Bump rubyzip from 1.2.3 to 2.2.0

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@dependabot[bot] edited Gemfile.lock - almost 2 years ago
ruby-enum (0.7.2)
  i18n
ruby_dep (1.5.0)
rubyzip (1.2.3)
rubyzip (2.2.0)
safe_yaml (1.0.5)
sass (3.7.4)
  sass-listen (~> 4.0.0)

dependabot[bot]

@dependabot[bot] - almost 2 years ago

Bumps rubyzip from 1.2.3 to 2.2.0.

Release notes

Sourced from rubyzip's releases.

v2.2.0

  • Add support for decompression plugin gems #427

v2.1.0

  • Fix (at least partially) the restore_times and restore_permissions options to Zip::File.new #413
    • Previously, neither option did anything, regardless of what it was set to. We have therefore defaulted them to false to preserve the current behavior, for the time being. If you have explicitly set either to true, it will now have an effect.
    • Fix handling of UniversalTime (mtime, atime, ctime) fields. #421
    • Previously, Zip::File did not pass the options to Zip::Entry in some cases. #423
    • Note that restore_times in this release does nothing on Windows and only restores mtime, not atime or ctime.
  • Allow Zip::File.open to take an options hash like Zip::File.new #418
  • Always print warnings with warn, instead of a mix of puts and warn #416
  • Create temporary files in the system temporary directory instead of the directory of the zip file #411
  • Drop unused tmpdir requirement #411

Tooling

  • Move CI to xenial and include jruby on JDK11 #419

v2.0.0

Security

  • Default the validate_entry_sizes option to true, so that callers can trust an entry's reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaulted to false in 1.3.0 for backward compatibility, but it now defaults to true. If you are using an older version of ruby and can't yet upgrade to 2.x, you can still use 1.3.0 and set the option to true.

Tooling / Documentation

  • Remove test files from the gem to avoid problems with antivirus detections on the test files #405 / #384
  • Drop support for unsupported ruby versions #406

v1.3.0

Security

  • Add validate_entry_sizes option so that callers can trust an entry's reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaults to false for backward compatibility in this release, but you are strongly encouraged to set it to true. It will default to true in rubyzip 2.0.

New Feature

  • Add add_stored method to simplify adding entries without compression #366

Tooling / Documentation

  • Add more gem metadata links #402

v1.2.4

  • Do not rewrite zip files opened with open_buffer that have not changed #360

Tooling / Documentation

  • Update example_recursive.rb in README #397
  • Hold CI at trusty for now, automatically pick the latest ruby patch version, use rbx-4 and hold jruby at 9.1 #399 ... (truncated)
Changelog

Sourced from rubyzip's changelog.

2.2.0 (2020-02-01)

  • Add support for decompression plugin gems #427

2.1.0 (2020-01-25)

  • Fix (at least partially) the restore_times and restore_permissions options to Zip::File.new #413
    • Previously, neither option did anything, regardless of what it was set to. We have therefore defaulted them to false to preserve the current behavior, for the time being. If you have explicitly set either to true, it will now have an effect.
    • Fix handling of UniversalTime (mtime, atime, ctime) fields. #421
    • Previously, Zip::File did not pass the options to Zip::Entry in some cases. #423
    • Note that restore_times in this release does nothing on Windows and only restores mtime, not atime or ctime.
  • Allow Zip::File.open to take an options hash like Zip::File.new #418
  • Always print warnings with warn, instead of a mix of puts and warn #416
  • Create temporary files in the system temporary directory instead of the directory of the zip file #411
  • Drop unused tmpdir requirement #411

Tooling

  • Move CI to xenial and include jruby on JDK11 #419

2.0.0 (2019-09-25)

Security

  • Default the validate_entry_sizes option to true, so that callers can trust an entry's reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaulted to false in 1.3.0 for backward compatibility, but it now defaults to true. If you are using an older version of ruby and can't yet upgrade to 2.x, you can still use 1.3.0 and set the option to true.

Tooling / Documentation

  • Remove test files from the gem to avoid problems with antivirus detections on the test files #405 / #384
  • Drop support for unsupported ruby versions #406

1.3.0 (2019-09-25)

Security

  • Add validate_entry_sizes option so that callers can trust an entry's reported size when using extract #403
    • This option defaults to false for backward compatibility in this release, but you are strongly encouraged to set it to true. It will default to true in rubyzip 2.0.

New Feature

  • Add add_stored method to simplify adding entries without compression #366

Tooling / Documentation

  • Add more gem metadata links #402

1.2.4 (2019-09-06)

  • Do not rewrite zip files opened with open_buffer that have not changed #360 ... (truncated)
Commits
  • ecd641e Merge pull request #429 from rubyzip/v2-2-0
  • f42827e Bump version to 2.2.0
  • 040962a Remove unused error argument
  • 666fb8c Merge pull request #427 from jspanjers/refactor-decompressor
  • 0b9433c Add test for unsupported decompression, e.g bzip2
  • a5d068d Support Decompressor plugins
  • 2b72683 Define compression methods
  • 456bd4d Mimic IO#read return values in Decompressor#read
  • c66277d Rename Decompressor#sysread to #read
  • 00b525d Fix returned outbuf for Inflater#sysread
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