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Fri, 4 Sep 2009
[ 22:53 brooks ] Original commit 
1.1976 MOVED
1.1062 audio/Makefile
1.3 audio/slimserver-dynamicplaylist/Makefile
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamicplaylist/distinfo
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamicplaylist/pkg-descr
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamicplaylist/pkg-plist
1.3 audio/slimserver-dynamictransition/Makefile
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamictransition/distinfo
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamictransition/pkg-descr
1.2 audio/slimserver-dynamictransition/pkg-plist

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SlimServer has been superseded by SqueezeCenter for over a year and the
audio/slimserver port has been marked as DEPRECATED for over eight
months.  Remove all SlimServer related ports.

I was unable to contact the maintainer of slimserver-lastfm and
slimserver-slimscrobbler, but they have received no updates since
late 2006.

The other slimserver-* ports were maintained by tdb who approved their
removal (and who maintains squeezecenter-* couterparts for most of
them.)

Prodded by:     erwin
Approved by:    tdb (maintainer), <silence>
Sun, 15 Jul 2007
[ 03:47 brooks ] Original commit 
1.37 audio/slimserver/Makefile
1.19 audio/slimserver/distinfo
1.7 audio/slimserver/files/patch-Slim_Utils_Prefs.pm
1.3 audio/slimserver/files/pkg-install.in
1.8 audio/slimserver/files/slimserver.sh.in
Upgrade to slimserver 6.5.3 see change log for details.

http://www.slimdevices.com/Changelog6.html

Add largely untested support for changing the slimserver user, group,
and database/cache directory with the SLIMUSER, SLIMGROUP, and SLIMDBDIR
make variables.  Make sure the user/group exists before install if you
use a non-standard one.
Thu, 21 Apr 2005
[ 20:05 brooks ] Original commit 
1.13 audio/slimserver/Makefile
1.2 audio/slimserver/files/pkg-install.in
Improve the upgrade process a bit.  It was previously possible for
the log file to be owned by root because most files were opened/created
before the uid was switched to non-root.  That's not the case anymore
so we need to be sure those files are owned by slimserv:slimserv.
This isn't a problem with new installed because they are made
correctly in the rc script, but on upgrades it may be an issue.
Handle this by resetting the permissions of existing files and
directories during the install.

While I'm here, remove some leftover directory creation.  It properly
belongs in the startup script so the files will be created if /var
is clear.

Bump port revision.
[ 05:17 brooks ] Original commit 
1.12 audio/slimserver/Makefile
1.7 audio/slimserver/distinfo
1.2 audio/slimserver/files/CPANfiles
1.1 audio/slimserver/files/patch-Bin_build-perl-modules.pl
1.3 audio/slimserver/files/patch-Slim_Music_Info.pm
1.3 audio/slimserver/files/patch-Slim_Utils_Prefs.pm
1.1 audio/slimserver/files/pkg-install.in
1.3 audio/slimserver/files/pm2port
1.4 audio/slimserver/files/slimserver.sh.in
1.6 audio/slimserver/pkg-install
Upgrade to 6.0.1.

Stop trying to use ports versions of all the CPAN bits and do things the way
the vendor expects.  It's less elegant, but much easier to maintain.  Do build
our own versions of binary modules so we have a chance on all platforms, but
use a slightly modified version of their script to do so (mostly make it
non interactive and fetch the files from DISTDIR/DIST_SUBDIR rather
than direct from slimdevices each build).

Mark RESTRICTED.  The distfiles and the build contain non-restributable bits.
Some of the people building packages for linux are working on a way around
this (not distributing the firmware and using alternate images), but that's
no here yet.

Nagged by:      many :-)
Prodded by:     my dying cd player

Number of commits found: 4

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