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Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library and I'll put it to good use.
found something from the cache
non port: head/devel/mime/files/md5
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 8 Oct 2000
[ 02:10 asami ]  
unknown devel/ElectricFence/files/md5
unknown devel/ElectricFence/patches/patch-aa
unknown devel/ElectricFence/patches/patch-ab
unknown devel/ElectricFence/pkg/COMMENT
unknown devel/ElectricFence/pkg/DESCR
unknown devel/ElectricFence/pkg/PLIST
unknown devel/ORBacus/files/md5
unknown devel/ORBacus/patches/patch-aa
unknown devel/ORBacus/patches/patch-ab
unknown devel/ORBacus/patches/patch-ac

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Convert category devel to new layout.  
Tue, 20 Jun 2000
[ 00:33 jmg ]  
unknown devel/mime/Makefile
unknown devel/mime/files/md5
unknown devel/mime/pkg/COMMENT
unknown devel/mime/pkg/DESCR
unknown devel/mime/pkg/PLIST
add a C library for mime/rfc822 parsing:   This package allows you to decode
multipart mime messages. I wrote   this so that my cgiparse libary can
understand multipart/form-data.   I was looking at the various ways of doing it
with out designing an   entire library. After thinking about the problem, there
were to many   edge cases, and designing an entire library would be better. This
is   the results of the work. It definately could use some cleaning up.    

Number of commits found: 2

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