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ANN: GNUMail & Pantomime 1.2.3

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: ANN: GNUMail & Pantomime 1.2.3
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 14:40:03 +0200
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New releases which combine many improvements collected in the past three years!

GNUMail <http://www.nongnu.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gnumail/index.html>and Pantomime found a home in the past years in the "GNUstep non-FSF" project on GNA. However, GNA shut down and the project was moved to https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gnustep-nonfsf. This move was time consuming, left the repository unavailable for weeks, but we were able to recover the repository with full history. The code is here http://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/gnustep-nonfsf/ .

During the move, Copyrights, Headers and Licenses were cleaned up. The X-Face code had no clear license and was removed. It is quite an obsolete feature anyway, I haven't seen it used since long time.

The MacOS version works quite well and we provide now both a PPC <http://download.savannah.nongnu.org/releases/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3-mac-ppc.zip> and an Intel <http://download.savannah.nongnu.org/releases/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3-mac-uni32.zip> binary. The PowerPC version works well on vintage Macs so you can use GNUMail on your trusty iBook or iMac!


 * Thanks to improved Pantomime, more names and addresses appear
   correct and not quoted
 * bug fixes in quoting and re-flow, which could lead to mails have
   missing text portions
 * Allow creation of mail filters from To and Cc addresses
 * Continued to reduce GNUstep specific code: EditWindow, Console,
 * Improved mail header view when resizing windows
 * Version check fixed and re-instantiated to work against nongnu.org
 * Fixed display of in-line attachment icons on GS
 * code clean-up, memory leak fixes, improved portability (FreeBSD,
   OpenBSD, NetBSD)


 * improved header parsing, recognizes better address formats, on the
   TODO list since many years
 * bug fixes in header and subject parsing which could lead to some
   mails not to load fully
 * speed improvements
 * code portability improvements
 * misc fixes


PS: in case of download issues, wait for your mirror to catch up or visit the Download area on Savannah.

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