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[alpine-devel] considering packaging another mailx

Isaac Dunham
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Hello,
It seems the "mailx" package in main is actually Berkeley Mail, with sources
downloaded from the Arch mirror.

This actually does not provide mailx, but only mail.
Further, its compatability with POSIX mailx is not complete (mail 
supports -iInNv, -b -c -f -s -u but not POSIX -HFe)

The missing options are as follows:
-e: scripting (check for mail)
-F: save a copy of the mail in a file named for the first recipient
-H: write header summaries for mails and exit

Beyond these missing options, it does not support MIME (which means no
attachments and no UTF-8) or maildir archives.

I'm not going to claim that it's unmaintained upstream since OpenBSD is
maintaining it (although we aren't tracking OpenBSD).

But there are a few implementations of mailx that address some of these
deficiencies, besides adding features:
heirloom-mailx - based on Berkeley Mail 8.1, but extensively modified.
Formerly known as 'nail'.
This adds support for POP3/IMAP/SMTP, with or without SSL (openssl and nss
are supported), attachments, MIME, multiple accounts, and a few other
things.
Adds -aABdDeEFHrRS.
The latest source (12.4 + patch to CVS HEAD) compiles cleanly.

S-nail - fork of heirloom-mailx, with ambitious plans involving code
refactoring.  Currently supports all the features of heirloom mailx and
some UI enhancements.
Has a lot of releases (two last month, at least two the month before that)
Upstream expects to temporarily remove the IMAP support during refactoring.

mailutils - supports -eEfFHimnNpqrstu but not -bcIv
This is the GNU implementation; it ships a "mail" binary expecting
mailx to be a symlink to that.
There are also numerous other mail utilities.
This is in unmaintained/, and I'm not interested in adopting it; it
also doesn't support attachments.


I'm inclined to think that in the short term, heirloom-mailx would be
a significant improvement over our current main/mailx.

What I'd like to do is add testing/heirloom-mailx providing mailx;
I have a preliminary aport without the provides part.
In the future, upgrading to s-nail seems like a logical path; but
I think that using s-nail now might be hasty.

Thanks,
Isaac Dunham



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Il giorno sab, 13/09/2014 alle 13.33 -0700, Isaac Dunham ha scritto:

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> I'm inclined to think that in the short term, heirloom-mailx would be
> a significant improvement over our current main/mailx.
> 
> What I'd like to do is add testing/heirloom-mailx providing mailx;
> I have a preliminary aport without the provides part.
> In the future, upgrading to s-nail seems like a logical path; but
> I think that using s-nail now might be hasty.

I'm a mailx user and I 100% agree with your proposed plan.

Thanks!

- leo

[alpine-devel] [PATCH] testing/heirloom-mailx: new aport

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Patch: +1083 -0
heirloom-mailx is a clone of System V "mailx", based on Berkeley Mail 8.1.

It has been enhanced to provide all the command line options
required by POSIX, as well as several other features:
* support for MIME, S/MIME, and attachments
* support for SMTP(S), POP3(S), and IMAP(S)
* support for maildir-format email archives
... and much  more.
---
 testing/heirloom-mailx/12.4-to-12.5pre.patch | 1001 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 testing/heirloom-mailx/APKBUILD              |   49 ++
 testing/heirloom-mailx/makevars.patch        |   33 +
 3 files changed, 1083 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 testing/heirloom-mailx/12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/heirloom-mailx/APKBUILD
 create mode 100644 testing/heirloom-mailx/makevars.patch

