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2017-01-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.23

2017-01-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_decryption_*): Fixed naming.

2016-12-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.22

2016-12-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Updated Mono bindings.

2016-12-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.21

2016-12-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): Don't pass --yes, ever.

2016-12-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): Add back --batch
	and --yes to fix the unit tests for GnuPG 1.4.x.
	(gpg_ctx_get_argv): Now also takes a path argument to gpg to use
	as the first argument instead of hard-coding "gpg".
	(g_mime_gpg_context_new): Updated to query the GnuPG version in
	case we need that information (turns out we don't at the moment).

2016-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_context_set_retrieve_session_key):
	Moved here from GMimeGpgContext.
	(g_mime_crypto_context_get_retrieve_session_key): Same.

	Thanks to Daniel Kahn Gillmor for this patch.

2016-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt_session): New function to
	decrypt a multipart/encrypted using a session_key.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_context_decrypt_session): New
	function to decrypt a MIME part using a session_key.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): Added support for
	--override-session-key-id for the new decrypt_session() method.
	(gpg_ctx_op_start): Updated to create the secret_fd when passing a session_key
	as well.
	(gpg_ctx_write_session_key): New function to write the session_key to gpg.
	(gpg_decrypt_session): New function to decrypt a MIME part using a session_key.

	Thanks to Daniel Kahn Gillmor for this patch.

2016-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Advance over the SESSION_KEY
	identifier before calling next_token() so that next_token() actually gets the
	sesstion key token that we want. Also fixed to free any existing session_key
	if gpg somehow sends us multiple SESSION_KEY responses.

	Thanks to Daniel Kahn Gillmor for this patch.

2016-12-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (next_token): Now takes a 'secret' argument to
	determine if it will overwrite the token within the buffer with '*' to
	prevent leaking of the secret token.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Pass TRUE to next_token() when reading the
	SESSION_KEY token.

2016-12-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_free): Free the session_key.
	(gpg_ctx_get_argv): Pass --show-session-key to gpg if requested.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Decode the session-key sent by gpg.
	(gpg_decrypt): Set the session_key on the decrypt result.
	(g_mime_gpg_context_get_retrieve_session_key): Added.
	(g_mime_gpg_context_set_retrieve_session_key): Added.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_decrypt_result_set_session_key): Added.
	(g_mime_decryption_result_get_session_key): Added.

	Thanks to Daniel Kahn Gillmor for this patch.

2016-12-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (g_mime_gpg_context_new): Allow NULL for the gpg path
	in order to use the default gpg path (i.e. "gpg").

	* tests/test-pgp*.c: Updated unit tests to pass NULL for the gpg path so that
	running the unit tests don't depend on a specific location of gpg.

	Thanks to Daniel Kahn Gillmor for this patch.

2016-08-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (read_random_pool): Only initialized srand() once.

2016-07-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): Always use --batch mode and
	don't pass --yes.

2016-07-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_part): When parsing individual
	mime parts, do not treat them as top-level mime parts of a message.

	When decrypting mime parts, for example, we need all headers of the
	decrypted mime part to be included in the GMimeObject returned,
	otherwise we end up losing data.

2016-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold_tokens): Fixed folding logic to add a
	space between two consecutive encoded-word tokens when they will fit on
	a single line. Thanks to Jaroslav Gratz for discovering this bug.

	Fixes bug #761263

2016-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Fixed
	a memory leak when verifying S/MIME signatures. Thanks to Minaev Mike for
	discovering this bug.

	Fixes bug #760681

2016-01-13  Jeffrey STedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (key_list_free): Fixed the logic for freeing
	a list of keys. Thanks to foudfou for this patch.

	Fixes bug #760573

2015-10-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_route): Make sure to free the route
	in error cases to avoid a memory leak.

	Fixes bug #756270

2015-04-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* util/url-scanner.c (url_scanner_table_init): Treat all character
	values >= 128 as url-safe. Fixes bug #738583.

2014-07-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_register_writer):
	g_hash_table_remove() will g_free() the key for us, so don't do it
	ourselves (will result in a double-free).

2014-07-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-table-private.h: Increased GMIME_FOLD_LEN to 78.

2014-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_is_attachment): New function to
	determine if a MIME part is an attachment or not.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_content_disposition_is_attachment):
	New function to determine if the Content-Disposition value matches
	"attachment".

2014-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.20

2014-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Improved performance
	by using a SIMD hack when scanning for the end of a line.

2014-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_remove_header): Don't clear the
	mime_part header stream unless we actually remove a header.
	(message_write_to_stream): Only add nwritten to the total if we've
	written a MIME-Version header.

2013-12-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-object.c
	(g_mime_object_set_content_disposition_parameter): Unref the
	disposition. Thanks to Mario Theodoridis for this patch.

2013-11-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_references): Don't write out 2
	spaces between the ':' and the first message-id. Fixes bug
	#711305.

2013-10-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.19

2013-09-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_references): Custom writer for
	References headers so that individual msgid tokens do not get
	folded. Fixes bug #709031.

2013-09-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Initialize the mutexes
	earlier. Fixes bug #708818.

2013-09-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.18

2013-08-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (write_content): Reset the content stream
	after writing it.

2013-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (citation_depth): Fixed an ABR by
	passing in an inend parameter.

2013-08-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (g_mime_stream_file_new_for_path): New
	convenience function that handles opening the file for you.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (g_mime_stream_fs_new_for_path): New
	convenience function that handles opening the file for you.

2013-08-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_reply_to): Fixed this
	function to parse the reply_to string just like
	g_mime_message_set_sender() does so that the reply_to field can be
	guaranteed to be in UTF-8.

	* gmime/*.c: Updated API documentation for functions taking or
	returning strings to clarify whether the strings should be in
	UTF-8 or not.

2013-08-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Various fixups to get rid of warnings.

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Don't call g_type_init() if glib >=
	2.35.1

2013-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_address): Properly deal with
	obsolete routing information.

2013-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.17

2013-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_content_type): If no Content-Type
	header exists and the parent is a multipart/digest, default to
	message/rfc822 instead of text/plain.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): If the Content-Type header didn't
	exist, use the default content-type values instead of assuming
	text/plain.

2013-08-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	According to Rfc2046 Section 5.1.1, boundary markers may optionally
	be followed by lwsp.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (is_boundary): New convenience function to
	check that the text matches a boundary, possibly followed by lwsp.
	(check_boundary): Use is_boundary().
	(found_immediate_boundary): Use is_boundary().

	Fixes bug #705612

2013-07-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_substream): Fixed to properly
	handle a 0-byte substream at the end of the very last source
	stream. Fixes bug #701572.

2013-06-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.16

2013-06-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_set_mode):
	GPG_CTX_MODE_SIGN_ENCRYPT also requires a passphrase.

2013-05-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-best.c (filter_filter): Reset the linelen
	state to 0 when we encounter a '\n'.

2013-05-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part-iter.c: Modified to work for non-multipart
	messages.

2013-05-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode): Respect the new
	GMIME_ENABLE_USE_ONLY_USER_CHARSETS initialization flag.

	* gmime/gmime.h: Define a new GMIME_ENABLE_USE_ONLY_USER_CHARSETS
	initialization flag.

2013-04-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold_tokens): New internal function
	that replaces the older header_fold() function. This new one uses
	the rfc2047 tokenizer so that we share the same rfc2047 workaround
	logic in the tokenizer.

	Fixes bug #697407

2013-02-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c: Disable g_warnings unless warnings
	are enabled in the build.

2013-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.15

2013-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (html_convert): Fixed to convert the
	last line of input even if it doesn't end with a \n.

2013-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.14

2013-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* util/url-scanner.c (url_addrspec_start): Fixed the logic to
	actually scan for the beginning of the mailbox.

2012-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.13

2012-11-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_first): Make sure the
	list isn't empty.
	(g_mime_header_iter_last): Same.

2012-11-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_prepend): Prepend the
	header to the list, don't *append* it. Oops.
	(g_mime_header_list_clear): Don't forget to reset the linked list
	so that it doesn't contained free'd nodes.

2012-11-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.12

2012-10-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_read): Initialize presize to
	READ_PAD instead of READ_SIZE to prevent potential buffer
	underruns.

2012-10-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-gzip.c (gunzip_filter): Apparently
	Z_BUF_ERROR isn't actually an error unless there is input
	available. Thanks to Pavlo <devgs@ukr.net> for this patch.

2012-10-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_push_boundary): Don't use strcmp to
	check if the boundary is an mbox boundary, use a direct pointer
	comparison so that we can handle Content-Type boundary parameters
	with a value of "From "

2012-10-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Don't assume that
	the first non-header line we find indicates the start of the
	content unless we've already gotten some basic headers.

	Fix for bug #686223.

2012-10-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.11

2012-09-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Unref the
	certificate after adding it to the list (adding it to the list
	refs it).

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): If the 'result' out param is
	null, unref the GMimeDecryptResult to avoid leaking.

2012-08-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (tokenize_rfc2047_phrase): Don't forget to
	initialize 'ascii' to TRUE.

2012-08-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-pipe.c (stream_flush): Pipes and sockets
	cannot be fsync()'d, so don't even try!

2012-08-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_token_new_encoded_word): Make sure
	to properly handle broken encoded-word tokens in the form:
	=?charset?q?=.

	Fixes the g_malloc abort() in bug #679388

2012-08-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (check_protocol_supported): Oops,
	need to compare against xsupported in the second string compare.

	Fixes bug #674032

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.10

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/Makefile.am: Always build gmime-gpg-context.[c,h] and
	gmime-pkcs7-context.[c,h]

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Armor internals with #ifdef
	ENABLE_CRYPTOGRAPHY so that if crypto is disabled, only the
	skeletal API is built.

	* gmime/gmime.h: Include gmime-pkcs7-context.h

	Fixes bug #676692.

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): Use
	is_blank() instead of is_lwsp() so that we only treat space and
	tab as word delimiters (we want to rfc2047 encode \r's and
	\n's). Check for ctrl characters when deciding what the type and
	encoding of the word is.

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): When
	breaking up really long atom tokens, change the word type to
	RFC2047 so that we encode them, thus preventing forced header
	folding which cannot be unmunged.
	(header_fold): Fixed for cases where the first word in a header is
	68 chars. (Note: this fix is largely unnecessary due to the above fix)

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: When setting a header, make sure to
	always clear the header list cache of the toplevel mime_part as
	well.

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (rfc2184_param_new): Only decode the charset
	and lang if the parameter is actually encoded. Thanks to Peter
	Bloomfield for this patch.

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Keep track of
	DECRYPTION_OKAY status.
	(gpg_decrypt): Only return NULL if decryption failed (e.g. we
	didn't get a DECRYPTION_OKAY status).

	Fixes bug #677088.

2012-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/building.sgml: Updated docs.

	Fixes bug #676341

2012-04-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.9

2012-04-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify):
	Match protocols like application/x-pkcs7-signature, too.

	Fixes bug #674032.

2012-04-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.8

2012-04-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_headers): Make sure to
	initialize 'start' before using it to calculate headers_end in the
	case where parser_fill() failed.

	Fixes bug #673493.

2012-03-10  Daniel Gillmor  <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>

	* mono/gmime-sharp.dll.config.in: Fixed missing .so number.

	Fixes bug #671785.

2012-03-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.7

2012-03-09  Daniel Gillmor  <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>

	* gmime/gmime-certificate.h: Remove the trailing comma from the
	last enum item to silence gcc -pedantic warnings.

	* gmime/gmime-message.h: Same.

2012-03-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Be lenient with
	"From " lines found in message headers. Fixes bug #671680.

2012-02-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.6

2012-02-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (multipart_guess_body): Fixed
	multipart/signed logic.

2012-02-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-common.c (g_mime_strdup_trim): Optimized.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (header_parse): Use g_mime_strdup_trim()
	instead of reimplementing the same logic here.

2012-02-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Instead of filtering Content-* headers
	inside GMimeObject subclasses, filter them in the parser. This way
	header fetching works as expected in subparts which might have
	non-standard headers (X-* and whatnot).

2012-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c (g_mime_content_encoding_from_string):
	Match non-standard encodings: 7-bit, 8-bit, and x-uue (the
	standard names for these are 7bit, 8bit, and x-uuencode).

2012-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-common.c (g_mime_strdup_trim): New function that
	optimizes g_strstrip combined with g_strdup in both speed and
	memory usage (g_strstrip won't shrink the size of the dup'd
	memory).

2012-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* configure.ac: Add a --enable-smime flag which defaults to "no".

2012-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.5

2012-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_message_part): Make sure that
	a boundary doesn't appear before we start scanning for the
	headers.

2012-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* src/uuencode.c:
	* src/uudecode.c: Moved to examples/

2012-02-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_verify): In cases where gpg does
	not exit with code 0, only set the GError when we've gotten no
	signer information from gpg (otherwise we return the list of
	signers, which will presumably include why the verification failed
	in the status of each signer). Fixes bug #668085.

2012-02-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part-iter.c: Fixed to behave the same as IMAP and
	also to actually work.

2012-02-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	* mono/Multipart.custom: Fixed the binding for Multipart.Count.

2012-02-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* configure.ac: Added --with-gacdir to fix bug #667072

2012-01-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Fixed up to more closely match the gtk-sharp
	build.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.pc.in: Fixed to more closely match gtk-sharp.

2012-01-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c: Fixed some switch statements to
	include a 'default' code path, fixing some compiler
	warnings. Fixes bug #667684.

2012-01-09  Ionut Biru  <ibiru@archlinux.org>

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c: Fix compilation when S/MIME is not
	enabled.

2012-01-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.4

2012-01-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fix for bug #667070

	* configure.ac: Fixed Docbook checks for the html and pdf converters.

	* docs/tutorial/Makefile.am: Use the DB2HTML and DB2PDF variables.

2012-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <jeff@xamarin.com>

	Fixes for bug #667137.

	* tests/Makefile.am: If any tests fail, exit with an error to
	abort make.

	* tests/testsuite.c (testsuite_exit): Simply return
	total_errors.

2012-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fixes for bug #667072.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Install to $(libdir) instead of $(prefix)/libdir.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.pc.in: Set libdir to @libdir@

2012-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* src/Makefile.am: Rename uuencode/uudecode to
	gmime-uuencode/decode to prevent naming collisions with the GNU
	Sharutils tools. Fixes bug #667073.

2012-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Fixed returns
	without a return value. Also fixed up some error-handling.

2012-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_decode_tokens): Fixed a memory leak.

2011-12-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.3

2011-12-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (quoted_decode): Made more robust and also
	modified to keep state (e.g. for use when triplets span across
	multiple encoded-word tokens).
	(tokenize_rfc2047_phrase): Tokenizes a rfc822 phrase header for
	later processing.
	(tokenize_rfc2047_text): Tokenizes a rfc822 unstructured text
	header for later processing.
	(rfc2047_decode_tokens): Merge and decode rfc2047 tokens,
	converting the decoded text into UTF-8.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): Rewritten to use the above
	functions.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Same.

2011-12-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (charset_convert): Don't count the
	terminating nul character in the returned string length.

2011-12-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.2

2011-12-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-charset.c (flter_complete): Same as
	charset_convert().

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (charset_convert): Make sure the output
	buffer is large enough when flushing the conversion descriptor.

2011-12-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Don't initialize the crypto types
	unless crypto was enabled in the build.

2011-11-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.1

2011-11-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Need to decode the content
	of the application/octet-stream part containing the encrypted
	payload as it may have a non-7bit Content-Transfer-Encoding.

2011-11-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Register all GObject-based types
	to prevent race conditions in multi-threaded apps.

2011-08-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.6.0

2011-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/*.custom: Simplified the GetEnumerator() implementations.

	* mono/HeaderEnumerator.cs: New IEnumerator class returned by
	HeaderList.GetEnumerator(). Wraps HeaderIter, providing a more
	C#-like experience.

2011-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Rename AppendHeader() to Append(),
	PrependHeader() to Prepend(), RemoveHeader() to Remove(), etc.

	* mono/HeaderList.custom: Instead of having
	GetHeader()/SetHeader(), manually bind this as an indexer.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_clear): New function
	to clear all headers.
	(g_mime_header_list_contains): New function added mostly for
	completeness in the C# binding.

2011-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.10

2011-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* mono/GMime.metadata (PartBase): Rename to Entity to be more
	consistent with MIME terminology and removed more convenience
	methods that really only make sense in the C API.
	(g_mime_object_new_type): Removed, there's no easy way to map this
	to managed.
	(g_mime_object_new): Removed, there's no easy way to map this
	to managed.

2011-08-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part-iter.c: Updated to be more consistent with IMAP
	part specifiers.

2011-08-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-part-iter.c: New class for iterating over a tree of
	GMimeObjects. Fixes bug #652012.

2011-08-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_replace): New
	convenience function to replace a mime part at a specified
	position.

2011-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.9

2011-07-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (charset_convert): Don't skip validation of
	UTF-8 text.

2011-07-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (charset_convert): Handle ERANGE the same as
	EILSEQ.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-charset.c (filter_filter): Handle ERANGE the
	same as EILSEQ.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_map_init): Improved logic
	for Win32 (and even Linux) systems. Don't rely on setlocale().

2011-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Added new state, MESSAGE_HEADERS, which
	behaves the same as HEADERS but is only ever set when we are
	parsing the toplevel GMimeMessage object.
	(parser_step_headers): Be slightly more strict in handling
	malformed headers in the MESSAGE_HEADERS state so that trying to
	parse non-message streams fails (e.g. if someone tries to parse a
	jpeg stream).

2011-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Define nfds_t on OSX.

2011-06-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.8

2011-06-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fix for bug #652056

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_value): If STRICT_PARSER isn't
	defined, don't require the value to start with a valid character.

2011-06-08  Daniel Kahn Gillmor  <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>

	Fix for bug #651826

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c
	(g_mime_gpg_context_[g,s]_set_use_agent): New functions to allow
	the invoker to declare that they expect there to be a functioning
	gpg-agent, and want gpg to talk to it for any needed credentials.

2011-06-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: If building on Apple, force the use
	of our own implementation of poll() because Apple's poll() is
	broken on some versions of MacOS.

2011-03-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.7

2011-03-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated for crypto API
	changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Updated for crypto API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_context_verify): Now
	returns a GMimeSignatureList, the 'details' string was worthless
	for GpgMe backend.
	(GMimeDecryptResult): This is now a GObject.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c: Updated for crypto API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Updated for crypto API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-certificate.[c,h]: New source files implementing
	Certificate and CertificateList classes.

	* gmime/gmime-signature.[c,h]: New source files implementing
	Signature and SignatureList classes.

2011-03-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/StreamWrapper.cs (Write): Implemented.

	* mono/CryptoRecipientCollection.cs:
	* mono/SignerCollection.cs: New collections for Signers and
	CryptoRecipients.

	* mono/SignatureValidity.custom:
	* mono/DecryptionResult.custom: Don't return IEnumerators for
	signers/recipients, return the appropriate Collections instead.

2011-03-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/SignatureValidity.custom: 
	* mono/DecryptionResult.custom:
	* mono/CryptoRecipient.custom: 
	* mono/Signer.custom: New custom sources implementing enumerators
	for Signers and Recipients.

2011-03-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Check for glib-sharp-2.0 instead of gtk-sharp-2.0
	since we really only depend on glib-sharp. Also check for gapi-2.0
	via pkgconfig.

2011-03-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.6

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Treat
	EXPSIG, EXPKEYSIG, and REVKEYSIG the same as GOODSIG/BADSIG status
	messages in that all of them denote a new signer info.

2011-03-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.5

2011-03-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Implements features requested in bug #641841 and #641320.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.h (GMimeCryptoHash): Reordered to be
	identical to gnupg's listing.
	(GMimeCryptoPubKeyAlgo): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_decryption_result_[g,s]et_cipher):
	New functions to get/set the cipher algorithm used.
	(g_mime_decryption_result_[g,s]et_mdc): New functions to get/set
	the mdc digest algorithm used.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_hash_algo): Removed, no longer
	needed.
	(gpg_pubkey_algo): Same.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status) :Parse the DECRYPTION_INFO status to get
	the cipher and mdc algorithms used.
	(gpg_decrypt): Set the cipher and mdc values on the
	GMimeDecryptionResult.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_pubkey_algo): Removed, no
	longer needed.
	(pkcs7_hash_algo): Same.

2011-03-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Make sure
	to extract the pubkey_algo, hash_algo, sig_class, sig_expires, and
	return-code values for ERRSIG.

2011-03-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Implemented bug #641319.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_recipient_*): New
	set of functions for manipulating a GMimeCryptoRecipient.
	(g_mime_decryption_result_*): New set of functions to manipulate a
	GMimeDecryptionResult
	(g_mime_crypto_context_decrypt): Now returns a
	GMimeDecryptionResult.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Updated for API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_decrypt): Updated for API
	changes.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_decrypt): Updated for API
	changes.

2011-03-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	API cleanup as well as preparing for the possibility of a
	multi-protocol CryptoContext.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt):
	Updated to use new APIs for getting the encryption protocol.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Updated to use new APIs for getting the signature protocol.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_context_get_*_protocol):
	New methods for getting the crypto protocol strings used by
	multipart/encrypted and multipart/signed parts.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_get_*_protocol): Implemented.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_get_*_protocol): Implemented.

2011-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_stream_seek): Added.

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Initialize gpgme.

2011-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Implements feature request in bug #635663.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_signer_[g,s]et_sig_version):
	New functions to access new signature version member.
	(g_mime_signer_[g,s]et_sig_class): New functions to access new
	signature class member.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Extract
	the signature class and version tokens.

2011-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* PORTING: Updated docs.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Fixed up for the new decrypt API.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (multipart_guess_body): Updated. We can no
	longer descend into the decrypted part because it is no longer
	cached.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt):
	Now takes a GMimeSignatureValidity argument and no longer caches
	the decrypted mime part/validity.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_get_signature_validity): Removed.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Don't cache the input part
	as the decrypted part.

2011-01-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Parse the
	ERRSIG's return code, fixes bug #638605.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.h: Added UNSUPP_ALGO error value.

2011-01-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_write): Correctly calculate the
	end boundary of the stream when bound_end is -1.

2010-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.4

2010-11-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_address): Handle edge cases
	where inptr reaches the end of the input string prematurely due to
	a malformed address.

2010-11-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635409.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_get_validity): Reworked the
	logic to calculate the signer status. Also dropped
	GMimeSignatureStatus logic.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_verify): Removed the (broken)
	logic of calculating a GMimeSignatureStatus.
	(gpg_decrypt): Same.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Updated for the g_mime_signer_new()
	API change.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_signature_validity_new): No
	longer initializes a GMimeSignatureStatus member.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_get_status): Removed.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_set_status): Removed.
	(g_mime_signer_new): Now takes a GMimeSignerStatus so that I could
	get rid of the default NONE status.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.h (GMimeSignatureStatus): Removed.

2010-11-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635661.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_signer_new): Initialize
	pubkey_algo and hash_algo.
	(g_mime_signer_[g,s]et_pubkey_algo): Implemented.
	(g_mime_signer_[g,s]et_hash_algo): Renamed from [g,s]et_hash().

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.h (GMimeCryptoPubKeyAlgo): Defined
	enum.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c (pkcs7_get_validity): Record the
	hash and pubkey algorithms used in the GMimeSigner.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Record
	the pubkey algorithm used by the signer.

2010-11-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt):
	Now takes a hash algorithm argument which it passes along to
	g_mime_crypto_context_encrypt().

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): When signing and
	encrypting, pass the digest algorithm to gpg on the command-line.
	(gpg_encrypt): Set the hash id on the GpgCtx.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_crypto_context_encrypt):
	Now takes a hash algorithm argument.

2010-11-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635492.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_hash_from_id): New function
	mapping the numeric hash id's that gpg uses to GMimeCryptoHash
	ids.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Extract the hash algorithm used by
	the signer.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Updated to use gpg_hash_from_id().

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.c (g_mime_signer_set_hash): New
	function to set the hash algorithm used by the signer.
	(g_mime_signer_get_hash): New function to get the hash algorithm
	used by the signer.

2010-11-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635491.

	* gmime/gmime-crypto-context.[c,h]: Renamed from
	gmime-cipher-context.[c,h].

2010-11-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635407.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt):
	Updated error messages to be more consistent.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify):
	Make sure to set an error in all cases returning NULL.

2010-11-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635405.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_signer_get_*): These
	functions all now take a const GMimeSigner *.

2010-11-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #635152

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (GpgCtx): No longer has a sigfile
	member. Instead contains a sigstream and passwd_fd is now renamed
	to secret_fd and used for both sending gpg the user's passwd as
	well as for sending gpg the digital signature when verifying.
	(gpg_ctx_new): Updated for the new struct members.
	(gpg_ctx_set_sigstream): Replaces gpg_ctx_set_sigfile().
	(gpg_ctx_free): Updated for the new struct members.
	(gpg_ctx_get_argv): Modify our --verify command-line so that we
	can pas gpg the digital signature without first writing it to
	disk. Also modified to return char** instead of a GPtrArray to
	simplify things.
	(gpg_ctx_op_start): Modified to also create more pipes in VERIFY
	mode.
	(gpg_ctx_op_step): Modified to stream the digital signature to
	gpg.
	(gpg_verify): Don't write the digital signature to disk - instead,
	we now stream it directly to gpg.

2010-10-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_body): New function to
	try and guess which part (or multipart/alternative) represents the
	message body.

2010-09-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/charset-map.c: According to rfc1557, it is suggested that
	euc-kr be used for headers since many Korean mailers cannot handle
	base64 or quoted-printable encoded iso-2022-kr. Based on this and
	bug #629235, I'm just going to drop iso-2022-kr.

