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Changelog libapreq2 (2.13-7~deb10u1build0.18.04.1)


libapreq2 (2.13-7~deb10u1build0.18.04.1) bionic-security; urgency=medium

   * fake sync from Debian


libapreq2 (2.13-7~deb10u1) buster-security; urgency=high

   * Non-maintainer upload by the Security Team.
   * Rebuild for buster-security

libapreq2 (2.13-7) unstable; urgency=high

   * Source-only upload.

libapreq2 (2.13-6) unstable; urgency=high

   * 05-nested-multipart-null-dereference.patch: New patch by
     Max Kellermann, fixes a NULL pointer dereference bug with nested
     multipart form submission. (Closes: #939937)


libapreq2 (2.13-5) unstable; urgency=medium

   * Make the binary-indep target actually build the -doc package, instead
     of doing it as part of binary-arch as before. (Closes: #805946)


libapreq2 (2.13-4) unstable; urgency=medium

   * Use $Config{vendorarch} instead of hard-coding /usr/lib/perl5
     in the .install file. (Closes: #754996)
     * Upgrade to debhelper compat v9. Bump versioned Build-Depends.
     * Make libapache2-request-perl.install into an executable Perl script,
       and make it output the right path runtime.
   * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.5 (no changes needed).


libapreq2 (2.13-3) unstable; urgency=high

   * urgency=high, fixes an RC bug.
   * Convert libapreq2-3 to multiarch; fixes an FTBFS as libtool
     would sometimes want to relink under make install, and only
     looked in the multiarch directory when it did. (Closes: #729648)
     * 04-pass-libdir-to-configure.patch: New patch, pass --libdir from
       Makefile.PL to configure.
     * In debian/rules, give the correct multiarch --libdir to Makefile.PL.
     * Adjust the paths in libapreq2-3.install and libapreq2-dev.install
       so that they are correct for multiarch.
   * Delete unused patch 04-foo.

libapreq2 (2.13-2.1) unstable; urgency=high

   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * Version libapreq2-3's Conflicts/Replaces on libapreq2 as << 2.13-2~
     (closes: #717026).

libapreq2 (2.13-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Build against Apache 2.4. (Closes: #666802)
     * Build-depend on apache2-dev instead of apache2-prefork-dev.
     * Depend on apache2-api-20120211 instead of apache2.2-common.
     * Use dh_apache2 for handling of maintainer scripts and .load files
       instead of calling a2dismod ourselves.
       * Add a build-dependency on the virtual package dh_apache2.
   * Fix some Lintian issues.
     * Rename apreq.load to apreq2.load.
     * Create a dummy build-indep target.
     * Switch to build flags from dpkg-buildflags (many smaller hacks needed
       to make them propagate correctly throughout the build system),
       to get the hardening flags right.
       * Add versioned dependency on dpkg-dev to get the file.
     * Rename libapreq2 to libapreq2-3.
       * Add appropriate Conflicts/Replaces on the old libapreq2 package
         for a smooth transition.
       * Update internal dependencies.
     * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.4.
     * Build with no rpath, by hacking libtool after configure.
       For some reason, seemingly this was not reported properly by Lintian
   * Call dh_autotools-dev* at the right points to get updated config.sub
     and config.guess.
     * Build-depend on autotools-dev.
   * Make the shlibs file contain a versioned dependency. (Closes: #697683)


libapreq2 (2.13-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream release.
     * Properly links in libapr-1 when building binaries.
       (Closes: #615739)
   * Don't install .la files (remove from libapreq2-dev.install and
     libapache2-mod-apreq2.install); the one we installed was broken,
     and they're generally discouraged anyway.
     (Not reported in Debian, but LP: #651396, and fixes a Lintian error.)
   * Update to Standards-Version 3.9.1 (no changes needed).


