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Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library and I'll put it to good use.
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non port: head/chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/pkg-descr
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Sun, 1 May 2011
[ 19:18 bapt ] Original commit 
1.2411 MOVED
1.292 chinese/Makefile
1.28 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/Makefile
1.8 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/distinfo
1.11 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-Makefile
1.3 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-acfiles_check_sys.m4
1.2 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-leif_Makefile.am
1.7 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-leif_configure.ac
1.4 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-leif_newpy_xaux_aux_so.c
1.4 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-leif_newpy_xaux_aux_win.c

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Removed ports that depends on iiimf expired ports + they are abandonware

japanese/iiimf-le-freewnn
japanese/iiimf-le-canna
chinese/iiimf-le-newpy
korean/iiimf-le-hangul
chinese/iiimf-le-ude
Mon, 21 Dec 2009
[ 02:19 dougb ] Original commit 
1.2 archivers/jzlib/pkg-descr
1.4 archivers/sectar/pkg-descr
1.2 archivers/unadf/pkg-descr
1.2 archivers/unfoo/pkg-descr
1.3 archivers/unmakeself/pkg-descr
1.7 astro/gpsdrive/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/ptiger/pkg-descr
1.3 astro/pyweather/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/stars/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/weatherget/pkg-descr

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For ports maintained by ports@FreeBSD.org, remove names and/or
e-mail addresses from the pkg-descr file that could reasonably
be mistaken for maintainer contact information in order to avoid
confusion on the part of users looking for support. As a pleasant
side effect this also avoids confusion and/or frustration for people
who are no longer maintaining those ports.
Sun, 28 Dec 2003
[ 11:41 edwin ] Original commit 
1.170 chinese/Makefile
1.1 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/Makefile
1.1 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/distinfo
1.1 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-leif_newpy_PYIM.h
1.1 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/pkg-descr
1.1 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/pkg-plist
New port: iiimf-*

        IIIMF stands for Internet/Intranet Input Method Framework.
        IIIMF is designed to be the next generation of input method framework
        which provides the following capabilities;

        * Multiplatform, platform independent.
        * Multlingual and Full UNICODE support, but satisfactory for native
speakers.
        * Windowing System Independent.
        * Multiple language engines concurrently run.
        * Multiuser.
        * Distributed, lightweight clients and scalable server.
        * Extensible in multiple means.
        * Input method protocol efficient enough to be used over low-speed modem
          connection.
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