Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/doc
To: None <>
From: Stoned Elipot <>
List: pkgsrc-changes
Date: 08/11/2003 15:59:11
Module Name:	pkgsrc
Committed By:	seb
Date:		Mon Aug 11 15:59:10 UTC 2003

Modified Files:
	pkgsrc/doc: CHANGES

Log Message:
Note update of mail/mailcrypt to version 3.5.8.

Suggested by Greg Troxel <gdt at ir dot bbn dot com> in private mail.

Changes summary since 3.5.6:

Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.8:

 * mc-remail.el updated to support modern remailers (as defined by MixMaster
   version 2.9b33, on sourceforge). Closes most of SF#583330.

 ** the 'Subject:' header is now put in the ## section instead of the ::
    section, so remailers should copy them into the final message.

 ** Use Anon-To: instead of Request-Remailing-To

 * fixed mc-gpg.el to cache passphrases by keyid instead of name; this will
   help users who have multiple secret keys with the same name but different
   passphrases. Closes Debian #161691.

 * less noteworthy changes:

 ** added copy of GPL, since mailcrypt is distributed separately from Emacs

 ** Added unit test for anonymous remailer support. Encrypting through a
    basic remailer chain can now be verified, if you have python and
    py-gnupg installed.

 ** docs: updated 'finger' addresses for remailer lists again, since they
    keep moving

Noteworthy changes in Mailcrypt version 3.5.7:

 * Integration with the Mew mail client: added hooks to use in Mew summary,
   draft, and message buffers. Note that Mew handles PGP-MIME (RFC3156,
   "multipart/encrypted") messages by itself; this is just for traditional
   armored "in-line" encryption.

 * Gnus updates, now usable in summary buffer

 * Less noteworthy changes:

 ** Added a unit test framework. GnuPG decryption now has test coverage.

 ** GnuPG updates

 ** MH fix to handle latest versions of mh-e that use read-only message buffers

 ** Don't use hardwired /tmp directory, might fix some problems on NT.

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cvs rdiff -r1.3024 -r1.3025 pkgsrc/doc/CHANGES

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