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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.7.5, Package name: cups-1.7.5, 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

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

Required to run:
[sysutils/dbus] [graphics/tiff] [graphics/png] [print/libpaper] [devel/libusb1]

Package options: dbus, dnssd, kerberos, libusb

Master sites:

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   2014-10-09 16:07:17 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1163)
Log message:
Remove pkgviews: don't set PKG_INSTALLATION_TYPES in Makefiles.
   2014-09-07 22:48:51 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.7.5. Remove missing patch from distinfo.


	- Security: Addressed some more situations where symlinked files would
	  be served by the web interface (STR #4455)
	- The LPD backend did not work with some versions of glibc (STR #4452)
	- CGI scripts did not work (STR #4454)
	- The cupsd.conf man page did not list the ErrorPolicy directive
	  (STR #4457)
	- Updated the Brazilian Portuguese translation (STR #4456)
   2014-08-23 22:02:11 by Eric Schnoebelen | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
    drop a number of no longer supported configuration flags
    Add cups-files.conf to the list of CONF_FILES
    add cups-files.conf to example files installed
    remove a number of now meaningless configuration options.
   2014-08-22 23:54:39 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
Do not install banner files and testprint, to avoid conflict with
cups-filters, which installs them too.

   2014-07-29 13:38:40 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.7.4:


	- Security: The web interface incorrectly served symlinked files and
	  files that were not world-readable, potentially leading to a
	  disclosure of information (STR #4450)
	- The CUPS headers incorrectly needed libdispatch for blocks support
	  (STR #4397)
	- CUPS did not compile when Avahi or mDNSResponder was not present
	  (STR #4402, STR #4424)
	- The "snmp" option did not work with the network backends (STR #4422)
	- The User directive in client.conf did not override the USER
	  environment variable (STR #4426)
	- The web interface now properly shows a "Go" button for all text-based
	  browsers (STR #4425)
	- The MaxJobTime directive now properly supports time values (STR #4434)
	- The RPM spec file did not work due to the new Brazilian Portuguese
	  localization (STR #4436)
	- Fixed an "IPP read error" issue (STR #4440)
	- Fixed the --disable-libusb configure option (STR #4439)
	- Fixed the debug output from the DNS-SD backend when using Avahi
	  (STR #4444)
	- Fixed a bug in the CUPS_SC_GET_DEVICE_ID handling by the network
	  backends (STR #4447)
	- Added USB quirk rule for Lexmark E230 (STR #4448)
	- The LPD backend did not work with some versions of glibc (STR #4452)
   2014-06-09 11:27:10 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fix build on NetBSD-6. From Leonardo Taccari in PR 48882.
   2014-06-07 13:54:54 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Fixes for usb and dnssd options, from Robert Swindells.
   2014-06-07 09:34:05 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (22) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.7.3 based on patch by Leonardo Taccari on pkgsrc-users.
Additionally, remove patch-au since it is now superfluous.


	- Added Brazilian Portuguese translation (STR #4409)
	- Fixed mapping of OutputBin values such as "Tray1"
	- Several ippGet* functions incorrectly returned -1 instead of 0 on
	- The cupsGetResponse function did not work properly with
	  CUPS_HTTP_DEFAULT (<rdar://problem/16762593>)
	- The IPP backend did not abort a job when the printer did not validate
	  the supplied options (<rdar://problem/16836752>)
	- Fixed an authentication race condition in cupsSendRequest (STR #4403)
	- The scheduler did not add the "job-hold-until-specified" reason when
	  holding a job using the lp command (STR #4405)
	- The CUPS headers incorrectly needed libdispatch for blocks support
	  (STR #4397)
	- The configure script incorrectly added libgcrypt as a GNU TLS
	  dependency (STR #4399)
	- CUPS did not compile when Avahi or mDNSResponder was not present
	  (STR #4402)
	- cupsGetDestMediaCount did not work for CUPS_MEDIA_FLAGS DEFAULT
	  (STR #4414)
	- Auto-typing of PWG Raster files did not work (STR #4417)
	- IPP queues using hardcoded credentials would ask for credentials
	  (STR #4371)
	- Dates in non-UTF-8 locales did not display correctly (STR #4388)
	- The RPM spec file now looks for libusb-devel 1.0 or later.
	- Fixed the "create-printer-subscription.test" file for IPPTOOL
	  (STR #4420)


