esr68 reaches EOL in 1 week. I've updated firefox-esr, so now it's time for thunderbird. After that Mk/bsd.gecko.mk can drop lang/python27 dependency.
Can someone test runtime and land (maybe 78.3.0 instead)? 2020Q4 is in ~2 weeks, so MFH isn't necessary.
Disclaimer: I don't use thunderbird, so only confirmed it doesn't crash on startup.
Created attachment 217977 [details]
Oops, bugzilla silently dropped > 1000 Kb patch.
guess what I was working on... I'll give your patch a spin, mine isn't ready.
looks like "mail" in this thunderbird isn't working (yes, this is a new profile - importing an old profile seems bumpy, we'll need an UPDATING entry for that, once we're there).
Anyways, trying to configure a new mail account yields... nothing (just try setting up "Email" from the start page) and thunderbird logs
but does not show any relevant window; I get the same nonresult via menu Edit/Account Settings, Account Actions->Add Mail Account. Also, menu Edit/Preferences does nothing but logs
Error: No such tab mode: preferencesTab
-- Exception object --
-- Stack Trace --
(thunderbird built in poudriere on top of yesterday's ports r548748; 12.1 amd64)
Created attachment 218005 [details]
Let's apply some changes from https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports&m=159887318127176
- Switch to system libbz2, json-c, botan2 (unbreaks FreeBSD 11.*)
- Backport --disable-updater UI fix
OK, I think this might work ("tested" against gmail and a real imap server). I'll think of some UPDATING ("backup the old profile, best to start fresh anyways, see wiki for smartcard support") - tomorrow or so - and commit this. friggin $WORK mail, I'd be much happier if I could get along with mutt alone.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Fri Sep 18 10:02:26 UTC 2020
New revision: 548882
update mail/thunderbird to 78.2.2
See https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/new-thunderbird-78 for major
changes in Thunderbird 78, the release announcement in
for OpenPGP users. Also check UPDATING 20200918.
Current release notes are in
Submitted by: jbeich
There we are. No MFH - next quarterly is close, and we'll let this get some exposure in head until then.