2010-09-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Based on a patch by Marek Łętowski

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): In the
	workaround case, if we don't find an end marker, reset our inptr
	to the beginning of the most recent word *plus 2* (to skip over
	the leading "=?"), not the beginning of the input text. Also need
	to reset our ascii state.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): In the workaround case, if we
	don't find an end marker, reset our inptr to the beginning of the
	most recent word *plus 2*, to skip over the leading "=?".

2010-09-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c (g_mime_encoding_quoted_encode_close):
	If the last input character is not a \n, append an "=\n" sequence.

2010-09-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c: Mark known_iconv_charsets[] as
	static. Also mark string members of various private structs as
	const.

2010-09-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Bump glib version requirement for
	g_set_error_literal().

2010-09-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (group_to_string): Don't crash if the
	group name is unset. Thanks to Damian Pietras for this patch.

2010-09-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase):
	Implement the same rfc2047-workaround hack as the one found in
	g_mime_utils_header_decode_text().

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c (g_mime_encoding_base64_decode_step):
	Need to keep state to keep track of the number of ='s we've backed
	out over in case it crosses buffer boundaries.

2010-08-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_token): Make less strict in order to
	handle unquoted boundary values containing '=' (and other illegal
	characters).

2010-08-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (_internet_address_set_name): Don't
	decode/unquote the name. The docs for all the functions that call
	this assume the name string is in its decoded form already.
	(_internet_address_decode_name): New internal function that
	decodes a string and sets it as the name on the InternetAddress.
	(decode_address): Rewritten to be even more liberal in what it
	accepts.

2010-06-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt):
	Don't unref the encrypted content mime part object when the
	content-type doesn't match application/octet-stream,
	g_mime_multipart_get_part() does not ref parts it returns. We also
	need to set an error when this happens.

2010-05-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.3

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.h (GMIME_QP_ENCODE_LEN): Since
	force-wrapped lines use "=\n" instead of just "\n", lines will be
	74 bytes, not 73.

2010-05-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.ac: Bumped version to 2.5.2

2010-05-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.h (GMIME_QP_ENCODE_LEN): Fixed to take
	into acount the possibility of having to force-wrap lines at 72+
	characters.

2010-05-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_get_stream):
	Fixed documentation.

2010-04-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Added a --disable-cryptography flag to alloow
	building without GnuPG or S/MIME support. Thanks to
	pier11@operamail.com for this patch. Fixes bug #615343.

	* tests/test-streams.c: Use glib's G_GINT64_FORMAT and
	G_GSIZE_FORMAT macros for our various *printf needs to be more
	portable. Thanks to pier11@operamail.com for this patch.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Use g_set_error_literal() when no
	printf-style arguments are needed. Fixes bug #615594. Thanks to
	Tobias Mueller and Christian Persch.

	* Applied patch by pier11@operamail.com to fix the build for
	MingW. Fixes bug #615068.

2010-03-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes for bug #613653

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Initialize GMimeObject's type
	registry.
	(g_mime_shutdown): Shut it down here.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_type_registry_init): Renamed
	a bit and fixed to not use g_atexit(). Also made internal-public.
	(g_mime_object_type_registry_shutdown): Renamed and made
	internal-public. Also set type_hash to NULL after destroying it so
	that a re-init will work.
	(g_mime_object_register_type): Don't init the type system anymore.
	(g_mime_object_new): Same.
	(g_mime_object_new_type): Same here.

2010-03-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes for bug #598855

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (process_header): Return TRUE if we match
	MIME-Version.
	(message_prepend_header): Don't drop MIME-Version headers.
	(message_append_header): Same.
	(message_set_header): Here too.
	(message_get_header): Only return the hard-coded "1.0" value for
	MIME-Version if it is not set on the header object.
	(message_remove_header): Allow the MIME-Version header to be
	removed.
	(message_get_headers): Only write our own MIME-Version header if
	one isn't already set in the message headers.
	(message_write_to_stream): Same here.

2010-02-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #609700.

	* configure.ac: Define ENABLE_SMIME if we find GpgMe.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.c: #ifdef out the GpgMe logic if we
	are building without S/MIME support enabled.

2010-02-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.5.1

2010-01-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* src/uudecode.c (uudecode): Just use fopen() to open fout instead
	of using open() and then fdopen(). Fixes the code to work properly
	on Windows.

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.h (GMIME_UUENCODE_LEN): Fixed to prevent
	possible buffer overflows.

2010-01-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Disabled strict-aliasing to work around subtle
	bugs generated by gcc 4.4 when optimizations are enabled.

2010-01-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Cleaned up the
	code a bit.

2010-01-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-crlf.c (filter_filter): Fixed bug #606875 by
	not trying to skip multiple characters per pass thru the loop when
	encountering the first '.' of a possible '..' sequence.

2010-01-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_decode_8bit): Make sure to
	always increment inptr as we force-convert it to ascii. Thanks to
	Damian Pietras for finding this bug.

2009-12-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* Released 2.5.0 - it's time to get this out there for people to
	play with.

2009-11-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Don't include EXTRA_LIBS in GMIME_LIBS, instead
	add it to GMIME_LIBS_PRIVATE so that things properly expand in the
	.pc file.

	* gmime.pc.in: Moved -lz -lnsl, etc into Libs.private. Fixes bug
	#603273.

2009-11-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (ptr_array_insert): Fixed to handle an
	index larger than the current array length as well as fixing the
	true insert case to shift items when index is les than the current
	array length (as opposed to when it is equal-to). Thanks to
	harven@gingers.rulez.pl for finding this bug.

2009-10-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Fixed the military timezone offsets.

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c (g_mime_encoding_uudecode_step): Fixed a
	uudecoding bug when uulen % 3 is 2. Thanks to Peter Hartley. Fixes
	bug #597794.

2009-10-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (mime_part_encode): Shortcut if the currently
	set encoding is within the acceptable constraints.

	* docs/reference/gmime-sections.txt: Updated.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Updated.

2009-10-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-best.h: Moved GMimeEncodingConstraint to
	gmime-encodings.h

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_encode): New method to
	calculate and set the best Content-Transfer-Encoding on a mime
	part and its children.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (mime_part_encode): Use a GMimeFilterBest to
	make magic happen.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_encode): Encode our toplevel mime
	part object.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (multipart_encode): Recurse over our
	children and encode them.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (multipart_signed_encode):
	Prevent our base class implementation from iterating over our
	children.

2009-09-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* build/vs2008/*: Made the Project/Solution tree much nicer.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-gio.c: various warning fixes.
	(set_errno): Fixes to build on Windows.
	(gio_seekable_bound_end): This needs to return gint64, not
	ssize_t.

	* tests/test-streams.c: Use GDir instead of POSIX's dirent API and
	also conditionally disable mmap tests.

	* tests/test-mbox.c: Use GDir instead of POSIX's dirent API to aid
	in portability to Windows.

2009-09-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/gmime-sharp.dll.config.in: Simply target
	libgmime-@GMIME_API_VERSION@.so since we are now properly
	versioning libgmime-2.6.so

2009-08-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (charset_convert): If iconv() fails, treat
	conditions where outleft == 0 the same as if we had gotten an
	E2BIG error (e.g. we need to grow the output buffer) so that we
	don't overrun it while appending a '?' placeholder character.

2009-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.ac: Check for GpgME needed for S/MIME support.

	* gmime/Makefile.am: Include gmime-pkcs7-context.[c,h] in the
	build.

	* gmime/gmime-pkcs7-context.[c,h]: New source files implementing
	the pkcs7 cipher context using GpgMe.

2009-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Updated
	for API changes to the GMimeSigner stuff.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_signer_new): Initialize the
	newly added fields.
	(g_mime_signer_free): Free the newly added fields.
	(g_mime_signer_set_issuer_serial): New field accessor.
	(g_mime_signer_get_issuer_serial): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_issuer_name): Another new accessor.
	(g_mime_signer_get_issuer_name): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_email): And another...
	(g_mime_signer_get_email): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_sig_created): Renamed from
	g_mime_signer_set_created().
	(g_mime_signer_get_sig_created): Renamed from
	g_mime_signer_get_created().
	(g_mime_signer_set_sig_expires): Renamed from
	g_mime_signer_set_expires().
	(g_mime_signer_get_sig_expires): Renamed from
	g_mime_signer_get_expires().
	(g_mime_signer_set_key_created): New field accesor.
	(g_mime_signer_get_key_created): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_key_expires): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_key_expires): Same.

2009-07-02  Stanislav Brabec  <sbrabec@suse.cz>

	* configure.ac: Simplified configuring of gmime in a
	cross-compilation environment. Make it possible to work-around
	AC_TRY_RUN limitations by copying of target system iconv-detect.h
	and setting ac_cv_have_iconv_detect_h=yes.

2009-05-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_read): Removed gross hack.
	(stream_write): Same.
	(g_mime_stream_fs_new): On Windows systems, set the translation
	mode to BINARY.
	(g_mime_stream_fs_new_with_bounds): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c: Same as GMimeStreamFs

2009-05-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_seek_cache_read): Fixed a
	64bit cleanliness issue.
	(stream_seek_cache_read): Cap the max cache size to G_MAXSIZE.

2009-04-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-best.h: Renamed GMimeBestEncoding to
	GMimeEncodingConstraint to make this enum more clear as to what
	it's intended purpose is.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Updated.

2009-04-29  Sankar P  <sankar.curiosity@gmail.com>

	* gmime.doap: Added new doap file to describe the project.

2009-04-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-events.[c,h]: Don't require a GObject owner.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_mime_part): Add a
	mime_part_headers_changed listener.
	(g_mime_message_finalize): Remove the listener.
	(mime_part_headers_changed): Uncache the message header stream.
	(message_get_headers): Removed hack.
	(message_write_to_stream): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_set_stream): Emit a
	changed event.
	(g_mime_header_iter_set_value): Call set_stream() instead of
	setting the stream to NULL ourselves. Also causes a changed event
	to be emitted.
	(g_mime_header_list_prepend): Same.
	(g_mime_header_list_append): Here too.
	(g_mime_header_list_set): And here.
	(g_mime_header_list_remove): Same.

2009-04-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_best_content_encoding): New
	helper function to calculate the most efficient
	Content-Transfer-Encoding for a given mime-part.

2009-04-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* build/vs2008/config-win32.h.in: No longer has GMIME_*_VERSION
	defines - these are all in gmime-version.h now.

	* gmime/gmime-version.h.in: New template for generating
	gmime-version.h

	* gmime/gmime.h: #include gmime-version.h

	* configure.ac: Renamed from configure.in. Now generates a
	gmime/gmime-version.h header which contains a macro for checking
	the GMime version at compile-time. Requested feature from the
	Balsa guys.

2009-04-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-streams.c: Updated to test GIO streams.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-gio.c: New GMimeStream wrapper around GIO
	streams.

2009-04-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-session*.[c,h]: Removed.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-pipe.[c,h]: New stream for pipes (where
	seeking isn't allowed). Needed by GMimeGpgContext.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Updated to use the new request_passwd
	callback function instead of the GMimeSession.
	(g_mime_gpg_context_set_auto_key_retrieve): New function for
	disabling the auto-key-retrieve functionality of gpg.
	(g_mime_gpg_context_get_auto_key_retrieve): New function to get
	the state of auto-key-retrieve enabledness.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.[c,h]: No longer references a
	GMimeSession. Instead, we now have a GMimePasswordRequestFunc used
	for prompting the user.

2009-04-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Removed stub virtual method
	overloads that did nothing but call the base class'
	implementation.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c (message_part_prepend_header):
	Protect against setting Content-MD5 header since this is not
	allowed.
	(message_part_append_header): Same.
	(message_part_get_header): Don't bother checking that the
	requested header begins with "Content-", just pass it along to our
	base class implementation to worry about.
	(message_part_remove_header): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (message_partial_get_header):
	Same.
	(message_partial_remove_header): Here too.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (mime_part_remove_header): Same.

2009-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (g_mime_message_partial_split_message):
	Fixed to use gint64 variables for stream length/offsets.

2009-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_set_disposition): Unref the
	disposition after setting it on the GMimeObject, don't ref it
	again. Oops.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (to_list_changed, cc_list_changed):
	(bcc_list_changed): Fixed callback signatures. Oops.

	* gmime/gmime-events.c: Fixed list traversal. What was I thinking
	before?

2009-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parse-utils.h: Marked APIs as internal linkage only.

	* gmime/gmime-common.h: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c: Use the new GMimeEvent API instead
	of libgobject's g_signal API which is more than we need.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c: Updated to use the GMimeEvent API for
	content-type and content-disposition.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Use the new GMimeEvent API instead of
	our own.

	* gmime/gmime-events.[c,h]: New source files implementing a simple
	and performant event system needed internally within GMime. Based
	on the event system that used to be in internet-address.c

2009-04-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (struct _GMimeParserPrivate): Added
	message_headers_begin/end and changed the meaning of
	headers_begin/end to be for the current MIME part rather than for
	the current message itself.
	(g_mime_parser_init): Init the boolean state variables before
	calling parser_init() so that parser_init() can use them.
	(parser_init): Only create a rawbuf if our stream isn't seekable
	or isn't persistent. Initialize our new message_headers_begin/end.
	(g_mime_parser_set_persist_stream): If our persist mode has
	changed, malloc or free our rawbuf.
	(raw_header_append): Don't append any data if rawbuf is NULL (this
	means we're keeping track of offsets instead).
	(parser_step_headers): Always update headers_begin/end since we
	now always want to keep track of all header begin/end offsets.
	(parser_step): Update our message_headers_begin/end state.
	(parser_scan_message_part): Set the mime-part's raw header stream
	on the message too.
	(parser_construct_message): Same.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Substream the input stream to get
	our raw header stream to set on the mime-part's header-list.
	(parser_construct_multipart): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (struct _GMimeHeaderList): Instead of
	having a string buffer holding the raw header block content,
	instead keep a stream. This not only makes it easy for us to keep
	track of what the header offsets on disk are should the developer
	want to know, but it also means we don't necessarily have to use
	duplicate the header block to memory.
	(g_mime_header_list_set_stream): New function that replaces the
	old g_mime_header_list_set_raw() and looks much cleaner.
	(g_mime_header_list_get_stream): New function to access said
	stream.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Fixed uses of
	g_mime_header_list_set/has_raw().
	(g_mime_message_set_mime_part): Set the message's raw header
	stream to NULL.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c: Same.

	* tests/test-parser.c (test_parser): Updated.

2009-04-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* build/vs2008/config-win32.h.in: New template to replace
	config.h.win32 so that the version info gets autogenerated when I
	make a new release. Makes it easier for me to keep it in sync.

	* build/vs2008/gmime.vcproj: No longer defines the gmime version
	variables on the command-line (as these are now part of config.h).

2009-04-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* branched: now begins 2.5.x development

	* configure.in: Updated.

	* zentimer.h: Updated to hopefully build on Windows.

	* gmime/Makefile.am: Rename lib name to gmime-2.6.

	* gmime.pc.in: Renamed from gmime-2.4.pc.in.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.pc.in: Renamed from gmime-sharp-2.4.pc.in.

	* gmime/gmime-stream*.[c,h] (stream_length): Fixed to return a gint64

2009-04-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.6

2009-04-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c (g_mime_encoding_uudecode_step): Fixed a
	bug wrt updating uulen when the data isn't an exact multiple of 3.

	* src/uuencode.c (uuencode): Don't bother dup()ing the stdout fd, just
	use set_owner(FALSE) so that it doesn't close when we destroy the stream
	instead.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_read, stream_write): Don't depend on
	simple arithmetic to update our stream->position on Windows since it
	may do line-ending translation behind our backs. Call ftell() to get
	our real position after reading or writing.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_read, stream_write): Same idea.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (mktime_utc): Fixed the Windows code-path.
	(charset_convert): In the Windows case, fake the E2BIG error condition
	if outleft <= inleft on any error as errno doesn't seem to get
	properly set in this case.

	* tests/test-headers.c: Removed unused headers to fix the build on
	Windows.

2009-04-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c: Ported to Windows by #including io.h

	* examples/basic-example.c: Reverted to the old GMimeStreamFs logic
	and #included io.h for G_OS_WIN32 systems.

	* examples/imap-example.c: Ported to Windows by #including io.h and
	using g_ascii_strcasecmp().

2009-04-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* build/vs2008: New directory for Visual Studio 2008 Solution & Project
	files.

	* gmime.vcproj: Moved to build/vs2008

	* config.h.win32: Same.

	* gmime.sln: Same.

	* examples/basic-example.c: Fixed to build under Visual Studio by
	using GMimeStreamFile instead of GMimeStreamFs and by #ifdef'ing
	out the GnuPG code.

	* tests/testsuit.[c,h]: Fixed to compile under Visual Studio which
	basically means we can't use _try() as a function. Renamed to g_try().
	Also renamed throw() to g_throw() for consistency.

2009-04-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/testsuite.c: Modified to compile without the need for
	pthread.h

	* gmime.vcproj: Added logic to the PreBuild step to copy
	config.h.win32 to config.h

	* config.h.win32: Added.

2009-04-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: #include <process.h> for getpid() and ws2tcpip.h
	for getaddrinfo() on Windows platforms.
	(mktime_utc): Use _get_timezone() when building on Windows.
	(g_mime_utils_header_format_date): Windows has gmtime_s() instead
	of gmtime_r(), so use that on Windows.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: If glib is >= 2.14, use GRegex instead of
	glibc regex.

2009-04-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Need to #include <unistd.h> for getpid().

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c: Need to #include <unistd.h> here.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Got rid of an unused variable.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Removed unused variables.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c: Don't need to #include
	"gmime-table-private.h" here as we don't actually use it.

	* util/gtrie.c: Disable g_warning()'s when compiled w/o
	--enable-warnings and also fixed some compile warnings.

2009-03-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime.sln: New Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Solution file for GMime.

	* gmime.vcproj: New Microsoft Visual C++ Project file for GMime.

2009-03-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Removed unneeded #include <unistd.h>

	* configure.in: Check for unistd.h

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (read_random_pool): Implement using
	rand() in the case that unistd.h is not available.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Fixed 'crlf'
	argument to be a guint to make it easier to avoid compile warnings
	about comparison between signed/unsigned ints in the callers.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_group_add_member):
	Fixed g_return macros to return a value.
	(internet_address_mailbox_get_addr): Same.

2009-03-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Check for regex.h

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: #ifdef out the regex functionality if the
	system does not have regex.h

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.h: Don't #include <unistd.h> here.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.h: Removed #include <unistd.h> as it isn't
	needed there.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Removed unused includes.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Only #include <sys/utsname.h> if we have
	utsname.domainname. Helps build process on Windows.

2009-03-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.5

2009-03-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c: Fixed to be more diligent in setting
	errno on error.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c: Fixed to be more diligent in setting
	errno on error.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c: Fixed to be more diligent in setting
	errno on error.
	(stream_seek): If the user seeks beyond the end of the buffer and
	bound_end is unbound, then grow the buffer (e.g. a sparse file).

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c: Fixed to be more diligent in setting
	errno on error.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c: Fixed to be more diligent in setting
	errno on error.

2009-03-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Default --enable-largefile to yes. Looks like I
	forgot to do this before rolling the version to 2.4.0 like I
	intended.

	* tools/Makefile.am: Fixed to include the porting script in
	EXTRA_DIST (instead of extra_DIST) so that the tarball includes
	it, doh!

2009-03-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.4

2009-03-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Check for select() and poll() as well as poll.h

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (poll): Implement our own poll()
	function using select() for portability to MacOS 10.2, which
	apparently doesn't have poll().

2009-02-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Use GSlice for rfc822 word tokens and date
	tokens.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Updated to use GSlice.

2009-02-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_new): Use
	g_slice_new().
	(g_mime_header_iter_free): Use g_slice_free().
	(g_mime_header_list_new): Use g_slice_new().
	(g_mime_header_list_destroy): Use g_slice_free().

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_new): Use g_slice_new().
	(gpg_ctx_free): Use g_slice_free().

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_signer_new): Use
	g_slice_new() instead of g_new().
	(g_mime_signature_validity_new): Same.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_free): Use g_slice_free().
	(g_mime_signer_free): Same.

2009-02-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Removed some unused macros.

2009-01-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Fixed to parallel make install, thanks to
	Diego Pettenò. Fixes bug #567549.

2009-01-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* examples/imap-example.c (write_part): Don't unref the stream we
	get from g_mime_data_wrapper_get_stream().
	(reconstruct_part_content): Fixed error-checking.

2008-11-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (nearest_pow): Implement using asm on i386
	- this code path isn't normally built, but it's fun to
	micro-optimize anyway ;-)

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (status_backup): Use next_alloc_size()
	macro - same as gmime-parser.c

2008-10-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.3

2008-10-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes by Damian Pietras.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (check_boundary): Check that len > 0 before
	checking for \r.
	(header_parse): Fixed to handle headers with nothing but lwsp.

2008-10-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/gtrie.c (g_trie_search): Instead of returning the first
	match, find instead the best match starting at the same starting
	offset (e.g. if we have two patterns "abc" and "abcdef" and the
	input buffer is "abcdefghi", we want to match "abcdef" rather than
	just "abc").
	(g_trie_quick_search): Renamed from the old g_trie_search().

2008-10-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.2

2008-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gtk-doc.make: More parallel-install fixes so that devhelp
	actually works. Patch to gtk-doc.make submitted upstream.

2008-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes for bug #554830

	* mono/Makefile.am: Don't hard-code the API version.

	* mono/gmime-sharp-2.4.pc.in: Fixed incorrect path to include the
	API_VERSION.

	* gmime-2.4.pc.in: Similar fixes.

	* configure.in: Define GMIME_API_VERSION

2008-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.1

2008-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gtk-doc.make: Allow for a versioned install of the
	gtk-docs. Completes the fix for bug #554121.

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am: Define a DOC_MODULE_VERSION

	* mono/Makefile.am: Fix PACKAGE_SHARP to be versioned. Partial fix
	for bug #554121.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Made the headerbuf allocator a little less
	liberal in the amount it allocates.

2008-09-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (stream_length): Implemented a default
	solution using g_mime_stream_seek().

2008-09-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.4.0

2008-09-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Check if
	rfc2047-workarounds has been enabled at runtime.

	* gmime/gmime.h (GMIME_ENABLE_RFC2047_WORKAROUNDS): New
	g_mime_init() flag so that a programmer can enable rfc2047
	workarounds at runtime.

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Save the init flags.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_group_set_members):
	Add an event listener to the new members, not the unref'd old
	member list. Thanks to Peter Bloomfield for spotting this.

2008-09-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Register all of our GObject types
	with the glib type system so that there's less risk of a
	race-condition in multi-threaded applications (not sure if this is
	a justifiable concern or not, but it doesn't hurt).

2008-09-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Use the new InternetAddressList event
	system.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Implemented a custom event system
	which gains us another 20% performance improvement.

2008-09-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_get_type): Register this
	class as being abstract.

	* gmime/gmime-filter.c (g_mime_filter_get_type): Register this
	class as being abstract.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_get_type): Register this
	class as being abstract.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): Pass name->len to
	g_utf8_validate() rather than -1 since we have the length. Might
	save us some cycles.
	(internet_address_get_type): Register this class as being
	abstract.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_init): Initialize the headerbuf and
	rawbuf buffers to something more reasonable.

2008-09-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.10

2008-09-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Epic optimization hack-a-thon which resulted in another ~5%
	performance improvement.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_init): Instead of using a
	hash table for our recipients table, simply use an array since we
	can easily look them up using the GMimeRecipientType as an array
	index. Eliminates unnecessary memory and, most importantly,
	performance overhead.
	(message_add_recipients_from_string): Optimized quite a bit by
	using the new internet_address_list_append/prepend functions.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_addrspec): Updated for
	g_mime_decode_domain() changes.

	* gmime/gmime-parse-utils.c (g_mime_decode_domain): Changed the
	API a bit to prevent the need for string duplication/g_free
	overhead in our callers.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_fill): Keep track of the stream
	offset ourselves.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_list_append): Renamed
	from internet_address_list_concat() and optimized slightly.
	(internet_address_list_prepend): New function that prepends the
	contents of a list to another list.
	(_internet_address_set_name): New internal function which avoids
	emitting a "changed" event in an attempt to enhance the
	performance of internet_address_list_parse().
	(_internet_address_list_add): Same idea as
	_internet_address_set_name(), but also takes ownership of the
	InternetAddress' ref to avoid unnecessary ref/unref overhead.
	(internet_address_mailbox_new): Instead of calling
	internet_address_mailbox_set_addr(), set it manually to avoid a
	g_signal_emit().
	(internet_address_group_new): Call _internet_address_set_name() to
	avoid signal emission.
	(internet_address_group_add_member): Now returns the index of the
	newly added member.
	(decode_mailbox): Avoid string duplication of the addrspec token,
	use the new g_mime_decode_domain() API to avoid unnecessary
	strdup/g_free overhead, and use _internet_address_set_name().
	(decode_address): Don't need to unref members anymore as the lists
	we add them to take ownership of the refs.

2008-09-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	I/O Optimization which improved performance by ~5%

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_fill): Now takes an 'atleast'
	argument which we use to decide whether we should bother calling
	read() or not. If we have more than 'atleast' bytes left in our
	buffer, we don't read.
	(parser_scan_content): Take advantage of the 'atleast' argument to
	parser_fill().
	(parser_step_headers): Same.
	(parser_step_from): Here too.
	(parser_skip_line): And here.

2008-09-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_add_recipients_from_string):
	Prepend, append, or set the addresses in the recipients list
	depending on the new 'action' argument.
	(process_header): Pass along our 'action' to
	message_add_recipients_from_string().
	(message_prepend_header): Pass PREPEND as the action argument to
	process_header().
	(message_append_header): Pass APPEND as the action argument to
	process_header().
	(message_set_header): Pass SET as the action argument to
	process_header().

