Fri Oct 18 12:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Attempt to fix PLIST with default options.

Tue Oct 15 18:00:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Attempt to fix PLIST with default options.

Sun Sep 29 09:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.67. From the changelog:

[Changed]
- Add package statement to step files of core feature tests
- Move Executor from Test2::API::context() to Test2::Bundle::More
  (for pass, fail and done_testing) to fix seemingly random failures.
  Fixes #155.

[Added]
- Full support for package declarations in step files

Sun Sep 29 09:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 2019.9.26. From the changelog:

* Fix long blockquotes wrapping.
* Remove the trailing whitespaces that were added after wrapping list items & blockquotes.
* Fix memory leak when processing a document containing a ``<abbr>`` tag.
* Fix ``AttributeError`` when reading text from stdin.
* Fix ``UnicodeEncodeError`` when writing output to stdout.

Updating during the freeze for the bugfixes.

Sun Sep 29 09:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.67

Sun Sep 29 09:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated textproc/py-html2text to 2019.9.26

Sat Sep 28 18:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.660001. From the changelog:

[Changed]
- Add package statement to step files of core feature tests
  (causes tests to fail locally too now; hopefully cpantesters
   now lights up like a Christmas tree :-) )
- Dependency listing clean up
- Test2::API minimum dependency updated
- META.json generation -- now includes 'provides' as CPANTS wants

[Added]
- Full support for package declarations in step files
- Scenario descriptions are now included in output
- Support for multiple Examples per scenario
- Support for tags on Examples
- Support for description blocks in Examples

[Fixed]
- Harnass outputs 'Scenario' and 'Feature' instead of the actual
  keywords from the feature file (e.g. 'Szenario')

[Removed]
- Test files in t/old/ -- not run as tests

Sat Sep 28 18:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.660001

Mon Sep 16 03:45:06 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 2.001, noticed via repology. From the changelog:

Enhancements
------------

- Level 0 headings
- New command line options
- Table enhancements
- HTMLDOC support
- Improved LaTeX support
- HTML formatting enhancements
- HTML meta information and stylesheet support
- Stylesheet-friendly HTML generation
- Embedded documentation enhancements
- Miscellaneous stuff

Fixes
-----

Indented tables now work as expected, i.e. leading whitespace at the
beginning of the heading row is now accepted and remaining rows have
that amount of whitespace trimmed.

When generating txt output, leading cell whitespace now works as
expected. Previously, multiple spaces were converted to a single
space.

Attribute values containing ;; no longer have the whitespace around
the character sequence trimmed.

Internally, unhandled internal directives no longer produce a warning.
(As a result, it's now easier to extend things without "breaking"
existing drivers.)

When generating HTML, the HTML_PRE_SECTION is no longer prepended
unless a table of contents is generated.

Incompatibilities
-----------------

When HTML is generated, the default footer no longer contains a line.
To get the old behaviour, set the HTML_OLD_FOOTERS variable, e.g.

       sdf -2html -DHTML_OLD_FOOTERS ...

The HTML driver no longer uses special embedded comments to work out
where to put the table of contents.

The getcli macro no longer searches the include path: it just executes
the command.

Mon Sep 16 03:45:06 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated textproc/p5-sdf to 2.001

Sun Sep 15 16:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.64. From the changelog:

[Deprecated]
  - Mixing steps with comments is not allowed in Gherkin;
    support for mixing steps and comments will be removed in v1.0

[Changed]
  - Gherkin parser refactoring for readability

[Added]
  - Support for scenario descriptions: a block of explanatory text
    between the `Scenario:` keyword and the step lines

Sun Sep 15 16:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.64

Sun Sep 15 07:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 8.05. From the changelog:

- Fix GlobalProtect ESP stall (#55).
- Fix HTTP chunked encoding buffer overflow (CVE-2019-16239).

Sun Sep 15 07:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated net/openconnect to 8.05

Thu Sep 12 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 8.05. From the changelog:

- Fix GlobalProtect ESP stall (#55).
- Fix HTTP chunked encoding buffer overflow (CVE-2019-16239).

