Changelog for ruby2.1-rubygem-diff-lcs-1.3-16.14.x86_64.rpm :

* Thu Jan 19 2017 updated to version 1.3 History.rdoc removed upstream
* Wed Mar 23 2016 Force fixed timestamps for patched gems (bsc#916047)
* Mon Nov 10 2014 Renamed fix-interpreter.diff to fix-interpreter.patch- Added gem2rpm.yml - Fixed license list - Added patch again
* Mon Nov 10 2014 Added new ruby macros with gem2rpm
* Fri Nov 22 2013 updated to version 1.2.5
* Bugs fixed:
* Comparing arrays flattened them too far, especially with Diff::LCS.sdiff.
* Thu Oct 03 2013 conform license to conform SPDX
* Wed Apr 24 2013 updated to version 1.2.4
* Bugs fixed:
* A bug was introduced after 1.1.3 when pruning common sequences at the start of comparison. Paul Kunysch (AATTpck) fixed this in pull request 18. Thanks!
* The Rubinius (1.9 mode) bug in rubinius/rubinius#2268 has been fixed by the Rubinius team two days after it was filed. Thanks for fixing this so quickly!
* Switching to Raggi\'s hoe-gemspec2 for gemspec generation.
* Fri Apr 12 2013 updated to version 1.2.3
* Bugs Fixed:
* The new encoding detection for diff output generation (added in 1.2.2) introduced a bug if the left side of the comparison was the empty set. Originally found in rspec/rspec-expectations#238 and rspec/rspec-expectations#239. Jon Rowe developed a reasonable heuristic (left side, right side, empty string literal) to avoid this bug.
* There is a known issue with Rubinius in 1.9 mode reported in rubinius/rubinius#2268 and demonstrated in the Travis CI builds. For all other tested platforms, diff-lcs is considered stable. As soon as a suitably small test-case can be created for the Rubinius team to examine, this will be added to the Rubinius issue around this. == 1.2.2 / 2013-03-30
* Bugs Fixed:
* Diff::LCS::Hunk could not properly generate a difference for comparison sets that are not US-ASCII-compatible because of the use of literal regular expressions and strings. Jon Rowe (JonRowe) found this in rspec/rspec-expectations#219 and provided a first pass implementation in diff-lcs#15. I\'ve reworked it because of test failures in Rubinius when running in Ruby 1.9 mode. This coerces the added values to the encoding of the old dataset (as determined by the first piece of the old dataset).
* Adding Travis CI testing for Ruby 2.0.
* Tue Feb 12 2013 updated to version 1.2.1
* Fri Jan 25 2013 updated to version 1.2.0
* Wed Nov 30 2011 added provides: rubygem-diff-lcs-1_1
* Fri Jun 11 2010 use rubygems_requires macro
* Tue Mar 31 2009 initial package