libc-client2007e-dev - c-client library for mail protocols - development files

Distribution: Debian Sid
Repository: Debian Main i386
Package name: libc-client2007e-dev
Package version: 2007f~dfsg
Package release: 5
Package architecture: i386
Package type: deb
Installed size: 1.60 KB
Download size: 526.38 KB
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  • libc-client-dev


  • libc-client-dev


  • libc-client-dev


    Source package: uw-imap

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install libc-client2007e-dev deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install libc-client2007e-dev


    2016-11-23 - Magnus Holmgren <> uw-imap (8:2007f~dfsg-5) unstable; urgency=low * 1006_openssl1.1_autoverify.patch (new): Use new features for validating certificates when building with OpenSSL 1.1 (Closes: #828589). Thanks to Sebastian Andrzej Siewior and Kurt Roeckx for help. * Switch to Debhelper compat level 9. * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.8. * Update Build-Depends with cdbs.

    2014-10-24 - Magnus Holmgren <> uw-imap (8:2007f~dfsg-4) unstable; urgency=medium * 2012_krb5_multidev.patch: Fix typo mixing up --cflags and --libs causing libc-client not to be linked to the kerberos libraries (Closes: #766526). * Tell d-shlibmove to substitute krb5-multidev for libkrb5-dev.

    2014-10-19 - Magnus Holmgren <> uw-imap (8:2007f~dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=low * 2012_krb5_multidev.patch (new): Depend on krb5-multidev rather than libkrb5-dev (Closes: #745333). Thanks to Jelmer Vernooij. * 1005_poll.patch (new): Use poll(2) instead of select(2) to support more than 1024 file descriptors (Closes: #478193). Thanks to Ben Smithurst. * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.6.

    2012-10-25 - Magnus Holmgren <> uw-imap (8:2007f~dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=medium * New maintainer (Closes: #686448). * Disable unnecessarily strict version check (Closes: #682256).

    2012-06-29 - Jonas Smedegaard <> uw-imap (8:2007f~dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. Closes: bug#656074. Thanks to Ivan Shmakov. * Stop shipping uw-imapd or ipopd daemons: Code is in bad shape and better alternatives exist. * Lower Priority of libc-client-*-dev to extra: Depends on similarly prioritized comerr-dev and libkrb5-dev. * Drop locally included CDBS snippets: Adopted upstream. * Use dpkg source format 3.0 (quilt). Stop including and update README.source to not mention quilt. Git-ignore quilt .pc subidr. * Update rules file licensing header: + Extend years, and list them explicitly. + Refer to FSF web URL (not postal address). * Bump debhelper compat level to 7. * Unfuzz patches and refresh using quilt shortening options -pab --no-timestamps --no-index. * Fix use target build-arch (not build). Closes: bug#666288. Thanks to Lucas Nussbaum. * Add patch 1003 to properly zero out len when mail_fetch_body() returns an empty string. Closes: bug#635839. Thanks to Vladimir Kolesnikov and Daniel T Chen. * Add patch 1004 to implement support for IMAP extension METADATA (rfc5464). Closes: bug#456591. Thanks to Mathieu Parent and Kolab project. * Explicitly pass LDFLAGS to build, to hopefully include eventual hardening flags. * Extend patch 1001 to explicitly link against all used Kerberos libs. Closes: bug#558968. Thanks to Peter Fritzsche and Matthias Klose. * Use for Vcs-Browser field. * Update package relations: + Sort and newline-delimit package relations. + Stop build-depending on quilt or patchutils: unneeded with source version 3.0 (quilt). + Relax to build-depend unversioned on debhelper and devscripts: Required versions satisfied even in oldstable. + Tighten build-dependency on cdbs. + Stop build-depending on perl: Was used in a CDBS snippet which is now dropped. + Stop build-depending on po-debconf: Was used for debconf of daemon packages which are now dropped. * Rewrite copyright file using format 1.0. * Fix version in NEWS entry, to silence lintian (sadly it is 6 years too late to be of real benefit). * Drop stray substvars file from source packaging. Thanks to lintian. * Hardcode CDBS-resolved build flags, and stuff CPPFLAGS into CFLAGS, to enable hardening.