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non port: head/deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-ltmain.sh
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Number of commits found: 5

Thu, 6 Feb 2003
[ 03:20 marcus ] Original commit 
1.60 MOVED
1.76 deskutils/Makefile
1.51 deskutils/gnucash/Makefile
1.21 deskutils/gnucash/distinfo
1.2 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.8 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-configure
1.3 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-lib::srfi::srfi-8.scm
1.5 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-ltmain.sh
1.3 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-po::ru.po
1.2 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-src::gnome::Makefile.in

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Move gnucash from deskutils to finance.
Wed, 5 Feb 2003
[ 08:33 marcus ] Original commit 
1.50 deskutils/gnucash/Makefile
1.4 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-ltmain.sh
1.19 deskutils/gnucash/pkg-plist
Install the modules .la files.  This is one of the rare exceptions where
this is required to get the application working.
[ 06:12 marcus ] Original commit 
1.49 deskutils/gnucash/Makefile
1.20 deskutils/gnucash/distinfo
1.1 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.7 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-configure
1.3 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-ltmain.sh
1.2 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-po::ru.po
1.2 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-src::Makefile.in
1.1 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-src_doc_Makefile.in
1.18 deskutils/gnucash/pkg-plist
Update to 1.8.0.
Thu, 11 Jul 2002
[ 17:16 sobomax ] Original commit 
1.19 audio/gnomeaudio/Makefile
1.7 audio/gnomeaudio/pkg-plist
1.20 databases/gnomedb/Makefile
1.2 databases/gnomedb/files/patch-po::Makefile.in.in
1.12 databases/gnomedb/pkg-plist
1.18 databases/libgda/Makefile
1.2 databases/libgda/files/patch-po::Makefile.in.in
1.14 databases/libgda/pkg-plist
1.43 deskutils/gnucash/Makefile
1.4 deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-configure

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Convert all core GNOME1 components and some of the most popular GNOME1
apps to bsd.gnomeng.mk. The goal is to make GNOME1 framework more modular,
which will allow to use GNOME1 apps with GNOME2 desktop as well as considerably
reduce langht of dependency chains for GNOME1 ports (for example after this
commit AbiWord's dependency chain was reduced by 7 ports from 57 to only
50, while Gnumeric's - from 60 to 53 and so on).

The most of the GNOME1 apps are still not converted, so that lot of work is
still ahead.

Please report any unusual problems to gnome@FreeBSD.org.

Discussed with: marcus
Reviewed by:    marcus
Thu, 10 Jan 2002
[ 12:10 sobomax ]  
unknown deskutils/gnucash/Makefile
unknown deskutils/gnucash/distinfo
unknown deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-configure
unknown deskutils/gnucash/files/patch-ltmain.sh
unknown deskutils/gnucash/pkg-plist
Update to 1.6.5.    

Number of commits found: 5

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