Andrew Schulman | 31 Oct 15:53 2014
Andrew Schulman | 31 Oct 12:33 2014
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[ITP] sitecopy

I want to maintain sitecopy for Cygwin.  sitecopy is in Debian:

https://packages.debian.org/stable/utils/sitecopy

setup.hint:

category: Net Web
requires: libintl8 libneon27 
sdesc: "Manage a WWW site via FTP, SFTP, DAV or HTTP"
ldesc: "Sitecopy is for copying locally stored websites to remote servers.
With a single command, the program will synchronize a set of local files to
a remote server by performing uploads and remote deletes as required. The
aim is to remove the hassle of uploading and deleting individual files
using an FTP client. Sitecopy will also optionally try to spot files you
move locally, and move them remotely. Sitecopy is designed to not care
about what is actually on the remote server - it simply keeps a record of
what it THINKS is in on the remote server, and works from that."

Package files:

x86:
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86/sitecopy/setup.hint
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86/sitecopy/sitecopy-0.16.6-1.tar.xz
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86/sitecopy/sitecopy-0.16.6-1-src.tar.xz

x86_64:
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86_64/sitecopy/setup.hint
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86_64/sitecopy/sitecopy-0.16.6-1.tar.xz
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/x86_64/sitecopy/sitecopy-0.16.6-1-src.tar.xz

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Andrew Schulman | 31 Oct 02:02 2014
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[ITP] discus

I want to maintain discus for Cygwin.  discus is in Debian:

https://packages.debian.org/unstable/utils/discus

setup.hint:

category: Utils
requires: python
sdesc: "Pretty version of df(1) command"
ldesc: "Discus aims to make df prettier, with features such as color,
graphs, and smart formatting of numbers (automatically choosing the most
suitable size from kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, or terabytes). If
you don't want Discus deciding the best sizes, you can also choose
your own increments, along with specifying the number of decimal
places you'd like to see."

Package files (noarch):

http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/setup.hint
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/discus-0.2.9-1.tar.xz
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex2/cygwin/discus-0.2.9-1-src.tar.xz

D. Boland | 30 Oct 18:41 2014
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[ITP] Sendmail 8.14.9

Hi group,

I intend to package the Cygwin version of Sendmail, version 8.14.9. 

category: Mail
requires: bash libdb4.8 libgcc1 libopenssl100 libsasl2_3 libwrap0 inetutils-server
m4  procmail tcp_wrappers cyrus-sasl cygrunsrv
sdesc: "The Mail Transfer Agent (mail server)"
ldesc: "General purpose internetwork email routing facility that supports many kinds 
 of mail-transfer and delivery methods, including SMTP, SMTPS (STARTTLS), SMTPA 
 (AUTH) used for email transport over the internet."

I've implementented the "alternatives" mechanism, so it can be installed alongside
other Mail Transfer Agents, such as Exim, Postfix or ssmtp.

http://cygwin.boland.nl/x86/release/sendmail/

Daniel

Yaakov Selkowitz | 29 Oct 14:42 2014

HEADSUP Maintainers: Stale packages on sourceware

Please find attached a list of old package tarballs which are not listed 
anywhere in setup.ini, meaning that they are not listed as a previous, 
current, or test package, and cannot be installed with setup.  These 
files consume a total of over 1.3Gib.

Do maintainers have any objections to these being removed?

Yaakov

x86_64/release/abook/abook-0.6.0.0+pre2-1.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/apache2/apache2-2.2.23-3-src.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/apache2/apache2-2.2.23-3.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/apache2/apache2-debuginfo/apache2-debuginfo-2.2.23-3.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/apache2/apache2-devel/apache2-devel-2.2.23-3.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/apache2/apache2-manual/apache2-manual-2.2.23-3.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/bind/bind-9.9.4-P1-1-src.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-9.9.4-P1-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-9.9.5-1-src.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-9.9.5-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-debuginfo/bind-debuginfo-9.9.4-P1-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-debuginfo/bind-debuginfo-9.9.5-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-utils/bind-utils-9.9.4-P1-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/bind/bind-utils/bind-utils-9.9.5-1.tar.xz
x86_64/release/binutils/binutils-2.23.52-5-src.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/binutils/binutils-2.23.52-5.tar.bz2
x86_64/release/binutils/binutils-2.24.51-2-src.tar.xz
x86_64/release/binutils/binutils-2.24.51-2.tar.xz
x86_64/release/binutils/binutils-2.24.51-3-src.tar.xz
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D. Boland | 26 Oct 18:47 2014
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[ITP] Sendmail 8.14.9

Hi group,

I intend to package the Cygwin version of Sendmail, version 8.14.9. 

category: Mail
requires: bash libdb4.8 libgcc1 libopenssl100 libsasl2_3 libwrap0 inetutils-server
m4  procmail tcp_wrappers cyrus-sasl cygrunsrv
sdesc: "The Mail Transfer Agent (mail server)"
ldesc: "General purpose internetwork email routing facility that supports many kinds 
 of mail-transfer and delivery methods, including SMTP, SMTPS (STARTTLS), SMTPA 
 (AUTH) used for email transport over the internet."

