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non port: head/comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-Makefile
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Number of commits found: 4

Wed, 16 Jan 2013
[ 18:15 db ] Original commit 
310508 comms/ebook2cw/Makefile
310508 comms/ebook2cw/distinfo
310508 comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-Makefile
- Update to 0.8.2 [1]
0.8.2 / 2013-01-04   Fabian Kurz   <fabian@fkurz.net>
	* Time of conversion and speed-up calculations
	* Fixed text command |T0
	* Samplerate of output file now always according to -s parameter (no
	  longer using LAME's own preference for the given bitrate)
	* New text command |v for volume control
	* Chapter splitting now possible by duration (-d seconds)
	  and number of words (-l words) (suggested by DM3KPO)
	* Fix inconsistent numbers for waveforms (0 = sine, 1 = sawtooth,
	  2 = square)
	* Fix OGG/Vorbis headers in CGI mode
	* New CGI mode (make cgibuffered) where the whole sound file is
	  first created temporarily and then sent to the client.
	  This makes it possible to send the Content-Length header.
	* Code cleanup

PR:		ports/175117 [1]
Submitted by: 	Chris Petrik <c.petrik.sosa@gmail.com>
Sat, 16 Apr 2011
[ 16:21 db ] Original commit 
1.4 comms/ebook2cw/Makefile
1.3 comms/ebook2cw/distinfo
1.3 comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-Makefile
- Update to 0.8.1
0.8.1 / 2011-04-04   Fabian Kurz   <mail@fkurz.net>
        * Guessing of file encoding added (-g filename).
        * MP3 CGI fixed (crashed because OGG/Vorbis libs were called)
        * Chapter time now properly resetted after each chapter
        * Added -X switch (test mode: no encoder, no output files)
        * Lame or OGG support can be disabled in the Makefile

- N.B. the port does not support Lame or OGG support choice, both are enabled.
Fri, 11 Feb 2011
[ 14:17 db ] Original commit 
1.3 comms/ebook2cw/Makefile
1.2 comms/ebook2cw/distinfo
1.2 comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-Makefile
- Update to 0.8.0

From vendors change log:

* ebook2cw can now also be compiled to work as a CGI on a webserver
* Support for OGG/Vorbis audio file format added
* Time of created files is now calculated accurately
* Option to add a noise floor with an user definable SNR added [-N]
  (very experimental)
* Waveform can now be set to sine, sawtooth or squarewave. [-T]
* Config files are searched in current directory, ~/.ebook2cw,
  and DESTDIR/share/doc/ebook2cw/examples now. ~/.ebook2cw is
  created if only the last is found. [Linux/Unix only]
Fri, 18 Jul 2008
[ 14:57 db ] Original commit 
1.194 comms/Makefile
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/Makefile
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/distinfo
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/files/patch-ebook2cw.c
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/pkg-descr
1.1 comms/ebook2cw/pkg-plist
- ebook2cw converts text into cw as an mp3 file, useful for learning cw.

Number of commits found: 4

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