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Uploaded fetchmail 5.9.3-1 (sparc) to ftp-master

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Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 21:47:41 -0300
Source: fetchmail
Binary: fetchmailconf fetchmail
Architecture: sparc
Version: 5.9.3-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian/sparc Build Daemon <buildd@sparc.debian.org>
Changed-By: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org>
 fetchmail  - POP3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder
Closes: 109796
 fetchmail (5.9.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * The "Upstream blues" release(s) :P
   * New upstream source
     + Make -D short option for --smtpaddress active again
     + Make sure IMAP capability checks are caseblind
     + Make sure suffix checks on akalists are properly caseblinded
     + All warning mail now has a generated date stamp
     + End of poll cycle is now logged
     + Sanity check now rejects SSL option if SSL support is not
       compiled in (Closes: #109796)
     + Mike Warfield's fix for using a combined SSL cert and key in a
       single file
     + DNS lookups moved to just before te mailserver socket open, so
       fetchmail now works OK even if started up without Internet
       access. HESIOD lookups moved just before the DNS lookups
     + Make sure the SICHLD handler is called when we run detached
       (this helps with the zombie issue in #95659, I hope)
     + Added FAQ item X8 on why mail sometimes gets an extra )
     + Thomas Moestl's patch to use querynames in UID files.
     + Timeout to deal with long socket closes (Sunil Shetye).
     + Move from RSA MD5 code to Colin Plumb's public-domain implementation
       (BSD classic license eliminated)
     + Rewrite strcasecmp() (BSD classic license eliminated).
     + Updated Danish po file.
     + Re-enable explicit bounce message on bad address.
   * Make sure .pot files are up-to-date. Will fix this for real in the
     next upstream version, after I know how ESR will fix this upstream,
     and what will come inside the upstream tarball
   * fetchmailconf: fix tuple in sock.connect for python 2.1. Thanks to
     Alain Tsio <alain@onesite.org> for the patch
   * fetchmailconf: disable gross hack from upstream. We do NOT want
     fetchmailconf to look for fetchmail in the current dir before it
     searches $PATH. I shudder at the bug reports from clueless users...
   * Fix problematic changes in 5.9.1-3 that caused POP2 protocol to be
     run without being requested
   * Make sure xgettext knows fetchmail uses GT_() instead of _() for gettext
     (someone in fetchmail-friends pointed the need to do this, but I lost
     his name somehow. Thank you, whomever you are). This actualy exposed
     a bug in gettextize
   * Update documentation on the _() to GT_() transition (sent upstream)
   * Version dependency on debconf due to seen flag
   * Fix typo in debian/copyright. Lintian rules!
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