New EPEL7 release for claws-mail
This update has been submitted for testing by simo.
This update is currently being pushed to the Fedora EPEL 7 testing updates repository.
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claws-mail-plugins-bsfilter-3.11.1-2.el7 requires bsfilter, which is not
available. Please do not push this to stable before this dependency problem has
This update has reached 14 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
exept missing bsfilter, everything is OK
This update has been submitted for stable by simo.
bsfilter plugin should not be built for EPEL7. Add conditional sections in the
spec file, please. bsfilter uses Ruby and pulls in +53 dependent packages
even on F21 GNOME. Huh, java-1.8.0-openjdk even!
awjb has edited this update. New build(s): claws-mail-plugins-3.11.1-2.el7, claws-mail-3.11.1-5.el7, libytnef-1.5-13.el7. Removed build(s): claws-mail-3.11.1-2.el7.
This update has been submitted for testing by awjb.
awjb has edited this update. New build(s): claws-mail-plugins-3.11.1-3.el7. Removed build(s): claws-mail-plugins-3.11.1-2.el7.
Looks okay to me.
I have installed claws-mail from epel-testing, and I have tested POP3 over SSL, and that worked fine.
Not possible. CM uses GTK+2, webkitgtk3 is for GTK+3.
If it not possible, this package should be removed from EPEL7. That is the other option.
Due to the age of this package, it should not be added to EPEL. If you feel this package should still be in EPEL, please rebuilt it and submit another update request.
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