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That makes sense, thanks.
It's purely an extension. Right off their website:
Enigmail is a security extension to Mozilla Thunderbird and
Seamonkey. It enables you to write and receive email messages signed
and/or encrypted with the OpenPGP standard.
There's also a -bin package that follows the same naming pattern I
believe. Maybe rename both?
On 11/24/2013 12:13 AM, aur-general-request(a)archlinux.org wrote:
> David Manouchehri wrote:
>>> Not completely sure about this one, but think we should delete
>>> enigmail? It's out of date and the plugin can be downloaded
>>> straight through Thunderbird's add-on manager.
> The maintainer hasn't updated the package despite its having been
> flagged out-of-date for months. There are also some comments
> including one about a 404'd source URL from over a month ago, so I
> have disowned the package.
> It should not be deleted simply because the plugin is available via
> Thunderbird's add-on manager. It is often very useful to be able to
> install plugins for all users via a system package. This is why
> packages are provides for other Mozilla add-ons, such as
> firefox-adblock-plus in [community].
> Does the package include any stand-alone functionality? If not,
> then it should be renamed "thunderbird-enigmail". I see that there
> are multiple enigmail packages on the AUR, but only some of them
> use the "thunderbird-" prefix.
> Regards, Xyne
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