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_set): If there is more
	than a single header with the specified name, remove them.

2008-09-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/memchunk.[c,h]: Removed. No longer used.

2008-09-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.9

2008-09-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	New feature needed by the Bongo project (seems DBMail could also
	use this feature as they currently have a hack-around).

	* tests/test-mbox.c: Output header offsets as well so that they
	can be checked.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_get_headers_begin): New
	function to get the beginning offset of the message headers.
	(g_mime_parser_get_headers_end): Same, but for the end offset.
	(parser_step_headers): Only set priv->headers_begin and
	priv->headers_end if they are set to -1, we don't want to
	overwrite this value if parsing a subpart.
	(parser_step): Reset priv->headers_begin and priv->headers_end
	when appropriate.

2008-09-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_map_init): Create the
	iconv_charsets hashtable using g_hash_table_new_full() so that we
	don't have to call g_hash_table_foreach() before destroying it in
	g_mime_charset_map_shutdown().

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Use g_hash_table_new_full() so that
	we don't have to g_hash_table_foreach() to remove all user-id
	hints before destroying the user-id hint hashtable.

	* util/cache.c: Updated to use GSlice instead of a custom MemChunk
	allocator.

	* util/gtrie.c: Updated to use GSlice instead of my custom
	MemChunk. The main purpose for using the MemChunk allocator had
	been ease of cleanup, but it made it more difficult to use GTrie
	elsewhere.

	* examples/basic-example.c: Updated for the foreach() changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_foreach): Changed to
	be recursive. The callback function signature has changed a bit to
	be more useful as well by providing the parent MIME object.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_foreach): Same.

2008-09-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id):
	Multiparts can have Content-Id's too.

2008-09-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_object): Made
	virtual, seems like it could be useful.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (set_content_type): Do not serialize the
	GMimeContentType object to the headers. This is done elsewhere
	now.
	(g_mime_object_set_content_type): After calling the virtual
	set_content_type(), serialize the GMimeContentType object to the
	headers.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Get rid of the protocol
	member variable, it's not needed.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Get rid of the protocol and
	micalg member strings, these aren't needed - just request them
	from the content_type.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c: Get rid of boundary member variable, we
	can just request it from the ContentType object. No sense
	duplicating strings.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_get_headers): Don't write out a
	MIME-Version header if a Content-Type header doesn't exist.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_content_type): Instead of returning
	a GMimeContentType object, we now return a simpler ContentType
	struct so that we don't waste time processing more of the header
	than we need to, all we need is the type/subtype to figure out
	which MIME object type to instantiate.
	(parser_scan_message_part): After finishing parsing the object,
	destroy the content_type ourselves.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Updated. Don't set a
	GMimeContentType on the GMimeObject unless the Content-Type header
	doesn't exist (if it does exist, then appending the Content-Type
	header will cause one to be created and set on the GMimeObject).
	(parser_construct_multipart): Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_new_from_string):
	Use the new g_mime_parse_content_type() utility function and set
	the parsed string values on the new GMimeContentType object
	directly to avoid unnecessary strdup()ing.

	* gmime/gmime-parse-utils.c (g_mime_parse_content_type): New
	function to parse the simple type/subtype Content-Type form.

2008-08-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.8

2008-08-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/Multipart.custom: GMime.Multipart now implements the IList
	interface.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_add_recipients_from_string):
	Removed. This function was a kludge - use
	g_mime_message_get_recipients() and then add recipients you have
	manually instead.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_clear): New method.
	(g_mime_multipart_contains): Same.
	(g_mime_multipart_index_of): Same.

2008-08-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_multipart_subparts): Updated
	for GMimeMultipart API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (sign_prepare): Updated for
	GMimeMultipart API changes.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_sign): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt):
	Updated for GMimeMultipart API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_add): Renamed from
	g_mime_multipart_add_part(). The "_part" seemed superfluous.
	(g_mime_multipart_remove): Same.
	(g_mime_multipart_remove_at): Same.
	(g_mime_multipart_insert): Renamed from
	g_mime_multipart_add_part_at().
	(g_mime_multipart_get_count): Renamed to be more obvious.

2008-08-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (g_mime_message_partial_new): Need
	to unref the content_type after setting it on the object.

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c (g_mime_message_part_new): Need to
	unref the content_type after setting it on the object.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_new): Need to unref
	the content_type after setting it on the object.
	(g_mime_multipart_new_with_subtype): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Need to unref the content_type after setting it on the
	object. Also need to set mps->protocol /before/ we use it.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_new):
	Need to unref the content_type after setting it on the object.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_new): Need to unref the
	content_type after setting it on the object.
	(g_mime_part_new_with_type): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_header): Removed.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_header): Removed.
	(g_mime_part_set_filename): Don't need to pre-set a
	ContentDisposition on the object if it is NULL,
	g_mime_object_set_content_disposition_parameter() will do that for
	us.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_leaf_part): Instead of
	going around the GMimeObject's back to set the content_type, call
	g_mime_object_set_content_type().
	(parser_construct_multipart): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c: Updated for GMimeContentType and
	ContentDisposition GObjectification.
	(g_mime_object_new): New function.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c: Subclass GObject.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c: Subclass GObject.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Got rid of unneeded vfuncs for the
	changed event (which we don't want to be made public).

2008-08-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Making GMime's object-returning APIs consistent with Gtk+ which do
	not ref returned objects.

	* tests/test-headers.c (test_header_sync): No longer need to unref
	the InternetAddressList object returned from
	g_mime_message_get_recipients().

	* tests/test-mbox.c (print_mime_struct): Since
	g_mime_multipart_get_part() no longer returns a ref'd object, no
	need to unref it once we're done with it.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt):
	Don't ref the returned decrypted part.

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c (g_mime_message_part_get_message):
	Don't ref the returned message part.

	* gmime/gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_get_stream):
	Don't ref the returned stream.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content_object): Don't ref
	the returned content object anymore.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (multipart_get_part): No longer ref the
	returned part.
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_recipients): Don't ref
	the list anymore.
	(g_mime_message_get_mime_part): Don't ref the returned mime part
	anymore.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_get_content_type): Don't
	return const anymore. We want app devs to be able to manipulate
	the GMimeContentType directly.
	(g_mime_object_get_content_disposition): Same idea here.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_group_get_members):
	Don't ref the members list anymore.
	(internet_address_list_get_address): Same.

2008-08-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-headers.c (test_header_sync): Check that changes to
	the GMimeContentType, GMimeDisposition, and InternetAddressList
	objects cause a re-sync of the GMimeObject/GMimeMessage headers.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_list_add): Connect to
	the added address's changed signal. Exposed by my new test-suite
	code.
	(internet_address_list_insert): Assert index >= 0, not < 0.
	(internet_address_list_remove_at): Same.
	(internet_address_list_get_address): Same.
	(internet_address_list_set_address): Same.
	(internet_address_list_to_string): Return NULL if the list is
	empty. This makes it easier to keep the new behavior of keeping
	around InternetAddressList objects in GMimeMessage the same as the
	old behavior when all of the addresses have been removed.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_content_disposition_set_params):
	New function.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_set_media_type):
	New function.
	(g_mime_content_type_set_media_subtype): Another new function.
	(g_mime_content_type_set_params): New function.

2008-08-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Updated to listen to changed events from
	recipient lists and to update the headers when the lists change.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: InternetAddress is now GObject with a
	"changed" signal. Split out InternetAddressMailbox and
	InternetAddressGroup subclasses of
	InternetAddress. InternetAddressList is now also a GObject with a
	"changed" signal. These changes were made so that manipulating an
	InternetAddress[List] of recipients will auto-magically update
	GMimeMessage's corresponding recipient header.

2008-08-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_recipients): Now
	returns a ref'd version of the InternetAddressList. You must now
	unref the list when you are done with it.

	* tools/gmime-port-2-2-to-2-4.sh: Updated.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_new_mailbox): Renamed
	from internet_address_new_name() to make it less ambiguous (and to
	use the terminology used in the RFC's).
	(internet_address_get_type): Now takes a const InternetAddress
	argument.
	(internet_address_get_name): Same.
	(internet_address_get_addr): Same.
	(internet_address_get_members): Same, but now returns a ref'd
	InternetAddressList rather than a const InternetAddressList.
	(internet_address_list_ref): InternetAddressLists are now
	reffable.
	(internet_address_list_unref): Same.
	(internet_address_list_get_address): Now returns a ref'd copy of
	the InternetAddress at the index specified.

2008-08-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.7

2008-08-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes to actually pass the test suite. D'oh!

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (process_header): Protect against passing
	a NULL list to internet_address_list_to_string().
	(g_mime_message_add_recipient): Create a new InternetAddressList
	if it doesn't already exist in the hash table.
	(message_add_recipients_from_string): Protect against passing a
	NULL list to internet_address_list_concat().

	* gmime/internet-address.c (_internet_address_list_to_string):
	Fixed the logic to avoid adding a ',' after the last email
	address.

2008-08-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.6

2008-08-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/InternetAddressList.cs: Rewritten to be more awesome. Now
	implements IList.

	* tools/gmime-port-2-2-to-2-4.sh: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Updated for InternetAddressList API
	changes.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Completely reworked the
	InternetAddressList API.
	(internet_address_list_parse_string): Renamed from
	internet_address_parse_string().

2008-08-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): Implemented a
	work-around for broken email addresses that have more than a
	single '.' between word tokens making up the local-part of an
	addr-spec. See Evolution bug #547969 for details.

2008-08-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c (g_mime_message_part_get_message):
	Only ref the message if it is non-NULL. Thanks to Peter Bloomfield
	for this fix.

2008-07-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_get_offset): Disable
	for now, currently it never gets set.

2008-07-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* src/uudecode.c (uudecode): Don't base64 decode the
	end-tag ("====\n"). Fixes bug #542222.

2008-07-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* COPYING: Fixed to reference LGPL v2.1

	* docs/reference/gmime-sections.txt: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_foreach): Added back
	since it's fairly simple and makes it easier for apps to be ported
	over to GMime 2.4

	* gmime/gmime-message.h: Removed unused prototypes.

	* gmime/gmime-common.h: Same.

2008-07-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Doltified and bumped version to 2.3.5

2008-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/Message.custom: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-message.[c,h]: Make GMIME_RECIPIENT_TYPE_* string
	macros into an enum. Translate the enum into strings as
	appropriate internally.

2008-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #541578

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_add_recipient): Change
	'type' argument to const char *.
	(g_mime_message_add_recipients_from_string): Same.

2008-06-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_remove_part): Fixed
	g_return macros to return bool instead of void.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_signer_get_errors): Fixed
	the function name to match the prototype name.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_remove): Fixed the
	g_return macros here too. Also need to make sure to return TRUE at
	the end of the function.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (write_content): Don't unred filtered_stream
	if we haven't used it.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_remove_header): Fixed
	g_return macros, this function returns bool, not void.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Get rid of
	unused variable.

2008-06-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.4

2008-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (status_backup): Use the bitwise
	nearest_pow() implementation.

2008-06-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: When mallocing header/raw buffers, malloc
	a power-of-2 rather than a power-of-2 + 1. Also optimized the
	logic to calculate the amount of memory to realloc.

2008-06-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.h (GMIME_QP_ENCODE_LEN): Add an extra byte
	for \n in the case of quoted_encode_close(). Thanks to Peter
	Bloomfield for discovering this.

2008-06-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): added
	constants for MD2, TIGER and HAVAL.

2008-06-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.3

	* docs/reference/changes-2.4.sgml: Updated.

	* PORTING: Updated.

2008-06-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/*.h: Finished documenting all of the structs. Now at 100%
	symbols documented! Woot!

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Use the GMimeCipherHash returned from g_mime_cipher_context_sign()
	to create the micalg parameter value - this way if the requested
	hash was DEFAULT, we set the micalg to the proper value.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Parse which
	hash algorithm was actually used by gpg.
	(gpg_hash_str): Updated to return strings for the new SHA
	algorithms added this past week.
	(gpg_sign): Return the hash algorithm actually used.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_context_sign): This
	method now returns -1 on fail or the GMimeCipherHash on success.

2008-06-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parse-utils.c (g_mime_decode_word): No longer
	returns a strdup'd string, this helps increase the performance of
	the address parser and reduces memory fragmentation.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_references_decode): Updated for
	decode_word() changes.
	(decode_addrspec): Same.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): Make sure we don't
	stray beyond the end of the input string. Also updated for changes
	to decode_word() (which now returns a const string rather than a
	strdup'd string).

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_is_valid): Fixed an FMR
	when the header the cursor is pointing to has been removed by
	validating the hdrlist version first.

2008-06-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.2

	* gmime/*.[c,h]: Updated a bunch of gtk-doc documentation.

2008-06-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_date_as_string):
	Renamed from g_mime_message_get_date_string().
	(g_mime_message_set_date_as_string): New function to provide
	another means of setting a date (might help with some bindings
	where time_t and tz_offsets are more difficult to work with).

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Fixed MessagePartial.ReconstructMessage
	binding, thanks to Mike Kestner for helping me figure out the
	proper metadata kung-fu to achieve this.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c: Get rid of the 'init' class method,
	GObject already has an initializer (must be a leftover from before
	the port to GObject).
	(g_mime_object_new_type): Don't call GMimeObject->init(),
	g_object_new() has already initialized the object.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_remove_part): Now
	returns TRUE or FALSE.

2008-06-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-pgp.c (main): Test encrypt+sign and decrypt+verify as
	well.

2008-06-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-pgpmime.c: Updated to test for
	multipart/encrypted+sign

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt):
	Changed to take 'sign' and 'userid' arguments so that it is
	possible to both sign and encrypt the content.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Updated to save the
	GMimeSignatureValidity from our call ot
	g_mime_cipher_context_decrypt() so that callers can choose to get
	the signer validity (in the case where the encrypted part was also
	signed).
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_get_signature_validity): New function.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_decrypt): Updated to return a
	GMimeSignatureValidity.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info): Split out from gpg_ctx_parse_status()
	to parse signer info.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Updated VERIFY mode to call
	gpg_ctx_parse_signer_info() and made DECRYPT also call it so that
	we properly collect signer info when the encrypted stream was also
	signed.
	(gpg_encrypt): Respect the 'sign' argument.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_context_decrypt):
	Now returns a GMimeSignatureValidity in case the encrypted stream
	was also signed.

2008-06-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (message_partial_message_new): Use
	an iter on the stack.

	* gmime/gmime-header.[c,h]: Changed iters again. Iters are now
	able to be allocated on the stack by making the struct public,
	however this means that they are more sensitive to changes in the
	HeaderList (e.g. all iters other than the one used to remove a
	header become invalid regardless of whether or not the header they
	refer to still exists).

2008-06-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_new): New function to
	allocate an iter on the heap.
	(g_mime_header_iter_copy_to): New copy function so that you can
	copy to a pre-allocated destination iter.
	(g_mime_header_list_get_iter): Changed the API a bit. Instead of
	returning a newly allocated iter, instead return bool and take an
	iter arg to initialize.

2008-06-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tools/gmime-port-2-2-to-2-4.sh: New helper tool to port existing
	GMime 2.0 and 2.2 based applications over to GMime 2.4.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Updated for GMimeFilterCRLF changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Updated for GMimeFilterCRLF
	changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated for GMimeFilterCRLF
	changes.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-crlf.c (g_mime_filter_crlf_new): No longer
	takes 2 enum arguments, rather it now takes 2 bool arguments which
	makes the API simpler to understand.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-best.c (g_mime_filter_best_new): Changed the
	unsigned int flags argument to be an enum so developers could more
	easily figure out what the argument was.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (g_mime_param_next): New helper function for
	bindings.
	(g_mime_param_get_name): Same.
	(g_mime_param_get_value): Same.

2008-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-html.c (main): Updated.

	* tests/test-best.c (main): Updated.

	* src/uuencode.c (uuencode): Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Updated for filter stream change.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Updated for filter stream change.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated for filter stream
	change.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_new): Updated for filter
	stream change.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-yenc.c (g_mime_filter_yenc_new): Now takes a
	bool encode argument rather than a GMimeFilterYencDirection - no
	sense making this more complicated than it needs to be.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (g_mime_stream_filter_new): Renamed
	from g_mime_stream_filter_new_with_stream(). This is the only
	constructor, so should be named _new().

2008-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.1

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_invalidate_iters): Only
	unlink the iter if the headers are being destroyed.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c: Added GMimeCipherHash enums for
	SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512.
	(g_mime_signer_next): New function to ease binding.
	(g_mime_signer_set_status): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_status): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_error): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_error): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_trust): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_trust): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_fingerprint): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_fingerprint): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_key_id): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_key_id): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_name): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_name): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_sig_created): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_sig_created): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_set_sig_expire): Same.
	(g_mime_signer_get_sig_expire): Same.

2008-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_get_header_list): New
	function to get at the GMimeObject headers.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (message_partial_message_new): Use
	iters to copy the headers.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_list_foreach): Removed, this
	API sucked.

2008-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-headers.c: New set of unit tests for GMimeHeaderIter.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_iter_equal): New method to
	check if two iters are equal.
	(g_mime_header_iter_first): New method to update @iter to point to
	the first header.
	(g_mime_header_iter_last): New method to update @iter to point to
	the last header.
	(g_mime_header_iter_next): Fixed.
	(g_mime_header_iter_prev): Fixed.
	(g_mime_header_iter_remove): Invalidate all other iters currently
	pointing to the same header as @iter.

2008-05-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and
	GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and
	GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList
	and GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and
	GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and
	GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and GMimeObject
	changes.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Updated for GMimeHeaderList and
	GMimeObject changes.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_append_header): Renamed from
	g_mime_object_add_header().
	(g_mime_object_prepend_header): New method.
	(remove_header): Cleanup content-header variables if they get
	removed. Don't allow removal of the Content-Type header.

	* gmime/gmime-header.[c,h]: Renamed GMimeHeader to GMimeHeaderList
	and all of it's methods appropriately. Added a new GMimeHeaderIter
	class for iterating over a header list.
	(g_mime_header_list_remove): Return gboolean specifying whether or
	not a header was removed.
	(g_mime_header_list_get_iter): New function to get a header
	iterator.

2008-05-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/cache.c: Updated for list.[c,h] changes.

	* util/list.c (list_append): Renamed from list_append_node().
	(list_prepend): Renamed from list_prepend_node().
	(list_unlink): Renamed from list_node_unlink().

2008-05-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_headers): Removed as
	GMimeObject has an equivalent method.
	(handle_multipart_alternative): Removed.
	(handle_multipart_mixed): Removed.
	(g_mime_message_get_header): Removed, this has equivalent
	functionality on GMimeObject.
	(g_mime_message_set_header): Same.
	(g_mime_message_add_header): Same.

2008-05-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.3.0

2008-05-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	These changes are to make it so that changing the GMimeContentType
	and/or GMimeContentDisposition fields directly will still update
	the headers.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_content_disposition_set_disposition):
	Notify our parent object that we've changed.
	(g_mime_content_disposition_set_parameter): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_set_parameter):
	Notify our parent object that we've changed.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (_g_mime_object_content_type_changed):
	Renamed from sync_content_type() and also made callable from
	gmime-content-type.c
	(_g_mime_object_content_disposition_changed): Renamed from
	sync_content_disposition() and also made callable from
	gmime-disposition.c
	(g_mime_object_set_content_type): Set the parent object on the
	GMimeContentType and call _g_mime_object_content_type_changed().
	(g_mime_object_set_content_disposition): Set the parent object on
	the GMimeContentDisposition and call
	_g_mime_object_content_disposition_changed().

2008-05-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-encodings.c: New source file containing all the
	basic MIME encoding functions.

	* src/uuencode.c: Updated.

	* src/uudecode.c: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Updated for GMimeContentEncoding change.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Updated for GMimeContentEncoding
	change.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated for
	GMimeContentEncoding change.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c: Updated for GMimeContentEncoding
	change.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-best.c (g_mime_filter_best_encoding): Updated
	to use the new GMimeContentEncoding enum.

	* gmime/gmime-data-wrapper.c: Updated to use GMimeContentEncoding
	enum.
	(write_to_stream): Drastically simplified using the new
	GMimeFilterBasic API.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-basic.c: Updated to use the new GMimeEncoding
	API.
	(g_mime_filter_basic_new): Renamed and changed the arguments. We
	now just re-use the GMimeContentEncoding enum and a bool to
	declare encode vs decode.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_references_free): New function to
	simplify bindings.
	(g_mime_utils_best_encoding): Updated to use the new
	GMimeContentEncoding enum.
	(g_mime_utils_base64_encode_close): Moved to gmime-encodings.c
	and renamed to g_mime_encoding_base64_encode_close().
	(g_mime_utils_base64_encode_step): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_base64_decode_step): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_uuencode_close): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_uuencode_step): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_uudecode_step): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_quoted_encode_close): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_quoted_encode_step): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_quoted_decode_step): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.h (GMimePartEncodingType): Removed. This enum
	has been replaced.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_type): Removed,
	GMimeObject already has this functionality.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_type): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_encoding): Renamed from
	g_mime_part_set_encoding() and updated to use the new
	GMimeContentEncoding enum.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_encoding): Renamed from
	g_mime_part_get_encoding() and updated to use the new
	GMimeContentEncoding enum.
	(g_mime_part_encoding_to_string): Removed, equivalent
	functionality has been added to gmime-encodings.c named
	g_mime_content_encoding_to_string().
	(g_mime_part_encoding_from_string): Removed, equivalent
	functionality has been added to gmime-encodings.c named
	g_mime_content_encoding_from_string().
	(write_content): Updated for new GMimeFilterBasic API which helps
	simplify this.

2008-05-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_references_get_message_id): New
	accessor function to ease bindings.
	(g_mime_references_get_next): Renamed from
	g_mime_references_next() for consistency.
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_decode): Removed.
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode): Removed.
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode_phrase): Removed.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_content_disposition_get_params):
	New accessor function to ease bindings.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_get_media_type):
	New accessor function to ease bindings.
	(g_mime_content_type_get_media_subtype): Same.
	(g_mime_content_type_get_params): Same.

2008-05-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* examples/basic-example.c: Fixed to use GMimeSignatureValidity.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_*): Removed, since
	we're not going to maintain compatability with 2.2, no sense
	keeping these wrappers around.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_*): Removed. No one should still be using
	these...

2008-05-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_body): Removed.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c: Changed GMimeDisposition to
	GMimeContentDisposition and updated method names to match.
	(g_mime_content_disposition_new_from_string): Same as the old
	g_mime_disposition_new().
	(g_mime_content_disposition_new): New ctor that doesn't take any
	args.
	(g_mime_content_disposition_set_parameter): Renamed from
	g_mime_disposition_add_parameter().
	(g_mime_content_disposition_get_disposition): Renamed from
	g_mime_disposition_get().
	(g_mime_content_disposition_set_disposition): Renamed from
	g_mime_disposition_set().

	* gmime/gmime-object.c: Moved Content-Disposition handling here.
	(g_mime_object_get_content_disposition): New method which is the
	equivalent of g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_object().
	(g_mime_object_set_content_disposition): New method which is the
	equivalent of g_mime_part_set_content_disposition_object().
	(g_mime_object_get_disposition): New method which is the
	equivalent of g_mime_part_get_content_disposition().
	(g_mime_object_set_disposition): New method which is the
	equivalent of g_mime_part_set_content_disposition().
	(g_mime_object_get_content_disposition_parameter): New method
	which is the equivalent of
	g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_parameter().
	(g_mime_object_set_content_disposition_parameter): New method
	which is the equivalent of
	g_mime_part_add_content_disposition_parameter().

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_object):
	Moved functionality to GMimeObject.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_disposition_object): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_disposition): Same.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_disposition): Same.
	(g_mime_part_add_content_disposition_parameter): Same.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_parameter): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_content): Removed long-deprecated function.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_byte_array): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_pre_encoded_content): Same.
	(g_mime_part_get_content): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_type):
	Removed... equivalent functionality already on GMimeObject.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_type): Same.

2008-05-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c (g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt):
	Don't use g_mime_part_set_content() as it is a deprecated
	function.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_object):
	Added an accessor to make bindings easier.

2008-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (stream_eos): Fixed a typo.

2008-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* tests/test-pgp.c: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_context_*): Renamed
	from g_mime_cipher_*() which did not match the class
	name. Deprecated the old names.

2008-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_write_to_stream):
	Removed. Removing all deprecated functions which have equivalent
	functionality in a parent class.
	(g_mime_message_to_string): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_ref): Same.
	(g_mime_object_unref): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_write_to_stream): Same.
	(g_mime_part_to_string): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_ref): Same.
	(g_mime_stream_unref): Same.

2008-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c: Cast offset arguments to lseek() to
	off_t.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c: Cast offset arguments to fseek() to
	long.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (g_mime_stream_mmap_new_with_bounds):
	Don't assign to st.st_size.

	* gmime/*.[c,h]: Use gint64 instead of off_t for public APIs.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: s/off_t/gint64/g

2008-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Don't delay-sign, newer versions of Mono do
	not allow this anymore.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.snk: New sign-key for signing gmime-sharp
	assembly.

	* mono/AssemblyInfo.cs.in: Updated.

2008-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* branched: now begins 2.3.x development

	* gmime-2.4.pc.in: Renamed from gmime-2.0.pc.in.

	* gmime-config.in: Removed.

	* gmimeConf.sh.in: Removed.

	* configure.in: Updated.

	* */Makefile.am: Rename lib name to gmime-2.4.

2008-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/StreamWrapper.cs: Allow seeking to position 0 for
	GMimeStreamFilter. Thanks to Debajyoti Bera for this patch.