Thu Sep 12 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated net/openconnect to 8.05

Tue Sep 10 20:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Don't install *.orig. Ride recent import.

Tue Sep 10 20:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.62. From the changelog:

- Fix regression in 0.61 with `prove` plugin printing TAP on STDOUT

Tue Sep 10 20:00:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.62

Tue Sep 10 18:30:06 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Add and enable p5-sdf.

Tue Sep 10 18:30:06 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Initial import of p5-sdf.

SDF (Simple Document Format) is a freely available document development
system which generates high quality outputs in a variety of formats from
a single source. The output formats supported include PostScript, HTML,
POD, plain text, man pages, LaTeX, SGML, Windows help, MIF and RTF. If
the idea of specifying documents in a logical manner via a simple markup
language sounds appealing, SDF may be useful to you.

SDF documents are simple to create and maintain, minimising the time
spent on documentation. In particular, SDF directly supports the
creation and maintenance of large, on-line documentation systems
(including intranets) via centralised hypertext management and
rule-based hypertext generation.

Tue Sep 10 18:30:06 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Added textproc/p5-sdf version 2.001beta1

Sun Sep 8 08:45:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.61. From the changelog:

- Renamed Test::BDD::Cucumber::Harness::TestBuilder to
  Test::BDD::Cucumber::Harness::TAP for consistency with the
  other harnesses (which have output-based names)
- Add support for step functions using Test2
- Added documentation of availability of meta data defined with step
  functions for use by extensions to the Architecture manual
- Split dependencies by Runtime vs TestRequires

Sun Sep 8 08:45:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.61

Sat Sep 7 16:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 3.10. From the changelog:

* Catch and warn for invalid Content-Types
* Add a manually extracted list of config options to r2e.1
* Add a redirect post-process module
* Follow symlinks of datafiles
* Add zsh completion
* Add support for maildir
* Fix `r2e new` overwriting an existing config
* Add new `feed-name` and `feed-url` attributes for the `name-format` setting
* Change logging format
* Allow multiple SMTP recipients
* Fix SMTP security issues
* Fix test suite
* Drop support for Python 3.2 and 3.3
* Remove `__contributors__` from the `rss2email` module
* Stop using deprecated `html2text.unescape`
* Fix locking issues when data file is on NFS
* Add `same-server-fetch-interval` setting for rate-limiting fetches to a server
* Update setup.py to setuptools

pkgsrc changes: simplify GITHUB_*, from leot@.

Sat Sep 7 16:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 8.04. From the changelog:

- Rework DTLS MTU detection. (#10)
- Add Pulse Connect Secure support.
- OpenSSL build fixes (#51).
- Add HMAC-SHA256-128 (RFC4868) support for ESP.
- Support IPv6 in ESP.
- Translate user-visible strings from openconnect_get_supported_protocols().
- Fix proxy username/password handling to allow special characters
  and escaping.

Sat Sep 7 16:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated mail/rss2email to 3.10

Sat Sep 7 16:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated net/openconnect to 8.04

Thu Sep 5 06:30:08 2019 schmonz (ikiwiki commits)
Fix inverted footnote config with MultiMarkdown.

Bug spotted and fix from Giuseppe Bilotta <giuseppe.bilotta@gmail.com>.

Extend mdwn tests to cover MultiMarkdown, where applicable.

Thu Sep 5 06:30:08 2019 schmonz (ikiwiki commits)
MultiMarkdown footnote un-inversion: done

Wed Sep 4 14:45:03 2019 schmonz (ikiwiki commits)
Please test sudo-mass-rebuild branch on Debian

Wed Sep 4 14:45:03 2019 schmonz (ikiwiki commits)
Response: am trying sudo

Mon Sep 2 16:00:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Try to get more info from failing bulk builds.