	- Security: The scheduler now blocks URLs containing embedded HTML
	  (STR #4356)
	- Documentation fixes (STR #3259, STR #4346, STR #4355)
	- Fixed the Japanese localization (STR #4385)
	- Added a German localization (STR #4363)
	- The cupsfilter command incorrectly read the cupsd.conf file; it now
	  reads the cups-files.conf file instead.
	- Fixed OS X builds with Xcode 5.x (<rdar://problem/15914959>)
	- Fixed SSL support on Windows (STR #4358)
	- Fixed documentation and naming of Create-Job/Printer-Subscriptions
	  operations (STR #4389)
	- Phone numbers in fax jobs were not properly filtered for IPP FaxOut
	- Fixed a memory leak in the label printer driver (STR #4393)
	- Updated Linux "relro" support (STR #4349)
	- cupsEnumDests did not set the "is_default" field (STR #4332)
	- cupsDoIORequest could miss the server status, causing failed lpadmin
	  and other administrative commands (STR #4386)
	- cupsEnumDests didn't always call the callback function (STR #4380)
	- "lp -i job-id -H hold" did not work (STR #4401)
	- CUPS didn't compile on older platforms (STR #4338)
	- Several libcups files did not have the Apple license exception
	  notice (STR #4361)
	- Fixed a D-BUS threading issue that caused the scheduler to crash
	  (STR #4347)
	- The scheduler now automatically reconnects to Avahi as needed
	  (STR #4370, STR #4373)
	- The scheduler did not handle GET requests for the log files properly
	  (STR #3265)
	- The dnssd backend did not always report all discovered printers using
	  Avahi (STR #4365)
	- The Zebra printer driver did not properly handle negative "label top"
	  values (STR #4354)
	- The scheduler did not always update the MakeModel value in
	  printers.conf after updating the driver (STR #4264)
	- The LPD mini daemon did not support print jobs larger than 2GB
	  (STR #4351)
	- Fixed a bug in the status reading code when sending a compressed data
	  stream to an IPP printer/server (<rdar://problem/16019623>)
	- The IPP backend might not include all job attributes in Validate-Job
	  operations (<rdar://problem/16025435>)
	- Fixed some clang-reported issues (<rdar://problem/15936066>)


	- Security: the lppasswd program incorrectly used settings from
	  ~/.cups/client.conf (STR #4319)
	- Auto debug logging was broken in 1.7.0 (<rdar://problem/15331639>)
	- Some gzip'd PPD files could not be used (<rdar://problem/15386424>)
	- Cleaned up some job logging in the scheduler
	- ATTR messages could cause string pool memory corruption in the
	  scheduler (<rdar://problem/15382819>)
	- The RPM spec file did not list the build requirements; this was on
	  purpose, but now we are listing the Red Hat package names
	  (<rdar://problem/15375760>, STR #4322)
	- Printing to a raw queue could result in corrupt output due to
	  opportunistic compression (<rdar://problem/15008524>)
	- The GNU TLS support code triggered many compiler warnings due to the
	  use of old GNU TLS compatibility type names
	- The "make check" test suite did not work on Linux without the
	  cups-filters package installed (<rdar://problem/14292998>)
	- Japanese PPDs using with the Shift-JIS encoding did not work
	- "tel:" URIs incorrectly had slashes (<rdar://problem/15418463>)
	- The libusb-based USB backend incorrectly used write timeouts
	- Shared printers could become inaccessible after a few days on OS X
	- The IPP backend did not wait for a busy printer to become available
	  before attempting to print (<rdar://problem/15465667>)
	- CUPS did not support "auto-monochrome" or \ 
"process-monochrome" for the
	  "print-color-mode" option (<rdar://problem/15482520>)
	- Using "@IF(name)" in an Allow or Deny rule did not work (STR #4328)
	- lpq and lpstat did not list jobs in the correct order when priorities
	  were specified (STR #4326)
	- The D-BUS notifier did not remove its lockfile (STR #4314)
	- CUPS incorrectly used the USER environment variable when the name did
	  not match the user ID (STR #4327)


