Bug 187632 - mail/spamassassin: Tarball doesn't match 3.4 release
mail/spamassassin: Tarball doesn't match 3.4 release
Status: Closed FIXED
Product: Ports & Packages
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Individual Port(s)
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: Normal Affects Only Me
Assigned To: Adam Weinberger
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Reported: 2014-03-16 12:50 UTC by Bernard Spil
Modified: 2014-03-17 02:37 UTC (History)
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Description Bernard Spil 2014-03-16 12:50:00 UTC
The tarball for mail/spamassassin contains old files (at least the docs are out-dated). This problem occurs upstream as well.

Tarball has as last entry in Changes
r1565570 | kmcgrail | 2014-02-07 08:10:37 +0000 (Fri, 07 Feb 2014) | 1 line

Whereas the 3.4 branch has revision 1567219

This is especially visible in /usr/local/share/docs/spamassassin/UPGRADE that is missing upgrading to 3.4
Note for Users Upgrading to SpamAssassin 3.4.0
- Please see the Announcement file at:


Get ASF to build a proper tarball...
How-To-Repeat: cd /usr/ports/mail/spamassassin
make install
Comment 1 Edwin Groothuis freebsd_committer 2014-03-16 12:50:03 UTC
Responsible Changed
From-To: freebsd-ports-bugs->adamw

Over to maintainer (via the GNATS Auto Assign Tool)
Comment 2 dfilter freebsd_committer 2014-03-16 14:24:16 UTC
Author: adamw
Date: Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014
New Revision: 348410
URL: http://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/ports/348410
QAT: https://qat.redports.org/buildarchive/r348410/

  The release notes for 3.4.0 were never included in the tarball from
  upstream. We include the missing commit, and also the release notes
  themselves for good measure.
  PR:		ports/187632
  Submitted by:	Spil <spil.oss@gmail.com>
  Also, as long as we're here, pet portlint a little bit (though it
  still complains loudly about other things).

  head/mail/spamassassin/files/3.4.0-RELEASE-NOTES.txt   (contents, props changed)
  head/mail/spamassassin/files/patch-UPGRADE   (contents, props changed)

Modified: head/japanese/spamassassin/Makefile
--- head/japanese/spamassassin/Makefile	Sun Mar 16 14:22:26 2014	(r348409)
+++ head/japanese/spamassassin/Makefile	Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014	(r348410)
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 # Created by: TAOKA Fumiyoshi
 # $FreeBSD$
 CATEGORIES=	japanese mail perl5

