Pillow 9.1.1 has been released on May 17, fixing a security issue:
Fixed upstream in 9.1.1Assignee:
Ubuntu has issued an advisory on December 13:
It fixes a new issue that is fixed upstream in 9.2.0.
python-pillow new security issue CVE-2022-30595 =>
python-pillow new security issues CVE-2022-30595 and CVE-2022-45198Status comment:
Fixed upstream in 9.1.1 =>
Fixed upstream in 9.2.0
Update python-pillow to 9.2.0
The build of the documentation is disabled.
Fixed upstream in 9.2.0 =>
urpmq --whatrequires python3-pillow
Before updating checked that Calibre was working. Installed paperwork.
paperwork involves scanning documents and OCR so too complicate to test just now.
Updated the packages and ran calibre under strace. Imported a PDF from local docs/books directory. Converted the document to epub 2 format. Selected an existing book from the Title menu and perused it.
The trace did not mention pillow so it is simply a coding resource.
Opened paperwork and looked at the internal documentation.
pagure seems to be a website.
nml appears to be related to nmlc,
"NMLC — A compiler from NML code to NFO and/or GRF files"
Played with OpenShot - imported a video and played it, added markers - working OK as far as I could tell.
im2pdf works fine.
$ img2pdf test.jpf > test.pdf
Generates a single page PDF document containing a high resolution copy of the image.
This should be enough.
An update for this issue has been pushed to the Mageia Updates repository.