Package Release Info

nmh-1.7.1-bp154.1.23

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP4)

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

nmh

Change Logs

Version: 1.6-bp150.2.8
* Fri Mar 06 2015 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Update to version 1.6
  * The NEWS file contains an increased number of changes; please
    read it for news
- Update home Url to point Savannah's project page
- Use download Url as source
- Remove depreciated AUTHORS section
* Tue Oct 22 2013 max@suse.com
- New version 1.5:
  * comp, forw, and dist now process all drafts through
    mh-format(5) and now support new command line arguments -from,
  - to, -cc, -fcc, and -subject.
  * Nmh's idea of the local mailbox is now configurable via a new
    profile entry, Local-Mailbox.
  * post now requires a ?From:? header in all message that it
    processes. All components files have been adjusted to include
    an appropriate ?From:? header by default. The release notes
    have more information on how this transition will affect
    users.
  * The -attach option is now the default for send (using the
    header Nmh-Attachment) and -attachformat 1 is the default
    attachment type.
  * Command editing and filename completion (via readline) is now
    available in whatnow
  * Support for using an external command to filter the body of a
    message through in mhl. See mhl(1) for more details,
    specifically the format keyword, the formatproc entry in
    mh-profile(5), and the -fmtproc switch for mhl and repl.
  * Preliminary support for improved MIME handling when replying
    to messages. Yes, a long requested feature has a solution. See
    the release notes and docs/contrib/replyfilter for more
    information.
- Obsoletes nmh-warnings.patch
* Wed Nov 23 2011 coolo@suse.com
- add libtool as buildrequire to avoid implicit dependency
* Mon Sep 08 2008 max@suse.de
- Bugfix release: 1.3
- Obsoletes nmh-64bit.patch and nmh-strcasecmp.patch .
- For more details, see /usr/share/doc/packages/nmh/ChangeLog .
* Tue Jul 15 2008 max@suse.de
- Adopted two patches from Debian to fix a segfault and several
  64bit problems (bnc#334176, bnc#347684).
* Mon Jul 02 2007 max@suse.de
- Mark /etc/nmh/* as config files (#285015).
* Wed Mar 28 2007 max@suse.de
- Update to version 1.2, which fixes a crash (#230763) and a
  performance problem (#230764).
- Fixed several compiler warnings (#232416).
* Fri Mar 23 2007 rguenther@suse.de
- add gdbm-devel and ncurses-devel BuildRequires
* Fri Jan 26 2007 ro@suse.de
- silence a compiler warning
* Wed Jan 25 2006 mls@suse.de
- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Mon Oct 03 2005 mmj@suse.de
- Update to RC4
* Fri Jun 10 2005 meissner@suse.de
- Use RPM_OPT_FLAGS.
* Tue Jul 06 2004 mmj@suse.de
- Install libexec helper binaries in /usr/lib/nmh [#42774]
* Fri Mar 26 2004 mmj@suse.de
- Add postfix to # neededforbuild
* Wed Oct 15 2003 mmj@suse.de
- Don't build as root
* Tue May 13 2003 mmj@suse.de
- Use %defattr
* Tue Feb 11 2003 mmj@suse.de
- Obsoletes and Provides mh -- not conflicts.
* Tue Jan 21 2003 meissner@suse.de
- make it build on ppc64.
* Thu Nov 28 2002 mmj@suse.de
- Update to 1.1-RC1
- Use BuildRoot
* Tue Sep 17 2002 ro@suse.de
- removed bogus self-provides
Version: 1.7.1-bp153.1.1
* Mon Jul 23 2018 bwiedemann@suse.com
- Update to version 1.7.1
- Add reproducible.patch to fix build date and hostname
  (boo#1047218, boo#1084909)
- Complete unification of network security support.  All network protocols
  have been refactored to use a common set of security routines.
  This means all protocols support all SASL mechanisms and TLS.
  TLS support has been strengthened to perform certificate name validation
  and to require TLS 1.1 as a minimum protocol.
  Also, all protocols can make use of the OAuth2/XOAUTH SASL mechanism,
  which is supported by Gmail.
- send(1) now supports adding switches to post(8) based on the address or
  domain of the email address in the From: header; this more easily allows
  users to support multiple identities.
- A generic facility for passing arguments to filter programs in repl(1)
  by use of the -convertargs switch.
- Native support for the manipulation of iCalendar requests; see mhical(1)
  for more details.
- See NEWS file for more changes