	- Updated Japanese localization.
	- The lpadmin command did not send the PPD name from the "-m" option
	- Network backends now use the prtMarkerSuppliesClass property to
	  determine the direction of supply level values
	- The scheduler did not remove backup PPD files when a printer was
	  deleted (<rdar://problem/15065555>)
	- The scheduler incorrectly responded to HEAD requests when the web
	  interface was disabled (<rdar://problem/15090332>)
	- The scheduler did not respond using the hostname specified by the
	  client (<rdar://problem/14583574>)
	- Fax queues did not work when shared via Bonjour
	- Error messages from the scheduler were not localized using the
	  language specified in the client's IPP request
	- Added an Italian localization (<rdar://problem/14481578>)
	- Fixed a couple memory leaks in ippfind that were reported by Clang.
	- Fixed a compile issue on 64-bit Linux with Clang - need to use the
	  -pie option instead of -Wl,-pie now (<rdar://problem/14480938>)
	- The ippfind utility reported the wrong port numbers when compiled
	  against Avahi (<rdar://problem/14508324>)
	- httpGetFd, httpGetFile, httpPutFd, and httpPutFile did not
	  automatically reconnect if the server closed the connecion after the
	  previous response.
	- Fixed a compile error in libcups (<rdar://problem/14467141>)
	- The scheduler incorrectly did not pass a FINAL_CONTENT_TYPE
	  environment variable to the filters or backend
	- The cups-exec helper program could fail randomly on OS X due to
	  sandbox violations when closing excess file descriptors
	- The scheduler incorrectly did not use the kqueue interface on OS X.


	- Printer xxx-default values were not reported by Get-Printer-Attributes
	  or lpoptions (<rdar://problem/14401795>)
	- Fixed deprecation warnings for many functions on OS X so they are tied
	  to the deployment version when building (<rdar://problem/14210079>)
	- Fixed a build issue on ARM-based Linux systems - unable to validate
	  va_list arguments.
	- Added a new ippfind tool for finding IPP printers and other Bonjour
	  services (<rdar://problem/13876199>)
	- Fixed some issues with conversion of PWG media size names to
	  hundredths of millimeters (<rdar://problem/14065748>)
	- The IPP backend could crash on OS X when printing to a Kerberized
	  printer (<rdar://problem/14040186>)
	- The ipptool program now automatically extends timeouts when the
	  output buffer is filled (<rdar://problem/14016099>)
	- The ipptool program now supports the --help and --version options.
	- The ipptool program did not continue past include file errors by
	  default (<rdar://problem/13875803>)
	- The ipptool program now supports FILE-ID and TEST-ID directives and
	  includes their values in its XML output (<rdar://problem/13876038>)
	- The ipptool program now supports WITH-HOSTNAME, WITH-RESOURCE, and
	  WITH-SCHEME expect predicates to compare the corresponding URI
	  components (<rdar://problem/13876091>)


