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found something from the cache
non port: head/databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile

Number of commits found: 7

Sat, 26 Jul 2014
[ 10:44 koobs ] Original commit 
362964 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
362964 databases/py-Pyrseas/distinfo
362964 databases/py-Pyrseas/pkg-descr
databases/py-Pyrseas: Unbreak

- Remove BROKEN (switch GH_ACCOUNT)

While I'm here:

- Add TEST_DEPENDS and regression-test target
- pkg-descr: Strip trailing slash from WWW: URL

PR:		191890
Submitted by:	<arcade at b1t dot name> (maintainer)
Mon, 5 May 2014
[ 09:45 bapt ] Original commit 
352986 CHANGES
352986 Mk/Uses/
352986 Mk/Uses/
352986 Mk/Uses/
352986 Mk/
352986 Mk/
352986 Mk/
352986 Mk/
352986 Mk/
352986 Mk/

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Convert all :U to :tu and :L to :tl

Since FreeBSD 8.4 and FreeBSD 9.1 make(1) do support :tu and :tl as a
replacement for :U and :L (which has been marked as deprecated)

bmake which is the default on FreeBSD 10+ only support by default
:tu/:tl a hack has been added at the time to support :U and :L to ease
migration. This hack is now not necessary anymore

Note that this makes the ports tree incompatible with make(1) from
FreeBSD 8.3 or earlier

With hat:	portmgr
Sun, 27 Apr 2014
[ 14:38 antoine ] Original commit 
352425 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
352425 databases/sqldeveloper/Makefile
352425 deskutils/recoll/Makefile
352425 emulators/fmsx/Makefile
352425 graphics/dcraw-m/Makefile
352425 graphics/gimp-gmic-plugin/Makefile
352425 graphics/shotwell/Makefile
352425 math/R-cran-sspir/Makefile
352425 net/whois/Makefile
352425 portuguese/irpf-pt_BR/Makefile

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Mark a few unfetchable ports BROKEN

With hat:	portmgr
Sun, 9 Mar 2014
[ 19:59 antoine ] Original commit 
347689 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
Unbreak on FreeBSD 8.3, it is still supported

Reported by:	pkg-fallout
Sun, 9 Feb 2014
[ 12:34 rm ] Original commit 
343487 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
- fix typo in USE_GITHUB value, introduces in my previous commit. It doesn't
  affect the fetch at all, just a typo.
[ 11:01 rm ] Original commit 
343458 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
343458 databases/py-Pyrseas/distinfo
- update to 0.7.1
- change maintainer's email

while here:
- do not use deprecated easy_install and remove NO_STAGE

PR:		186076
Submitted by:	Volodymyr Kostyrko <>
Wed, 6 Nov 2013
[ 15:04 wg ] Original commit 
333001 databases/Makefile
333001 databases/py-Pyrseas
333001 databases/py-Pyrseas/Makefile
333001 databases/py-Pyrseas/distinfo
333001 databases/py-Pyrseas/pkg-descr
databases/py-Pyrseas: Utilities to upgrade and maintain a relational database

Pyrseas provides a framework and utilities to upgrade and maintain a relational
database. Its purpose is to enhance and follow through on the concepts of the
Andromeda Project (


PR:		ports/181991 (based on)
Submitted by:	Volodymyr Kostyrko <c.kworr>

Number of commits found: 7

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