Modified: head/mail/spamassassin/Makefile
--- head/mail/spamassassin/Makefile	Sun Mar 16 14:22:26 2014	(r348409)
+++ head/mail/spamassassin/Makefile	Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014	(r348410)
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
 PORTNAME=		spamassassin
-PORTREVISION?=	3		# also bump japanese/spamassassin
+PORTREVISION?=	4		# also bump japanese/spamassassin
 CATEGORIES?=	mail perl5
 MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR=	spamassassin/source/:apache Mail/:cpan
@@ -15,13 +15,14 @@ COMMENT?=		Highly efficient mail filter 
-BUILD_DEPENDS=	p5-NetAddr-IP>=4.00.7:${PORTSDIR}/net-mgmt/p5-NetAddr-IP \
+ALL_DEPENDS=	p5-NetAddr-IP>=4.00.7:${PORTSDIR}/net-mgmt/p5-NetAddr-IP \
 				p5-Net-DNS>=0.63:${PORTSDIR}/dns/p5-Net-DNS \
 				p5-HTML-Parser>=3.46:${PORTSDIR}/www/p5-HTML-Parser \
 				p5-libwww>=0:${PORTSDIR}/www/p5-libwww \
 				p5-Encode-Detect>=0:${PORTSDIR}/converters/p5-Encode-Detect \
 CONFLICTS?=	ja-spamassassin-[0-9]*
@@ -35,7 +36,7 @@ DBDIR?=		/var/db
 ETCDIR?=	${PREFIX}/etc/mail/spamassassin
-CONTACT_ADDRESS?=	The administrator of that system
+SPAMASSASSIN_CONTACT_ADDRESS?=	The administrator of that system
 USERS?=		spamd
 GROUPS?=	spamd
@@ -95,7 +96,7 @@ RAZOR_INITVAR=			Razor2
 DOCSSQL=	README README.awl README.bayes awl_mysql.sql awl_pg.sql bayes_mysql.sql bayes_pg.sql userpref_mysql.sql userpref_pg.sql
 DOCSLDAP=	README README.testing sa_test.ldif
 PORTDOCS=	${DOCS} sql ldap
@@ -131,7 +132,10 @@ PLIST_SUB+=	UPDATE_ON_INSTALL="no"
-	${FIND} ${WRKSRC} -name \*.orig -delete
+	# The 3.4.0 release notes never made it into the tarball
 	${REINPLACE_CMD} -e 's,B_CONFDIR)/local.cf,B_CONFDIR)/local.cf.sample,g' \
 		-e 's,B_CONFDIR)/init.pre,B_CONFDIR)/init.pre.sample,g' \
 		-e 's,B_CONFDIR)/v310.pre,B_CONFDIR)/v310.pre.sample,g' \
@@ -155,6 +159,8 @@ post-patch::
 	# load pre-compiled rules
 	${REINPLACE_CMD} -e '/Rule2XSBody/s/^\# loadplugin/loadplugin/' ${WRKSRC}/rules/v320.pre
+	${FIND} ${WRKSRC} -name '*.orig' -or -name '*.bak' | ${XARGS} ${RM}
 	${INSTALL_LIB} ${WRKSRC}/spamc/libspamc.so ${STAGEDIR}${PREFIX}/lib/libspamc.so.0