	- The configure script now supports a --with-rundir option to change
	  the transient run-time state directory from the default to other
	  locations like /run/cups (STR #4306)
	- The scheduler now supports PPD lookups for classes (STR #4296)
	- The cupsfilter program did not set the FINAL_CONTENT_TYPE
	  environment variable for filters.
	- Added a new "-x" option to the cancel command (STR #4103)
	- Made the PWG media handling APIs public (STR #4267)
	- Implemented ready media support for the cupsGetDestMediaXxx APIs
	  (STR #4289)
	- Added new cupsFindDestDefault, cupsFindDestReady, and
	  cupsFindDestSupported APIs (STR #4289)
	- Added new cupsGetDestMediaByIndex, cupsGetDestMediaCount, and
	  cupsGetDestMediaDefault APIs (STR #4289)
	- Added new ippGet/SetOctetString APIs for getting and setting an
	  octetString value (STR #4289)
	- Added new ippCreateRequestedArray API for generating a array of
	  attributes from the requested-attributes attribute.
	- The ipptool utility now supports compression, conditional tests based
	  on the presence of files, and new DEFINE predicates for STATUS.
	- Added new IPP APIs for checking values (STR #4167)
	- Added new IPP APis for adding and setting formatted strings.
	- Added new HTTP APIs to support basic server functionality via libcups.
	- The dnssd backend now generates a 1284 device ID as needed (STR #3702)
	- CUPS now supports compressing and decompressing streamed data
	  (STR #4168)
	- CUPS now supports higher-level PIN printing, external accounting
	  systems, and "print here" printing environments (STR #4169)
	- IRIX is no longer a supported operating system (STR #4092)
	- The PPD compiler now supports JCL options properly (STR #4115)
	- The web interface now checks whether the web browser has cookies
	  enabled and displays a suitable error message (STR #4141)


	- Removed some duplicate size definitions for some ISO sizes that were
	  causing problems (<rdar://problem/14722721>)
	- The IPP backend did not add the "last-document" attribute
	- Added a SyncOnClose directive to cups-files.conf to force cupsd to
	  call fsync before closing any configuration/state files it writes
	- Added USB quirk rule for Lexmark E238 (<rdar://problem/14493054>)
	- Closed server connections were still not always detected
	- The libusb-based USB backend now loads its list of quirks from files
	  in /usr/share/cups/usb instead of using a hardcoded table
	- The scheduler did not properly register ICC color profiles with
	  colord (<rdar://problem/14455625>)


	- The configure script now prefers Clang over GCC.
	- Fixed a compile problem on AIX (STR #4307)
	- The default IPP version did not always get set before creating a new
	  IPP request message (<rdar://problem/14401718>)
	- The lp, lpq, lpr, and lpstat now display an error message advising the
	  use of the /version=1.1 ServerName option (<rdar://problem/14290628>)
	- Added documentation about the /version=1.1 option to ServerName in
	  client.conf (<rdar://problem/14216262>)
	- httpStatus(HTTP_ERROR) did not return a useful error message
	- The lp, lpq, lpr, and lpstat commands incorrectly ignored the default
	  printer set in the lpoptions file (<rdar://problem/14216472>)
	- Fixed a URI encoding issue for hostnames containing the ` (backquote)
	  character (<rdar://problem/14243133>)
	- Added support for RFC 6874's IPv6 link local address format in URIs
	- The USB backend could crash on libusb-based systems if USB was
	  disabled in the BIOS (<rdar://problem/13875729>)
	- Fixed a rounding error in the PWG media size mapping code
	- Fixed several ipptool test files that used old STATUS names.
	- Kerberos credentials could get truncated when printing to a shared
	- Printing using "ipps" URIs was not encrypted.
	- Insecure ICC profiles prevented installation of user profiles for a
	  printer on OS X.
	- Added more USB quirks for the libusb-based backend (STR #4311,
	- The Russian web interface templates were broken (STR #4310)
	- The scheduler no longer tries to do Kerberos authentication over the
	  loopback interface.
	- The IPP backend could fail to pause a job for authentication
	  (STR #4298)
	- Fixed a regression on the handling of auth keys on OS X if the
	  cups-files.conf was not present or did not contain a SystemAuthKey
	- The scheduler incorrectly did a reverse lookup of the server address
	  when HostNameLookups was turned off (STR #4302)
	- The scheduler incorrectly computed the final content type value when
	  null filters were present.


