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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Tue, 8 Jan 2013
[ 04:33:09 gjb ] Original commit   Revision:310063
cfengine sysutils files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Systems administration tool for networks
head/UPDATING
Implement the concept of a "master" port for the set of
sysutils/cfengine* ports.

The idea here is two-fold:

 1.)  Users should not need to ever change port origins
      for a default software version bump;
 2.)  Users should expect to exist an unversioned port
      directory to reflect the latest major version (and
      they should be correct in this expectation).

With this change, users can install the sysutils/cfengine
port, and by default track the latest major version of the
software.  Subsequent version releases, for example the 3.5
branch, will not require any interaction from user side.

Additionally, users can stay on a certain branch release by
adding, in this case, CFENGINE_VERSION version to make.conf
or specifying the branch during build time with:

	# make CFENGINE_VERSION=NN

The list of available CFENGINE_VERSION values are listed
with:

	# make -V VERSIONS

Discussed with:		cy

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