Added: head/mail/spamassassin/files/3.4.0-RELEASE-NOTES.txt
--- /dev/null	00:00:00 1970	(empty, because file is newly added)
+++ head/mail/spamassassin/files/3.4.0-RELEASE-NOTES.txt	Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014	(r348410)
@@ -0,0 +1,461 @@
+To: users, dev, announce
+Subject: ANNOUNCE: Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.0 available
+Release Notes -- Apache SpamAssassin -- Version 3.4.0
+This is a major release.  It introduces over two years of bug fixes and
+features since the release of SpamAssassin 3.3.2 on June 16, 2011.
+3.4.0 includes the Bayes Redis (http://redis.io/) back-end (bug 6879),
+EDNS0 changes (bug 6910), native IPv6 support, numerous URIBL.pm changes
+or features and a small API change in libspamc (bug 6562) with many other
+subtle changes.
+SpamAssassin was tested on perl 5.18.2, and (out of curiosity) also
+on a Raspberry Pi (ARM6, Raspbian / Debian 7.2 Wheezy, perl 5.14.2)
+... yes, it is 20 times slower compared to i7-960 CPU, but all tests 
+Overall, this release has been tested on many production-level
+environments for nearly a year, including testing on an IPv6-only host.
+It is highly recommended and stable.
+NOTE: Complete changes are available at
+Notable Sendmail Bug
+Sendmail 8.14.5 and below contain a canonicalization misfeature / bug
+that can cause DKIM failures.
+See https://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=6462.
+Compatibility with version 3.3.2
+* DNS queries generated by SpamAssassin now enable option EDNS0 in query
+packets and specify a buffer size of 4096 bytes by default. This allows
+DNS replies larger than 512 bytes to be returned in one UDP datagram, 
+avoiding a need for re-issuing a failed query over a TCP protocol. This
+default setting is well suited if a DNS resolver (i.e. a recursive DNS
+server) is located on the same LAN as a host running SpamAssassin, which
+is the usual setup for all but perhaps some home uses of SpamAssassin.
+The option should be disabled (by 'dns_options noedns0') when a recursive
+DNS server is only reachable through some old-fashioned firewall or through
+some picky router with deep packet inspection which bans DNS UDP messages
+larger than 512 bytes, or blocks fragmented UDP datagrams.
+The 'dns_options' setting is documented in Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf POD
+or man page, more details in bug 6910 and bug 6862.
+* A default setting for option 'dns_available' was changed from 'test' to
+'yes' (bug 6770, bug 6769), so SpamAssassin now assumes by default that
+it is running on a host with an internet connection and a working DNS
+resolver. If this is not the case, please configure this option explicitly.
+The change avoids surprises on an otherwise well connected host which may
+experience a temporary DNS unavailability at the system startup time or a
+temporary network outage when spamd was starting, and the initial failed
+test would disable DNS queries permanently. The option is documented in
+the Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf POD or man page.
+* When Bayes classification is in use and messages are 'learned' as spam
+or ham and stored in a database, the Bayes plugin generates internal
+message IDs of learned messages and stores them in a 'seen' database to
+avoid re-learning duplicates and accidental un-learning messages that
+were not previously learned. With changes in bug 5185, the calculation
+of message IDs in a bayes 'seen' database has changed, so new code can
+no longer associate new messages with those learned before the change.
+Note that this change does not affect recognition of old tokens and the
+classification algorithm, only duplicate detection and unlearning of old
+messages is affected.
+Because of this change, if you use Bayes and you are upgrading from a
+version prior to 3.4.0, you may consider wiping your Bayes database
+and starting fresh.
+However, this is not mandatory.  If you choose to keep your current
+database tokens, these are the ramifications:
+1 - If you re-process emails that have already been learned before,
+    it will create duplicate entries because of the new msg_id format.
+    The duplicates will expire, eventually, and should cause minimal
+    impact unless it occurs frequently.
+2 - If you try and unlearn or reclassify an email processed prior to the
+    upgrade, the system will be unable to do so because of the new msg_id 
+    format. If unlearning a message (that was learned before the change)
+    is important, consider just clearing your Bayes store and starting
+    from scratch.
+Dependency changes since version 3.3.2
+Dependency on the following Perl modules were dropped: Net::Ident,
+IP::Country::Fast and IP::Country.
+Dependency on a perl module LWP::UserAgent as used by sa-update is now
