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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
found something from the cache
non port: head/chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
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Number of commits found: 5

Thu, 11 Oct 2007
[ 19:35 vd ] Original commit 
1.18885 /CVSROOT/modules
1.555 LEGAL
1.1497 MOVED
1.260 chinese/Makefile
1.9 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
1.2 chinese/emacs20/files/Emacs
1.5 chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
1.2 chinese/emacs20/files/emacs20-xim-20000713.diff
1.3 chinese/emacs20/pkg-message
1.182 comms/Makefile

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Remove expired leaf ports:
2007-07-21 graphics/xpcd: is an abandoned project and might be vulnerable
2007-07-29 comms/ixj: does not work on any supported FreeBSD version
2007-08-19 chinese/emacs20: "editors/emacs is recommended instead for new
installations"
2007-08-22 java/collections: only needed for jdk1.1, which is obsolete
Sun, 20 May 2001
[ 08:02 clive ]  
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
It's possible to use Chinese with liece IRC client.    
Sat, 16 Dec 2000
[ 02:20 clive ]  
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
Typo fix:    
[ 02:14 clive ]  
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
Add comments in sample dot.emacs about yes/no consistency and   font-lock and
pc-selection-mode.    
Fri, 1 Dec 2000
[ 04:49 keith ]  
unknown chinese/emacs20/Makefile
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/Emacs
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/emacs20-xim-20000713.diff
unknown chinese/emacs20/pkg-message
Initial version.  A L10N Emacs that can act as an XIM client.    

Number of commits found: 5

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