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Name: libboost_thread1_75_0 Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 1.75.0 Vendor: SUSE LLC <https://www.suse.com/>
Release: 2.5 Build date: Sat Mar 6 03:14:52 2021
Group: System/Libraries Build host: ibs-arm-2
Size: 134048 Source RPM: boost.175-base-1.75.0-2.5.src.rpm
Packager: https://www.suse.com/
Url: http://www.boost.org
Summary: Boost.Thread runtime libraries
This package contains the Boost.Thread runtime library.

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BSL-1.0

Changelog

* Tue Feb 09 2021 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Fix HPC build on ARM. It seems boost_serialization libraries
    are no longer implicitly build with this setup.
* Sat Feb 06 2021 eich@suse.com
  - Add build support for gcc10 to HPC build (bsc#1174439).
  - Add openmpi4 flavors (jsc#SLE-16462).
* Mon Dec 28 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Log additional information during build
  - Add missing dependencies in libboost_iostream-devel (bsc#1180359)
* Wed Dec 23 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - libboost_nowide now uses same pattern of Provides/Conflicts
    and version numbers as other Boost libraries
  - Add missing conflicts for Boost 1.66
  - Boost.Build (jam) implementation is now obsoletes older versions
* Thu Dec 17 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Replace hardcoded python3.8 path in the spec file
  - Add Conflicts with Boost 1.66 version in SLE15 since that version
    uses different Provides.
* Mon Dec 14 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to 1.75.0:
    * new library:
      + Boost.JSON - JSON parsing library
      + Boost.LEAF - error handling library
      + Boost.PFR  - basic reflection without macros or boilderplate code
    * for details on all changes see,
      https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_75_0.html
  - package boost's jam files so the Boost.Build is more usable
  - python_library_name.patch: update it to remove python version
    suffix and keep old sonames. We only support one python3 version
    at a time.
  - refreshed patches: boost-no_type_punning.patch
    boost-strict_aliasing.patch python_library_name.patch
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: upstreamed
  - baselibs.conf: updated to new version
* Tue Sep 29 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: Add additional missing
    includes in the serialization library
* Wed Sep 16 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - serialization_missing_includes.patch: Add missing includes in the
    serialization library (bsc#1176597)
* Thu Sep 03 2020 azouhr@opensuse.org
  - Enable context on s390x
* Thu Aug 27 2020 dmueller@suse.com
  - fix nothing provides libboost_mpi_python-py3-1_74_0
* Fri Aug 21 2020 dmueller@suse.com
  - provide/obsolete boost-nowide 10.0.2
* Mon Aug 17 2020 dmueller@suse.com
  - update to 1.74.0:
    * adds Boost.NoWide
    * see https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_72_0.html
    * see https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_73_0.html
    * see https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_74_0.html
  - remove riscv-support.patch, 3ecbf83f.patch (upstream)
  - remove boost-visibility.patch,
    boost-no_segfault_in_Regex_filter.patch (obsolete, will never go upstream)
  - add boost-remove-cmakedir.patch (remove buildroot embedding in cmake files)
  - remove python 2.7, it is 2020 after all
* Thu Mar 12 2020 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Fix packaging errors in cases where python2 is disabled and
    unavailable.
* Fri Feb 28 2020 eich@suse.com
  - Fix macro which defines the name of the HPC python3 library
    directory (bsc#1165277).
  - Include headers and serial libs in the HPC MPI packages
    (bsc#1165307).
* Mon Jan 13 2020 cgoll@suse.com
  - removed hpc bjam package (boo#1160621)
  - added gnu-hpc-openmpi3 and mpich flavor (boo#1160622)
* Fri Dec 13 2019 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Remove hardcoded abiflags (%py3_abiflags is not available for 3
    years), use python3-config instead. Fixes build with Python 3.8.
* Fri Nov 08 2019 stefan.bruens@rwth-aachen.de
  - Make sure openmpi-macros-devel is not required for base flavor --
    consolidate build_mpi/mpi macro into just one.
