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e0e92c31228e3774cb2ea0557fa3fb31effc4741 — Kevin McCarthy 2 months ago 9138232 mutt-2-2-10-rel
automatic post-release commit for mutt-2.2.10
2 files changed, 221 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

M ChangeLog
M VERSION
M ChangeLog => ChangeLog +220 -0
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2023-03-25 13:03:39 -0700  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (9138232d)

        * Update UPDATING files for 2.2.10 release.

M	UPDATING

2023-03-13 18:24:31 -0700  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (33f8b7ce)

        * Update copyright notices.
        
        This is generated from the copyright-updater script, with manual
        updates for the main.c and documentation, and po files.

M	COPYRIGHT
M	background.c
M	buffy.c
M	doc/manual.xml.head
M	doc/mutt.man
M	main.c
M	mutt_sasl_gnu.c
M	po/bg.po
M	po/ca.po
M	po/cs.po
M	po/da.po
M	po/de.po
M	po/el.po
M	po/eo.po
M	po/es.po
M	po/et.po
M	po/eu.po
M	po/fi.po
M	po/fr.po
M	po/ga.po
M	po/gl.po
M	po/hu.po
M	po/id.po
M	po/it.po
M	po/ja.po
M	po/ko.po
M	po/lt.po
M	po/nl.po
M	po/pl.po
M	po/pt_BR.po
M	po/ru.po
M	po/sk.po
M	po/sv.po
M	po/tr.po
M	po/uk.po
M	po/zh_CN.po
M	po/zh_TW.po
M	sidebar.c

2022-11-12 10:02:01 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (9f01d4ab)

        * Abort imap_fast_trash() if previously checkpointed.
        
        We don't want to copy the deleted flag over to the trash folder too.
        
        I looked into various ways to keep the UID COPY, but they lead to
        niggling issues with error handling along with handling if the server
        sends flag updates back to the client.
        
        So for that (hopefully rare) case, abort the fast trash and just use a
        regular copy.

M	imap/imap.c

2023-03-06 18:55:06 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (216dd145)

        * Improve smtp oauth authentication.
        
        Split XOAUTH2 to use two steps.
        
        This follows the microsoft.com documentation example for smtp.  Since
        office365 is the main site using XOAUTH2 now, it's better to match
        their documentation.
        
        It also matches msmtp's behavior, which probably means somewhere or
        another needs it that way.
        
        At the same time, improve response code checking.  Mutt was using
        smtp_get_resp() before, which returns 0 for both a ready and success
        response code.  Make sure it's a success response code when done
        authenticating.

M	smtp.c

2023-03-04 18:33:35 +0100  Sebastian Andrzej Siewior  <sebastian@breakpoint.cc> (5df86199)

        * Use base64 URL safe alphabet for message id generation.
        
        The character '/' from base64 alphabet breaks web redirectors if the
        message-id from an email is used as part of the URL for redirectors and/
        or automatic pointers to an email.
        
        Use the URL safe alphabet from RFC4648 section 5 for message id
        generation.
        
        Signed-off-by: Sebastian Andrzej Siewior <sebastian@breakpoint.cc>

M	base64.c
M	messageid.c
M	mime.h
M	protos.h
M	sendlib.c

2023-03-04 18:33:34 +0100  Sebastian Andrzej Siewior  <sebastian@breakpoint.cc> (cecddeac)

        * base64val: Add support to decode base64 safe URL.
        
        In the base64 safe URL dictionary the characters '+' and '/' are
        replaced by '-' and '_'.
        Add the characters to Index_64 to allow decoding if needed.
        
        Signed-off-by: Sebastian Andrzej Siewior <sebastian@breakpoint.cc>

M	handler.c

2022-12-19 18:53:43 -0800  Cline, Wade  <wade.cline@intel.com> (7c4fa478)

        * mutt_oauth2: Print access token request message
        
        There are cases when using the 'authcode' grant where the authorization
        request will succeed but the access token request will fail (for
        example: if the user's web browser and terminal use different proxy
        settings).  The current implementation of the script does not inform
        the user that the authorization token is being exchanged for an access
        code, with the result that it can appear that a request has both
        succeeded (according to the browser) and failed (according to the
        terminal output) simultaneously.  Add a message to inform the user that
        a second request is being made so there is less potential for confusion.

M	contrib/mutt_oauth2.py

2022-12-12 15:05:18 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (16d8ad64)

        * Move MuttLisp boolean config note.
        
        I think it probably makes more sense to be inside the (if) function
        documentation than (equal).

M	doc/manual.xml.head

2022-12-07 15:51:36 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (ef2abed2)

        * Fix counters for external maildir 'T' flag changes.
        
        The maildir_check_mailbox() code was not updating the context deleted
        and trashed counts in those cases.  This could lead to messages marked
        as deleted, but no action being taken on a mailbox sync/close.
        
        wip: fix ctx counts for maildir 'T' flags updates.

M	mh.c

2022-12-07 12:58:40 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (d0faf2d4)

        * Remove reference to $mark_old inside $mail_check_recent.
        
        There doesn't appear to be any relationship between $mark_old and "new
        mail" status any more.
        
        Commit c26c2531 (from 2002) is the most recent commit that talked
        about reducing the meaning of $mark_old, and may have been the commit
        to make that separation.

M	init.h

2022-12-07 12:53:51 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (ba5e0dc2)

        * Add doc note to MuttLisp about boolean config vars.
        
        They evaluate to "yes" and "no", and so need an explicit comparison to
        those values when using the equal function.

M	doc/manual.xml.head

2022-11-19 13:20:25 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (2f35d2fd)

        * Reset header color after mutt_set_flag().
        
        I partially changed this to lazily update after a thread update in
        commit c9fa0414, but unfortunately didn't investigate the reason for
        the color update while setting a flag.  Since it was that way, I
        assumed it was for a purpose.
        
        However, it turns out there is no need to actively set the header
        color in that function.  Many places in Mutt already simply reset the
        color values to 0 to invalidate and cause a recheck later.
        
        Setting the color there so can even be detrimental, if the user has
        slow 'color index' lines.  For example doing a <tag-pattern>~A will
        cause the color to be computed for the *entire* mailbox.  Now, the
        user ought to not have a slow color index line, but if they do, this
        causes unnecessary pain.
        
        Note that the header->color doesn't have an actual "unset" value,
        which could also help performance.  Maybe in the future in master
        branch.

M	flags.c
M	mutt.h
M	protos.h
M	score.c

2020-04-26 10:43:24 -0700  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (a60b22fe)

        * Filter U+200C in pager.
        
        "U+200C ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER" is generating '?' on some systems.

M	pager.c

2022-11-12 12:50:23 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (00093fd7)

        * automatic post-release commit for mutt-2.2.9

M	ChangeLog
M	VERSION

2022-11-12 12:44:13 -0800  Kevin McCarthy  <kevin@8t8.us> (b40c28ce)

        * Update UPDATING file for 2.2.9.

M VERSION => VERSION +1 -1
@@ 1,1 1,1 @@
2.2.9
2.2.10