|| ||"Justin M. Forbes" <jmforbes-AT-rpath.com>|
|| ||rPUA-2006-0136-1 conary conary-build conary-repository|
|| ||Wed, 26 Jul 2006 13:56:46 -0400|
rPath Update Advisory: 2006-0136-1
Products: rPath Linux 1
Conary 1.0.24 is a maintenance release.
o Administrators can now download server binary access logs by
visiting the http://servername/conary/log URL. Once the log
is accessed, it is rotated automatically by the repository
server. Subsequent accesses to the log URL will only yield
log entries added since the last access. (CNY-638)
o The Users and Groups tab in the web management UI is no longer
highlighted when administrators change their passwords.
o A --what-provides option has been added to the conary query
and conary repquery commands.
o A bug that installed extra components of a package that is
being installed instead of updated due to the existing package
being pinned has been fixed. (CNY-682)
o When pulling files out of a src.rpm file, Conary now stores
the src.rpm file itself in the repository rather than the files
pulled from it. (CNY-684)
o Mono dependency version mappings are now discovered in CIL policy
.config files. (CNY-686)
o The internal util.literalRegex() function has been replaced by
use of re.escape(). (CNY-634)
o The Conary Repository web interface no longer returns a
HTTP_FORBIDDEN (403) when a bad password is given by the user.
This allows the user to re-try authentication.
o The --signatures and --buildreqs flags now work with the conary
showcs command. (CNY-642)
o A bug in the NetworkRepositoryClient default pwPrompt mechanism
has been fixed.
o Error messages when entitlements fail to load have been improved.
o The repository client no longer caches repository access info when
the attempt to access was unsuccessful. (CNY-673, affects CNY-578)
o A bug that caused x86 flavored troves from being updated properly
when using the conary updateall command on an x86_64 system has
been fixed. (CNY-628)
o A bug has been fixed that caused migrate behavior to not respect
pins when the pinned troves were set to be erased. (CNY-680)
o Calling r.ComponentSpec(':foo') works again; it is exactly
equivalent to r.ComponentSpec('foo'). (CNY-637)
o Calling r.Move() with only one argument now fails explicitly
rather than silently doing nothing. (CNY-614
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