2008-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.21

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Check parser_step() against
	GMIME_PARSER_STATE_ERROR rather than -1 in case the value ever
	changes.
	(struct _GMimeParserPrivate): Changed state to be 16bit int
	instead of a 26bit int which apparently cannot be set to -1 on
	Solaris. Fixes bug #534301.
	(parser_step_headers): Fixed a corner-case where a read boundary
	fell between the \n and \t of a folded header.

2008-05-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.20

2008-05-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_read): Break if
	g_mime_stream_read() returns 0 as well (meaning EOF, no more data
	to read) and don't keep looping. Fixes bug #533331.

2008-05-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.19

2008-05-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Fix for CRLF encoded
	input.

2008-04-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (header_parse): Fixed a memory leak in the
	case of an invalid header.

2008-02-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.18

2008-03-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_message): Changed
	content_length to an unsigned long rather than unsigned int, fixes
	bug #521872. Thanks to Pawel Salek for this fix.

2008-03-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): Don't let
	size go negative.

2008-02-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.17

2008-02-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-basic.c (filter_filter): Use the new macros
	defined below.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_word): Use the new macros.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.h: Added more accurate encoding-length macros
	for base64, quoted-printable, and uuencode which are try to
	minimize over-calculating the amount of output data that we
	need. Also namespaced them.

2008-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* src/uudecode.c (uudecode): Use g_strchomp() on the filename
	parsed from the 'begin' line.

2008-02-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/url-scanner.c (url_web_end): Handle IP address literals
	within []'s. Fixes bug #515088.

2008-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_uuencode_step): Optimized.

2008-02-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Removed an extra seek.

2008-02-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.16

2008-02-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fix for https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=333292 and
	some other bugs I discovered while fixing it.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (header_parse): Made an actual function
	rather than a macro. Don't turn invalid headers into
	X-Invalid-Headers, just ignore them. Instead of using
	g_strstrip(), do our own lwsp trimming so we can do it before
	malloc'ing - this helps reduce memory usage and memmove()
	processing in g_strstrip().
	(parser_step_headers): Validate the header field names as we go so
	that we can stop when we come to an invalid header in some
	cases. May now return with 3 states rather than only 1:
	HEADERS_END (as before), CONTENT (suggesting we've reached body
	content w/o a blank line to separate it from the headers), and
	COMPLETE (which suggests that we've reached the next message's
	From-line).
	(parser_skip_line): Rearranged a bit: don't fill unless/until we
	need to.
	(parser_step): For HEADERS_END state, skip a line and increment
	state to CONTENT. No-op for CONTENT and COMPLETE states.
	(parser_scan_message_part): parser_step() can return more than
	just HEADERS_END on 'success' when starting with HEADERS state, so
	check for error rather than HEADERS_END.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): No need to parser_step() thru header
	parsing, they should already be parsed by the time we get
	here. Also, don't call parser_skip_line() directly to skip the
	blank line between headers and content, use parser_step() to do
	that for us.
	(parser_construct_multipart): Same as parser_construct_leaf_part()
	(found_immediate_boundary): Now takes an 'end' argument so callers
	can request a check against an end-boundary vs a part boundary.
	(parser_scan_multipart_subparts): Check for errors with
	parser_skip_line(). Set HEADERS state and use parser_step() to
	parse headers rather than calling parser_step_headers()
	directly. If, after parsing the headers, we are at the next
	message (aka COMPLETE state) and we have no header list, then
	break out of our loop and pretend we've found an
	end-boundary. After parsing the content of each MIME part, check
	that the boundary we found is our own and not a parent's (if it
	belongs to a parent, break out).
	(parser_construct_part): Loop parser_step() until we're at any
	state past the header block (>= HEADERS_END).
	(parser_construct_message): Same idea. Also, do error checking for
	decoded content_length value.

2008-02-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (iconv_utils_init): Don't break if the
	user's locale is unset (e.g. US-ASCII).

2008-01-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Removed the need for 'unstep' state
	information.

2008-01-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_write): Don't modify the
	passed-in arguments so that it makes debugging easier if there's
	ever a bug.

2008-01-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_read): Optimized the
	BLOCK_READ code-path.
	(stream_write): Optimized the BLOCK_WRITE code-path.
	(stream_seek): Optimized the BLOCK_READ code-path.
	(g_mime_stream_buffer_gets): Updated for the changes made to the
	way bufptr is used in the BLOCK_READ case.

2008-01-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_set_user_charsets): Deep copy the
	string array. Fixes bug #509434.

2008-01-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.15

2008-01-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_write_to_stream): Reworked the
	logic to be easier to understand what is going on.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (multipart_write_to_stream): In the case
	where multipart->boundary is NULL /and/ we have a raw
	header (suggesting a parsed message), do not set a boundary as it
	will break the output because it will clobber the saved raw header
	and GMimeMessage's write_to_stream() method will have skipped
	writing its own headers if its toplevel part (us) have a raw
	header set. In this case, also skip writing the end boundary.

2008-01-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.14

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): Fixed a
	Free Memory Read access (FMR) by not freeing 'name' before using
	it's value. Also reworked to take advantage of uname(2) or
	getdomainname() to get the domain name if available to avoid
	having to do a DNS lookup.

2007-01-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.13

2008-01-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #506701

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): Don't
	reset the word-type variable as it needs to be preserved when
	breaking long words.
	(rfc2047_encode): Switch on word->encoding - if 0, rfc2047 encode
	as us-ascii.

2007-12-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_8bit): Now takes a default_charset
	argument which we use in place of the locale charet if
	non-NULL. We also now always include this charset in our list of
	charsets to check for a best-match (obviously this charset is
	unlikely to be an exact fit if this function is getting called, so
	we place it at the end of the list).
	(rfc2047_decode_word): If given a valid charset in the
	encoded-word token, always use that for charset conversion to UTF-8
	even if it doesn't convert fully. We don't want to fall back to
	the user's supplied charset list because it may contain iso-8859-1
	which will likely always be a 'best-match' charset.

2007-12-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_decode_8bit): Made public.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): Instead of doing our
	own thing to convert raw 8bit/multibyte text sequences into UTF-8,
	use the same function we use in gmime-utils.c's header decoder.

2007-12-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/charset-map.c: New source file to generate the charset
	map (moved out of gmime-charset.c)

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (main): Removed.

2007-12-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (main): Cleaned up the logic and made it
	so that we can alias a block to a previous block if the blocks are
	identical rather than just aliasing when all values in the block
	are identical. Happens to make no difference in the output, but
	the logic is now there if that ever changes.

2007-12-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset-map-private.h: Regenerated.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (known_iconv_charsets): Map all of the
	gb2312 aliases to GBK as GBK is a superset of gb2312 (apparently
	some clients are tagging GBK as gb2312 which is missing some
	glyphs contained within GBK).
	(main): Added iso-8859-6 to the table for Arabic support.

2007-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_8bit): When reallocing our output
	buffer, we need to update outleft as well.

2007-12-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.12

2007-12-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_merge_rfc822_words):
	Completely rewritten with new logic which will hopefully group
	words more logically.

2007-12-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Fixes bug #498720

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_list_writer): Renamed
	from the temporary internet_address_list_fold() name.
	(_internet_address_to_string): New internal function that writes
	an InternetAddress to a GString, doing proper folding and rfc2047
	encoding if requested.
	(internet_address_to_string): Use the new internal function.

	* tests/test-mime.c: Added another addrspec test and fixed up some
	exception strings to be a little more helpful.

2007-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Fixed a bug where explicitly disabling largefile
	support would add -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=no to the compiler
	CFLAGS. Also added a blaring WARNING when -enable-largefile is
	passed.

2007-11-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	Attempt at solving bug #498720 for address fields, altho it should
	probably be made to handle folding single addresses in the case
	where they are too long to fit within a single line.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_list_fold): New
	function.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_structured): Renamed from
	write_addrspec().
	(write_addrspec): New header writer that writes
	InternetAddressLists in a nicely folded manner.

2007-11-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_destroy): No need to
	check if ia != NULL, we know this is true already.

2007-11-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.11

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Fix for
	bug #485005.

2007-11-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_decode_word): If the charset string
	is empty, default to decode_8bit() and don't try to iconv_open()
	it.

2007-11-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (is_rfc2047_token): Don't assume the charset
	component of the token is >= 1 char, start checking for a '?' at
	string index 2.

2007-11-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Clear any
	error we may have (bad passwd?) each pass so that we don't try to
	set an error when one is already set.

2007-10-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_mime_part): Reset the
	raw headers of the current top-level MIME part so that if it is
	being used elsewhere, it won't carry along all the message headers
	from this message.

2007-10-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_encoding_from_string): Handle
	the value "uuencode" the same as we were handling "x-uuencode".

2007-10-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Changed the license to LGPLv2

2007-10-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* tests/test-pgp.c (test_export): Skip past the PGP headers so as
	to avoid comparing the "Version: " headers which might fail if a
	newer gnupg is used than what created the pgp key originally.

2007-10-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c: Updated for url-scanner.c symbol
	changes.

	* util/url-scanner.[c,h]: Renamed symbols to get rid of the G
	prefix and marked all symbols for internal linkage.

	* util/md5-utils.h: Declare symbols as internal.

	* util/memchunk.h: Here too.

	* util/cache.h: And here.

	* util/list.h: Same.

2007-09-25  Joe Shaw  <joe@joeshaw.org>

	* configure.in: Set an AM_CONDITIONAL for whether we are
	building with large file support.

	* mono/GMime.metadata.in: Move GMime.metadata to this and
	change any references of off_t to @off_t_type@, which is
	substituted with the correct type.  This is needed because
	off_t is converted to an IntPtr by the gtk-sharp binding
	generator, which is good for 64-bit systems and 32-bit
	systems without large file support but breaks on 32-bit
	systems with large file support.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Generate GMime.metadata from
	GMime.metadata.in by using sed to replace @off_t_type@
	with gint64 on 32-bit systems with large file support
	and long otherwise.

2007-09-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Disabled a debug printf.

2007-08-15  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* mono/DataWrapper.custom: We want to dispose of the GMime
	stream immediately, since we don't use its managed wrapper
	except to immediately pass it into the GMime.StreamFilter
	constructor.

2007-07-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Save errno
	before resetting the iconv descriptor so that we don't lose the
	error.

2007-07-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.10

	* tests/test-mime.c: Added rfc2047_text entries for testing the
	new workaround support.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_text):
	Implemented a conditional workaround for broken rfc2047 encodings.

2007-07-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-common.c: Removed str[n]casecmp

2007-05-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.9

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_substream): Fixed a memory leak
	by always returning a GMimeStreamCat, even if the source list
	contains only a single stream (probably better that it work this
	way anyway for consistency), thanks again to Charles Kerr for
	finding and presenting a fix for this. Fixes bug #440054.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_seek): Oops, fseek() should
	have been using SEEK_SET, not SEEK_END. Thanks to Charles Kerr for
	the report and the fix. Fixes bug #439841.

2007-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.8

	* tests/test-pgp.c: Test exporting of keys.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_decode_word): Fixed compile
	warnings.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_reset): Removed an unused
	variable.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_can_encode): 
	s/if (mask->level = 1)/if (mask->level == 1)/

2007-04-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.7

2007-04-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/*.c (g_mime_*_get_type): Set n_preallocs to 0.

2007-04-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/*.c: no need for a second NULL argument to g_object_new()

	* util/cache.c (cache_new): Change max_size and node_size to be of
	type size_t.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_new): g_object_new() doesn't need a
	second NULL argument.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_8bit): Close the iconv descriptor
	and since we are using is_ascii() now, we don't need to use
	unsigned char *'s.

2007-04-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_8bit): Use is_ascii().
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): Here too.

	* gmime/gen-table.c: Added a is_ascii() macro for use instead of
	the ctype isascii() so that I don't have to worry about casting.

2007-04-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Revision 1119 (previous commit) made the following 2 functions
	even less attractive than they already were, so I decided to
	rewrite them especially since it wasn't hard to find a far cleaner
	approach.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Rewritten
	to be cleaner, faster, and more elegant.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): Same.

2007-04-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fixes for bug #423760 and bug #342196

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_can_encode): New
	convenience function to check whether a length of UTF-8 text can
	be converted into the specified charset.
	(g_mime_set_user_charsets): New function allowing an application
	to provide GMime with a list of user-preferred charsets to use for
	encoding and decoding headers.
	(g_mime_user_charsets): New function to get the list of
	user-preferred charsets.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_8bit): New function to convert
	arbitrary 8bit text into UTF-8 using the charset list provided by
	g_mime_user_charsets().
	(rfc2047_decode_word): Don't assume that just because the declared
	charset is UTF-8 that it actually is in UTF-8.
	(rfc2047_decode_word): If we can't open a converter for the
	declared charset to UTF-8 or if we can't convert from the declared
	charset into UTF-8, fall back to using decode_8bit().
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Convert 8bit word tokens into
	UTF-8 using decode_8bit().
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): Same.
	(rfc2047_encode_word): Be a little more efficient about removing
	'\n' chars...
	(rfc2047_encode): When encoding a level-2 word cluster, attempt to
	fit the cluster within a charset provided by
	g_mime_user_charsets() rather than using GMime's best-fit charset
	table (unless, of course, it doesn't fit within any of the
	user-specified charsets).

2007-03-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): No need to
	cast out to a char *, it already is.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (g_mime_stream_mem_set_byte_array):
	Only free the previous memory buffer if we were the owner.

2007-03-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.6 - critical release for the
	gmime-stream-fs and gmime-stream-file fixes below.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_reset): Try resetting source
	stream first, this way if that fails we don't reset our state
	either.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_reset): Same as below.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_reset): Make sure to always
	return 0 or -1, not the value from fseek()ing back to the
	beginning of the stream (which might not be position 0).

2007-03-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): If we aren't
	in a UTF-8 locale, convert status messages into UTF-8 when using
	the status line in the GError.

2007-03-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_8bit_header_decode)
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode)
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode_phrase): Changed all of these
	functions to take `const unsigned char *' like they used to. Fixes
	bug #423147.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_new): Initialize flushed and
	nodata state variables. Thanks to valgrind for finding these...

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c
	(g_mime_content_type_new_from_string): Shouldn't need to
	g_strstrip() the type, is_ttoken() won't match against lwsp
	chars. Also, instead of simply scanning past lwsp between some
	tokens, use decode_lwsp() between *all* tokens so that we handle
	comments as well (not that there should be any...).

	* gmime-2.0.pc.in: Got rid of the redundant @LIBS@ which contained
	the same value as @GMIME_LIBS@.

	* configure.in: Added configure checks for large file support.

2007-03-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime-param.c: #include "gmime-parse-utils.h" and got rid of
	this file's own decode_lwsp() implementation.

	* internet-address.c: #include "gmime-parse-utils.h" which is
	where a bunch of the parser functions have been moved from here.

	* gmime-utils.c: #include "gmime-parse-utils.h" for decode_lwsp()
	and decode_domain()
	(decode_addrspec): Moved here from internet-address.c which had
	been exporting the symbol previously (so that decode_domain didn't
	have to be copy/pasted). Now this function can be made static -
	yay! No more exporting un-namespaced symbols!

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: #include "gmime-parse-utils.h" for
	decode_lwsp()

	* gmime/gmime-parse-utils.[c,h]: New source files containing some
	parse utility functions that had been copy/pasted between several
	source files previously.

2007-03-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.5

2007-03-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* tests/Makefile.am (local-check): Simplified.

	* tests/test-streams.c: Generate our own test data if we aren't
	given any.

	* tests/test-cat.c: Updated for the new Makefile.am rule.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (stream_length): Fixed to return the
	correct length when bound_end == -1 but bound_start != 0.
	Discovered this thanks to my new testsuite.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): If we can't find a
	local-part and inptr is ',', set *in = inptr; rather than *in =
	inptr + 1; Discovered this bug thanks to my new testsuite.

	* tests/test-mime.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

2007-03-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* tests/Makefile.am (check-local): Rewritten to actually run the
	automated tests.

	* tests/test-mbox.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/test-pgp.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/test-pgpmime.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/test-cat.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/test-streams.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/test-iconv.c: Rewritten to use testsuite library.

	* tests/testsuite.[c,h]: New automated test-suite helper library.

2007-03-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: Check for the existance of _timezone and nfds_t.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (mktime_utc): Use _timezone if
	HAVE__TIMEZONE is set.

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): If HAVE_TIMEZONE or HAVE__TIMEZONE
	is set, call tzset() to initialise the timezone variable.

2007-03-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_param): Instead of only checking
	that the param value begins with "=?", check if that sequence
	exists anywhere in the value. Fixes bug #407522.

	* src/uudecode.c (uudecode): Use a strcmp instead of comparing
	against a string literal (which was technically correct in this
	case, but the prettyification would be nice if "-" was specified
	in argv too). Fixes bug #408613.

2007-03-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_all_recipients): New
	convenience function to get To, Cc, and Bcc recipients all in a
	single list.

2007-02-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-message.h: Moved g_mime_message_get_body() into the
	deprecated block.

2007-02-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Removed the need for the ctype isblank()
	function.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_int): Need to use (unsigned char *)
	when passing indexes to ctype functions.

2007-02-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c: Changed the names of the charset format
	macros to coincide with the new names output by iconv-charset.c.
	(g_mime_charset_iconv_name): Use the new macro names.

	* iconv-detect.c: Use %u instead of %d, also changed the names of
	the format #defines that we print out.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_quote_string): Optimise a
	smidgen.
	(g_mime_utils_unquote_string): Fixed, this wasn't working right...

2007-02-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_write): Instead of comparing
	the return value of the source stream write() to our input length
	to write, compare to -1. We can't assume the the value the source
	stream will return will be what we expected, all we can do is
	check for error.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Same as below.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-basic.c: Fixes to signedness compile warnings
	and updated to reflect gmime-utils.h changes.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (multipart_set_boundary): Updated to
	reflect gmime-utils.h changes.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_writev): If any of the
	writes fail, return -1.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: header_encode_*() and header_decode_*() now
	take const char * rather than const unsigned char *
	arguments. This has been done in an effort to fix compile warnings
	about signed vs unsigned char * pointers. The 'save' argument to
	all of the stream encoders/decoders have been changed to a
	guint32, again for signed vs unsigned warning fixes.

2007-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.4

2007-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fix for bug #394433

	* configure.in: Detect if the system has GNU's getopt
	implementation available for us to use.

	* Makefile.am: Don't build our own copy of the GNU getopt library
	if the system has it available.

	* src/uuencode.c: If the system has getopt.h, use it instead of
	our own getopt.h.

	* src/uudecode.c: If the system has getopt.h, use it instead of
	our own getopt.h.

2007-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	More fixes on account of my test suite...

	* tests/test-cat.c (test_cat_substream): end = start + random
	amount... duh. Fixes a bug where sometimes the end bound was < the
	start bound.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_substream): Calculate the
	length of each of the source streams correctly. D'oh.
	(stream_substream): Fixed the calculation for s->start.
	(stream_substream): Fixed the s->end calculation for when end
	within the source stream's bounds.
	(stream_substream): Keep track of how long our substream is going
	to be for use with setting absolute bound_end on a multi-stream
	substream.

2007-02-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fixes on account of the awesome test suite I wrote earlier... still
	need to fix ::substream() tho (or maybe it's just the test that's
	broke?).

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c: Added an id member to struct
	_cat_node, for use with debugging...
	(stream_read): Seek in the source stream, don't call
	Cat::stream_seek() to do it.
	(stream_seek): Swapped the logic of the "within bounds" check, had
	it backwards. When seeking past a stream, set the node->position
	to the length of the stream (technically, it's like we read() thru
	all that data, right?). Instead of resetting all streams starting
	at n->next, reset them all starting at current->next... since 'n'
	technically might be before 'current'.
	(g_mime_stream_cat_add_source): Assign each node an id for easier
	debugging...

2007-02-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* tests/test-cat.c: The beginnings of a test suite for
	GMimeStreamCat.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Go to the next stream if
	nread <= 0, not just nread == 0.

2007-02-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_reset): No longer need to
	update stream->position.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (stream_reset): Same g_return_if_fail
	change. Also don't update stream->position.
	(stream_seek): Added similar sanity checking/eos resetting as
	StreamFs code.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_read): Style changes.
	(stream_write): Style changes.
	(stream_close): Fixed compiler warning.
	(stream_reset): Changed g_return_if_fail to a true if-then.
	(stream_seek): Changed to mimic the StreamFs changes.
	(g_mime_stream_file_new): Similar to fs_new() change.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_close): Loop the close()
	ourselves.
	(stream_reset): Changed g_return_if_fail to a true if-then. Also
	be better about resetting eos.
	(stream_seek): Rewritten to be more correct/robust (at least I
	hope). Also properly reset eos when appropriate.
	(g_mime_stream_fs_new): If lseek() fails, pretend start offset is
	0.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (stream_reset): No longer needs to update
	stream->position.
	(g_mime_stream_reset): Update stream->position if everything reset
	smoothly. This is just a convenience change to subclass
	implementations.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Rewritten. Hopefully
	correct now? Ugh. We can hope...
	(stream_write): Fixed to work better.
	(stream_close): Rewritten.
	(stream_reset): Rewritten to reset the streams, don't seek.
	(stream_seek): Rewritten... still not correct, but should be ok
	assuming our bound_start is 0.
	(stream_length): Rewritten to not depend on a pre-calculated
	length value... this Does Not Work (tm) if the source streams are
	unbound and we've written to them.
	(stream_substream): Rewritten... because ::seek() is so complex
	for this type of stream, I've tried to eliminate a lot of the
	headaches by making substreams only slurp up the streams within
	the bounds of the start/end requested. If the entire contents
	within the requested bounds are contained within a single source
	stream, we return a substream of said source stream instead.
	(g_mime_stream_cat_add_source): Don't precalculate the length here
	anymore.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_read): Fixed to never allow
	buflen to be negative if the read() of our source stream fails.
	(stream_close): Handle the case where we've already been closed.
	(stream_eos): Simplified.
	(stream_reset): Stylistic changes.
	(stream_seek): Don't allow seeks under our bound_start.

2007-02-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_flush): Flush all streams up to
	and including the current stream, not just the current stream.
	(stream_write): break if we don't write any data to
	current->stream or get an error so we can try the next stream.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_close): Same as below.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_close): Allow closing multiple
	times... makes this consistant with the other streams.
	(stream_write): If a system write fails with EFBIG or ENOSPC, set
	eos to TRUE.

2007-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	* tests/test-streams.c (test_stream_gets): printf formatter fixes.

	* examples/imap-example.c: #include <glib/gstdio.h>, fixes bug
	#394434.

2007-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@gnome.org>

	Fixes bug #394419

	* gmime/gmime-filter-charset.c (filter_filter): Do iconv const
	casting.
	(filter_complete): Same.

2006-11-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_format_date): Changed
	the names of the parameters to date and tz_offset to prevent
	warnings from -Wshadow.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (writeln): Fixed another possible
	buffer overflow condition pointed out by hpj.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-crlf.c (filter_filter): Fixed a possible
	buffer overflow condition pointed out by hpj.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_step): Modified to use
	poll() rather than select()

2006-09-18  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Use SOURCES_XML instead of XML_SOURCES to
	specify the sources.xml file.  XML_SOURCES breaks with newer
	automakes.

2006-08-29  Pawel Salek  <pawsa@theochem.kth.se>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c: set buf just before use - since
	the mem stream buffer may get reallocated in the meantime leading
	to segfaults.

2006-08-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_quoted_string): Unescape escape
	sequences. Fixes bug #352771.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_subject): Updated the
	docs.
	(g_mime_message_get_subject): Same.

2006-08-21  Peter Bloomfield  <peterbloomfield@bellsouth.net>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_unquote_string): handle an
	arbitrary sequence of quoted and unquoted sections.

2006-08-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.3

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (process_header): Decode the values for
	Subject, From, Reply-To so that g_mime_message_get_subject/etc all
	return decoded strings like they were meant to.

2006-06-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (swrite): Use g_build_filename() and
	g_get_tmp_dir() rather than hard-coding the tmpfile to be in /tmp.

2006-06-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_open): Use g_ascii_* versions
	of str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_new): Use
	g_mime_strcase_[hash,equal] rather than param_[hash,equal] to
	reuse code.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-enriched.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.

	* gmime/gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_disposition_add_parameter):
	Use g_mime_strcase_[hash,equal] rather than param_[hash,equal] to
	reuse code.
	(g_mime_disposition_new): Same.
	(param_equal): Removed.
	(param_hash): Removed.

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of
	str[n]casecmp.
	(g_mime_content_type_new_from_string): Use
	g_mime_strcase_[hash,equal] rather than param_[hash,equal] to
	reuse code.
	(g_mime_content_type_set_parameter): Same.
	(param_equal): Removed.
	(param_hash): Removed.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c: Use g_ascii_* versions of str[n]casecmp.

2006-06-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_seek): Fixed to only seek if
	necessary and also to use ::reset() if seeking back to the
	beginning of the stream so that it works for non-seekable streams
	too. Fixes bug #345503 - again thanks to Charles for reporting
	this bug.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (subtype_bucket_foreach): Fixed to also
	free the bucket memory. Fixes bug #345768, thanks to Charles Kerr
	for pointing this out.

2006-06-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: Removed #define _POSIX_SOURCE to fix
	bug #172179.

2006-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.2

2006-06-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (parse_broken_date): Fixed to handle
	MM-DD-YY properly and also to fallback to DD-MM-YY if the first
	pair of digits isn't within range for a proper month.

2006-05-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime.h.in: Removed.

	* gmime.h: Now static, no longer auto-generated.

	* gmime/gmime.c: Set the gmime_[major,minor,micro]_version
	variables.
	(g_mime_check_version): New function to check the required
	version.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c: Implement our own no-op version of
	fsync() for systems that don't have fsync().

