File bitlbee.changes of Package bitlbee

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Tue Mar 13 19:13:45 UTC 2018 - 9+suse@cirno.systems

- Add explicit build time dependency on Python 3.x
  (fixes TW build)

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Sat Feb 24 15:49:36 UTC 2018 - 9+suse@cirno.systems

- Use systemd default ("control-group") KillMode for service
  ("process" is not sufficient)

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Mon Jul 10 10:29:45 UTC 2017 - jengelh@inai.de

- Remove storytelling from description.
- Command and comment cleaning.

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Wed Jun 14 12:05:51 UTC 2017 - tchvatal@suse.com

- 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

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Mon Feb 27 08:33:21 UTC 2017 - mcaj@suse.com

- 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: https://bugs.bitlbee.org/ticket/1282
  * After some investigation we decided to reclassify a crash fix 
     from the previous release as a security issue. Read the full security 
     advisory at: https://bugs.bitlbee.org/ticket/1281
  * 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.

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Tue Jan 24 08:20:23 UTC 2017 - shshyukriev@suse.com

- 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. 


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Sun Jun 19 22:14:19 UTC 2016 - jengelh@inai.de

- Compact filelist

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Sat Jun 18 12:48:00 UTC 2016 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Install devel files to be able to build plugins

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Sat Jun 18 12:43:33 UTC 2016 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Drop sle11 support as we run it on sle12

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Sat Jun 18 12:37:27 UTC 2016 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Version update to 3.4.2:
  * irc: Self-messages (messages sent by yourself from other IM clients). IRCv3.1
  * support and part of 3.2. Many important groupchat related bugfixes.
  * jabber: Carbons, see help set carbons. Removed facebook XMPP, use
  * bitlbee-facebook instead. SASL ANONYMOUS login, see help set anonymous.
  * hipchat: Channels can now be added with chat add hipchat "channel name" which
    tries to guess the channel JID. Read more
  * skype: Show all messages as groupchats since we can't tell which ones are
    private. This plugin is mostly-deprecated and mostly-broken, use the skypeweb
  * purple plugin or msn instead.
  * purple: Fix problems remembering SSL certificates as trusted. Groupchat related
    fixes. Better error reporting. Fixed setting jabber away states.
  * And lots of bugfixes / stability improvements.

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Sat Jun 18 12:36:01 UTC 2016 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Cleanup a bit with spec-cleaner and remove sle10 support for readability

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Fri Jun 26 17:33:25 UTC 2015 - lmuelle@suse.com

- update to 3.4.1:
  msn:
  + Upgraded protocol to MSNP21, works again (dx)
  + Contact list management, groupchats and skype username logins won't work.
    Next release!
 jabber:
  + Add "hipchat" protocol, for smoother login. Takes the same username as the
    official client. Note that unlike the 'hip-cat' branch, this doesn't
    preload channels. https://wiki.bitlbee.org/HowtoHipchat for details (dx)
  + Fixed a bug when receiving topics set by people who left the channel (dx)
  + Create fake users instead of showing "unknown participant" errors (dx)
  + Gmail mail notifications support (Artem Savkov)
  + Lowering xmpp presence priority on away (Artem Savkov)
  twitter:
  + Show quoted tweets/RTs with comment inline (wilmer)
  + Added "url" command, can be used to quote tweets (wilmer)
  + Make replies to self work (wilmer)
  Building documentation is now done with a python script (both 2.x/3.x work)
  Asciidoc/xsltproc/xmlto are no longer build dependencies (dx)
- Require w3m at built time to generate the userguide in html format.

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Thu Jun 25 08:43:47 UTC 2015 - vmiklos@vmiklos.hu

- Fix typo in systemd service

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Tue Jun 16 08:24:51 UTC 2015 - mcaj@suse.com

- Enable sipe protocol (http://wiki.bitlbee.org/bitlbee-sipe)

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Thu Apr 23 18:45:03 UTC 2015 - lmuelle@suse.com

- Let systemd start bitlbee in fork daemon mode by default.
- Cleanup of the spec file, the init script, and the systemd configuration.

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Thu Apr 23 13:40:28 UTC 2015 - lmuelle@suse.com

- Require util-linux-systemd at build time on post-13.1 systems.

