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Number of commits found: 12

Thu, 24 Oct 2013
[ 10:26 koobs ] Original commit 
331473 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
331473 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
331473 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-plist
converters/py-unicdecode: Update to 0.04.14, Enable STAGE and auto-plist

- Update to 0.04.14
- Enable auto plist generation & remove pkg-plist accordingly
- Enable STAGE support

While I'm here:

- Whitespace alignment
- Re-order a couple of Makefile entries

Changes: 2013-09-20 unidecode 0.04.14

 * Revert transliteration for Latin characters with umlauts back
   to language-neutral, unaccented characters.
 * Added transliterations for circled numbers, letters and ordinals.
 * Minor fixes to rarely used punctuation characters.

PR:		ports/183136
Submitted by:	Douglas Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net>
Approved by:	maintainer
Mon, 3 Jun 2013
[ 08:21 culot ] Original commit 
319761 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
319761 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
319761 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.04.13

PR:		ports/179186
Submitted by:	Douglas William Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Tue, 29 Jan 2013
[ 07:36 culot ] Original commit 
311154 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
311154 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- Update to 0.04.12

PR:		ports/175667
Submitted by:	Douglas William Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Mon, 21 Jan 2013
[ 07:55 culot ] Original commit 
310750 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
310750 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- Update to 0.04.11

PR:		ports/175463
Submitted by:	Douglas William Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Sun, 2 Dec 2012
[ 05:35 rm ] Original commit 
308089 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
308089 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- update to 0.04.10
- trim Makefile header
- fix plist for python >= 32

PR:		174036
Submitted by:	rm (myself)
Approved by:	Douglas Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Feature safe:	yes
Tue, 21 Feb 2012
[ 21:36 jgh ] Original commit 
1.8 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.7 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
1.2 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-descr
- Update to 0.04.9

From ChangeLog:

2011-09-23 unidecode 0.04.9

* Fixed Python 2.5 installation issue.

2011-09-22 unidecode 0.04.8

* License change to GPL to fit better with other Python modules and
to remove the issue of depending on Perl for licensing terms.
* Always return a string object on Python 2.x. Before this patch,
unidecode() returned a unicode object on Python 2.x if the input
was a unicode object that contained ASCII characters. Behaviour
on Python 3.x remains unchanged. (thanks to Wesley Yarde)

PR:     ports/165344
Submitted by:   maintainer, douglas@douglasthrift.net
Tue, 5 Apr 2011
[ 06:20 culot ] Original commit 
1.7 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.6 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- Update to 0.04.7

PR:             ports/156190
Submitted by:   Douglas William Thrift <douglas AT douglasthrift.net>
(maintainer)
Fri, 18 Feb 2011
[ 06:16 vanilla ] Original commit 
1.6 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.5 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
1.3 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-plist
Upgrade to 0.04.6

PR:             ports/154856
Submitted by:   maintainer
Feature safe:   yes
Sat, 16 Oct 2010
[ 14:44 sunpoet ] Original commit 
1.5 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.4 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- Update to 0.04.5

Changes:
  * Unit test fixes.

PR:             ports/151483
Submitted by:   Douglas William Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Approved by:    pgollucci (mentor, implicit)
Wed, 13 Oct 2010
[ 02:35 wen ] Original commit 
1.4 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.3 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
1.2 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.04.4

PR:             ports/151417
Submitted by:   Douglas William Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net> (maintainer)
Sun, 17 Jan 2010
[ 05:56 lwhsu ] Original commit 
1.3 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.2 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
- Update to 0.04.3

PR:             ports/142899
Submitted by:   Douglas William Thrift <douglas AT douglasthrift.net>
(maintainer)
Wed, 4 Nov 2009
[ 14:37 miwi ] Original commit 
1.167 converters/Makefile
1.1 converters/py-unidecode/Makefile
1.1 converters/py-unidecode/distinfo
1.1 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-descr
1.1 converters/py-unidecode/pkg-plist
What Unidecode provides is a function, 'unidecode(...)' that
takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII characters
(i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 and 0x7F).
The representation is almost always an attempt at *transliteration*
-- i.e., conveying, in Roman letters, the pronunciation expressed by
the text in some other writing system. (See the example above)

WWW: http://code.zemanta.com/tsolc/unidecode/

PR:             ports/139858
Submitted by:   Douglas Thrift

Number of commits found: 12

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