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vim-poke-2.4-1.1 RPM for noarch

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Name: vim-poke Distribution: openSUSE:Factory:zSystems
Version: 2.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Tue Sep 20 21:39:10 2022
Group: Unspecified Build host: s390zp21
Size: 40366 Source RPM: poke-2.4-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Vim support for poke
Provides Vim support for poke.






* Wed Sep 07 2022 Antoine Belvire <>
  - Update to 2.4:
    * Lot of changes since 1.4, see packaged NEWS for details.
  - Add jitter-0.9.284-noexec-stack-arm-i586.patch: Make sure the stack
    is defined as non-executable in jitter on arm and i586.
  - Trim not strictly needed build requirements.
  - Recommend a handler for opening app:// hyperlinks.
  - Move Emacs support from poke to emacs-poke.
  - Package new vim support in vim-poke.
  - Enable tests.
* Thu Aug 11 2022 Dirk Müller <>
  - remove unused lua53 buildrequires
* Fri Dec 03 2021 Andreas Stieger <>
  - update to 1.4
    * Operating with arrays now much faster
    * Some of the compiler diagnostics have been made more readable
      and helpful
    * Limitations in the values of the odepth, oindent and oacutoff
      have been removed
  - includes changes from 1.3:
    * The `dump' command now remembers and re-uses the last used
      offset per IO space
    * The text accompanying constraint violation exceptions now
      indicate the type and the field whose constraint failed.
  - update licence to GPL-3.0-or-later
  - add upstream signing key and validate source signature
* Thu May 13 2021 Wang Jun <>
  - Update to version 1.2
    * User visible changes
    - The .file dot-command now supports a /c flag for creating new,
      empty files.
    - A new compiler built-in `ioflags' is available, that returns
      the flags of some given IO space.
    - Certain operations now raise a E_perm exception, instead of the
      more generic E_io.
    - A new kind of IO device is now supported: the `zero' IOD.
      Opening "<zero>" will result in an IO space covering the full
      64-bit byte range, that always returns zero on reads and that
      ignores writes.
    - Function values (closures) can now be compared at language-level.
      They are compared by pointer.
    - The compiler now rejects casts from `any' to function types
      instead of ICEing.
    - The `dump' command now doesn't try to print anything if the
      current IOS is not readable.
    - The `dump' command now prints ?? for "unknown" bytes, i.e. for bytes
      in addresses that are not readable in the underlying IO space.
    - The standard function `ltos' now gets an additional optional
      argument `base', that defaults to 10.
    - The `big' and `little' annotations can now be used in any struct
      type field, regardless of its type.
    * Bug fixes
    - A very nasty performance bottleneck in pvm_array_insert has been
    - Fix the opening mode of write-only files when the user doesn't
      specify explicit flags in `open'.
    - Avoid spurious EOF exceptions when writing weird integers past
      the end of an IOS.
    - Fix method `value' in
    - Fix ICE while compiling for-statements with several declarations.
    - Properly print > 2^32 addresses in `dump'
    - Other minor fixes.
    * Other changes
    - The JSON MI machinery has been rewriten and much improved.
    - More tests in several areas.
* Tue Mar 23 2021 Anton Smorodskyi <>
  - Update to version 1.1
    * User visible changes
    - The IOS_F_TRUNCATE `open' flag has been removed.
    - Constraint expressions and initializers can be now
      used together in struct fields.
    * Bug fixes
    - The infamous bug preventing poke work on 32-bit systems is now
    - Better handling of open modes in the file IOD.
    - Improve some translatable strings.
    - poke won't raise an exception when starting if HOME
      is not defined in the environment.
    - The compiler now emits an error if it sees un-map-able
      fields in a struct type.
    - Properly handle the absence of current IOS in the map command.
    - Install Emacs modes.
    - Portability fixes for:
      + Mac OS X 10.5.
      + GNU/Hurd.
      + Solaris 11 OpenIndiana.
      + AIX.
      + mingw.
    * Manual
    - Relicensed to GPLv3+.
    - Expand section on struct methods.
    - New section on data padding and alignment.
    - Document the Emacs modes provided by poke.
    - Provide a recommended pokerc configuration for beginners.
    - Other minor fixes based on user feedback.
* Fri Feb 26 2021 Matthias Mailänder <>
  - Update to version 1.0
  - Disable the static library
* Wed Jan 22 2020 Dan Čermák <>
  - Initial package version



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