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himalaya-0.9.0~0-bp156.1.8 RPM for x86_64

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Name: himalaya Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP6
Version: 0.9.0~0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp156.1.8 Build date: Mon May 13 17:59:07 2024
Group: Productivity/Networking/Email/Clients Build host: i04-ch4d
Size: 16330088 Source RPM: himalaya-0.9.0~0-bp156.1.8.src.rpm
Summary: Command-line interface for email management
Command-line interface for email management.






* Mon Sep 04 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Rewrite _service file to work around
* Mon Aug 28 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.9.0:
    * Added 3 new cargo features:
      + pgp-commands: enables the commands PGP backend (enabled by default, same behaviour as before)
      + pgp-gpg: enables the GPG backend (requires the gpgme lib on the system)
      + pgp-native: enables the native PGP backend
    * Added account configuration pgp to configure the way PGP operations are performed.
    * Moved email-writing-encrypt-cmdto pgp.encrypt-cmd.
    * Moved email-reading-decrypt-cmd to pgp-decrypt-cmd.
    * Moved email-writing-sign-cmd to pgp.sign-cmd.
    * Moved email-reading-verify-cmd to pgp.verify-cmd.
* Tue Jul 18 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.8.4:
    * Fixed windows releases due to cargo deps typo.
* Tue Jul 18 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.8.3:
    * Fix windows releases due to coredump crate compilation error.
    * Fix macos releases due to macos 12 System Integrity Protection.
* Tue Jul 18 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.8.2:
    * Made the code async using the tokio async runtime.
    * On Linux, made the kernel keyring the default one (the one based on keyutils).
    * Fixed the way folder aliases are resolved. In some case, aliases were
      resolved CLI side and lib side, which led to alias errors sourcehut#95.
* Fri Jun 23 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.8.1:
    * Implemented OAuth 2.0 refresh token flow for IMAP and SMTP,
      which means that access tokens are now automatically refreshed
      and is transparent for users.
    * Added imap-oauth2-redirect-host and smtp-oauth2-redirect-host
      options to customize the redirect server host name (default: localhost).
    * Added imap-oauth2-redirect-port and smtp-oauth2-redirect-port
      options to customize the redirect server port (default: 9999).
    * Added email-listing-datetime-fmt to customize envelopes datetime
      format. See format spec here.
    * Added email-listing-local-datetime to transform envelopes datetime's
      timezone to the user's local one. For example, if the user's local
      is set to UTC, the envelope date 2023-06-15T09:00:00+02:00
      becomes 2023-06-15T07:00:00-00:00.
    * Fixed missing < and > around Message-ID and In-Reply-To headers.
* Fri Jun 09 2023 Gus Kenion <>
  - Update to 0.8.0:
    * Added keyring support, which means Himalaya can now use your system's global keyring to get/set sensitive data like passwords or tokens.
    * Added required IMAP option imap-auth and SMTP option smtp-auth. Possible values: passwd, oauth2.
    * Added OAuth 2.0 support for IMAP and SMTP.
    * Added passwords and OAuth 2.0 configuration via the wizard.
    * Added email-sending-save-copy option to control whenever a copy of any sent email should be saved in the sent folder defined in folder-aliases.
    * Imported id mapper from the lib, which means that the id mapping is now done by the CLI.
    * Added BackendConfig to AccountConfig::backend to match sender implementation.
    * Added support for pipeline commands, which means commands can be either a single command (string) or piped commands (list of strings). It applies for:
      + email-writing-verify-cmd
      + email-writing-decrypt-cmd
      + email-writing-sign-cmd
      + email-writing-encrypt-cmd
    * Changed release archive extensions from .tar.gz to .tgz.
    * Moved wizard module into domains (config, account, backend…).
    * [BREAKING] Changed the way secrets are managed. A secret is a sensitive data like passwords or tokens. There is 3 possible ways to declare a secret in the config file:
      + { raw = <secret> } for the raw secret as string (unsafe, not recommanded),
      + { cmd = <secret-cmd> } for command that exposes the secret,
      + { keyring = <secret-entry> } for entry in your system's global keyring that contains the secret.
      This applies for:
      + imap-passwd
      + imap-oauth2-client-secret
      + imap-oauth2-access-token
      + imap-oauth2-refresh-token
      + smtp-passwd
      + smtp-oauth2-client-secret
      + smtp-oauth2-access-token
