[ClusterLabs] [announce] libqb 1.0.2 release

Christine Caulfield ccaulfie at redhat.com
Fri May 19 10:53:25 EDT 2017

I am pleased to announce the 1.0.2 release of libqb

This is mainly a bug-fix release to 1.0.1. There is one new feature
added and that is the option to use filesystem sockets (as opposed to
the more usual abstract sockets) on Linux.

    CI: make travis watch for the issue
    CI: travis: fix dh -> du + add "lsblk -f" diagnostics
    tests: better diagnose test_max_dgram_size test failures
    Fix typos: synchonization -> synchronization, paramaters -> parameters
    configure: help string cleanup
    configure: LTLIBOBJS is also a Make variable
    configure: restrict -ldl to where it's actually needed
    configure: restrict pthreads to where it's actually needed
    configure: restrict socket lib to where it's actually needed
    configure: restrict -nsl lib to where it's actually needed
    build: drop allegedly no longer intrusive syslog-tests opt-in switch
    CI: travis: fix du -> df and capture it also directly from test
    ringbuffer: Return error from peek if RB is corrupted.
    tests: Fix qb_rb_chunk_peek test so it's consistent with qb_rb_read
    loop: don't override external signal handlers
    loop: Also set signals changed in qb_loop_signal_mod() back to SIG_DFL
    doc: clarify thread-safety (or not) in IPC doc
    test: Fix random number generation in IPC tests
    Allow Linux to use filesystem sockets
    memleak: ipc_socket: properly dispose local-scoped strndup values
    memleak: ipc_socket: properly dispose inter-function strdup values
    build: follow-up on introducing custom m4 macros
    build: Require c99 language support or newe

Huge thanks you to all of the people who have contributed to this release.


The current release tarball is here:

The github repository is here:

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