diff --git a/testing/heirloom-mailx/12.4-to-12.5pre.patch b/testing/heirloom-mailx/12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9fd5c8f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/heirloom-mailx/12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,1001 @@
+--- mailx-12.4/ChangeLog
+@@ -1,3 +1,38 @@
++[12.5] as of 7/5/10
++* The undocumented contenttype-cntrl option works again (patch by
++  Laurent Parenteau).
++
++[12.5] as of 6/20/10
++* Fixed a message corruption that occurred when the "inc" command was used
++  with a mbox format mailbox after encrypted messages had been viewed
++  (reported by Martin Neitzel).
++* Fixed a condition that caused mailx to hang when looking at a message,
++  copying that message, and issuing a "z" command evaluating an uncached
++  portion of an IMAP folder.
++* Make it compile with OpenSSL 1.0.0-beta2 (patch by Bernhard Rosenkränzer).
++* When executing an "account" command, ensure that the values of the "hold",
++  "keepsave", "append", and "emptybox" variables remain those of the previous
++  account for all outstanding operations on that account (bug reported by
++  Jeff Woodall).
++* Support Gmail IMAP semantics of "delete" turning into "archive". Previously,
++  when mailx was setting the "\Deleted" flag on a message, it did not set any
++  other flags. This caused mails that had been read and then deleted to appear
++  as unread in Gmail's "All Mail". Now, flags besides "\Deleted" are also set,
++  so that they are kept in the archived copy (reported by Jeremy O'Brien).
++* For RFC 2047 MIME "encoded-word" parts in headers, assume that the end of
++  each word resets the conversion state (Yedidyah Bar-David).
++* When the ORGANIZATION variable has an empty value, do not generate an
++  "Organization:" header field. Previously, this condition resulted in
++  mailx refusing to send mail (Thomas E. Kammeyer).
++* When classifying messages with the junk filter, when selecting the most
++  representative tokens, prefer non-junk tokens over junk tokens if both
++  have the same (reversed) probability, in order to avoid false positives.
++* When calculating the probabilities of tokens that have occurred only in
++  good messages or only in junk messages so far, and these tokens occurred
++  less than ten times, give them slightly less than the minimum/maximum.
++* Fixed "unignore" and similar commands; they did not work at all so far
++  (http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=146280).
++
+ [12.4] released 7/29/08
+ * With the "-E" command line option or if the "skipemptybody" variable is
+   set, outgoing messages that contain no text in their first or only part
+--- mailx-12.4/cmd2.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd2.c	2.46 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd2.c	2.47 (gritter) 5/9/10";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -803,16 +803,17 @@
+ 	int h = hash(name);
+ 
+ 	for (ip = tab->i_head[h]; ip; ip = ip->i_link) {
+-		if (asccasecmp(ip->i_field, name)) {
++		if (asccasecmp(ip->i_field, name) == 0) {
+ 			free(ip->i_field);
+ 			if (iq != NULL)
+ 				iq->i_link = ip->i_link;
+ 			else
+-				tab->i_head[h] = NULL;
++				tab->i_head[h] = ip->i_link;
+ 			free(ip);
+ 			tab->i_count--;
+ 			break;
+ 		}
++		iq = ip;
+ 	}
+ }
+ 
+--- mailx-12.4/cmd3.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd3.c	2.86 (gritter) 10/1/07";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd3.c	2.87 (gritter) 10/1/08";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -1311,7 +1311,7 @@
+ 	char	**args = (char **)v;
+ 	struct oldaccount	*a;
+ 	char	*cp;
+-	int	i, mc;
++	int	i, mc, oqf, nqf;
+ 	FILE	*fp = stdout;
+ 
+ 	if (args[0] == NULL) {
+@@ -1345,6 +1345,7 @@
+ 		return define1(args[0], 1);
+ 	}
+ 	strncpy(mboxname, expand("&"), sizeof mboxname)[sizeof mboxname-1]='\0';
++	oqf = savequitflags();
+ 	if ((a = get_oldaccount(args[0])) == NULL) {
+ 		if (args[1]) {
+ 			a = scalloc(1, sizeof *a);
+@@ -1368,8 +1369,13 @@
+ 		unset_allow_undefined = 1;
+ 		set(a->ac_vars);
+ 		unset_allow_undefined = 0;
+-	setf:	if (!starting)
+-			return file1("%");
++	setf:	if (!starting) {
++			nqf = savequitflags();
++			restorequitflags(oqf);
++			i = file1("%");
++			restorequitflags(nqf);
++			return i;
++		}
+ 	}
+ 	return 0;
+ }
+--- mailx-12.4/extern.h
+@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
+  * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+  * SUCH DAMAGE.
+  *
+- *	Sccsid @(#)extern.h	2.161 (gritter) 10/1/07
++ *	Sccsid @(#)extern.h	2.162 (gritter) 10/1/08
+  */
+ 
+ /* aux.c */
+@@ -446,6 +446,8 @@
+ void quit(void);
+ int holdbits(void);
+ enum okay makembox(void);
++int savequitflags(void);
++void restorequitflags(int);
+ /* send.c */
+ char *foldergets(char **s, size_t *size, size_t *count, size_t *llen,
+ 		FILE *stream);
+@@ -513,12 +515,12 @@
+ void demail(void);
+ char *username(void);
+ /* vars.c */
+-void assign(char *name, char *value);
++void assign(const char *name, const char *value);
+ char *vcopy(const char *str);
+ char *value(const char *name);
+ struct grouphead *findgroup(char *name);
+ void printgroup(char *name);
+ int hash(const char *name);
+-int unset_internal(char *name);
++int unset_internal(const char *name);
+ void remove_group(const char *name);
+ /* version.c */
+--- mailx-12.4/fio.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)fio.c	2.73 (gritter) 1/7/08";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)fio.c	2.76 (gritter) 9/16/09";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -108,6 +108,7 @@
+ 	memset(&this, 0, sizeof this);
+ 	this.m_flag = MUSED|MNEW|MNEWEST;
+ 	filesize = mailsize - offset;
++	offset = ftell(mb.mb_otf);
+ 	for (;;) {
+ 		if (fgetline(&linebuf, &linesize, &filesize, &count, ibuf, 0)
+ 				== NULL) {
+@@ -1050,7 +1051,8 @@
+ 						NI_NUMERICHOST) != 0)
+ 				strcpy(hbuf, "unknown host");
+ 			fprintf(stderr, catgets(catd, CATSET, 192,
+-					"Connecting to %s . . ."), hbuf);
++					"Connecting to %s:%s . . ."),
++					hbuf, portstr);
+ 		}
+ 		if ((sockfd = socket(res->ai_family, res->ai_socktype,
+ 				res->ai_protocol)) >= 0) {
+@@ -1068,26 +1070,25 @@
