Synchronet now requires the libarchive development package (e.g. libarchive-dev on Debian-based Linux distros, for more info) to build successfully.

  1. 10 Aug, 2020 1 commit
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  7. 02 Aug, 2020 3 commits
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      Add support for %^ command-line specifer which expands to the system... · 8a44af72
      rswindell authored
      Add support for %^ command-line specifer which expands to the system architecture (e.g. "i686" for Win32 builds, "x64" for Linux-x86_64 builds).
      Currently, there underlying XPDEV macro definition does not differentiate
      between arm32 and arm64, but it should. Next...
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      Fix bug reported by WitNik (John): · 049499ad
      rswindell authored
      The msgbase 'status' header created with smb_open_sub() had all its fields
      This would cause all kinds of msgbase settings (e.g. max msgs, max age, etc.) to not propagate from their SCFG settings (for mail or sub-boards)
      to the newly-created msg base(s).
      But most importantly, it would cause the mail base to be created without the
      "EMail" attribute flag, causing the msgbase to be treated as a sub-board
      (public message area) and users could not then read their received mail.
      The root-cause was that smb_open() will zero-out the current smb.status
      value before trying to read it from the msgbase header, thus losing any
      values that were populated in there before calling smb_open(). Rather than
      change the behavior of the ancient smb_open() function, just restore the
      correct default smb.status values after calling smb_open() and before
      calling smb_create().
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  8. 01 Aug, 2020 8 commits