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Installed fetchmail-ssl 5.8.1-1 (i386 source)

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Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 12:09:35 -0300
Source: fetchmail-ssl
Binary: fetchmail-ssl
Architecture: source i386
Version: 5.8.1-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org>
Changed-By: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org>
 fetchmail-ssl - SSL-enabled POP3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder
 fetchmail-ssl (5.8.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Auto-generated from the respective fetchmail package
   * The "it's time for the spring cleanup" release
   * New upstream source
     - Nalin Dahyabai's password parsing and authentication fixes.
     - Golden brand (5.8.0)
   * New upstream gettext 0.10.36 used instead of fetchmail upstream's.  From
     now on, Debian builds will always include the newest Debian packaged
     version of gettext in the package source, just in case (we do not use
     it, though)
   * Build tweaks: to make sure new gettext will work, debian/rules clean now
     adds execute permissions to all files that should have them, instead of
     trusting the upstream tarball
   * Switch to debhelper DH_COMPAT mode 3
   * Kerberos build support in fetchmail is NOT sane. I don't have a very
     good way to test this stuff (and I don't think upstream can, either...),
     but I'll try to at least clean it up to the point of it building
     out-of-the-box using the multiple kerberos packages available in Debian.
     This probably #92793.
     - configure changes to properly detect and work with heimdal-dev,
       kerberos4kth-dev and krb5-dev. Do notice heimdal-dev does not provide
       kerberosIV compatibility in Debian, you need kerberos4kth-dev too if
       you need it (configure.in). Also, Heimdal builds *require* OpenSSL
       support (due to Debian's packaging of Heimdal).
     - rfc1731 seems to require kerberosIV support as far as I can tell from
       RFCs, and the imap.c code agrees with this. This means that now KPOP
       is only available if kerberosIV is as well. Do remember that GSSAPI
       does not require kerberosIV and will work in kerberosV-only setups
   * Fix typo in logcheck.ignore file (#93215)
   * Initscript fixed to not lie about fetchmail already running when it
     fails to start (e.g. due to bad DNS) (#93316)
   * Do not use the poll name when using "via localhost" unless it is
     a multidrop poll. (partialy addresses #92554)
 43deeac5b14f4abcb9d51e7f1257c2a2 727 non-US optional fetchmail-ssl_5.8.1-1.dsc
 eb76504e83d2bae98c630526664262ba 822015 non-US optional fetchmail-ssl_5.8.1.orig.tar.gz
 f686f05774c0c6ab50126ff5b72a3f57 129265 non-US optional fetchmail-ssl_5.8.1-1.diff.gz
 fe7690eb7782488a687bfab94ab34cb5 386064 non-US optional fetchmail-ssl_5.8.1-1_i386.deb

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