+ 	freeaddrinfo(res0);
+ #else	/* !HAVE_IPv6_FUNCS */
+ 	if (port == 0) {
+-		if ((ep = getservbyname((char *)portstr, "tcp")) == NULL) {
+-			if (equal(portstr, "smtp"))
+-				port = htons(25);
+-			else if (equal(portstr, "smtps"))
+-				port = htons(465);
+-			else if (equal(portstr, "imap"))
+-				port = htons(143);
+-			else if (equal(portstr, "imaps"))
+-				port = htons(993);
+-			else if (equal(portstr, "pop3"))
+-				port = htons(110);
+-			else if (equal(portstr, "pop3s"))
+-				port = htons(995);
+-			else {
+-				fprintf(stderr, catgets(catd, CATSET, 251,
+-					"Unknown service: %s\n"), portstr);
+-				return STOP;
+-			}
+-		} else
++		if (equal(portstr, "smtp"))
++			port = htons(25);
++		else if (equal(portstr, "smtps"))
++			port = htons(465);
++		else if (equal(portstr, "imap"))
++			port = htons(143);
++		else if (equal(portstr, "imaps"))
++			port = htons(993);
++		else if (equal(portstr, "pop3"))
++			port = htons(110);
++		else if (equal(portstr, "pop3s"))
++			port = htons(995);
++		else if ((ep = getservbyname((char *)portstr, "tcp")) != NULL)
+ 			port = ep->s_port;
++		else {
++			fprintf(stderr, catgets(catd, CATSET, 251,
++				"Unknown service: %s\n"), portstr);
++			return STOP;
++		}
+ 	} else
+ 		port = htons(port);
+ 	if (verbose)
+@@ -1109,7 +1110,8 @@
+ 	memcpy(&servaddr.sin_addr, *pptr, sizeof(struct in_addr));
+ 	if (verbose)
+ 		fprintf(stderr, catgets(catd, CATSET, 192,
+-				"Connecting to %s . . ."), inet_ntoa(**pptr));
++				"Connecting to %s:%d . . ."),
++				inet_ntoa(**pptr), ntohs(port));
+ 	if (connect(sockfd, (struct sockaddr *)&servaddr, sizeof servaddr)
+ 			!= 0) {
+ 		perror(catgets(catd, CATSET, 254, "could not connect"));
+--- mailx-12.4/imap.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap.c	1.219 (gritter) 1/6/08";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap.c	1.222 (gritter) 3/13/09";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -1821,57 +1821,62 @@
+ 		 * reading their results.
+ 		 */
+ 		needstat = stored > 0 && stored % 800 == 0;
++		/*
++		 * Even if this message has been deleted, continue
++		 * to set further flags. This is necessary to support
++		 * Gmail semantics, where "delete" actually means
++		 * "archive", and the flags are applied to the copy
++		 * in "All Mail".
++		 */
++		if ((m->m_flag&(MREAD|MSTATUS)) == (MREAD|MSTATUS)) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'+', "\\Seen", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MFLAG) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'+', "\\Flagged", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MUNFLAG) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'-', "\\Flagged", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MANSWER) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'+', "\\Answered", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MUNANSWER) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'-', "\\Answered", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MDRAFT) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'+', "\\Draft", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
++		if (m->m_flag & MUNDRAFT) {
++			imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
++					'-', "\\Draft", needstat);
++			stored++;
++		}
+ 		if (dodel) {
+ 			imap_delete(mp, m-message+1, m, needstat);
+ 			stored++;
+ 			gotcha++;
+-		} else {
+-			if ((m->m_flag&(MREAD|MSTATUS)) == (MREAD|MSTATUS)) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'+', "\\Seen", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MFLAG) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'+', "\\Flagged", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MUNFLAG) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'-', "\\Flagged", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MANSWER) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'+', "\\Answered", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MUNANSWER) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'-', "\\Answered", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MDRAFT) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'+', "\\Draft", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (m->m_flag & MUNDRAFT) {
+-				imap_store(mp, m, m-message+1,
+-						'-', "\\Draft", needstat);
+-				stored++;
+-			}
+-			if (mp->mb_type != MB_CACHE ||
+-				!edit && (!(m->m_flag&(MBOXED|MSAVED|MDELETED))
+-					|| (m->m_flag &
+-						(MBOXED|MPRESERVE|MTOUCH)) ==
+-				  		(MPRESERVE|MTOUCH)) ||
+-					edit && !(m->m_flag & MDELETED))
+-				held++;
+-			if (m->m_flag & MNEW) {
+-				m->m_flag &= ~MNEW;
+-				m->m_flag |= MSTATUS;
+-			}
++		} else if (mp->mb_type != MB_CACHE ||
++			!edit && (!(m->m_flag&(MBOXED|MSAVED|MDELETED))
++				|| (m->m_flag &
++					(MBOXED|MPRESERVE|MTOUCH)) ==
++					(MPRESERVE|MTOUCH)) ||
++				edit && !(m->m_flag & MDELETED))
++			held++;
++		if (m->m_flag & MNEW) {
++			m->m_flag &= ~MNEW;
++			m->m_flag |= MSTATUS;
+ 		}
+ 	}
+ bypass:	if (readstat != NULL)
+@@ -2571,6 +2576,7 @@
+ 	const char	*qname;
+ 	enum okay	ok = STOP;
+ 	int	twice = 0;
++	int	stored = 0;
+ 	FILE	*queuefp = NULL;
+ 
+ 	if (mp->mb_type == MB_CACHE) {
+@@ -2629,20 +2635,38 @@
+ 	 * ... and reset the flag to its initial value so that
+ 	 * the 'exit' command still leaves the message unread.
+ 	 */
+-out:	if ((m->m_flag&(MREAD|MSTATUS)) == (MREAD|MSTATUS))
++out:	if ((m->m_flag&(MREAD|MSTATUS)) == (MREAD|MSTATUS)) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '-', "\\Seen", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MFLAG)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MFLAG) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '-', "\\Flagged", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MUNFLAG)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MUNFLAG) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '+', "\\Flagged", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MANSWER)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MANSWER) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '-', "\\Answered", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MUNANSWER)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MUNANSWER) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '+', "\\Answered", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MDRAFT)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MDRAFT) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '-', "\\Draft", 0);