Mon Sep 2 16:00:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.60. From the changelog:

- Added flag to make `pherkin` check for duplicate matching step
  functions to help debugging
- Added option to specify meta data to step functions and use it in
  extensions; minimally available meta data identifies the file name
  and line where the step function has been defined
- Cleaned up release procedure: 0.58 and 0.59 were sloppy, including
  additional files from the working directory
- Increase minimum Perl version to 5.10
- Updated languge support from Cucumber upstream repository, adding
  support for: Armenian, Aragonese, Asturian, Azerbaijani, Bosnian,
  Emoji, Irish, Gujarati, Georgian, Macedonian (Cyrilic),
  Macedonian (Latin), Mongolian and Tamil
- Documentation updates and (hopefully) clarification

Mon Sep 2 16:00:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.60

Sat Aug 31 23:30:04 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Replace unportable su(1) usage with sudo(8). Fix a few perl paths broken
in previous. Bump PKGREVISION.

Sat Aug 31 19:00:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Avoid rebuilding everything on install. Respect PKG_SYSCONFDIR correctly
in ikiwiki-mass-rebuild. Bump PKGREVISION.

Sat Aug 31 19:00:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated www/ikiwiki to 3.20190228nb4

Sat Aug 31 17:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Add and enable p5-Text-MultiMarkdown.

Sat Aug 31 17:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Avoid -regex, not available in OpenBSD find(1).

Sat Aug 31 17:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Markdown is a text-to-HTML filter; it translates an easy-to-read
/ easy-to-write structured text format into HTML. Markdown's text
format is most similar to that of plain text email, and supports
features such as headers, *emphasis*, code blocks, blockquotes,
and links.

This module implements the MultiMarkdown markdown syntax
extensions from <http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/>.

Sat Aug 31 17:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Added textproc/p5-Text-MultiMarkdown version 1.000035

Sat Aug 31 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Fix checksum on new patch.

Thu Aug 29 22:30:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
No need to support ruby22, from taca@.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Also TOOL_DEPENDS on gettext-tools, for autopoint during configure.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Apply previous fix to PHP5 as well.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Document config-fast-pkgsrc in README.pkgsrc, too.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Don't try to detect TERMCAP_LIB, let BROKEN_READLINE_DETECTION tell
us. Fixes at least Ubuntu builds. Tested on Ubuntu 16, NetBSD 8,
macOS 10.14.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Fix WRKSRC definition.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Missed in recent update: needs gettext.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Run self-test verbosely, to try to get more info from failing bulk builds.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Well actually ruby 22 and 25 both still install jquery.js.

Thu Aug 29 20:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
With the latest ruby updates, jquery.js is only installed for ruby22-base.

Wed Aug 28 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Reorder includes in PHP bindings to fix SmartOS bulk build error:
"/usr/include/locale.h:53:12: error: 'lconv' is already declared in this scope"
<https://trac.xapian.org/ticket/793>

Wed Aug 28 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Switch to new upstream, and apply its patch to work around html2text
having gotten rid of unescape(). Mollify pkglint. Bump PKGREVISION.

Wed Aug 28 16:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated mail/rss2email to 3.9nb3

Wed Aug 28 12:00:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Extend patch to a new function, re-fixing the Illumos build.

Tue Aug 27 19:00:08 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Can't reproduce the problem anymore. Remove MAKE_JOBS_SAFE=no.

Tue Aug 27 19:00:08 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Match PLIST to reality. Tested on macOS with ruby 22, 24, 25, 26.
While here, actually do REPLACE_RUBY. Bump PKGREVISION.

Tue Aug 27 19:00:08 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 0.58. From the changelog:

- Reap finished child processes in the `prove` plugin
  `TAP::Parser::Iterator::PherkinStream`

Tue Aug 27 19:00:08 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/p5-Test-BDD-Cucumber to 0.58

Tue Aug 27 19:00:08 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated textproc/ruby-xapian to 1.4.12nb1

Tue Aug 27 14:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Set PKG_SUPPORTED_OPTIONS to empty string by default. Fixes the
following on macOS:

ERROR: This package has set PKG_FAIL_REASON:
ERROR: [bsd.options.mk] The package has no options, but includes this file.

Tue Aug 27 13:00:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Mark MAKE_JOBS_SAFE=no, fixing build on at least macOS.

