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lbdb-0.39-lp151.2.4 RPM for ppc64le

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Name: lbdb Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 0.39 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.4 Build date: Mon Dec 17 13:26:53 2018
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Utilities Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 328083 Source RPM: lbdb-0.39-lp151.2.4.src.rpm
Summary: Address Database for mutt
The Little Brother's Database (lbdb) consists of a set of small tools
that collect mail addresses from several sources and offer these
addresses to the external query feature of the Mutt mail reader.

To use the fetch address feature, put the following lines in your

:0hc | lbdb-fetchaddr

To use the database in mutt, put the following line into your .muttrc:

set query_command="lbdbq %{s}"






* Wed Dec 09 2015
  - Cleanup spec file
* Thu Jan 29 2015
  - Update to version 0.39
    * Use dh_autotools-dev (Closes: bdo#727289).
    * Update packaged autotools files.
    * Rebuild aclocal/autoconf.
    * Change debian/source-format to 3.0 (native).
    * Remove mutt-ja from Suggests, since this no longer exists.
    * Upgrade build depenency to debhelper (>= 9).
    * Change debian/compat to "9".
    * Complete rewrite of debian/rules.
    * Now uses hardening via debhelper.
    * Add $CPPFLAGS to $CFLAGS to really use hardening.
    * Upgrade to Standards-Version 3.9.5 (no changes).
    * m_vcf: Optimize missing names handling (Closes: bdo#624590).
    * Made debian/copyright machine readable.
    * m_abook: fix formatting (Closes: bdo#681526).
    * mutt-ldap-query: Add parameters for TLS and SASL_MECH (Closes: bdo#512074).
    * Mention user mutt-ldap-query configuration files in lbdbq(1) man page
      (Closes: bdo#534710).
    * Update ABQuery build mechanism
  - Remove obsolete AUTHORS section
  - Remove redundant %clean section
  - Do not package INSTALL file into doc directory
* Thu Aug 01 2013
  - new version 0.38
    * m_evolution: Try to evaluate the location of
      evolution-addressbook-export at runtime, since it is no longer
      available in /usr/bin since evolution
      (Closes: #583851, #598380).
    * m_vcf: Apply patch by Jamey Sharp <> to support VCF
      contacts without real name (Closes: #624590).
    * vcquery: Apply patch by martin f krafft <> to search
      in NICKNAME field, too. (Closes: #586300).
  - remove lbdb-0.32-evolution.diff
* Tue Feb 08 2011
  - Suggest perl(Net::LDAP) (bnc#669969)
* Wed May 19 2010
  - new version 0.37
    * Fix bashisms in m_bbdb
    * Fix query shell functions to catch non-zero exit status in case they
      get invoked in set -e context.
    * m_evolution: support line breaks and long lines.
    * Fix documentation concerning the quotes on lbdbq call
  - fix path to evolution-addressbook-export
* Tue Nov 03 2009
  - updated patches to apply with fuzz=0
* Thu Oct 02 2008
  - new version 0.36
    * Remove duplicate "See also: mutt" from
    * Update configure using autconf 2.61.
    * Apply charset conversation patch by Peter Colberg based on code by
      Tobias Schlemmer.
    * Remove duplicate declaration of $ignorant.
    * Handle mail addresses in mutt_ldap_query correct. Thanks to Colin
      Watson <> for providing a patch.
    * Mention ldapi URIs in mutt_ldap_query man page.
    * Protect "make distclean" by checking whether makefile exists.
    * Upgrade to Standards-Version 3.8.0:
    - Fix Homepage header in control file.
    * Add copyright holders to debian/copyright file.
    * Remove outdated override.Lintian.
* Fri Aug 10 2007
  - new version 0.35.1
    * supports ldaps
* Wed May 16 2007
  - new version 0.34
    * vcquery: avoid free() on unallocated memory if fullname is not set.
    * vcquery: Use value of concatenated N fields if FN field is missing.
  - fix hostname lookup if multiple domains are listed in resolv.conf
* Mon Oct 16 2006
  - new version 0.33
    * Add SORT_OUTPUT=reverse_comment to do reverse sort by the third column
      (most recent m_inmail timestamp at the top).
    * Comment out LDAP_NICKS in lbdb.rc because this should only be an
      example and if it is set there it overrides other LDAP settings



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