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1 Got-portable Changelog
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4 This file details portable-specific changes to make things work on systems
5 other than OpenBSD.
7 All changes are on top of the versioned changes listed in CHANGES.
9 # got-portable 0.100 (2024-06-03)
11 * Changes fro, got-0.100
13 No -portable changes worthj mentioning.
15 # got-portable 0.99 (2024-05-05)
17 * Changes from got-0.99
19 The -portable release also includes the following changes:
21 - The `--enable-gotd` ./configure flag has been removed; gotd is now built
22 unconitionally.
23 - Some small portability fixes now that FreeBSD has switched over to using
24 this.
26 # got-portable 0.98.2 (2024-04-25)
28 * Changes from 0.98.1
30 - Include missing got helper got-fetch-http
32 # got-portable 0.98.1 (2024-04-25)
34 * Changes from got-portable-0.98
36 - Fix release tarball to include missing utd8d.h when using --enable-gotd
38 # got-portable 0.98 (2024-04-25)
40 * Changes from got-0.98
42 The -portable release also includes the following changes:
44 - GOT_DEFAULT_EDITOR can now be passed as a #define so that the path to
45 vi(1) can be changed. Default is /usr/bin/vi
46 - regress: drop jot as a dependency and use seq(1)
48 # got-portable 0.97 (2024-03-11)
50 * Changes from got-0.97
52 No -portable changes worth mentioning.
54 # got-portable 0.96 (2024-02-13)
56 * Changes from got-0.96
58 No -portable changes worth mentioning.
60 # got-portable 0.95 (2023-12-09)
62 * Changes from got-0.95
64 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
66 # got-portable 0.94 (2023-11-30)
68 * Changes from got-0.94
70 -portable ships with an experimental/work-in-progress cvg(1) utility, which
71 is disable by default, but can be enabled via the configure flag
72 --enable-cvg. It's is not recommended for use at this time though.
74 # got-portable 0.93 (2023-09-18)
76 * Changes from got-0.93
78 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
80 # got-portable 0.92 (2023-08-29)
82 * Changes from got-0.92
84 This release also introduces 'gotd', which is got's server implementation. By
85 extension, other tools are also introduced to work with gotd, and they are:
87 * gitwrapper
88 * gotctl
89 * gotsh
91 For more information about gotd, see gotd(8), as well as the above command man
92 pages where necessary. Note that gotd's portable implementation uses chroot()
93 to ensure some separation; this still requires the main gotd binary to run as
94 the root user.
96 To enable gotd and the corresponding other tools which work with it, you must
97 pass the '--enable-gotd' ./configure flag.
99 Further installation instructions can be found in the README.portable file in
100 the root directory of the project.
102 # got-portable 0.91 (2023-07-19)
104 * Changes from got-0.91
106 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
108 # got-portable 0.90 (2023-06-26)
110 * Changes from got-0.90.
112 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
114 # got-portable 0.89 (2023-06-08)
116 * Changes from got-0.89.
118 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
120 # got-portable 0.88 (2023-05-02)
122 * Changes from got-0.88.
124 No specific -portable changes worth mentioning.
126 # got-portable 0.87 (2023-04-22)
128 * Changes from got-0.87.
130 A few -portable changes to tidy up a few things. See the repository history
131 for more details.
133 # got-portable 0.86 (2023-03-13)
135 * Changes from got-0.86; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
137 # got-portable 0.85 (2023-03-08)
139 * Changes from got-0.85.
141 There's been a tonne of -portable-specific changes in this release which aim
142 to make portability easier across the supported systems. In particular,
143 there's been a lot of header cleanups, and now that -portable is using
144 config.h, this has allowed dependencies to be split out, so that ncurses is
145 only linked where required (tog). This should allow for multipacking where
146 needed.
148 There have also been some great improvements to regress (which is the test
149 suite) to remove GNU-specific wrappers for date(1), sed(1), ln(1).
151 There's too many commits to list here, but for the specifics, see the
152 differences between '0.84.1..0.85'.
154 Thanks in particular to Christian "naddy" Weisgerber for his help with this
155 work, and this -portable release.
157 # got-portable 0.84.1 (2023-02-24)
159 This is a bug-fix -portable release to address the following:
161 * Switch to using AC_CHECK_DECL to avoid cross-compilation issues when running
162 on Void Linux.
