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non port: mail/exmh2/files/patch-pgpBase.tcl

Number of commits found: 2

Thu, 24 Jun 2004
[ 04:20 bmah ] Original commit 
1.54 mail/exmh2/Makefile
1.21 mail/exmh2/distinfo
1.2 mail/exmh2/files/patch-pgpBase.tcl
1.2 mail/exmh2/files/patch-pgpPgp65.tcl
1.2 mail/exmh2/files/patch-preferences.tcl
1.2 mail/exmh2/files/patch-thread.tcl
1.20 mail/exmh2/pkg-plist
Update to exmh-2.7.0.

This release mostly consists of 15 months of bugfixes (some of which
were already in the prior exmh-2.6.3_3 port).  One new feature is a
spam filter wrapper ("Bayesian Spam Filter" in the new spiffy
preferences dialog).

Drop maintainership; I'm using IMAP-based mailers now.
Tue, 10 Jun 2003
[ 15:43 bmah ] Original commit 
1.52 mail/exmh2/Makefile
1.1 mail/exmh2/files/patch-pgpBase.tcl
1.1 mail/exmh2/files/patch-pgpPgp65.tcl
1.1 mail/exmh2/files/patch-preferences.tcl
More fun patches to make exmh work better:

1.  Replace old, out-of-control preferences dialog with spiffy, sorted,
scrolling preferences dialog.

2.  Better PGP 6.5 compatibility.

PORTREVISION bump to mark these changes.

Obtained from:  exmh CVS repository

Number of commits found: 2

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