2006-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* examples/imap-example.c (main): Use g_mkdir() to make this
	example portable to Win32.

2006-05-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Handle prompts
	from GnuPG asking for the user's PIN for their SmartCard.

2006-04-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream.h: #include <stdio.h> for SEEK_SET/CUR/END
	enum values.

2006-03-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.1

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step): No-op if we are in an ERROR
	state.
	(parser_construct_message): Don't bail if we don't start in state
	INIT, this is valid.
	(parser_step_from): We need to bail even if parser_fill() returns
	> 0 if the line is incomplete (e.g. a forced refill was needed but
	no additional data could be read).

2006-03-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Bumped version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.2.0, it's about time I made a
	stable release.

2006-03-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_from): If we fail to find a
	From line, set an error state. Also fixed the End-Of-Data check to
	prevent an infinite loop if the stream ends with \n\n.
	(parser_construct_message): Make sure our state starts off at
	INIT. Also check for the ERROR state in our parser_step() loop and
	return NULL if we encounter an error.

2006-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/url-scanner.c (g_url_web_end): Allow urls such as
	"http://www.novell.com./path" (note the '.' before the path
	component).
	(g_url_addrspec_start): If the '@' is the first character in the
	match, then it isn't a valid email address.

2006-01-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.19

2006-01-19  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/DataWrapper.custom: We need to manually create a decoding
	filtering stream and wrap that in a StreamWrapper rather than the
	DataWrapper's GMimeStream directly, which contains undecoded data.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Rename some enum members, add DataWrapper's
	GMimeStream property and MimePart's ContentObject properties as
	items which return an owned ref.

2006-01-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	** made a release of 2.1.18 **

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (g_mime_stream_mem_get_byte_array): Use
	g_return_val_if_fail() rather than g_return_if_fail() since we
	need to return NULL on error.

2006-01-09  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Message.custom: Add a References property.  Based on a
	patch from D Bera <dbera.web@gmail.com>

2006-01-05  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Require gtk-sharp 2.4.0.  Set the mono API version
	to <major>.<minor>.0.<interface>, which initially is set to
	2.1.0.0, so that version numbers are handled better with gmime
	upgrades (and hopefully RPM deps on most distros).  Bump version
	to 2.1.18.

	* README: Updated version

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.[ch]: Add a
	g_mime_stream_mem_get_byte_array() method for the mono bindings.

	* mono/DataWrapper.custom:
	* mono/Header.custom:
	* mono/Object.custom: Remove WriteToStream() and replace with a
	new Stream property which returns a wrapped gmime memory stream.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: A bunch of metadata fixes, mainly for
	64-bit compatibility.  gtk-sharp incorrectly maps off_t to size_t,
	which is an int; it's actually a long, so map it manually
	ourselves.

	* mono/ObjectStream.cs: Remove this; it's been replaced by
	StreamWrapper, which is much more memory efficient.

	* mono/Stream.custom: Seek() returns a long.  Remove the
	CopyToStream() and WriteToStream() methods, since streams can now
	just be wrapped with a StreamWrapper.  Implement the Read()
	method, and return a long.

	* mono/StreamWrapper.cs: Added.  Wraps a GMime.Stream in a
	System.IO.Stream.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Regenerated.

2005-11-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_references_next): Added for the C#
	bindings.

2005-10-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.17

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_get_header): For added
	convenience, if the requested header is a Content-* header and a
	top-level MIME part exists, query for the requested header on the
	top-level MIME part and return the value.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): If we weren't able
	to find the end of the header, save it to our tmp buff before
	refilling our input buffer and set midline to TRUE. No need to
	check inptr < inend later because we know it to be true.
	(parser_step_headers): Append the raw header leftovers in the
	parser_fill() failure case.

2005-09-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c
	(g_mime_message_partial_split_message): Reworked the splitting
	logic to try and split on whole-lines.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify):
	Return NULL if the number of parts is incorrect.

2005-09-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c (header_copy): Only set the value
	if the value is non-NULL. Thanks to Peter Bloomfield for this fix.

2005-08-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated version

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.16

2005-08-18  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Install gmime-api.xml into gapi-2.0

2005-08-17  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Require gtk-sharp 2 for the mono bindings.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Rename a few items that the gtk-sharp 2
	parser added.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Regengerate this using the gtk-sharp 2
	parser.

2005-08-16  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: libexecdir isn't right; we should be using
	$prefix/lib instead.

2005-07-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: libexecdir fixes by Stanislav

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Fixes to various functions that used
	incorrect g_return*_if_fail variants. Thanks to sbrabec@suse.cz

2005-06-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_decode_date): Handle
	the case where the number of tokens returned from datetok is 0
	which can happen if broken software sends an empty Date: header.

2005-06-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.15

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Don't check
	inptr[-1] unless inptr > start

2005-06-10  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Stream.custom (CopyToStream): Check to see if
	byte_array.data is IntPtr.Zero and don't try to copy if it is.

2005-06-10  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/DataWrapper.custom: Added.  Adds a WriteToStream() overload
	which takes a System.IO.Stream.

	* mono/Header.custom: Ditto.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Add DataWrapper.custom and Header.custom to
	customs.

	* mono/Object.custom: Remove the GetData() method... it was rather
	flawed.  WriteToStream() is the right way to go about it now.  Add
	a WriteToStream() overload like DataWrapper and Header.

	* mono/Stream.custom: Add an internal CopyToStream() method which
	instantiates a GMime.StreamMem, calls WriteToStream() on it, and
	then copies the data from the GByteArray into a System.IO.Stream.
	Also add a WriteToStream() overload like the others.

2005-05-25  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metdata: Add a few extra rules since the
	parser/generator changed how certain types are represented.

	* mono/InternetAddress.custom: Remove this file, move the code to...

	* mono/InternetAddressList.cs: ... this file, making it a
	first-order object.  Since it implements IDisposable and people
	might want to explicitly dispose it.

	* mono/Message.custom (GetRecipients): Return an
	InternetAddressList rather than an ICollection, so people can
	dispose when finished.  Also have it always return a valid
	InternetAddressList, so you don't have to do a null check before a
	foreach.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Remove InternetAddress.custom from customs and
	add InternetAddressList.cs to sources.

2005-05-25  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Add accessor functions
	internet_address_get_type(), internet_address_get_name(),
	internet_address_get_addr() and internet_address_get_members() for
	binding into the Mono bindings.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Work around an automatic rename of the
	gtk-sharp generator of a method named "GetType" to a property
	named "GType," since this method doesn't return a GType.  Rename
	it to "GetAddressType" which is mapped to an "AddressType"
	property.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Regenerated.

2005-05-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold): Eat up extraneous whitespace
	after forcing a fold.

2005-03-30  Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney@ndsu.edu>

	* tests/test-stream.c: include <glib.h>, so we can use G_GNUC_FUNCTION
	and therefore compile with non-gcc compilers.

2005-04-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Applied patch from
	mooney@dogbert.cc.ndsu.nodak.edu to not assume that mcs was GNU
	Mono and to instead verify that it was. Fixes bug #172175.

2005-03-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.14

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): If we didn't find
	EOL for a header, set state based on 'inptr' rather than
	'start'. Fixes a bug parsing headers that cross read boundaries
	(and where headers are longer than the internal read-ahead buffer
	size).

2005-03-23  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Require gtk-sharp >= 1.0.6 for important
	memory leak fixes

2005-03-15  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Build ObjectStream.cs

	* mono/ObjectStream.cs: Added.  Implements a .net Stream for
	getting the conents from a GMime.Object. 

2005-03-12  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Tag the return values of
	MessagePart.Message, Message.MimePart, Multipart.GetPart() and
	Multipart.GetSubpartFromContentId() as "owned", meaning that
	gtk-sharp should not ref them but take ownership of the single
	reference that's returned from the underlying C functions.

	* mono/Message.custom: Don't instantiate InternetAddress
	objects, just deal with the C APIs directly.  This saves us a
	lot of allocations and fixes a bug in gtk-sharp where opaque
	objects would leak references.

2005-03-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_prepend): New function to
	prepend a header to the list.

2005-03-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.13

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_step): Don't bother with
	MAX() for cases where we'll just end up setting level to 2.

2005-03-07  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Add the "owned" flag to the return
	value parameter for ConstructMessage on the GMimeParser,
	because this method returns a new object with a refcount
	of 1.  The binding needs to take ownership of the object.

2005-02-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.12

2005-01-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold): Don't break apart rfc2047
	encoded tokens.

2005-01-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.11

2005-01-26  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metdata: The gtk-sharp generator doesn't handle
	"const unsigned char *" well, so override those methods in
	metadata.

2005-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (param_list_format): If folding mode is
	enabled, terminate the header with a \n.

2005-01-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_init): Register a writer for
	Content-Disposition.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_init): Register a new writer
	func for Content-Type headers so that we don't accidently fold in
	the middle of a parameter value.

2005-01-13  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* autogen.sh: Allow automake 1.9

2005-01-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.10

2004-12-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_to_string): rfc2047
	encode the group name too.

2004-12-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_is_type): Fixed
	to do as advertised - allow wildcard matching for type.

2004-12-06  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/Makefile.am: Add InternetAddress.custom

	* mono/InternetAddress.custom: Added.  Implements a new class
	which will handle the destroying of InternetAddressLists.
	Implement ParseString, which basically implements a managed
	version of internet_address_parse_string.

	* mono/Message.custom: Use the InternetAddressList for
	GetRecipients ().

2004-12-01  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Error out if the user explicitly enables the mono
	bindings and we can't find mcs.

	* gmime.spec.in: Add support for the mono bindings, placing them
	in a separate gmime-sharp package.  Patch from Ryan Skadberg
	<skadz@stigmata.org>

2004-11-29  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/AssemblyInfo.cs.in: Add @srcdir@ to AssemblyKeyFile so we
	build when builddir != srcdir.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Add gmime-sharp.pub to EXTRA_DIST.

2004-11-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: #define _POSIX_SOURCE so it compiles
	on IRIX.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (multipart_signed_remove_header):
	Same.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(multipart_encrypted_remove_header): Don't return.

2004-11-19  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Don't autogenerate get GetDate method

	* mono/Message.custom: Implement it by hand and return a DateTime.

2004-11-17  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* mono/GMime.metadata: More metadata goodness.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Added Object.custom and Stream.custom.

	* mono/Object.custom: Add a GetData() method which returns a byte
	array of the object's data.

	* mono/Stream.custom: Add a wrapper around Seek() so that you
	don't need to specify whence.

2004-11-16  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Generate mono/gmime-sharp.pc.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Convert all ssize_t and off_t values to
	ints in C#, since they're not automatically handled by the
	generator right now.

	* mono/Makefile.am: Install the gmime-sharp stuff as gmime-sharp
	and not gmime.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.pc.in: Added.  pkgconfig file for the mono
	bindings.

2004-11-16  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* Makefile.am: iconv-detect.h should be in DISTCLEANFILES, not
	CLEANFILES, or else the build fails following a "make clean"
	unless you re-autogen.

	* gmime/internet-address.[ch]: Added functions
	internet_address_list_next() and
	internet_address_list_get_address() since we can't poke at the
	structures by hand in mono.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Remove a bunch of commented out stuff, hide
	the entire InternetAddressList structure.  We'd prefer to do it
	with .net datatypes.

	* mono/Message.custom: Added.  Adds a GetRecipients() method which
	returns an ICollection of InternetAddresses, and a
	GetRecipientsAsString() method which returns a stringified list
	for pretty printing.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Regenerate this for the new
	InternetAddress.GetAddress() and Next() methods.

2004-11-15  Joe Shaw  <joeshaw@novell.com>

	* Added a mono binding

	* configure.in: Add optional checks for mono and gtk-sharp.

	* Makefile.am: Build the mono subdir if enabled.

	* gmime/Makefile.am: Add $(GLIB_LIBS) to the libgmime LIBADD line.

	* gmime/*.h: Replace GMIME_CHECK macros with the G_TYPE_CHECK
	ones, because the gtk-sharp binding generator looks for them.

	* gmime/gmime-type-utils.h: Removed.

	* mono/AssemblyInfo.cs.in: Added.

	* mono/sources.xml: Added. The sources file, which tells the
	generator how to generate the API data.

	* mono/GMime.metadata: Added. Metadata file used to tweak the
	generated API.

	* mono/Global.custom: Added.  The g_mime_init() function isn't
	being wrapped automatically for some reason, so add the code here.

	* mono/gmime-api.raw: Added.  The raw generated API, so that the
	parser doesn't have to be run by most people.

	* mono/gmime-sharp.pub: Added. Public key used to sign the
	assembly.

2004-10-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Removed the --enable-ipv6 option. getaddrinfo is
	now the only way hostname resolution is done. Added checks to see
	if getaddrinfo requires -lsocket for Solaris boxen.

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.[c,h]: Removed

	* gmime/gmime.h.in: Removed gmime-host-utils.h

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): Use
	getaddrinfo to resolve hostnames, don't bother with the
	gethostbyname() variants. Makes this code simpler and allows us to
	get rid of gmime-host-utils.[c,h].

2004-10-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.9

2004-09-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Save the entire raw
	part header as well.
	(parser_init): Init the rawbuf (will be used for holding the raw
	part header).
	(parser_close): Free the rawbuf.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Set the raw header on the mime part.
	(parser_construct_multipart): Set the raw header on the multipart.
	(parser_construct_message): Don't use g_mime_message_set_mime_part
	or we'll end up clearing the raw header that we worked so hard to
	preserve.
	(parser_scan_message_part): Same.
	(parser_scan_multipart_face): Change comparison to >= so that we
	actually get rid of the last crlf sequence like we meant to.
	(parser_fill): Get rid of the atleast check (it isn't really
	needed and can cause breakage).

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (message_get_headers): Modified to only
	write part headers if the toplevel mime part contains the raw
	header.
	(message_write_to_stream): Same.
	(g_mime_message_set_mime_part): Clear the raw message headers
	since it obviously won't contain the raw message headers.
	(message_add_header): If any message headers change, clear the raw
	header from the toplebel mime part.
	(message_set_header): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_set_raw): New function to
	set the raw part header (to be used in place of our own folding if
	available).
	(g_mime_header_has_raw): New function to check if the raw header
	is available.

2004-09-28  Peter Bloomfield  <PeterBloomfield@bellsouth.net>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (sign_prepare): Must treat
	multipart/signed and multipart/encrypetd parts as opaque
	(e.g. don't even attempt to change their encodings).

2004-09-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_addrspec): New folding callback to
	use on addrspec headers.
	(g_mime_message_init): Register write_addrspec for all address
	headers.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold): Fixed the logic a bit for
	structured headers such that we don't break long tokens.

2004-08-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 2.1.8

	* gmime/gmime.h.in: #include <gmime/gmime-session-simple.h> for
	ia64 build fix on Debian (required because of the way gtk-doc's
	scan program works).

	* gmime/gmime-filter-enriched.c (enriched_to_html): Don't replace
	<nofill> with <pre>. Also, replace lone '\n's with a space as
	suggested by rfc1896.

2004-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Don't set encrypted.asc as
	the filename anymore.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Added a hack for Balsa so it can support S/MIME. Also don't set
	the filename to signature.asc. Balsa maintainers don't want this
	*shrug*.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Same. These changes really
	require a design change to CipherContext but that'll have to wait.

2004-08-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Changed the iconv-detect logic to not error-out on
	fail. The code can properly handle the case where iconv-detect.h
	doesn't exist, so let it do that instead.

2004-07-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): Don't use
	g_unichar_isspace() here, we only want to break 'words' on ascii
	lwsp.

2004-07-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_init): Make intialisation ref-counted.
	(g_mime_shutdown): Updated.

2004-07-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): Break
	apart long words so that they we don't generate encoded-word
	tokens that are >75 chars. Fixes bug #145497.

2004-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 2.1.7

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_leaf_part): Removed code
	to check that the content_type argument is NULL - it can never be
	NULL.
	(parser_scan_multipart_face): Fixed a possible buffer-overrun.

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (process_header): Modified to call
	g_mime_object_set_content_type() if we got called with a
	Content-Type header. This way all the ::set_content_type()
	subclass methods get a chance to update the object's state.
	(process_header): Return TRUE if we've "processed" the value or
	FALSE otherwise.
	(add_header): Only add the header if process_header() didn't do
	anything with the header.
	(set_header): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_sender): Parse the
	sender string so we can properly encode it before setting it as
	the From header.

2004-06-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Updated to handle
	crlf sequences.
	(parser_scan_mime_part_content): Same.
	(crlf2lf): New function to convert CRLF to LF.
	(parser_scan_multipart_face): Convert the pre/postface into lf
	format.

2004-06-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* util/url-scanner.c (g_url_web_end): Some fixes that I had to do
	recently for Camel as well.

2004-06-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@novell.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_leaf_part): Only destroy
	the existing content_type on the object if it is non-NULL.
	(parser_construct_multipart): Same.

2004-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Added --enable-profile option and removed
	--enable-gprof. --enable-profile enables gprof and gcov.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: #include <stdlib.h> for strtoul()
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Got rid of an unused variable.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (rfc2184_param_new): Got rid of an unused
	variable.
	(rfc2184_decode): Got rid of an unused variable.

	* util/gtrie.c (trie_utf8_getc): Get rid of the unused labels.

2004-06-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_write): Set flushed to
	FALSE.
	(stream_read): Set flushed to FALSE if we end up filtering more
	data.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Record the
	nodata state.
	(gpg_verify): Check the nodata state.

2004-06-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.6

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_multipart): Instead of
	using g_mime_object_set_content_type(), destroy the current
	content_type object and set our own on it directly. This prevents
	the raw Content-Type header value from being overridden by the
	re-written version from our parsed object.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (mime_part_write_to_stream): Don't sync the
	GMimeDisposition object to the header here anymore. We want to try
	and keep the original raw header if this is a parsed message.

2004-06-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (sync_content_disposition): Moved. Also
	protect against a NULL disposition.
	(mime_part_write_to_stream): Sync the Content-Disposition header
	before writing to the stream.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (header_fold): Fixed a folding bug where we
	could get a blank line (well, wasn't really blank - but we would
	get a "\n\t\n" sequence which isn't really useful nor desirable).

	* gmime/gen-table.c: Added a new bit and corresponding macro.

	* gmime/gmime-table-private.h: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (encode_param): If conversion into the best
	charset fails, fall back to using UTF-8. Also use the new
	convenience macro, is_attrchar(), to decide which characters in
	the param value to encode.
	(param_list_format): Use is_attrchar() for calculating how many
	characters we expect to either have to quote or encode.
	(decode_param_list): Rewritten.

2004-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_set_stream):
	Updated gtk-doc comments to note that you'll probably also want to
	call g_mime_data_wrapper_set_encoding().

2004-05-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_subject): New function. Use
	unstructured folding rather than the default.
	(g_mime_message_init): Register the subject header writer.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_structured_header_fold): New
	function (same as g_mime_utils_header_fold() but more
	appropriately named).
	(g_mime_utils_unstructured_header_fold): Fold unstructured headers
	like Subject.
	(header_fold): Moved all of the g_mime_utils_header_fold() logic
	into here with a small adjustment to differentiate structured vs
	unstructured header folding.

2004-05-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (param_list_format): Modified to try and
	squeeze more characters per line and still keep it under 76 chars
	per line.

2004-05-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-gzip.c (g_mime_filter_gzip_finalize): Call
	inflateEnd/deflateEnd to fix a memory leak.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_offset): If priv->offset == -1,
	don't bother doing any pointer arithmetic as it will result in a
	value that will break certain code (eg. the boundary matching
	code).

2004-05-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_new): Remember if our
	environment is in UTF-8 or not.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Only convert the user name from the locale
	charset to UTF-8 if the env isn't UTF-8.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Convert the password to the locale charset
	if the locale isn't UTF-8.

2004-05-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.5

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify):
	Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.h: Added a new GMimeSignatureValidity
	which replaces the now deprecated GMimeCipherValidity. Typedef
	GMimeCipherValidity to GMimeSignatureValidity and wrap deprecated
	functions with #ifndef GMIME_DISABLE_DEPRECATED.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_signature_validity_new):
	New function.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_free): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_get_status): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_set_status): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_get_details): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_set_details): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_get_signers): New.
	(g_mime_signature_validity_add_signer): New.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_new): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_init): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_get_valid): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_set_valid): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_get_description): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_set_description): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_clear): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_cipher_validity_free): Deprecated.
	(g_mime_signer_new): New function
	(g_mime_signer_free): New function.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Save more
	state.
	(gpg_verify): Updated to fill out the new GMimeSignatureValidity
	structure with more details.

2004-05-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.h: Wrap inclusion of netdb.h with G_OS_WIN32

	* util/memchunk.c (memchunk_alloc): Fixed another cast warning on
	win32.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_mime_part): New
	function.
	(g_mime_message_get_body): Fixed a bug where is_html could get set
	to TRUE even if the part wasn't html.

2004-05-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* util/memchunk.c (memchunk_alloc): Add parens to fix casting
	warning on win32.

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_received): Rewritten.

2004-05-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-gzip.c: New filter for compressing/inflating
	gzip streams.

2004-05-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_received): Be careful to never
	append bytes beyond the end of the header value (eg the nul byte).

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_fold): Don't allow
	folded headers to end with \n\n.

2004-04-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Reset the stream before
	trying to parse it.

2004-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_fold): Rather than
	always using a tab character when folding, use the lwsp character
	that we are wrapping at instead.

2004-04-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_init): Initialise
	respect_content_length.

2004-04-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.4

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content): Disable debug
	warning.

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c: Disable warnings.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_msgid): Try to always return a
	string buffer containing whatever we can get from the msg-id, even
	if it isn't a valid msg-id token.

2004-04-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c
	(g_mime_content_type_new_from_string): Chew up lwsp between the
	end of the subtype and the ';' token, if there is any.

2004-04-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Save both the
	TRUST_UNDEFINED trust state as well as the whether or not we get a
	NO_PUBKEY status message.

2004-04-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_read): Check that we haven't
	already flushed the stream if the source stream is at EOS - fixes
	an infinite loop case if the user doesn't use a loop to check
	eos() each loop.

2004-04-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_write): This should be writing
	data, not reading it from the underlying streams. Oops.

2004-03-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (charset_best_mask): Don't use the charset
	if it is lang specific and the lang doesn't match the
	locale. Fixes bug #138218.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (mktime_utc): New function to mktime() into
	UTC.
	(parse_rfc822_date): Use mktime_utc() instead of doing it
	ourselves.
	(parse_broken_date): Same.

2004-03-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_write): Fixed a bug when
	writing across block boundaries.

2004-03-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_verify): Allow the
	sigstream to be NULL (it is optional afterall).

	Thanks to Peter Bloomfield for reminding me about
	g_ascii_strdown() and g_ascii_strup() and for providing the
	original patch.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (locale_parse_lang): Don't use
	g_ascii_strdown() and g_ascii_strup() as these functions strdup
	the result rather than working on the input string.
	(g_mime_charset_map_init): Instead of strdup()ing the charset name
	and then using g_ascii_strdown(), just use g_ascii_strdown() since
	it malloc's. Also, even if we have nl_langinfo(), we want to parse
	LC_ALL to get the locale lang.

2004-03-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.3

2004-02-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_write): Shrink buflen down
	by the number of bytes flushed or we'll loop forever writing the
	same block over and over.

	* gmime/gmime-strea.[c,h]: Make stream_write() take a const char
	*buf argument instead of char *buf.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-*.c (stream_write): constify the buf
	argument.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-null.c (stream_write): Count newlines as
	well.

2004-02-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* util/*.[c,h]: Moved here from gmime/

	* gmime/*.h: Fixed #includes

	* gmime/cache.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/gtrie.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/list.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/md5-utils.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/memchunk.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/url-scanner.[c,h]: Moved to util/

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Don't use gobject macro casts.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-md5.c: Move the MD5Context into a private
	structure so that we don't need to install md5-utils.h

2004-02-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode): Return a duplicate of the
	input string if there are no 'words'.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_to_string): Make sure
	ia->name is not an empty string.

2004-02-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_multipart): Pop our end
	boundary before scanning postface text data. Prevents a hang if a
	multipart brokenly has 2 end boundaries.

2004-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/*.c: Use g_object_ref/unref instead of the
	g_mime_object_ref/unref and g_mime_stream_ref/unref.

2004-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode): Changed to take a safemask
	arg instead of a gboolean phrase arg since we never used 'phrase'
	directly.
	(g_mime_utils_header_encode_phrase): Pass IS_PSAFE as second
	argument.
	(g_mime_utils_header_encode_text): Pass IS_ESAFE as second
	argument.

2004-02-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.2

	* examples/README: New README explaining the purpose of each of
	the example sources.

2004-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_message): If we've been
	told to respect the Content-Length header, then parse the length
	value and calculate the offset of the beginning of the next
	message.
	(g_mime_parser_get_respect_content_length): New function to get
	whether we've been told to respect the Content-Length header.
	(g_mime_parser_set_respect_content_length): New function to set
	this option.
	(parser_offset): Now takes a private struct pointer rather than
	the parser object since it didn't really need it. Also makes it
	usable from check_boundary().
	(g_mime_parser_tell): Updated.
	(check_boundary): Only scan for end-boundaries if we've reached
	the projected end-of-content offset as calculated using the
	Content-Length header.

2004-02-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Generate examples/Makefile

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id):
	Simplified and updated for g_gethostbyname_r() API changes.

	* gmime/gmime-error.h: Changed the #define of GMIME_ERROR_QUARK to
	just be the GQuark variable. Also added GMIME_ERROR_IS_SYSTEM() to
	decide if an error is a system error (aka errno) or a GMime error.

