./print/cups, Common UNIX Printing System

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.2.10, Package name: cups-2.2.10, Maintainer: sbd

The Common UNIX Printing System provides a portable printing layer for
UNIX operating systems. It has been developed by Easy Software Products
to promote a standard printing solution for all UNIX vendors and users.
CUPS provides the System V and Berkeley command-line interfaces.

CUPS uses the Internet Printing Protocol (IETF-IPP) as the basis for
managing print jobs and queues. The Line Printer Daemon (LPD, RFC1179)
and AppSocket protocols are also supported with reduced functionality.

CUPS adds network printer browsing and PostScript Printer Description
("PPD")-based printing options to support real world applications under

This is a meta-package for installing CUPS and the necessary backends,
filters, and other software that is required for using printer drivers
from CUPS 1.6.0 on.

MESSAGE.libusb [+/-]
MESSAGE.nokerberos [+/-]
MESSAGE.pam [+/-]

Required to run:
[print/cups-filters] [print/cups-base]

Required to build:

Master sites:

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   2018-12-10 08:54:49 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
cups{,-base}: Update print/cups{,-base} to 2.2.10

- CVE-2018-4700: Linux session cookies used a predictable random number seed.
- The `lpoptions` command now works with IPP Everywhere printers that have not
  yet been added as local queues (Issue #5045)
- Added USB quirk rules (Issue #5395, Issue #5443)
- The generated PPD files for IPP Everywhere printers did not contain the
  cupsManualCopies keyword (Issue #5433)
- Kerberos credentials might be truncated (Issue #5435)
- The handling of `MaxJobTime 0` did not match the documentation (Issue #5438)
- Incorporated the page accounting changes from CUPS 2.3 (Issue #5439)
- Fixed a bug adding a queue with the `-E` option (Issue #5440)
- Fixed a crash bug when mapping PPD duplex options to IPP attributes
   2018-11-14 23:22:54 by Klaus Klein | Files touched by this commit (1332) | Package updated
Log message:
Revbump after cairo 1.16.0 update.
   2018-11-12 04:53:16 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (1532)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from hardbuzz-2.1.1
   2018-11-10 20:51:13 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (8) | Package updated
Log message:
cups{,-base}: Update print/cups{,-base} to 2.2.9

pkgsrc changes:
- Remove patches/patch-cups_ipp.c, no more needed (applied)
- Remove patches/patch-ppdc_Makefile, libcupsppdc.la is no more installed
  (also libcupscgi.la, libcupsmime.la are no longer installed, unfortunately no
  rationale seems present in the changelog about that)

- Localization changes (Issue #5348, Issue #5362, Issue #5408)
- Documentation updates (Issue #5369)
- The lpadmin command would create a non-working printer in some error cases
  (Issue #5305)
- The scheduler would crash if an empty `AccessLog` directive was specified
  (Issue #5309)
- Fixed a regression in the changes to ippValidateAttribute (Issue #5322,
  Issue #5330)
- Fixed a crash bug in the Epson dot matrix driver (Issue #5323)
- Automatic debug logging of job errors did not work with systemd (Issue #5337)
- The web interface did not list the IPP Everywhere "driver" (Issue #5338)
- The IPP Everywhere "driver" now properly supports face-up printers
  (Issue #5345)
- Fixed some typos in the label printer drivers (Issue #5350)
- Multi-file jobs could get stuck if the backend failed (Issue #5359,
  Issue #5413)
- The IPP Everywhere "driver" no longer does local filtering when \ 
printing to
  a shared CUPS printer (Issue #5361)
- The lpadmin command now correctly reports IPP errors when configuring an
  IPP Everywhere printer (Issue #5370)
- Fixed some memory leaks discovered by Coverity (Issue #5375)
- The PPD compiler incorrectly terminated JCL options (Issue #5379)
- The cupstestppd utility did not generate errors for missing/mismatched
  CloseUI/JCLCloseUI keywords (Issue #5381)
- The scheduler now reports the actual location of the log file (Issue #5398)
- Added a USB quirk rule (Issue #5420)
- The scheduler was being backgrounded on macOS, causing applications to spin
- The scheduler did not validate that required initial request attributes were
  in the operation group (rdar://41098178)
- Authentication in the web interface did not work on macOS (rdar://41444473)
- Fixed an issue with HTTP Digest authentication (rdar://41709086)
- The scheduler could crash when job history was purged (rdar://42198057)
- Dropped non-working RSS subscriptions UI from web interface templates.
- Fixed a memory leak for some IPP (extension) syntaxes.
   2018-06-11 12:04:25 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
cups: updated to 2.2.8

