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    1 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.999.1) unstable; urgency=low
    2 
    3   Debian:
    4   * Added watch file.
    5 
    6   Mail::SPF::Query:
    7   * Do not use \p{} named properties in the "a" and "mx" mechanisms' argument
    8     validation code, since Perl 5.6 requires (flaky) "use utf8" for them to
    9     work, and [a-z]/[a-z0-9] should work just as well (closes rt.cpan.org bug
   10     #17815).
   11   * Some minor documentation formatting improvements.
   12 
   13  -- Julian Mehnle <julian@mehnle.net>  Sun, 26 Feb 2006 18:00:00 +0000
   14 
   15 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.999) unstable; urgency=low
   16 
   17   Debian:
   18   * Build-Depend, not Build-Depend-Indep, on debhelper.  Also, depend on
   19     debhelper >= 5.
   20   * Build-Depend-Indep on netbase to allow testing to work when building in a
   21     pbuilder chroot (closes: #351030).
   22 
   23   Mail::SPF::Query:
   24   * No longer accept malformed SPF records such as "\"v=spf1 ...\"" (spurious
   25     double quotes) or " v=spf1 ..." (leading whitespace).
   26   * Combine multiple TXT strings into a single string _before_ fallbacks are
   27     tried.  Thus, fallbacks now also get applied if there are only non-
   28     "v=spf1" TXT records; this wasn't the case before.
   29   * Guard against non-numeric cidr-lengths (closes rt.cpan.org bug #17061).
   30   * Flattened the { 'domain' => { record => '...' } } override and fallback
   31     argument format to just { 'domain' => '...' }.  The old format is still
   32     supported for backwards compatibility.
   33   * Added a "BUGS" section to the man-page documenting M:S:Q's known
   34     deficiencies.
   35   * Lots of minor code improvements.
   36 
   37   spfquery:
   38   * Correctly recognize the --mail-from (AKA --sender) option.  The version
   39     in the M:S:Q 1.998 release was broken in this regard.
   40   * Actually require the --helo option for the --mail-from (AKA --sender)
   41     form.
   42   * Cleaned up command-line argument validation code.
   43   * Cleaned up the inconsistent short and long (--help) usage and man-page
   44     texts.
   45   * Clarified the file input syntax in the help and man-page texts.
   46   * The "--override" and "--fallback" options are now actually working and
   47     documented.
   48 
   49   Tests:
   50   * Overhauled 00_all.t test script:
   51     * Don't skip tests when a non-last test in a test tuple fails (this made
   52       test 223 "fail", for example, because Test::Harness thought that some
   53       planned tests were not performed).
   54     * Marked test 219 (SERVFAIL) as non-critical, because it isn't completely
   55       reliable (sometimes, apparently behind some NATs and firewalls, the
   56       query just times out instead of returning SERVFAIL) (closes rt.cpan.org
   57       bug #17099).
   58     * Generate and collect debug log output (internally) along with the normal
   59       M:S:Q->result() calls right away, so that extra just-to-get-debug-output
   60       M:S:Q->result() calls can be saved.  Also we can make debug log output
   61       Test::Harness-compatible this way by printing it ourselves with '#'
   62       chars at the beginnings of lines.
   63     * Cleaned up code.
   64   * Cleaned up comments in t/test.dat test data file.
   65 
   66  -- Julian Mehnle <julian@mehnle.net>  Tue,  7 Feb 2006 00:00:00 +0000
   67 
   68 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.998) unstable; urgency=low
   69 
   70   Debian:
   71   * New maintainer: Julian Mehnle <julian@mehnle.net>.
   72   * Unversioned Build-Depends and Depends on liburi-perl.
   73   * Updated package description.
   74   * Cleaned up debian/rules.
   75   * Updated copyright file to reflect new Debian and upstream maintainership.
   76   * spfquery man-page has been included (and updated) upstream.
   77 
   78   Mail::SPF::Query:
   79   * Removed obsolete Caller-ID support (closes: #337319, #337500).
   80   * Always use Sys::Hostname::Long. And thus, depend on libsys-hostname-long
   81     (closes: #332952, #342629).
   82   * Changed local machine hostname macro from "xr" to "r" (closes rt.cpan.org
   83     bug #9744).
   84   * Restrict the number of SPF record lookups to a maximum of 10 (was: 20).
   85     Thanks to Craig Whitmore!
   86   * Fixes to mechanisms implementation:
   87     * a, mx: Check if domain is a valid FQDN, i.e. ends in ".<toplabel>".
   88     * ip4: Return "unknown" (PermError) if no argument was specified. Also,
   89       don't auto-complete "1.2.3" CIDR specs to "1.2.3.0", as such an
   90       abbreviated syntax is forbidden by the SPF spec anyway.
   91     Thanks to Craig Whitmore!
   92   * Lots of minor code and documentation fixes/improvements.
