This is an automated email from the git hooks/post-receive script.

carnil pushed a change to annotated tag upstream/0.20
in repository libproc-daemon-perl.

        at  cf1f5ff   (tag)
   tagging  d6fd670b78bcd316d46ca258cf4d3b5c71ddd815 (commit)
  replaces  upstream/0.19
 tagged by  Salvatore Bonaccorso
        on  Wed Jun 24 08:16:22 2015 +0200

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
Upstream version 0.20

Pavel Denisov (36):
      initial import
      Fix pid file permissions [RT#91450]
      Fix typos [RT#88512]
      Add myself to authors and update copyrights
      Add github repo
      Update version
      Reflect changes
      Remove META.yml
      Add Proc::ProcessTable to TEST_REQUIRES, fixes GH #1
      die when exec_command fails [RT#72107]
      Update version
      Reflect changes
      Move umask.file test to the end
      Fix day of week
      Add abstract
      Replace exit with POSIX::_exit(0) [RT#73352]
      Convert README to Markdown
      Update version
      Reflect changes
      Convert README to Markdown
      Convert README to Markdown
      Merge pull request #2 from rvandam/taint-safe
      Merge pull request #3 from rvandam/setgid
      Update version
      Reflect changes
      Add file_umask option [RT#102360]
      Add file_umask option [RT#102360]
      Add file_umask option [RT#102360]
      Convert to Dist::Zilla
      Update version
      Reflect changes
      Update .gitignore to ignore release directories
      Merge pull request #4 from rouzier/master
      Make tests less time-sensitive [RT#103130]
      Update version
      Reflect changes

Rob Van Dam (2):
      Made Proc::Daemon internally taint safe by untainting pids read
      added option to setgid, same as setuid

Salvatore Bonaccorso (1):
      Imported Upstream version 0.20

rouzier (1):
      Make it return a value so 03_taintmode.t will not fail


No new revisions were added by this update.

Alioth's /usr/local/bin/git-commit-notice on 

Pkg-perl-cvs-commits mailing list

Reply via email to