Saturday, March 23, 2013

Pidgin-sipe updated to 1.15.0

Built with video and audio support, for precise and quantal.

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 - Feature #3578135: Support Kerberos for HTTP(S) authentication w/o SSPI (Stefan Becker)
          * effective for all platforms that support --with-krb5
          * this triggered a series of cleanup & simplification changes and
            functionality & memory leak fixes in the sip-sec modules
          * special thanks to Jarek Polok for the logs and testing
        - Feature #3594094: Add HTTPS to autodiscover probe (Stefan Becker)
        - Feature #3607040: Simple button to disable calendar integration (Stefan Becker)
        - Fixed #3603228: Crash on 1.14.1 when connecting to server (Stefan Becker)
        - Fixed #3604671: sip uri with apostrophe is not valid (Stefan Becker)
        - fixed HTTP redirect crash (Stefan Becker)
        - unified Single Sign-On handling in all places (Stefan Becker)
          * if SSO is enabled then "Login" & "Password" settings are ignored
          * SSO is now off by default for new accounts
          * NOTE: if you do *NOT* use SSO, then be sure to disable it in the
                  "Advanced" tab of the account settings after updating!
        - added implementation for HTTP "WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate" scheme (Stefan Becker)
          * effective for all platforms that support --with-krb5
          * it will try Kerberos first, then fall back to NTLM
          * valid Kerberos Single Sign-On setup will be detected automatically
          * setup for a mixed Kerberos/NTLM HTTP environment:
            - login name:     DOMAIN\account
            - password:       domain password
            - authentication: Kerberos
            - Single Sign-On: OFF(!)          (see above)
        - enabled TLS-DSK support in Windows SSPI version
        - TLS-DSK: don't ask for password if SSPI or Kerberos are compiled in
        - Farstream 0.1.1 compatibility fix (Jakub Adam)
        - support conf:sip: meeting URIs (Jakub Adam)
        - updated Adium port (Michael Lamb)