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Fedora 10 Update: elfutils-0.142-1.fc10

Fedora Update Notification
2009-07-29 20:58:42

Name        : elfutils
Product     : Fedora 10
Version     : 0.142
Release     : 1.fc10
URL         : https://fedorahosted.org/elfutils/
Summary     : A collection of utilities and DSOs to handle compiled objects
Description :
Elfutils is a collection of utilities, including ld (a linker),
nm (for listing symbols from object files), size (for listing the
section sizes of an object or archive file), strip (for discarding
symbols), readelf (to see the raw ELF file structures), and elflint
(to check for well-formed ELF files).

Update Information:

This update fixes several bugs in the elfutils libraries and utilities.  It also
adds support for some new ELF extensions and new DWARF features.  The eu-readelf
utility gains the -N option to speed up DWARF output.  The libdw library gains
interfaces for decoding CFI into DWARF locations.

* Tue Jul 28 2009 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.142-1
- Update to 0.142
  - libelf: Bug fix in filling gaps between sections. (#512840)
  - libelf: Add elf_getshdrnum alias for elf_getshnum and elf_getshdrstrndx
    	    alias for elf_getshstrndx and deprecate original names.
  - libebl, elflint: Add support for STB_GNU_UNIQUE. (#511436)
  - readelf: Add -N option, speeds up DWARF printing
    	     without address->name lookups. (#505347)
  - libdw: Add support for decoding DWARF CFI into location description form.
    	   Handle some new DWARF 3 expression operations previously omitted.
           Basic handling of some new encodings slated for DWARF 4.
* Thu Apr 23 2009 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.141-1
- Update to 0.141
  - libebl: sparc backend fixes (#490585)
            some more arm backend support
  - libdwfl: fix dwfl_module_build_id for prelinked DSO case (#489439)
             fixes in core file support (#494858)
             dwfl_module_getsym interface improved for non-address symbols
  - eu-strip: fix infinite loop on strange inputs with -f
  - eu-addr2line: take -j/--section=NAME option for binutils compatibility
                  (same effect as '(NAME)0x123' syntax already supported)
- Resolves: RHBZ #495213, RHBZ #465872, RHBZ #470055, RHBZ #484623
* Tue Feb 24 2009 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng lists fedoraproject org> - 0.140-2
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_11_Mass_Rebuild
* Sun Feb 15 2009 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.140-1
- Update to 0.140
  - libelf: Fix regression in creation of section header. (#484946)
* Fri Jan 23 2009 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.139-1
- Update to 0.139
  - libcpu: Add Intel SSE4 disassembler support
  - readelf: Implement call frame information and exception handling dumping.
             Add -e option.  Enable it implicitly for -a.
  - elflint: Check PT_GNU_EH_FRAME program header entry.
  - libdwfl: Support automatic gzip/bzip2 decompression of ELF files. (#472136)
* Thu Jan  1 2009 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.138-2
- Fix libelf regression.
* Wed Dec 31 2008 Roland McGrath <roland redhat com> - 0.138-1
- Update to 0.138
  - Install <elfutils/version.h> header file for applications to use in
    source version compatibility checks.
  - libebl: backend fixes for i386 TLS relocs; backend support for NT_386_IOPERM
  - libcpu: disassembler fixes (#469739)
  - libdwfl: bug fixes (#465878)
  - libelf: bug fixes
  - eu-nm: bug fixes for handling corrupt input files (#476136)

  [ 1 ] Bug #512840 - [PATCH] Assert fail in libelf when file contains a gap between sections
  [ 2 ] Bug #511436 - FTBFS elfutils-0.141-1.fc12
  [ 3 ] Bug #505347 - eu-readelf super slow compared to readelf for large debuginfo dump

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update elfutils' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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