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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 26 Sep 2013
[ 15:43:36 koobs ] Original commit   Revision:328372
x264 multimedia files touched by this commit Library and tool for encoding H.264/AVC video streams
multimedia/x264: Remove PGO as a default OPTION, Big cleanup.

- Remove PGO as a default option, because RESTRICTED DISTFILES is
  causing >500 package builds to be skipped/ignored. I've found a
  number of more liberally licensed test sequences that can be used
  in a future update.
- Bump PORTREVISION

While I'm here:

- Rename GCC44 option to GCC (4.4 is no longer the default)
- Split out GCC and ASM options, allowing a user to select to use
  a modern GCC version, and continue to opt-in-or-out of ASM
  optimizations for performance comparisons, benchmarks or the like.
- Honour WITH_DEBUG from make.conf in DEBUG option
- Replace USE_GMAKE with USES=gmake
- pkg-descr: Tab -> space in WWW:
- Remove LICENSE_FILE for those listed in bsd.licenses.db.mk
- Remove unused MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR
- Fix COMMENT conditional assignment since there's no slave port
- Remove other vestigial SLAVE_PORT items
- Remove avc2avi related entries (no references in source)
- Remove TARGET_ARCH from CONFIGURE/MAKE environment (no references)
- Remove CFLAGS/LDFLAGS from CONFIGURE_ARGS causing duplication
- Remove pre. and post. mk includes, theyre not needed
- Remove unecessary MGCC sections related to setting COMPILER_PATH
- Remove NO_STAGE=yes, since this port is staging compatible aready
- Whitespace alignment

PR:		ports/171542
Reported by:	tijl
Reviewed by:	tijl, bapt

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

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