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non port: head/converters/libiconv/files/patch-ab
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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 18 Mar 2002
[ 09:43 sobomax ] Original commit 
1.4 converters/iconv-extra/Makefile
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::Makefile
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::iso-2022-cn.c
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::iso-2022-jp-2.c
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::iso-2022-jp.c
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::iso-2022-kr.c
1.1 converters/iconv-extra/files/patch-ces::unicode-1-1-utf-7.c
1.4 converters/iconv-rfc1345/Makefile
1.9 converters/iconv/Makefile
1.2 converters/iconv/files/patch-ai

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Iconv cleanup, stage 1a: remove `g' prefix from binaries, headers, libraries and
manpages installed by libiconv (aka GNU iconv) and add similar `b'-prefixes
into components installed by iconv (aka BSD iconv). The reason why we do this
is because unfortunately BSD iconv become abadonware (author doesn't maintain
it anymore), while number of ports that need functional iconv library grows
very fast, thus creating significant overhead due to patches needed to make
ports working with prefixed GNU iconv. For compatibility reasons create
symlinks in GNU iconv, so that all ports that expect GNU iconv to have `g'
prefix should work unmodified until all those `g'-hacks are wiped out.

Prompted by:                    ache
Reviewed by (in principle):     freebsd-ports, freebsd-gnome
Sun, 26 Aug 2001
[ 01:53 mi ]  
unknown converters/libiconv/Makefile
unknown converters/libiconv/distinfo
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ab
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ad
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ae
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-tests
unknown converters/libiconv/pkg-plist
Upgrade to 1.7... Run included tests after the build... Maintainers   (gnome@)
were informed a couple of days ago, but are impressively silent   and I've been
using KDE/libxml2 linked against this library since with   no problem.    
Fri, 9 Feb 2001
[ 19:36 sobomax ]  
unknown converters/libiconv/Makefile
unknown converters/libiconv/distinfo
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-aa
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ab
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ac
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ad
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ae
unknown converters/libiconv/pkg-plist
Update to 1.5.1.    
Mon, 20 Nov 2000
[ 16:57 sobomax ]  
unknown converters/libiconv/Makefile
unknown converters/libiconv/distinfo
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-aa
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ab
unknown converters/libiconv/files/patch-ac
Update to 1.4.    

Number of commits found: 4

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