  - Remove BuildArch guards, no longer relevant since SuSE 11.2
* Thu Oct 03 2019 nmoreychaisemartin@suse.com
  - Use new openmpi-macros-devel package
* Thu Sep 19 2019 schwab@suse.de
  - Enable context on riscv64
  - riscv-support.patch: Add missing bits for riscv support
* Wed Sep 18 2019 schwab@suse.de
  - Make sure %{_libdir}/cmake is packaged also without openblas-devel
* Wed Sep 11 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update URL to reflect new location of Boost sources
* Tue Sep 10 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.71.0 (jsc#SLE-8571)
    Breaking changes:
    * Uuid: MD5 name-based uuid generation was corrected to be identical
      on all endian systems. Define BOOST_UUID_COMPAT_PRE_1_71_MD5 to
      keep the result in a format compatible with 1.66 through 1.70.
      This does not affect the default name-based uuid generation
      which is based on SHA1
    * Test: Boost.Test shows deprecation warnings if some very old
      headers as deprecated. If you encounter such warnings, please
      follow the indications: those headers will be removed in a future
      release.
    New libraries:
    * Variant2: A never-valueless, strong guarantee implementation
      of std::variant
    Updated libraries:
    * align, asio, any, beast, circular buffer, container, context,
      conversion, core, dynamic bitset, endian, fiber, filesystem,
      flyweight, histogram, iostreams, interprocess, intrusive,
      legical cast, log, math, metaparse, move, multi array,
      multi-index containers, outcome, parameter, ptrcontainer,
      polycollection, smartptr, stacktrace, test, utility, uuid,
      variant, yap
    For detailed changes see
    https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_71_0.html
  - drop upstream patches no longer needed:
    boost-1.57.0-python-libpython_dep.patch,
    0001-beast-fix-moved-from-executor.patch,
    remove_boost_serialization_depends, cmake.patch
  - updated patches: boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch,
    3ecbf83f.patch
* Tue May 28 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - 3ecbf83f.patch: add upstream patch to build and install python-mpi
    extention.
  - remove_boost_serialization_depends.patch: workaround to build
    python mpi extention
* Mon May 13 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - cmake.patch: add upstream patches making it more compatible with
    cmake's FindBoost
* Fri Apr 12 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.70.0
    Breaking changes:
    * beast - there were many API changes. For details, see upstream
      release notes
    New libraries:
    * outcome: A set of tools for reporting and handling function
      failures in contexts where directly using exception handling
      is unsuitable
    * histogram: Fast and extensible multi-dimensional histograms
    Updated libraries:
    * asio, beast, context, coroutine2, dynamic bitset, fiber,
      filesystem, integer, log, math, mp11, multi-index containers,
      multiprecision, polycollection, spirit, stacktrace, test,
      typeindex, typetraits, variant and ublas.
    For detailed changes see
    https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_70_0.html
  - 0001-beast-fix-moved-from-executor.patch: upstream patch to fix regresion
  - boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch: refresh but don't disable all extra
    warnings
  - dynamic_linking.patch: refreshed
  - baselibs.conf - updated to 1.70.0
* Fri Mar 08 2019 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Do not build gnu-mvapich2-hpc and gnu-openmpi2-hpc flavors in
    Staging areas.
* Wed Mar 06 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Add missing build conditions for -extra flavour
* Fri Feb 01 2019 cgoll@suse.com
  - fixed hpc build for python3.7
* Wed Jan 23 2019 cgoll@suse.com
  - added hpc modularized versions, which have a different naming
    scheme so that they do not collide with existing libraries
    * hpc builds miss the documentation
    * three new _mulitbuild flavors which are
    * gnu-hpc -> all libraries except the parallel ones
    * gnu-openmpi2-hpc -> parallel versions with openmpi2
    * gnu-mvapich2-hpc -> parallel versions with mvapich2
* Mon Jan 14 2019 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Simplify _multibuild flavours
* Fri Dec 14 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.69.0
    Breaking Changes:
      + Logic: use explicit operator bool when available
      + Boost.Signals removed
    New libraries:
    * SafeNumerics: A library for guaranteed correct integer
      arithmetic for C++14 and later
    Updated libraries:
    Any, Asio, Assign, Beast, CircularBuffer, ConceptCheck, Context,
    Core, Dynamic Bisect, Fiber, Filesystem, Flyweight, Function,
    Geometry, Integer, Iostreams, Iterator, LexicalCast, Log, Math,
    Mp11, MultiArray, Multi-index Containers, Multiprecision,
    PolyCollection, Pool, Preprocessor, Rational, Spirit,
    Stacktrace, System, Test, TypeIndex, Utility, Variant, YAP
    For complete changelog see
    https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_69_0.html
  - python_library_name.patch: updated to leave Boost.MPI python
    names unchanged.
