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Package Nameacpica-tools
SummaryACPICA tools for the development and debug of ACPI tables
DescriptionThe ACPI Component Architecture (ACPICA) project provides an OS-independent reference implementation of the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface Specification (ACPI). ACPICA code contains those portions of ACPI meant to be directly integrated into the host OS as a kernel-resident subsystem, and a small set of tools to assist in developing and debugging ACPI tables. This package contains only the user-space tools needed for ACPI table development, not the kernel implementation of ACPI. The following commands are installed: -- iasl: compiles ASL (ACPI Source Language) into AML (ACPI Machine Language), suitable for inclusion as a DSDT in system firmware. It also can disassemble AML, for debugging purposes. -- acpibin: performs basic operations on binary AML files (e.g., comparison, data extraction) -- acpidump: write out the current contents of ACPI tables -- acpiexec: simulate AML execution in order to debug method definitions -- acpihelp: display help messages describing ASL keywords and op-codes -- acpinames: display complete ACPI name space from input AML -- acpisrc: manipulate the ACPICA source tree and format source files for specific environments -- acpixtract: extract binary ACPI tables from acpidump output (see also the pmtools package) This version of the tools is being released under GPLv2 license.
Built bykojiadmin
State complete
StartedThu, 02 May 2019 19:20:49 CEST
CompletedThu, 02 May 2019 19:20:49 CEST
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Changelog * Tue Jun 14 2016 Dean Nelson <> - 20160527-1 - Update to the latest upstream version of acpica as requested by RHBZ 1278038. - Refresh existing patches and add/delete ones to enable a clean build. * Wed Jul 15 2015 Dean Nelson <> - 20150619-3 - Remove acpitests-unix-20160527 directory from the build because it was a mistake that it was present and it complicated the fixing of the file permissions done related to RHBZ 1211328's requested rebase. * Wed Jul 01 2015 Dean Nelson <> - 20150619-2 - Fix the file permissions issue reported by rpmdiff related to RHBZ 1211328's requested rebase. * Mon Jun 22 2015 Dean Nelson <> - 20150619-1 - Update to the latest upstream version of acpica as requested by RHBZ 1211328. - Refresh existing patches and add/delete ones to enable a clean build. - Add missing return status checks after a few calls to AcpiDmDumpTable() and one to fopen(). * Mon Sep 29 2014 Dean Nelson <> - 20140926-1 - Update to the latest upstream version of acpica as requested by RHBZ 967963. - Refresh existing patches and add new ones to enable a clean build. - Fix build failures that start before and finish after midnight. * Wed Aug 06 2014 Dean Nelson <> - 20130823-8 - Fix script to properly set the number of BITS to 64 when run on a ppc64le system as requested by RHBZ 1125471. * Wed Aug 06 2014 Dean Nelson <> - 20130823-7 - Fix the dangling symlink issue for acpidump(1) and acpixtract(1) man pages that was reported in RHBZ 1074681. * Tue Jan 28 2014 Daniel Mach <> - 20130823-6 - Mass rebuild 2014-01-24 * Fri Dec 27 2013 Daniel Mach <> - 20130823-5 - Mass rebuild 2013-12-27 * Mon Oct 21 2013 Dean Nelson <> - 20130823-4 - Fix the four issues identified by RPMdiff that were reported in RHBZ 1017311. * Wed Sep 04 2013 Dean Nelson <> - 20130823-3 - Fix script to properly set the number of BITS to 64 when run on a s390x system. * Tue Aug 27 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130823-2 - Add in a copy of the GPLv2 text in order to comply with the requirement to always redistribute the terms of the license. * Mon Aug 26 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130823-1 - Update to latest upstream source. * Tue Aug 20 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130725-2 - Fix several rpmlint items (listed below) - Add versions to explicit provides for acpixtract, acpidump - Not all setup steps used -q - Setup executable test script ( differently - Removed unneeded commented out line with macros in it - Removed mixed use of spaces and tabs (all spaces now) - Corrected source URLs (upstream moved) * Sun Aug 18 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130725-1 - Update to latest upstream source. * Wed Jul 24 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130626-1 - Update to latest upstream source. - Move acpidump to acpidump-acpica so it be an alternative properly - Add basic man page for acpidump - Enable use of AAPITS tests during the check step * Sun Jun 02 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130517-2 - Correct an oversight: we provide an acpidump in conflict with the version in pmtools (which appears to be dead upstream) but had not made it an alternative before * Tue May 28 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130517-1 - Update to latest upstream source. - Remove acpica-tools-config.patch -- now in upstream - Remove iasl-signed-char.patch -- now in upstream - Updated debian-big_endian.patch - Updated debian-unaligned.patch * Mon May 13 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130328-1 - Update to latest upstream source. * Wed Mar 20 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130214-2 - Incorporate use of optflags macro in the build. - Remove extraneous rm -rf of buildroot. - Remove extraneous use of defattr in the files section. - Incorporate use of parallel make. - Remove extraneous use of the clean section. - Use simpler globbing in the files section. - Use simpler globbing in the install section. - Remove obsolete git notes from README.Fedora. - Remove ExcludeArch restrictions. * Mon Feb 18 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130214-1 - New upstream. - Remove most of the config file patch; still need to remove -m{32,64}. - Clarify the licensing; this source is dual-licensed and is being released under the GPLv2 as allowed by the original Intel license. - Redo the misc tests so they compare results properly. * Wed Feb 06 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-6 - Added a zero-fill to a date used in comparing testing results so that the comparison would be correct on days numbered < 10. * Thu Jan 31 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-5 - Simplify versioning scheme and revert to the original scheme in use by iasl, which is use the latest official tarball date (2013017) as the version and 1%{?dist} as the release, to be incremented for packaging and bug fixes as needed. * Wed Jan 30 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-4 - Do a little reset: go back to using just the original upstream tarball instead of the latest git; the snapshot approach was more complicated than needed. - Upstream tarballs split commands from test suites, so had to add the test suite back in as another Source: file. - Change versioning scheme to include the APCI specification level (5.0), the latest official tarball date (2013017) and a revision level (the .1 at the end) for packaging and bug fixes as needed. - Changed the License field to reflect the source tarball change; the release tarball is dual-licensed, Intel ACPI or GPLv2. - Updated patches to apply cleanly as needed. - Corrected Obsoletes and Provides version numbers. * Mon Jan 28 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-3 - Reconcile Fedora and Debian patches to be as alike as possible * Mon Jan 28 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-2 - Verify ExcludeArch restrictions -- the architectures excluded can have no use for these tools. Hardware support for ACPI is simply not implemented for them. - Corrected versioning to note this source came from a git pull. - Add License file as upstream has not yet provided one (and has not for many years). - Insert properly versioned Provides and Obsoletes for iasl. - Corrected files to use man.1* (vs man.1.gz) to allow flexibility in the compression being used. * Wed Jan 23 2013 Al Stone <> - 20130117-1 - Clone from the current iasl package, with the intent of replacing it - Update source to latest upstream - NB: ACPICA documentation would normally be included in a source tarball. But, since it is not clearly redistributable, it is not included in the source RPM for this package. - Build all ACPICA tools, not just iasl (and hence the package replacement) - Add in brief man pages - Set up acpixtract from this package as an alternative to the same command in the pmtools package - Run the check step once built