libpsl5 - Shared libraries for libpsl

Distribution: Mageia Cauldron
Repository: Mageia Core i586
Package name: libpsl5
Package version: 0.19.1
Package release: 1.mga7
Package architecture: i586
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 54.55 KB
Download size: 46.75 KB
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A "public suffix" is a domain name under which Internet users can directly register own names. Browsers and other web clients can use it to * avoid privacy-leaking "supercookies" * avoid privacy-leaking "super domain" certificates * domain highlighting parts of the domain in a user interface * sorting domain lists by site Libpsl: * has built-in PSL data for fast access (DAWG/DAFSA reduces size from 180kB to ~32kB) * allows to load PSL data from files * checks if a given domain is a "public suffix" * provides immediate cookie domain verification * finds the longest public part of a given domain * finds the shortest private part of a given domain * works with international domains (UTF-8 and IDNA2008 Punycode) * is thread-safe * handles IDNA2008 UTS#46



  • libpsl5 == 0.19.1-1.mga7
  • libpsl5(x86-32) == 0.19.1-1.mga7


    Install Howto

    1. Enable Mageia Core repository on "Install and Remove Software"
    2. Update packages list:
      # urpmi.update -a
    3. Install libpsl5 rpm package:
      # urpmi libpsl5


    • /usr/lib/
    • /usr/lib/
    • /usr/lib/.build-id/
    • /usr/lib/.build-id/5b/6b997b61c32c7be3c2d73b171832d574ead9ef


    2017-11-11 - wally <wally> 0.19.1-1.mga7 + Revision: 1176952 - new version 0.19.1 - drop patches from upsream - add publicsuffix-list requires for psl

    2017-10-11 - wally <wally> 0.18.0-4.mga7 + Revision: 1171003 - switch psl-make-dafsa to use python3 (with a patch from upstream)

    2017-10-11 - wally <wally> 0.18.0-3.mga7 + Revision: 1170989 - add patch from upstream to fix 'psl --print-info prints 0 for dist DAFSA'

    2017-10-11 - wally <wally> 0.18.0-2.mga7 + Revision: 1170962 - fix devel pkg requires

    2017-10-11 - wally <wally> 0.18.0-1.mga7 + Revision: 1170952 - update to 0.18.0 - import libspl (based on .spec from Fedora)