	- Documentation fixes (STR #4229, STR #4239, STR #4234, STR #4248,
	  STR #4259)
	- Security: All file, directory, user, and group settings are now stored
	  in a separate cups-files.conf configuration file that cannot be set
	  through the CUPS web interface or APIs (STR #4223)
	- Added a Czech localization (STR #4201)
	- Added a French localization (STR #4247)
	- Added a Russian localization (STR #4228, STR #4285)
	- Updated the Catalan localization (STR #4202)
	- Local certificate authentication did not guard against an empty
	  certification file (STR #4293)
	- The scheduler did not reject device URIs with spaces.
	- Added USB quirk rule for Epson Stylus Photo 750 (STR #4286)
	- The IPP backend could crash if the printer disconnects early
	  (STR #4284)
	- cupsGetPPD did not work with statically-configured CUPS shared
	  queues (STR #4178)
	- The scheduler did not support long MIME media types (STR #4270)
	- The cupsfilter command did not set the CHARSET environment variable
	  for the text filters (STR #4273)
	- The lp command did not show errors for unknown "--foo" (STR #4261)
	- Bad IPP responses could crash ipptool (STR #4262)
	- Updated USB quirk rules for Canon and Xerox printers (STR #4217,
	  STR #4263)
	- Added USB blacklisting for printers that require a custom backend
	  (STR #4218)
	- The PPD compiler did not correctly JCL options (STR #4115, STR #4203)
	- The ipptool program now supports DEFINE-MATCH and DEFINE-NO-MATCH
	  predicates for STATUS directives.
	- Fixed a problem with local Kerberos authentication (STR #4140)
	- Coverity scan: fixed some minor issues (STR #4242)
	- The scheduler did not remove color profiles after deleting a printer
	  (STR #4232, STR #4276)
	- The CUPS library did not always detect a timed out connection to the
	  server which could cause temporary loss of printing from applications
	  (STR #4187)
	- The ipptool program now supports variable substitution in OPERATION
	  and DELAY directives (STR #4175)
	- The IPP backend now stops queues when the server configuration
	  prevents successful job submission (STR #4125)
	- The XML output of ipptool contained empty dictionaries (STR #4136)
	- The scheduler did not delete job control backup files (STR #4244)
	- cupsGetPPD3 could return a local PPD instead of the correct remote
	- The scheduler incorrectly advertised auth-info-required for local
	  queues needing local authentication (STR #4205)
	- CUPS 1.6 clients using the ServerName directive in client.conf did not
	  work with CUPS 1.3.x or older servers (STR #4231, STR #4291)
	- The SNMP backend now tries to work around broken printers that use a
	  newline to separate key/value pairs.
	- The IPP backend did not send a cancel request to printers when a job
	  was canceled and the printer did not support Create-Job.
	- Fixed EPM packaging files (STR #4199)
	- OpenBSD build fix (STR #4195, STR #4196, STR #4197)
	- The scheduler could crash when using Avahi (STR #4183, STR #4192,
	  STR #4200, STR #4213)
	- The IPP backend could get stuck in an endless loop on certain network
	  errors (STR #4194)
	- 32-bit builds failed on Debian (STR #4133)
	- The scheduler no longer accepts or sends job description attributes.
	- The IPP backend now works around some conformance issues for broken
	  printers (STR #4190)
	- cupsBackendReport() now filters out all control characters from the
	  reported 1284 device IDs (STR #4124)
	- The scheduler no longer allows job-name values that are not valid
	  network Unicode strings (STR #4072)
	- The web interface did not preserve the order of classes, jobs, or
	  printers (STR #4170)
	- The network backends now support disabling of SNMP supply level
	  queries via the "snmp" URI option (STR #4106)
	- The IPP backend did not specify the compression used (STR #4181)
	- ipptool did not support octetString values.
	- The scheduler did not recognize dnssd: or ipps: URIs as Bonjour shared
	  queues (STR #4158)
	- Applications could not get the PPD file for statically-configured
	  Bonjour-shared print queues (STR #4159)
	- The cupsd.conf file included obsolete browsing directives (STR #4157)
	- Fixed a USB backend compatibility issue on systems using libusb
	  (STR #4155, STR #4191)
	- Some Bonjour features were not available on systems with Avahi
	  (STR #4156)
	- CUPS now includes the port number in the Host: header for HTTP
	- Fixed REPEAT-MATCH for STATUS and EXPECT - was incorrectly erroring


	- Documentation fix (STR #4149)
	- RPM packaging fixes (STR #4129, #4145)
	- The Japanese and English web interface headers were swapped
	  (STR #4148)


	- Document changes (STR #4131)
	- Added new Catalan (STR #4107) and Spanish (STR #4137) localizations.


