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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 31 Mar 2003
[ 09:27 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.130 mail/exim/Makefile
1.44 mail/exim/distinfo
1.2 mail/exim/files/patch-src::dbfn.c
1.3 mail/exim/files/patch-src::rda.c
1.24 mail/exim/pkg-plist
* Update exim-4.12 -> exim-4.14:

  This is a maintenance release, but there are a few edge cases where
  backward compatibikity in the configure file was broken.

  While upgrading is recommended, administrators are encouraged to
  Update exim-4.12 -> exim-4.14:

  This is a maintenance release, but there are a few edge cases where
  backward compatibikity in the configure file was broken.

  While upgrading is recommended, administrators are encouraged to
  examine the README.UPDATING file in the distribution.

* Catch up to changes in the ports tree with respect to available
  OpenLDAP releases.  While backward compatibility is preserved,
  administrators may use WITH_OPENLDAP1, WITH_OPENLDAP20 and
  WITH_OPENLDAP21 for more fine-grained control of the OpenLDAP
  release on which to depend.

Submitted by:   Oliver Eikemeier <eikemeier@fillmore-labs.com>
Tue, 21 Jan 2003
[ 10:23 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.121 mail/exim/Makefile
1.1 mail/exim/files/patch-src::dbfn.c
Do not create missing DB hints files for read-only operations on them;
simply fail the lookup.

This prevents Exim from creating hints files that it can't use when
its DBM method is DB 1.85 (the default).

Obtained from:  author

Number of commits found: 2

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