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Wed Apr 22 19:41:55 UTC 2015 - lmuelle@suse.com

- update to 3.4:
  Some API/ABI changes. Recompiling third party plugins is required!
  Important bugfixes:
  * Fix memory leak when calling word_wrap() on groupchat messages (dx)
  * Fix segfault after a file transfer is complete (dx)
  * Fix bug where NSS would refuse to work in forkdaemon mode (dx)
  * Fix several bugs with UTF8 nicks (dx)
  * Fix some nasty deadlocks that appared mostly with libpurple (dx)
  General changes:
  * Add a 'pattern' parameter to the blist command, to filter it (tribut)
  * Implemented /kick support, only supported by purple for now (jgeboski)
  * Add a "special" state to show_users (mapped to the % prefix) (jgeboski)
  * Improved support for cygwin, openbsd and darwin (jcopenha)
  * Create temporary users instead of showing "Message from unknown
    participant" (jgeboski)
  purple:
  * Local contact lists for gadugadu and whatsapp (dx)
  * Add topic and name_hint to groupchats (seirl)
  * Support for 'input' requests (such as telegram auth codes) (seirl)
    Note that telegram-purple itself is rather unstable ATM, it may crash.
  jabber:
  * Handle compressed DNS responses in SRV lookup (jcopenha)
  * Fix case sensitivity issues with JIDs (GRMrGecko, dx)
  * Implement XEP-0203 style message timestamps (dx)
  * Fix "Server claims your JID is X instead of Y" warnings (dx)
  * Account-wide display_name setting, mostly for hipchat (dx)
  twitter:
  * Filter channels. Search by keyword/hashtag or a list of users (jgeboski)
  * Fix bug in "reply" command which removed the first quote character (dx)
  * Add "rawreply" command, like reply but bitlbee won't add @mention (WillP)
  * Add support for The United States of America (favorite/fav aliases) (dx)
  * Default show_old_mentions to 0 (dx)
  * Start stream from last tweet on connect/reconnect (roger)
  msn:
  * Disabled module by default. The protocol we used (MSNP18) stopped working
    last week. This is being worked on, but it's far from ready for release.
- Remove obsoleted COPYING.patch

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Wed Apr 22 19:25:08 UTC 2015 - lmuelle@suse.com

- Enhance the service file to start in daemon mode and as user bitlbee and
  create a user group too while calling useradd on install; (boo#928228).

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Fri Dec  5 11:37:57 UTC 2014 - tampakrap@opensuse.org

- Fix FSF address to make rpmlint happy

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Sun Nov  9 22:18:46 UTC 2014 - tampakrap@opensuse.org

- Fix the postun to silence the rpmlint
- Whitespace

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Wed Nov  5 17:47:50 UTC 2014 - tampakrap@opensuse.org

- Add dependency for openSUSE >= 13.2
- Remove user/group from systemd service file. Bitlbee can drop privileges to
  the user if specified so in its config file.

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Fri Aug 29 19:42:15 UTC 2014 - mcaj@suse.com

- I fixed build for SLE_11_SP3 via change if for suse_version in with_libotr if.
  version 1100 is OpenSUSE 11.0 (very old ) but 1110 is SLE 11, see:
  http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Build_Service_cross_distribution_howto

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Wed Aug 20 07:46:50 UTC 2014 - tampakrap@opensuse.org

- Version 3.2.2:
 * The OTR plugin now uses libotr 4.0 (AKA libotr5 in debian based distros)
 * Rejecting buddy requests in jabber won't accept them. Sorry for that.
 * Purple builds can now enable built in protocols when configuring, by
 * passing a parameter such as --jabber=1 to configure
 * You can now use /oper to change passwords with "ac x set -del password"
 * Complex unicode characters (non-BMP) now display correctly in twitter.
 * A few init / build script / pkg-config fixes. Added "install-systemd"
   make target.

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Wed Jun 18 14:11:16 UTC 2014 - mcaj@suse.com

- Removed if for SLES9 - not need any more
- Run spec-clean on the spec file. 

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Wed Jun 18 13:07:23 UTC 2014 - mcaj@suse.com

- The PID directory is /var/run/bitlbee/ or /run/bitlbee/ depends on the version.
- The PID directory is created via systemd or initd script, bacuse its in tmpfs.
- Each BuildRequires is on one line to avoid duplicate packages.

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Tue Jun 17 13:05:14 UTC 2014 - mcaj@suse.com

- I fixed systemd service sctipt to be able run under the user bitlbee.
- The PID file is now /var/run/bitlbee/bitlbee.pid.
- The directory /var/run/bitlbee/ is own by user bitlbee.
- The build is also done for pid and sock under /var/run/bitlbee/.
- The creating the user bitlbee is done via the command useradd now.
- Information about creating new user on directory is accnouce via logger now.
- Added copyrigth and credention to init and systemd service file.

