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Open Enclave SDK v0.17.5 Release
Open Enclave version 0.17.5 is released and can be found at:
Release v0.17.5 * openenclave/openenclave (github.com)<https://github.com/openenclave/openenclave/releases/tag/v0.17.5>
The Ubuntu 18.04/20.04 packages has been published to the production packages.microsoft.com APT repository.
The Windows Server 2019 package is available on nuget.org: NuGet Gallery | open-enclave 0.17.5<https://www.nuget.org/packages/open-enclave/>
Thank you so much to everyone in helping us drive and deliver this release! Please use our GitHub repo (openenclave/openenclave: SDK for developing enclaves (github.com)<https://github.com/openenclave/openenclave>) to report any issues that you may come across in your use of the SDK!
- Added MUSL time functions
asctime, asctime_r, ctime, ctime_r, ftime, localtime, localtime_r, strptime, timespec_get, wcsftime
- Fix bug with incorrect layout of thread-local sections (tbss and tdata). Previous releases of OE had a bug where these sections
will be laid out incorrectly in some cases where the tbss section had a lower alignment value than tdata section.
- OpenSSL is now built with threads support (with the dependency on the host). Note that the previous versions of OpenSSL are not suitable for multi-threaded applications.