Tue Aug 27 00:30:03 2019 schmonz (notqmail commits)
Run alternate qmail-remote by setting QMAILREMOTE.

This is like the QMAILQUEUE patch, but for qmail-remote(8).

With this change, on a system wherein qmail-start's environment...

- has QMAILREMOTE set: it's invoked by qmail-rspawn(8) instead of
  "qmail-remote"

- has QMAILREMOTE unset: no change in behavior

A QMAILREMOTE program must take care to adhere to the qmail-remote(8)
interface. It can wrap the original, concluding its work by running
qmail-remote, or it can be a full replacement.

Supports goals: "Adding interfaces and seams, where needed, to make extensions possible"
Broaches non-goals: none known
Risks: none known

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Apply upstream patch to fix incorrect behavior in tcpserver and
tcpclient when an IPv4 address is given as the hostname.
Bump PKGREVISION.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Distfile changed in place, reported by Nathan Arthur in private mail. No
important diffs from 20190803110528 to 20190803131811. Set DIST_SUBDIR
and update checksum.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Drop -4 from qmailqread, no longer needed by ucspi-tcp6. Bump version.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Fix "include/boost/core/uncaught_exceptions.hpp.orig" missing from PLIST
by removing *.orig files at the start of do-install. Remove *.orig from
PLIST to match.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Mollify pkglint ($BUILDLINK_DIR is ambiguous): it's a Make variable.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Require latest ucspi-tcp6 for IPv4 fixes. Bump PKGREVISION.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Require latest ucspi-tcp6 for IPv4 fixes. Bump version.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Try to fix bulk-build PLIST problems I can't reproduce.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update from netqmail 1.06 (2007) to notqmail 1.07 (just released). From
the changelog:

- code: remove incorrect usage of vfork()
- code: detect and prefer utmpx where available
- code: removed idedit, install-big. var-qmail packages are no more
- portability problem: explicitly initialize strerr_sys and
  define BIND_8_COMPAT to work around Mac OS X
- code: add instchown to set ownership and mode on installed files
- code: add instpackage to install without root access
- doc: rename INSTALL, SENDMAIL to INSTALL.md, SENDMAIL.md to
  support building on case-insensitive filesystems
- code: lookup uid/gid at runtime
- code: use DESTDIR environment variable as root directory in install

pkgsrc changes:

- If hostname isn't FQDN, config-fast-pkgsrc wouldn't produce a working
  config, so don't run it; tell user what to do instead
- Stage QMAIL_QUEUE_DIR into DESTDIR/tmp, to be more obvious that it's
  not being packaged up (and is not how a queue gets created at
  pkg_add time)
- Drop custom destdir, qbiffutmpx, and Darwin patches
- Rebase TLS-onlyremote, QMAILREMOTE, and SRS patches
- Require latest ucspi-ssl and ucspi-tcp6 for IPv4 fixes
- Move MESSAGE.tls to README.tls, and remove other MESSAGE*
- Set PKG_HOME even for non-default values of QMAIL_ALIAS_USER
- Check whether alias/.qmail-foo exist before trying to remove

Bump PKGREVISION.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 1.3. From the changelog:

