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non port: head/comms/picocom/files/patch-Makefile
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Number of commits found: 3

Thu, 29 Oct 2015
[ 22:13 pawel ] Original commit   Revision:400481
400481 comms/picocom/Makefile
400481 comms/picocom/distinfo
400481 comms/picocom/files
400481 comms/picocom/files/patch-Makefile
400481 comms/picocom/pkg-descr
- Update to version 2.1, now hosted at GitHub
- Removed need to use gmake or specify ALL_TARGET
- Define LICENSE
- Respect CFLAGS, CPPFLAGS, LDFLAGS during build
- Add DEBUG option

PR:		203842
Submitted by:	Sergey Kozlov
Thu, 31 Mar 2011
[ 15:32 dhn ] Original commit 
1.3 comms/picocom/Makefile
1.3 comms/picocom/distinfo
1.2 comms/picocom/files/patch-Makefile
1.2 comms/picocom/pkg-descr
- Update to 1.6
- Take maintainership
- Fix WWW/pkg-descr [1]

PR:             ports/156047
Submitted by:   N.J. Mann <njm@njm.me.uk> [1]
Sun, 23 Nov 2008
[ 18:22 miwi ] Original commit 
1.199 comms/Makefile
1.1 comms/picocom/Makefile
1.1 comms/picocom/distinfo
1.1 comms/picocom/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 comms/picocom/pkg-descr
As its name suggests, picocom is a minimal dumb-terminal emulation pro-
gram. It is, in principle, very much like minicom(1) , only it's "pico"
instead  of "mini"! It was designed to serve as a simple, manual, modem
configuration, testing, and debugging tool. It has also  served  (quite
well) as a low-tech "terminal-window" to allow operator intervention in
PPP connection scripts (something like the  ms-windows  "open  terminal
window  before / after dialing" feature). It could also prove useful in
many other similar tasks.

WWW:    http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/

Number of commits found: 3

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