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non port: head/deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 11:52 bapt ] Original commit 
371262 deskutils/affiche/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/akamaru/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/appwrapper/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/babytrans/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/basket/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/bitcollider/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/cairo-dock-plugins/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/cairo-dock/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/caja-extensions/pkg-plist
371262 deskutils/cal/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Wed, 24 Oct 2007
[ 23:37 marcus ] Original commit 
1.144 Mk/bsd.gnome.mk
1.562 UPDATING
1.17 accessibility/Makefile
1.1 accessibility/accerciser/Makefile
1.1 accessibility/accerciser/distinfo
1.1 accessibility/accerciser/pkg-descr
1.1 accessibility/accerciser/pkg-plist
1.3 accessibility/at-poke/Makefile
1.2 accessibility/at-poke/pkg-plist
1.61 accessibility/at-spi/Makefile

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Presenting GNOME 2.20.1 and all related works for FreeBSD.  The official
GNOME 2.20 release notes can be found at
http://www.gnome.org/start/2.20/notes/en/ .  Beyond that, this update
includes the new GIMP 2.4 (courtesy of ahze).

The GNOME 2.20 update also includes a huge change in the FreeBSD GNOME
hierarchy.  We are now using the more standard DATADIR of ${PREFIX}/share
rather than ${PREFIX}/share/gnome. The result is that fewer patches and
hacks are needed to port GNOME components to FreeBSD.  This will mean some
user changes may be required, so be sure to read /usr/ports/UPDATING for
more details.

This release and the things we accomplished in it would not have been
possible without mezz's crazy idea to collapse DATADIR, and his persistence
to make it happen successfully.  Ahze and pav also deserve thanks for
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Tue, 18 Nov 2003
[ 04:07 marcus ] Original commit 
1.2 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/Makefile
1.2 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/pkg-plist
* Convert from ${CP} to ${INSTALL_DATA}
* Quiet some portlint warnings

PR:             59399
Submitted by:   maintainer
Fri, 26 Sep 2003
[ 11:11 netchild ] Original commit 
1.95 deskutils/Makefile
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/Makefile
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/distinfo
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/files/patch-Install_RecentlyUsed_Sensor.bin
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/pkg-descr
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/pkg-message
1.1 deskutils/gdesklets-recentlyused/pkg-plist
A very eye candy desklet which displays the most recently used items.

Submitted by:   Jeremy Messenger <mezz7@cox.net>

Number of commits found: 4

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