libapreq2 (2.12-2) unstable; urgency=medium

   * 03-link-in-apr-shared-objects.patch: New patch, fixes so APR shared
     objects are properly linked into the Perl modules. This makes it possible
     to load the modules (although still not instantiate Apache2::Request
     objects) from scripts that are not run under mod_perl.
     Fix from Damyan Ivanov. (Closes: #573062)

libapreq2 (2.12-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream release.
   * Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format.
     * Split the Debian diff into two separate patches, and remove spurious
       junk that shouldn't have been there.
     * In clean, remove some stray files distclean forgets.
   * Update debhelper compatibility level to 7.
     * Update debhelper build-dependency version.
     * Use dh_prep instead of dh_clean -k.
   * Update Standards-Version to 3.8.4.
     * Change from ${Source-Version} to ${binary:Version} in inter-package
     * In debian/copyright, refer to the Apache 2.0 license file from
       common-licenses instead of having the entire license text in the file.
       Also include the actual copyright in the file.
   * Put all binary packages in their correct respective sections.
   * Add ${misc:Depends} to all binary packages, and remove ${shlibs:Depends}
     from the -dev and -doc packages (which don't have any shared libraries).
   * Run dh_shlibdeps on all packages, using the -a flag.
   * Don't ignore errors on distclean; check for Makefile instead.
   * Don't use full path to a2dismod in libapache2-mod-apreq2.postrm.
   * Run libapache2-mod-apreq2.postrm script under sh -e, so errors are not
   * Install the man pages that used to conflict with libapache-request-perl,
     which is now not in the stable release anymore.
   * Don't set PREFIX= at make install time; only set prefix=.
     Seemingly, PREFIX= has no real effect at that point.


libapreq2 (2.08-5.1) unstable; urgency=low

   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * debian/rules: change dh_* order so that dh_installdeb is not invoked
     too early and avoid including ldconfig in postinst (Closes: #553124)


libapreq2 (2.08-5) unstable; urgency=low

   * Update config.{sub,guess} with latest versions from autotools-dev; fixes
     FTBFS on GNU/kFreeBSD. (Closes: #401751)


libapreq2 (2.08-4) unstable; urgency=medium

   * Fix typo; libapreq2 recommended libapreq2-mod-apreq2, which is obviously
     wrong. Change to libapache2-mod-apreq2.

libapreq2 (2.08-3) unstable; urgency=high

   * urgency=high to get the package into testing in time for the
     Apache 2.2 transition.
   * Update dependency from libapreq2-dev on libapr0-dev to libapr1-dev; fixes
     uninstallability. (Closes: #394614)

libapreq2 (2.08-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Rebuild against Apache 2.2.
     * Build-depend on libapache2-mod-perl2 (>= 2.0.2-2.1), to make sure we
       get an Apache 2.2-capable mod_perl.
     * Depend on apache2.2-common instead of apache2-common.
     * Build-depend on libapr1-dev instead of libapr0-dev.

libapreq2 (2.08-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream release.

libapreq2 (2.07-1) unstable; urgency=medium

   * New upstream version.
     * [CVE-2006-0042] Fixes a possible remote DoS due to quadratic behaviour
       in apreq_parse_{headers,urlencoded}.
   * Removed INSTALLDIRS=vendor from Makefile.PL, it seems to choke on it
     now (and we've still got it in make install).
   * Include debhelper token in libapache2-mod-apreq2.postrm.


libapreq2 (2.06-dev-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Hardcode $prefix in to /usr, so apreq2-config gives out
     more sensible values. (Closes: #323108)

libapreq2 (2.06-dev-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream version.
   * Remove the spurious “2” file in the diff.

libapreq2 (2.05-dev-6) unstable; urgency=low

   * Add a dependency from libapache2-request-perl to libapache2-mod-apreq2.
     (Closes: #319614)
   * Fix the short description of libapache2-mod-apreq2 to say that it's
     actually an Apache module.

