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Sun, 8 Oct 2000
[ 00:19 asami ]  
unknown audio/afsp/files/md5
unknown audio/afsp/pkg/COMMENT
unknown audio/afsp/pkg/DESCR
unknown audio/afsp/pkg/PLIST
unknown audio/amp/files/md5
unknown audio/amp/patches/patch-aa
unknown audio/amp/pkg/COMMENT
unknown audio/amp/pkg/DESCR
unknown audio/amp/pkg/PLIST
unknown audio/ascd/files/md5

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Convert category audio to new layout.  
Fri, 15 Sep 2000
[ 22:40 will ]  
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/Makefile
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/files/md5
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/patches/patch-aa
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg/COMMENT
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg/PLIST
unknown converters/kdesupport2/Makefile
unknown converters/kdesupport2/files/md5
unknown converters/kdesupport2/pkg/PLIST
unknown editors/koffice/Makefile
unknown editors/koffice/files/md5

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Update to KDE 1.94, the fifth and final beta release of KDE 2.0.  If you   have
not tried KDE 2.0 or haven't done so in awhile (i.e. since July or   before),
you should try this.  This version is extremely stable and offers   better
functionality than before.  This update also introduces the KDE2   modules
kdegraphics and kdemultimedia to our ports tree.  Additionally,   this marks the
first time FreeBSD packages were announced as part of the   KDE2 beta release
announcement!  :-)    

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