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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Wed, 30 Nov 2011
[ 10:14:01 danfe ] Original commit 
ufraw graphics files touched by this commit Read and manipulate raw images from various digital cameras
- Build extra (dcraw, nikon-curve) executables to better adhere to port
  description and simply provide more functionality by default (install
  dcraw as ufraw-dcraw to avoid conflict with `graphics/dcraw' port)
- Make heavy (due to `graphics/gimp-app' dependency) GIMP plugin off by
  default: this port is most often used for quick command line raw
  conversion, and GIMP pulls way too much stuff unfortunately
- Make Gtk+2 GUI optional (X-less users should appreciate)
- Remove explicit USE_GNOME components (inherited though the mandatory
  dependencies)
- Disable LensFun support by default since processing Canon CR2 files
  results in segmentation fault in lf_lens_interpolate_vignetting()
- Ensure that users' selection of OPTIONS is upheld (remove exists(...)
  checks)
- Rephrase some options' texts, pass --disable-silent-rules option to
  configure script so that build logs could be more useful
- Bump PORTREVISION due to numerous important changes

Feature safe:   yes

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