- Added ability to store accumulated processing time into DB_GEN_STATS tcb
  file via '--accumulated-time' command line option.
- Added additional Apache status codes to the list.
- Added a few feed readers to the list.
- Added 'Android 8 Oreo' to the list of OSs.
- Added 'Android Pie 9' to the list of OSs.
- Added --anonymize-ip command line option to anonymize ip addresses.
- Added --browsers-file command line option to load a list of crawlers from a
  text file.
- Added byte unit (PiB) to C formatter and refactored code.
- Added byte unit (PiB) to JS formatter.
- Added Chinese translation (i18n).
- Added French translation (i18n).
- Added '%h' date specifier to the allowed date character specifiers.
- Added "HeadlessChrome" to the list of browsers.
- Added --hide-referer command line option to hide referers from report.
- Added HTTP status code 429 (TOO MANY REQUESTS).
- Added IGNORE_LEVEL_PANEL and IGNORE_LEVEL_REQ definitions.
- Added --ignore-referer-report command line option to hide referers from
  output.
- Added Japanese translation (i18n).
- Added macOS 10.14 Mojave to the list of OSs.
- Added "Mastodon" user-agent to the list of crawlers/unix-like.
- Added new fontawesome icons and use angle arrows in HTML paging.
- Added new purple theme to HTML report and default to it.
- Added --no-parsing-spinner command line option to switch off parsing
  spinner.
- Added .ogv and ogg static file extension (ogg video, Ogg Vorbis audio).
- Added OS X version numbers when outputting with --real-os.
- Added parsing mechanism in an attempt capture more bots and to include
  unspecified bots/crawlers.
- Added --pidfile command line option to the default config file.
- Added Spanish translation (i18n).
- Added SSL support for Docker goaccess build.
- Added support to the WebSocket server for openssl-1.1*.
- Added the ability to show/hide a chart per panel in the HTML report.
- Added transparency to the navigation bar of the HTML report.
- Added "WhatsApp" user-agent to the list of crawlers.
- Changed default db folder so it adds the process id (PID). --db-path is
  required now when using --load-from-disk.
- Changed Dockerfile to build from the current source.
- Changed 'hits' to be right-aligned on TUI.
- Changed to use faster slide animations on HTML report.
- Changed wording from 'Bandwidth' to the proper term 'Tx. Amount'.
- Ensure database filenames used by btree are less predictable.
- Ensure HTML templates, CSS and JS files are minified when outputting
  report.
- Ensure key phrases from Google are added even when https is used.
- Ensure live report updates data & charts if tab/document has focus.
- Ensure multiple 'Yandex' crawlers are properly parsed.
- Ensure Safari has priority over most crawlers except the ones that are
  known to have it.
- Ensure the request protocol on its own is properly parsed.
- Ensure the right number of tests are performed against the given log.
- Ensure user configuration is parsed first when available.
- Ensure wss:// is used when connecting via HTTPS.
- Ensure XFF parser takes into account escaped braces.
- Fixed a regression where fifo-in/out would fail with ENXIO.
- Fixed a regression where it would return EXIT_FAILURE on an empty log.
- Fixed a (ssh) pipeline problem with fgetline()/fgets() when there is a race
  for data on stdin.
- Fixed broken X-Forwarded-For (XFF) %~ specifier in certain parsing cases.
- Fixed conf.filenames duplication problem if logs are via pipe.
- Fixed float percent value on JSON/HTML output for locales using decimal comma.
- Fixed issue where it was not possible to establish a Web Socket connection
  when attempting to parse and extract HTTP method.
- Fixed issue where log formats with pipe delimiter were not propely parsed.
- Fixed memory leak after config file path has been set (housekeeping).
- Fixed memory leak when adding host to holder introduced in c052d1ea.
- Fixed possible memory leak when hiding specific referrers.
- Fixed several JS jshint warnings.
- Fixed sudo installs on TravisCI.
- Fixed UNDEFINED time range in HTML report when VISITORS panel was ignored.
- Fixed unnecessary closing span tags from template.
- Fixed use-after-free when two color items were found on color_list.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 2019.8.11. From the changelog:

* Add support for wrapping list items.
* Fix #201: handle &lrm;/&rlm; marks mid-text within stressed tags or
  right after stressed tags.
* Feature #213: ``images_as_html`` config option to always generate an
  ``img`` html tag. preserves "height", "width" and "alt" if possible.
* Remove support for end-of-life Pythons. Now requires Python 2.7 or 3.4+.
* Remove support for retrieving HTML over the network.
* Add ``__main__.py`` module to allow running the CLI using
  ``python -m html2text ...``.
* Fix #238: correct spacing when a HTML entity follows a non-stressed
  tags which follow a stressed tag.
* Remove unused or deprecated:
  * ``html2text.compat.escape()``
  * ``html2text.config.RE_UNESCAPE``
  * ``html2text.HTML2Text.replaceEntities()``
  * ``html2text.HTML2Text.unescape()``
  * ``html2text.unescape()``
* Fix #208: handle LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK after a stressed tag.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 5.14. From the changelog:

- remove socket setblocking() calls which should be no longer needed,
  and which may have caused hangups. Thanks: Viacheslav Chimishuk.
- correct version number string in error message. Thanks: Piet
  van Oostrum.

