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Revision 1.3, Tue May 10 20:47:37 2022 UTC (8 months, 3 weeks ago) by markd
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2022Q4-base, pkgsrc-2022Q4, pkgsrc-2022Q3-base, pkgsrc-2022Q3, pkgsrc-2022Q2-base, pkgsrc-2022Q2, HEAD
Changes since 1.2: +44 -31 lines

{cups,cups-base,libcups}: update to 2.4.1

Changes in CUPS v2.4.1 (27th January 2022)
------------------------------------------

- The default color mode now is now configurable and defaults to the printer's
  reported default mode
- Configuration script now checks linking for -Wl,-pie flags
- Fixed memory leaks - in testi18n, in `cups_enum_dests()`,
  in `_cupsEncodeOption()` and `http_tls_upgrade()`
- Fixed missing bracket in de/index.html
- Fixed typos in configuration scripts
- Removed remaining legacy code for `RIP_MAX_CACHE` environment variable
- Removed deprecated directives from cupsctl and cups-files.conf
- Removed `purge-jobs` legacy code from CGI scripts and templates


Changes in CUPS v2.4.0 (29th November 2021)
-------------------------------------------

- Added configure option --with-idle-exit-timeout
- Added --with-systemd-timeoutstartsec configure option
- DigestOptions now are applied for MD5 Digest authentication defined
  by RFC 2069 as well
- Fixed compilation on Solaris
- Fixed and improved German translations


Changes in CUPS v2.4rc1 (12th November 2021)
--------------------------------------------

- Added warning and debug messages when loading printers
 if the queue is raw or with driver
- Compilation now uses -fstack-protector-strong if available


Changes in CUPS v2.4b1 (27th October 2021)
------------------------------------------

- Added support for CUPS running in a Snapcraft snap.
- Added basic OAuth 2.0 client support
- Added support for AirPrint and Mopria clients
- Added configure support for specifying systemd dependencies in the CUPS
  service file
- Added a JSON output mode for `ipptool`.
- The `ipptool` command now correctly reports an error when a test file cannot
  be found.
- CUPS library now uses thread safe `getpwnam_r` and `getpwuid_r` functions
- Fixed Kerberos authentication for the web interface
- The ZPL sample driver now supports more "standard" label sizes
- Fixed reporting of printer instances when enumerating and when no options are
  set for the main instance
- Reverted USB read limit enforcement change from CUPS 2.2.12
- The IPP backend did not return the correct status code when a job was canceled
  at the printer/server
- The `testlang` unit test program now loops over all of the available locales
  by default
- The `cupsfilter` command now shows error messages when options are used
  incorrectly
- The PPD functions now treat boolean values as case-insensitive
- Temporary queue names no longer end with an underscore
- The USB backend now runs as root
- Added pkg-config file for libcups
- Fixed a PPD memory leak caused by emulator definitions
- Fixed a `DISPLAY` bug in `ipptool`
- The scheduler now includes the `[Job N]` prefix for job log messages, even
  when using syslog logging
- Added support for locales using the GB18030 character set
- `httpReconnect2` did not reset the socket file descriptor when the TLS
  negotiation failed
- `httpUpdate` did not reset the socket file descriptor when the TLS
  negotiation failed
- The IPP backend now retries Validate-Job requests
- Now show better error messages when a driver interface program fails to
  provide a PPD file
- Added dark mode support to the CUPS web interface
- Added a workaround for Solaris in `httpAddrConnect2`
- Fixed an interaction between `--remote-admin` and `--remote-any` for the
  `cupsctl` command
- Now use a 60 second timeout for reading USB backchannel data
- The USB backend now tries harder to find a serial number
- Fixed `@IF(name)` handling in `cupsd.conf`
- Fixed documentation and added examples for CUPS' limited CGI support
- Fixed the `lpc` command prompt
- Now always pass "localhost" in the `Host:` header when talking over a domain
  socket or the loopback interface
- Fixed a job history update issue in the scheduler
- Fixed `job-pages-per-set` value for duplex print jobs.
- Fixed an edge case in `ippReadIO` to make sure that only complete attributes
  and values are retained on an error
- Hardened `ippReadIO` to prevent invalid IPP messages from being propagated
- The scheduler now supports the "everywhere" model directly
- Fixed some IPP Everywhere option mapping problems
- Fixed support for "job-hold-until" with the Restart-Job operation
- Fixed the default color/grayscale presets for IPP Everywhere PPDs
- Fixed support for the 'offline-report' state for all USB backends
- Documentation fixes
- Localization updates
- USB quirk updates
- Web interface updates
- The `ippeveprinter` tool now automatically uses an available port.
- Fixed several Windows TLS and hashing issues.
- Deprecated cups-config
- Deprecated Kerberos (`AuthType Negotiate`) authentication
- Removed support for the (long deprecated and unused) `FontPath`,
  `ListenBackLog`, `LPDConfigFile`, `KeepAliveTimeout`, `RIPCache`, and
  `SMBConfigFile` directives in `cupsd.conf` and `cups-files.conf`.
- Stubbed out deprecated `httpMD5` functions.
- Add test for undefined page ranges during printing.

$NetBSD: patch-config-scripts_cups-gssapi.m4,v 1.3 2022/05/10 20:47:37 markd Exp $

builtin krb5-config in platforms such as solaris do not support
the gssapi option, and need an explicit -lgss

--- config-scripts/cups-gssapi.m4.orig	2022-01-27 11:11:42.000000000 +0000
+++ config-scripts/cups-gssapi.m4
@@ -30,31 +30,22 @@ AS_IF([test x$enable_gssapi = xyes], [
 	], [
 	    AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
 	])
-    ], [sunos*], [
-	# Solaris has a non-standard krb5-config, don't use it!
-	SAVELIBS="$LIBS"
-	AC_CHECK_LIB([gss], [gss_display_status], [
-	    AC_DEFINE([HAVE_GSSAPI], [1], [Is GSSAPI available?])
-	    AS_IF([test "x$KRB5CONFIG" != x], [
-		CFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags) $CFLAGS"
-		CPPFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags) $CPPFLAGS"
-		LIBGSSAPI="-lgss $($KRB5CONFIG --libs)"
-	    ], [
-	        LIBGSSAPI="-lgss"
-	    ])
-	], [
-	    AC_MSG_ERROR([--enable-gssapi specified but GSSAPI library cannot be found.])
-	])
-	LIBS="$SAVELIBS"
     ], [*], [
 	# Other platforms just ask for GSSAPI
 	AS_IF([test "x$KRB5CONFIG" = x], [
 	    AC_MSG_ERROR([--enable-gssapi specified but krb5-config cannot be found.])
 	], [
 	    AC_DEFINE([HAVE_GSSAPI], [1], [Is GSSAPI available?])
-	    CFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags gssapi) $CFLAGS"
-	    CPPFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags gssapi) $CPPFLAGS"
-	    LIBGSSAPI="$($KRB5CONFIG --libs gssapi)"
+	    # make sure krb5-config supports gssapi option
+	    AS_IF([$KRB5CONFIG --cflags gssapi 2>&1 | grep "Unknown option" > /dev/null], [
+		CFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags) $CFLAGS"
+		CPPFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags) $CPPFLAGS"
+		LIBGSSAPI="-lgss $($KRB5CONFIG --libs)"
+	    ], [ 
+		CFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags gssapi) $CFLAGS"
+		CPPFLAGS="$($KRB5CONFIG --cflags gssapi) $CPPFLAGS"
+		LIBGSSAPI="$($KRB5CONFIG --libs gssapi)"
+	    ])
 	])
     ])