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Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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mail/libcmime: Lightweight C mime library

libcmime is a lightweight mime library, written in C. It attempts to
be a general library for parsing and creating mime email messages and
is designed to provide an easy to use and easy to integrate interface
for developers. libcmime is a pretty fresh project so the library is
still in beta state and there will be early and frequent releases.

WWW: http://www.libcmime.org/

PR:		ports/181158
Submitted by:	Axel Steiner <ast treibsand.com>

Number of commits found: 1

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