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated mail/getmail to 5.14

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated mail/qmail to 1.03nb46

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated mail/qmail-run to 20190819

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated net/ucspi-ssl to 0.999.10.11nb2

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated net/ucspi-tcp6 to 1.10.7nb1

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated sysutils/daemontools-run to 20190819

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated textproc/py-html2text to 2019.8.11

Sat Aug 24 23:15:05 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated www/goaccess to 1.3

Tue Aug 6 15:00:07 2019 schmonz (notqmail commits)
Fix the non-compiling utmp case, found on OpenBSD.

By not having build-tested with utmp, I made two easy mistakes:

(1) In file included from qbiff.c:3:
    ./qtmp.h:15:5: error: unknown type name 'substdio'
        substdio ssutmp; \
        ^
    ./qtmp.h:16:43: error: expected ';' after top level declarator
        char bufutmp[sizeof(struct utmp) * 16]
                                              ^
                                              ;

Mistake: missed a trailing backslash on line 14.
Fix: add it.

(2) qbiff.c:81:2: error: use of undeclared identifier 'fdutmp'; did you mean 'ssutmp'?
     UTMP_OPEN;
     ^
    ./qtmp.h:20:33: note: expanded from macro 'UTMP_OPEN'
        substdio_fdbuf(&ssutmp,read,fdutmp,bufutmp,sizeof(bufutmp))

Mistake: tried to get rid of fdutmp by checking open_read() directly,
not realizing fdutmp was still needed on the next line (!).
Fix: bring back fdutmp.

Fixes: 47baf7859ec511c4939fbf5b44e292bb60485aac

Mon Aug 5 16:45:03 2019 schmonz (notqmail commits)
Update docs: we're not netqmail, we're notqmail.

Mon Jul 22 15:30:03 2019 schmonz (notqmail commits)
Point SMTP HELP at notqmail's home page.

Sun Jul 21 23:00:10 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Update to 4.1.0. From the git log:

- apparently the Let's Encrypt test server is rejecting example.com emails
- added official python 3.7 support in setup.py
- fixed #226, start using POST-as-GET for GET requests
- fixed additional POST-as-GET
- addresses #205, a situation where polling may hang indefinitely
- Also accept critical SAN extensions.
- fixed #222, we shouldn't delete the challenge files on errors, but we
  should clean them up on success

Sun Jul 21 23:00:10 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated security/py-acme-tiny to 4.1.0

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Add and enable apenwarr-redo.

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Add and enable jdebp-redo.

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Initial import of Avery Pennarun's redo implementation.

redo is a competitor to the long-lived, but sadly imperfect, make
program. Unlike other such competitors, redo captures the essential
simplicity and flexibility of make, while avoiding its flaws. It manages
to do this while being simultaneously simpler than make, more flexible
than make, and more powerful than make, and without sacrificing
performance -- a rare combination of features.

The original design for redo comes from Daniel J. Bernstein. This
from-scratch implementation of redo is based on that design.

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Initial import of Jonathan de Boyne Pollard's redo implementation.

Daniel J. Bernstein's redo idea is a system for incrementally building
target files from source files. This is the redo implementation by
Jonathan de Boyne Pollard written in C++.

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Added devel/apenwarr-redo version 0.41

Sat Jul 20 18:30:07 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Added devel/jdebp-redo version 1.4

Fri Jul 19 23:00:05 2019 schmonz (notqmail commits)
Merge branch 'master' into qmail-showctl-bug

Tue Jul 16 19:45:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Don't conflict with sufficiently new libowfat.

Tue Jul 16 19:45:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
Install a few manpages to alternate names to avoid conflicting with libtai.

Tue Jul 16 19:45:03 2019 schmonz (pkgsrc commits)
doc: Updated devel/libowfat to 0.32nb1