ifile 1.3.9-4 source package in Ubuntu


ifile (1.3.9-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control
    - (Standards-Version): Update to 3.9.2.
    - (Description): Make first line more compact (lintian).
  * debian/copyright
    - (Copyright): Add missing headers.
    - (Format): Update URL.
  * debian/debian-autotools.mk
    - Delete; no longer needed.
  * debian/ifile.lintian-overrides
    - Correct match line.
  * debian/rules
    - Remove include and clean up config.* files (FTBFS; Closes: #643164).
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Mon,  17 Oct 2011 10:59:04 +0000

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Jari Aalto
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File Size SHA-256 Checksum
ifile_1.3.9.orig.tar.gz 188.2 KiB f18f751b33fb867586be5b44277434dff7f4431cc8897ec7bf8e1f8c91ecb1ff
ifile_1.3.9-4.debian.tar.gz 10.5 KiB 2dce03ee4c83544253ed8813369b3babdc7602c3241a4c398ad8b4b5cac25c55
ifile_1.3.9-4.dsc 1.8 KiB 32d9e7516e56821e4504c49d736a704663581f59a63f0eacbfc3c44bb7b52e4a

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ifile: spam filter capable of learning

 A text filter that uses machine learning to classify texts into
 groups. ifile works great as a spam filter. The text is classified by
 a simple statistical method called Naive Bayes, which basically
 considers each text an unordered collection of words and classifies
 by matching the distribution with the most closely matching group
 distribution. Alternatives to ifile are annoyance-filter, bogofilter,
 spamoracle, and spamprobe.