  - dynamic_linking.patch: refreshed
  - baselibs.conf: updated to 1.69.0
  - cleanup spec file
    * removed no-op conditionals
    * appended -impl to all unversioned named Provides: to facilitate
      introduction of boost-defaults. The defaults package will provide
      upgrade path in Tumbleweed for -devel subpackages.
* Mon Oct 01 2018 schwab@suse.de
  - Stay with openmpi also on ppc
* Wed Sep 12 2018 aeszter@gwdg.de
  - Fix build on Leap < 15.0
* Fri Aug 10 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.68.0
    New libraries:
    * YAP: An expression template library for C++14 and later
    Breaking changes since 1.67.0:
    * uuid: sha1 detail namespace header redirection for backwards
      compatibility was removed
    * signals: Boost.Signals will be removed in the next release.
      Boost.Signals was deprecated in version 1.54.0.
      Transition to Boost.Signals2 now to avoid disruption.
    Updated libraries: Beast, Context, Coroutine2, Fiber, Fusion,
    Geometry, GIL, Graph, Lexical Cast, Log, Math,
    Multi-index containers, Optional, Predef, Program Options,
    Python, Rational, System, Stacktrace, Test, TypeIndex and Uuid.
    For complete list of changes, see
    https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_68_0.html
  - refreshed patches: boost-no_type_punning.patch,
    python_library_name.patch
  - dropped: python_numpy_retfunc.patch - no longer needed
* Tue Jul 03 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Re-enable python2 module build by default. Still too many things
    depend on it.
* Tue May 22 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - fix packaging of Boost.Contract on s390 and other platforms
    without Boost.Context support.
  - fix build on older SLE SP by owning /usr/share/licenses directory
* Wed Apr 04 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.67.0
    New libraries:
    * Contract: Contract programming for C++. All contract
      programming features are supported: Subcontracting, class
      invariants, postconditions (with old and return values),
      preconditions, customizable actions on assertion failure (e.g.,
      terminate or throw), optional compilation and checking of
      assertions, etc, from Lorenzo Caminiti.
    * HOF: Higher-order functions for C++, from Paul Fultz II.
    Breaking changes in updated libraries:
    * atomic: Breaking change: Changed the result of the
      (op)_and_test operations added in Boost 1.66 to the opposite -
      the functions now return true if the operation result is
      non-zero. This is consistent with other test methods in
      Boost.Atomic and the C++ standard library. Users can define
      BOOST_ATOMIC_DETAIL_HIGHLIGHT_OP_AND_TEST when compiling their
      code to emit warnings on every use of the changed functions.
      This way users can locate the code that needs to be updated.
    * multiprecission: When converting a multiprecision integer to a
      narrower type, if the value is too large (or negative) to fit
      in the smaller type, then the result is either the maximum (or
      minimum) value of the target type. This was always the intended
      behaviour, but was somewhat haphazardly enforced before. If you
      really do want just the low order N bits of a value, then you
      will need to mask these out prior to the case, for example:
      static_cast<unsigned>(~static_cast<unsigned>(0) & my_value).
      Note that technically (to avoid undefined behaviour) you should
      do the same thing with built in integer types too.
    * spirit: Removed `with_context`
      utility: <boost/utility.hpp> header no longer includes
      boost::next and boost::prior as they have been moved to the
      iterator module. Instead include <boost/next_prior.hpp>. Other
      uses of <boost/utility.hpp> are discouraged, it's better to use
      the header for the specific functionality instead.
    * uuid: random_generator is no longer copyable
    Libraries that were updated: Asio, Atomic, Beast, ContainerHash,
    Context, Core, Coroutine2, DateTime, DLL, Fiber, Filesystem,
    Fusion, Locale, Log, Math, Multi-index Containers,
    Multiprecission, Optional, Phoenix, PolyCollection, Python,
    Spirit, Stacktrace, Test, TypeIndex, TypeTraits, Utility,
    Unordered, Units, Uuid, and Variant. For complete list of
    changes, see,
    https://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_67_0.html
  - refreshed patches:
    * boost-strict_aliasing.patch
    * boost-aarch64-flags.patch
  - python_library_name.patch: adapted to not append version number
    to library names, like new boost is doing.