+-	if (m->m_flag&MUNDRAFT)
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (m->m_flag&MUNDRAFT) {
+ 		imap_store(mp, m, n, '+', "\\Draft", 0);
++		stored++;
++	}
++	if (stored) {
++		mp->mb_active |= MB_COMD;
++		imap_finish(mp);
++	}
+ 	return ok;
+ }
+ 
+--- mailx-12.4/junk.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)junk.c	1.73 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)junk.c	1.75 (gritter) 9/14/08";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -920,6 +920,10 @@
+ 			 smin(1.0, nbad ? (float)b/nbad : 0.0));
+ 		p = smin(TOP, p);
+ 		p = smax(BOT, p);
++		if (p == TOP && b <= 10 && g == 0)
++			p -= BOT;
++		else if (p == BOT && g <= 10 && b == 0)
++			p += BOT;
+ 	} else if (g == 0 && b == 0)
+ 		p = DFL;
+ 	else
+@@ -1095,13 +1099,20 @@
+ 			if (h1 == best[i].hash1 && h2 == best[i].hash2)
+ 				break;
+ 			/*
+-			 * This selection prefers words from the end of the
+-			 * header and from the start of the body. It does
+-			 * probably not matter much at all, but gives at
+-			 * least the most interesting verbose output.
++			 * For equal distance, this selection prefers
++			 * words with a low probability, since a false
++			 * negative is better than a false positive,
++			 * and since experience has shown that false
++			 * positives are more likely otherwise. Then,
++			 * words from the end of the header and from
++			 * the start of the body are preferred. This
++			 * gives the most interesting verbose output.
+ 			 */
+-			if (d > best[i].dist || best[i].loc == HEADER &&
+-					d >= best[i].dist) {
++			if (d > best[i].dist ||
++					d == best[i].dist &&
++						p < best[i].prob ||
++					best[i].loc == HEADER &&
++						d == best[i].dist) {
+ 				for (j = BEST-2; j >= i; j--)
+ 					best[j+1] = best[j];
+ 				best[i].dist = d;
+--- mailx-12.4/list.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)list.c	2.61 (gritter) 01/07/07";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)list.c	2.62 (gritter) 12/11/08";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -438,7 +438,7 @@
+ 			if (!inhook)
+ 				printf(tback ?
+ 					"No previously marked messages.\n" :
+-					"No messages satify (criteria).\n");
++					"No messages satisfy (criteria).\n");
+ 			markall_ret(-1)
+ 		}
+ 	}
+--- mailx-12.4/mailx.1
+@@ -34,9 +34,9 @@
+ .\" OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ .\" SUCH DAMAGE.
+ .\"
+-.\"     Sccsid: @(#)mailx.1	2.326 (gritter) 10/1/07
++.\"     Sccsid: @(#)mailx.1	2.329 (gritter) 10/9/10
+ .\"
+-.TH MAILX 1 "10/1/07" "Heirloom mailx 12.4" "User Commands"
++.TH MAILX 1 "10/9/10" "Heirloom mailx 12.5" "User Commands"
+ .SH NAME
+ mailx \- send and receive Internet mail
+ .SH SYNOPSIS
+@@ -418,6 +418,21 @@
+ .I address
+ All messages from
+ .IR address .
++By default, this is a case-sensitive search
++for the complete email address.
++If the
++.I allnet
++variable is set,
++only the local part of the addresses is evaluated for the comparison.
++Otherwise if the
++.I showname
++variable is set,
++a case-sensitive search for the complete real name
++of a sender is performed.
++The IMAP-style
++.BI (from\  address)
++expression can be used instead
++if substring matches are desired.
+ .TP
+ .BI ( criterion )
+ All messages that satisfy the given IMAP-style SEARCH
+@@ -3766,7 +3781,7 @@
+ .sp
+ .fi
+ which might cause
+-.N mailx
++.B mailx
+ to respond with, for example:
+ .nf
+ .sp
+--- mailx-12.4/makeconfig
+@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
+ #!/bin/sh
+ 
+ #
+-# Sccsid @(#)makeconfig	1.43 (gritter) 4/14/07
++# Sccsid @(#)makeconfig	1.44 (gritter) 5/26/09
+ #
+ 
+ tmp=___build$$
+@@ -393,6 +393,25 @@
+ !
+ fi
+ 
++if test x$have_openssl = xyes
++then
++	compile_check stack_of 'for STACK_OF()' '#define HAVE_STACK_OF' <<\!
++#include <openssl/ssl.h>
++#include <openssl/err.h>
++#include <openssl/x509v3.h>
++#include <openssl/x509.h>
++#include <openssl/rand.h>
++
++int main(void)
++{
++	STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME)	*gens = NULL;
++	printf("%p", gens);	/* to make it used */
++	SSLv23_client_method();
++	PEM_read_PrivateKey(0, 0, 0, 0);
++	return 0;
++}
++!
++fi
+ 
+ cat >$tmp2.c <<\!
+ #include <gssapi/gssapi.h>
+--- mailx-12.4/mime.c
+@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+ static char copyright[]
+ = "@(#) Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 Gunnar Ritter. All rights reserved.\n";
+-static char sccsid[]  = "@(#)mime.c	2.69 (gritter) 6/29/08";
++static char sccsid[]  = "@(#)mime.c	2.71 (gritter) 7/5/10";
+ #endif /* DOSCCS */
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -788,8 +788,7 @@
+ 
+ 	*isclean = mime_isclean(fp);
+ 	if (*isclean & MIME_HASNUL ||
+-			*contenttype && ascncasecmp(*contenttype, "text/", 5) ||
+-			*contenttype == NULL && *isclean & MIME_CTRLCHAR) {
++			*contenttype && ascncasecmp(*contenttype, "text/", 5)) {
+ 		convert = CONV_TOB64;
+ 		if (*contenttype == NULL ||
+ 				ascncasecmp(*contenttype, "text/", 5) == 0)
+@@ -809,6 +808,7 @@
+ 			*contenttype = "application/octet-stream";
+ 			*charset = NULL;
+ 		} if (*isclean & MIME_CTRLCHAR) {
++			convert = CONV_TOB64;
+ 			/*
+ 			 * RFC 2046 forbids control characters other than
+ 			 * ^I or ^L in text/plain bodies. However, some
+@@ -1048,12 +1048,22 @@
+ 				uptr = nptr + outleft;
+ 				iptr = cout.s;
+ 				if (iconv_ft(fhicd, &iptr, &inleft,
+-						&nptr, &outleft) != 0 &&
++					&nptr, &outleft) == (size_t)-1 &&
+ 						errno == E2BIG) {
+ 					iconv(fhicd, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+ 					mime_fromhdr_inc(inleft);
+ 					goto again;
+ 				}
++				/*
++				 * For state-dependent encodings,
++				 * reset the state here, assuming
++				 * that states are restricted to
++				 * single encoded-word parts.
++				 */
++				while (iconv(fhicd, NULL, NULL,
++					&nptr, &outleft) == (size_t)-1 &&
