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Wed, 26 Jan 2005
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squid www files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. HTTP Caching Proxy
- Integrate vendor patches as published on
  + Reject malformed HTTP requests and responses that conflict with the HTTP
    This issue is qualified as a security issue by the vendor.
  + PURGE is allowed to delete internal objects (squid bug #1112)
  + Disable Path-MTU discovery on intercepted requests (squid bug #1154)

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- Clean up and correct package list generation. Now installed files
  and directories are visible via PLIST_FILES and PLIST_DIRS.
- Don't claim that squid related files or directories are still present
  after deinstallation when in fact they are not.
- Add "-g" to CFLAGS when WITH_SQUID_STACKTRACES is defined to make this
  option actually useful.

PR:             ports/76628
Submitted by:   maintainer

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