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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 4.2.0, Package name: py37-supervisor-4.2.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Supervisor is a client/server system that allows its users to control
a number of processes on UNIX-like operating systems.


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[pkgtools/cwrappers]

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   2020-05-27 16:56:16 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-supervisor: updated to 4.2.0

4.2.0:

- When ``supervisord`` is run in the foreground, a new ``--silent`` option
  suppresses the main log from being echoed to ``stdout`` as it normally
  would.

- Parsing ``command=`` now supports a new expansion, ``%(numprocs)d``, that
  expands to the value of ``numprocs=`` in the same section.

- Web UI buttons no longer use background images.

- The Web UI now has a link to view ``tail -f stderr`` for a process in
  addition to the existing ``tail -f stdout`` link.  Based on a
  patch by OuroborosCoding.

- The HTTP server will now send an ``X-Accel-Buffering: no`` header in
  logtail responses to fix Nginx proxy buffering.

- When ``supervisord`` reaps an unknown PID, it will now log a description
  of the ``waitpid`` status.

- Fixed a bug introduced in 4.0.3 where ``supervisorctl tail -f foo | grep bar``
  would fail with the error ``NoneType object has no attribute 'lower'``.  This
  only occurred on Python 2.7 and only when piped.
   2020-03-02 21:33:30 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
py-supervisor: updated to 4.1.0

4.1.0:
- Fixed a bug on Python 3 only where logging to syslog did not work and
  would log the exception ``TypeError: a bytes-like object is required, not 'str'``
  to the main ``supervisord`` log file.

- Fixed a Python 3.8 compatibility issue caused by the removal of
  ``cgi.escape()``.

- The ``meld3`` package is no longer a dependency.  A version of ``meld3``
  is now included within the ``supervisor`` package itself.

4.0.4:
- Fixed a bug where ``supervisorctl tail <name> stdout`` would actually tail
  ``stderr``.  Note that ``tail <name>`` without the explicit ``stdout``
  correctly tailed ``stdout``.  The bug existed since 3.0a3 (released in
  2007).

- Improved the warning message added in 4.0.3 so it is now emitted for
  both ``tail`` and ``tail -f``.

- CVE-2019-12105.  Documentation addition only, no code changes.  This CVE
  states that ``inet_http_server`` does not use authentication by default
  (`details <https://github.com/Supervisor/supervisor/issues/1245>`_).  \ 
Note that
  ``inet_http_server`` is not enabled by default, and is also not enabled
  in the example configuration output by ``echo_supervisord_conf``.  The
  behavior of the ``inet_http_server`` options have been correctly documented,
  and have not changed, since the feature was introduced in 2006.  A new
  `warning message \ 
<https://github.com/Supervisor/supervisor/commit/4e334d9cf2a1daff685893e35e72398437df3dcb>`_
  was added to the documentation.

4.0.3:
- Fixed an issue on Python 2 where running ``supervisorctl tail -f <name>``
  would fail with the message
  ``Cannot connect, error: <type 'exceptions.UnicodeEncodeError'>`` where it
  may have worked on Supervisor 3.x.  The issue was introduced in Supervisor
  4.0.0 due to new bytes/strings conversions necessary to add Python 3 support.
  For ``supervisorctl`` to correctly display logs with Unicode characters, the
  terminal encoding specified by the environment must support it.  If not, the
  ``UnicodeEncodeError`` may still occur on either Python 2 or 3.  A new
  warning message is now printed if a problematic terminal encoding is
  detected.

4.0.2:
- Fixed a bug where inline comments in the config file were not parsed
  correctly such that the comments were included as part of the values.
  This only occurred on Python 2, and only where the environment had an
  extra ``configparser`` module installed.  The bug was introduced in
  Supervisor 4.0.0 because of Python 2/3 compatibility code that expected
  a Python 2 environment to only have a ``ConfigParser`` module.

4.0.1:
- Fixed an issue on Python 3 where an ``OSError: [Errno 29] Illegal seek``
  would occur if ``logfile`` in the ``[supervisord]`` section was set to
  a special file like ``/dev/stdout`` that was not seekable, even if
  ``logfile_maxbytes = 0`` was set to disable rotation.  The issue only
  affected the main log and not child logs.

4.0.0:
- Support for Python 3 has been added.  On Python 3, Supervisor requires
  Python 3.4 or later.  Many thanks to Vinay Sajip, Scott Maxwell, Palm Kevin,
  Tres Seaver, Marc Abramowitz, Son Nguyen, Shane Hathaway, Evan Andrews,
  and Ethan Hann who all made major contributions to the Python 3 porting
  effort.  Thanks also to all contributors who submitted issue reports and
  patches towards this effort.

