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Fri, 13 May 2011
[ 23:00:18 ohauer ] Original commit 
apr1 devel files touched by this commit Apache Portability Library
- update apr1 to version 1.4.4 (security update CVE-2011-0419)

Changes: (trimmed non FreeBSD related to keep the list shorter)
http://www.apache.org/dist/apr/CHANGES-APR-1.4

Changes for APR 1.4.4
Changes for APR 1.4.3

  *) Security: CVE-2011-0419
     Reimplement apr_fnmatch() from scratch using a non-recursive
     algorithm; now has improved compliance with the fnmatch() spec.
     [William Rowe]

  *) poll, pollset, pollcb on Windows: Handle calls with no file/socket
     descriptors.  PR 49882.  [Stefan Ruppert <sr myarm.com>, Jeff Trawick]

  *) Fix address handling when accepting an AF_INET socket from a socket
     bound as AF_INET6.   PR 49678.  [Joe Orton]

  *) Add new experimental configure option --enable-allocator-uses-mmap to
     use mmap instead of malloc in apr_allocator_alloc(). This greatly reduces
     memory fragmentation with malloc implementations (e.g. glibc) that
     don't handle allocationss of a page-size-multiples in an efficient way.
     It also makes apr_allocator_max_free_set() actually have some effect
     on such platforms. [Stefan Fritsch]

  *) configure: Make definition of apr_ino_t independent of
     _FILE_OFFSET_BITS even on platforms where ino_t is 'unsigned int'.
     [Stefan Fritsch]

  *) apr_ring: Workaround for aliasing problem that causes gcc 4.5 to
     miscompile some brigade related code. PR 50190. [Stefan Fritsch]

  *) apr_file_flush_locked(): Handle short writes. [Stefan Fritsch]

  *) apr_pollset_create_ex(): Trap errors from pollset providers.
     PR 49094.  [Sami Tolvanen <sami.tolvanen mywot.com>]

  *) apr_pollset_create*(): Fix memory lifetime problem with the wakeup
     pipe when the pollset was created with APR_POLLSET_NOCOPY.
     [Neil Conway <nrc cs.berkeley.edu>]

  *) Fix detection of some Linux variants when configure is built with
     recent GNU tools.  [Eric Covener]

  *) Avoid a redundant fcntl() call in apr_file_open() where O_CLOEXEC
     is supported.  PR 46297.  [Joe Orton]

  *) Improve platform detection by updating config.guess and config.sub.
     [Rainer Jung]

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PR:             156997
Submitted by:   Tsurutani Naoki <turutani _at_ scphys.kyoto-u.ac.jp>

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