libemail-date-perl 1.104-1 source package in Ubuntu


libemail-date-perl (1.104-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
  * Update build dependencies.
  * debian/upstream: update to new resources (github).
  * debian/copyright: switch formatting to Copyright-Format 1.0.

 -- gregor herrmann <email address hidden>  Mon, 30 Sep 2013 18:21:25 +0200

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libemail-date-perl_1.104-1.debian.tar.gz 3.1 KiB f5dbbabeeb8b8839e2c9afbf359ffdd8768434ca97876c34aa88fd40db3d306b

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libemail-date-perl: Perl module for correct formatting of dates in emails

 RFC 2822 defines the Date: header. It declares the header a required
 part of an email message. The syntax for date headers is clearly laid
 out. Still, even a perfectly planned world has storms. The truth is, many
 programs get it wrong. Very wrong. Or, they don't include a Date: header
 at all. This often forces you to look elsewhere for the date, and hoping
 to find something.
 For this reason, the tedious process of looking for a valid date has been
 encapsulated in this software. Further, the process of creating RFC
 compliant date strings is also found in this software.