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p5-FreeBSD-Portindex sysutils  Deleted files touched by this commit Incremental FreeBSD ports INDEX file generation
Update to 1.6:
This is a bug fix and general improvement release.  From the change log:
- Incorporate local ports/categories into the INDEX by scanning Makefile.local
for additions to $SUBDIR.  Mentioned on freebsd-ports@freebsd.org by
Rong-En Fan <rafan (at) infor.org>
- Clean up error messages, and factor out common progress counter code.
-  Add a new Category object type, and cope better with changes to categories
(ie. ports being hooked up / unhooked from the tree).  Problem pointed out by
Colin Percival <cperciva (at) freebsd.org>
 - Instead of calling perl to compile exactly the same bit of perl code from
/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.ports.mk about 15,000 times (ie once per port) as a
consequence of actually running 'make describe', just call perl once, use make
to print out the basic variables from the port and replicate the processing
done ourselves.

PR:             99454
Submitted by:   author/maintianer

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