./mail/roundcube-plugin-carddav, CardDAV adapter for Roundcube

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 4.0.4nb1, Package name: php73-roundcube-plugin-carddav-4.0.4nb1, Maintainer: triaxx

This is a plugin for the Roundcube webmailer to access CardDAV servers like
owncloud, davical, a Google addressbook or a davmail server.

RCMCardDAV supports autodiscovery of your addressbook url via .well-known URLs
so you can just point it to your servers base url.

Master sites:

SHA1: 7035a68b392c7e698f5dbcfe7be7eea1d7dff21a
RMD160: 9b3077fb513eb3c524b9e3ab445d0f56aed97118
Filesize: 67.467 KB

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   2021-03-11 15:35:52 by =?UTF-8?B?RnLDqWTDqXJpYyBGYXViZXJ0ZWF1?= | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
roundcube-plugin-carddav: Fix PLIST

pkgsrc changes:
  * PLIST has been fixed but the use of php-composer to install
    dependencies does not seem to be a good idea since the list of
    installed files has changed although the version of carddav has not.
  * Bump revision.
   2021-03-01 13:42:27 by =?UTF-8?B?RnLDqWTDqXJpYyBGYXViZXJ0ZWF1?= | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
roundcube-plugin-carddav: Add missing patch
   2021-02-26 14:17:36 by =?UTF-8?B?RnLDqWTDqXJpYyBGYXViZXJ0ZWF1?= | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
roundcube-plugin-carddav: Update to 4.0.4

pkgsrc changes:
  * The main maintainer seems to have changed. The GitHub repository has been
    updated accordingly.
  * Since the vendor dependencies has been removed from the Github release, we
    use php-composer to resolve them.

upstream changes:
Version 4.0.4 (to 4.0.3)
  o Fix #321: Boolean settings in presets caused errors when trying to store
    the preset's addressbooks to the database
  o Fix #322: The refresh time string from admin presets was not converted to
    seconds, causing errors or wrong values when storing the preset's
    addressbooks to the database
  o Fix #324: Changes not immediately visible with postgresql (delete contact,
    add/remove contact to/from group)
  o Fix: spurious error returned when creating VCard on Google

Version 4.0.3 (to 4.0.2)
  o Allow release 1.0 of carddavclient in composer dependencies
  o No changes to the plugin itself

Version 4.0.2 (to 4.0.1)
  o Fix #316: Incompatibility with Sabre/VObject version 4 preventing saving
    contacts using custom labels
  o Fix: Default refresh time set to 1 sec in settings

Version 4.0.1 (to 4.0.0)
  o Fix: Plugin version was not shown in about window for tarball installations
  o Fix: Collation behavior was case-insensitive for MySQL (only). Now unified
    across the different supported DBMS.
  o Fix #306: With MySQL, sync failure could occur when several custom labels
    where used that only differed in case (effect of previous issue).
  o Fix #308: With SQLite, the initial sync after adding a new addressbook was
    not automatically triggered.

Version 4.0.0 (to 3.0.3)
This release contains changes to DB schema. The database will be migrated
automatically upon login to roundcube.
  o All changes from 4.0.0-alpha1
  o Fix: Deletion of empty CATEGORIES-type groups
  o Fix: Delete CATEGORIES-type groups from DB that become empty during a sync
  o Fix: Renaming of empty CATEGORIES-type groups
  o Fix: During deletion, do not rely on the DB's ON CASCADE DELETE because
    this is disabled by default for SQLite
  o Fix: It was not possible to discover multiple addressbooks for an admin
    preset because of a wrong UNIQUE constraint in MySQL
  o Fix: Catch exceptions thrown inside the plugin (avoid "white page" \ 
on error)
  o Increase the maximum lengths of password, email and url fields
  o Use transactions to synchronize concurrent operations on the same
    addressbook (data consistency issues may still occur with MySQL because of
    roundcube DB layer bug). For details, see DBSYNC.md.
  o Unified database indexes across the different database backends: Create
    indexes for foreign key columns (PostgreSQL, SQLite)
  o Fixed issues in the migration scripts and added SQL scripts showing the
    current DB schema
  o Update hungarian translation (thanks to @tsabi)

Version 4.0.0-alpha1 (to 3.0.3)
Note: The Changelog for this version is not complete
This is an alpha release because I did not perform any tests on it.
Nevertheless, it has many bugs fixed and I encourage you to upgrade and report
issues as you find them. The last release 3.0.3 has many issues that have been
fixed with in v4. I push this release early mainly because of the security
issue reported. I'll continue working on remaining issues I want to fix (note:
all of them are also present in 3.0.3) for v4 and I intend release a more
tested version and a more detailed changelog within the next weeks.
  o Security issue: It was possible to read data from other user's
    addressbooks. Depending on the configuration, it might also have been
    possible to change data in their addressbooks. Thanks to @cnmicha for
    reporting this issue. This issue affects all previously released versions
    of RCMCardDAV using a database cache.
  o Many bugs you reported and several more I discovered during refactoring
    have been fixed.
  o The password scheme now defaults to encrypted (if you have not configured a
    password scheme, this will take effect automatically for newly stored
    password. If you don't want this, configure a password scheme in
  o The URL is not changeable after creation of an addressbook anymore. It used
    to work in specific, but not all cases. As the behavior is potentially
    broken and not easy to fix, it is removed for now.
  o The two kinds of contact groups (VCard-based vs. CATEGORIES-based) are not
    transparently supported to the possible extent. The configuration switch is
    only meaningful concerning the type of group used when a new group is
    created from RCMCardDAV. See details here.
  o The CardDAV interaction is moved to a library. It is essentially a complete
    rewrite of the code communicating with the CardDAV servers and includes
    interoperability tests with many common servers, see here.