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Fri Jun  6 12:32:29 UTC 2014 - mcaj@suse.com

- Added init.d and systemd  to be able run the bitlbee as standard service.
- Improved way how user bitlbee is add into system via rpm.
- Fixed warning about wrong license:
   its still "GNU General Public License version 2 (GPL v2)" but osc marks it 
   via shorcut : GPL-2.0+

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Thu Jan 30 19:17:00 UTC 2014 - cs@suse.com

- Modified spec to include --purple for building in SLE >= 11

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Fri Dec 13 10:54:08 UTC 2013 - cs@suse.com

- update to 3.2.1:
  * update to Twitter compat

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Mon Oct 21 11:53:48 UTC 2013 - tboerger@suse.de

- Removed o flag for user creation, did'nt work on 12.3 anymore

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Tue Sep  3 19:51:41 UTC 2013 - jmcdonough@suse.com

- Re-enable libotr2.  Later versions still don't work.

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Tue Jan 29 06:46:02 UTC 2013 - vmiklos@suse.com

- update to 3.2:
  * By far the most important change, a thorough update to the Twitter
    module:
    * Now using Twitter API 1.1,
    * which means it's now using JSON instead of XML,
    * which means access to the streaming API (Twitter only, other Twitter
      API services don't seem to have it). No more 60-second polls, #twitter
      looks even more like real IRC now!
    * Also, the streaming API means nice things like receiving DMs.
    * show_ids, already enabled by default for a while, now uses hexa-
      decimal numbers, which means a 256-entry backlog instead of just 100.
    * Added a mode=strict setting which requires everything to be a command.
      The "post" command should then be used to post a Tweet.
  * Jabber module bugfix that fixes connection issues with at least Google
    Talk but reportedly some other servers (OpenFire?) as well.
  * SSL modules improved a little bit. GnuTLS module now supports SNI and
    session caching. Shouldn't change much, but hopefully reduces latency
    and bandwidth usage a little bit.
  * A bunch of other fixes/improvements here and there.

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Wed Sep  5 17:38:26 UTC 2012 - jmcdonough@suse.com

- Fix OTR in post-12.2 systems to build using libotr2 as
  libotr interface has changed

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Wed Sep  5 17:38:26 UTC 2012 - jmcdonough@suse.com

- Fix build typo to enable OTR

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Mon Feb 20 08:32:10 UTC 2012 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 3.0.5:
  * SSL certificate verification (edit your bitlbee.conf to enable it)
  * OAuth2 support in Jabber module (works with Google Talk, Facebook and MSN
    Messenger)
  * support for ad-hoc Jabber groupchats: just create a channel and start
    inviting people, similar to how this works on other IM networks. Works fine
    with GTalk, depends on a conference server being set up on other networks
  * allow old-style Jabber login (non-SASL), this solves problems with some
    old/buggy Jabber servers. (acc jabber set sasl off)
  * use HTTPS for OAuth1 authentication traffic
  * awareness of Twitter's t.co URL lengt^Wshortening when checking message
    length
  * fixed identi.ca OAuth support. OAuth will now always be used for both
    Twitter and identi.ca accounts
  * fix nick_format=%full_name with libpurple
  * instead of "protocol(handle)", use the account tags introduced in 3.0 when
    root wants to refer to an account (in log messages, queries, etc.)
  * many small bugfixes, improvements, etc

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Sun Dec 18 00:57:26 UTC 2011 - darix@nordisch.org

- update to 3.0.4
  - Merged Skype support. This used to be a separate plugin, and it
    still is, but by including it with BitlBee by default it will
    be easier to keep it in sync with changes to BitlBee.
  - Fixed a file descriptor leak bug that may have caused strange
    behaviour in BitlBee sessions running for a long time.
  - Now fetches Twitter mentions as well if the "fetch_mentions"
    account setting is enabled.
  - With t.co now all over Twitter, show the original (but
    truncated) URL between <brackets>.
  - Fixed MSN Messenger login issues ("timeout" while fetching
    buddy list).
  - Another (related) GnuTLS compatibility fix (now 2.13+?).

