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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Wed, 13 Nov 2002
[ 14:05:31 netchild ] Original commit 
cdrdao audio  Deleted files touched by this commit Record CD-R[W]s in disk-at-once mode
- give maintainership from ports to submitter

From submitter:
- Remove the devel/pccts BUILD_DEPENDS, there's no need to depend on it as
  cdrdao ships it's own version (but use the pccts-port if it happens to be
  installed in order to speed up things).
- Add a knob to build toc2mp3 (a tool encode an audio cd-image to a set of
  mp3 files, see Release-1.1.6), makes this port depend on audio/lame.
- Use the FreeBSD INSTALL-macros to install the 4 (5 when building toc2mp3)
  files that are not yet installed by them, much faster than going through
  the whole makfile-tree.
- Don't install extra documentation when NOPORTDOCS is defined (pkg-plist
  was already correct).
- Remove pkg-message, POSIX scheduling is part of the GENERIC kernel since
  FreeBSD 4.0-RELEASE and it's options are different for 3-stable, 4-stable
  and 5.0-current. Therefore it's ugly to explain for what options to check
  on what FreeBSD-version. Don't install README.FreeBSD for the same reason.
- Don't copy a getopt.h to ${WRKSRC}/utils, it's neither required nor gets
  picked up.
- Respect PTHREAD_LIBS, respect CC/CFLAGS when compiling Joerg Schiling's
  SCSI library (the later is recycled sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ad).
- Don't build librscg and rscsi (remote-scsi) of the SCSI library, they
  aren't required by cdrdao and the later fails to link anyway because
  _somewhere_ in the makefile-tree libcam no longer gets passed forward
  in $SCSILIB.
- Fix compilation on 5.0-current.
- Add support for FreeBSD/sparc64.

Submitted by:   marius@alchemy.franken.de

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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