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New Features:
=============
1. When running through the config phase a list of things to be installed
and/or upgraded will be generated. This list will then be presented to
the user for confirmation before proceeding.
2. Add a --no-confirm option to suppress this new feature.
3. When using portmaster in an X terminal window that supports updating
the title you will now see a status update for what port is being
built, and as appropriate what dependency of that port and an (N/M)
counter. Thanks to ehaupt for the push on this, as well as some testing
and sample code.
4. Make the "yes or no" prompts (hopefully) more clear by adding "y/n"
to the text of the message, e.g., "===>>> Do you want to live? y/n [y] "

Feature expansion:
==================
Do a more thorough job of tracking things that should fall into the
--packages-build/--delete-build-only category. I.e., if something is
a run dependency of a port or ports that themselves are only build
dependencies, add it to the build_only_dl_g anyway.

New internals:
=============
1. Add a uniquify_list function so that internal lists of variables
can be made unique. Start using it for some of the new stuff, and
in clean_build_only_list().
2. Add a pm_cd_pd() which will cd into the port directory or error out
with an appropriate message.
3. Start using pm_cd_pd() where appropriate, including in a couple of
new places where we have to go back to the port directory after cd'ing
around elsewhere due to the new update_build_l().
4. Make some other cd/pm_cd invocations consistent

Cleanups:
=========
1. Instead of saving some of the new variables unconditionally in
safe_exit() move the things that are only done in the config phase
to that section, and move build_deps_il to the !config section.
2. Since $new_port may be set as a side effect of the new "Terminal
title" feature, conditionalize it for the "main" process.
3. Remove the old RCS Id stuff since I'm not using it

Bug fix:
========
In safe_exit() when doing multiports and we interrupt the process
the attempt to print the INSTALLED_LIST was not successful. So move
all of the related code into a test for INSTALLED_LIST's existence,
and just print the whole list (even if it has only one item) in both
the -a (as it was already) and multiport cases.

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