  - disable python2 builds by default
  - use regular Requires for libboost_header dependency
* Wed Apr 04 2018 kukuk@suse.de
  - Use %license instead of %doc [bsc#1082318]
* Fri Jan 19 2018 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Multibuild requires versioned Name: tag and doesn't seem to do
    this automatically. (bnc#1076640)
* Mon Dec 18 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Update to version 1.66.0
    + Beast: new portable HTTP, WebSocket and network operations
      using Boost.Asio. Header-only library.
    + Callable Traits: new library and successor to
      Boost.FunctionTypes. Header-only library.
    + Mp11: new metaprogramming library
    + Asio:
    * implemented interface changes to reflect the Networking TS
      (N4656)
    * functions and classes that have been superseded by
      Networking TS functionality have been deprecated.
    * added support for customized handler tracking
    * removed previously deprecated functions
    + Atomic: improved compatibility with GCC 7. 128-bit operations
      on x86_64 no longer require linking with compiled library.
    + DateTime: Fixed an integral overflow that could cause incorrect
      results when adding or subtracting many years from a date.
    + Format: New format specifiers added and volatile arguments
      can not be safely used with operator%
    + Fusion:
    * fix compile error with std::array
    * remove circular preprocessor include
    + PolyCollection: backported to GCC 4.8 and 4.9 with some
      limitations
    + Uuid: added RTF-4122 namespaces in boost::uuids::ns
    + for complete changelog, see
      http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_66_0.html
  - refreshed patches: boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch
* Wed Nov 29 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - re-enable Python 2 by default. It's still conditional, but
    remains enabled by default. This can be disabled in project
    config.
* Tue Oct 24 2017 jmatejek@suse.com
  - build Python 2 conditionally
* Tue Oct 10 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Use multibuild setup - build no-dependency libraries in the
    base package and build the rest of the compiled libraries in
    the main variant. This should speed up bootstrapping.
  - boost-devel not built by default anymore.
  - libboost_headers-devel now provides boost-devel for legacy
    dependencies. If you need compiled boost libraries depend on
    the current compiled devel subpackage.
  - run %fdupes only on the header files and documentation
  - drop build dependencies on gcc-fortran, chrpath.
* Mon Oct 09 2017 nmoreychaisemartin@suse.com
  - Setup MPI environment prior to building boost.
  - Switch to OpenMPI2 as OpenMPI1 is becoming deprecated.
* Wed Sep 20 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - New upstream version 1.65.1
    + config, fiber - Return a continuation from functions executed
      by resume_with.
    + stacktrace - Change preprocessor file extensions to work with
      the installation system.
  - Changes in version 1.65.0
    + stacktrace - new library providing call sequence in human
      readable format.
    + polycollection - new library providing fast containers of
      polymorphic objects, from Joaquín M López Muñoz.
    + For full list of changes, see
      http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_65_1.html
  - 1d862615.patch: upstreamed and removed
  - gcc_path.patch: obsolete, tr1 module is removed
  - mpi_upstream.patch: upstreamed and removed
  - boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch: refreshed
  - python_library_name.patch: refreshed and reverted upstream
    changes to mpi/build/Jamfile as we are building python2 and
    python3 versions of MPI separately.
  - baselibs.conf
    + add libboost_stracktrace
    + update to version 1.65.1
* Tue May 09 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - 1d862615.patch: Fix regression caused by refactoring of
    serialization code (bnc#1038083)
* Mon May 08 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - make python-numpy optional build dependency
  - fix building of mpi python3 plugin
* Thu Apr 20 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - New upstream version 1.64.0
    + process - new library providing cross platform methods to
    - create child processes
    - setup stream for child processes
    - sync and async communication streams with children
    - sync and async wait
    - process termination
    + geometry library had some breaking changes,
    - ublas_transformer is renamed to matrix_transformer
    - explicit modifier is added to constructors of rtree
      index::dynamic_* parameters
    - strategy::area::huiller replaced by strategy::area::spherical
    + context library updates
    - deprecated API:execution-context
    - fixed bad assembly for fcontext on ppc64/sysv/elf
    + Updated libraries: any, atomic, config, container, context,
      conversion, core, coroutine2, fiber, hash, interprocess,
      intrusive, lexicalcast, math, multi-index containers,
      multiprecision, predef, program options, regex, smart pointers,
      test ,typeindex, typetraits, unordered, variant
    + for details, see
      http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_64_0.html
  - Build PyNumpy module
    + add build requires on python-numpy
  - test_lowcase.patch: upstreamed
  - refreshed patches: boost-strict_aliasing.patch, gcc_path.patch,
    python_mpi.patch
  - mpi_upstream.patch: pending upstream fixes to OpenMPI build
  - python_library_name.patch: we are building python versions in
    different stagings so drop library renames.
