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non port: head/audio/rsynth/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 06:36 bapt ] Original commit 
371234 audio/Maaate/pkg-plist
371234 audio/abcmidi/pkg-plist
371234 audio/abraca/pkg-plist
371234 audio/acoustid-fingerprinter/pkg-plist
371234 audio/afsp/pkg-plist
371234 audio/aften/pkg-plist
371234 audio/alsa-lib/pkg-plist
371234 audio/alsa-plugins/pkg-plist
371234 audio/alsa-utils/pkg-plist
371234 audio/alure/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Tue, 2 Sep 2014
[ 22:38 bapt ] Original commit 
367114 audio/rsynth/pkg-plist
Do not create already packed empty directories
Tue, 11 Oct 2005
[ 19:24 mi ] Original commit 
1.23 audio/rsynth/Makefile
1.5 audio/rsynth/pkg-plist
For over five years this port was depending on audio/nas without
actually using it, because the nas' libaudio was not linked right.

Now that nas is built better, this port's configure find -laudio to be
usable and builds/installs the `nasay' executable (in addition to the
regular `say').

Put `bin/nasay' back into pkg-plist and changes the bogus
build-dependency on audiolib.h to lib-dependency on audio.

While here, remove the explicit requirement for a particular version of
-lgdbm. Rsynth' last release was in 1994 -- whatever libgdbm happens to
be on a FreeBSD system _today_ is going to be just fine.

Bump PORTREVISION.

Notified by:    pointyhat       (via kris)
Tue, 19 Apr 2005
[ 15:57 vs ] Original commit 
1.3 audio/rsynth/pkg-descr
1.4 audio/rsynth/pkg-plist
- Correctly package empty directory
- Remove erroneous information from pkg-descr

Number of commits found: 4

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