Commit d42b8fa6 authored by Simon McVittie's avatar Simon McVittie

NEWS

parent cc37dc85
D-Bus 1.10.3 (UNRELEASED)
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Enhancements:
• GetConnectionCredentials, GetConnectionUnixUser and
GetConnectionUnixProcessID with argument "org.freedesktop.DBus"
will now return details of the dbus-daemon itself. This is required
to be able to call SetEnvironment on systemd.
(fd.o #92857, Jan Alexander Steffens)
Fixes:
• Make UpdateActivationEnvironment always fail with AccessDenied on the
system bus. Previously, it was possible to configure it so root could
call it, but the environment variables were not actually used,
because the launch helper would discard them.
(fd.o #92857, Jan Alexander Steffens)
• On Unix with --systemd-activation on a user bus, make
UpdateActivationEnvironment pass on its arguments to systemd's
SetEnvironment method, solving inconsistency between the environments
used for traditional activation and systemd user-service activation.
(fd.o #92857, Jan Alexander Steffens)
• On Windows, don't crash if <syslog/> or --syslog is used
(fd.o #92538, Ralf Habacker)
• On Windows, fix various failing tests:
• On Windows, fix a memory leak when setting a DBusError from a Windows
error (fd.o #92721, Ralf Habacker)
• On Windows, don't go into infinite recursion if we abort the process
with backtraces enabled (fd.o #92721, Ralf Habacker)
• Fix various failing tests, variously on Windows and cross-platform:
· don't test system.conf features (users, groups) that only make sense
on the system bus, which is not supported on Windows
· don't call _dbus_warn() when we skip a test, since it is fatal
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· don't stress-test refcounting under Wine, where it's really slow
· stop assuming that a message looped-back to the test will be received
immediately
· skip some system bus tests on Windows since they make no sense there
(fd.o #92538, fd.o #92721; Ralf Habacker, Simon McVittie)
D-Bus 1.10.2 (2015-10-26)
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