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Wed, 5 Oct 2005
[ 23:17:32 trevor ] Original commit 
acroread7 print  Deleted files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Adobe Reader for view, print, and search PDF documents (ENU)
Add ADOBE_LANG variable so slave ports in different languages can
easily be made (Ion-Mihai Tetcu via chinsan).  Let slave ports
PR:     84877
Submitted by:   chinsan

Move RESTRICTED line to a correct place (portlint).

Mention the searching feature in COMMENT.
Submitted by:    hrs

List ja-acroread in CONFLICTS
Submitted by:   hrs

Let slave ports override CONFLICTS.

The license for the Adobe Reader forbids any changes to the installed
files, even inserting the word "FreeBSD" into the wrapper script.
By cleverly spoofing "uname" output we can avoid patching that
Submitted by:   hrs

Remove unneeded USE_LINUX=yes and USE_XLIB=yes, and an erroneous
comment about the need to run brandelf, which were added by netchild.
Also remove his comments about the prefix being wrong.  I am changing
the prefix.  I think that rather than inserting such comments in a
port, it is better to contact the maintainer.

Install under LOCALBASE, rather than LINUXBASE, without registering
in the RPM database.  This addresses the part of PR 84877 about the
port failing to unregister itself on deinstallation.  It also
addresses the part of PR 85827 which requested a different prefix.

Don't install the "acroread" link.  I feel that it has caused more
trouble than it is worth.

Separate do-install and post-install sections are not necessary.
Rename pre-install to do-build so it will be completed by "make

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