Upgrade to 4.53, the latest version from our friends at UW. Several
bugs have been fixed, mostly in new options. Users of Pine are
encouraged to upgrade.
In addition to the version upgrade, I've overhauled the port. The most
significant change is that I'm now using the include version of the
c-client library, as opposed to the shared version used by the IMAP
port. The main reason for this is to stay current with the Pine
developer's view of the program. An additional benefit is that this
change will allow me to update the Pine port more rapidly, without
having to wait for the shared cclient port.
In order to avoid conflicts with the IMAP server port, I am now
compiling the pine binary static. On my system, this actually gives
the pine binary a smaller memory footprint. I've also adopted the
same option semantics that are currently in use for cclient. Namely
that WITH_SSL is now the default.
The other change of note is that I'm now installing the rpdump and
rpload binaries that let you save and load a remote pine configuration.
The Makefile has also been cleaned up, somewhat simplified, and made
more generic. The basic functionality should be the same.