  - python_numpy_retfunc.patch: rpmlint fixes
* Fri Feb 10 2017 jmatejek@suse.com
  - update python macros
* Fri Feb 03 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - baselibs.conf: (re)add python 2.7 and 3.x libraries
* Wed Jan 25 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Fix dependency typos.
* Tue Jan 17 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - test_lowcase.patch: downcase Boost::Test usage of uppercase
    variables. VERSION was clashing with GNU Autotools define
    resulting in compilation errors of various packages.
  - recombine headers from various devel subpackages under the
    libboost_headers-devel package. Not all usage of headers that
    have compiled parts pull in their associated compiled symbols.
  - general cleanup of the spec file from old, commented stuffs
* Sun Jan 15 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - remove non-existent dependency in the boost mpi python package
* Wed Jan 04 2017 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 1.63.0
    * updated libraries: atomic, container, context, fiber,
      fusion, geometry, hash, interprocess, intrusive, lexical cast,
      log, metaparse, move, optional, phoenix, python, test,
      typeindex, units, unordered
    * see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_63_0.html
      for complete list of changes
  - refresh patches
    * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch
    * boost-strict_aliasing.patch, and enable -fno-strict-aliasing
      for python module
  - baselibs.conf:
    * add libboost_locale
    * rename python to include new soname
  - remove python-2059618.patch, not needed
  - make build condition --without buil_mpi work
  - allow building without python3 bindings, for SLE11SP4
  - remove versioned build dependency on libicu-devel, apparently
    not needed.
  - split out the boost-devel package into individudal compiled
    libraries and their -devel subpackages and libboost_headers-devel
    package for header-only libraries.
  - remove all the -mt.so symlinks, probably not needed anymore.
  - ship MPI python bindings for both Python 2.7 and 3.x
    * add python_mpi.patch to allow proper compiled library loading
  - dynamic_linking.patch: first attempt to remove static library
    generation during build process.
* Tue Nov 08 2016 adam.majer@suse.de
  - Revert upstream change that set default python version and
    ignored user configuration.
    python-2059618.patch (boo#1006584)
* Thu Nov 03 2016 jengelh@inai.de
  - Rectify groups and description
* Fri Sep 30 2016 adam.majer@suse.de
  - package boost-jam
  - add missing ldconfig for libboost_type_erasure
  - fix EOL encoding for documentation files
* Thu Sep 29 2016 adam.majer@suse.de
  - update to version 1.62.0
    * new library: fiber: framework for userland-threads/fibers
    * new library: QVM: library for working with quaternions,
      vectors and matrices of static size
    * see http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_62_0.html
      for complete changelog
  - remove boost-fix_include_config.patch - upstreamed
  - gcc_path.patch - fix GCC search paths (bnc#996917)
    Boost assumes /usr/include/c++/x.y.z/ existence for GCC 4.x
    onward while our version of GCC only has /usr/include/c++/x.y
    for 4.x GCC and /usr/include/c++/x/ for 5.x onward.
  - migrate to using %bcond_ instead of hardcoding macros
    for different Boost features
  - better way to limit max number of compilation units than
    by reading /proc/meminfo and guesstimating.
* Thu Aug 18 2016 mvetter@suse.com
  - Fix boo#994378, boo#994381, boo#994382 boo#994383:
    Fix build issues when optional_fwd.hpp is used before
    including boost/config.hpp
  - Add boost-fix_include_config.patch from
    gh#boostorg/optional#19
* Fri Aug 12 2016 adrian@suse.de
  - build it from "boost.spec", but create versioned "boost-1_61-devel"
    packages
* Fri Jun 17 2016 adrian@suse.de
  - build quickbook also in versioned package
* Tue Jun 14 2016 adrian@suse.de
  - update to version 1.61.0
    Details on http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_61_0.html
    Obsolete patches:
    * boost-1.59-test-fenv.patch
    * boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch
* Tue Jun 14 2016 adrian@suse.de
  - rename package to boost-1_60 to allow multiple versions
* Tue Mar 29 2016 dmitry_r@opensuse.org
  - Fix build on systems with GCC4
* Sun Feb 14 2016 egeorget@openmailbox.org
  - Added libboost_python3 to the dependency macro.
    * boost-devel will now correctly requires libboost_python3.