libapreq2 (2.05-dev-5) unstable; urgency=low

   * Make libapreq2-dev depend on libapr0-dev. (Closes: #317301)
   * Disable module on uninstall, if it is enabled. (Closes: #301685)
   * Split out libapache2-mod-apreq2 into a separate package.
     (Closes: #315971)
   * Add a Replaces: on libapache2-mod-apreq2 to all the packages that
     were split out in 2.05-dev-3, to be able to do upgrades correctly.
   * Update Standards-Version to 3.6.2 (no changes needed).
   * Drop the shlibs file, and generate it using dh_makeshlibs and
     dh_shlibdeps instead.

libapreq2 (2.05-dev-4) unstable; urgency=low

   * Change ${Version} (which is a syntax error) in debian/control to
     ${Source-Version}, which makes the Depends: lines be generated again.
     (Closes: #314859)

libapreq2 (2.05-dev-3) unstable; urgency=low

   * Changed source package name, since we aren't a Perl-only package.
   * Split the binary package into separate parts, separating the Perl glue
     from the rest and the binary into its own part. Note that this is
     somewhat experimental yet. :-) (Closes: #311622)
   * Bumped the versioned dependency on the libapache2-mod-perl2 (see
     last upload).
   * Removed redundant dh_* commands from debian/rules.

libapreq2-perl (2.05-dev-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Bump versioned Build-Dependency on libapache2-mod-perl2, as we had
     an ABI change in 2.05-dev. (Closes: #311623)

libapreq2-perl (2.05-dev-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream version, works properly with newer mod_perl2.
     (Closes: #309894)
     * Removed old "realclean" hack from build system.
     * Updated module name in .load file from to

libapreq2-perl (2.04-dev-1) unstable; urgency=medium

   * New upstream version. (Closes: #293099)
   * Build-Depend on libapache2-request-perl2-dev, as the new upstream version
     now needs some header files from it.
   * Don't give lots of unneeded README files to dh_installdocs, they aren't
     installed anyhow.
   * Include HTML documentation in package. (Closes: #286810)
   * Fix capitalization in package description.
   * Updated debian/copyright:
     * Update license from LICENSE file (upstream has moved to Apache 2.0
     * Add reference to myself.
     * Add upstream URL.


libapreq2-perl (2.03-dev-3) unstable; urgency=high

   * Built against non-LFS libapr0 again, as per the request of the Apache
     maintainers. Consequently removed the LFS defines from CFLAGS as well.
   * Removed dep on apache2-dev -- a versioned dependency on it is useless

libapreq2-perl (2.03-dev-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Fix even more LFS problems, which were a lot more visible ("segfault
     immediately") on big-endian architectures than on little-endian
     architectures; patch from Adam Conrad.
   * Remove a few temporary files from the source distribution (reducing the
     diff by ~10kB).

libapreq2-perl (2.03-dev-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * New upstream release.
   * Now has versioned Depends for libapache2-mod-perl2, not just Build-Depends
     like 2.02-dev-6 has.
   * Build with "-D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64". Should hopefully
     finally fix the LFS problems.

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-6) unstable; urgency=medium

   * New Depends for libapache2-mod-perl2 as well. (Really Closes: #266190)

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-5) unstable; urgency=medium

   * Build against new libapr0 ABI (new Depends:). (Closes: #266190)

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-4) unstable; urgency=low

   * Removed unneeded build dependency on apache2; the configure script
     now automatically assumes a correct Apache version will be installed
     on the target system. The dependency on apache2-common is now versioned
     to provide the same check at install-time. (Closes: #245490)

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-3) unstable; urgency=medium

   * Don't include Apache::Cookie and Apache::Request manpages, so the package
     can be installed at the same time as libapache-request-perl.
     (Closes: #237211)
   * Add debian/compat file, so we use debhelper v4 compatibility instead of
     debhelper v1 compatibility. Updates debian/rules accordingly, and removed
     debian/conffiles, as it's no longer needed.

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-2) unstable; urgency=low

   * Cleanups in debian/rules.
   * Added binary-arch and binary-indep targets, as per policy.
   * Actually _install_ to /usr/lib. (Closes: #234985)

libapreq2-perl (2.02-dev-1) experimental; urgency=low

   * Initial packaging for Debian.