libSieve is an implementation of the Sieve mail sorting language originally developed for the Cyrus mail system. libSieve helps to bring mail sorting functionality into your mail server application without the need to reinvent the wheel. As a library, it is not intended for end users expecting a ready-to-run program.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters Software Development Interpreters Libraries Text Processing|
|Operating Systems||Unix Linux Mac OS X|
Release Notes: A duplicate symbol definition and a mismatched function declaration were fixed. Cases where Vacation should be ignored were added and the Vacation handle was updated according to RFC 5230. Use of NULL without declaration was removed. pkgconfig support was added. Left-recursion is now used when parsing stringlists. Several documentation glitches were fixed and the SVN directory layout was improved.
Release Notes: This release supports /* bracketed comments */, has more graceful handling of malformed addresses, and returns header and address errors under separate error codes.
Release Notes: Automake updates to allow CFLAGS to pass through Makefile.am. Uses # instead of __STRING for assertion stringification. Fixes an off-by-one segfault when reallocing space for repeated headers.
Release Notes: Several test scripts have been improved. A memory leak in the header parser has been fixed. A memory leak in comparator lookup has been fixed. The vacation action has been fixed to respect user-specified :from values.
Release Notes: Numeric relationals were backwards.