Fedora 22: perl-DBD-Firebird Security Update

    Date21 Apr 2015
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    DBD::Firebird 1.19 [2015-03-22] * Fix $VERSION in Firebird.pm * Fix typo in ISC_PASSWORD spelling * Positive logic and early return
    Fedora Update Notification
    2015-04-04 15:17:23
    Name        : perl-DBD-Firebird
    Product     : Fedora 22
    Version     : 1.19
    Release     : 1.fc22
    URL         : http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBD-Firebird/
    Summary     : A Firebird interface for perl
    Description :
    DBD::Firebird is a Perl module that works with the DBI module to provide
    access to Firebird databases.
    Update Information:
    DBD::Firebird 1.19 [2015-03-22]
      * Fix $VERSION in Firebird.pm
      * Fix typo in ISC_PASSWORD spelling
      * Positive logic and early return
      * Allow re-executing/fetch on prepared sth [RT#92810, Tux]
      * Add rests for $dbh->{Name} and others
      * Implement $dbh->{Name}
      * Fix attributions to Mike Pomraning
      * use strict and warnings in all modules
      * add a test for inserting/fetching float and double numbers as an attempt to reproduce RT#101650
      * fix File::Which configure prerequisite declaration [RT#101672, dmn]
      * 03-dbh-attr.t: plan tests after creating the TestFirebird object
      * Buffer Overflow in dbdimp.c
      * use snprintf instead of sprintf everywhere
      [ 1 ] Bug #1207216 - perl-DBD-Firebird: buffer overflow in error messages handling in IB_SQLtimeformat()
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