1. 16 Jan, 2009 4 commits
  2. 15 Jan, 2009 3 commits
  3. 14 Jan, 2009 9 commits
    • rswindell's avatar
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      Remove "ListServer:" from log() output lines as this is now redundant (the mail · 236b753f
      rswindell authored
      server now automatically includes the mail proc name in the log() output).
      Outbound listserver messages now have the SMTP reverse-path (translated to
      Return-Path header) set to the list server's address (so bounces will go there
      instead of to the author of the original message).
      The outbound messages now have an agent-type of "PROCESS" which will be used
      to allow this script to process bounce messages in the near future (and remove
      invalid e-mail addresses from the subscription list).
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      Numerous changes: · b43e1c82
      rswindell authored
      - Fixed line counter/return value of sockmimetext() - did not count last line
      if not \n terminated.
      - If a POP3 "TOP" command is used to request more lines than there are bytes
      in message body, just send all lines and don't log an error.
      - JS mailproc error reporting and log() method now includes the mail-proc
      name and the "SMTP" log prefix. "JavaScript:" is no longer included as part
      of the log() output since that is implied by the mailproc name.
      - js_mailproc() now reuses the same runtime, context, and global object to
      speed up the initialization/execution of multiple JS mailprocs per message.
      - Beginning support for messages to be bounced back to mailprocs (e.g.
      ListServer), specifically by ignoring bounces of SMTP sys messages
      (instead of all non-person agent types). More work in bounce() is needed.
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      Make xp_randomize() return a void... this means we can now use the · cb517ef4
      deuce authored
      super-wonderfull srandomdev() where available.
      Where we can't, try to use /dev/urandom if possible...
      If that fails, start making stuff up...
      At some point, the Win32 build should use CryptGenRandom() which is slightly
      better on Windows NT/2K/XP and vastly better on Vista... not present on 9x
      apparently though.
    • deuce's avatar
      Add test if /dev/urandom is a symlink (as with FreeBSD) and define · 73f8cdc6
      deuce authored
      HAS_DEV_URANDOM and URANDOM_DEV based on that
    • deuce's avatar
      Add note on starting in local mode using jsexec. · e38e4d70
      deuce authored
    • deuce's avatar
      JavaScript port of Blue Adept's Piss-o-Rama · 1eee3911
      deuce authored
    • rswindell's avatar
      Fixed bug in Deuce's recent commit. · 5f20e074
      rswindell authored
    • deuce's avatar
      Since sbbs_random() uses xp_random() we should call xp_randomize() here · 8d0ecee0
      deuce authored
      as well.
      This fixes a bug where /dev/urandom is not a character special file
      (on FreeBSD it's a symlink) and there is a random() function available.
      In this case, the same sequence of random numbers was used for each process
      (most noticable with jsexec).
  4. 13 Jan, 2009 21 commits
  5. 12 Jan, 2009 3 commits