Changeset fcd5003


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Timestamp:
2008-03-23T21:53:53Z (11 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
Branches:
master
Children:
58a1449
Parents:
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Message:

Some Debian package fixes. If nothing else comes up, this will be 1.2-2.
(Not sure if I will roll back the non-Debian changes...)

Location:
debian
Files:
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  • debian/README.Debian

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    77should be necessary only once, it won't be touched during upgrades.
    88
    9 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
     9Another important change in BitlBee 1.2 is the file format used for your
     10personal settings. Everything's now saved in a single .xml (per account,
     11of course) file instead of $nick.accounts and $nick.nicks. One advantage
     12of this new format is that the passwords are actually encrypted instead of
     13just vaguely obfuscated. BitlBee can still read the old files, and will
     14save things in the new format when you save/disconnect. After that, you
     15can safely remove the old-style files (this is recommended).
     16
     17I tried making this transition (the new file format but especially, in this
     18case, the inetd->forkdaemon mode change) as smooth as possible, but I'm
     19aware that many BitlBee users will have their own hacks already to run the
     20program. I hope the package won't break any of this for anyone. 1.2-2
     21should fix at least some of the issues.
     22
     23---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1024
    1125Debconf should have asked you on what port you want BitlBee to run. If it
  • debian/changelog

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     1bitlbee (1.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
     2
     3  * Fixed some packaging issues reported by IRC and e-mail. (Closes: #472373)
     4  * Not ready yet.
     5
     6 -- Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@gaast.net>  Sun, 23 Mar 2008 21:51:57 +0000
     7
    18bitlbee (1.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
    29
  • debian/conffiles

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    11/etc/bitlbee/motd.txt
    22/etc/bitlbee/bitlbee.conf
     3/etc/init.d/bitlbee
  • debian/postinst

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    1414BITLBEE_DISABLED=0
    1515BITLBEE_UPGRADE_DONT_RESTART=0
    16 [ -r /etc/default/bitlbee ] && source /etc/default/bitlbee
     16[ -r /etc/default/bitlbee ] && . /etc/default/bitlbee
    1717
    18 if [ "$BITLBEE_DISABLED" = "0" ] && expr "$2" : '0\..*' > /dev/null || expr "$2" : '1\.0\..*' > /dev/null; then
    19         ## In case it's still there (if we're upgrading right now)
     18if [ "$BITLBEE_DISABLED" = "0" ] && type update-inetd > /dev/null 2> /dev/null &&
     19   ( expr "$2" : '0\..*' > /dev/null || expr "$2" : '1\.0\..*' > /dev/null ); then
     20        ## Make sure the inetd entry is gone (can still be there from a
     21        ## previous version.
    2022        update-inetd --remove '.*/usr/sbin/bitlbee'
    2123        if grep -q /usr/sbin/bitlbee /etc/inetd.conf 2> /dev/null; then
     
    2426                # emergency hack doesn't:
    2527                perl -pi -e 's:^[^#].*/usr/sbin/bitlbee$:## Now using daemon mode\: # $&:' /etc/inetd.conf
    26                 killall -HUP inetd
     28                killall -HUP inetd || true
    2729        fi
    2830fi
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