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Number of commits found: 5

Fri, 15 Aug 2014
[ 10:11 marino ] Original commit 
364956 MOVED
364956 archivers/unzip-iconv
364956 archivers/unzip/Makefile
364956 archivers/unzip/distinfo
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-iconv-patch-unix_unix.c
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-iconv-patch-unix_unxcfg.h
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-iconv-patch-unzip.c
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-iconv-patch-unzpriv.h
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-iconv-patch-zipinfo.c
364956 archivers/unzip/files/extra-ko-patch-fileio.c

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Merge 4 unzip slave ports into archivers/unzip as non-default options

It is practically impossible to use any of the unzip slave ports.  This
is because archivers/unzip is used by the ports infrastruction (via
USES=zip, USES=zip:infozip) and each slave port conflicts with it.
If you install the slave port first, then the port infrastructure can't
install archivers/unzip (although if attempted, the extracts dependency
might be satisfied by the slave port so it might actually work).

In any case, this change:
  * Adds "iconv" support as an non-default option
  * Add a localization group that can have zero or one selection
  * That group contains Chinese, Korean, or Russian support
  * WITH_UNZIP_UNREDUCE support was removed (I'm not sure it even worked)
  * Makefile was simplified (several loops removed)
  * Removes unzip-iconv, Chinese, Korean, Russian slave ports

PR:		190349
Reported by:	Mikhail Rokhin
Unzip overhaul:	marino
Approved by:	maintainer (ehaupt@)
Mon, 26 Oct 2009
[ 13:27 ache ] Original commit 
1.65 archivers/unzip/Makefile
1.17 archivers/unzip/distinfo
1.5 archivers/unzip/files/patch-aa
1.4 archivers/unzip/files/patch-ab
1.2 archivers/unzip/files/patch-fileio.c
1.2 archivers/unzip/files/patch-inflate.c
1.2 archivers/unzip/files/patch-process.c
1.3 archivers/unzip/files/patch-unix_unix.c
1.2 archivers/unzip/files/patch-unzpriv.h
Upgrade to 6.0

PR:             139971
Wed, 26 May 2004
[ 17:57 ache ] Original commit 
1.48 archivers/unzip/Makefile
1.13 archivers/unzip/distinfo
1.3 archivers/unzip/files/patch-aa
1.3 archivers/unzip/files/patch-ab
1.8 archivers/unzip/pkg-descr
Upgrade to 5.51
Tue, 29 Jul 2003
[ 03:41 ache ] Original commit 
1.42 archivers/unzip/Makefile
1.2 archivers/unzip/files/patch-ab
Use better ../ & control vulnerability fix

Submitted by:   ITO Tsuyoshi <tsuyoshi@is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Mon, 28 Jul 2003
[ 14:43 ache ] Original commit 
1.41 archivers/unzip/Makefile
1.1 archivers/unzip/files/patch-ab
Close vulnerability with control char between two dots.
Allow 255 char in file names.

Number of commits found: 5

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