[sylpheed:34111] Re: Sylpheed 3.0.3 released (security release)
genegold at fastmail.fm
Thu Jul 1 00:54:40 JST 2010
What security holes does this patch with Win32 relative to 3.1 beta?
Compared to the 3.1 beta, 3.0.3 does not include autofill and brings
back the bug where the next message (Shft-N) is sometimes off screen and
has to be scrolled to.
On Tue, 29 Jun 2010 15:24:16 +0900
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y at kcn.ne.jp> wrote:
> Sylpheed 3.0.3 has been released.
> In this release libpng and libtiff, image libraries included in
> Windows version, were updated to libpng 1.2.44 and libtiff 3.9.4. The
> users of Windows version are recommended to update as soon as
> If you are using 3.1beta1 or older version, overwrite the existent
> files with libpng13.dll and libtiff3.dll in
> Refer to libpng web site and libtiff web site for the details.
> Changes from 3.0.2
> * Update check can also show alternative version as well as
> internal version now.
> * 'Open' menu was added to the attach context menu of the message
> composition window. This allows users to open attached files
> before sending.
> * English Sylpheed FAQ was updated.
> * Plug-ins are also loaded from user plug-in directory now.
> * Unix: the default web browser command was changed to xdg-open,
> and obsolete commands were removed.
> * Unix: the crash when using %f on IMAP messages at the action
> tool was fixed.
> * The crash when clicking tray icon menu 'Get from current
> account' when no account exist was fixed.
> * The crash on 64-bit architecture with LDAP was fixed (debian BTS
> * Some GTK+ warnings were removed.
> * Redundant debug or error messages were removed.
> * The bug that MIME flags were not set to imported mbox file and
> filtered sent messages was fixed.
> * The crash when POP3 session was cancelled while processing
> received mail was fixed.
> * Win32: included libpng library was updated to 1.2.44 (security
> * Win32: included libtiff library was updated to 3.9.4 (security
> Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y at kcn.ne.jp>
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