	- Added a new Japanese localization (STR #4122)
	- The SNMP backend no longer exits if it is unable to obtain an IPv6
	  socket (STR #4109)
	- The LPD backend incorrectly used "localhost" in the control file
	  instead of the current hostname.


	- Documentation updates (STR #3927, STR #3980, STR #4010, STR #4068)
	- The scheduler now consolidates all PPD updates from filters at the
	  end of the job (STR #4075)
	- CUPS now supports color management using colord (STR #3808)
	- CUPS now supports Bonjour using Avahi (STR #3066)
	- The PreserveJobFiles and PreserveJobHistory directives now support
	  specification of a time interval (STR #3143)
	- PPD files can now be archived in (gzip'd) tar files to further reduce
	  the disk space used by PPD files (STR #3772)
	- The network backends now deal with printers that report their levels
	  in percent but do not specify a maximum capacity of 100 (STR #3551)
	- The network backends now report full/almost-full waste bins in
	  printers along with end-of-life for cleaning pads (STR #4017)
	- Added a configure option to set the permissions of the installed
	  cupsd (STR #3459)
	- Added a new WITH-ALL-VALUES directive to ipptool EXPECT predicates
	  (STR #3949)
	- CUPS now supports a User directive in client.conf and the CUPS_USER
	  environment variable for overriding the default username (STR #3114)
	- Now set the PJL USERNAME variable as needed (STR #3100)
	- Added support for usernames and passwords longer than 32 characters
	  (STR #2856)
	- Added a new MaxHoldTime directive to automatically cancel jobs that
	  have been held indefinitely after a specific number of seconds
	  (STR #2291)
	- The LPD backend now uses the originating host name when it is not the
	  local system (STR #2053)
	- CUPS now prefers the suffix "dpcm" when reporting resolution in dots-
	  per-centimeter (STR #4006)
	- The configure script and build system no longer support building of
	  separate 32-bit and 64-bit libraries.
	- The "brightness", "columns", "fitplot", \ 
"gamma", "hue",
	  "natural-scaling", "penwidth", "position", \ 
"ppi", "saturation", and
	  "scaling" options are not longer supported (STR #4010)
	- The "page-bottom", "page-left", "page-right", \ 
	  "prettyprint", and "wrap" options have been deprecated \ 
(STR #4010)
	- The scheduler now reports the standard "number-of-documents" attribute
	  instead of the CUPS-specific "document-count" attribute in
	  job objects.
	- Added new destination connection and enumeration functions (STR #3924)
	- Added new option, localization, and job submission functions that do
	  not depend on PPD files (STR #3925)
	- Added a new MaxJobTime directive for cupsd that specifies the maximum
	  amount of time allowed for a job to complete before it is canceled.
	- The default password callback now supports passwords up to 127
	- The scheduler now supports a DefaultAuthType of "auto" to
	  automatically choose between Basic (username/password) and Negotiate
	  (Kerberos) authentication.
	- cupsSideChannelSNMPGet/Walk now support OIDs and values up to 64k in
	- CUPS no longer supports automatic remote printers or implicit classes
	  via the CUPS, LDAP, or SLP protocols (STR #3922, STR #3923)
	- The PPD APIs are now deprecated and will be removed in a future
	  version of CUPS (STR #3927)
	- The default IPP version for requests is now 2.0 (STR #3929)
	- The IPP APIs no longer expose the ipp_t or ipp_attribute_t structures
	  and instead provide accessor functions (STR #3928)
	- The scheduler will no longer run programs with group write permission.
	- The PHP module has been removed (STR #3932)
	- The bannertops, commandtoescpx, commandtopclx, imagetops,
	  imagetoraster, pdftops, rastertoescpx, rastertopclx, and texttops
	  filters have been removed (STR #3930)
	- The serial and parallel backends have been removed (STR 3935)