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Details of mail-client/mutt:

Description: A small but very powerful text-based mail client
Homepage:
http://www.mutt.org/

available versions:

releasesalphaamd64armhppaia64mipsppcppc64ppc macoss390shsparcx86USE-Flagsdependenciesebuild warnings
mutt-1.11.1 ~~~~~~~~---~~berkdb
crypt
debug
doc
gdbm
gnutls
gpg
gpgme
+hcache
idn
+imap
kerberos
libressl
+lmdb
mbox
nls
nntp
notmuch
pgp_classic
pop
qdbm
+sasl
selinux
slang
smime
smime_classic
+smtp
+ssl
tokyocabinet
vanilla
prefix
show
failed to remove files, please file a bug
Please note that the crypto related USE-flags of mutt have changed.
To remove some unclarity, the following USE-flags are renamed:
(see https://bugs.gentoo.org/637176)
  crypt -> pgp_classic
  gpg   -> gpgme
  smime -> smime_classic
The old USE flags still work but their use is deprecated and will
be removed in a future release.  Please update your package.use
  Note that gpgme (old gpg) includes both pgp and smime
  support.  You can probably remove pgp_classic (old crypt)
  and smime_classic (old smime) from your USE-flags and
  only enable gpgme.
Note: in order for Mutt to actually use the gpgme backend
      you MUST include 'set crypt_use_gpgme=yes' in .muttrc
      https://dev.mutt.org/doc/manual.html#crypt-use-gpgme
show
mutt-1.10.1-r1 ~~~~~~~~---~~berkdb
crypt
debug
doc
gdbm
gnutls
gpg
gpgme
+hcache
idn
+imap
kerberos
libressl
+lmdb
mbox
nls
nntp
notmuch
pgp_classic
pop
qdbm
+sasl
selinux
slang
smime
smime_classic
+smtp
+ssl
tokyocabinet
vanilla
prefix
show
failed to remove files, please file a bug
Please note that the crypto related USE-flags of mutt have changed.
To remove some unclarity, the following USE-flags are renamed:
(see https://bugs.gentoo.org/637176)
  crypt -> pgp_classic
  gpg   -> gpgme
  smime -> smime_classic
The old USE flags still work but their use is deprecated and will
be removed in a future release.  Please update your package.use
  Note that gpgme (old gpg) includes both pgp and smime
  support.  You can probably remove pgp_classic (old crypt)
  and smime_classic (old smime) from your USE-flags and
  only enable gpgme.
Note: in order for Mutt to actually use the gpgme backend
      you MUST include 'set crypt_use_gpgme=yes' in .muttrc
      https://dev.mutt.org/doc/manual.html#crypt-use-gpgme
show
mutt-1.10.1 +++~+~++---++berkdb
crypt
debug
doc
gdbm
gnutls
gpg
gpgme
+hcache
idn
+imap
kerberos
libressl
+lmdb
mbox
nls
nntp
notmuch
pgp_classic
pop
qdbm
+sasl
selinux
slang
smime
smime_classic
+smtp
+ssl
tokyocabinet
vanilla
prefix
show
failed to remove files, please file a bug
Please note that the crypto related USE-flags of mutt have changed.
To remove some unclarity, the following USE-flags are renamed:
(see https://bugs.gentoo.org/637176)
  crypt -> pgp_classic
  gpg   -> gpgme
  smime -> smime_classic
The old USE flags still work but their use is deprecated and will
be removed in a future release.  Please update your package.use
  Note that gpgme (old gpg) includes both pgp and smime
  support.  You can probably remove pgp_classic (old crypt)
  and smime_classic (old smime) from your USE-flags and
  only enable gpgme.
Note: in order for Mutt to actually use the gpgme backend
      you MUST include 'set crypt_use_gpgme=yes' in .muttrc
      https://dev.mutt.org/doc/manual.html#crypt-use-gpgme
show
Legend:
+ stable
~ testing
- not available
some ebuild warning depend on specific use-flags or architectures, all ebuild-warnings are shown.


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