++						errno == E2BIG)
++					mime_fromhdr_inc(16);
+ 				out->l += uptr - mptr - outleft;
+ 				q += uptr - mptr - outleft;
+ 			} else {
+@@ -1295,7 +1305,7 @@
+ 		isz = len;
+ 		op = cbuf;
+ 		osz = cbufsz;
+-		if (iconv(iconvd, &ip, &isz, &op, &osz) != 0) {
++		if (iconv(iconvd, &ip, &isz, &op, &osz) == (size_t)-1) {
+ 			if (errno != E2BIG) {
+ 				ac_free(cbuf);
+ 				return 0;
+@@ -1489,7 +1499,8 @@
+ 		outleft = mptrsz;
+ 		nptr = mptr;
+ 		iptr = ptr;
+-		if (iconv_ft(iconvd, &iptr, &inleft, &nptr, &outleft) != 0 &&
++		if (iconv_ft(iconvd, &iptr, &inleft, &nptr, &outleft) ==
++					(size_t)-1 &&
+ 				errno == E2BIG) {
+ 			iconv(iconvd, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+ 			ac_free(mptr);
+--- mailx-12.4/nail.rc
+@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
+ # This file is not overwritten when 'make install' is run in
+ # the mailx build process again.
+ 
+-# Sccsid @(#)nail.rc	2.10 (gritter) 3/4/06
++# Sccsid @(#)nail.rc	2.11 (gritter) 8/2/08
+ 
+ # Do not forward to mbox by default since this is likely to be
+ # irritating for most users today.
+@@ -54,6 +54,9 @@
+ 
+ # If threaded mode is activated, automatically collapse thread.
+ set autocollapse
++
++# Mark messages that have been answered.
++set markanswered
+ 
+ # Hide some header fields which are uninteresting for most human readers.
+ ignore received in-reply-to message-id references
+--- mailx-12.4/openssl.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)openssl.c	1.25 (gritter) 8/4/07";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)openssl.c	1.26 (gritter) 5/26/09";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -101,12 +101,17 @@
+ static int ssl_rand_init(void);
+ static void ssl_init(void);
+ static int ssl_verify_cb(int success, X509_STORE_CTX *store);
+-static SSL_METHOD *ssl_select_method(const char *uhp);
++static const SSL_METHOD *ssl_select_method(const char *uhp);
+ static void ssl_load_verifications(struct sock *sp);
+ static void ssl_certificate(struct sock *sp, const char *uhp);
+ static enum okay ssl_check_host(const char *server, struct sock *sp);
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++static int smime_verify(struct message *m, int n, STACK_OF(X509) *chain,
++		X509_STORE *store);
++#else
+ static int smime_verify(struct message *m, int n, STACK *chain,
+ 		X509_STORE *store);
++#endif
+ static EVP_CIPHER *smime_cipher(const char *name);
+ static int ssl_password_cb(char *buf, int size, int rwflag, void *userdata);
+ static FILE *smime_sign_cert(const char *xname, const char *xname2, int warn);
+@@ -203,10 +208,10 @@
+ 	return 1;
+ }
+ 
+-static SSL_METHOD *
++static const SSL_METHOD *
+ ssl_select_method(const char *uhp)
+ {
+-	SSL_METHOD *method;
++	const SSL_METHOD *method;
+ 	char	*cp;
+ 
+ 	cp = ssl_method_string(uhp);
+@@ -308,7 +313,11 @@
+ 	X509 *cert;
+ 	X509_NAME *subj;
+ 	char data[256];
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++	STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME)	*gens;
++#else
+ 	/*GENERAL_NAMES*/STACK	*gens;
++#endif
+ 	GENERAL_NAME	*gen;
+ 	int	i;
+ 
+@@ -357,7 +366,8 @@
+ 
+ 	ssl_init();
+ 	ssl_set_vrfy_level(uhp);
+-	if ((sp->s_ctx = SSL_CTX_new(ssl_select_method(uhp))) == NULL) {
++	if ((sp->s_ctx =
++	     SSL_CTX_new((SSL_METHOD *)ssl_select_method(uhp))) == NULL) {
+ 		ssl_gen_err(catgets(catd, CATSET, 261, "SSL_CTX_new() failed"));
+ 		return STOP;
+ 	}
+@@ -496,7 +506,11 @@
+ }
+ 
+ static int
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++smime_verify(struct message *m, int n, STACK_OF(X509) *chain, X509_STORE *store)
++#else
+ smime_verify(struct message *m, int n, STACK *chain, X509_STORE *store)
++#endif
+ {
+ 	struct message	*x;
+ 	char	*cp, *sender, *to, *cc, *cnttype;
+@@ -505,7 +519,12 @@
+ 	off_t	size;
+ 	BIO	*fb, *pb;
+ 	PKCS7	*pkcs7;
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++	STACK_OF(X509)	*certs;
++	STACK_OF(GENERAL_NAME)	*gens;
++#else
+ 	STACK	*certs, *gens;
++#endif
+ 	X509	*cert;
+ 	X509_NAME	*subj;
+ 	char	data[LINESIZE];
+@@ -614,7 +633,11 @@
+ {
+ 	int	*msgvec = vp, *ip;
+ 	int	ec = 0;
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++	STACK_OF(X509)	*chain = NULL;
++#else
+ 	STACK	*chain = NULL;
++#endif
+ 	X509_STORE	*store;
+ 	char	*ca_dir, *ca_file;
+ 
+@@ -687,7 +710,11 @@
+ 	X509	*cert;
+ 	PKCS7	*pkcs7;
+ 	BIO	*bb, *yb;
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++	STACK_OF(X509)	*certs;
++#else
+ 	STACK	*certs;
++#endif
+ 	EVP_CIPHER	*cipher;
+ 
+ 	certfile = expand((char *)certfile);
+@@ -950,9 +977,14 @@
+ 	off_t	size;
+ 	BIO	*fb, *pb;
+ 	PKCS7	*pkcs7;
++#ifdef HAVE_STACK_OF
++	STACK_OF(X509)	*certs;
++	STACK_OF(X509)	*chain = NULL;
++#else
+ 	STACK	*certs;
+-	X509	*cert;
+ 	STACK	*chain = NULL;
++#endif
++	X509	*cert;
+ 	enum okay	ok = OKAY;
+ 
+ 	message_number = n;
+--- mailx-12.4/quit.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)quit.c	2.28 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)quit.c	2.30 (gritter) 11/11/08";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -584,4 +584,47 @@
+ 
+ done:
+ 	relsesigs();
++}
++
++enum quitflags {
++	QUITFLAG_HOLD      = 001,
++	QUITFLAG_KEEPSAVE  = 002,
++	QUITFLAG_APPEND    = 004,
++	QUITFLAG_EMPTYBOX  = 010
++};
++
++static const struct quitnames {
++	enum quitflags	flag;
++	const char	*name;
++} quitnames[] = {
++	{ QUITFLAG_HOLD,	"hold" },
++	{ QUITFLAG_KEEPSAVE,	"keepsave" },
++	{ QUITFLAG_APPEND,	"append" },
++	{ QUITFLAG_EMPTYBOX,	"emptybox" },
++	{ 0,			NULL }
++};
++
++int
++savequitflags(void)
++{
++	enum quitflags	qf = 0;
++	int	i;
++
++	for (i = 0; quitnames[i].name; i++)
++		if (value(quitnames[i].name))
++			qf |= quitnames[i].flag;
++	return qf;
++}
++
++void
++restorequitflags(int qf)
++{
++	int	i;
++
++	for (i = 0; quitnames[i].name; i++)
++		if (qf & quitnames[i].flag) {
++			if (value(quitnames[i].name) == NULL)
++				assign(quitnames[i].name, "");
++		} else if (value(quitnames[i].name))
++			unset_internal(quitnames[i].name);
+ }
+--- mailx-12.4/sendout.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)sendout.c	2.99 (gritter) 7/4/08";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)sendout.c	2.100 (gritter) 3/1/09";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -1219,8 +1219,9 @@
