gmime 2.2.4

       Module: gmime
      Version: 2.2.4
  Uploaded by: Jeffrey Stedfast
  md5sum: dd86578d15138596fae2bfe04d392f33
    size: 916K
  md5sum: 65b8030ab06d7e3d4bbcb309214022e1
    size: 704K


2007-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* Bumped version to 2.2.4

2007-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	Fix for bug #394433

	* Detect if the system has GNU's getopt
	implementation available for us to use.

	* Don't build our own copy of the GNU getopt library
	if the system has it available.

	* src/uuencode.c: If the system has getopt.h, use it instead of
	our own getopt.h.

	* src/uudecode.c: If the system has getopt.h, use it instead of
	our own getopt.h.

2007-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	More fixes on account of my test suite...

	* tests/test-cat.c (test_cat_substream): end = start + random
	amount... duh. Fixes a bug where sometimes the end bound was < the
	start bound.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_substream): Calculate the
	length of each of the source streams correctly. D'oh.
	(stream_substream): Fixed the calculation for s->start.
	(stream_substream): Fixed the s->end calculation for when end
	within the source stream's bounds.
	(stream_substream): Keep track of how long our substream is going
	to be for use with setting absolute bound_end on a multi-stream

2007-02-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	Fixes on account of the awesome test suite I wrote earlier... still
	need to fix ::substream() tho (or maybe it's just the test that's

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c: Added an id member to struct
	_cat_node, for use with debugging...
	(stream_read): Seek in the source stream, don't call
	Cat::stream_seek() to do it.
	(stream_seek): Swapped the logic of the "within bounds" check, had
	it backwards. When seeking past a stream, set the node->position
	to the length of the stream (technically, it's like we read() thru
	all that data, right?). Instead of resetting all streams starting
	at n->next, reset them all starting at current->next... since 'n'
	technically might be before 'current'.
	(g_mime_stream_cat_add_source): Assign each node an id for easier

2007-02-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	* tests/test-cat.c: The beginnings of a test suite for

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Go to the next stream if
	nread <= 0, not just nread == 0.

2007-02-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_reset): No longer need to
	update stream->position.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (stream_reset): Same g_return_if_fail
	change. Also don't update stream->position.
	(stream_seek): Added similar sanity checking/eos resetting as
	StreamFs code.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_read): Style changes.
	(stream_write): Style changes.
	(stream_close): Fixed compiler warning.
	(stream_reset): Changed g_return_if_fail to a true if-then.
	(stream_seek): Changed to mimic the StreamFs changes.
	(g_mime_stream_file_new): Similar to fs_new() change.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_close): Loop the close()
	(stream_reset): Changed g_return_if_fail to a true if-then. Also
	be better about resetting eos.
	(stream_seek): Rewritten to be more correct/robust (at least I
	hope). Also properly reset eos when appropriate.
	(g_mime_stream_fs_new): If lseek() fails, pretend start offset is

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (stream_reset): No longer needs to update
	(g_mime_stream_reset): Update stream->position if everything reset
	smoothly. This is just a convenience change to subclass

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Rewritten. Hopefully
	correct now? Ugh. We can hope...
	(stream_write): Fixed to work better.
	(stream_close): Rewritten.
	(stream_reset): Rewritten to reset the streams, don't seek.
	(stream_seek): Rewritten... still not correct, but should be ok
	assuming our bound_start is 0.
	(stream_length): Rewritten to not depend on a pre-calculated
	length value... this Does Not Work (tm) if the source streams are
	unbound and we've written to them.
	(stream_substream): Rewritten... because ::seek() is so complex
	for this type of stream, I've tried to eliminate a lot of the
	headaches by making substreams only slurp up the streams within
	the bounds of the start/end requested. If the entire contents
	within the requested bounds are contained within a single source
	stream, we return a substream of said source stream instead.
	(g_mime_stream_cat_add_source): Don't precalculate the length here

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_read): Fixed to never allow
	buflen to be negative if the read() of our source stream fails.
	(stream_close): Handle the case where we've already been closed.
	(stream_eos): Simplified.
	(stream_reset): Stylistic changes.
	(stream_seek): Don't allow seeks under our bound_start.

2007-02-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_flush): Flush all streams up to
	and including the current stream, not just the current stream.
	(stream_write): break if we don't write any data to
	current->stream or get an error so we can try the next stream.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_close): Same as below.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_close): Allow closing multiple
	times... makes this consistant with the other streams.
	(stream_write): If a system write fails with EFBIG or ENOSPC, set
	eos to TRUE.

2007-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	* tests/test-streams.c (test_stream_gets): printf formatter fixes.

	* examples/imap-example.c: #include <glib/gstdio.h>, fixes bug

2007-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj gnome org>

	Fixes bug #394419

	* gmime/gmime-filter-charset.c (filter_filter): Do iconv const
	(filter_complete): Same.

2006-11-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj novell com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_format_date): Changed
	the names of the parameters to date and tz_offset to prevent
	warnings from -Wshadow.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (writeln): Fixed another possible
	buffer overflow condition pointed out by hpj.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-crlf.c (filter_filter): Fixed a possible
	buffer overflow condition pointed out by hpj.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_step): Modified to use
	poll() rather than select()

2006-09-18  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw novell com>

	* mono/ Use SOURCES_XML instead of XML_SOURCES to
	specify the sources.xml file.  XML_SOURCES breaks with newer

2006-08-29  Pawel Salek  <pawsa theochem kth se>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c: set buf just before use - since
	the mem stream buffer may get reallocated in the meantime leading
	to segfaults.

2006-08-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj novell com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_quoted_string): Unescape escape
	sequences. Fixes bug #352771.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_subject): Updated the
	(g_mime_message_get_subject): Same.

2006-08-21  Peter Bloomfield  <peterbloomfield bellsouth net>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_unquote_string): handle an
	arbitrary sequence of quoted and unquoted sections.

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