- Support for Python 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6 has been dropped.  On Python 2,
  Supervisor now requires Python 2.7.

- The ``supervisor`` package is no longer a namespace package.

- The behavior of the config file expansion ``%(here)s`` has changed.  In
  previous versions, a bug caused ``%(here)s`` to always expand to the
  directory of the root config file.  Now, when ``%(here)s`` is used inside
  a file included via ``[include]``, it will expand to the directory of
  that file.  Thanks to Alex Eftimie and Zoltan Toth-Czifra for the patches.

- The default value for the config file setting ``exitcodes=``, the expected
  exit codes of a program, has changed.  In previous versions, it was ``0,2``.
  This caused issues with Golang programs where ``panic()`` causes the exit
  code to be ``2``.  The default value for ``exitcodes`` is now ``0``.

- An undocumented feature where multiple ``supervisorctl`` commands could be
  combined on a single line separated by semicolons has been removed.

- ``supervisorctl`` will now set its exit code to a non-zero value when an
  error condition occurs.  Previous versions did not set the exit code for
  most error conditions so it was almost always 0.

- Added new ``stdout_syslog`` and ``stderr_syslog`` options to the config
  file.  These are boolean options that indicate whether process output will
  be sent to syslog.  Supervisor can now log to both files and syslog at the
  same time.  Specifying a log filename of ``syslog`` is still supported
  but deprecated.
   2019-01-08 10:42:26 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-supervisor: updated to 3.3.5

3.3.5:
Fixed a race condition where supervisord would cancel a shutdown already in \ 
progress if it received SIGHUP. Now, supervisord will ignore SIGHUP if shutdown \ 
is already in progress.
Fixed a bug where searching for a relative command ignored changes to PATH made \ 
in environment=.
childutils.ProcessCommunicationsProtocol now does an explit flush() after \ 
writing to stdout.
A more descriptive error message is now emitted if a name in the config file \ 
contains a disallowed character.
   2018-02-26 10:11:47 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-supervisor: updated to 3.3.4

3.3.4:
Fixed a bug where rereading the configuration would not detect changes to \ 
eventlisteners.
Fixed a bug where the warning Supervisord is running as root and it is searching \ 
for its config file may have been incorrectly shown by supervisorctl if its \ 
executable name was changed.
Fixed a bug in the web interface where redirect URLs did not have a slash \ 
between the host and query string, which caused issues when proxying with Nginx.
When supervisord successfully drops privileges during startup, it is now logged \ 
at the INFO level instead of CRIT.
The HTTP server now returns a Content-Type header specifying UTF-8 encoding. \ 
This may fix display issues in some browsers.
   2017-07-25 10:17:08 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
3.3.3:
- Fixed CVE-2017-11610.  A vulnerability was found where an authenticated
  client can send a malicious XML-RPC request to ``supervisord`` that will
  run arbitrary shell commands on the server.  The commands will be run as
  the same user as ``supervisord``.  Depending on how ``supervisord`` has been
  configured, this may be root.  See
  https://github.com/Supervisor/supervisor/issues/964 for details.
   2017-07-20 19:43:02 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
3.3.2:
Fixed a bug introduced in 3.3.0 where the supervisorctl reload command would \ 
crash supervisord with the error OSError: [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor if the \ 
kqueue poller was used. Patch by Jared Suttles.
Fixed a bug introduced in 3.3.0 where supervisord could get stuck in a polling \ 
loop after the web interface was used, causing high CPU usage. Patch by Jared \ 
Suttles.
Fixed a bug where if supervisord attempted to start but aborted due to another \ 
running instance of supervisord with the same config, the pidfile of the running \ 
instance would be deleted. Patch by coldnight.
Fixed a bug where supervisorctl fg would swallow most XML-RPC faults. fg now \ 
prints the fault and exits.
Parsing the config file will now fail with an error message if a process or \ 
group name contains a forward slash character (/) since it would break the URLs \ 
used by the web interface.
supervisorctl reload now shows an error message if an argument is given. Patch \ 
by Joel Krauska.
supervisorctl commands avail, reread, and version now show an error message if \ 
an argument is given.
   2017-04-28 16:52:29 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Import py-supervisor-3.3.1 as sysutils/py-supervisor.

Supervisor is a client/server system that allows its users to control
a number of processes on UNIX-like operating systems.