+made optional if any of programs curl, wget, or fetch are available.
+New optional dependencies on the following Perl modules were introduced:
+- new optional dependency on Geo::IP in a RelayCountry plugin (bug 6599);
+  for backward compatibility IP::Country::Fast is used if Geo::IP is
+  not installed
+- new optional dependency on IO::Socket::IP for a cleaner IP support
+  regardless of a protocol family (IPv4 and IPv6)
+- new optional dependency on Net::Patricia to speed up lookups on
+  internal_networks, trusted_networks or msa_networks when these lists
+  contain a larger number of entries
+- new optional dependency on programs curl, wget, or a FreeBSD fetch.
+  sa-update will use any of these external programs to download rule
+  updates, either over IPv6 or over IPv4. Any of these three programs
+  suffices - the installation procedure is currently unclear on this,
+  its warning may be understood as if all three programs are needed,
+  which is not the case
+- minimal required version of NetAddr::IP was bumped to 4.010
+Internal changes potentially affecting third party software
+using Mail::SpamAssassin library
+A caller is now given a choice of calling srand() by itself (e.g. before
+forking) or let a SpamAssassin library do it as before. Avoiding redundant
+initialization of a perl's random number generator can prevent unnecessary
+entropy loss. It is controlled by option skip_prng_reseeding in a call
+to Mail::SpamAssassin::new(). The change was documented in bug 6690.
+The Mail::SpamAssassin::parser can now accept a message also as a string
+reference, avoiding one copy in memory. Documented in bug 6686.
+A caller may pass the original mail body size to Mail::SpamAssassin::parse
+through the suppl_attrib argument's field 'body_size'. This mail body size
+is accessible to the eval rule check_body_length. It can be useful when a
+caller only passes a truncated message to SpamAssassin. Documented in bug
+A new plugin callback "prefork_init" was introduced, which should be called
+by a master process (e.g. spamd) before forking multiple child processes.
+For compatibility this call is currently optional, but recommended for new
+versions. Currently only a Redis backend for Bayes checks will benefit from
+being notified before a fork. Documented in bug 6942.
+Notable bug fixes
+The sa-update program now avoids repeatedly downloading same rules if
+subsequent unpacking of rules and updating fails. Documented in bug 6655.
+Several incompatibilities with newer versions of a perl module Net::DNS
+as used by sa-update and by the SpamAssassin library were fixed.
+See Net::DNS problem [rt.cpan.org #83451].
+A perl module Razor agent clobbers entropy of a random number generator by
+re-initializing the generator on every call. The SpamAssassin Razor plugin
+now provides a workaround, preserving entropy across calls to Razor2 agent.
+A workaround in BayesStore/MySQL.pm was added for a MySQL server bug,
+see http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=46675 .
+Documentation was fixed: trailing dots in DNSBL zone names are not required
+since version 3.1.0 of Mail::SpamAssassin (September 2005).
+Notable features:
+Redis database backend for a Bayes database
+In addition to existing backends, the 3.4.0 introduces support for keeping
+a Bayes database on a Redis server, either running locally, or accessed
+over network. Similar to SQL backends, the database may be concurrently
+used by several hosts running SpamAssassin.
+The current implementation only supports a global Bayes database, i.e.
+per-recipient sub-databases are not supported. The Redis 2.6.* server
+supports access over IPv4 or over a Unix socket, starting with version
+2.8.0 also IPv6 is supported. Bear in mind that Redis server only offers
+limited access controls, so it is advisable to let the Redis server bind
+to a loopback interface only, or to use other mechanisms to limit access,
+such as local firewall rules.
+The Redis backend for Bayes can put a Lua scripting support in a Redis
+server to good use, improving performance. The Lua support is available
+in Redis server since version 2.6.  In absence of a Lua support, the Redis
+backend uses batched (pipelined) traditional Redis commands, so it should
+work with a Redis server version 2.4 (untested), although this is not
+recommended for busy sites.
+Expiration of token and 'seen' message id entries is left to the Redis
+server. There is no provision for manually expiring a database, so it is
+highly recommended to leave the setting bayes_auto_expire to its default
+value 1 (i.e. enabled).
+Example configuration:
+  bayes_store_module  Mail::SpamAssassin::BayesStore::Redis
+  bayes_sql_dsn       server=;password=foo;database=2
+  bayes_token_ttl 21d
+  bayes_seen_ttl   8d
+  bayes_auto_expire 1