+ 			if (putname(addr, w, action, &gotcha, "From:", fo,
+ 						&fromfield))
+ 				return 1;
+-		if ((addr = hp->h_organization) != NULL ||
+-				(addr = value("ORGANIZATION")) != NULL) {
++		if (((addr = hp->h_organization) != NULL ||
++				(addr = value("ORGANIZATION")) != NULL)
++				&& strlen(addr) > 0) {
+ 			fwrite("Organization: ", sizeof (char), 14, fo);
+ 			if (mime_write(addr, strlen(addr), fo,
+ 					action == SEND_TODISP ?
+@@ -1269,7 +1270,8 @@
+ 		fwrite("Subject: ", sizeof (char), 9, fo);
+ 		if (ascncasecmp(hp->h_subject, "re: ", 4) == 0) {
+ 			fwrite("Re: ", sizeof (char), 4, fo);
+-			if (mime_write(hp->h_subject + 4,
++			if (strlen(hp->h_subject + 4) > 0 &&
++				mime_write(hp->h_subject + 4,
+ 					strlen(hp->h_subject + 4),
+ 					fo, action == SEND_TODISP ?
+ 					CONV_NONE:CONV_TOHDR,
+--- mailx-12.4/vars.c
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)vars.c	2.11 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)vars.c	2.12 (gritter) 10/1/08";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@
+  * Assign a value to a variable.
+  */
+ void 
+-assign(char *name, char *value)
++assign(const char *name, const char *value)
+ {
+ 	struct var *vp;
+ 	int h;
+@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@
+ }
+ 
+ int 
+-unset_internal(char *name)
++unset_internal(const char *name)
+ {
+ 	struct var *vp, *vp2;
+ 	int h;
+--- mailx-12.4/version.c
+@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
+-#define	V	"12.4"
++#define	V	"12.5"
+ /*
+  * Heirloom mailx - a mail user agent derived from Berkeley Mail.
+  *
+@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
+ 
+ #ifndef lint
+ #ifdef	DOSCCS
+-static char sccsid[] = "@(#)version.c	2.386 (gritter) 7/29/08";
++static char sccsid[] = "@(#)version.c	2.404 (gritter) 7/5/10";
+ #endif
+ #endif /* not lint */
+ 
+@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@
+  * Load this file first to get a "total" Mail version.
+  */
+ /*char	*version = "8.1 6/6/93";*/
+-const char *version = V " 7/29/08";
++const char *version = V " 7/5/10";
+ #ifndef	lint
+ #if __GNUC__ >= 3 && __GNUC_MINOR__ >= 4 || __GNUC__ >= 4
+ #define USED    __attribute__ ((used))
+@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
+ #else
+ #define USED
+ #endif
+-static const char *versionid USED = "@(#)mailx " V " (gritter) 7/29/08";
++static const char *versionid USED = "@(#)mailx " V " (gritter) 7/5/10";
+ #endif	/* !lint */
+ /* SLIST */
+ /*
+@@ -65,42 +65,42 @@
+ base64.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)base64.c	2.14 (gritter) 4/21/06";
+ cache.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cache.c	1.61 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ cmd1.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd1.c	2.97 (gritter) 6/16/07";
+-cmd2.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd2.c	2.46 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+-cmd3.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd3.c	2.86 (gritter) 10/1/07";
++cmd2.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd2.c	2.47 (gritter) 5/9/10";
++cmd3.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmd3.c	2.87 (gritter) 10/1/08";
+ cmdtab.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)cmdtab.c	2.51 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ collect.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)collect.c	2.54 (gritter) 6/16/07";
+ def.h: *	Sccsid @(#)def.h	2.104 (gritter) 3/4/06
+ dotlock.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)dotlock.c	2.9 (gritter) 3/20/06";
+ edit.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)edit.c	2.24 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+-extern.h: *	Sccsid @(#)extern.h	2.161 (gritter) 10/1/07
+-fio.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)fio.c	2.73 (gritter) 1/7/08";
++extern.h: *	Sccsid @(#)extern.h	2.162 (gritter) 10/1/08
++fio.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)fio.c	2.76 (gritter) 9/16/09";
+ getname.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)getname.c	2.5 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ getopt.c:	Sccsid @(#)getopt.c	1.7 (gritter) 12/16/07	
+ glob.h: *	Sccsid @(#)glob.h	2.27 (gritter) 6/16/07
+ head.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)head.c	2.17 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ hmac.c:	Sccsid @(#)hmac.c	1.8 (gritter) 3/4/06	
+-imap.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap.c	1.219 (gritter) 1/6/08";
++imap.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap.c	1.222 (gritter) 3/13/09";
+ imap_gssapi.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap_gssapi.c	1.10 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ imap_search.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)imap_search.c	1.29 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+-junk.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)junk.c	1.73 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++junk.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)junk.c	1.75 (gritter) 9/14/08";
+ lex.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)lex.c	2.86 (gritter) 12/25/06";
+-list.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)list.c	2.61 (gritter) 01/07/07";
++list.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)list.c	2.62 (gritter) 12/11/08";
+ lzw.c: * Sccsid @(#)lzw.c	1.11 (gritter) 3/4/06
+ macro.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)macro.c	1.13 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ maildir.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)maildir.c	1.20 (gritter) 12/28/06";
+ main.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)main.c	2.51 (gritter) 10/1/07";
+ md5.c:	Sccsid @(#)md5.c	1.8 (gritter) 3/4/06	
+ md5.h:	Sccsid @(#)md5.h	1.8 (gritter) 3/4/06	
+-mime.c:static char sccsid[]  = "@(#)mime.c	2.69 (gritter) 6/29/08";
++mime.c:static char sccsid[]  = "@(#)mime.c	2.71 (gritter) 7/5/10";
+ names.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)names.c	2.22 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ nss.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)nss.c	1.48 (gritter) 8/4/07";
