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offlineimap-6.5.3-2.1.2 RPM for noarch

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Name: offlineimap Distribution: openSUSE 12.2
Version: 6.5.3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1.2 Build date: Mon Jul 16 21:31:05 2012
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Utilities Build host: build34
Size: 1420026 Source RPM: offlineimap-6.5.3-2.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: Powerful IMAP/Maildir Synchronization Tool
OfflineIMAP is a tool to synchronize IMAP and Maildir mailboxes which is very
fast due to its multithreaded synchronization algorithm.  It offers several
user interfaces and is generally very configurable providing a great number of
settings for controlling its behavior, tuning performance.  Specifically, there
are several sophisticated and flexible mechanisms for determining the list of
maiilboxes to synchronize.  Furthermore, it supports internal or external
automation, SSL and PREAUTH tunnels, offline (or "unplugged") reading, and a
variety of esoteric IMAP features for compatibility with the widest variety of
IMAP servers.  OfflineIMAP is designed for safety in terms of avoiding the loss
of mails under any circumstances.






* Mon Apr 09 2012
  - update to version 6.5.3
    * --dry-run mode protects us from performing any actual action
    * internal code changes to prepare for Python3
    * improve user documentation of nametrans/folderfilter
    * fixed some cases where invalid nametrans rules were not caught
      and we would not propagate local folders to the remote
    * revert "* Slight performance enhancement uploading mails to an
      IMAP server in the common case.", it might have led to
    * revamped documentation structure, `make` in the `docs` dir or
      `make doc` in the root dir will now create the 1) man page and
      2) the user documentation using sphinx
    * -f command line option only works on the untranslated remote
      repository folder names now
    * some better output when using nonsensical configuration
    * improve compatability of the curses UI with python 2.6
* Sun Feb 05 2012
  - update to version
    * fix python2.6 compatibility with the TTYUI backend (crash)
    * fix TTYUI regression from 6.5.2 in refresh loop (crash)
    * fix crashes related to UIDVALIDITY returning "None"
    * make folders containing quotes work rather than crashing
    * remove the Gmail "realdelete" option, as it could lead to
      potential data loss.
    * improve delete msg performance with SQLITE backend
    * enforce basic UI when using the --info switch
    * beginning of a test suite
* Tue Jan 17 2012
  - update to version 6.5.2
    * user documentation is now integrated in
    * Gmail "realdelete" option is considered harmful and has the
      potential for data loss (see
    * rather than write out the nametrans'lated folder names for
      mbnames, we now write out the local untransformed box names,
      this became relevant since we support nametrans rules on the
      local side since only a short time
    * some sanity checks and improved error messages
    * revert change to use public imaplib2 function, it was
      reported to not always work
    * don't fail when ~/netrc is not readable by us
    * don't emit noisy regular sleeping announcements in Basic UI
* Sun Jan 08 2012
  - update to version
    * Fix possible crash during --info run
    * Fix reading in Maildirs, where we would attempt to create empty
      directories on REMOTE
    * Do not attempt to sync lower case custom Maildir flags. We do
      not support them (yet) (this prevents many scary bogus sync
    * Add filter information to the filter list in --info output
* Sat Jan 07 2012
  - update to version
    * Sleep led to crash ('abort_signal' not existing)
    * Make exit via 'q' key work again cleanly
  - changes in 6.5.1:
    * Fixed Maildir regression "flagmatchre" not found
    * Have console output go by default to STDOUT and not STDERR
    * Fixed MachineUI to urlencode() output lines again, rather than
      outputting multi-line items. It's ugly as hell, but it had been
      that way for years
    * Remove the old global locking system. We lock only the accounts
      that we currently sync, so you can invoke OfflineImap multiple
      times now as long as you sync different accounts. This system
      is compatible with all releases >= 6.4.0, so don't run older
      releases simultanous to this one
  - changes in 6.5.0:
    * CRITICAL bug fix release for 6.4.x series which had bugs
      potentially causing data loss:
    * Uploading multiple emails to an IMAP server would lead to
      wrong UIDs being returned (ie the same for all), which
      confused offlineimap and led to recurrent upload/download
      loops and inconsistencies in the IMAP<->IMAP uid mapping
    * Uploading of Messages from Maildir and IMAP<->IMAP has been
      made more efficient by renaming files/mapping entries, rather
      than actually loading and saving the message under a new UID
    * Fix regression that broke MachineUI
  - changes in 6.4.4:
    * Fix the missing folder error that occured when a new remote
      folder was detected (IMAP<->Maildir)
    * Possibly fixed bug that prevented us from ever re-reading
      Maildir folders, so flag changes and deletions were not
      detected when running in a refresh loop. This is a regression
      that was introduced in about 6.4.0
    * Never mangle maildir file names when using nonstandard Maildir
      flags (such as 'a'), note that they will still be deleted as
      they are not supported in the sync to an IMAP server
  - changes in 6.4.3:
    * add a --info command line switch that outputs useful
      information about the server and the configuration for all
      enabled accounts
    * Reworked logging which was reported to e.g. not flush output to
      files often enough. User-visible changes:
      a) console output goes to stderr (for now)
      b) file output has timestamps and looks identical in the basic
      and ttyui UIs
      c) File output should be flushed after logging by default (do
      report if not)
    * Bumped bundled imaplib2 to release 2.29
    * Make ctrl-c exit cleanly rather aborting brutally (which could
      leave around temporary files, half-written cache files, etc).
