Tue Jan 05 2021
  - Update to version 10.1.0
    * See
      for the complete changelog.
* Sun Nov 22 2020
  - Update to version 10.0.4
    * Fix a handful of integer overflows.
* Fri Oct 30 2020
  - Update to version 10.0.3
    * Fixes a regression introduced in 10.0.2
* Wed Oct 28 2020
  - Update to version 10.0.2
    * Bug fixes and performance improvements
    * See
      for a complete changelog.
* Fri Apr 10 2020
  - Update to version 10.0.1
    * Fixes a regression in QPDFObjectHandle::getStreamData
* Mon Apr 06 2020
  - Update to version 10.0.0
    * Several internal optimizations
    * OpenSSL support as alternative crypto provider
    * Bug fixes
    * See
      for the complete changelog.
  - Add BR on pkgconfig(openssl) to add support for OpenSSL crypto
    provider and enable with --enable-crypto-openssl.
  - Drop BR on pkgconfig(gnutls) now that we have OpenSSL support.
  - Pass --disable-implicit-crypto to configure to make sure weak
    crypto code is disabled.
* Mon Jan 27 2020
  - Update to version 9.1.1
    * fix-qdf is rewritten in C++
    * Added options --is-encrypted and --requires-password for testing
      whether a file is encrypted or requires a password other than
      the supplied (or empty) password.
    * Added encrypt key to JSON options. With the exception of the
      reconstructed user password for older encryption formats,
      this provides the same information as --show-encryption but in
      a consistent, parseable format. See output of qpdf --json-help
      for details.
    * In QDF mode, be sure not to write more than one XRef stream to a
      file, even when --preserve-unreferenced is used. fix-qdf
      assumes that there is only one XRef stream, and that it appears
      at the end of the file.
    * When externalizing inline images, properly handle images whose
      color space is a reference to an object in the page's resource
* Sun Nov 17 2019
  - Update to version 9.1.0
    * Incorporate contribution from Masamichi Hosoda to properly handle
      signature dictionaries by not including them in object streams,
      formatting the Contents key has a hexadecimal string,
      and excluding the /Contents key from encryption and decryption.
    * Incorporate contribution from Masamichi Hosoda to provide new API
      calls for getting file-level information about input and output files,
      enabling certain operations on the files at the file level rather
      than the object level. New methods include QPDF::getXRefTable(),
      and QPDFWriter::getWrittenXRefTable().
    * Support build-time and runtime selectable crypto providers.
      This includes the addition of new classes QPDFCryptoProvider
      and QPDFCryptoImpl and the recognition of the QPDF_CRYPTO_PROVIDER
      environment variable. Crypto providers are described in depth
      in Section 2.3, “Crypto Providers”.
    * Addition of the --show-crypto option in support of selectable
      crypto providers, as described in Section 2.3, “Crypto Providers”.
    * Allow :even or :odd to be appended to numeric ranges for
      specification of the even or odd pages from among the pages
      specified in the range.
    * Add BR on pkgconfig(gnutls) to add support for GnuTLS for encryption
* Mon Oct 14 2019
  - Update to version 9.0.2
    * Fix the name of the temporary file used by --replace-input so
      that it doesn't require path splitting and works with paths
      include directories.
* Fri Sep 20 2019
  - Update to version 9.0.1
    * Upstream fixed bsc#1150151, removed explicit -fsigned-chars
      from CXXFLAGS
    * See included ChangeLog file for the complete changelog
* Tue Sep 10 2019
  - Add -fsigned-char to CXXFLAGS. Otherwise, tests fail on ppc64le,
    s390x, and aarch64 (bsc#1150151).
* Sun Sep 01 2019
  - Update to version 9.0.0
    * See included ChangeLog file for the complete changelog
* Mon Apr 29 2019
  - Update to version 8.4.1
    * See included ChangeLog file for the complete changelog
* Mon Feb 04 2019
  - Update to version 8.4.0
    See included ChangeLog file for the complete changelog
  - Drop qpdf-data-loss-fix.patch, fixed upstream.
* Mon Jan 21 2019
  - Update to version 8.3.0
    See included ChangeLog file for the complete changelog
  - Add qpdf-data-loss-fix.patch to fix
* Mon Aug 20 2018
  - Update to version 8.2.1
    Command-line Enchancements
    * Add --keep-files-open=[yn] to override default determination
      of whether to keep files open when merging.
  - Update to version 8.2.0
    Command-line Enhancements
    * Add --no-warn option to suppress issuing warning messages.
      If there are any conditions that would have caused warnings
      to be issued, the exit status is still 3.
    Bug fixesd and Optimizations
    * Performance fix: optimize page merging operation to avoid
      unnecessary open/close calls on files being merged. This
      solves a dramatic slow-down that was observed when merging
      certain types of files.
    * Optimize how memory was used for the TIFF predictor,
      drastically improving performance and memory usage for files
      containing high-resolution images compressed with Flate
      using the TIFF predictor.
    * Bug fix: end of line characters were not properly handled
      inside strings in some cases.
    * Bug fix: using --progress on very small files could cause
      an infinite loop.
    API enhancements
    * Add new class QPDFSystemError, derived from std::runtime_error,
      which is now thrown by QUtil::throw_system_error. This enables
      the triggering errno value to be retrieved.
    * Add ClosedFileInputSource::stayOpen method, enabling a
      ClosedFileInputSource to stay open during manually indicated
      periods of high activity, thus reducing the overhead of
      frequent open/close operations.
