Created attachment 184571 [details]
Updated to 1.3.2, new port file attached.
It's my first time actually re-revving this, please let me know if I missed anything.
Maintainer informed via mail
I am the maintainer, fwiw. My bugzilla email doesn't match the one on the port.
Thank you for your contribution.
Could you please send a diff instead of a .shar file?
And confirm that this change passes QA (portlint, poudriere in particular).
For more information, see: https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/porters-handbook/testing.html
(In reply to Gushi from comment #2)
Could you update your Bugzilla email (temporarily) to match that in the MAINTAINER line so that we can correctly document and verify maintainer approval please?
Subsequent to this issue, if you could create a separate issue updating all maintainer lines to match your bugzilla email that would be much appreciated, as it saves a lot of time/confusion/complexity verifying and documenting approval.
Alternatively, after changing the your bugzilla email above, you may leave it and the port maintainer lines as is.
(In reply to Kubilay Kocak from comment #4)
Updated. Real name changed as well.
Sorry for the confusion.
Thank you Dan. You can use the maintainer-approval flag (set to +) on attachments to signify maintainer submissions/approval. Attachment -> Details -> maintainer-approval [+]
Pending diff attachment (replacing shar) and QA
I need 1.3.2 badly, so I'll step in ;)
I made svn diff from Dan's shar file, with some changes:
- removed PORTREVISION=0 from Makefile (not needed)
- removed etc/rc.d/opendmarc from pkg-plist (missing file)
- removed %%PORTDOCS%%%%DOCSDIR%%/* from pkg-plist (missing files)
After that it builds, installs and works for me.
portlint: OK (looks fine.)
testport: OK (poudriere: 10.3 and 11.1 on amd64 tested)
Created attachment 185848 [details]
svn diff updating opendmarc to 1.3.2
A commit references this bug:
Date: Wed Sep 13 14:45:30 UTC 2017
New revision: 449797
mail/opendmarc: update 1.3.1 -> 1.3.2
Feature request #86: Change meaning of "RequiredHeaders" such that
header validity is always checked, but messages are only
rejected on that basis when the flag is set. Based
on a patch from Andreas Schulze.
Feature request #127: Log SPF results when rejecting. Requested
by Patrick Wagner; patch from Andreas Schulze, follow-up
patch from Juri Haberland.
Feature request #138: Inculde policy and disposition information
in an Authentication-Results comment. Based on a patch
from Juri Haberland.
Feature request #139: Include the client host name if known
in failure reports. Suggested by Roland Turner;
patch by Andreas Schulze.
Fix bug #95: Assume IPv6 for SPF operations. Patch from Juri Haberland.
Fix bug #120: Fix control logic around the SPF result.
Reported by Christophe Wolfhugel; patch from Andreas Schulze.
Fix bug #122: Don't skip the HELO milter phase when SPF is enabled.
Reported by Christophe Wolfhugel.
Fix bug #157: Fix logging of implicit authserv-ids. Reported
by Andreas Schulze; patch from Juri Haberland.
Fix bug #158: Log ignored connections. Patch from Andreas Schulze.
Fix bug #160: Fix "SyslogFacility" handling. Patch from
Fix bug #163: Use a larger buffer for the raw MAIL FROM value.
Based on a patch from Andreas Schulze.
Fix bug #174: Trim "!" suffixes from reporting addresses. Problem
noted by Juri Haberland.
Fix bug #186: When reloading the configuration file, the public
suffix list was read in with the wrong comment indicator.
Patch from Federico Omoto.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #115: Fix type mismatch. Patch from
Sebastian A. Siewior via Scott Kitterman.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #121: Fix IPv6 CIDR matching in SPF code.
Patch from Christophe Wolfhugel.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #125: Compile time IPv6 fix. Reported by
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #131: Fix alignment bug. Patch from
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #147: Fix stripping of whitespace from
DMARC DNS records. Based on a patch from Job Noorman.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #149: Apply "sp" setting, if present and
applicable. Patch from Petr Novak.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #154: Fix "rf" and "fo" processing logic.
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #156: Fix variable name. Patch by
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #165: Fix logic in checking which SPF
identifier was used. Patches from Marco Favero and
LIBOPENDMARC: Fix bug #167: Don't return "fail" when we should
return "none". Patch from Marco Favero.
REPORTS: Fix bug #134: Handle SMTP errors correctly. Patch from
REPORTS: Fix bug #141: Set the HELO parameter correctly.
Reported by Alan Smith; patch from Andreas Schulze.
REPORTS: Fix bug #143: Fix logic in table truncation.
Reported by Wayne Andersen; patch from Juri Haberland.
REPORTS: Fix bug #162: Always report "sp" in aggregate reports.
Patch from Juri Haberland.
REPORTS: Fix bug #166: Fix report start/end time logic.
Patch from Juri Haberland.
REPORTS: Fix bug #188: Don't delete inputs too early in
opendmarc-reports. Patch from Juri Haberland.
TOOLS: Fix bug #161: "Forensic" reports were renamed "Failure"
reports. Patch from Andreas Schulze.
TOOLS: Fix bug #164: Handle IPv6 test addresses. Reported by
Andreas Schulze; patch from Juri Haberland.
DOCS: Patch #189: Replace the DMARC RFC with an HTML page
referencing the relevant specs, since Debian doesn't
consider RFCs to be "free". Patch from Scott Kitterman
via Juri Haberland.
Submitted by: Dan Mahoney <email@example.com> (maintainer), Lukasz Wasikowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>