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pinepgp65x-0.17.1-1 RPM for noarch

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Name: pinepgp65x Distribution: M&L Doors 3.1
Version: 0.17.1 Vendor: Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
Release: 1 Build date : Thu Oct 11 18:34:59 2001
Group: Applications/Internet Build host: m1.megaloman.sk
Size: 1295 Source RPM: pinepgp-0.17.1-1.src.rpm
Packager: Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
Url: http://www.megaloman.com/~hany/software/pinepgp/
Summary: Filters for Pine for PGP 6.5.x .
PGP 6.5.x filters for pine.

To use it run 'pinepgp65x-install' installation script in /usr/bin directory.

Provides

Requires

Copyright

GPL

Changelog

* Thu Oct 11 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.17.1-1]
  - Makefile.in: script making slightly reworked
  - README: added contributors
  - configure.in:
    - check for bash added - it is REQUIRED
    - other checks for REQUIRED items, if they fail, will cause configure
      to fail too (we can't continue if necessary stuff is not available)
  - pinegpgp.in, pinepgpgpg-install.in: path to bash detected by configure used
  - pinepgp.spec: summary and description updates
* Fri Sep 28 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.17.0-1]
  - C preprocessor used to "build" scripts
  - pinegpgp.in, pinepgpgpg-install.in: '#!/bin/sh' -> '#!/bin/bash' to make
    them work on Solaris too (Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck(at)hmc.edu>)
  - pinegpgp.in:
    - begin, middle and end horizontal rules used to make it more clear what's
      signed/encrypted and what's not
    - don't confuse Pine with errors produced by encryption backend while
      checking message (for example when messages is signed with key which is
      not present in keyring) - error is just reported to user
  - pinepgpgpg-install.in: changed '_LEADING("string")_' to
    '"_LEADING(string)_"' so also Pine on Solaris can use new pinerc
    (Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck(at)hmc.edu>)
  - README: added info about how are signed and/or encrypted mesasges
    displayed
  - Matt's patches removed from contrib while they were incorporated
* Fri Sep 28 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.16.1-1]
  - pinepgpgpg-install.in: added pinepgp-0.15.3-pineconf-parse-cleanup.patch
    from RedHat's pine RPM package to fix a potential issue with
    pinegpg-install (Tim Waugh)
  - README: added information about my new key
  - added Solaris patches to contrib directory
  - added gnupg-hany-public-key.txt to package
* Tue Jul 10 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.16.0-1]
  - README:
    - added info about my public key
    - added section "Other Resources"
    - TODO items for next devel version added
    - minor fixes and updates
* Fri Jun 08 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.15.4-1]
  - Makefile.in:
    - reworked install process so only required items are installed; thus
      no errors will be produced when installing filters which were not required
    - fixed missing exec_prefix
  - pinegpgp.in: removed "recode" sed command - looks like it is not necessery
    anymore
  - README: additions to 'TODO' section regarding S/MIME x.509
* Fri Jan 12 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.15.3-1]
  - pinegpgp.in: fixed "recode" sed command - it was dropping "r"s from
    decrypted and/or checked messages when using GnuPG support (try to drop it   
    in the future - looks like it is not necessery anymore);
    thanks to phuzzie <phuzzie(at)phuzzielogik.cx> for reporting it
  - documentation: updates and fixes
* Thu Jan 11 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.15.2-1]
  - added support for encrypting to multiple recipients
    (Jon Wilson <jon(at)netsw.co.uk>)
  - added encrypting to yourself to previous
    (Scott C. Wood <woody(at)netsw.co.uk>)
  - filter configuration in .pinerc changed so users which are upgrading
    HAVE TO run particular install script again
  - pinegpg: use sed instead of awk
  - changed temp directory: ~/.pinepgp; it is created by install scripts
    if it does not exists
  - README: updated and slightl;y restructured (Install and Usage part)
* Thu Jan 11 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.15.1-1]
  - filters are build from one source
* Thu Jan 11 2001 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.15.0-1]
  - autoconf used
* Tue Oct 03 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.14.0-1]
  - stable release
  - spec: %{_prefix} and Prefix: used
