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found something from the cache
non port: head/devel/linux_libusb/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 8 Jun 2014
[ 19:51 olgeni ] Original commit 
357070 audio/py-pylast/Makefile
357070 audio/sphinxbase/Makefile
357070 biology/seqtools/Makefile
357070 cad/brickutils/Makefile
357070 cad/kicad-devel/Makefile
357070 cad/pcb/Makefile
357070 chinese/msttf/Makefile
357070 converters/asr10/Makefile
357070 converters/bibtexconv/Makefile
357070 databases/luasql-postgres/Makefile

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Remove all space characters from Makefile assignments.

No functional changes included.

CR:		D193 (except math/sedumi)
Approved by:	portmgr (bapt)
Tue, 18 Mar 2014
[ 19:50 nox ] Original commit 
348592 devel/Makefile
348592 devel/linux_libusb
348592 devel/linux_libusb/Makefile
348592 devel/linux_libusb/distinfo
348592 devel/linux_libusb/pkg-descr
Add new port devel/linux_libusb:

linux-libusb takes advantage of FreeBSD libusb(8) library, which got
prepared to work correctly within linux(4) emulation layer. It lets
you to take Linux binary linked with libusb.so and use it on
FreeBSD.

Additional information: This port has been prepared under FreeBSD
with kern.osreldate = 1000510. It relies on the fact the libusb(8)
API seems to be stable and no changes have been made to internal API
for a long time. If this assumption isn't true, port won't work.
Please submit bug report to the port maintainter in that case.

WWW: http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-usb/2014-March/012854.html

PR:		ports/146895 (older version)
Submitted by:	wkoszek (PR), nox (self, this version)

Number of commits found: 2

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