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alpine-2.24-lp152.5.3.1 RPM for aarch64

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Name: alpine Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 2.24 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.5.3.1 Build date: Mon May 3 13:25:43 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Clients Build host: obs-arm-9
Size: 10446733 Source RPM: alpine-2.24-lp152.5.3.1.src.rpm
Summary: Mail User Agent
Alpine is a display-oriented email client that is suitable for both
the inexperienced email user as well as for the most demanding of
power users. Alpine is based on the PineĀ® Message System, which was
also developed at the University of Washington. Alpine can be learned
by exploration and the use of context-sensitive help. The user
experience is highly customizable through the use of the Alpine Setup






* Fri Jan 15 2021 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Update to release 2.24
    * A few crash fixes
    * Implementation of XOAUTH2 for Yahoo! Mail.
* Fri Oct 02 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Update to release 2.23.2
    * Expansion of the configuration screen for XOAUTH2 to include
      username, and tenant.
    * Alpine uses the domain in the From: header of a message
      to generate a message-id and suppresses all information
      about Alpine, version, revision, and time of generation
      of the message-id from this header.
    * Alpine does not generate Sender or X-X-Sender by default by
      enabling [X] Disable Sender as the default.
    * Alpine does not disclose User Agent by default by enabling
      [X] Suppress User Agent by default.
    * When messages are selected, pressing the ';' command to
      broaden or narrow a search, now offers the possibility to
      completely replace the search, and is almost equivalent to
      being a shortcut to "unselect all messages, and select
* Mon Sep 07 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Update to release 2.23
    * Fixes bsc#1173281, CVE-2020-14929: Alpine silently proceeds to
      use an insecure connection after a /tls is sent in certain
    * Implementation of XOAUTH2 authentication support for Outlook.
    * Add support for the OAUTHBEARER authentication method in Gmail.
    * Support for the SASL-IR IMAP extension.
    * Alpine can pass an HTML message to an external web browser,
      by using the "External" command in the ATTACHMENT INDEX
  - Drop extern.diff (merged)
* Sun Jun 07 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Add extern.diff.
  - Mark license texts as %license.
* Thu May 07 2020 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Update to release 2.22
    * Support for XOAUTH2 authentication method in Gmail.
    * NTLM authentication support with the ntlm library.
    * Added the "/tls1_3" flag for servers that support it.
    * Add the "g" option to the select command that works in IMAP
      servers that implement the X-GM-EXT-1 capability (such as the
      one offered by Gmail).
    * Added "/auth=XYZ" to the way to define a server. This allows
      users to select the method to authenticate to an IMAP, SMTP
      or POP3 server. Examples are /auth=plain, or /auth=gssapi,
    * When a message is of type multipart/mixed, and its first part
      is multipart/signed, Alpine will include the text of the
      original message in a reply message, instead of including a
      multipart attachment.
    * Added backward search in the index screen.
    * pico: Add -dict option to Pico, which allows users to choose a
      dictionary when spelling.
  - Drop /usr/bin/mailutil, it is not built by default anymore.
  - Remove alpine-pinepw.patch (merged upstream)
  - Add description files for patches 600-616. These live in a
    separate file because (a) upstream does not offer the description
    as part of the patch file, (b) redownloading the patches would
    nuke any added description due to <a>.
* Mon Aug 26 2019 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Add return-values.diff to unbreak build.
  - Use more macros for standard dirs in the build recipe.
* Thu May 02 2019 Reinhard Max <>
  - Fix initialisation of encrypted password store (bsc#1133597,
* Thu Nov 08 2018 Michal Svec <>
  - updated upstream URL
* Mon Jul 03 2017
  - imap is bundled with alpine since a while, so there is no need
    for imap-devel anymore (whose removal is planned for
* Tue Mar 21 2017
  - add chappa patch to add own rules (chappa-rules.patch)
  - add chappa patch to change from header (chappa-fromheader.patch)
  - add chappa patch to better justify paragraphs (chappa-fillpara.patch)
  - drop empty lint.diff
* Tue Mar 21 2017
  - New version 2.21:
      index format
    * New SMARTTIME24 token for index screen.
    * Added support for RFC 2971 - IMAP ID extension.
    * SMIME: Upgrade the default signature digest from SHA-1 to
    * SMIME: Turn off automatic signing and encrypting of a message
      when bouncing.
    * The complete change list can be viewed by pressing "R"
      in the Alpine main menu.
  - Updated "Chappa" patches to the latest version.
  - Obsolete patches:
    * alpine-no-add-needed.patch
    * chappa-ignoresize.patch
    * chappa-unixnullbug.patch
    * pico-stripwhitespace.diff
    * pine-nonvoid-function.patch
* Mon Apr 04 2016
  - Remove BuildRequires for libgssglue (via libgssapi provides),
    unused since krb5_gssapi is used.
* Fri Mar 04 2016
  - Remove timestamp from binary
* Wed Mar 25 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 2.20
    * Upgrade UW-IMAP to Panda IMAP from
    * S/MIME: Add screen to manage certificates.
    * S/MIME: Signatures are validated using the user's certificates
    instead of the ones included in the message. Behavior can be
    disabled by disabling the option "Validate Using Certificate
    Store Only" which is enabled by default.
    * S/MIME: add the sender certificate to the list of certificates
    in encrypted messages to make it possible for the sender to
    decrypt the message they sent.
    * S/MIME: Forwarding a message will include the signed part as part
    of the text and not as a multipart message, just as the reply
    command does.
    * Add support to selective expunge through a subcommand of the
    select-apply commands.
    * Pico: New subcommand of the search command, allows to reverse the
    direction of search.
    * Add /tls1, /tls1_1, /tls1_2 and /dtls1 to the definition of a
    server to use different ways to connect using ssl, for example
    {} will attempt to connect to at the
    ssl imap port (port 993) and establish a connection using TLSv1.
    These flags can be used in conjunction with the /ssl flag, the
    ssl flag is redundant. Conversely, however, the /ssl flag does
    not imply any of these flags; the /ssl flag means SSLv3 or, if
    not available, SSLv2 in the SSL port.
    * Alpine does not attempt to automatically reopen a collection that
    was not opened due to cancellation by the user. Instead, the user
    must try to open it explicitly.
    * Experimental: Write the content-type of a message in lowercase,
    as some non-compliant servers do not understand uppercase
    * Opening a folder updates recent count in maildrops (this
    already works for other types of folders)
    * Pico: Justification works without need of a predefined quote
    string. This allows justification of blocks of text that are
    indented with spaces.
    * Decode the name of attachment names, so they can be written as
    part of the description of the part.
    * Replace tabs by spaces in From and Subject fields to control for
    size in screen of these fields. Change only in index screen
  - Drop alpine-month_name-utf8.patch (solved differently upstream),
    drop alpine-mime-type-workaround.patch (merged upstream)
  - Add lint.diff to workaround new source code problems



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