Contributed by jason on from the better-late-than-never dept.
There are 8 new ports for the week of July 14 to July 20:
Some ports had updates that users should be aware of.
Ports are listed in the order they were committed to the tree:
- Rawstudio is an open-source program to read and manipulate RAW images from most digital cameras. Rawstudio will convert your RAW files into JPEG, PNG or TIF images which you can then print or send to friends and clients. It has a graphical user interface, so you can simply open a RAW file and experiment with the controls to see how they affect the image. Rawstudio has a very simple architecture which is optimized for ease of use and therefore should be intuitive to most photographers. It is a highly specialized application for processing RAW images, not a fully featured image editing application.
- This module extends the Catalyst base class with a file cache.
- Using the PageCache plugin, you can cache the full output of different pages so they are served to your visitors as fast as possible. This method of caching is very useful for withstanding huge amounts of request in a short time.
- The bgs program ("Back Ground Setter") allows you to tailor the appearance of the background ("root") window on a workstation display running X. It uses imlib2 for image rendering and rotates the images automatically. It is designed for dynamic Xinerama/Xrandr setups such as those used with notebooks, but it works well in any setup.
- HAProxy is a high-performance and highly-robust TCP/HTTP load balancer which provides cookie-based persistence, automatic failover, header insertion, deletion, modification on the fly, advanced logging contents to help troubleshoot buggy applications and/or networks, and a few other features. It uses its own state machine to achieve up to ten thousand hits per second on modern hardware, even with thousands of simultaneous connections.
This module communicates with an IMAP server. Each IMAP server command is mapped to a method of this object. Although other IMAP modules exist on CPAN, this has several advantages over other modules:
- It parses the more complex IMAP structures like envelopes and body structures into nice Perl data structures.
- It correctly supports atoms, quoted strings and literals at any point. Some parsers in other modules aren't fully IMAP compatiable and may break at odd times with certain messages on some servers.
- It allows large return values (eg. attachments on a message) to be read directly into a file, rather than into memory.
- It includes some helper functions to find the actual text/plain or text/html part of a message out of a complex MIME structure. It also can find a list of attachments, and CID links for HTML messages with attached images.
- It supports decoding of MIME headers to Perl utf-8 strings automatically, so you don't have to deal with MIME encoded headers (enabled optionally).
- This module communicates with an IMAP server. Each IMAP server command is mapped to a method of this object. Although other IMAP modules exist on CPAN, this has several advantages over other modules:
- RTG is a flexible, scalable, high-performance SNMP statistics monitoring system. It is designed for enterprises and service providers who need to collect time-series SNMP data from a large number of targets quickly. All collected data is inserted into a relational database that provides a common interface for applications to generate complex queries and reports. RTG includes utilities that generate configuration and target files, traffic reports, 95th percentile reports and graphical data plots. These utilities may be used to produce a web-based interface to the data.
Dnstop is a libpcap application (a la tcpdump) that displays various tables of DNS traffic on your network. Currently dnstop displays tables of:
- Source IP addresses
- Destination IP addresses
- Query types
- Response codes
- Top level domains
- Second level domains
- Third level domains
- Dnstop is a libpcap application (a la tcpdump) that displays various tables of DNS traffic on your network. Currently dnstop displays tables of:
Port update notes:
Update to bugfix release 3.0.3.
Instead of copying the address, just copy the color data. Initially found by Christian Weisgerber (naddy@) grepping for suspicious casts. Bug and patch approved upstream.
Update to 0.7.9.2008.01.28. This fixes issues with Ruby on Rails because of a missing HAVE_PQSERVERVERSION definition.
Update to XVidcore 1.1.3 and enable MMX/SSE2 support on amd64/i386. This update also includes a security fix. The vulnerability is caused due to an array indexing error in the "get_intra_block()" function within src/bitstream/mbcoding.c while processing Xvid AVI files. This can be exploited to corrupt memory via a specially crafted file (CVE-2007-3329).
Update to livemedia 20080706.
Upgrade to VLC 0.8.6i. This incorporates bug fixes and integrates the livemedia security fix.
Update to OpenLDAP 2.3.42, a bugfix release.
Security update to mozilla-firefox-22.214.171.124 (MFSA 2008-35, MFSA 2008-34).
Security update to minimo-126.96.36.199 (MFSA 2008-35, MFSA 2008-34).
Security update to xulrunner-188.8.131.52 (MFSA 2008-35, MFSA 2008-34).
Security update to seamonkey-1.1.11 (MFSA 2008-34).
Upgrade to PostgreSQL 8.3.3, which includes one serious and one minor bug fix over 8.3.2.
Update OpenAFS to 1.4.7, the recommended production-ready release for UNIX hosts.
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