|Category:||Fedora Local Security Checks|
|Title:||Fedora Update for nekovm FEDORA-2018-5d6e80ab82|
|Summary:||Check the version of nekovm|
Check the version of nekovm
Neko is a high-level dynamically typed
programming language which can also be used as an embedded scripting language.
It has been designed to provide a common run-time for several different
languages. Neko is not only very easy to learn and use, but also has the
flexibility of being able to extend the language with C libraries. You can even
write generators from your own language to Neko and then use the Neko run-time
to compile, run, and access existing libraries.
If you need to add a scripting language to your application, Neko
provides one of the best trade-offs available between simplicity,
extensibility and speed.
Neko allows the language designer to focus on design whilst reusing a
fast and well constructed run-time, as well as existing libraries for
accessing file system, network, databases, XML...
Neko has a compiler and virtual machine. The Virtual Machine is both
very lightweight and extremely well optimized so that it can run very
quickly. The VM can be easily embedded into any application and your
libraries are directly accessible using the C foreign function
The compiler converts a source .neko file into a byte-code .n file that
can be executed with the Virtual Machine. Although the compiler is
written in Neko itself, it is still very fast. You can use the
compiler as standalone command-line executable separated from the VM,
or as a Neko library to perform compile-and-run for interactive
nekovm on Fedora 28
Please install the updated packages.
Common Vulnerability Exposure (CVE) ID: CVE-2018-0497|
Debian Security Information: DSA-4296 (Google Search)
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