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Number of commits found: 5

Sat, 9 Nov 2013
[ 11:31 wg ] Original commit   Revision:333280
333280 archivers/laszip/Makefile
333280 archivers/laszip/pkg-descr
archivers/laszip: allow staging

- Allow staging
- Use single space for WWW

PR:		ports/183798
Submitted by:	maintainer
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 13:11 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:327699
327699 archivers/9e/Makefile
327699 archivers/advancecomp/Makefile
327699 archivers/amigadepacker/Makefile
327699 archivers/aolserver-nszlib/Makefile
327699 archivers/arc/Makefile
327699 archivers/arj/Makefile
327699 archivers/ark/Makefile
327699 archivers/bicom/Makefile
327699 archivers/bzip/Makefile
327699 archivers/bzip2/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Fri, 22 Mar 2013
[ 20:06 makc ] Original commit   Revision:314960
314960 archivers/laszip/Makefile
314960 astro/qlandkartegt/Makefile
314960 astro/stellarium/Makefile
314960 audio/acoustid-fingerprinter/Makefile
314960 audio/aften/Makefile
314960 audio/alure/Makefile
314960 audio/amarok-kde4/Makefile
314960 audio/arss/Makefile
314960 audio/audex/Makefile
314960 audio/ccaudio2/Makefile

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- convert USE_CMAKE to USES
- while here clean up some ports from CMAKE_VERBOSE, which is intended
  for users

Approved by:	portmgr (miwi)
Tue, 18 Dec 2012
[ 07:57 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:309150
309150 archivers/bzip/Makefile
309150 archivers/bzip2/Makefile
309150 archivers/deb2targz/Makefile
309150 archivers/deco/Makefile
309150 archivers/gzip/Makefile
309150 archivers/javatar/Makefile
309150 archivers/jzlib/Makefile
309150 archivers/kbackup/Makefile
309150 archivers/laszip/Makefile
309150 archivers/lbzip2/Makefile

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For a number of ports in archives category, trim the header and drop leading
indefinite article from COMMENT line; also fix few noticed styles bugs while
I am here.
Wed, 11 Jan 2012
[ 19:50 cs ] Original commit 
1.269 archivers/Makefile
1.1 archivers/laszip/Makefile
1.1 archivers/laszip/distinfo
1.1 archivers/laszip/pkg-descr
1.1 archivers/laszip/pkg-plist
LASzip is a compression library for compressing ASPRS LAS format data. It has
been provided as an LGPL-licensed stand-alone software library to allow other
softwares that handle LAS data to read and write LASzip-compressed data. The
BSD-licensed libLAS and the LGPL-licensed LASlib can take advantage of LASzip
to read and write compressed data.

LASzip is completely lossless. It compresses bulky LAS files into compact LAZ
files that are only 10-20 percent of the original size, accurately preserving
every single bit.

PR:             ports/163956
Submitted by:   Rainer Hurling <>
Approved by:    glarkin@ (mentor)

Number of commits found: 5

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