I've implementented the "alternatives" mechanism, so it can be installed alongside
other Mail Transfer Agents, such as Exim, Postfix or ssmtp.

http://cygwin.boland.nl/x86/release/sendmail/

Daniel

Yaakov Selkowitz | 20 Oct 13:09 2014

[SECURITY] gnutls, lzo2

Dr. Volker Zell,

A few of your packages are awaiting updates, some of which are
security-related:

* gnutls -> 3.2.19 [SECURITY]
* lcms2 -> 2.6
* libtasn1 -> 3.9
* liblzo2 -> 2.0.8 [SECURITY]
* neon -> 0.30.1
* openldap -> 2.4.40
* tzcode -> 2014h

Any chance you will be able to update your packages again soon?

Yaakov

Yaakov Selkowitz | 20 Oct 09:20 2014

Updated: p11-kit-0.20.7-1

The following packages have been updated for the Cygwin distribution:

* p11-kit-0.20.7-1
* p11-kit-trust-0.20.7-1
* libp11-kit0-0.20.7-1
* libp11-kit-devel-0.20.7-1
* libp11-kit-doc-0.20.7-1

p11-kit provides an API for loading and enumerating PKCS#11 modules.

This is an update to the latest bugfix release for the 0.20 stable
branch.

--
Yaakov

Andrew Schulman | 19 Oct 16:13 2014
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cygport improvements: upload, fish, src_prep_fini_hook

I've published several improvements to cygport on Github.  Each improvement
is in its own branch:

upload
  Adds the "upload" command: upload finished packages to cygwin.com.

fish
  Creates fish scripts in /etc/profile.d/*.fish.

src_prep_fini_hook
  Adds support for the src_prep_fini_hook() hook function, which runs 
  at the end of prep, after creation of the src directory. This seems to be
the only way to copy in complete files to the src directory during prep.
src_patch_hook() and src_unpack_hook() don't work for that, because they
  run before src is created.  (You could use them to copy files into 
  origsrc, but then the diff wouldn't appear in the cygwin.patch.)

  I find this hook essential for copying in extra files such as the
  CYGWIN-PATCHES directory, including README.Cygwin, during prep, and 
  having them reflected in the cygwin.patch. In .cygport.conf:

    CYGPORT_USE_UNSTABLE_API=1
    src_prep_fini_hook ()
    {
      cd "${top}"
      # copy in extra files
      if [[ -d extras && "$(ls extras)" ]] ; then
        inform "Copying in extra files"
        cp -a extras/* "${S}"
      fi
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Andrew Schulman | 18 Oct 02:52 2014
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Updated: bc-1.06.95-2

The bc package has been updated in the Cygwin distribution.
This is a minor update, a Cygwin point release, that includes the latest
patches from upstream, "latest" meaning mostly 3 years ago or more.

bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language. Syntax is similar
to C, but differs in many substantial areas. It supports interactive
execution of statements. bc is a utility included in the POSIX P1003.2/D11
draft standard.

Andrew E. Schulman

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To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.

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Andrew Schulman | 18 Oct 02:52 2014
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Updated: fish-2.1.1-3 [SECURITY]

The fish package has been updated in the Cygwin distribution.
New in this release:

* Multiple security fixes.  See the release notes for version 2.1.1 at
http://fishshell.com/release_notes.html .

* Add system directories to PATH.  fish now runs correctly as the user's
default login shell.

* Source /etc/profile.d/*.fish at start in login shells.

* Add dependency on bc.

This is a security update.  All fish users are strongly urged to upgrade.

fish is the friendly interactive shell. It's a Unix shell that focuses on
interactive use, discoverability, and user friendliness. The design goal of
fish is to give the user a rich set of powerful features in a way that is
easy to discover, remember, and use.

Home page: http://fishshell.com

Andrew E. Schulman

*******************************************************************

To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page.  This downloads setup.exe to your
system.  Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.

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