Fedora 31: libasr FEDORA-2020-a861033a4d

    Date 08 Feb 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    libasr-1.0.4, opensmtpd-6.6.2p1 update
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-02-09 01:31:24.825632
    Name        : libasr
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 1.0.4
    Release     : 1.fc31
    URL         : https://github.com/OpenSMTPD/libasr
    Summary     : Free, simple and portable asynchronous resolver library
    Description :
    Libasr allows to run DNS queries and perform hostname resolutions in a fully
    asynchronous fashion. The implementation is thread-less, fork-less, and does not
    make use of signals or other "tricks" that might get in the developer's way.
    The API was initially developed for the OpenBSD operating system, where it is
    natively supported.
    This library is intended to bring this interface to other systems. It is
    originally provided as a support library for the portable version of the
    OpenSMTPD daemon, but it can be used in any other contexts.
    Update Information:
    libasr-1.0.4, opensmtpd-6.6.2p1 update
    * Thu Jan 30 2020 Denis Fateyev  - 1.0.4-1
    - Update to 1.0.4 release
    * Wed Jan 29 2020 Fedora Release Engineering  - 1.0.2-12
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_32_Mass_Rebuild
    * Wed Aug 28 2019 Denis Fateyev  - 1.0.2-11
    - Spec cleanup from deprecated items
      [ 1 ] Bug #1765905 - libasr-1.0.4 is available
      [ 2 ] Bug #1778424 - OpenSMTPD Does not deliver offline messages
      [ 3 ] Bug #1742449 - opensmtpd-6.6.2p1 is available
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