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non port: head/archivers/p7zip-codec-rar/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 19 Oct 2014
[ 23:12 bapt ] Original commit 
371222 archivers/arj/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/bzip2/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/dact/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/deco/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/epkg/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/fpc-bzip2/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/fpc-paszlib/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/fpc-unzip/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/freetar/pkg-plist
371222 archivers/gtar/pkg-plist

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Clean up plist
Thu, 2 Jan 2014
[ 00:20 rakuco ] Original commit 
338410 UPDATING
338410 archivers/Makefile
338410 archivers/p7zip-codec-rar
338410 archivers/p7zip-codec-rar/Makefile
338410 archivers/p7zip-codec-rar/pkg-descr
338410 archivers/p7zip-codec-rar/pkg-plist
338410 archivers/p7zip/Makefile
338410 archivers/p7zip/files/7z
338410 archivers/p7zip/pkg-plist
- Modernize and simplify the archivers/p7zip port's Makefile by getting rid
  of some sed calls, supporting staging.
- Set LICENSE for the port. [1]
- Get rid of the MINIMAL and MODULES options. They were not very useful and
  its handling was needlessly complicating the Makefile logic. We now always
  build as if MINIMAL was unset.
- Stop installing the p7zip and Client7z wrappers.
- Move the installation of the RAR decompression codec to
  archivers/p7zip-codec-rar, as its source code uses a more restrictive
  license than the LGPL21 used for the rest of the code base.

PR:		ports/185238 [1]
Submitted by:	Hardy Schumacher <hardy.schumacher@gmx.de> [1]

Number of commits found: 2

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