* Thu Sep 14 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  [0.13.2-1]
  - do not produce footer when there is no output from pgp/gpg to stderr when
    checking incoming message (i.e. decrypting and/or checking signature)
  - spec improvements
* Mon Mar 27 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - README: mktem RPM package URL added
  - README: information about change of bin directory rewritten (prefix or
    bindir used)
  - Makefile: default prefix changed back to '/usr/local'
  - scripts: /bin/bash -> /bin/sh
  - README: info about pine's compose-send-offers-first-filter
* Thu Mar 23 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - documentation extended
  - vendor tag added to spec
* Wed Mar 22 2000 Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
  - change back _BEGINNING to _LEADING in Pine display filters. I have realized
    that the -----BEGIN PGP [SIGNED] MESSAGE-- must be very first line in the
    signed and/or encrypted message, otherwise Pine call PGP/GnuPG to verify all
    messages containing this line, which is bad e.g. for replies containing
    this line somewhere in the middle of the message body. PGP/GnuPG
    displays only verified/decrypted part of the message, not whole, and it
    complains that the signature is bad. Surely.
  - requirements slightly corrected
  - pinepgpgpg-install attributes fixed
* Tue Mar 21 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - added PGP 6.5.x filter
    (Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>)
  - requirement od pinegpg changed: openpgp -> gnupg
* Tue Mar 21 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - added Url to spec
  - split package into more parts based on crypto tool used; also
    dependencies added to new packages
    (Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>)
  - added documentation
  - 'make tarball', 'make rebuild' and 'make clean'
  - pinepgp50 renamed to pinepgp5x so it is more "obvious" that even PGP 5.5
    works (Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>)
  - 'make install-pgp26x', 'make install-pgp5x' and 'make install-gpg'
* Fri Mar 17 2000 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - package summary info corrections
  - spec: %make -> %build
* Fri Mar 17 2000 Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
  - everything - scripts and links to them - is packed in tar.gz archive
    so it's transportable to other systems, not only for those with RPM.
  - change of this spec file to reflect new format.
* Thu Mar 16 2000 Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
  - release 0.11-3
  - change of _LEADING to _BEGINNING in the Pine display filter definitions,
    it should work with mails where -----BEGIN PGP ... is not the first
    whitespace line (see Pine help for details)
  - fix of pinepgp{26x,50}-install script - sed expression was enclosed in
    quotes (') and thus shell variabled were not evaluated. Not it is enclosed
    in double qoutes (") and it's ok; $PGPVER variable was not set sometime,
    there was problem with 'case' evaluation, '*' at the beginning of program
    names was missing and the line was matched only when $0 was exactly the
    same as the program name.
* Thu Mar 16 2000 Martin Edas Edlman <edlman(at)dzungle.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
  - release 0.11-2
  - fix of this spec file - after adding GPG, pgp50-sign+encrypt was badly
    linked
  - fix of pinepgp50 and pinepgp26x scripts. In 'case' structures there were
    wrong filenames to determine how the script was called.
  - links are done after install on final filesystem (hardlinks instead of
    symlinks)
* Sat Sep 11 1999 Peter Hanecak <hanecak(at)megaloman.sk>
  - added support for GPG
  - install scripts use full path to scripts
    (pine, according to tech-notes.txt, requires it)
* Sun Jul 04 1999 Peter Soos <sp(at)osb.hu>
  - Added pgp 5.0 support
* Wed May 12 1999 Peter Soos <sp(at)osb.hu>
  - Corrected the file and directory attributes to rebuild the package
    under RedHat Linux 6.0
* Fri Dec 25 1998 Peter Soos <sp(at)osb.hu>
  - Corrected the file and directory attributes
* Wed Jun 24 1998 Peter Soos <sp(at)osb.hu>
  - Using %attr to build the package as an ordinary user
* Tue Dec 09 1997 Peter Soos <sp(at)osb.hu>
  - Recompiled under RedHat Linux 5.0
  - Now we use BuildRoot

Files

/usr/bin/pgp65x-check
/usr/bin/pgp65x-encrypt
/usr/bin/pgp65x-sign
/usr/bin/pgp65x-sign+encrypt
/usr/bin/pinepgp65x
/usr/bin/pinepgp65x-install


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