+-openssl.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)openssl.c	1.25 (gritter) 8/4/07";
++openssl.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)openssl.c	1.26 (gritter) 5/26/09";
+ pop3.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)pop3.c	2.43 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ popen.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)popen.c	2.20 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+-quit.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)quit.c	2.28 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++quit.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)quit.c	2.30 (gritter) 11/11/08";
+ rcv.h: *	Sccsid @(#)rcv.h	2.7 (gritter) 3/4/06
+ send.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)send.c	2.86 (gritter) 2/4/08";
+-sendout.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)sendout.c	2.99 (gritter) 7/4/08";
++sendout.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)sendout.c	2.100 (gritter) 3/1/09";
+ smtp.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)smtp.c	2.43 (gritter) 8/4/07";
+ ssl.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)ssl.c	1.39 (gritter) 6/12/06";
+ strings.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)strings.c	2.6 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+@@ -108,5 +108,5 @@
+ thread.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)thread.c	1.57 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+ tty.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)tty.c	2.29 (gritter) 3/9/07";
+ v7.local.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)v7.local.c	2.10 (gritter) 3/4/06";
+-vars.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)vars.c	2.11 (gritter) 3/4/06";
++vars.c:static char sccsid[] = "@(#)vars.c	2.12 (gritter) 10/1/08";
+ */
diff --git a/testing/heirloom-mailx/APKBUILD b/testing/heirloom-mailx/APKBUILD
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7aa15a7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/heirloom-mailx/APKBUILD
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+# Contributor: Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com>
+# Maintainer: Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com>
+pkgname=heirloom-mailx
+pkgver=12.4
+pkgrel=0
+pkgdesc="A free clone of SysV mailx"
+url="http://heirloom.sourceforge.net/mailx.html"
+arch="all"
+license="BSD"
+depends=""
+makedepends="openssl-dev"
+install=""
+subpackages="$pkgname-doc"
+source="http://sourceforge.net/projects/heirloom/files/heirloom-mailx/$pkgver/mailx-$pkgver.tar.bz2
+	12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
+	makevars.patch"
+
+_builddir="$srcdir"/mailx-$pkgver
+prepare() {
+	local i
+	cd "$_builddir"
+	for i in $source; do
+		case $i in
+		*.patch) msg $i; patch -p1 -i "$srcdir"/$i || return 1;;
+		esac
+	done
+}
+
+build() {
+	cd "$_builddir"
+	make || return 1
+}
+
+package() {
+	cd "$_builddir"
+	make DESTDIR="$pkgdir" install || return 1
+	install -Dm 0644 COPYING "$pkgdir"/usr/share/licenses/"$pkgname"/COPYING || return 1
+	cd "$pkgdir"/usr/share/man/man1/ && mv mailx.1 "$pkgname".1
+}
+
+md5sums="0c93759e34200eb56a0e7c464680a54a  mailx-12.4.tar.bz2
+a4a91391ada32a7b87ff5255d2f06c47  12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
+75abf9efc9fabee598d5500951073cb6  makevars.patch"
+sha256sums="92201e769fe346bc0364c87437a330ef3c97ab3e9d7b2235b93f509e85e5716a  mailx-12.4.tar.bz2
+d3629782c2b4d676aadea823335a57c8ed5f86e6d6fde31b18313b9c070727bc  12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
+5df76dc08562bf12ab0c2ac1e32fe70f137c18258af29284448448f0b5848ace  makevars.patch"
+sha512sums="a0e29972f552bd630ce1a14f70e61661815118520bcd4a00b6cad53f3270d3d08c835ff6982ba8800eb380a5b46f54eb6e60fb7533b5f41c916af45d29605af8  mailx-12.4.tar.bz2
+c2435c18b3e972a77bbaa1b915cae567cafcd65cba1710cd78e7b934d33662361aa1e72fb99d0f109945c603ec847552345a4a5c3ec64dbc307cbb811a6d74d0  12.4-to-12.5pre.patch
+b831544e92b0262b6d5276cb7e78427cb33fd09bc3cb2ffc398cb3f930f05764bcecc8e5b1743554dadc5e0bd791d56b4a72b7a05089db7170437dd5254b9080  makevars.patch"
diff --git a/testing/heirloom-mailx/makevars.patch b/testing/heirloom-mailx/makevars.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..94d97eb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/heirloom-mailx/makevars.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+commit 31527ffd5d77c6cf21850bddd9ae7e97e37721ca
+Author: Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com>
+Date:   Sat Sep 13 09:48:34 2014 -0700
+
+    Use more standard defaults
+
+diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
+index 5f4b124..05d0635 100644
+--- a/Makefile
+@@ -6,18 +6,18 @@
+ # See the file INSTALL if you need help.
+ #
+ 
+-PREFIX		= /usr/local
++PREFIX		= /usr
+ BINDIR		= $(PREFIX)/bin
+ MANDIR		= $(PREFIX)/share/man
+ SYSCONFDIR	= /etc
+ 
+ MAILRC		= $(SYSCONFDIR)/nail.rc
+-MAILSPOOL	= /var/mail
+-SENDMAIL	= /usr/lib/sendmail
++MAILSPOOL	= /var/spool/mail
++SENDMAIL	= /usr/sbin/sendmail
+ 
+ DESTDIR		=
+ 
+-UCBINSTALL	= /usr/ucb/install
++UCBINSTALL	= /usr/bin/install
+ 
+ # Define compiler, preprocessor, and linker flags here.
+ # Note that some Linux/glibc versions need -D_GNU_SOURCE in CPPFLAGS, or
-- 
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On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 10:46:43AM +0200, Natanael Copa wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:33:17 -0700
> Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:
>  
> > I'm inclined to think that in the short term, heirloom-mailx would be
> > a significant improvement over our current main/mailx.
> 
> Agree.
> 
> > What I'd like to do is add testing/heirloom-mailx providing mailx;
> > I have a preliminary aport without the provides part.
> > In the future, upgrading to s-nail seems like a logical path; but
> > I think that using s-nail now might be hasty.
> 
> The upstream tarball is named mailx so i think you can just call it
> testing/mailx and we simply purge unmaintained/mailx.
> 
> Thank you very much for following this up!

