proxychains-ng: updated to 4.14 & added maintainer
Changes since 4.11:
- allow alternative proto://user:pass at ip:port syntax for proxylist
- skip connection attempt to nullrouted ips
- allow hostnames for proxylist under specific circumstances
- add support for Solaris
- buildfixes & bugfixes
Update wip/verilator to version 4.016.
Major changes in version 4:
* Add multithreaded model generation.
* Add runtime arguments.
* Add GTKWave LXT2 native tracing.
* Add new reloop optimization for repetitive assignment compression.
* Add GTKWave FST native tracing.
* Support $past.
* Support restrict.
* Rename include/lxt2 to include/gtkwave.
* Support "ref" and "const ref" pins and functions.
* Removed --trace-lxt2, use --trace-fst instead.
* Support $fread.
* Add --trace-fst-thread.
* Support '#' comments in $readmem.
* Support "'dx" constants.
* For FST tracing use LZ4 compression.
* Support logical equivalence operator <->.
* Support deferred assertions.
* Add --quiet-exit.
wip/doas: import doas-6.1
doas is a port of OpenBSD's doas which runs on FreeBSD, Linux and
The doas utility is a program originally written for OpenBSD which
allows a user to run a command as though they were another
user. Typically doas is used to allow non-privleged users to run
commands as though they were the root user. The doas program acts as
an alternative to sudo, which is a popular method in the Linux
ccommunity for granting admin access to specific users.
The doas program offers two benefits over sudo: its configuration file
has a simple syntax and it is smaller, requiring less effort to audit
the code. This makes it harder for both admins and coders to make
mistakes that potentially open security holes in the system.
doom2-pwad-struggle: Import as wip/doom2-pwad-struggle
Struggle - Antaresian Legacy
It features new weapons and monsters replacement with DeHacked patch.
Some of original monsters are also slightly changed, so it's recommended to
check out the info [see installed text file], before you play this one.
Update wip/tor-dev to version 0.4.1.4-rc.
Changes in version 0.4.1.4-rc - 2019-07-25
Tor 0.4.1.4-rc fixes a few bugs from previous versions of Tor, and
updates to a new list of fallback directories. If no new bugs are
found, the next release in the 0.4.1.x serious should be stable.
o Major bugfixes (circuit build, guard):
- When considering upgrading circuits from "waiting for guard" to
"open", always ignore circuits that are marked for close. Otherwise,
we can end up in the situation where a subsystem is notified that
a closing circuit has just opened, leading to undesirable
behavior. Fixes bug 30871; bugfix on 0.3.0.1-alpha.
o Minor features (continuous integration):
- Our Travis configuration now uses Chutney to run some network
integration tests automatically. Closes ticket 29280.
o Minor features (fallback directory list):
- Replace the 157 fallbacks originally introduced in Tor 0.3.5.6-rc
in December 2018 (of which ~122 were still functional), with a
list of 148 fallbacks (70 new, 78 existing, 79 removed) generated
in June 2019. Closes ticket 28795.
o Minor bugfixes (circuit padding):
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libftdi1: update to 1.4
2017-08-07: Version 1.4 of libftdi released
New ftdi_usb_open_bus_addr() open function
Use BM/R series baud rate computation for FT230X
ftdi_get_error_string() now returns const char*
C++ API: Ability to open devices with empty descriptor strings
C++ API: Fix enumerations for buffer purge and modem controls
small build fixes and improvements in the python examples
ftdi_eeprom / eeprom handling:
New API function: ftdi_eeprom_get_strings()
Fix USE_SERIAL handling for 230X type chips
Make ftdi_read_eeprom_location() endianness independent
Fix flashing of FT245R
cannonball: Streamlined the patches to be more generic.
1. Updated the patches to be generic enough to include the BSDs.
Upstream of patches have been requested with the maintainer.
2. Removed debug stuff from Makefile
3. Tested builds in Linux and NetBSD.