Contributed by maxime on from the frog-eaters-own-undeadly dept.
On 4th of March, Christian Weisgerber (naddy@) announced on the ports@ mailing list that the ports tree has been unlocked. So, there were 12 new ports for the week of March 2 to March 8:
- ports/devel: p5-Test-File
- misc: misc/p5-User
- www: p5-WWW-Search
- www: p5-WWW-Search-Ebay
- geo: geo/osm-gps-map
- x11/gnome: nautilus-sendto
- x11: gtksourceviewmm
- net: adsuck
- net: py-GeoIP
- x11/xfce4: xfce4-settings
- x11/xfce4: libxfce4menu
- x11/xfce4: xfconf
Some ports had updates that users should be aware of; 23 ports were removed (most of them were removed because they have been included in the OpenBSD 4.5 base system).
New ports, listed in the order they were committed to the tree:
- The Test-File modules provides a collection of test utilities for file attributes.
- The p5-User module allows applications to retrieve per-user characteristics.
- The WWW::Search module implements a Perl API to web-based search engines.
- This class is a Ebay specialization of WWW::Search. It handles making and interpreting Ebay searches.
- osm-gps-map is a Gtk+ widget that when given GPS coordinates, draws a GPS track, and points of interest on a moving map display. It downloads map data from a number of websites, including openstreetmap.org, openaerialmap.org and others.
- The Nautilus "sendto" plugin provides the Nautilus file manager with a context menu component for quickly sending files through external applications. Supported so far (if installed) are Evolution, Sylpheed, Thunderbird and Gajim.
- gtksourceviewmm, the C++ wrapper for gtksourceview. It has been imported because it is needed by a work-in-progress port of nemiver.
- adsuck is a dns relay that returns NXdomain for hosts that match names in a blacklist for quick and non browser plugin based ad blocking.
- py-GeoIP is the GeoIP python API.
- xfce4-settings provides an XSETTINGS daemon and various setting helpers for Xfce 4.6.0.
- libxfce4menu is a freedesktop.org compliant menu library used by various Xfce 4.6 components.
- xfconf is the new D-BUS based settings manager for Xfce 4.6.0, replacing xfce-mcs-manager.
Updated ports that users should be aware of:
Security fix for CVE-2008-5183.
- mail/evolution, from evolution-2.24.4 to evolution-2.24.5.
- graphics/png, from png-1.2.33 to png-1.2.35.
Security update to 1.2.35: Fix an uninitialized data bug; CVE-2009-0040.
- www/opera, from opera-9.63 to opera-9.64.
- net/pidgin, from pidgin-2.5.4 to pidgin-2.5.5.
- x11/isomaster, from isomaster-1.3.3 to isomaster-1.3.5.
- graphics/gimp/stable, from gimp-2.6.4p0 to gimp-2.6.5.
- www/piwik, from piwik-0.2.28 to piwik-0.2.32.
- graphics/pngcrush, from pngcrush-1.6.13 to pngcrush-1.6.15.
Security update to 1.6.15; fixes CVE-2009-0040.
- devel/subversion, from subversion-1.5.5 to subversion-1.5.6.
- www/mozilla-firefox, from mozilla-firefox-3.0.6 to mozilla-firefox-3.0.7.
Security update to mozilla-firefox-3.0.7.
MFSA 2009-11, MFSA 2009-10, MFSA 2009-09, MFSA 2009-08, MFSA 2009-07.
Includes security update to the png library.
- www/firefox-i18n, from firefox-i18n-3.0.6 to firefox-i18n-3.0.7.
- www/php5, from php5-core-5.2.8 to php5-core-5.2.9.
- net/curl, from curl-7.19.3 to curl-7.19.4.
Security update to 7.19.4.
Rogue servers could trick curl into accessing local files; CVE-2009-0037.
- mail/p5-GetLive got a patch to make it work after updates to the Hotmail website.
- www/lighttpd, from lighttpd-1.4.21 to lighttpd-1.4.22.
Fixes regressions with 1.4.21 (notably: default vhost in mod_simple_vhost, segfault in mod_scgi).
- security/john, from john-22.214.171.124 to john-126.96.36.199.
- net/GeoIP, from GeoIP-1.4.5 to GeoIP-1.4.6.
- net/p5-Geo-IP, from p5-Geo-IP-1.36 to p5-Geo-IP-1.37.
- Landry Breuil (landry@) updated the whole x11/xfce4 to Xfce 4.6.0. This means the update of some components (and the import of a few others, listed earlier in this article).
- www/webkit, from from webkit-40000 to webkit-41121.
- www/midori, midori-0.1.2 to midori-0.1.4.
- Some Perl modules that moved into base as of OpenBSD 4.5 have been removed:
- x11/xcompmgr moved into Xenocara as of OpenBSD 4.5.
- Three ports were removed in the Xfce update (all in the same commit):
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By Anonymous Coward (220.127.116.11) on
What, you used a magnifier on the thumbnail image or do you mean
they're just talking shit?
By Stefan (18.104.22.168) on
> What, you used a magnifier on the thumbnail image or do you mean
> they're just talking shit?
This is a screenshot, that also shows up on the XFCE homepage, so you don't really need a magnifier for that.
By Anonymous Coward (22.214.171.124) on
http://www.xfce.org/images/about/screenshots/4.6-4.png is perfectly visible (as long as it is viewed full size).
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By Maxime DERCHE (maxime) on http://www.mouet-mouet.net/maxime/blog/
I did not know that port, sorry. Fixed :).
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By Brynet (Brynet) on
Please consider fixing this maxime..
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