* Mon Jan 18 2016 idonmez@suse.com
  - Add boost-deprecated-type_traits.patch to fix deprecated
    type_traits usage in boost/graph/adjacency_matrix.hpp header.
* Mon Jan 04 2016 idonmez@suse.com
  - Add the following patches from Fedora to fix underlinking in
    boost::python code
    * boost-1.57.0-python-abi_letters.patch
    * boost-1.57.0-python-libpython_dep.patch
    * boost-1.55.0-python-test-PyImport_AppendInittab.patch
* Wed Dec 23 2015 fstrba@suse.com
  - Updated to version 1.60.0
    * New library: VMD.
    * Updated libraries: Atomic, Chrono, Container, Context, Core,
      Filesystem, Flyweight, Fusion, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical
      Cast, Locale, log, Move, Multi-index Containers, odeint,
      Optional, Predef, Test, Thread, UUID
    * See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_60_0.html for
      complete changelog.
  - Modified patch:
    * boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch
    - rediff to a new context
  - Removed patch:
    * boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch
    - integrated upstream
  - Add libboost_type_erasure subpackage
* Sun Dec 13 2015 egeorget@openmailbox.org
  - Add support to Boost:Python3 (boo#951902)
    * New library: python3
* Tue Dec 08 2015 pth@suse.de
  - Add boost-visibility.patch to make members of basic_xml_grammar<char>
    visible (boo#958150).
  - Fix redefinition of _docdir.
* Thu Nov 26 2015 schwab@suse.de
  - coroutine2 depends on context, disable it if context is not built
* Fri Oct 23 2015 idonmez@suse.com
  - Updated to version 1.59.0:
    * New libraries: Convert, Coroutine2
    * Updated Libraries: Container, Context, Coroutine, Fusion,
      Geometry, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Move,
      Multi-index Containers, Predef, Program Options, Property Tree,
      Boost.Test v3, TypeIndex, Variant
    * See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_59_0.html for
      complete changelog.
  - context now builds on aarch64
  - Import two patches from Fedora: boost-1.59-python-make_setter.patch,
    boost-1.59-test-fenv.patch
  - Drop 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch,
    0002-Fix-a-regression-with-non-constexpr-types.patch,
    boost-uuid-comparison.patch, boost-unrecognized-option.patch.
    Fixed upstream.
* Thu Jun 11 2015 idonmez@suse.com
  - Remove unneeded dependency on xorg-x11-devel
* Thu May 21 2015 schwab@suse.de
  - boost-unrecognized-option.patch: remove unrecognized option -m32
* Sat May 09 2015 dmueller@suse.com
  - update to 1.58.0:
    boost docs remain at 1.56 since upstream hasn't updated yet
    * New Libraries: Endian, Sort.
    * Updated Libraries: Asio, Chrono, Container, Context, Conversion,
    DateTime, Flyweight, Function, Functional/Factory, Fusion, Geometry,
    Hash, Interprocess, Intrusive, Lexical Cast, Log, Math, Move,
    Multi-index Containers, Multiprecision, Optional, Phoenix,
    Predef, Random, Thread, TypeErasure, TypeIndex, Units,
    Unordered, Variant.
    See http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_58_0.html
  - add 0001-Fix-exec_file-for-Python-3-3.4.patch ,
    0002-Fix-a-regression-with-non-constexpr-types.patch: Fixes regressions
    in 1.58
  - drop bjam-alignment.patch, boost-gcc5.patch: Already fixed upstream
    differently
  - add boost-rpmoptflags-only.patch: Build only with optflags
  - add boost-aarch64-flags.patch: Avoid using -m64
  - add boost-uuid-comparison.patch: Fix regression in UUID operator<
  - add boost-disable-pch-on-aarch64.patch: Disable pch on math library
    to avoid compiler segfault
* Mon Mar 09 2015 rneuhauser@suse.cz
  - Add quickbook subpackage
* Mon Feb 23 2015 rguenther@suse.com
  - Use $RPM_OPT_FLAGS for building, force use of the GCC toolset.
    Be more verbose and fail building with the first error.
  - Add boost-gcc5.patch to use -std=c++11 when building the coroutines
    module which fixes build with GCC 5.
* Fri Dec 05 2014 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Revert the python3 building: it resulted in BOTH libboost_python
    libraries to be using python 3 instructions, resulting in
    failures of all Py2 related packages.

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