* Tue Jun 26 2018
  - Update to version 8.1.0
    Usability improvements:
    * When splitting files, qpdf detects fonts and images that the
      document metadata claims are referenced from a page but are
      not actually referenced and omits them from the output file.
    * When merging multiple PDF files, qpdf no longer leaves all
      the files open.
    * The --rotate option's syntax has been extended to make the
      page range optional. If you specify --rotate=angle without
      specifying a page range, the rotation will be applied to
      all pages.
    * When merging multiple files, the --verbose option now prints
      information about each file as it operates on that file.
    * When the --progress option is specified, qpdf will print a
      running indicator of its best guess at how far through the
      writing process it is.
    Bug fixes:
    * Properly decrypt files that use revision 3 of the standard
      security handler but use 40 bit keys
      (even though revision 3 supports 128-bit keys).
    * Limit depth of nested data structures to prevent crashes
      from certain types of malformed (malicious) PDFs.
    * In “newline before endstream” mode, insert the required
      extra newline before the endstream at the end of object streams.
    Please see included ChangeLog for complete changelog including
    API changes.
* Wed Mar 07 2018
  - Update to version 8.0.2
    * Proper handling of pages with no content
    * Better handling of files with loops following cross reference
* Mon Mar 05 2018
  - Update to version 8.0.1
    * Handle zlib streams with data checksum errors
    * In the command line tool, allow specification of page numbers
      counting from the end in page ranges.
* Tue Feb 27 2018
  - Update to version 8.0.0
    * QPDFObjectHandle::getUTF8Val now properly treats non-Unicode
      strings as encoded with PDF Doc Encoding.
    * Add the option --coalesce-contents can be used to combine
      content streams of a page whose contents are an array of
      streams into a single stream.
    * Add function qpdf_check_pdf to the C API. This function does
      basic checking that is a subset of what qpdf --check performs.
    * Major enhancements to the lexical layer of qpdf. For a complete
      list of enhancements, please refer to the ChangeLog file.
    * New API for working with PDF content streams at a lexical level.
      The new class QPDFObjectHandle::TokenFilter allows the developer
      to provide token handlers.
* Mon Feb 05 2018
  - Update to version 7.1.1
    * Fix one linearization bug affecting files whose first /ID
      component is not 16 bytes long
    * Fix some build issues
  - Add signature and keyring
* Wed Jan 24 2018
  - Update to version 7.1.0
    * Allow raw encryption key to be specified in libary and command
      line with the QPDF::setPasswordIsHexKey method and
    - -password-is-hex-key option. Allow encryption key to be displayed
      with --show-encryption-key option. See
      for a discussion of using this for cracking encrypted PDFs. I hope
      that a future release of qpdf will include some additional
      recovery options that may also make use of this capability.
    * Fix lexical error: the PDF specification allows floating point
      numbers to end with "."
    * Fix link order in the build to avoid conflicts when building
      from source while an older version of qpdf is installed
    * Add support for TIFF predictor for LZW and Flate streams. Now
    * Clarify documentation around options that control parsing but
      not output creation. Two options: --suppress-recovery and
    - -ignore-xref-streams, were documented in the "Advanced
      Transformation Options" section of the manual and --help output
      even though they are not related to output. These are now
      described in a separate section called "Advanced Parsing Options."
    * Implement remaining PNG filters for decode. Prior versions could
      decode only the "up" filter. Now all PNG filters (sub, up,
      average, Paeth, optimal) are supported for decoding.
      The implementation of the remaining PNG filters changed the
      interface to the private Pl_PNGFilter class, but this class's
      header file is not in the installation, and there is no public
      interface to the class. Within the library, the class is never
      allocated on the stack; it is only ever dynamically allocated. As
      such, this does not actually break binary compatibility of the
      library.  all predictor functions are supported
  - cleanup with spec-cleaner
* Wed Sep 20 2017
  - Update to version 7.0.0
    * License is now Apache-2.0
    * Add new libjpeg8-devel dependency
    * Improve the error message that is issued when QPDFWriter
    encounters a stream that can't be decoded. In particular, mention
    that the stream will be copied without filtering to avoid data
    * Add new methods to the C API to correspond to new additions to
    - qpdf_set_compress_streams
    - qpdf_set_decode_level
    - qpdf_set_preserve_unreferenced_objects
    - qpdf_set_newline_before_endstream
    * Add support for writing PCLm files
    * QPDF now supports reading and writing streams encoded with
      JPEG or RunLength encoding. Library API enhancements and
      command-line options have been added to control this
      behavior. See command-line options --compress-streams
      and --decode-level and methods QPDFWriter::setCompressStreams
      and QPDFWriter::setDecodeLevel.
    * Page rotation is now supported and accessible from both the
      library and the command line.
    * Fixes CVE-2017-12595 bsc#1055960, CVE-2017-9208 bsc#1040311
      CVE-2017-9209 bsc#1040312, CVE-2017-9210 bsc#1040313,
      CVE-2017-11627 bsc#1050577, CVE-2017-11626 bsc#1050578,
      CVE-2017-11625 bsc#1050579, CVE-2017-11624 bsc#1050581
* Tue Nov 10 2015
  - Update to version 6.0.0
    * Bump shared library version since 5.2.0 broke ABI.
* Sun Nov 08 2015
  - Update to version 5.2.0
    * Support for deterministic /IDs for non-encrypted files. This is
      off by default.
    * Handle more invalid xref tables
* Mon May 25 2015
  - Update to version 5.1.3
    * Handle object streams with more than 255 objects
    * Security fixes courtesy of Google Security Team
    * Properly handle pages that have no content
    * Robustness fixes for invalid PDF files



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