This is a minor bugfix release to the 1.2.6 series of Vacation inspired by looking at the sorts of things Linux distros patch for their own usage.
Vacation no longer builds as -m486 by default, though it will build as 32-bit on AMD64/EM64T because GDBM is not 32/64-bit portable and trying to run a 64-bit version against a 32-bit created GDBM causes it to fail and syslog a success message. This is sub-optimal.
The Makefiles CFLAGS handling has been tidied up a fair bit as a consequence and will hopefully make life a little easier for distributors and it no longer tries to strip the vaclook Perl script on install, which was very silly.
Vacation also now accepts the -i option as well as -I to initialise its database.
2007/01/21 - Forgot to update usage for "-i", tagged 188.8.131.52_usage for release as 184.108.40.206 - Tagged Vacation 220.127.116.11 - PATCHLEVEL in Makefile corrected to '6' (was still '2') - Make clean now removes *~ backup files. - Added -m32 for AMD64 builds, as GDBM is not portable between 32/64 bit and this will break backwards compatibility for existing source users. - Simplified CFLAGS handling for clarity. - Updated man page for "-i". - Add -i option as alias for -I to initialise the database. - Removed -s option for installing vaclook - you can't strip a Perl script! - Fixed typo in ChangeLog - Removed -m486 from non-PPC builds as the distros do this already. - Branched 1.2.6 from 18.104.22.168 for stable support