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authorSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2010-12-31 21:53:21 +0200
committerSergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org.ua>2010-12-31 22:00:10 +0200
commit79d50145c61bb725de932955c86cf96f275f60b3 (patch)
tree8bbf667bfe1a0fcd0abcf36c9f6cad5be47b2708 /po
parentb6671a035bf23e10299749504cd26c33ab4ea004 (diff)
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Remove guimb.
It was inoperational since 2009-03-27 and nobody complained, so it seems to not be reclaimed at all. FWIW, it will be easy to recreate it entirely in Scheme, should the need be. * guimb/.gitignore: Remove. * guimb/Makefile.am: Remove. * guimb/collect.c: Remove. * guimb/guimb.h: Remove. * guimb/main.c: Remove. * guimb/util.c: Remove. * Makefile.am (GUIMB_DIR): Remove. [MU_COND_LIBMU_SCM] (SCHEME_DIR): New variable. (SUBDIRS): Add SCHEME_DIR instead of GUIMB_DIR. * configure.ac (MU_GUILE_SIEVE_MOD_DATA): Remove substitution. (AC_CONFIG_FILES): Remove guimb and guimb/scm, add scheme * guimb/scm/.gitignore: move to scheme/.gitignore * guimb/scm/Makefile.am: move to scheme/Makefile.am * guimb/scm/README: move to scheme/README * guimb/scm/mimeheader.scm: move to scheme/mimeheader.scm * guimb/scm/numaddr.scm: move to scheme/numaddr.scm * guimb/scm/redirect.scm: move to scheme/redirect.scm * guimb/scm/reject.scm: move to scheme/reject.scm * guimb/scm/sieve-core.scm: move to scheme/sieve-core.scm * guimb/scm/sieve.scm.in: move to scheme/sieve2scm.scmi * guimb/scm/vacation.scm: move to scheme/vacation.scm
Diffstat (limited to 'po')
-rw-r--r--po/POTFILES.in4
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/po/POTFILES.in b/po/POTFILES.in
index 949a0b004..5f84135ac 100644
--- a/po/POTFILES.in
+++ b/po/POTFILES.in
@@ -13,10 +13,6 @@ frm/common.c
frm/frm.c
frm/from.c
-guimb/collect.c
-guimb/main.c
-guimb/util.c
-
imap4d/auth_gsasl.c
imap4d/auth_gss.c
imap4d/bye.c

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