      Exiting on SIGTERM and CTRL-C can take a little longer, but
      will be clean
  - changes in 6.4.2:
    * IMAP<->IMAP sync with a readonly local IMAP repository failed
      with a rather mysterious "TypeError: expected a character
      buffer object" error. Fix this my retrieving the list of
      folders early enough even for readonly repositories
    * Fix regression from 6.4.0. When using local Maildirs with "/"
      as a folder separator, all folder names would get a trailing
      slash appended, which is plain wrong
  - changes in 6.4.1:
    * Indicate progress when copying many messages (slightly change
      log format)
    * Output how long an account sync took (min:sec)
    * Syncing multiple accounts in single-threaded mode would fail as
      we try to "register" a thread as belonging to two accounts
      which was fatal. Make it non-fatal (it can be legitimate)
    * New folders on the remote would be skipped on the very sync run
      they are created and only by synced in subsequent runs. Fixed
    * a readonly parameter to select() was not always treated
      correctly, which could result in some folders being opened
      read-only when we really needed read-write
* Sun Dec 11 2011
  - update to version 6.4.0
    * Various regression and bug fixes from the last couple of RCs
    * Refresh server capabilities after login, so we know that Gmail
      supports UIDPLUS (it only announces that after login, not
      before). This prevents us from adding custom headers to Gmail uploads.
    * Fix the creation of folders on remote repositories, which was still
      botched on rc2.
    * Implement per-account locking, so that it will possible to sync
      different accounts at the same time. The old global lock is still in
      place for backward compatibility reasons (to be able to run old and
      new versions of OfflineImap concurrently) and will be removed in the
      future. Starting with this version, OfflineImap will be
      forward-compatible with the per-account locking style.
    * Implement RFC 2595 LOGINDISABLED. Warn the user and abort when we
      attempt a plaintext login but the server has explicitly disabled
      plaintext logins rather than crashing.
    * Folders will now also be automatically created on the REMOTE side of
      an account if they exist on the local side. Use the folderfilters
      setting on the local side to prevent some folders from migrating to
      the remote side.  Also, if you have a nametrans setting on the remote
      repository, you might need a nametrans setting on the local repository
      that leads to the original name (reverse nametrans).
    * Documentation improvements concerning 'restoreatime' and some code cleanup
    * Maildir repositories now also respond to folderfilter= configurations.
    * New emails are not created with "-rwxr-xr-x" but as "-rw-r--r--"
      anymore, fixing a regression in 6.3.4.
    * When a message upload/download fails, we do not abort the whole folder
      synchronization, but only skip that message, informing the user at the
      end of the sync run.
    * If you connect via ssl and 'cert_fingerprint' is configured, we check
      that the server certificate is actually known and identical by
      comparing the stored sha1 fingerprint with the current one.
    * Refactor our IMAPServer class. Background work without user-visible
    * Remove the configurability of the Blinkenlights statuschar. It
      cluttered the main configuration file for little gain.
    * Updated bundled imaplib2 to version 2.28.
    * We protect more robustly against asking for inexistent messages from the
      IMAP server, when someone else deletes or moves messages while we sync.
    * Selecting inexistent folders specified in folderincludes now throws
      nice errors and continues to sync with all other folders rather than
      exiting offlineimap with a traceback.
  - changes in v6.3.4
    * Handle when UID can't be found on saved messages.
    * Support maildir for Windows.
    * Manual improved.
    * Added StartTLS support, it will automatically be used if the server
      supports it.