I think you're getting packages a little mixed up due to all the
occurences of mailx.

There are two preexisting packages:

unmaintained/mailx-support
main/mailx

mailx-support is the "lockspool" utility from OpenBSD, which should
probably be used whenever mbox-format spools are used.
If it were renamed to lockspool, that would be more informative.

main/mailx is in main, so I don't want to purge it just yet.
But it would be more accurate to rename it to main/mail

Now, a note: If heirloom-mailx gets renamed to mailx, it will need one
alteration:
I'm using the package name to rename mailx.1 so it doesn't conflict with
man-pages.
In my experiene, the magic that the fts APKBUILD uses to try to avoid
intalling fts-doc along with man-pages doesn't work, so I'd rather not
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Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:
 
> I'm inclined to think that in the short term, heirloom-mailx would be
> a significant improvement over our current main/mailx.

Agree.

> What I'd like to do is add testing/heirloom-mailx providing mailx;
> I have a preliminary aport without the provides part.
> In the future, upgrading to s-nail seems like a logical path; but
> I think that using s-nail now might be hasty.

The upstream tarball is named mailx so i think you can just call it
testing/mailx and we simply purge unmaintained/mailx.

Thank you very much for following this up!

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I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066

Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
mail/mailx?

-nc


On Mon, 15 Sep 2014 07:37:29 -0700
Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 10:46:43AM +0200, Natanael Copa wrote:
> > On Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:33:17 -0700
> > Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:
> >  
> > > I'm inclined to think that in the short term, heirloom-mailx would be
> > > a significant improvement over our current main/mailx.
> > 
> > Agree.
> > 
> > > What I'd like to do is add testing/heirloom-mailx providing mailx;
> > > I have a preliminary aport without the provides part.
> > > In the future, upgrading to s-nail seems like a logical path; but
> > > I think that using s-nail now might be hasty.
> > 
> > The upstream tarball is named mailx so i think you can just call it
> > testing/mailx and we simply purge unmaintained/mailx.
> > 
> > Thank you very much for following this up!
> 
> I think you're getting packages a little mixed up due to all the
> occurences of mailx.
> 
> There are two preexisting packages:
> 
> unmaintained/mailx-support
> main/mailx
> 
> mailx-support is the "lockspool" utility from OpenBSD, which should
> probably be used whenever mbox-format spools are used.
> If it were renamed to lockspool, that would be more informative.
> 
> main/mailx is in main, so I don't want to purge it just yet.
> But it would be more accurate to rename it to main/mail
> 
> Now, a note: If heirloom-mailx gets renamed to mailx, it will need one
> alteration:
> I'm using the package name to rename mailx.1 so it doesn't conflict with
> man-pages.
> In my experiene, the magic that the fts APKBUILD uses to try to avoid
> intalling fts-doc along with man-pages doesn't work, so I'd rather not
> duplicate it.
> 
> Thanks,
> Isaac Dunham
> 
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2015-01-27 16:15 GMT+01:00 Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org>:
> I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
> http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066
>
> Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
> heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
> heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
> mail/mailx?

Hi,
I missed the topic :) 5 minutes... and I made a port from OpenBSD repo
(for musl). You need to fix the Makefile (gnu make).

Daniel
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On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 04:15:35PM +0100, Natanael Copa wrote:
> I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
> http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066
> 
> Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
> heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
> heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
> mail/mailx?
> 
> -nc

Yes.
heirloom-mailx does not mention -v in its help, but seems to accept it.
Other options/arguments seem to be compatible.

> 
> > Now, a note: If heirloom-mailx gets renamed to mailx, it will need one
> > alteration:
> > I'm using the package name to rename mailx.1 so it doesn't conflict with
> > man-pages.
> > In my experiene, the magic that the fts APKBUILD uses to try to avoid
> > installing fts-doc along with man-pages doesn't work, so I'd rather not
> > duplicate it.

Thanks,
Isaac Dunham


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Daniel Cegie*ka <daniel.cegielka@gmail.com> wrote:

> 2015-01-27 16:15 GMT+01:00 Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org>:
> > I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
> > http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066
> >
> > Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
> > heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
> > heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
> > mail/mailx?
> 
> Hi,
> I missed the topic :) 5 minutes... and I made a port from OpenBSD repo
> (for musl). You need to fix the Makefile (gnu make).
> 
> Daniel

Using this isn't really any better than using a random snapshot that
arch linux has prepared.

We could use openbsd as upstream but then we need to embed some script
in the APKBUILD that could cvs checkout the openbsd source and prepare
a source tarball for us - and add patches for make.

I'd rather switch to s-nail or heirloom-mailx.

-nc


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On Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:35:36 -0800
Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 04:15:35PM +0100, Natanael Copa wrote:
> > I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
> > http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066
> > 
> > Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
> > heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
> > heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
> > mail/mailx?
> > 
> > -nc
> 
> Yes.
> heirloom-mailx does not mention -v in its help, but seems to accept it.
> Other options/arguments seem to be compatible.

I'm thinking how to do this for stable to fix the CVE issues. I looked
at backporting the patches to our version but that seems like alot of
work so I don't think that is a good option.

It seems that heirloom-mailx also introduces krb5 dependency. I think
we don't want that for stable, but it also looks like its optional.

The /etc/mail.rc has been renamed to /etc/nail.rc but I suppose we can
add a pre-upgrade script that will rename existing /etc/mail.rc
to /etc/nail.rc and add a symlink /etc/mail.rc.

There is also a heirloom-mailx fork named s-nail. I don't know if that
is a better alternative.

other thoughts?

-nc


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On Fri, Jan 30, 2015 at 01:46:01PM +0100, Natanael Copa wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:35:36 -0800
> Isaac Dunham <ibid.ag@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 04:15:35PM +0100, Natanael Copa wrote:
> > > I'm bringing up this old issue because there are a couple of CVE issues:
> > > http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2014/q4/1066
> > > 
> > > Do you think it would be possible to completely replace main/mailx with
> > > heirloom-mailx without breaking too much? More specifically, does
> > > heirloom/mailx' mail implementation support all the args in current
> > > mail/mailx?
> > > 
> > > -nc
> > 
> > Yes.
> > heirloom-mailx does not mention -v in its help, but seems to accept it.
> > Other options/arguments seem to be compatible.
> 
> I'm thinking how to do this for stable to fix the CVE issues. I looked
> at backporting the patches to our version but that seems like alot of
> work so I don't think that is a good option.
> 
> It seems that heirloom-mailx also introduces krb5 dependency. I think
> we don't want that for stable, but it also looks like its optional.

krb5 is for IMAP authentication over GSSAPI; it is optional, and there
are 4 GSS libraries that can be used in theory.
The makefile probes for these, so it's simply a matter of whether
the library is in makedepends.
Our "mailx" (actually "mail") does not support IMAP at all, so dropping
krb5 from makedepends for stable should be fine.
I'm not aware of a particular need for IMAP authentication over GSSAPI,
but thought that it would be better to support it since we have Kerberos
in main/ (in other words, feel free to drop it completely if you see fit).

> The /etc/mail.rc has been renamed to /etc/nail.rc but I suppose we can
> add a pre-upgrade script that will rename existing /etc/mail.rc
> to /etc/nail.rc and add a symlink /etc/mail.rc.

Sounds good.

> There is also a heirloom-mailx fork named s-nail. I don't know if that
> is a better alternative.

If you look back over the thread, I mentioned s-nail but chose not to
package it yet because the development plans involve(d) a bunch of code
cleanup down the road, including dropping IMAP support for a release
or two and then rewriting it from scratch.

It's probably a good idea in the long term, but I doubt that starting to
support IMAP, turning it off, and turning it on again with a complete
rewrite of the backend is going to make things easy for users or for
tidy upgrades.

Once the s-nail developers have the new IMAP support finished, it would
probably be a good choice.

Thanks,
Isaac Dunham


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