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- TeXLive 2016 packages are now availableTeXLive packages have been updated to the 2016 version. The most notable change is that the biber utility is now provided as a separate package. You can install it normally using pacman. Pacman hooks are now used in the TeXLive packages so the update will be less verbose than in past years.
- test-sec-flags: Call for AssistanceInspired by discussions on the arch-general mailing list, test-sec-flags was created by pid1 (with help from anthraxx, strcat, sangy, and rgacogne) to test the performance impact of various security-oriented compilation and linking flags. The goal is to determine if these flags can be the new default for all Arch Linux packages. Preliminary results suggest that […]
- screen-4.4.0-1 unable to attach old sessionsAs you upgrade to screen-4.4.0-1 you will be unable to reattach sessions started with earlier screen versions. Please make sure all your sessions are closed before upgrading.
- Required update to pacman-5.0.1 before 2016-04-23The release of pacman-5.0 brought support for transactional hooks. These will allow us to (e.g.) run font cache updates a single time during an update rather than after each font package installation. This will both speed up the update process, but also reduce packaging burden for the Developers and Trusted Users. In order for the […]
- PHP 7.0 packages releasedPackages of the new major version of PHP have been released into the stable repositories. Besides the new PHP 7 features there are the following packaging changes. In general the package configuration is now closer to what was intended by the PHP project. Also refer to the PHP 7 migration guide for upstream improvements. Removed […]
- lua51-messagepack 0.3.5-1 anyImplementation of MessagePack spec v5 for Lua 5.1
- lua52-messagepack 0.3.5-1 anyImplementation of MessagePack spec v5 for Lua 5.2
- lua-messagepack 0.3.5-1 anyImplementation of MessagePack spec v5 for Lua 5.3
- python2-tlslite 0.4.9-1 anySSL/TLS library in pure Python supporting RSA and SRP ciphersuites
- tomcat6 6.0.47-1 anyOpen source implementation of the Java Servlet 2.5 and JavaServer Pages 2.1 technologies