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bitlbee-3.6-2.1 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: bitlbee Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 3.6 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Sun Sep 12 03:12:33 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/IRC Build host: obs-arm-10
Size: 628852 Source RPM: bitlbee-3.6-2.1.src.rpm
Summary: IRC to other Chat Networks Gateway
BitlBee is a gateway between instant messaging and an IRC client.
With it, one's IRC client program can be reused and no extra IM program
will need to run.

This package comes with support for MSN, Jabber, Oscar and Yahoo, as well as
enabled flood protection.






* Wed Aug 25 2021 Johannes Segitz <>
  - Added hardening to systemd service(s). Added patch(es):
    * harden_bitlbee.service.patch
* Tue Jul 14 2020 Matej Cepl <>
  - Update to 3.6:
    - Removed msn, skype, oscar (icq/aim). For msn/skype use skypeweb, for
      ICQ use icyque. AIM is just dead.
    - Fix twitter (disable stream setting, set tweet length to 280)
      Note that users of 3.5.1 and older can re-enable twitter support by
      changing these two settings:
      account twitter set stream off
      account twitter set message_length 280
    - Add server-time IRCv3 capability
    - Large performance improvements for large contact lists
* Tue Mar 13 2018
  - Add explicit build time dependency on Python 3.x
    (fixes TW build)
* Sat Feb 24 2018
  - Use systemd default ("control-group") KillMode for service
    ("process" is not sufficient)
* Mon Jul 10 2017
  - Remove storytelling from description.
  - Command and comment cleaning.
* Wed Jun 14 2017
  - Drop the xinetd service from the package
    * We are switching to socket services, on this service it does
      not make much sense to actually enable it like that thus
      simply drom the xinetd binding
  - Remove always true version check
* Mon Feb 27 2017
  - Version update to 3.5.1:
    * purple:
      Fix crash on file transfer requests from unknown contacts.
      This was the result of an incomplete fix in the previous
      release and may result in remote DoS. Read the full security
      advisory at:
    * After some investigation we decided to reclassify a crash fix
      from the previous release as a security issue. Read the full security
      advisory at:
    * Included help.txt in the release tarball, which was missing in
      the previous release and resulted in adding python as a build
      dependency. The release tarball of 3.5.1 does not require python.
* Tue Jan 24 2017
  - Version update to 3.5:
    * ui:
      "chat list": shows a list of existing server-side chatrooms.
      With some protocols, this is often the only way to add new channels.
      See 'help chat list' for details.
      "plugins": lists the installed plugins and their versions
      Add 'nick_lowercase' and 'nick_underscores' settings.
      "handle_unknown" can be set per-account, not just globally
    * jabber:
      Add "always_use_nicks" channel setting, for non-anonymous MUCs (trac #415)
      See 'help set always_use_nicks' for possible side effects.
      Properly handle rejected file transfers
      Don't send parts in a chat if someone is still connected from other devices
      hipchat: support personal oauth tokens (manually generated ones)
    * twitter:
      Hide muted tweets / no-retweets, add mute/unmute commands
      Show full version of extended tweets (with slightly more than 140 chars)
    * purple:
      Support setting chat room topics
      Support for extra groupchat settings. Shows an error if any required ones are missing.
      Look for purple_ prefixed settings in "chan #... set"
      SIPE: persistent chats can be joined now, thanks to the "chat list" command
      and the above ("purple_uri" channel setting)
      Fix a file transfer crash bug (Mainly affected telegram)
      Honor protocol flag to not require a password (used in hangouts, telegram)
      Set the contacts' nicks to the %full_name for a few whitelisted protocols (hangouts, funyahoo, icq, line)
      LINE: added a hack to save its auth token, to avoid re-auth every time
      Show self-messages in groupchat backlogs (before join)
    * yahoo:
      Removed because they killed their old protocol on a two month notice.
      Use EionRobb's funyahoo purple plugin, or better yet, don't use yahoo.
    * Stuff for enterprise deployments:
      Locked down accounts, useful when pregenerating user config files.
      An account that is marked with the locked="true" attribute can't be removed
      and its username/password can't be changed.
      Locked down settings. Same as above, but for individual account settings.
      AllowAccountAdd setting in bitlbee.conf, to disable adding new accounts.
      PAM and LDAP authentication backends (not compiled by default)
    * For packagers:
      Enabled debug symbols in non-debug builds, disabled stripping by default.
      This is closer to the default behavior of autotools,
      and --debug=1 is mostly to set the DEBUG macro and disable optimization.
    * For plugin devs:
      Plugins should now include an "init_plugin_info" function which will be used
      for ABI version checking in the future.
      It's optional for now, but will be enforced later.
* Sun Jun 19 2016
  - Compact filelist
* Sat Jun 18 2016
  - Install devel files to be able to build plugins



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