	* gmime/gmime.c: Make gmime_error_quark an actual variable and
	initialise it here.

2004-02-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.c (g_gethostbyname_r): Replace the herr
	argument with a GError to make the interface a bit nicer to use.
	(g_gethostbyaddr_r): Same.

	* gmime/url-scanner.c: Added single/double quotes to url_braces[]
	in case the user is quoting the url.
	(g_url_web_end): Add "-;:" to list of punctuation to strip off the
	end of urls. Also fixed to handle user@domain's
	(g_url_addrspec_start): Strip open brace characters from the
	beginning of the addr.
	(g_url_web_start): Make sure "www" wasn't part of something not a
	url (like "Ewww.Gross") by check that pos[-1] is either an open
	brace or whitespace.
	(g_url_addrspec_end): Don't allow toplevel domain addr-specs
	(if we encounter something that looks like it is a toplevel domain
	addr, it is more likely to be bogus than correct).

2004-02-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-buffer.c (g_mime_stream_buffer_gets): Strip
	off \r too if the stream is in the canonical form.

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_shutdown): Oops, call
	g_mime_charset_map_shutdown(), not g_mime_charset_shutdown().

2004-01-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime.c (g_mime_shutdown): New public function to shutdown
	GMime. Fixes a segfault in applications that dynamically
	load/unload GMime during execution.

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_init): Don't register an
	atexit handler.
	(g_mime_iconv_shutdown): Make public.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_map_init): Don't set a
	g_atexit handler for the shutdown routine.
	(g_mime_charset_map_shutdown): Make public.

2004-01-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-param.c: Disable debugging and conditionally disable
	warnings.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c: Disable debugging.

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c: Disable debugging.

	* gmime/internet-address.c: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c: Conditionally disable warnings.

2004-01-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.c (g_gethostbyaddr_r): Fixed some compile
	problems in the IPv6 implementation.

2003-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (g_mime_stream_mmap_new): Don't add
	getpagesize() to the file length.
	(g_mime_stream_mmap_new_with_bounds): Same.

2003-12-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Don't immediately
	prompt for a passwd after receiving the NEED_PASSPHRASE status
	message. Instead, parse the userid that gpg needs a passwd for and
	store it on our context. Wait for a GET_HIDDEN status message
	before prompting, this way if the user has their gpg configured to
	use gpg-agent, the user won't get 2 passwd prompts.

2003-12-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): If scanning for eoln
	results in finding inend, request a refill and try again (changed
	from inptr + 1 >= inend).

2003-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_domain): Make sure domain->len
	> 0 before checking domain->str[domain->len - 1].

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_start): Properly set the
	O_NONBLOCK flag on each of the pipes (ie. we need to get the
	current flags first and then add the O_NONBLOCK flag rather than
	just setting the O_NONBLOCK flag by itself).

2003-12-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Updated.

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.1

2003-12-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_start): Modified the code
	that closes the child's fds to use fcntl and also to start at fd =
	3 so as to get rid of the need to check for stdin/out/err.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-from.c (filter_filter): Fixed to malloc the
	correct buffer length.

2003-10-28  Pawel Salek  <pawsa@theochem.kth.se>

	* gmime.h.in: Use macros rather than the global variables to
	prevent compiler warnings.

	* gmime-error.h: Removed the trailing comma after the last enum
	value to fix ANSI compile warnings.

	* gmime-filter-basic.h: Same.

	* gmime-filter-best.h: Here too.

	* gmime-filter-crlf.h: And here.

	* gmime-filter-from.h: Same.

	* gmime-filter-yenc.h: Again here.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.h: And here.

	* gmime-multipart-signed.h: Here too.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.h: Same.

	* gmime-stream.h: And finally here.

2003-10-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Added a check for altzone.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (parse_broken_date, parse_rfc822_date):
	Account for altzone if the system libc defines it.

2003-09-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.c (g_gethostbyaddr_r): IPv6
	implementation rewritten to use getnameinfo() which is the proper
	function to use in this case.

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_list_length): Changed
	to take a const argument.
	(internet_address_to_string): Now takes a const InternetAddress.
	(internet_address_list_to_string): Now takes a const
	InternetAddressList.

2003-09-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_read): If len == 0, return 0.
	(g_mime_stream_write): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_push_boundary): Fix the
	boundarylenfinal calculation. Thanks to Bart Visscher for catching
	this mistake.

2003-08-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/md5-utils.c (md5_get_digest_from_file): Open in binary
	mode, fixes a bug when built on Win32 systems.

2003-08-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Bumped to version 2.1.0

	* configure.in: Bumped to version 2.1.0

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_name): Added back this
	symbol in order to avoid breaking ABI.
	(g_mime_charset_locale_name): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): Slight
	fix for growing the buffer used by g_gethostbyname_r().

2003-08-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime.h.in: Added new headers.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): Use the
	re-entrant g_gethostbyname_r() function rather than
	gethostbyname() so that we are threadsafe.

	* gmime/gmime-host-utils.[c,h]: New source files containing
	gethostbyname_r() and gethostbyaddr_r() implementations.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-windows.[c,h]: New source files implementing
	a windows charset detection filter.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_iso_to_windows): New
	function to return the windows-cp125# equivalent charset for
	iso-8859-# charsets.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_push_boundary): Soptimise a bit :-)
	(parser_push_boundary): 

2003-08-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_foreach): Simplified.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Same here.
	(stream_write): And finally here.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (stream_read): Same.
	(stream_write): And again...

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_read): Here too.
	(stream_write): And here.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.c (stream_read): Same as the mem stream.
	(stream_write): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_read): Need to fix the MIN
	expresion so that both args are signed, otherwise 'len' will be
	the min if the 'bytes-left' calculation is negative.
	(stream_write): Same.

2003-07-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_recipients): Return
	const.

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c (g_mime_message_part_get_message):
	Ref the content message before returning it.

2003-07-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_foreach): Don't
	descend recursively... make the user descend into sub-multiparts
	him/herself. This makes more sense since the callback will be
	called on the multipart too...
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Make checking if
	the subpart is a multipart more efficient by using
	GMIME_IS_MULTIPART macro.

2003-07-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_canon_name): Updated to
	return canonical charset names for windows-cp125x charsets.

2003-06-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Added a section for links to language bindings starting
	with the Perl MIME::Fast modules.

	* docs/reference/question_index.sgml: Updated docs about the Perl
	bindings.

	* docs/tutorial/gmime-tut.sgml: Updated slightly.

2003-06-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_get_persist_stream): New
	function to get whether or not the parser will attempt to keep the
	content on disk when it constructs messages.
	(g_mime_parser_set_persist_stream): New function to set whether or
	not the above should be done.
	(parser_scan_mime_part_content): Only load content if persist and
	seekable are both TRUE.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-fs.c (g_mime_stream_fs_get_owner): Same idea.
	(g_mime_stream_fs_set_owner): And here.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-file.c (g_mime_stream_file_get_owner): New
	function, just like StreamMem.
	(g_mime_stream_file_set_owner): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mem.c (g_mime_stream_mem_set_owner): New
	function to set whether or not the memory stream should free the
	backend memory buffer when finalized.
	(g_mime_stream_mem_get_owner): New function to get the above
	attribute.

2003-06-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gtrie.c (g_trie_free): Free the fail_states array.

2003-05-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-common.c (g_mime_strcase_hash): Oops, fixed a bug.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_verify):
	Do not strip trailing whitespace when verifying, this should allow
	us to verify both rfc2015 and rfc3156 signed messages (as well as
	this being the correct way of doing it anyway).

2003-05-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-common.[c,h]: New source files implementing some
	common routines scattered throughout the gmime sources (currently
	a strcase_hash and strcase_equal implementation).

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (type_registry_init): Use the new
	g_mime_strcase_[hash,equal] functions from gmime-common.h.
	(g_mime_object_register_type): Here too.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-enriched.c
	(g_mime_filter_enriched_class_init): Use the new
	g_mime_strcase_[hash,equal] functions from gmime-common.h.

2003-05-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_construct_multipart): Fixed to
	properly handle multiparts which do not end with their own
	end-boundary. See bug #113527 for details.

2003-05-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check for sys/param.h

	* gmime/gmime-stream-mmap.h: Removed sys/mman.h and unistd.h from
	the #includes. These are needed in the ehader and will break the
	build on win32.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: Only #include sys/param.h if the system has
	it. Also added unistd.h and sys/types.h as they should have been
	there for pid_t.

2003-05-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (handle_multipart_mixed): Don't look at
	the subtype of the first_type unless we have already defined
	first_type. Fixes a crash.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Don't return a
	const GMimeObject, ref it to be consistant with the rest of the
	API.

	* gmime/gmime-message-partial.c
	(g_mime_message_partial_split_message): Fixed an optimisation gone
	bad. Thanks to Piotr Klaban for reporting this.

2003-05-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* tests/test-mbox.c: Fixed a memory leak.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Same as below.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: Fixed the prototype for
	write_to_stream().

2003-05-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* docs/reference/streams.sgml: Updated for correctness.

	* docs/reference/data-wrappers.sgml: Pretty much re-written to
	better explain GMimeDataWrapper.

	* gmime/gmime-session-simple.[c,h]: New simple instantiable class
	implementing the GMimeSession interfaces.

2003-04-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* tests/test-mime.c: Fixed some compile warnings.

	* src/uudecode.c: Fixed some compile warnings.

	* src/uuencode.c: Fixed some compile warnings.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Initialise 'start'.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.c: #include <string.h>

	* gmime/gmime-message-part.c: #include <string.h>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-enriched.c: #include <stdlib.h> for strtoul.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (strdown): New function to lowercasify a
	string inline (rather than being lame and strdup'ing the bloody
	string like g_ascii_strdown does).

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c: Turn off cache debugging.

2003-04-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_new): Initialise seen_eof1 to
	TRUE.
	(gpg_ctx_set_ostream): Set seen_eof1 to FALSE here, this way we
	only ever check for EOF for gpg's stdout if we care about the data
	received from it.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Remove the hack that set seen_eof1 to TRUE
	when we received a TRUST status from gpg when verifying a
	signature. Same for when importing signatures.
	(gpg_ctx_op_step): Only FD_SET() fd's that we have not finished
	reading from.
	(gpg_ctx_op_exited): #if 0'd for now since we aren't using it
	anymore. Keeping it around for historical reasons and in case we
	find we really do need it back.

2003-04-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check for netdb.h, gethostname and gethostbyname.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): Guard
	against systems without netdb.h, gethostname() and/or
	gethostbyname(). Seems MingW does not have these things.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_diagnostics): Flush the
	diagnostics stream and append a nul-byte. This allows us to return
	a const char * which will allow us to avoid strdup/free later.
	(gpg_ctx_free): Unref the diagnostics stream.
	(gpg_ctx_new): Get the locale charset and setup a charset filter
	for the diagnostics stream (use a stream instead of a GByteArray
	like we did before so we can do charset conversion more easily).
	(gpg_ctx_op_step): Use g_mime_stream_write() to append data to the
	diagnostics buffer instead of g_byte_array_append() - this way we
	get some charset filtering action. When reporting errors, use
	gpg_ctx_get_diagnostics(). Also make the errors reported to the
	user a little nicer.
	(gpg_sign): Diagnostics is now const, so don't free the result.
	(gpg_verify): Same. But also don't exit the main loop when gpg
	exits - there could still be data in the pipes left to read.
	(gpg_encrypt): Same as gpg_sign().
	(gpg_decrypt): Same here.
	(gpg_import_keys): Here too.
	(gpg_export_keys): And here.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): Convert the userid hint to UTF-8.

2003-03-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/*.c: s/g_str[n]casecmp/str[n]casecmp/g

	* configure.in: Change the check for mmap so that we know we not
	only have mmap defined, but also that it "works". Also added
	checks for strcasecmp and strncasecmp and define them to the glib
	versions if appropriate (g_ascii_str[n]casecmp since
	g_str[n]casecmp is apparently deprecated *sigh*). Doing this
	because I don't want to type g_ascii_str[n]casecmp. Call me a lazy
	bastard, but this is rediculous.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-enriched.[c,h]: New source files that can be
	used to convert text/enriched and text/rtf to text/html.

2003-03-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* PORTING: Began writing a porting guide for developers porting
	their applications from GMime 2.0 to GMime 2.2.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode_phrase):
	Re-added for binary compatability. At least for now?
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_encode): Same.
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_decode): Here too.

2003-03-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/internet-address.c (internet_address_new_name): Use
	header_decode_phrase().
	(internet_address_new_group): Same.
	(internet_address_set_name): Again here.
	(encoded_name): Always use encode_phrase() here if rfc2047_encode
	is TRUE, even if the raw name contains no 8bit characters. It
	*should* do the Right Thing (tm) now.

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (decode_param): Use
	g_mime_utils_header_decode_text().

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_subject): Use
	g_mime_utils_header_encode_text().

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_encode_phrase):
	Renamed. Also rewritten to do the Right Thing (ie. Group 'word's
	by type and so forth).
	(g_mime_utils_header_encode_text): Renamed from
	8bit_header_encode() to make it clear that this function is meant
	to encode 'text' fields (see rfc822 for the definition of 'text'
	and for which headers have text values). Does the same basic
	thing, but now shares a lot of code with encode_phrase().
	(rfc2047_encode_get_rfc822_words): Renamed from
	rfc2047_encode_phrase_get_words() - also now handles WORD_QSTRING
	and takes an arg to determine whether or not to allow for QSTRING
	words.
	(g_mime_utils_text_is_8bit): Don't go past '\0' if we encounter
	one before inend. Should allow our caller to cheat and pass in -1
	instead of strlen()ing the string if the string is nul-terminated.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_text): Renamed from
	8bit_header_decode(). Also made a lot less strict.
	(g_mime_utils_header_decode_phrase): Basically the same as
	decode_text() but with the same strictness of previous versions.

2003-03-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_subject): Encode the
	subject before setting it in the raw header list.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_add): Don't try to encode
	the header here. This is not our responsibility.
	(g_mime_header_set): Same.

2003-03-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_word): Add 1 to enclen so as
	to protect against buffer overruns.
	(rfc2047_encode_phrase_get_words): if c > 127 && c < 256, then set
	encoding to MAX (encoding, 1), not 2.

2003-03-11  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime/md5-utils.c (md5_get_digest_from_file): fix
	dangling file pointer.

2003-03-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/url-scanner.c (g_url_addrspec_end): Make sure inptr != pos
	+ 1, if it does, then return FALSE.
	
2003-03-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check that the compiler supports the inline
	optimisation keyword (or variant) and #define it to 'inline'.

	* gmime/gtrie.c (trie_utf8_getc): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (html_utf8_getc): Use the inline macro.

2003-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-charset.c (filter_filter): Use outbuf -
	filter->outbuf to calculate how much data we've written - simpler
	and less likely to be wrong.
	(filter_complete): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c: Modified to use the new cache
	implementation in cache.c

	* gmime/cache.[c,h]: New source files implementing an LRU cache.

	* gmime/list.[c,h]: New source files containing a really nice/fast
	linked-list implementation.

2003-03-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c (iconv_cache_bucket_new): If the current
	list of cache buckets is non-NULL, set list->prev to the new
	bucket being prepended.
	(g_mime_iconv_open): Only expire unused if the cache size is
	greater than the max allowable size.

2003-02-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_read): Set priv->flushed to
	TRUE if we call g_mime_filter_complete() on our filters.
	(stream_eos): It's not actually the end of the stream until we've
	flushed the filters. This fixes some possible truncation when
	reading from a filtered stream.

2003-02-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Bumped version to 2.1.0

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.1.0

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_decode_word): Use
	g_mime_locale_charset().

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (rfc2184_decode): Use
	g_mime_locale_charset().

	* gmime/gmime-iconv-utils.c (iconv_utils_init): Same as
	below. Also use g_mime_locale_charset() rather than
	g_mime_charset_locale_name().

	* gmime/gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_open): Use
	g_mime_charset_iconv_name() instead of the older deprecated
	g_mime_charset_name() function.

	* gmime/gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_map_init): Initialize the
	locale_lang.
	(g_mime_charset_iconv_name): Renamed from g_mime_charset_name()
	(g_mime_charset_canon_name): New function which does almost the
	same thing as g_mime_charset_iconv_name() except that it will
	always return the canonical forms of the iso-8859 charsets.
	(g_mime_locale_charset): Renamed from g_mime_charset_locale_name()
	(g_mime_locale_language): New function to return the user's locale
	language.
	(g_mime_charset_language): New function to map charsets to their
	language code (meant for CJKR).

2003-02-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* README: Bumped version to 2.0.2

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 2.0.2

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Stop looping if/when
	we find EOS in all cases. Also handle the case where an
	[end-]boundary ends an an EOS rather than a new-line.

2003-02-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/url-scanner.c (g_url_file_end): If the file:// url is
	preceded with some sort of brace, when scanning for the end of the
	url - take this into consideration.
	(g_url_web_end): Same.

2003-02-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c: #include <sys/time.h>

2003-02-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/url-scanner.c: Fixed the table to treat >=127 as a CTRL
	character.

	* gmime/gtrie.c (trie_utf8_getc): When we encounter an invalid
	UTF-8 sequence, update in to point to in+1 and return 0xffff.
	(g_trie_add): Handle invalid UTF-8 sequences (ie, c == 0xffff).
	(g_trie_search): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (html_utf8_getc): Shortcut if inptr ==
	inend by returning 0 and treating it as if we found the
	terminating nul-char.

2003-02-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 2.0.1

	* docs/*: A completely new set of documentation.

2003-02-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c (multipart_remove_part): When the part
	being removed is not the first part in the list, make sure to set
	node->prev->next = node->next -- oops :-)
	(multipart_remove_part_at): Same.

2003-01-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 2.0.0

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (writeln): Read the stream as UTF-8
	rather than 8bit so that we can properly write out unicode
	entities.

2002-12-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Build fixes for G_DISABLE_DEPRECATED

	* gmime/gmime-param.c (encode_param): Replace calls to
	g_string_sprintfa() with g_string_append_printf() since the former
	is marked as being deprecated.
	(param_list_format): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_word): Here too.

2002-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 1.90.8

	* doc/gmime-doc.sgml: Added a section for GMimeFilterMd5.

	* doc/gmime-sections.txt: Added a section on GMimeFilterMd5.

	* tests/test-parser.c (print_mime_struct): Validate Content-Md5
	headers.

	* gmime/gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_md5): Rewritten to
	use the md5 filter and also to do things the right way by
	converting textual parts to their canonical CRLF form.
	(g_mime_part_verify_content_md5): Same.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-md5.[c,h]: New filter to compute the md5
	digest of a stream passed through it.

2002-12-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_get_body): Reworked the
	logic a bit to properly handle multipart/alternative.

2002-12-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 1.90.7

2002-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/url-scanner.c: Use our own masking table since we need it
	atoms to be slightly different. There's a few more chars we want
	to restrict. Also has the benefit of being easier to split out if
	someone else wants to use it.
	(g_url_addrspec_end): Fixed to not be fooled in the case where the
	address is followed immediately by a period.
	(g_url_web_end): Made more robust.
	(g_url_scanner_scan): Oops. We need to set the match->pattern
	string pointer to the correct pattern before executing the
	start/end methods (as some of them rely on this info).

2002-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/url-scanner.c: Don't need a hash table anymore.
	(g_url_scanner_add): When adding a pattern to the trie, use the
	array index as the pattern_id argument.
	(g_url_scanner_scan): Use the matched_id set by g_trie_search() to
	lookup the urlpattern_t instead of using a hash table.

	* gmime/gtrie.c (g_trie_add): Now takes a pattern_id argument so
	that we can avoid the use of GQuarks and thus save on unecessary
	memory usage.
	(g_trie_search): Instead of giving our caller back the pattern
	string pointer, give him back the pattern id.

2002-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gtrie.c (g_trie_matches): Removed.
	(g_trie_search): Fixed the FIXME.

2002-12-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c: Modified to use url-scanner.c instead
	of using glibc's regex routines. This has improved performance by
	~16.5x not to mention that it is also more accurate than the regex
	patterns had been (the url scanner can be setup to be much
	stricter in the matching).

	* gmime/url-scanner.c: New source file implementing a simple
	expression scanner meant (currently designed for url matching)
	which uses gtrie.

	* gmime/gtrie.c: New source file implementing Aho-Corasick's Trie
	graph algorithm.

2002-12-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Fix for bug #91536

	* gmime/gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_register_type): Use a struct
	to hold the object_type for the subtype hash. 64 archs use 32bit
	ints and so using GINT_TO_POINTER() and GPOINTER_TO_INT() doesn't
	work.
	(g_mime_object_new_type): Get the object_type from the subtype
	bucket.

2002-12-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_writev): Pointer arithmetic
	fixes.

	* gmime/memchunk.c (memchunk_alloc): Pointer arithmetic fixes.

2002-12-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (datetok): Modified to properly handle when
	the first char of a token is a special char (such as a '-') that
	is also used as a token delimiter.

2002-12-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (g_mime_filter_html_init): match
	REG_ICASE so we don't cut off at the first capital letter, duh.

2002-12-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c: #define _GNU_SOURCE for isblank on GNU
	systems.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_wait): Fixed the errno
	saving.

2002-11-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_received): After skipping the
	special received token and it's value, skip any following comments
	as well.
	(skip_addrspec): Skip past the '.' and '@' chars before decoding
	the next word or domain respectively.

2002-11-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-message.c (write_received): New function to nicely
	format Received headers.
	(write_msgid): New writer function that doesn't fold the msg-id no
	matter now long it is.
	(g_mime_message_init): Override the writer functions for Received
	and Message-Id headers. Should we also override the writer
	function for Path headers to not wrap?

	* gmime/internet-address.c (decode_addrspec): Get rid of an extra
	call to decode_lwsp that wasn't needed.

	* gmime/gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_register_writer): Renamed.

2002-11-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Make sure to include -liconv on systems that need it.

2002-11-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check for gethostbyname in -lnsl and also bump the
	version to 1.90.6.

	* src/getopt*.[c,h]: Added for portability to non-GNU systems.

	* gmime/gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_init): Initialize scan_from
	and have_regex here instead of in parser_init() since we don't
	want these flags to be reset when a new stream gets set.
	(g_mime_parser_new_with_stream): New convenience function.

2002-11-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-utils.c (decode_msgid): Eat the '<' before
	continuing to parse the addr-spec.

2002-11-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-content-type.c
	(g_mime_content_type_new_from_string): #include
	"gmime-table-private.h" and use is_ttoken() to correctly parse
	type/subtype. Fixes bug #98463.

2002-11-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_start): Don't bother
	stat()ing gpg->path, if the file doesn't exist, the exec() call
	will return immediately anyway.

2002-11-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 1.90.5.

	* gmime/Makefile.am: Remove gmime-exception-list.def from the
	EXTRAS.

2002-11-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* gmime/gmime-error.h: Added.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-encrypted.[c,h]: Use GError instead of
	GMimeException.

	* gmime/gmime-multipart-signed.[c,h]: Same.

	* gmime/gmime-session.[c,h]: Here too.

	* gmime/gmime-gpg-context.[c,h]: Don't use GMimeException anymore,
	instead use GError.

	* gmime/gmime-cipher-context.[c,h]: Same here.

	* gmime/gmime.h.in: Remove gmime-exception.h and add gmime-error.h

2002-11-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Generate src/Makefile.

	* Makefile.am: Add src to the SUBDIRS.

	* src/Makefile.am: Build uuencode and uudecode.

	* src/uuencode.c: New source file emulating GNU shareutils'
	uuencode.

	* src/uudecode.c: New source file emulating GNU shareutils'
	uudecode.

2002-11-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 1.90.4

	* PORTING: New document meant to help developers port their
	applications from gmime-1.0 to gmime-2.0.

	* iconv-detect.c: Removed unused variables and #include <stdlib.h>

	* gmime/gmime-multipart.c
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Init part to NULL.

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_write): Init n to -1 each time
	through the outer loop.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-strip.c: #include <string.h> for memcpy.

	* gmime/gmime-filter-html.c (html_convert): Make sure to
	initialise depth to 0 each loop so we don't use it uninitialised.

2002-11-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime*.[c,h]: Moved to gmime/ subdirectory. Also updated to
	#include <gmime/some-header.h> instead of #include "some-header.h"

	* test-*.c: Moved to tests/ subdirectory.

2002-11-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* Makefile.am: Install headers to $(includedir)/gmime-2.0/gmime

2002-11-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-basic.c (g_mime_filter_basic_new_type): Set the
	new->type to type.

2002-11-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime.h.in: Wrap in #ifdef __cplusplus

	* gmime-filter-html.c (html_convert): If flush is TRUE, flush any
	remaining input rather than backing it up.

2002-10-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c: Renamed stdin to stdin_fd, stdout to
	stdout_fd, and stderr to stderr_fd to be more portable.

2002-10-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-html.c (html_convert): Rewrote to use regex for
	url/addr extraction. Outputs more correct html now too.

2002-10-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_read): Change presize from an int
	to a size_t to fix a 64bit cleanliness bug.
	(stream_write): Same.

2002-10-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_get_argv): Setup the import/export
	command-line.
	(gpg_ctx_op_step): Handle import/export errors.
	(gpg_import_keys): Implemented.
	(gpg_export_keys): Implemented.
	(gpg_ctx_op_step): Don't do anything with gpg's stdin unless we
	have something to write to it (exporting keys doesn't require
	writing to gpg's stdin).

2002-10-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_generate_message_id): New function
	to generate a valid unique message-id string.

2002-10-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Fixes to make g_mime_message_partial_split_message() use the
	correct token as the id parameter.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_set_content_id): Same as with
	GMimeMessage::message_id.
	(process_header): Same as process_header for gmime-message.c but
	for content_id.

