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Commits on Sep 16, 2012
  1. Since the last update, this will not build without the wide-curses

    dholland committed
    option, so turn it on by default.
    The option should probably be removed entirely, as the code doesn't
    look amenable to a narrow-only build.
  2. Fix C++ type error.

    dholland committed
Commits on Jun 14, 2012
Commits on Jun 9, 2012
  1. Remove unnecessary patches

    adam committed
  2. Changes 0.90:

    adam committed
    * cone/gettext.C: gettext can't deal with literal ^Ds, so provide a
      workaround: "\\D" literal.
    * cone/cursesindexdisplay.C (drawLine): Misformatting of the date
      column in some locales.
Commits on Jun 1, 2012
  1. Tries to link with -lpcre, at least on Solaris, so give it pcre.

    dholland committed
Commits on Nov 22, 2011
  1. Fix build with newer GCC

    joerg committed
Commits on Apr 22, 2011
  1. recursive bump from gettext-lib shlib bump.

    obache committed
Commits on Nov 5, 2010
  1. Changes 0.84:

    adam committed
    * gpglib/list.c: Handle GnuPG 2 --with-colons output format changes.
    * gpglib/mimegpgfork.c: GnuPG 2 wants --batch when specifying passphrase-fd.
    * cone/cursesmessage.C: Strip off trailing CRs from original message
      that's being replied or forwarded (shown as trailing ?s on every line
      in the reply).
    * tcpd/ Check if explicit linking with libgpg-error is
Commits on Jul 1, 2010
  1. Fix PLIST

    joerg committed
Commits on May 18, 2010
  1. Changes 0.83:

    adam committed
    * cone/sgml/cone-folderindex.sgml (prompt): Mention the inn 2.5.x bug.
    * cone/myreferences.H (m): Fix NULL ptr deref.
    * cone/cursesmessage.C (nextLink): Fix wild pointer.
    * libmail/copymessage.C (fail): Fix segfault if fetching the contents,
      of the message being copied, fails.
    * cone/cursesmessage.C (reformatAddLine): Clear the entire struct
      to suppress warnings from valgrind.
    * gcc 4.5 portability fixes.
    * tcpd/libcouriergnutls.c (tls_connect): Fix bad call to
    Changes 0.82:
    * cone/curseseditmessage.C (getMarkedRegion): Portability fix (gcc 4.4.3).
    * all: Some code cleanup.
    Changes 0.81:
    * cone/spellcheckerAspell.C: Do not set "lang" and "encoding" to empty values.
    Changes 0.80:
    * cone/libmail: Link with libidn if this library is installed. Added
      getAddrAddr() and setAddrAddr() methods to mail::emailAddress that
      use libidn, if installed, to decode/encode the hostname portion of the
      email address.
    * The GNU IDN library is now required to build Cone
Commits on Mar 21, 2010
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg committed
Commits on Feb 27, 2008
Commits on Feb 20, 2008
  1. One second thought, just let "wide-curses" toggle whether or not we use

    jlam committed
    wide curses or narrow curses.  Cone will always need a curses library
    regardless, so if we're not using one, we're using the other.
  2. Update mail/cone to version 0.74. Changes from version 0.73 include:

    jlam committed
    + Add full DESTDIR support.
    + New "gnutls" option to select between using GNU TLS and OpenSSL.
      Default to "ssl".
    + New "wide-curses" option to select between curses and wide-curses
      displays.  Default to "curses".
    * Add/fix GNU TLS support in cone.
Commits on Jan 18, 2008
  1. Per the process outlined in revbump(1), perform a recursive revbump

    tnn committed
    on packages that are affected by the switch from the openssl 0.9.7
    branch to the 0.9.8 branch. ok jlam@
Commits on Nov 19, 2007
  1. Don't look for openssl or c_rehash binaries because cone doesn't

    jlam committed
    actually need them at all.  Add a "fam" option to cone which allows
    it to be notified by the OS about changes to local Maildirs.  Bump
    the PKGREVISION to 1.
  2. Sort options.

    jlam committed
Commits on Nov 13, 2007
  1. Import cone-0.73 as pkgsrc/mail/cone:

    jlam committed
    Cone is a text-based mail client.  Cone seamlessly handles multiple
    POP3, IMAP accounts, and local mail folders.  Cone is also a simple
    newsreader.  Cone's interface is foolproof enough to be used by
    inexperienced users, but it also offers advanced features for power
    users.  Cone also serves as a platform for development of a new
    experimental network mail access protocol, SMAP, that offers additional
    functionality not available with IMAP or POP3.
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