+Improved support for IPv6
+The rules-updating program sa-update and its infrastructure is now usable
+over either IPv4 or IPv6, including from an IPv6-only hosts (bug 6654).
+SpamAssassin is now usable on an IPv6-only host: affects installation,
+self-tests, rule updates, client, server, and a command-line spamassassin.
+Command line options -4 and -6 were added to prefer/choose/force IPv4 or
+IPv6 in programs spamassassin, spamd, spamc, and sa-update.
+Command line options --listen and --allowed-ips in spamd can now accept
+IPv6 addresses.
+Preferably a perl module IO::Socket::IP is used (if it is available) for
+network communication regardless of a protocol family - for DNS queries,
+by spamd server side, and by a client code in Mail::SpamAssassin::Client.
+As a fallback when the module IO::Socket::IP is unavailable, an older
+module IO::Socket::INET6 is used, or eventually the IO::Socket::INET is
+used as last resort.
+If spamd fails to start with an 'Address already in use' message, please
+install perl module IO::Socket::IP, or deintall IO::Socket::INET6, or
+specify a socket bind address explicitly with a spamd --listen option.
+See bug 6953 for details.
+The spamd server can now simultaneously listen on multiple sockets,
+possibly in different protocol domains (Unix sockets, INET or INET6
+protocol families.
+DnsResolver was updated allowing it to work on an IPv6-only host (bug 6653)
+A plugin RelayCountry now uses module Geo::IP and its database of IPv6
+addresses GEOIP_COUNTRY_EDITION_V6 when available.
+The following configuration options were extended to accept IPv6 addresses:
+dns_server, trusted_networks, internal_networks, msa_networks, (but not yet
+the whitelist_from_rcvd), and their defaults were adjusted accordingly.
+The parser code of Received header fields can now deal with IPv6 addresses
+in a mail header section.
+The AutoWhitelist plugin was updated and can now deal with IPv6 addresses.
+Installation unit tests were updated to prevent them from failing on an
+IPv6-only host.
+New command-line options
+New command-line option for spamd: added an option --listen (or -i),
+which can be specified multiple times and allows spamd to accept requests
+over multiple INET (IPv4) or INET6 (IPv6) or UNIX sockets. See bug 6841,
+and see also option --port.
+New command-line option for spamc: -X (or --unavailable-tempfail) allows
+spamc to return EX_TEMPFAIL instead of EX_UNAVAILABLE when using option -x.
+As already noted in the 'Improved support for IPv6' section, options -4
+and -6 were added to programs spamassassin, spamd, spamc, and sa-update.
+The sa-update utility can now take multiple -v or --verbose options to
+increase verbosity.
+The sa-learn command has a new option --max-size .
+New configuration options
+Plugin/URIDNSBL: new tflags options 'a' and 'ns' were introduced. They are
+documented in the Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::URIDNSBL POD or man page.
+Plugin/AutoLearnThreshold: new option autolearn_force was added. It is
+documented in the Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::AutoLearnThreshold POD or
+man page.
+Plugin/ASN: new options asn_prefix and clear_asn_lookups were added.
+They are documented in Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::ASN POD or man page.
+The following new options, as implemented by various plugins or by
+other modules, are all documented in the Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf POD
+or man page:
+- Plugin/WLBLEval: new configuration options were added: enlist_uri_host,
+delist_uri_host, with shorthands blacklist_uri_host and whitelist_uri_host
+and an associated eval rule check_uri_host_listed.
+- Configuration options dns_query_restriction (allow|deny) and
+clear_dns_query_restriction were added (bug 6884).
+- A 'dns_options' setting accepts new sub-options 'dns0x20' and 'edns'.
+- Added option 'dns_server' which specifies an IP address of a recursive
+DNS server (i.e. DNS resolver) and optionally its port number.
+- Added options dns_local_ports_permit, dns_local_ports_avoid and
+dns_local_ports_none to control source port local ranges available to
+DNS queries
+- Added the following sub-options to the tflags setting: autolearn_force,
+maxhits=N, ips_only, domains_only, a, ns.
+- The option whitelist_from_rcvd can now take an IP address as its second
+argument (instead of a domain name), which can be useful for whitelisting
+a sending mailer which has no reverse DNS mapping.
+ArchiveIterator has new options opt_max_size and opt_from_regex. They are
+documented in Mail::SpamAssassin::ArchiveIterator POD or man page.
+A new tag (macro) _RULESVERSION_ was added. It expands to a comma-separated
+list of rules versions, retrieved from an '# UPDATE version' comment in
