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non port: head/chinese/xemacs/files/xemacs20.sh
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Sun, 14 Oct 2007
[ 10:10 vd ] Original commit 
1.18892 /CVSROOT/modules
1.1498 MOVED
1.69 Mk/bsd.emacs.mk
1.261 chinese/Makefile
1.15 chinese/mule-freewnn/Makefile
1.6 chinese/mule-freewnn/pkg-descr
1.31 chinese/xemacs/Makefile
1.4 chinese/xemacs/distinfo
1.4 chinese/xemacs/files/Emacs
1.2 chinese/xemacs/files/patch-af

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Remove expired Emacs ports and the surrounding expired ports:
2007-08-19 chinese/mule-freewnn: emacs19 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 chinese/xemacs: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please use a
more recent version
2007-08-19 converters/mule-ucs-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete;
please use a more recent version
2007-08-19 devel/eieio-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/apel-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/bitmap-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete;
please use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/emacs19: emacs19 is obsolete; please use a more recent
version
2007-08-19 editors/emacs20: "editors/emacs is recommended instead for new
installations"
2007-08-19 editors/flim-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/mule-common: emacs19 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/mule: emacs19 and related ports are obsolete; please use a
more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/semi-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
2007-08-19 editors/speedbar-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete;
please use a more recent version
2007-08-19 irc/irchat-pj-emacs20: emacs20 and related ports are obsolete; please
use a more recent version
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Wed, 5 Jul 2000
[ 13:37 tg ]  
unknown audio/rplay/Makefile
unknown audio/rplay/files/rplayd.sh
unknown chinese/xemacs/files/xemacs20.sh
unknown comms/conserver/Makefile
unknown comms/conserver/files/conserver.sh
unknown comms/hylafax/files/hylafax.sh.sample
unknown comms/qpage/Makefile
unknown comms/qpage/files/qpage.sh
unknown databases/msql/Makefile
unknown databases/msql/files/msql2.sh

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As threatened on freebsd-ports: all startup scripts know about the two   options
`start' and `stop' now (unless I have forgotten any). This allows   us to call
the scripts from /etc/rc.shutdown with the correct option.    

Number of commits found: 2

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