|non port: mail/alpine/pkg-plist
Number of commits found: 6
Wed, 21 Mar 2018
[ 22:40 tobik ] |
mail/alpine: Update to 2.21.1
- Move to new master site. The old one is gone.
- The maildir patch is gone too, so remove the MAILDIR option for now.
- While here add LICENSE_FILE and fix plist
Submitted by: Alexandre C. Guimaraes <email@example.com>
Approved by: Marco Beishuizen <firstname.lastname@example.org> (maintainer)
Sat, 7 Mar 2015
[ 14:51 riggs ] |
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- Update to upstream version 2.20
While on it:
- Pet portlint
Submitted by: email@example.com (maintainer)
Sat, 22 Nov 2014
[ 18:42 antoine ] |
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Sun, 15 Jun 2014
[ 08:40 pi ] |
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mail/alpine: 2.00 -> 2.11, stagify'ed, portlint'ed, new master site
Big thanks to Michelle for the biggest part of the work in getting
the port to StageAge. Thanks for Marco to take over as maintainer.
Submitted by: Michelle Sullivan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: Marco Beishuizen <email@example.com> (incoming maintainer)
Sun, 5 Dec 2010
[ 07:51 dougb ] |
Remove CONFLICTS for the old pine stuff, it's been long enough
Fix the problem mentioned in the PR related to a feature of the port
that is useful, or dangerous depending on how you look at it. :)
If you run 'alpine -conf > file' it will merge in values from your
existing global conf file (/usr/local/etc/alpine.conf) and spit out a
new file with any new features added. The port used this feature when
I took it over, and I maintained that behavior because it is useful.
However, it is different from the traditional behavior of installing
a clean foo.conf.sample file, and maintaining foo.conf only if it
differs from the sample.
My solution to this problem is different than the PR's, but does not
involve patching the source. Using the pkg-install file and taking
advantage of the default behavior of the alpine -conf feature I have
created the best of both worlds, a clean .sample, and merging in local
changes if they exist.
Since I'm changing stuff anyway, do both sides of the process in a
more security-conscious way.
Bump PORTREVISION since the package is now different
Submitted by: Ganael Laplanche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fri, 21 Dec 2007
[ 10:39 dougb ] |
Add a port for Alpine the new (Apache-licensed) version of Pine.
Alpine is a screen-oriented message-handling tool for news, and POP, IMAP,
and local e-mail. In its default configuration it offers a limited set of
functions geared toward the novice user, but it also has a large list of
optional "power-user" and personal-preference features.
Alpine's basic feature set includes:
* View, Save, Export, Delete, Print, Reply and Forward messages.
Compose messages in a simple editor with word-wrap and a
spelling checker. Messages may be postponed for later completion.
* Selection and management of message folders.
* Address book to keep a list of long or frequently-used
addresses. Personal distribution lists may be defined.
Addresses may be taken into the address book from incoming mail
without retyping them.
* New mail checking/notification occurs automatically (configurable).
* On-line, context-sensitive help screens.
Alpine supports MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions), an Internet
Standard for representing multipart and multimedia data in email.
This is a master port for editors/pico-alpine
Number of commits found: 6
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