	* gmime-message.c (process_header): Set only the addr-spec portion
	of the msgid.
	(g_mime_message_set_message_id): Treat the message_id passed in as
	the addr-spec msgid (ie, as if it didn't contain <>'s).

2002-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_import_keys): Renamed.
	(gpg_export_keys): Renamed.

	* gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_export_keys): Renamed to
	be friendlier toward c++.
	(g_mime_cipher_import_keys): Renamed to be similarly named with
	the above function.

2002-09-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version.

	* Makefile.am: Don't install gmime.m4

	* gmime.m4: Removed.

2002-09-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-charset.c (filter_filter): Rewritten, don't set
	errno to 0 before calling iconv (we can't assume that on success
	errno will not be set?). Also, don't grow the buffer here, save
	any un-converted text in the backup buffer to be converted next
	time through.
	(filter_complete): Pick up the slack of filter_filter by
	converting anything left over.

2002-09-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter[c,h]: Ported to GObject.

	* gmime-filter-basic.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-best.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-charset.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-crlf.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-from.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-html.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-strip.[c,h]:
	* gmime-filter-yenc.[c,h]: Ported to the new GMimeFilter.

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c (write_to_stream): Unref the filter after
	adding it to the filtered stream.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Unref the filters once we've
	added them to the filtered_stream.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): And here.

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign): Unref
	the filters once we've added them to the filtered_stream.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Same here.

	* gmime-part.c (write_content): Unref the filter.
	(g_mime_part_set_pre_encoded_content): Here too.

	* gmime-stream-filter.c (g_mime_stream_filter_add): Ref the filter
	here.
	(g_mime_stream_filter_remove): Unref the filter.
	(g_mime_stream_filter_finalize): Unref the filters here.

2002-09-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-charset.c: Try our best to handle EILSEQ (illegal
	multibyte sequences) by eating the illegal bytes and
	continuing. This seems to be what users expect (it's what Mozilla
	seems to do).

2002-09-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_name): Don't g_assert after
	using strtoul on the iso charset name, seems that some news
	clients use 'isolatin' as if it were a real charset (it's not) and
	we don't want to abort() on this.

2002-09-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_decode_message_id): New function to
	decode a message-id as defined by rfc822.
	(g_mime_references_decode): New function to decode a references or
	in-reply-to header.
	(g_mime_references_append): New function to append a raw
	message-id to a GMimeReferences list.
	(g_mime_references_clear): New function to clear a GMimeReferences
	list.

	* internet-address.c (decode_addrspec): New function to parse an
	addr-spec needed by the msg-id decoder.
	(decode_lwsp): Make public.
	(decode_word): Same.

2002-09-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (parse_broken_date): Wrap printfs in d() to
	prevent them from printing anything unless debugging is turned on.

2002-09-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (get_tzone): Fixed to not get false positives when
	the token is shorter than the actual timezone string (but matches
	the first little bit of it).

2002-09-03  Tomasz K³oczko  <kloczek@pld.org.pl>

	* Makefile.am: fixes for automake >= 1.5 (removed duplicated
	variables) and few minor cleanups and better method for install gmime
	aclocal macros.

	* doc/Makefile.am: fixes for "make install DESTDIR=</install/prefix>".

2002-09-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): When erroring out due to no
	local part in the add-spec, set *in to inptr + 1 so we don't get
	into an infinite loop.

	* gmime-message-part.c (message_part_remove_header): Same as
	below.

	* gmime-multipart.c (multipart_remove_header): Same as
	gmime-part.c

	* gmime-part.c (mime_part_remove_header): Don't return anything
	here since our function is supposed to return void.

2002-08-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): Pass `content'
	into parser_scan_content(), fixes bug #92183.

2002-08-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 1.90.1

	* doc/Makefile.am: Don't gtkdoc-fixxref if the user disabled
	gtk-doc from the build.

2002-08-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-best.c: New test suite for the gmime-filter-best filter.

	* gmime.h.in: Added gmime-filter-best.h

	* gmime-filter-best.c (g_mime_filter_best_charset): Never return
	NULL, instead return us-ascii.
	(filter_filter): Fixed to not get into an infinite loop.

2002-08-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* gmime-message-part.c (message_part_write_to_stream): Changed the
	prototype to return ssize_t and not int.

2002-08-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-best.c: New filter for calculating the best charset
	and encoding for a stream.

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_locale_to_utf8): Make
	threadsafe.
	(g_mime_iconv_locale_to_utf8_length): Same.
	(g_mime_iconv_utf8_to_locale): Here too.
	(g_mime_iconv_utf8_to_locale_length): And here.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Updated to call
	g_mime_charset_map_init().

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_locale_name): Initialize the
	charset map if it hasn't already been initialized.
	(g_mime_charset_map_init): Renamed from g_mime_charset_init().
	(g_mime_charset_init): Renamed from charset_init() and also made
	it globally accessable.
	(g_mime_charset_step): New external function (was an internal
	function before).
	(g_mime_charset_best_name): Now an external function also.

2002-08-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_decrypt): Report better errors for when
	gpg fails to be executed.
	(gpg_encrypt): Same.
	(gpg_verify): Here too.
	(gpg_sign): And here.
	(gpg_ctx_op_start): Try stat()ing the gpg binary to make sure it
	exists and when handling an exception, save errno so we can re-set
	it after cleanup.

2002-08-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv.c: Instead of checking for #ifdef _REENTRANT, just
	check #ifdef G_THREADS_ENABLED and use a GStaticMutex rather than
	a pthread_mutex_t.

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_init): Use nl_langinfo() if it
	is available.
	(g_mime_charset_name): Call g_mime_charset_init() if
	iconv_charsets is NULL (meaning the programmer did not properly
	initialize gmime). Also do mutex locking around the use of the
	iconv_charset hash table.

2002-08-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-pgpmime.c (test_multipart_signed): Unref the content object
	after setting it on the MIME part.

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign): Unref
	the content object after setting it on the MIME part.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Unref the content object after
	we're done with it.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Unref the content object
	after setting it on the MIME part.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Unref the content object
	after we're done with it.

	* gmime-message-partial.c
	(g_mime_message_partial_reconstruct_message): Unref the content
	object when we're done with it.
	(g_mime_message_partial_split_message): Unref the content object
	after setting it on the MIME part.

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): Unref the
	content object after setting it on the MIME part.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_object): Ref the new
	content object and unref the old.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_object): Ref the content object before
	returning it to our caller.
	(g_mime_part_finalize): Unref the content object.

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c: Rewritten to subclass GObject.
	(g_mime_data_wrapper_destroy): Removed.
	(g_mime_data_wrapper_write_to_stream): Virtualize.

2002-08-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv.c: Implemented an all new iconv cache. Also has the
	beginnings of thread-safety but I'd really need to fix the
	Makefiles to conditionally link with -lpthread before it'd be of
	any value as well as needing to make gmime-charset.c's functions
	thread-safe.

2002-08-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (message_remove_header): If the header to be
	removed is one of the special headers, then g_free() the cached
	value on the message object and set it to NULL. Fixes bug #90138.

2002-08-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign):
	Documented.
	(g_mime_multipart_signed_verify): Documented.

	* gmime-filter-from.c (g_mime_filter_from_new): Updated the
	documentation to explain the new mode argument.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_encrypt): Documented.
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Documented.

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (g_mime_gpg_context_get_always_trust):
	Implemented.

2002-08-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

2002-08-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_message_id): Revert Charles'
	previous fix and just g_return_if_fail() if the message_id is NULL
	instead.
	(g_mime_message_set_subject): Same for NULL subjects.
	(g_mime_message_set_reply_to): Here too.
	(g_mime_message_set_sender): Again here.
	(g_mime_message_add_header): Check that the value != NULL.
	(g_mime_message_set_header): Same here.

	* internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): Changed a for-loop into a
	while-loop to make the code a tad easier to read. Also fixed a
	type-o that meant to wrap a debug printf in d(). While we're at
	it, g_strstrip the resulting comment before using it as the name
	part of the address.

2002-08-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message-part.c: Fix some comments that say "message/*"
	(which is meant as a wildcard mime-type match) and change them to
	just "message" to prevent compiler warnings about a /* being
	inside a comment.

	* gmime-charset.c: Get rid of a #include "unicode.h". This is no
	longer needed since we use glib2's unicode stuff.

2002-08-02  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-message.c (gmime_message_foreach_part): if the message
	isn't a multipart message, just invoke the callback directly,
	passing in the single part.

	* gmime-message.c (gmime_message_set_message_id): work around
	a g_strstrip() warning if message_id is NULL.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content_object): remove "const"
	from the retval; otherwise it's impossible to add a new filter.

2002-07-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-html.c (is_addr_char): Don't use "isprint(c)" to
	mean "c >= 32 && c < 128" since it doesn't in most locales.
	(is_url_char): Same.
	(is_trailing_garbage): Same.
	(is_domain_name_char): New macro for dns-valid characters
	(email_address_extract): Use is_domain_name_char rather than
	is_addr_char for the part after the @.

2002-07-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Finish the fix from
	yesterday, the last statement of the while-loop needs to
	re-calculate `len' for parser_fill().

2002-07-30  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-message.c (message_remove_header): Fix April 3 2002 bug
	that kept message-remove-header from removing headers.

2002-07-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (message_get_headers): Write the toplevel MIME
	Part's headers to the string as well, this fixes bug #88632 in
	bugzilla.gnome.org.

2002-07-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	The following changes are meant to address bug #88100 on
	bugzilla.gnome.org - I'm as of yet unsure whether or not GMime
	should override the Message-Id write function or if Pan should do
	it. I'm sort of leaning towards Pan doing it simply because the
	current behavior is RFC compliant and the bug is really a "we need
	a workaround for a buggy NNTP server". However... It might just be
	simpler to have GMime do it.

	* gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_new): Init a new hash table that
	stores info on how to write a particular header.
	(g_mime_header_destroy): Free the hash table.
	(g_mime_header_set_write_func): Set the writer function for a
	header.
	(g_mime_header_write_to_stream): Use the specified header write
	function for each ehader. If one wasn't specified, use the
	default.

2002-07-29  Charles Kerr  <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* remove strlib.[ch]
	* use g_strcasecmp instead of strcasecmp
	* use g_strncasecmp instead of strncasecmp
	* use g_stpcpy instead of stpcpy
	* added "#include <string.h>" where needed

2002-07-29  Charles Kerr  <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-filter-strip: fix trivial compiler warning.
	* gmime-message-part.c: same.
	* gmime-multipart-signed.c: same.
	* gmime-object.c: same.
	* gmime-param.c: same.
	* gmime-session.c: same.
	* test-iconv.c: same.
	* test-mbox.c: same.
	* test-parser.c: same.
	* test-partial.c: same.

2002-07-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): When refilling, make sure
	that the refilled buffer is larger than the buffer was before
	refilling, otherwise break out of the loop and parse whatever is
	left. Fixes bug #89260 on bugzilla.gnome.org

2002-07-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Initialize `n' at the
	beginning of the while-loop so that it can't be used
	uninitialized.

	* gmime-parser.c (header_parse): Check to make sure that the
	header was valid (ie, `colon' == ':'). If not, then set
	header->value to "".

2002-05-26  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* alloca.c: removed.
	* gmime-charset.c: use g_alloca instead of alloca.
	* gmime-filter-from.c: same.
	* gmime-filter-strip.c: same.
	* gmime-iconv.c: same.
	* gmime-param.c: same.
	* gmime-part.c: same.
	* gmime-utils.c: same.
	* memchunk.c: same.

2002-07-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-crlf.c (filter_filter): Fix to not add an extra \r
	for pre-canonicalised streams.

2002-07-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Fix a logic mistake
	in the calculation of the number of bytes converted.

2002-07-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (set_disposition): Fix to parse the disposition
	parameter values rather than assuming it is only the "attachment"
	or "inline" part of the value.

2002-07-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: check for gmtime_r

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_format_date): Use gmtime_r() if
	we have this function available to us.

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_step_from): Save the From-line offset.
	(g_mime_parser_get_from_offset): Newly implemented function used
	for retrieving the offset of the From-line (for use when parsing
	mbox files).

2002-07-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* strlib.c (strlcpy): Changed to behave the same as the Solaris
	strlcpy function.
	(strlcat): Changed to behave the same as the Solaris strlcat
	function.

2002-07-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Fix for
	nul-terminating some multibyte charsets.

2002-06-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_step): If we get an EOF from the
	status-fd, then set gpg->complete to TRUE.
	(gpg_ctx_get_argv): Use --charset=UTF-8 and --keyserver-options to
	disable auto-key-retrieve rather than the deprecated
	--no-auto-key-retrieve flag.

2002-06-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_op_step): Loop on our reads while
	errno is EINTR or EAGAIN. Also make sure to completely read stdout
	and stderr by keeping better state.
	(gpg_ctx_parse_status): If we encounted a NODATA error from gpg
	and we have diagnostics output, use that as the exception string.
	(gpg_ctx_op_exited): New function to determine if the gpg process
	has exited.
	(gpg_ctx_op_wait): Reuse any exit status information from
	gpg_ctx_op_exited().
	(gpg_verify): Check that the gpg process has not exited each loop.

2002-06-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_sign): Once
	we've created the mime-part stream and armored the From lines and
	such, create a new MIME part based on this stream (since normally
	our QP encoder will not armor From lines) and use it as the
	content part for this multipart/signed part rather than the
	original MIME part.
	(multipart_signed_write_to_stream): This can now be simplified by
	calling our parent class's write_to_stream implementation since
	g_mime_multipart_signed_sign() takes care of all the From
	armoring.

2002-06-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-pgpmime.c: New test suite for the pgp/mime code.

	* gmime-gpg-context.c (gpg_ctx_parse_status): Handle a NODATA
	status message from gpg.

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_new): Don't set NULL header
	values via the g_mime_object_set_header interface.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_add_header): Don't allow value == NULL.
	(g_mime_object_set_header): Same.

	* gmime.h.in: Updated to #include the new headers related to
	encryption and digital signatures.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): register the multipart/encrypted and
	multipart/signed cclass types.

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c: Fixed to compile cleanly.
	(multipart_signed_write_to_stream): We need to handle writing out
	the subparts ourselves because we need to armor From-lines.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c: Fixed to compile cleanly.

2002-06-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-param.c (g_string_append_len_quoted): Append length as
	advertised rather than appending the whole string. Oops.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_decrypt): Ugh, the
	g_return_val_if_fail()'s should be returning NULL.

	* test-pgp.c: New test suite to make sure that the gpg code works.

	* gmime-gpg-context.c: Keep more state as it seems we needed
	it. Also keep information such as trust level and whether the
	signature was found to be valid and such (in case we ever decide
	to use it).

2002-06-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-multipart-signed.c (g_mime_multipart_signed_get_type):
	Register as a subclass of a GMimeMultipart.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.c
	(g_mime_multipart_encrypted_get_type): Same.

	* gmime-gpg-context.[c,h]: A new class implementing the
	GMimeCipherContext interfaces for GnuPG.

	* gmime-session.[c,h]: New abstract session class for use by the
	cipher context classes for requesting passphrases/etc.

	* gmime-cipher-context.c (g_mime_cipher_context_finalize): Unref
	the gmime-session.

2002-06-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c: Oops, a prototype had the wrong return type.

2002-06-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-multipart.c: Oops, some prototypes had the wrong return
	type.

2002-06-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): Use
	g_mime_stream_mem_new_with_byte_array() so that the mem stream
	owns the byte array so we don't leak.

2002-06-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gen-table.c: Updated.

	* gmime-utils.c (quoted_decode): Oops. ESPECIALs are allowed
	inside of the encoded-text section of the encoded-word.

	* gmime-message.c (process_header): Add some NULL-protection.

	* gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_open): If the from charset is
	"x-unknown", replace it with the user's locale charset.

2002-06-11  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): If the parser
	stream is not seekable, then scan the content into a memory
	stream.

2002-06-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-2.0.pc.in: New file for use in pkg-config.

	* gmime-filter-strip.[c,h]: New source files implementing a stream
	filter for stripping trailing whitespace from lines (needed for
	PGP/MIME).

	* gmime-exception.[c,h]: New source files implementing generic
	error reporting functionality.

	* gmime-cipher-context.[c,h]: New abstract class for performing
	common functionality (such as encryption, decryption, signing,
	verifying, importing keys, and exporting keys) needed by any MIME
	cipher suite (PGP/MIME and S/MIME specifically).

	* gmime-multipart-signed.[c,h]: New source files implementing the
	multipart/signed specification.

	* gmime-multipart-encrypted.[c,h]: New source files implementing
	the multipart/encrypted specification.

2002-06-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-mbox.c (test_parser): Test the new set_header_regex
	function.

	* gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_set_header_regex): New convenience
	function to allow an application to be notified when a header
	matching a particular pattern is parsed by the
	parser. Particularly useful for finding the Status: header when
	parsing mbox files.

2002-06-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): Pull up past fixes
	from the gmime-1 branch.

2002-06-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Register the message-part class.

	* gmime-message-part.c: New class for handling message/* subparts.

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_message_part): Handle mime parts of
	type message.
	(parser_construct_leaf_part): Find out if the leaf part is
	actually a message part.

	* gmime-filter-from.c (g_mime_filter_from_new): Now takes a mode
	argument to specify how "From "'s should be protected.
	(filter_filter): If we are to armor the "From " then transform it
	into "=46rom " otherwise transform it into the normal ">From ".

2002-05-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime/gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Rewritten to work
	correctly. This was broken worse than I could imagine :-)
	(stream_write): Fix similarly.

2002-05-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_reset): Same.

	* gmime-stream-file.c (stream_reset): Same.

	* gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_reset): If the stream position is
	already reset, just return 0.

2002-05-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated documentation.

2002-05-22  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-multipart.c (multipart_write_to_stream): Avoid adding an
	extranious newline character when a preface doesn't exist.

2002-05-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_md5): Fix some compiler
	warnings as well as doing some more error handling.
	(g_mime_part_verify_content_md5): Same.

	* md5-utils.c: Removed some compiler warnings.

2002-05-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_seek): Return the absolute offset
	into the cat stream rather than the relative offset of one of the
	substreams on success. Fixed a few other things too.
	(stream_read): Fix the logic here so that we never try reading
	from a stream that is current at EOS.

2002-05-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_mime_part_content): Only compensate
	for the '\n' if we found a boundary.

2002-05-16  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-filter-yenc.c: fixed regression that caused end line of
	yenc encoding to not be detected.  This was causing crc errors in Pan.

2002-05-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-filter.c (stream_destroy): Removed.

2002-05-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_read): Don't allow our caller to read
	past the end of the stream.
	(stream_write): Same.
	(stream_seek): Don't forget to add the current source stream's
	bound_start when seeking on the current source stream.

	* gmime-message-partial.c (g_mime_message_partial_init): Zero our
	extra fields.
	(g_mime_message_partial_finalize): Cleanup strdup'd memory.
	(message_partial_set_content_type): Implemented.
	(g_mime_message_partial_class_init): Override set_content_type().
	(g_mime_message_partial_get_id): Simplify.
	(g_mime_message_partial_get_number): Simplify.
	(g_mime_message_partial_get_total): Simplify.

	* gmime-multipart.c (multipart_set_content_type): Implement.
	(g_mime_multipart_class_init): Override set_content_type().

	* gmime-object.c: Make set_content_type() virtual.

2002-05-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message-partial.c (partial_compare): Fixed to work
	properly.

2002-05-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-partial.c: New test suite for gmime-message-partial.c.

	* gmime-stream-cat.c: Several fixes.
	(g_mime_stream_cat_class_init): Overload the seek method.

	* gmime-stream-mmap.c (g_mime_stream_mmap_class_init): Overload
	the seek method.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (g_mime_stream_buffer_class_init):
	Overload the seek method.

	* gmime-stream-null.c (g_mime_stream_null_class_init): Overload
	the seek method.

	* gmime-stream-filter.c (g_mime_stream_filter_class_init):
	Overload the seek method.

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_class_init): Overload the seek
	method.

	* gmime-stream-mem.c (g_mime_stream_mem_class_init): Overload the
	seek method.

	* gmime-stream-file.c (g_mime_stream_file_class_init): Overload
	the seek method.
	(stream_length): The length of the stream is bound_end -
	bound_start.

	* gmime-stream-fs.c (g_mime_stream_fs_class_init): Overload the
	seek method.
	(stream_length): The length of the stream is bound_end -
	bound_start.

2002-05-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-cat.c (stream_reset): Use stream_seek().
	(stream_read): Seek to position before starting our read, this is
	to protect against one of our source streams being read while we
	weren't looking and/or a substream related to our cat stream.
	(stream_write): Same.

2002-05-09  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message-partial.c: New class to handle MIME parts with a
	content-type of message/partial.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Register the message/partial class.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_new_type): If we fail to find an
	appropriate mime object class, try falling back to the */*
	handler. Only if that fails do we return NULL.

2002-05-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* Makefile.am: Added gmime-stream-cat.c to the build.

	* gmime-stream-cat.c: New stream that acts similar to the Unix
	`cat` command by concatenating multiple streams.

2002-05-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-fs.c (stream_write): Do more error handling and
	also try to write out everything.

2002-05-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-charset.c (main): Generate the multibyte charsets without
	the need for using external .dat files. Also attempt to condense
	the charset-map table a bit.

	* gen-multibyte.c: Removed.

2002-04-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-charset.c (main): Instead of converting the multibyte
	charset tables to UTF-8 and then using the unicode functions to
	convert UTF-8 to UCS4, just convert directly to UCS4. Also fixed a
	type-o in the Big5.dat filename (it should be Big5.dat not
	Big5.data).

2002-04-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_fill): Try to align the end of our
	left-over buffer with realbuf + SCAN_HEAD so that we avoid: 1)
	completely filling the prespace or 2) reading more than SCAN_BUF
	bytes per read() call.

2002-04-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_base64_decode_step): Only backtrack
	if we have output data.

2002-04-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (rfc2047_encode_phrase): Fixed a small memory
	leak. Thanks to the Pan guys for finding this.

2002-04-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_step_from): Fixes to make it work.
	(g_mime_parser_eos): New function to tell if a parser is at the
	end of it's stream.

2002-04-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* docs/*: Updated.

	* configure.in: Add $srcdir to the include path so it catches
	iconv-detect.h.

2002-04-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_step_headers): Take advantage of the same
	optimization as parser_scan_content.

2002-04-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_content): Optimized by a good 15% by
	simply changing my inner while-loop. See comment for explanation.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_encoding_from_string): Added support
	for the binary encoding.
	(g_mime_part_encoding_to_string): Same.

	* gmime-utils.h: Added GMIME_PART_ENCODING_BINARY.

2002-04-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parser_scan_multipart_subparts): Don't leak
	objects!

2002-04-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (process_header): process the headers we care
	about.
	(message_add_header): Call process_header.
	(message_set_header): Same.

	* gmime-part.c (process_header): process the headers we care
	about.
	(mime_part_add_header): Call process_header.
	(mime_part_set_header): Same.

	* gmime-object (process_header): process the headers we care
	about.
	(add_header): Call process_header.
	(set_header): Same.

2002-04-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_set_scan_from): New accessor
	method to set whether or not to scan from-lines.
	(g_mime_parser_get_scan_from): New accessor method to get the
	from-line mode.

2002-04-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (datetok): Treat ',' as a token delimeter. Also
	updated the datetok lookup table.

	* configure.in: Check for off_t, size_t, and ssize_t.

2002-04-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.[c,h]: Brand spankin' new parser. Seems to work for
	at least simple messages, needs a lot more love though.

	* gmime-stream*.c: Don't use a base_class init or finalize.

	* gmime-object.c: Same.

	* gmime-part.c: Same here.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Call g_type_init.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_fold): Slight bugfix to get
	rid of extra whitespace at the end of a line.

	* gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_set_preface): New accesor
	function to set the multipart preface.
	(g_mime_multipart_get_preface): New accesor function to get the
	multipart preface.
	(g_mime_multipart_set_postface): New accesor function to set the
	multipart postface.
	(g_mime_multipart_get_postface): New accesor function to get the
	multipart postface.
	(write_to_stream): Don't force a preface if we don't have one.

2002-04-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-object.c: Don't tie the type-registry lifetime to the
	GMimeObject lifetime.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Register our generic and multipart/* MIME
	object classes here.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_class_init): Don't register ourselves
	here anymore.

	* gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_class_init): Don't register
	ourselves here anymore.

2002-04-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_uuencode_close): Fixed a bug that
	crept in during my simplification.

2002-04-07  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_content_id): Wrap the object
	set_content_id.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_id): Same.

	* gmime-multipart.c
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Compare the
	object->content_id's.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_set_content_id): New function
	since the Content-Id should really be stored on the object class.
	(g_mime_object_get_content_id): Same.
	(set_header): If we are setting the Content-Id header, also set
	our internal content_id member.
	(add_header): Same.

	* gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_set_parameter):
	Renamed from g_mime_content_type_add_parameter.

	* gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_new_with_subtype): New
	convenience function.

	* Makefile.am temporarily removed gmime-parser.c from the
	build. It needs to be completely rewritten from scratch pretty
	much.

2002-04-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_add_subpart): Removed.
	(g_mime_part_set_boundary): Removed.
	(g_mime_part_get_boundary): Removed.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_get_content_type_parameter): New
	function.
	(g_mime_object_set_content_type_parameter): New function.

	* gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_new): New function, forgot
	to implement it before ;-)
	(multipart_set_boundary): Set the boundary parameter on the
	content-type.

2002-04-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_foreach): Removed.
	(g_mime_part_get_subpart_from_content_id): Same.

