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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Tue, 15 Sep 2009
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New Features
============
1. The -x option can now be specified more than once.
2. The --list-origins option will list origins from root and leaf ports
for use in rebuilding all ports (for example after a major version upgrade).
This requires moving ports_by_category() up into the --features section

Improvements
============
1. Error checking for -f and -i now fails instead of silently unsetting -i
2. In dependency_check():
a. Switch to $origin instead of $d_port in several places to make the
messages to the user more clear and consistent
b. $origin is also better for check_interactive()
c. Move check_exclude down to after CONFLICTS check, and use $iport
if it exists. This is more consistent with how check_exclude() usually
works
3. Prefix DEPTH, PARENT_PID and EXCL environment variables with PM_
4. Tighten up multiport by saving confirmed directories into a temporary
list, then running check_exclude() and check_interactive() against
each item of the temporary list, then adding to the final list
5. Execute make in a subshell and unset some of the more unwieldy
environment variables in that shell. (Suggestions and testing by avg)

Details for -x:
===============
1. Since there may be multiple arguments for PM_EXCL, use export not $ARGS
2. Move the error checking into getopts
3. In check_exclude() go through each pattern in turn

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

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