+rules files and can be used in an 'add_header' configuration setting.
+New plugins
+A new plugin AskDNS was introduced.
+Using a DNS query template as specified in a parameter of an askdns rule,
+the plugin replaces tag names as found in the template with their values
+and launches DNS queries as soon as tag values become available. When DNS
+responses trickle in, filters them according to the requested DNS resource
+record type and an optional subrule filtering expression, yielding a rule
+hit if a response meets filtering conditions.
+Several smaller performance optimizations were introduced, among others:
+bug 6508 (uses Net::Patricia if available), bug 6854 (base64 attachments),
+bug 6915 (get_tag speedup).
+The DNS client code module now caches queries and replies for the duration
+of processing one mail message. Duplicate DNS queries by different rules
+which happen to query the same DNS resource are now avoided.
+Downloading and availability
+Downloads are available from:
+md5sum of archive files:
+46e99adc0affebbe5f3524b4834e0345  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.bz2
+5d0b50cee3bfa905cca35c33296c8c2a  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.gz
+088a9b9bf7f3d93350f8c8920cbd2fe6  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.zip
+9c15df55e9ec2a3c8376f3e15e448a2e  Mail-SpamAssassin-rules-3.4.0.r1565117.tgz
+sha1sum of archive files:
+5bc66cd599cbe6a38a127d7813d4abc8af03b667  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.bz2
+4dac1384282b6201f7d80cea8295933ef08e7e28  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.gz
+3fa7715fb4c8b558b5fbc2e5a1288a751d8d12e3  Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.zip
+d71a64cab9f5454d3b164e44d3649bff9cb87f87  Mail-SpamAssassin-rules-3.4.0.r1565117.tgz
+Note that the *-rules-*.tar.gz files are only necessary if you cannot,
+or do not wish to, run "sa-update" after install to download the latest
+fresh rules.
+See the INSTALL and UPGRADE files in the distribution for important
+installation notes.
+GPG Verification Procedure
+The release files also have a .asc accompanying them.  The file serves
+as an external GPG signature for the given release file.  The signing
+key is available via the wwwkeys.pgp.net key server, as well as
+The key information is:
+pub   4096R/F7D39814 2009-12-02
+       Key fingerprint = D809 9BC7 9E17 D7E4 9BC2  1E31 FDE5 2F40 F7D3 9814
+uid                  SpamAssassin Project Management Committee <private@spamassassin.apache.org>
+uid                  SpamAssassin Signing Key (Code Signing Key, replacement for 1024D/265FA05B) <dev@spamassassin.apache.org>
+sub   4096R/7B3265A5 2009-12-02
+To verify a release file, download the file with the accompanying .asc file and run the following commands:
+  gpg -v --keyserver wwwkeys.pgp.net --recv-key F7D39814
+  gpg --verify Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.bz2.asc
+  gpg --fingerprint F7D39814
+Then verify that the key matches the signature.
+Note that older versions of gnupg may not be able to complete the steps
+above. Specifically, GnuPG v1.0.6, 1.0.7 & 1.2.6 failed while v1.4.11
+worked flawlessly.
+See http://www.apache.org/info/verification.html for more information
+on verifying Apache releases.
+About Apache SpamAssassin
+Apache SpamAssassin is a mature, widely-deployed open source project
+that serves as a mail filter to identify spam. SpamAssassin uses a
+variety of mechanisms including mail header and text analysis, Bayesian
+filtering, DNS blocklists, and collaborative filtering databases. In
+addition, Apache SpamAssassin has a modular architecture that allows
+other technologies to be quickly incorporated as an addition or as a
+replacement for existing methods.
+Apache SpamAssassin typically runs on a server, classifies and labels
+spam before it reaches your mailbox, while allowing other components of
+a mail system to act on its results.
+Most of the Apache SpamAssassin is written in Perl, with heavily
+traversed code paths carefully optimized. Benefits are portability,
+robustness and facilitated maintenance. It can run on a wide variety of
+POSIX platforms.
+The server and the Perl library feels at home on Unix and Linux
+platforms, and reportedly also works on MS Windows systems under ActivePerl.
+For more information, visit http://spamassassin.apache.org/
+About The Apache Software Foundation
+Established in 1999, The Apache Software Foundation provides
+organizational, legal, and financial support for more than 100
+freely-available, collaboratively-developed Open Source projects. The
+pragmatic Apache License enables individual and commercial users to
+easily deploy Apache software; the Foundation's intellectual property
+framework limits the legal exposure of its 2,500+ contributors.
+For more information, visit http://www.apache.org/

