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non port: head/audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-plat_freebsd.c
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Number of commits found: 3

Mon, 9 Sep 2002
[ 07:24 alane ] Original commit 
1.71 audio/kdemultimedia2/Makefile
1.20 audio/kdemultimedia2/distinfo
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-cdrom.c
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-kmidi::config.h
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-kscd.cpp
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-plat_freebsd.c
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-wm_helpers.c
1.5 audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg-comment
1.2 audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg-descr
1.23 audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg-plist

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KDE2 is dead. The source is no longer available.
Tue, 4 Dec 2001
[ 03:47 will ]  
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/Makefile
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/distinfo
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-cdrom.c
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-kscd.cpp
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-plat_freebsd.c
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg-plist
unknown deskutils/kdepim/Makefile
unknown deskutils/kdepim/distinfo
unknown deskutils/kdepim/pkg-plist
unknown devel/kdesdk/Makefile

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Upgrade KDE to 2.2.2:    * General:           - Support for objprelink.         
 - Hack for autoconf 2.13/automake 1.4.  Note that we can't use             the
standard USE_AUTO* because they change things in work/*;             KDE has its
own way of doing that.           - Light cleanup of extra dirs in the PLISTs
provided by              my mkplistpkg[1] script.           - Speedups of both
compile and runtime through the usage of             --disable-debug and
--enable-final.  The latter did not work             with the kdemultimedia
package, unfortunately.           - Patch updates.    * audio/kdemultimedia2:   
       - Patch to fix KSCD on FreeBSD[2].  It works very well now.    *
deskutils/kdepim:           - Enable kpilot[3].  Pull in the latest pilot-link
stuff.    * devel/kdesdk,    * devel/kdevelop:           - No specific changes. 
  * devel/qt-designer:           - Make this port depend almost entirely on qt23
to make it more             maintainable, so I don't have to keep hacking the
patches to             get them to apply.    * editors/koffice,    *
games/kdegames,    * graphics/kdegraphics:           - No specific changes.    *
misc/kdeaddons:           - SDL is required now.  Cull SDL PLIST_SUB and such.  
        - Fix breakage from hardcoding "sdl-config".    * misc/kdeutils2:       
   - Fix problem with klaptopdaemon[4] where it didn't properly            
display the battery time.  This patch is untested, but applied.    *
net/kdenetwork2:           - Fix DCC for KSIRC[5].           - Remove ktalkd
from the build.  It requires some weird thing             in the configure
script that I don't have time to look at.    * sysutils/kdeadmin:           - No
specific changes.    * textproc/kdoc:           - Remove bogus requirement that
kdoc requires Perl 5.6.0; it sure             seems to operate fine with >=
5.005.  But I'll let time tell.    * www/quanta:           - No specific changes
(--disable-debug support only).    * x11/kde2:           - No specific changes. 
  * x11/kdebase2:           - Fix ksysguard compile by merging the files from
the HEAD branch             of KDE CVS that were missing at release time for
FreeBSD[6].  :\    * x11/kdelibs2:           - Recognize CUPS' spinoff[7].      
    - Add libxslt dependency since it was removed from kdelibs.           - Fix
libxml compile problems[8] (accomplished by upgrading).           - Remove
libkformula from port Makefile; this library has been             spun off into
koffice.           - Fix mode problems with DCOP[9].  This allows you to save
files             properly.  It also seems to be a FreeBSD specific problem.    
      - Fix bashisms in kdeprint/imagetops script[10].    * x11-clocks/kdetoys2:
          - No specific changes.    * x11-toolkits/qt23:           - Do NOT
upgrade to QT 2.3.2[11].           - Allow devel/qt-designer to depend on this
port entirely for the             patches by adding a perlre to accomplish this.
   * x11-wm/kdeartwork:           - No specific changes.    
Tue, 12 Dec 2000
[ 03:02 kevlo ]  
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/Makefile
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/distinfo
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/files/patch-plat_freebsd.c
unknown audio/kdemultimedia2/pkg-plist
unknown converters/kdesupport2/Makefile
unknown converters/kdesupport2/distinfo
unknown editors/koffice/Makefile
unknown editors/koffice/distinfo
unknown editors/koffice/pkg-plist
unknown games/kdegames2/Makefile

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