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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 09:31 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:371247
371247 comms/anyremote/pkg-plist
371247 comms/aprsd/pkg-plist
371247 comms/atslog/pkg-plist
371247 comms/bforce-kst/pkg-plist
371247 comms/bforce/pkg-plist
371247 comms/bluez-firmware/pkg-plist
371247 comms/cdr_read/pkg-plist
371247 comms/chirp/pkg-plist
371247 comms/chu/pkg-plist
371247 comms/congruity/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
[ 13:25 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:351936
351936 CHANGES
351936 Mk/Uses/
351936 Mk/
351936 Mk/
351936 archivers/libcomprex/Makefile
351936 archivers/libdynamite/Makefile
351936 archivers/liborange/Makefile
351936 archivers/librtfcomp/Makefile
351936 archivers/lzo2/Makefile
351936 archivers/ucl/Makefile

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When linking a library libA with a library libB using libtool, if
exists, libtool will add all libraries refers to (dependency_libs
field) to the linker command line and store them in the dependency_libs
field of  So everything that subsequently links with libA will also
link to these extra libraries.  This causes too much overlinking.

This commit modifies Mk/Uses/ so it empties the dependency_libs
field in .la libraries during staging.  However, because .la libraries have
very limited use when dependency_libs is empty it makes sense to completely
remove them during staging.

So with this commit USES=libtool is modified to remove .la libraries and a
new form (USES=libtool:keepla) is introduced in case they need to be kept
(dependency_libs is still emptied).
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Wed, 29 Jan 2014
[ 21:01 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:341781
341781 comms/hidapi/Makefile
341781 comms/hidapi/files/
341781 comms/hidapi/files/patch-libusb-hid.c
341781 comms/hidapi/pkg-plist
- Remove part of a patch that wasn't entirely correct and let the port
  use the WCHAR_T iconv extension instead.
- Add USES=libtool and let libtoolize copy the necessary files instead of
  symlinking them such that they can be patched.
- Add a configure check for libusb_handle_events_completed.
Fri, 3 Jan 2014
[ 20:42 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:338581
338581 comms/Makefile
338581 comms/hidapi
338581 comms/hidapi/Makefile
338581 comms/hidapi/distinfo
338581 comms/hidapi/files
338581 comms/hidapi/files/
338581 comms/hidapi/files/patch-libusb-hid.c
338581 comms/hidapi/pkg-descr
338581 comms/hidapi/pkg-plist
New port comms/hidapi.

HIDAPI is a platform independent library that allows applications to
work with USB HID-Class devices.  While it can be used to communicate
with standard HID devices like keyboards, mice, and joysticks, it is
most useful when used with custom (Vendor-Defined) HID devices.

Number of commits found: 4

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