Fedora 20 Update: httrack-3.48.17-1.fc20

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Fedora Update Notification
2014-07-13 02:10:55

Name        : httrack
Product     : Fedora 20
Version     : 3.48.17
Release     : 1.fc20
URL         : http://www.httrack.com
Summary     : Website copier and offline browser
Description :
HTTrack is a free and easy-to-use offline browser utility. It allows the user
to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory,
building recursively all directories, getting HTML, images, and other files
from the server to your computer. HTTrack arranges the original site's
relative link-structure. HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site,
and resume interrupted downloads. HTTrack is fully configurable, and has an
integrated help system.

Update Information:


* Fixed: URL list not working anymore
* Fixed: FTBFS on ARM
* Fixed: buggy FFFD (replacement character) in place of leading non-ascii character such as Chinese ones
* Fixed: FTBFS when compiling with zlib versions < 1.2.70
* Fixed: buggy SVG (Smiling Spectre)
* Fixed: do not uncompress .tgz advertised as "streamed" (Smiling Spectre)
* Fixed: NULL pointer dereferencing in back_unserialize (htsback.c:976)
* Fixed: library development files
* Fixed: --advanced-maxlinks broken (Localhost)
* Fixed: -devel package should now be standalone
* Fixed: assertion failure at htscore.c:244 (len + liensbuf->string_buffer_size < liensbuf->string_buffer_capa)
* Fixed: injection-proof templates
* Fixed: htshash.c:330 assertion failure ("error invalidating hash entry")
* Fixed: Windows 2000 regression (fantozzi.usenet)
* Fixed: code cleanup (aliasing issues, const correctness, safe strings)
* New: handle --advanced-maxlinks=0 to disable maximum link limits
* New: updated ZIP routines (zlib 1.2.8)
* Fixed: broken 32-bit version
* Fixed: assertion "segOutputSize < segSize assertion fails at htscharset.c:993"
* Fixed: new zlib version fixing CVE-2004-0797 and CVE-2005-2096
* Fixed: more reliable crash reporting
* Fixed: fixed infamous "hashtable internal error: cuckoo/stash collision" errors
* Fixed: safety cleanup in many strings operations
* Fixed: buggy option pannels
* New: Enforce check against CVE-2014-0160
* New: improved hashtables to speedup large mirrors
* New: added unit tests
* New: Added %a option, allowing to define the "Accept:" header line.
* New: Added %X option, to define additional request header lines.
* New: Added option '-%t', preserving the original file type (which may produce non-browseable file locally)
* Fixed: remove scope id (% character) in dotted address resolution (especially for catchurl proxy)
* Fixed: build fixes, including for Android, non-SSL releases
* Fixed: buggy keep-alive handling, leading to waste connections
* Fixed: removed chroot and setuid features (this is definitely not our business)
* Fixed: removed MMS (Microsoft Media Server) ripping code (mmsrip) (dead protocol, unmaintained code, licensing issues)
* Fixed: type mishandling when processing a redirect (such as a .PDF redirecting to another .PDF, with a text/html type tagged in the redirect message)
* Fixed: infinite loop when attempting to download a file:/// directory on Unix (gp)<br/>
* Fixed: removed background DNS resolution, prone to bugs
* Fixed: do not choke on Windows 2000 because of missing SetDllDirectory()
* Fixed: %h custom build structure parameter not taken in account 

* Fri Jul 11 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.48.17-1
- Update to 3.48.17
* Fri Jun 13 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.48.13-1
- Update to 3.48.13
* Fri May 23 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.48.9-1
- Update to 3.48.9
* Wed Apr 16 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.48.3-1
- Update to 3.48.3

  [ 1 ] Bug #1118625 - httrack-3.48.14 is available

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use
su -c 'yum update httrack' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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