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nng-devel-1.5.2-1.8 RPM for s390x

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Name: nng-devel Distribution: openSUSE:Factory:zSystems
Version: 1.5.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.8 Build date: Thu Jun 15 15:16:23 2023
Group: Development/Libraries/C and C++ Build host: s390zp24
Size: 185896 Source RPM: nng-1.5.2-1.8.src.rpm
Summary: Header files for nng
Development and header files for nng (nanomsg next-generation).






* Mon Aug 23 2021 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.5.2
    * MbedTLS 3.0 is now supported.
    * Several bugs in the aio subsystem leading to hangs or
      performance issues are addressed.
    * Possible crash due to mismatched nni_strdup/free usage fixed.
    * Incorrect version number macros in CMake configuration fixed.
    * Several other minor cleanups (remove dead code, simplify some
  - Update to version 1.5.1
    * This release just addresses problems with the version label
      and cmake version properties.
  - Update to version 1.5.0
    * This release provides a two new convenience APIs,
      nng_msg_reserve() and nng_msg_capacity(), which can help with
      avoiding preallocations.
    * Additionally this release fixes a bug introduced in v1.4.0
      where setting IPC socket permissions on Linux did not work.
  - Update to version 1.4.0
    * This is principally a performance release, as we have
      introduced a bunch of new features that should improve
      performance, especially for higher end systems (those with
      multiple cores will see substantially improved scalability, and
      lower latencies
    Other features:
    * TCP ports may now be specified as service names.
    * wss4, wss6, ws4, and ws6 can be used to force IPv6 or IPv4
      binding for websocket URLs.
    * REQ will fail fast if no retry timer is present, and the peer
    * abstract sockets can be used on Linux (see nng_ipc.7 for
    * websocket stream mode now supports TEXT mode streams.
    * thread names can be set, and NNG will set names for its own
      (see nng_thr_setname.3).
    * IPv6 scoped addresses are supported.
    * nngcat grew --file and --data options to supply data to send.
  - Update to version 1.3.2
    * This release is just a set of improvements to fix some
      documentation bug
* Sat Aug 01 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.3.1
    * WebSocket and HTTP support for IPv6 addresses (note: IPv6
      scopes are still not supported).
    * Serious framing error in TLS (regression introduced in 1.3.0).
    * nng_msg_clear was clearing the header; now it only clears the
    * Use-after-free segfault in rep protocol.
    * NNG_OPT_RECONNMAXT zero did not prevent exponential backoff.
    * Use-after-free in TLS.
    * Hangs in nng_close fixed.
    * Fixes to ease inclusion in other projects.
    * Numerous minor doc bugs fixed.
    * Various test suite bugs fixed.
    * nngcat now supports data from standard input when the file is
      specified as "-".
* Mon Mar 02 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.3.0
    * Support for TLS 1.3 and external TLS providers.
    * Message cloning and related performance improvements.
    * Numerous other performance improvements.
    * HTTP Server support for "non-exclusive" registration -- a given
      handler may be registered as a fallback handler (e.g. for a
      directory), even if more specific handlers are registered.
    * Performance test programs grew more options to select different
      protocols and to change the URL to test across different
    Notable Bug Fixes
    * Thread count is limited.
    * Previously we would spawn potentially vast numbers of threads
      based on the number of available cores.
    * Raw mode fixes for XREQ and XRESPONDENT.
    * HTTP Server root URL handling had a few issues which are
    * Numerous test suites uncovered small (rare) races, etc.
    * REP protocol with SENDFD was inconsistent
    Other Changes
    * Polyamorous Pair v1 mode is changed, such that a new API call is
      needed to use it. Further, this mode will likely be removed in a
      future release.
    * Maximum hop count across nng_device() proxies is now limited
      to 15.
    * The nng_msg_options support was removed.
* Thu Feb 06 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.2.6
    * This is another release to fix builds for older compiles
      without support for C11 atomics.
* Wed Jan 29 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.2.5
    * This release fixes a mistake that prevented the code from
      building for people on older compilers or older operating
* Tue Jan 14 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.2.4
    * #1132 Masking error in LMQ leads to corruption
    * #1131 (openindiana) compile error
    * fix reported versions in nng.h and CMakeLists.txt
    The critical bug here is #1132 which leads to use after free
    heap corruption, and unpredictable results once the receive or
    send queue wraps.
* Sun Jan 05 2020 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.2.3
    * #1079 Use after free in tcp dialer
    * #1075 WebSocket use after free
    * #1064 Potential deadlock in statistics code
    * #1065 resolver leaks work structures
* Sun Dec 22 2019 Martin Hauke <>
  - Update to version 1.2
    This is a minor feature release of NNG.
    * Notably it includes support for non-SP protocol usages
      + for example NNG can be used to make generic websocket or HTTP
      applications now.
    * The default maximum receive size is lifted. (If you use NNG on
      an untrusted network, please set an explicit limit instead of
      relying on the defaults!)
    * Substantial work on performance. Most protocols should see
      a nice boost.
    * Numerous bugs fixed.
  - Update to version 1.1.1
    This fixes a few problems with 1.1.0.
    * The version number at build time was misreported as 1.0.1.
      It will now be 1.1.1.
    * Support for use in CMake scenarios involving add_subdirectory
    * Fix for the bug report URL if NNG crashes
    * Fix for a crash if a remote websocket peer sends PING requests
  - Update to version 1.1.0
    There are numerous bug fixes and improvements in this since 1.0.1.
    * DNS resolution is done asynchronously at dial time, leading to
      better self healing in the face of changing DNS records (and
      the possibility to use DNS for round-robin load balancing.)
    * Better peer identification is possible with IPC based transports.
    * The HTTP framework has better support for cancellation, and the
      HTTP client has a much friendlier ability to execute transactions.
      Additionally, the HTTP client can now support servers that insist
      on sending chunked transfer encodings.
    * The ZeroTier transport received a lot of work, so that it is far
      more stable, and supports more properties relating to peer
      identification. There are (undocumented) options to tune the
      local IP addresses used in ZeroTier as well. Also, the entire
      configuration process for ZeroTier is much saner.
    * A statistics API is available to obtain statistics about the
      application. Unfortunately, only a few statistics have been added
    - - more will be added in coming releases.
    * More modern CMake style is used to provide much more correct use
      from CMake projects - it should no longer be necessary to call
      find_package(Threads) or similar.
* Fri Jul 06 2018
  - Update to version 1.0.1
* Sat Jun 09 2018
  - Update to version 1.0.0



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