Is someone working on upgrading mail/dspam to version 3.0.0?
itetcu at apropo.ro
Thu Jun 17 10:57:18 GMT 2004
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 12:00:03 +0200 (CEST)
"Julien Gabel" <jpeg at thilelli.net> wrote:
> As i am *very interesting* to use the new stable 3.0.0 of mail/dspam
> (i encountered some problem with the actual version in port and want
> to try some new features of the latest release), i just ask if someone
> is working on upgrading this port.
> I am aware of the past threads on this particular port, and understand
> that it is not an easy point, so..
I've posted this a few days ago on dspam-users mailing list;
unfortunately I didn't have the time o polish the port (see below), but
From: Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at apropo.ro>
To: dspam-users at nuclearelephant.com
Cc: dspam-dev at nuclearelephant.com
Subject: dspam 3.0 FreeBSD port (was: Re: [dspam-users] DSPAM v3.0.0 Released)
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 22:25:33 +0300
On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 10:37:47 -0400
"Jonathan A. Zdziarski" <jonathan at nuclearelephant.com> wrote:
> RELEASE 3.0.0-STABLE
> Version 3.0.0-STABLE is a stable release. Any bugs should be reported to the
> development mailing list.
If you feel adventurous and you don't wanna wait despite the warnings
below, go ahead ( and send patches ;-) ) :
> From: Rob Evers <rob at debank.tv>
> To: Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at apropo.ro>
> Subject: Re: dspam 3.0 port
> Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:55:11 +0200
> Hi Ion-Mihai,
> Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've had an very nasty real-life time so my progresses in the
> > dpsma-devel port aren't as good as I've hoped.
> Hope it gets better soon.
> > Anyway, I have a working version of the port at:
> > It lack a little polishing, credits, supplementary documentation, etc.
> > Oracle does not configure and the CGI part is a complete mess as I
> > haven't time to test it at all.
> > But AFAIK it works (mysql, postfix tested) and it doesn't even break the
> > INDEX generation :)
> > I also have a mysql converting script for the 2.x to 3.x db, which need
> > a little more work on the user interface.
> > As the 3.x is due to come out on Monday I thought you might want to use
> > it for the update. I would suggest trimming down this port for the dspam
> > port and use the -devel port as a testing ground in the future.
> Thank you for the work done, I'll try to find the time this week to do
> the update (when 3.0.0 stable is out).
> Rob Evers.
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