163 * Add libbsd check to template sub-project.
165 # got-portable 0.84 (2023-02-23)
167 * Changes from got-0.84. Portable change include:
169 * portable: allow for yacc to be found via setting YACC env var.
171 # got-portable 0.83 (2023-01-31)
173 * Changes from got-0.83; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
175 # got-portable 0.82 (2023-01-23)
177 * Changes from got-0.82; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
179 # got-portable 0.81 (2023-01-19)
181 * Changes from got-0.80 and got-0.81. Portable changes include:
183 * portable: Moving template/ to its own subproject (only used at compile-time)
184 * portable: configure.ac: fix libpanelw detection
185 * portable: __xpg_strerror_r: add forward-decl
187 # got-portable 0.79 (2022-11-08)
189 * Changes from got-0.79; ; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
191 # got-portable 0.78 (2022-11-03)
193 * Changes from got-0.78; ; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
195 # got-portable 0.77 (2022-10-24)
197 * Changes from got-0.77; ; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
199 # got-portable 0.76 (2022-09-23)
201 * Changes from got-0.76; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
203 # got-portable 0.75.1 (2022-09-13)
205 This is a bug-fix -portable release to address the following:
207 * portable: macos: look for GNU Bison in more places, based on whether brew or
208 MacPorts is in use, and failing to find Bison that way, look in a few
209 hard-coded but likely locations.
210 * portable: remove compat sys/queue.h -- this now makes libbsd a core
211 dependency on those systems which require it.
213 # got-portable 0.75 (2022-09-10)
215 * portable: import gotwebd
216 * portable: improve <sys/queue.h> inclusion
217 * portable: portably wrap socket functions between BSDs/Linux
218 * portable: improve homebrew support for MacOS
220 # got-portable 0.74 (2022-07-14)
222 * portable: made the 'date' command more portable in the test suite.
223 * portable: improved error-handling for commands on BSD-systems without
224 coreutils being installed.
225 * portable: reworked how 'sed' is wrapped portably, so that it now doesn't use
226 any bashisms, and will therefore run under strict POSIX-sh (dash on Ubuntu,
227 for instance).
229 # got-portable 0.73 (2022-07-04)
231 * Changes as found in got-0.73.
232 * portable: the libexec helpers now support Capsicum on FreeBSD, which is
233 similar to OpenBSD's pledge() syscall.
234 * Some portable work has taken place, but these have been merged upstream and
235 hence will be in the got-0.73 changes file.
237 # got-portable 0.71 (2022-06-23)
239 * portable: fix cross-compilation, from Leah Neukirchen
241 # got-portable 0.70 (2022-05-13)
243 * Changes from got-0.70; no -portable specific changes worth mentioning.
245 # got-portable 0.69 (2022-04-24)
247 * portable: added Apline Linux to the core set of OSes when checking CI/CD -
248 this therefore implies -portable can build on muscl as well as glibc.
249 * portable: fixed compilation of -portable on Alpine Linux with respect to
250 Landlock by using the correct header file.
251 * portable: added SipHash as a -portable implementation.
253 # got-portable 0.68.1 (2022-03-22)
255 * portable: fix up a bad merge whereby a code block that should have been
256 removed was left in-situ.
258 # got-portable 0.68 (2022-03-22)
260 * Changes from got-0.68
261 * portable: support for the following operating systems:
262 - FreeBSD
263 - NetBSD
264 - DragonFlyBSD
265 - MacOS
267 # got-portable 0.67; (2022-02-20)
269 * Changes from got-0.66
270 * Landlock support: portable now has support for the landlock API which
271 is similar to unveil(), allowing restrictions to which part of the
272 filesystem a process can access.
274 # got-portable 0.66; (2022-01-12)
276 * Changes from got-0.65
278 # got-portable 0.65; (2022-01-06)
280 * Added timespec*() compat-wrappers for BSD-time functions.
282 # got-portable 0.64; (2021-11-24)
284 * regress: make tests POSIX-compliant by making them run under dash (Ubuntu)
286 # got-portable 0.62; (2021-10-17)
288 * Changes from got-0.62
290 # got-portable 0.61; (2021-10-09)
292 * Port regress tests.
293 * Improve FreeBSD compatibility.
295 # got-portable 0.60; (2021-09-21)
297 * First portable version released for Linux.