CUPS 2.2.8 is a bug fix release that addresses issues in the scheduler, ipptool \ 
utility, CUPS library, and USB printer support. A detailed list of changes can \ 
be found in the change log included in the download.
   2018-04-18 00:29:53 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (286)
Log message:
Add p11-kit to gnutls/bl3.mk and bump dependencies.
   2018-04-16 16:35:28 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1284)
Log message:
Recursive bump for new fribidi dependency in pango.
   2018-04-05 18:31:46 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
cups{,-base}: Update print/cups{,-base} to 2.2.7

pkgsrc changes:
- Get rid of extra `/' in patches/patch-config-scripts_cups-opsys.m4
  (NFCI, pointed out by mkpatches).
- Add to patches/patch-scheduler_auth.c a backport of issue #5283 to fix build
  without PAM. This will be not needed in cups-2.2.8.

CUPS v2.2.7
- NOTICE: Raw print queues are now deprecated (Issue #5269)
- Fixed an Avahi crash bug in the scheduler (Issue #5268)
- The IPP Everywhere PPD generator did not include the `cupsJobPassword`
  keyword, when supported (Issue #5265)
- Systemd did not restart cupsd when configuration changes were made that
  required a restart (Issue #5263)
- The Lexmark Optra E310 printer needs the "no-reattach" USB quirk rule
  (Issue #5259)
- The scheduler could crash while adding an IPP Everywhere printer (Issue #5258)
- Label printers supported by the rastertolabel driver don't support SNMP, so
  don't delay printing to test it (Issue #5256)
- Fixed a compile issue when PAM is not available (Issue #5253)
- Documentation fixes (Issue #5252)
- Star Micronics printers need the "unidir" USB quirk rule (Issue #5251)
- The scheduler now supports using temporary print queues for older IPP/1.1
  print queues like those shared by CUPS 1.3 and earlier (Issue #5241)
- Fixed printing to some IPP Everywhere printers (Issue #5238)
- Kerberized printing to another CUPS server did not work correctly
  (Issue #5233)
- The `cupsRasterWritePixels` function did not correctly swap bytes for some
  formats (Issue #5225)
- Added a USB quirk rule for Canon MP280 series printers (Issue #5221)
- The `ppdInstallableConflict` tested too many constraints (Issue #5213)
- More fixes for printing to old CUPS servers (Issue #5211)
- The `cupsCopyDest` function now correctly copies the `is_default` value
  (Issue #5208)
- The scheduler did not work with older versions of uClibc (Issue #5188)
- The scheduler now substitutes default values for invalid job attributes when
  running in "relaxed conformance" mode (Issue #5186)
- Fixed PAM module detection and added support for the common PAM definitions
  (Issue #5185)
- Fixed a journald support bug in the scheduler (Issue #5181)
- The cups-driverd program incorrectly stopped scanning PPDs as soon as a loop
  was seen (Issue #5170)
- Fixed group validation on OpenBSD (Issue #5166)
- Fixed the `ippserver` sample code when threading is disabled or unavailable
  (Issue #5154)
- The `cupsEnumDests` function did not include options from the lpoptions files
  (Issue #5144)
- The `SSLOptions` directive now supports `MinTLS` and `MaxTLS` options to
  control the minimum and maximum TLS versions that will be allowed,
  respectively (Issue #5119)
- The scheduler did not write out dirty configuration and state files if there
  were open client connections (Issue #5118)
- The `lpadmin` command now provides a better error message when an unsupported
  System V interface script is used (Issue #5111)
- The `lp` and `lpr` commands now provide better error messages when the default
  printer cannot be found (Issue #5096)
- No longer support backslash, question mark, or quotes in printer names
  (Issue #4966)
- The CUPS library now supports the latest HTTP Digest authentication
  specification including support for SHA-256 (Issue #4862)
- The `lpstat` command now reports when new jobs are being held (Issue #4761)
- The `lpoptions` command incorrectly saved default options (Issue #4717)
- The `ppdLocalizeIPPReason` function incorrectly returned a localized version
  of "none" (rdar://36566269)
- TLS connections now properly timeout (rdar://34938533)
- The IPP backend did not properly detect failed PDF prints (rdar://34055474)
- Temporary files are now placed in the correct directory for sandboxed
  applications on macOS (rdar://problem/37789645)