Fedora 31: firefox FEDORA-2020-65b80edd9b

    Date 21 Feb 2020
    603
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    - New upstream release (73.0.1)
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2020-65b80edd9b
    2020-02-22 01:33:16.481785
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    Name        : firefox
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 73.0.1
    Release     : 1.fc31
    URL         : https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/
    Summary     : Mozilla Firefox Web browser
    Description :
    Mozilla Firefox is an open-source web browser, designed for standards
    compliance, performance and portability.
    
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    Update Information:
    
    - New upstream release (73.0.1)
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    ChangeLog:
    
    * Thu Feb 20 2020 Martin Stransky  - 73.0.1-1
    - Update to 73.0.1
    * Tue Feb 11 2020 Jan Horak  - 73.0-1
    - Update to 73.0 build3
    * Tue Feb  4 2020 Kalev Lember  - 72.0.2-3
    - Fix various issues with appdata, making the validation pass again
    - Validate appdata during the build
    - Make sure the release tag in appdata is in sync with the package version
    * Tue Jan 28 2020 Fedora Release Engineering  - 72.0.2-2
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_32_Mass_Rebuild
    * Mon Jan 20 2020 Jan Horak  - 72.0.2-1
    - Update to 72.0.2 build1
    * Wed Jan 15 2020 Jan Horak  - 72.0.1-2
    - Added fix for wrong cursor offset of popup windows and bumped required nss
      version
    * Wed Jan  8 2020 Jan Horak  - 72.0.1-1
    - Update to 72.0.1 build1
    * Mon Jan  6 2020 Jan Horak  - 72.0-2
    - Update to 72.0 build4
    * Fri Jan  3 2020 Jan Horak  - 72.0-1
    - Update to 72.0 build3
    * Wed Dec 18 2019 Jan Horak  - 71.0-17
    - Fix for wrong intl.accept_lang when using non en-us langpack
    * Mon Dec  9 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-16
    - Build with asan
    * Mon Dec  9 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-15
    - Enabled Mozilla crash reporter
    - Enabled PGO builds
    * Mon Dec  9 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-14
    - Updated workaround for mzbz#1601707
    * Sat Dec  7 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-13
    - Built with -fno-lifetime-dse
    * Fri Dec  6 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-12
    - Clang test build, should fix extension breakage
    * Fri Dec  6 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-11
    - Added workaround for:
      https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1601707
      https://gcc.gnu.org/PR92831
    * Fri Dec  6 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-10
    - Remove appdata and ship metainfo only
    * Wed Dec  4 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-9
    - Included kiosk mode workaround (mozbz#1594738)
    * Tue Dec  3 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-8
    - Disabled PGO due to startup crash
    * Mon Dec  2 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-7
    - Updated to 71.0 Build 5
    - Updated Gnome search provider
    * Wed Nov 27 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-6
    - Enable Gnome search provider
    * Wed Nov 27 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-5
    - Added fix for mozbz#1593408
    - Temporary disable Gnome search provider
    * Tue Nov 26 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-2
    - Enable Gnome search provider
    * Tue Nov 26 2019 Martin Stransky  - 71.0-1
    - Updated to 71.0 Build 2
    * Tue Nov 19 2019 Jan Horak  - 70.0.1-5
    - Added fixes for missing popup and overflow widget glitches
    * Mon Nov  4 2019 Jan Horak  - 70.0.1-4
    - Added fix for non-scrollable popups
    * Fri Nov  1 2019 Martin Stransky  - 70.0.1-1
    - Updated to 70.0.1
    - Built with system-nss (reverted 70.0-2 change).
    * Thu Oct 31 2019 Martin Stransky  - 70.0-2
    - Switched to in-tree nss due to rhbz#1752303
    * Tue Oct 15 2019 Martin Stransky  - 70.0-1
    - Updated to 70.0
    * Mon Oct 14 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.3-2
    - Build firefox-wayland again (rhbz#1761578).
    * Thu Oct 10 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.3-1
    - Updated to 69.0.3
    * Wed Oct  9 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-3
    - Obsolete firefox-wayland when we're on wayland by default.
    * Thu Oct  3 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-2
    - Added fix for mozilla#1587008 - flickering during GL resize.
    * Thu Oct  3 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-1
    - Updated to 69.0.2
    * Mon Sep 30 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.1-5
    - Updated rhbz#1754460/mzbz#1583466 - per user policy dir.
    * Tue Sep 24 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.1-4
    - Added fix for rhbz#1754460
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    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1804182 - Firefox 73.0.1 available
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1804182
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