Added: head/mail/spamassassin/files/patch-UPGRADE
--- /dev/null	00:00:00 1970	(empty, because file is newly added)
+++ head/mail/spamassassin/files/patch-UPGRADE	Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014	(r348410)
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+--- UPGRADE.orig	2014/02/11 16:54:00	1567218
++++ UPGRADE	2014/02/11 16:55:08	1567219
+@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@
++Note for Users Upgrading to SpamAssassin 3.4.0
++- Please see the Announcement file at:
++   http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/spamassassin/branches/3.4/build/announcements/3.4.0.txt
++   or %%DOCSDIR%%/3.4.0-RELEASE-NOTES.txt
+ Note for Users Upgrading to SpamAssassin 3.3.0
+ -----------------------------------------------

Modified: head/mail/spamassassin/pkg-plist
--- head/mail/spamassassin/pkg-plist	Sun Mar 16 14:22:26 2014	(r348409)
+++ head/mail/spamassassin/pkg-plist	Sun Mar 16 14:24:10 2014	(r348410)
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ bin/sa-update
-@unexec rm -rf %D/%%ETCDIR%%/sa-update-keys
+@unexec rm -rf %D/%%ETCDIR%%/sa-update-keys 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
 @unexec if cmp -s %B/init.pre.sample %B/init.pre; then rm -f %B/init.pre; fi
@@ -229,17 +229,17 @@ man/man1/spamd.1.gz
 @dirrmtry %%SITE_PERL%%/Mail
 @dirrmtry %%ETCDIR%%
 @dirrmtry etc/mail
-@unexec rm -rf /var/lib/spamassassin/2*
-@dirrmtry /var/lib/spamassassin
-@dirrmtry /var/lib
-@dirrmtry /var/db/spamassassin
+@unexec rm -rf /var/lib/spamassassin/2* 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
+@unexec rmdir /var/lib/spamassassin 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
+@unexec rmdir /var/lib 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
+@unexec rmdir /var/db/spamassassin 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
 @unexec [ -d /var/db/spamassassin ] && echo "If you are no longer using SpamAssassin, remove /var/db/spamassassin"
 @unexec pw usershow "%%USER%%" 2>/dev/null 1>&2 && echo "To delete %%USER%% permanently, 'rmuser %%USER%%'"
 @unexec pw usershow "%%USER%%" 2>/dev/null 1>&2 && [ -d /var/spool/spamd ] && echo "    Note that this will remove /var/spool/spamd"
 @exec install -d -o %%USER%% -g %%GROUP%% /var/run/spamd
-@unexec rm -rf /var/run/spamd
+@unexec rm -rf /var/run/spamd 2>&1 >/dev/null || true
 @exec if [ "%%UPDATE_ON_INSTALL%%" = "yes" ]; then echo "====> Downloading SpamAssassin rulesets"; %%PREFIX%%/bin/spamassassin -x -L --lint; %%PREFIX%%/bin/sa-update || true; fi
 @exec if [ "%%UPDATE_ON_INSTALL%%" = "yes" ]; then echo "====> Compiling SpamAssassin rulesets"; %%PREFIX%%/bin/spamassassin -x -L --lint; %%PREFIX%%/bin/sa-compile || true; fi
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Comment 3 Adam Weinberger freebsd_committer 2014-03-16 14:24:42 UTC
State Changed
From-To: open->closed

Thank you for this! I've added the missing commit to UPGRADE, 
and I included that 3.4.0.txt for good measure.