   93 
   94   spfd:
   95   * Added complete POD documentation/man-page.
   96   * Both "--xxx" and "-xxx" forms of command-line options are now supported.
   97   * Renamed most of the command-line options:
   98       --path       => --socket
   99       --pathuser   => --socket-user
  100       --pathgroup  => --socket-group
  101       --pathmode   => --socket-perms
  102       --setuser    => --set-user
  103       --setgroup   => --set-group
  104     The old option names are still supported for backwards compatibility.
  105   * Do not print usage information when neither "--port" nor "--socket" are
  106     specified (i.e. when the default TCP port would just be used).  Print a
  107     more specific hint instead.
  108   * Added "--help" option to print usage information.
  109   * Some minor code fixes/improvements.
  110 
  111   spfquery:
  112   * Added complete POD documentation/man-page.
  113   * Both "--xxx" and "-xxx" forms of command-line options are now supported.
  114     Also, a "-x" (short) form is now supported for the most important options.
  115   * Renamed the "--max-lookup" option to "--max-lookup-count" to match the
  116     Mail::SPF::Query API.  "--max-lookup" is still supported for backwards
  117     compatibility.
  118   * Added "--mail-from" and "-m" synonyms for the "--sender" option for
  119     consistency with the "--helo" option.
  120   * Cleaned up the "--help" usage output.
  121   * Lots of minor code improvements.
  122 
  123   Tests:
  124   * Some minor tests improvements.
  125   * Turned test.pl into .t file in t/ directory, so testing output is parsed
  126     (closes rt.cpan.org bug #7748).
  127   * Plan the correct number of tests, not just the number of non-comment lines
  128     in test data file.
  129 
  130   Miscellaneous:
  131   * Updated URLs everywhere:
  132       http://spf.pobox.com                           -> http://www.openspf.org
  133       http://www.anarres.org/projects/srs/           -> http://www.libsrs2.org
  134       http://asarian-host.net/srs/sendmailsrs.htm
  135                                   -> http://srs-socketmap.info/sendmailsrs.htm
  136   * Point out everywhere the "non-standard"-ness of best guess processing,
  137     trusted forwarder accreditation checking, and several other features.
  138   * Cleaned up source package file and directory layout:
  139       Query.pm     -> lib/Mail/SPF/Query.pm
  140       Changes      -> CHANGES
  141       test.*       -> t/
  142       spf{d,query} -> bin/
  143       sample/      -> examples/
  144   * postfix-policyd-spf:
  145     * Generate "Received-SPF:" header unless rejecting (fail/Fail) or deferring
  146       (error/TempError) the message.
  147     * Verbose mode is disabled by default.
  148     Thanks to Arjen de Korte!
  149   * spf.py: Removed, because it was really old, and this is a Perl package, not
  150     a Python one.
  151   * Did I mention lots of minor code and documentation fixes/improvements?
  152 
  153  -- Julian Mehnle <julian@mehnle.net>  Sat, 31 Dec 2005 23:00:00 +0000
  154 
  155 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.997-3) unstable; urgency=low
  156 
  157   * Preserve $@ when testing for presence of Sys::Hostname::Long.
  158     This should clean up SpamAssassin logs.  (Closes: #332952)
  159   * After 'spfquery -v' prints version, exit with zero status.
  160     (Closes: #237751)
  161   * Install 'sample' directory as documentation.  (Closes: #245367)
  162   * Increase Standards-Version to 3.6.2
  163 
  164  -- Chip Salzenberg <chip@debian.org>  Mon, 10 Oct 2005 15:05:03 -0700
  165 
  166 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.997-2) unstable; urgency=low
  167 
  168   * Include man page for spfquery, contributed by Zac Sprackett
  169     <zac@sprackett.com>.  (Closes: #264112)
  170   * Fix typo in package description.  (Closes: #252160)
  171   * Depend on a newer version of libnet-dns-perl.  (Closes: #238247)
  172   
  173  -- Chip Salzenberg <chip@debian.org>  Sun, 10 Apr 2005 13:21:40 -0400
  174 
  175 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.997-1) unstable; urgency=low
  176 
  177   * New upstream release.
  178 
  179  -- Chip Salzenberg <chip@debian.org>  Tue,  8 Mar 2005 12:25:13 -0500
  180 
  181 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.996-1) unstable; urgency=low
  182 
  183   * New upstream release.
  184   * Include upstream's experimental new version of spfquery.
  185     (At least now we have error checking on command options.)
  186 
  187  -- Chip Salzenberg <chip@debian.org>  Thu, 11 Mar 2004 14:37:28 -0500
  188 
  189 libmail-spf-query-perl (1.991-1) unstable; urgency=low
  190 
  191   * Initial Release.
  192 
  193  -- Chip Salzenberg <chip@debian.org>  Wed,  4 Feb 2004 11:20:21 -0500
  194