Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik | 2 Oct 10:56 2010
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Re-alpine 2.02 released

It's been over a year but a new release is out.

Version 2.02 is available to download from the project page.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2/download
http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2.sig/download
http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine.gpg/download

And as last year I'm asking for windows and mac users to provide a build
to distribute.

To distro developers. Does anyone use anything from the packages
directory(debian or alpine.specs or windows dir) if not I'll probably
remove that.

Regards
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Özgür Gökmen | 2 Oct 13:32 2010
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Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released

Compiled on Mac OS X 10.6.4. Includes three Unix executables, their man
files, and two aliases as before.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4593463/re-alpine-2.02.dmg

I have noticed that there is no change in build number and date:
User-Agent: Alpine 2.02 (OSX 1266 2009-07-14). Any particular reason for
that?

Özgür

On Saturday, 2 October 2010, at 11:56, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:

> It's been over a year but a new release is out.
>
> Version 2.02 is available to download from the project page.
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2.sig/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine.gpg/download
>
> And as last year I'm asking for windows and mac users to provide a build
> to distribute.
>
> To distro developers. Does anyone use anything from the packages
> directory(debian or alpine.specs or windows dir) if not I'll probably
> remove that.
>
> Regards
>
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Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik | 2 Oct 14:23 2010
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Re: [Alpine-info] Re-alpine 2.02 released

:2010-10-02T14:32:Özgür Gökmen:

> I have noticed that there is no change in build number and date:
> User-Agent: Alpine 2.02 (OSX 1266 2009-07-14). Any particular reason for
> that?

Well the build number is the svn revision and I haven't decided yet on
what to use for that. The date I haven't even looked into changing.
Seems somewhat redundant with the version.

Anyway uploaded and thanks.
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Tim K. (Gmane | 2 Oct 18:06 2010

Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released


What's new in 2.02? Could you please post the list of changes, even from 
2.00? I'm still on 2.00 and wondering whether I should upgrade.

Thank you

On 10/2/2010 1:56 AM, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:
> It's been over a year but a new release is out.
>
> Version 2.02 is available to download from the project page.
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2.sig/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine.gpg/download
>
> And as last year I'm asking for windows and mac users to provide a build
> to distribute.
>
> To distro developers. Does anyone use anything from the packages
> directory(debian or alpine.specs or windows dir) if not I'll probably
> remove that.
>
> Regards
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Start uncovering the many advantages of virtual appliances
> and start using them to simplify application deployment and
> accelerate your shift to cloud computing.
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Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik | 2 Oct 18:24 2010
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Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released

:2010-10-02T09:06:Tim K. (Gmane):

> 
> What's new in 2.02? Could you please post the list of changes, even from 
> 2.00? I'm still on 2.00 and wondering whether I should upgrade.

The 2.01 release was v2.00 plus all the changes thata were made to the
alpine source by the UW team. After that development completely died.

All the commits in 2.02 were either by the community(Thank you all for
the contributed patches and please keep em coming(look at the bug
tracker if you need inspiration) or by me(with help from Mark Crispin).

There is still an unmerged kwallet(needs testing as I don't use KDE at
all) branch and a dead in it's tracks gpgme branch(Vitus sent two mails
with how he is stuck about this).

2.02
Removed RFCs from the sources and replaced with a link to them
Fixes building on more recent MacOS systems - untested
Fixes folder collection behavior with dual-use mailboxes
Fixes for OpenSSL 1.0+
Fixes for OpenSSL
Fixes for BSD systems

2.01
Fixed non-ASCII web alpine handling
Added web alpine help.
Allow web alpine inbox on second IMAP server.
Allow web alpine config reset after bad inbox-path gets set.
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Mark Crispin | 2 Oct 18:41 2010

Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released

Congratulations.  This is an impressive effort.

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Tim K. (Gmane | 2 Oct 19:09 2010

Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released


Thank you very much for posting the changes.

On 10/2/2010 9:24 AM, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:
> :2010-10-02T09:06:Tim K. (Gmane):
>
>>
>> What's new in 2.02? Could you please post the list of changes, even from
>> 2.00? I'm still on 2.00 and wondering whether I should upgrade.
>
> The 2.01 release was v2.00 plus all the changes thata were made to the
> alpine source by the UW team. After that development completely died.
>
> All the commits in 2.02 were either by the community(Thank you all for
> the contributed patches and please keep em coming(look at the bug
> tracker if you need inspiration) or by me(with help from Mark Crispin).
>
> There is still an unmerged kwallet(needs testing as I don't use KDE at
> all) branch and a dead in it's tracks gpgme branch(Vitus sent two mails
> with how he is stuck about this).
>
> 2.02
> Removed RFCs from the sources and replaced with a link to them
> Fixes building on more recent MacOS systems - untested
> Fixes folder collection behavior with dual-use mailboxes
> Fixes for OpenSSL 1.0+
> Fixes for OpenSSL
> Fixes for BSD systems
>
> 2.01
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Gary E. Miller | 2 Oct 22:30 2010

Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released


Yo All!

On Sat, 2 Oct 2010, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:

> It's been over a year but a new release is out.

Excellent!

RGDS
GARY
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Yo All!

On Sat, 2 Oct 2010, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:

> It's been over a year but a new release is out.

Excellent!

RGDS
GARY
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Hisashi T Fujinaka | 2 Oct 22:42 2010
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Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released

Updated in fink (for MacOS X).

On Sat, 2 Oct 2010, Andra? 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:

> It's been over a year but a new release is out.
>
> Version 2.02 is available to download from the project page.
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2.sig/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine.gpg/download
>
> And as last year I'm asking for windows and mac users to provide a build
> to distribute.
>
> To distro developers. Does anyone use anything from the packages
> directory(debian or alpine.specs or windows dir) if not I'll probably
> remove that.

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Asheesh Laroia | 2 Oct 23:53 2010

Re: Re-alpine 2.02 released

On Sat, 2 Oct 2010, Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik wrote:

> It's been over a year but a new release is out.
>
> Version 2.02 is available to download from the project page.
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine-2.02.tar.bz2.sig/download
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/files/re-alpine.gpg/download
>
> And as last year I'm asking for windows and mac users to provide a build 
> to distribute.
>
> To distro developers. Does anyone use anything from the packages 
> directory(debian or alpine.specs or windows dir) if not I'll probably 
> remove that.

I definitely don't use your debian/ directory. I have my own that I keep 
in Debian's separate version control.

Maybe going forward, your release announcement can mention that 
http://packages.debian.org/alpine is how to find the official packages for 
current versions of Debian, and http://backports.debian.org/ has packages 
for old versions. That will encourage me to upload quickly, and also help 
people who are new to the Debian world find the official packages.

I'm a bit groggy, so if the above doesn't make sense, just ask me to 
explain myself. (-:

-- Asheesh.
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Gmane