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It is unusual in that it is a complete, standalone, HTTP server and proxy rather a Apache/mod_php plugin. Prayer maintains persistent connections to the IMAP server and is written entirely in C. Consequently it is much faster than most open source Webmail interfaces and puts very little load on either the machines running the Web server or the backend IMAP servers (even if traditional Unix format mailfolders are in use).
Prayer uses its own macro expansion language for the HTML it outputs. This package contains the programs and scripts needed to build template libraries, as well as a makefile to facilitate the process.
How to build new template packages for Prayer Webmail ================================================= Prayer uses its own macro expansion language, which is documented in TEMPLATES. The templates (filename extension .t) are first translated into C code (actually no executable code, merely data structures), which is then compiled to object form. Originally, the object files had to be linked with more»
prayer (1.3.3-dfsg1-3) unstable; urgency=high * ipv6_v6only.patch (new): Set the IPV6_V6ONLY socket option on AF_INET6 sockets; since Prayer by default enumerates available address families and calls bind() once for each, conflicts will occur otherwise. -- Magnus Holmgren <email@example.com> Thu, 16 Dec 2010 20:16:41 +0100 prayer (1.3.3-dfsg1-2) unstable; urgency=high * Con more»
`$Cambridge: hermes/src/prayer/docs/DONE,v 1.63 2010/07/20 10:26:57 dpc22 Exp $ 20/07/2010 ========== Release: Prayer 1.3.3 08/07/2010 ========== Better handling of complex multipart messages: Rather than just displaying the first text/plain or text/html that we can find in the top, (leaving people to access sections for the other parts), display the entire tree: multipart/alternative are more»
This package was debianized by Magnus Holmgren <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 24 Oct 2006 21:08:34 +02 more»