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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Mon, 3 May 2010
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New Feature
============
Add a --no-index-fetch option for people who want to use the
--index* options but do not want portmaster to do the fetching.

Cleanup and Fixes
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1. Remove no longer necessary local variable in version()
2. Rework how some initial variables are set. Deriving the values via
   make works, but is very slow. So try to be more intelligent about
   recognizing the standard values for the ones we always need to have.
   * For PORTSDIR and PKG_DBDIR if those variables are not in the
     environment and the standard directories exist, use them.
   * Move the setting of pd (PORTSDIR) up to before the INDEX-related
     items so that we can use ${INDEXDIR:-$pd}
   * The derivation of the INDEX-related stuff wasn't working (since
     we didn't know $pd) and no one has complained, so just use the
     default values from bsd.port.mk unless the user specifies others.
   * If /var/db/ports exists, use it for port_dbdir
3. Indicate that the -[lL] options are not compatible with -FRaefnors,
   updates, or installs
4. In the test to see if we downloaded a new INDEX.bz2 file supply a
   default value for index_time so that if the file did not exist
   previously the test will not fail.

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