	* gmime-multipart.c (g_mime_multipart_foreach): Moved here from
	gmime-part.c:g_mime_part_foreach since this is really only meant
	to work on multiparts.
	(g_mime_multipart_get_subpart_from_content_id): Same idea here too.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_set_content_type): Move
	g_mime_part_set_content_type up to the GMimeObject abstraction.
	(g_mime_object_get_content_type): Same.

2002-04-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c: Initial port to GObject.

2002-04-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_add_recipients_from_string):
	Destroy the temporary addrlist.

2002-03-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Detect the iconv-friendly formats for iso charsets
	at configure time and dump them into iconv-detect.h for use in
	gmime-charset.c.

	* gmime-charset.c: Updated to use iconv-detect.h if it exists.

2002-03-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-multipart.c: Compile fixes.

	* gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_write_to_stream): Now returns the
	number of bytes written or -1 on fail.

	* gmime-object.c: Compile fixes.

	* gmime-stream-null.c (g_mime_stream_null_finalize): And finally
	here.

	* gmime-stream-mmap.c (g_mime_stream_mmap_finalize): Here too.

	* gmime-stream-mem.c (g_mime_stream_mem_finalize): And again...

	* gmime-stream-fs.c (g_mime_stream_fs_finalize): Again here.

	* gmime-stream-filter.c (g_mime_stream_filter_finalize): Here too.

	* gmime-stream-file.c (g_mime_stream_file_finalize): Same.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (g_mime_stream_buffer_finalize): Call
	GObject's finalize function.

2002-03-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* memchunk.c: Make this compile.

	* internet-address.c (decode_mailbox): No longer check
	gmime_interfaces_utf8 as that was a hack in gmime-1's branch.

	* gmime-charset.c (charset_step): Sync with the gmime-1 branch. We
	now have multibyte charset detection.

	* gmime-utils.c: Sync with gmime-1's changed.
	(rfc2047_decode_word): Always convert decoded text to UTF-8.
	(rfc2047_encode_phrase_get_words): We can always assume our input
	is in UTF-8 now.
	(rfc2047_encode_phrase): Sam here.
	(g_string_append_len): Removed since glib2 now has this function.

	* gmime-param.c (decode_param): Make sure the decoded text is
	valid UTF-8.
	(encode_param): Convert to the best charset before encoding.
	(g_string_append_len): Removed since glib2 now has this function.

	* gmime.c (g_mime_init): Initializes gmime. We no longer care
	about GMIME_INIT_FLAGS_UTF8 as we now always use UTF-8 interfaces.

2002-03-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-null.c (g_mime_stream_null_get_type): Use
	GMIME_TYPE_STREAM as our base class.
	(g_mime_stream_null_class_init): Our parent class is a
	GMIME_STREAM_CLASS, not a G_OBJECT_CLASS.
	(g_mime_stream_null_finalize): Call our parent's finalize, which
	is GMIME_STREAM_CLASS's finalize, not G_OBJECT_CLASS's finalize.

	* gmime-stream-mmap.c: Same.

	* gmime-stream-filter.c: Here too.

	* gmime-stream-file.c: And here.

	* gmime-stream-fs.c: Again here.

	* gmime-stream-mem.c: And again...

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c: And finally here.

	* gmime-multipart.[c,h]: New class that inherits from GMimeObject
	that represents a MIME multipart.

2002-03-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-object.c: Ported to glib2 by subclassing GObject and also
	added a GMimeHeader data member and methods to access those
	headers as well as adding abstract methods for getting the headers
	as one big string buffer and writing the object headers/content to
	a stream.

	* gmime-stream-*.c (*_class_init): Don't set a destroy handler -
	we can't, we don't have a virtual function pointer for it!

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_substream): Use GET_CLASS since we
	are passing in an object.
	(g_mime_stream_length): Same.
	(g_mime_stream_tell): Here too.
	(g_mime_stream_seek): And here.
	(g_mime_stream_reset): And again here.
	(g_mime_stream_eos): Again.
	(g_mime_stream_close): Here too.
	(g_mime_stream_flush): Same.
	(g_mime_stream_write): Same here.
	(g_mime_stream_read): And finally here.
	(g_mime_stream_class_init): Setup default implementations of all
	the stream methods. Also no longer set a destroy handler.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new
	GMimeStream based on GObject.

2002-03-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-filter.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new
	GMimeStream based on GObject.

	* gmime-stream-fs.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new GMimeStream
	based on GObject.

	* gmime-stream-file.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new GMimeStream
	based on GObject.

	* gmime-stream-mmap.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new GMimeStream
	based on GObject.

	* gmime-stream-null.[c,h]: Updated to subclass the new GMimeStream
	based on GObject.

	* gmime-stream-mem.[c,h]: Updated to be based on the new
	implementation of GMimeStream.

	* gmime-type-utils.h: New file to contain some more-friendly
	type-cast macros around the glib2 ones.

	* gmime-stream.[c,h]: Now subclasses GObject. Not sure if I got
	everything right, but I think it's mostly there?

2002-03-15  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-filter-charset.c: fixed minor compiler warnings.
	* gmime-iconv-utils.c: same.
	* test-html.c: same.
	* test-iconv.c: same.
	* test-mime.c: same.
	* test-streams.c: same.

2002-03-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_uudecode_step): Fixed a logic
	mistake. All is good now in the land of UU :-)

2002-03-15  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	Syncing up with small changes from Pan...

	* gmime-content-type.c: remove unused #include <alloca.h>
	* gmime-message.c: same.
	* gmime-part.c: same.
	* internet-address.c: same.

	* gmime-filter-basic.c: add #include <string.h> (strncmp)
	* gmime-filter-yenc.c: add #include <string.h> (strncmp)
	* gmime-iconv-utils.c: add #include <string.h> (strlen)
	* gmime-iconv.c: add #include <string.h> (strlen)
	* gmime-iconv.c: add #include <stdio.h> (sprintf)
	
2002-03-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-yenc.c (filter_reset): Added a switch-statement
	based on direction. Yes, for now the INIT state for encode/decode
	are both the same but this may change? Probably not but oh well
	:-)
	(g_mime_ydecode_step): Sync up with Charles' yenc fixes.

2002-03-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-yenc.c: Compile fixes.

2002-03-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-yenc.c (g_mime_filter_yenc_get_pcrc): Finalize the
	crc before returning.
	(g_mime_filter_yenc_get_crc): Same.

2002-03-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-yenc.c: New filter to encode/decode yEnc streams.

2002-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Thanks to Carlos Morgado <chbm@chbm.nu>

	* gmime.spec.in: Fix.

2002-03-03  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_write_to_stream): Get rid of some
	extra line feeds.

2002-02-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/*: Updated.

	* configure.in: Updated version to 0.8.0

2002-01-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_name): Updated for AIX, HPUX,
	IRIX, and Sun systems.

2002-01-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv.c (iconv_cache_bucket_add_node): Fixed an oops.
	(iconv_cache_bucket_get_first_unused): Fixed another oops.

2002-01-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_write_to_stream):
	Handle the x-uuencode encoding type.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_uuencode_close): No longer needs a
	uulen argument since it is now compacted into the state argument.
	(g_mime_utils_uuencode_step): Same here.

	* gmime-filter-basic.c (filter_filter): Ignore data until we have
	found the "begin" line. Also, we no longer need uulen.
	(filter_complete): Same.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_encoding_to_string): Handle
	x-uuencode.
	(g_mime_part_encoding_from_string): Same.
	(g_mime_part_set_pre_encoded_content): Here too.
	(write_content): And again here.

2002-01-19  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv.c (iconv_node_new): Return the node - how did I miss
	this!?

2002-01-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Fixed more silliness.

	* acconfig.h: Added #undef's for some iconv stuff.

	* gmime-filter-charset.c (g_mime_filter_charset_new): Put the
	charset arguments in the right order.

	* gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_open): Swap the to/from arguments so
	that they are in the same order as iconv_open.

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (iconv_utils_init): Put the to/from
	arguments in the right order.

2002-01-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): If we get an EILSEQ,
	just return NULL rather than g_strndup'ing the original
	string. We'd rather get back NULL and know it failed than get back
	a string thinking everything went okay.

	* configure.in: Fixed some silliness, thanks to Charles Schmidt.

2002-01-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-iconv-utils.c (g_mime_iconv_strndup): New utility function
	to iconv n bytes of a string and return a buffer containing the
	converted string.
	(g_mime_iconv_strdup): Same but for the whole string.
	(g_mime_iconv_locale_to_utf8): Converts a string in the locale
	charset to utf8.
	(g_mime_iconv_locale_to_utf8_length): Same but for a sublength of
	the string.
	(g_mime_iconv_utf8_to_locale): Converts a string from utf8 to the
	locale charset.
	(g_mime_iconv_utf8_to_locale_length): Same but for a sublength of
	the string.

2002-01-15  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* test-iconv.c: test suite to make sure that the gmime-iconv cache
	works.

	* gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_init): Initialize the iconv_node
	memchunk.
	(g_mime_iconv_shutdown): Destroy the iconv_node memchunk.
	(iconv_node_destroy): Use memchunk_free instead of g_free.
	(iconv_node_new): Use memchunk_alloc.
	(iconv_node_set_used): Add/Remove the node to the iconv_open_hash.

2002-01-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 0.7.7

	* doc/*: Updated to document the new gmime-iconv interfaces.

	* gmime-filter-charset.c (g_mime_filter_charset_new): Use
	g_mime_iconv_open instead of iconv_open. Also no longer need to
	use g_mime_charset_name() since gmime-iconv does this for us.
	(filter_destroy): Use g_mime_iconv_close() instead of
	iconv_close().

	* gmime-iconv.c (g_mime_iconv_open): New wrapper around
	iconv_open() so that we can cache the results. This'll be a major
	speedup for systems like Solaris where iconv_open() must dlopen a
	module for each of the charsets. Also uses g_mime_charset_name()
	to get the iconv-friendly charset name for you.
	(g_mime_iconv_close): New wrapper around iconv_close().

2002-01-13  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 0.7.6

	* doc/*: Updated to document the new charset code.

	* gmime.h.in: Added #includes for gmime-charset.h and
	gmime-filter-charset.h.

	* gmime-filter-charset.c: New filter for converting text between
	charsets using iconv.

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_name): New function to derive
	the iconv-friendly name for a given charset.

2002-01-09  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* internet-address.c (internet_address_list_prepend): replaced
	"g_return_if_fail" with "g_return_val_if_fail".
	* internet-address.c (internet_address_list_append): same.

	* internet-address.c (internet_address_set_group): removed
	unused variables to shut up compiler.
	* gmime-param.c (rfc2184_decode): same.

2002-01-08  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* config.h.in: Added a #include <alloca.h> if HAVE_ALLOCA_H is
	defined - this limits the number of places I have to conditionally
	add #include <alloca.h> in the source files.

2002-01-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (parse_broken_date): Implemented.

2002-01-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* memchunk.c (memchunk_clean): Oops, when tree_search() returns 0
	we want to prune it, not the other way around :-)

2002-01-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* memchunk.c (memchunk_clean): Fixed a logic mistake that
	prevented pruning of the head node.

2002-01-01  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-message (g_mime_message_get_body): added g_return_val_if_fail
	checks in the entry point.

2001-12-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* internet-address.c (decode_address): Optimized group parsing.

	* doc/*: Updated.

2001-12-31  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* strlib.c (strncasecmp): Convert the chars to lowercase before
	diffing.

2001-12-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version number to 0.7.5 since the
	internet-address API and bits of the gmime-message API have
	changed.

	* internet-address.c (internet_address_new): Initialize the
	refcount to 1.
	(internet_address_destroy): This is now an internal function.
	(internet_address_ref): New function to ref an InternetAddress
	object.
	(internet_address_unref): New function to unref an InternetAddress
	object.
	(internet_address_set_group): Updated to use the new
	internet_address_list functions.
	(internet_address_add_member): Same.
	(internet_address_list_prepend): New function to manipulate a list
	of InternetAddress objects.
	(internet_address_list_append): Same.
	(internet_address_list_concat): Another new function.
	(internet_address_list_length): Again...
	(internet_address_list_destroy): Destroy a list of addresses.
	(internet_address_list_to_string): New utility function to write a
	list of addresses to a string.
	(internet_address_parse_string): Optimized slightly by not using
	GLists' generic append function and also updated to use
	InternetAddressList.

	* gmime-message.c (recipients_destroy): Updated to call
	internet_address_list_destroy.
	(sync_recipient_header): Updated to let the InternetAddress code
	do the work for us.
	(g_mime_message_add_recipient): Updated to use the new
	InternetAddress API.
	(g_mime_message_add_recipients_from_string): Same.
	(g_mime_message_get_recipients): Return an InternetaddressList
	instead of GList.

2001-12-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* strlib.c (strncasecmp): Do null-checking.

	* TODO: Remove features that have already been
	implemented/fixed/whatever.

2001-12-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* memchunk.c (memchunk_clean): Prune 'cleaned' nodes from our
	free-node list. Thanks to Charles Kerr for discovering this bug.

	* strlib.c (strncasecmp): Moved the return calculation to within
	the loop so as to only take a difference if the strings are not
	identical. This also fixes a bug that would falsely return
	non-zero for strings that were identical for the first n bytes.

2001-12-20  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_construct): 'type' is now an
	unsigned int rather than a signed int.

	* memchunk.c (memchunk_clean): Oops. Don't forget to free the tree
	after we're finished with it...

2001-12-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Various compiler warning fixes to several source files (mostly
	"unused variable" type stuff).

2001-12-17  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (datetok): reimplement to not use GLists
	(appending is slow) and also to not g_strndup the token, instead
	just remember it's offset and length so we can examine it later.
	(decode_int): New function to decode an int.
	(get_wday): Now takes an inlen argument.
	(get_mday): Same. Also calls decode_int.
	(get_month): Here too.
	(get_year): Again here... also calls decode_int.
	(get_tzone): Modified to use struct _date_token.
	(get_time): Completely rewritten.

2001-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* memchunk.[c,h]: A memchunk library similar to g_mem_chunk's but
	faster.

2001-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Added a --enable-warnings to turn on compiler
	warnings.

	* gmime-utils.c: Various compiler warning cleanup.

	* gmime-object.c (g_mime_object_construct): Change the type
	argument to be of type unsigned rather than int.

	* gmime-filter-html.c (url_extract): g_strndup takes an unsigned
	length argument.

	* gmime-filter-from.c (filter_filter): memcpy takes an unsigned
	length argument.

	* gmime-disposition.c (g_mime_disposition_new): g_strndup takes an
	unsigned length argument.

	* gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_new_from_string):
	g_strndup takes an unsigned length argument.

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_init): g_strndup takes an
	unsigned length argument.

2001-12-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_destroy): Now an internal-only method.

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_destroy): Now an internal-only
	method.

2001-12-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-basic.c (filter_filter):
	(filter_complete): The outbuf for QP decoding can be up to len + 2
	bytes and UU decoding outbuf can be up to len + 3 bytes.

2001-12-01  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (parse_content_headers): Set is_multipart to
	FALSE.
	(g_mime_parser_construct_part_internal): Get the inlen properly
	and do content-offsetting a little better by skipping past the
	end-of-header marker.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (g_mime_stream_buffer_gets): Use the
	'register' keyword for some variables.

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_set_stream): Safeguard
	against NULL streams.
	(g_mime_data_wrapper_write_to_stream): Reset the stream before
	writing too.

	* gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_seek): Fix to work like the others.
	(stream_read): On error, always return -1 (and not just any value
	less than 0)
	(stream_write): Same.

2001-11-30  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (write_content): Implemented a slight optimization
	which bypasses the need to do any encoding in certain
	circumstances.

2001-11-28  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* pan-mime-parser.c (parser_read_until_boundary): Make sure
	boundary is non-NULL before calling strlen on it.

2001-11-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_construct_part_internal): Fixed a
	bug - don't set bounds on the original stream, set the bounds on
	our temporary memory stream. Also got rid of find_header_end().

	* gmime-filter-from.c (filter_filter): initialize fromcount to 0.

2001-11-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* strlib.c (strlcpy): BSD defines the prototype as returning
	size_t, the strlen of the resultant string.
	(strlcat): Same.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_flush): Oops, memmove the buffer
	too and a smidgen of code cleanup.
	(stream_reset): Fix reset for block write mode.

	* configure.in: Bumped the version to 0.7.4 and added checks for
	system mmap functions.

	* gmime-stream-mmap.[c,h]: New stream that uses an mmaped buffer.

2001-11-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* doc/gmime-docs.sgml: Added documentation of the use of filters.

2001-11-23  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_seek): Implemented.

	* gmime-parser.c (parse_content_headers): Fixed another memory
	leak here.

	* gmime-param.c (decode_param_list): Fixed a small memory leak.

2001-11-22  Jeffrey stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-from.[c,h]: New filter to escape from-lines.

	* pan-mime-parser.c (parser_read_until_boundary): Slight
	optimization.

2001-11-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-utils.c (is_8bit_word_encoded): Make into a macro, we
	don't need to do a strlen because the atom is a GString which
	means we have it's length already. This also saves us some
	overhead of calling a function.
	(g_mime_utils_8bit_header_decode): Update to pass the len argument
	to is_8bit_word_encoded.

2001-11-18  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 0.7.3

	* gmime-param.c: GMimeParam is now a linked list of parameters
	rather than a single name/value pair.
	(g_mime_param_new_from_string): Now returns a parameter list based
	on the input string rather than only returning a single parameter
	name/value pair. Also updated to handle rfc2184 encoded
	parameters.
	(g_mime_param_destroy): Destroy the linked list of params.
	(g_mime_param_append): Append a new parameter.
	(g_mime_param_append_param): Append a new parameter object.
	(g_mime_param_write_to_string): New function (which replaces
	g_mime_param_to_string) which correctly encodes (either by quoting
	the value or rfc2184 encoding it) the list of parameters and
	optionally folds them suitable for header wrapping.

	* gmime-disposition.[c,h]: New source files to handle
	parsing/generating Content-Disposition headers.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_destroy): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_destroy.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_disposition_object): New function for
	setting the disposition object on a mime part.
	(g_mime_part_set_content_disposition): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_set.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_disposition): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_get.
	(g_mime_part_add_content_disposition_parameter): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_add_parameter.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_disposition_parameter): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_get_parameter.
	(g_mime_part_set_filename): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_add_parameter.
	(g_mime_part_get_filename): Updated to use
	g_mime_disposition_get_parameter.

	* gmime-content-type.c (g_mime_content_type_new_from_string): Use
	the gmime-param code to parse any Content-Type parameters.
	(g_mime_content_type_destroy): Updated to use
	g_mime_param_destroy.
	(g_mime_content_type_add_parameter): Updated to use g_mime_param
	functions.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_header_fold): Fixed a small header
	folding bug.

	* gmime-parser.c (parse_content_headers): Updated to use the
	GMimeDisposition parser.

	* pan-mime-parser.c (parse_content_headers): Updated to use the
	GMimeDisposition parser.

2001-11-16  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version to 0.7.2 due to the change-over to
	refcounted mime objects.

	* gmime-object[c,h]: New source files that implement an abstract
	Object class.

	* gmime-message.c: Updated to subclass GMimeObject

	* gmime-part.c: Updated to subclass GMimeObject
	(g_mime_part_set_content_header): Set an arbitrary mime content
	header.
	(g_mime_part_get_content_header): Get an arbitrary mime content
	header.
	(g_mime_part_add_child): Finally deprecated, please use
	g_mime_part_add_subpart instead if you aren't already.

	* gmime-parser.c: Updated to unref mime parts where appropriate as
	well as set unknown content headers on mime parts.

	* pan-mime-parser.c: Same as gmime-parser.c

2001-11-14  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-null.c (g_mime_stream_null_new): A new stream,
	similar to /dev/null basically.

2001-11-10  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Added checks for strlib functions and bumped the
	version to 0.7.1 (there won't be an official 0.7.1 release but I
	figure I should be bumping version numbers whenever I add
	functionality).

	* strlib.[c,h]: New string library that provides anything that the
	system libc doesn't (includig strnstr and stpcpy).

	* gmime-filter-html.[c,h]: New filter that converts plain text
	into HTML suitable for display in things like GtkHTML (makes urls
	into hyperlinks and preserves whitespace and such).

	* gmime-parser.c (g_strstrbound): Removed.
	(find_header_part_end): Use strnstr.
	(g_mime_parser_construct_part_internal): Use strnstr.

2001-10-26  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Updated the version to 0.7.0

	* doc/*: Updated.

2001-10-25  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_new): Now takes an
	"init_headers" argument, it doesn't really matter what value you
	put here - it's more a "I want my message headers to be in a nice
	friendly order rather than the order they are set in".

	* gmime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_construct_message): Use
	!preserve_headers as the init_headers argument to
	g_mime_message_new ().

	* pan-mime-parser.c (g_mime_parser_construct_message): Same.

2001-10-24  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* pan-mime-parser.c (construct_message_headers): Use
	g_mime_header_add instead of g_mime_header_set so we can get
	multiple of the same header (such as "Received:").

	* gmime-parser.c (construct_headers): Use g_mime_header_add
	instead of g_mime_header_set so we can get multiple of the same
	header (such as "Received:") and also move it into the switch
	statement into the default case.

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_set_header): New function to add
	a header to a message.

	* gmime-header.c (g_mime_header_add): New function to add a
	header.

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_writev): New function to write a
	vector to a stream.

2001-10-21  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* pan-mime-parser.c: Updated to use g_mime_stream_buffer_readln.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (g_mime_stream_buffer_readln): New
	convenience function to read a single line from a stream.

2001-10-12  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_write_to_stream): No longer takes a
	'toplevel' argument.
	(g_mime_part_to_string): No longer takes a 'toplevel' argument.

	* gmime-message.c (g_mime_message_write_to_stream): Write the
	MIME-Version header here instead of needing to pass a 'toplevel'
	argument to g_mime_part_write_to_stream().

	* gmime-charset.c (g_mime_charset_init): Fix for Debian and
	Solaris.

2001-10-09  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-filter.c (g_mime_filter_construct): make sure outptr is
	zeroed out before we read it in g_mime_filter_set_size().

2001-10-06  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-filter-basic.c (filter_filter): Implemented uuencoding.
	(filter_complete): Implemented uuencoding.

	* gmime-utils.c (g_mime_utils_uuencode_close): New function to
	flush the uuencoder.
	(g_mime_utils_uuencode_step): New function to uuencode a block of
	data.

2001-10-05  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	Fixes for c++ compilation

	* gmime-stream*.c: s/template/stream_template

	* gmime-filter*.c: s/template/filter_template

2001-10-04  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_set_stream): If we
	just change the order of operations, we can get away without a
	second stream pointer.

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_substream): Revert.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_substream): Instead of calling
	g_mime_stream_substream(), call the source stream's substream
	method directly. I think this is the better fix for the bug
	Charles just fixed.

2001-10-04  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-stream.c (g_mime_stream_substream): fix refcount stealth
	bug.  Calling this on a buffered stream wound up reffing two
	streams instead of one because of a nested call to
	g_mime_stream_substream().  This took a lot of scaffolding to
	find. :)

	* gmime-data-wrapper.c (g_mime_data_wrapper_set_stream): fix
	refcount paranoia bug.  ref the new *before* unreffing the old
	just in case new==old.
	
	* gmime-filter-basic.[ch]: fix some compiler warnings that I
	introduced yesterday.  (Strange how the same version of gcc finds
	different warnings on different platforms.)

2001-10-03  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_get_content): bugfix for when getting
	the content from a stream-mem.  We were just returning the
	stream-mem's gbytearray buffer, but we need to check against the
	stream's bounds.

	* gmime-filter-basic.[ch]: added support for decoding a uuencoded
	stream; added a placeholder for uuencoding a stream.

	* md5-utils.c: commented out d(x) macro.

2001-10-02  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-buffer.h: buflen should be an ssize_t not a
	size_t. Thanks to Charles for catching this.

2001-10-01  Charles Kerr <charles@rebelbase.com>

	* gmime-filter.c: include <string.h> to pick up memcpy prototype.
	* gmime-stream-mem.c: same.
	* gmime-stream-buffer.c: same.
	* gmime-stream-filter.c: same.

	* gmime-stream-mem.c (stream_flush): added a retval of 0.

	* gmime-filter-crlf.h (g_mime_filter_crlf_new_type): renamed
	prototype as g_mime_filter_crlf_new to sync with .c

	* gmime-part.h: added g_mime_part_set_content_object() prototype.

	* gmime-content-type.h: Replaced <> with "" in #include
	<gmime-param.h>

	* pan-mime-parser.c: added #include gmime-stream-buffer.h to pick
	up prototype for g_mime_stream_buffer_gets.
	(g_strstrbound): removed unused func.

	* gmime-utils.c: on calls to ctype functions, explicitly upcast
	the char arguments as ints to shut up gcc warnings on Solaris.
	* gmime-param.c: same.

2001-09-29  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* pan-mime-parser.c: New parser (with exactly the same API as
	gmime-parser.c) that is meant to parse MIME objects without
	needing them to be memory mapped. Quite a bit slower on average,
	but is vastly sped up by using a GMimeStreamBuffer in BLOCK_READ
	mode.

	* gmime-stream-buffer.c (stream_write): Incremement the stream
	position by the number of bytes we wrote.
	(stream_tell): Return stream->position.
	(stream_substream): Just return a substream of our source stream.
	(g_mime_stream_buffer_gets): Increment the stream position by the
	number of bytes read if and only if we are operating on a buffered
	stream.

2001-09-27  Jeffrey Stedfast  <fejj@ximian.com>

	* gmime-stream-file.c (stream_tell): Return stream->position here
	too.

	* gmime-part.c (g_mime_part_set_pre_encoded_content): Don't decode
	into a stream and then set the data wrapper encoding to the
	incoming encodin