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Sun Jun 12 19:08:09 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 3.0.3:
  * fixed Twitter compatibility
  * Twitter: enable the show_ids setting to assign a two-digit short ID to
    recent tweets to use for retweets and replies (so you can RT/reply to more
    than just a person's last message)
  * some other Twitter fixes/improvements
  * "otr reconnect" command and some other fixes
  * include "FLOOD=0/9999" in the 005/ISUPPORT line at login to hint the IRC
    client that rate limiting is not required

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Tue Mar 08 10:35:15 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- split out userguide into -doc subpackage
- update to 3.0.2:
  * fixed MSN login issues with @msn.com accounts
  * /CTCP support: you can CTCP VERSION Jabber contacts, and CTCP NUDGE MSN
    contacts
  * by default, leave Twitter turned on for libpurple builds
  * allow using /OPER to identify/register as well (Password security hack)
  * fixed proxy support with libpurple
  * some minor changes/fixes

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Thu Nov 25 01:24:08 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 3.0.1:
  * compatibility fixes with some IM protocols:
    + fixed Jabber contacts never going offline
    + fixed MSN login issues
    + fixed big memory leak in the MSN SOAP code
  * better handling of multiple control channels and set private=false
  * using login.icq.com for ICQ logins again since AOL sold ICQ so it doesn't
    live on the AIM servers anymore
  * fixed ability to join password-protected Jabber rooms
  * time out if logging into an account takes too long
  * support for server-side Gadu-Gadu contact lists (via libpurple, there's
    still no native gg support)
  * allow omitting password when using "account add", the password can be
    entered using /OPER to prevent echoing to screen and logs

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Fri Oct 22 13:50:48 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 3.0:
  * major rewrite of the IRC core
  * support was added for contact groups and multiple configurable channels
  * major update of the MSN Messenger code
  * some Twitter additions were made
  * OTR encryption support was added
  * many many more changes and fixes were done

- changes from 1.3dev:
  * complete rewrite of the IRC core, allowing the user to create multiple
    control channels, each with a different set of users
  * the ability to use libpurple as the IM backend (which adds support for many
    more IM protocols)
  * support for file transfers

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Sun Jul  4 19:20:02 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.2.8:
  * add ability to use non-Twitter Twitter API services
  * add ability follow/unfollow people
  * some bugfixes concerning other IM protocols
  * general cleanup

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Sat May 15 22:38:22 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.2.7:
  * MSN support was fixed
  * the Twitter module was updated to use OAuth (which is required
    after June)
  * several other fixes and feature additions were done

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Mon Apr 19 14:34:15 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.2.6:
  * adds native support for Twitter
  * some other minor feature additions and bug fixes were done

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Wed Mar 17 08:11:12 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.2.5:
  * support was improved for non-away status messages
  * support was improved for Facebook chat XMPP servers
  * fixes were made for many bugs
  * other small feature enhancements were done

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Mon Oct 19 00:00:00 UTC 2009 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.2.4:
  * Yahoo! support was fixed
  * various stability and usability improvements were made
- moved from Packman to openSUSE Build Service


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Sun Sep  7 00:00:00 UTC 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- update to 1.2.3:
  * fixes another account hijacking issue


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Thu Aug 28 00:00:00 UTC 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- update to 1.2.2:
  * SECURITY: fixes an account hijacking issue
  * various other stability improvements


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Wed Jun 25 00:00:00 UTC 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version:
  * many bugfixes
  * stability was improved
  * the single-process daemon mode is now officially declared stable


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Tue Mar 25 00:00:00 UTC 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- fixed RPM Group


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Tue Mar 18 00:00:00 UTC 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version


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Sat Dec  8 00:00:00 UTC 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- moved to Packman


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Mon Aug 20 00:00:00 UTC 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version


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Sun Jun 25 00:00:00 UTC 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version


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Thu Apr 27 00:00:00 UTC 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- removed Packager and Distribution, injected by rpmmacros
- use makeinstall instead of make install
- added missing build dependency for libgcrypt-devel
- added binary stripping for SUSE < 9.3
- moved configure to build section


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Sat Apr  1 00:00:00 UTC 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version


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Mon Jan 16 00:00:00 UTC 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version


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Mon Dec  5 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- revamped spec file header section (y2pmbuild-ready)
- new upstream version


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Mon Nov  7 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- fixed wrong requires for useradd and groupadd


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Sat Nov  5 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- explicitely turn off stripping
- turn off flood protection
- added creating user and group "bitlbee"
- changed xinetd user from nobody to bitlbee
- fixed ownership of /var/lib/bitlbee to bitlbee:bitlbee


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Fri Nov  4 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- added --ipv6=1
- new upstream version


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Wed Nov  2 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- added upstream patch


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Tue Nov  1 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- added debuginfo support
- new upstream version


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Mon Feb 28 00:00:00 UTC 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- version 0.92


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Sun Sep 26 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- version 0.91


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Tue Jun 29 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- fixes to Yahoo protocol
- version 0.90a


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Sun May 30 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- version 0.90


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Mon Mar 15 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- removed dependency to libsoup (not the case any more)


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Sun Mar 14 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- flood protection is enabled
- version 0.85


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Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 UTC 2004 - guru@unixtech.be

- first RPM