    * We protect more robustly against asking for inexistent messages from the
      IMAP server, when someone else deletes or moves messages while we sync.
    * Implement experimental IDLE feature.
    * Maildirs use less memory while syncing.
    * Saving to Maildirs now checks for file existence without race conditions.
    * A bug in the underlying imap library has been fixed that could
      potentially lead to data loss if the server interrupted responses with
      unexpected but legal server status responses. This would mainly occur
      in folders with many thousands of emails. Upgrading from the previous
      release is strongly recommended.
    * Begin sphinx-based documentation for the code.
    * Enable 1-way synchronization by settting a [Repository ...] to
      readonly = True. When e.g. using offlineimap for backup purposes you
      can thus make sure that no changes in your backup trickle back into
      the main IMAP server.
    * Optional: experimental SQLite-based backend for the LocalStatus
      cache. Plain text remains the default.
    * Start a enhanced error handling background system. This is designed to not
      stop a whole sync process on all errors (not much used, yet).
    * Documentation improvements: the FAQ wins new entries and add a new HACKING
      file for developers.
    * Lot of code cleanups.
    * Reduced our sync logic from 4 passes to 3 passes (integrating upload of
      "new" and "existing" messages into one function). This should result in a
      slight speedup.
    * No whitespace is stripped from comma-separated arguments passed via
      the -f option.
    * Give more detailed error when encountering a corrupt UID mapping file.
    * Drop connection if synchronization failed. This is needed if resuming the
      system from suspend mode gives a wrong connection.
    * Fix the offlineimap crash when invoking debug option 'thread'.
    * Make 'thread' command line option work.
* Sat Dec 03 2011
  - require python-curses to make BlinkenLights UI work out of the
* Sat May 28 2011
  - update to version 6.3.3
    * the -f option now works with Folder names with spaces when
    * improved documentation
    * increased compatability with Gmail servers which claim to not
      support the UIDPLUS extension but in reality do
    * implemented UIDPLUS extension support
    * SSL: support subjectAltName
    * use imaplib2 instead of imaplib
    * Makefile use magic to find the version number
    * Rework the repository module
    * Change UI names to Blinkenlights,TTYUI,Basic,Quiet,MachineUI,
      old names will still work but are deprecated
    * reworked the syncing strategy, the only user-visible change is
      that blowing away LocalStatus will not require you to
      redownload ALL of your mails if you still have the local
      Maildir, it will simply recreate LocalStatus
    * TTYUI ouput improved
    * refactoring and code cleanups
  - changes from 6.3.2
    * sample offlineimap.conf states it expects a PEM formatted
    * give better trace information if an error occurs
    * have --version ONLY print the version number
    * Makefile learned to build the package and make it the default
    * introduced a Changelog to involve community in the releasing
    * migrated documentation to restructured text
    * improved CustomConfig documentation
    * use single threading mode in debug mode exept for "-d thread"
    * allow UI to have arbitrary names
    * improved version managment and make it easier
    * introduced a true single threading mode
    * primitive implementation of SSL certificates check
    * use OptionParser instead of getopts
    * code cleanups and bugfixes
  - changes from 6.3.1
    * cProfile becomes the default profiler
    * UI output formating enhanced
    * code cleanup and bugfixes
  - changes from 6.3.0
    * netrc password authentication
    * user name querying from netrc
  - cleaned up specfile and improved summary/description
* Wed Dec 15 2010
  - update to from the offlineimap git tree
* Sat Jun 19 2010
  - Add a patch to fix the Python SSL deprecation warning that is
    always displayed on startup.
* Thu Dec 31 2009
  - update to version 6.2.0
    * removed imaplib2 which was the cause of numerous hang/crash bugs
    * removed IDLE support due to removal of imaplib2
  - changes in version 6.1.2
    * reduced memory usage when scanning Maildirs
    * bugfixes
  - changes in version 6.1.1
    * fixed minimum Python version
  - changes in version 6.1.0
    * order of syncing can now be specified
    * support for pre/post-sync hooks
    * option to only sync subscribed IMAP folders
    * support for forcing a sync through sending a signal
    * support for IMAP IDLE
    * support overriding keepalive by user if imapfolders set.
    * support /etc/netrc in addition to ~/.netrc
    * bugfixes
  - changed summary to silence rpmlint
  - build noarch package if supported
  - added rpmlintrc to fix bogus python-naming-policy-not-applied warning
* Sun Aug 09 2009
  - use new python macros



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