      + smtp-oauth2-refresh-token
    * Fixed Windows releases corrupted archives.
    * [BREAKING] Removed -s|--sanitize option. It is done by default now, except if the -t|--mime-type html is set.
    * [BREAKING] Removed native-tls support, rustls-tls is now the only TLS provider available. Removed in consequence native-tls, rustls-tls and rustls-native-certs cargo features.
* Mon May 01 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.7.3:
    * Fixed Windows releases (due to typo in the github action script).
    * Fixed unit tests.
* Mon May 01 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.7.2:
    * Added create and delete folder commands [sourcehut#54].
    * Added generated completions and man pages to releases
    * Added new account config option sync-folders-strategy which allows
      to choose a folders synchronization strategy [sourcehut#59]:
      + sync-folders-strategy = "all": synchronize all existing folders
      for the current account
      + sync-folders-strategy.include = ["folder1", "folder2", …]:
      synchronize only the given folders for the current account
      + sync-folders-strategy.exclude = ["folder1", "folder2", …]:
      synchronizes all folders except the given ones for the current
    * Also added new account sync arguments that override the account
      config option:
      + -A|--all-folders: include all folders to the synchronization.
      + -F|--include-folder: include given folders to the
      synchronization. They can be repeated -F folder1 folder2 or -F folder1 -F folder2.
      + -x|--exclude-folder: exclude given folders from the
      synchronization. They can be repeated -x folder1 folder2 or -x folder1 -F folder2.
    * Added cargo features native-tls (default), rustls-tls and
    * Made global options truly global, which means they can be used
      everywhere (not only before commands but also after) [sourcehut#60].
    * Replaced reply all -a argument with -A because it conflicted
      with the global option -a|--account.
    * Replaced himalaya-lib by pimalaya-email.
    * Renamed feature vendored to native-tls-vendored.
    * Removed the develop branch, all the development is now done on the
      master branch.
    * Fixed config deserialization issue with email-hooks and email-reading-format.
    * Fixed flags case sensitivity.
* Tue Feb 14 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.7.1:
    * Added command folders expunge that deletes all emails marked for
    * Changed the location of the documentation.
    * Fixed broken links in
    * Removed the maildir-backend cargo feature, it is now included by
    * Removed issues section on GitHub, now issues need to be opened by
      sending an email at ~soywod/
* Wed Feb 08 2023 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.7.0:
    * Added offline support with the account sync command to synchronize
      a backend to a local Maildir backend [#342].
    * Added the flag --disable-cache to not use the local Maildir backend.
    * Added the email composer (from its own repository) [#341].
    * Added Musl builds to releases [#356].
    * Added himalaya man command to generate man page [#419].
    * Made commands read, attachments, flags, copy, move,
      delete accept multiple ids.
    * Flipped arguments ids and folder for commands copy and move
      in order the folder not to be considered as an id.
    * Fixed missing folder aliases [#430].
    * Removed the -a|--attachment argument from write, reply and
      forward commands. Instead you can attach documents directly from
      the template using the syntax <#part filename=/path/to/you/document.ext>.
    * Removed the -e|--encrypt flag from write, reply and forward
      commands. Instead you can encrypt and sign parts directly from the
      template using the syntax <#part type=text/plain encrypt=command
    * Removed the -l|--log-level option, use instead the RUST_LOG
      environment variable (see the wiki)
* Wed Oct 12 2022 Michael Vetter <>
  - Update to 0.6.1:
    * Added -s|--sanitize flag for the read command.
    * Changed the behaviour of the -t|--mime-type argument of the read
      command. It is less strict now: if no part is found for the given
      MIME type, it will fallback to the other one. For example, giving
    - t html will show in priority HTML parts, but if none of them are
      found it will show plain parts instead (and vice versa).
    * Sanitization is not done by default when using the read command,
      the flag -s|--sanitize needs to be explicitly provided.
    * Fixed empty text bodies when reading html part on plain text email
* Tue Oct 11 2022 Michael Vetter <>
  - Initial package of himalaya 0.6.0 for openSUSE



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