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non port: head/devel/py-repoze.what/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 7

Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 16:04 mva ] Original commit 
371280 devel/aap/Makefile
371280 devel/alf/Makefile
371280 devel/anjuta/Makefile
371280 devel/antlr/Makefile
371280 devel/apr2/Makefile
371280 devel/avro-cpp/Makefile
371280 devel/awscli/Makefile
371280 devel/bicyclerepair/Makefile
371280 devel/boaconstructor/Makefile
371280 devel/boost-python-libs/Makefile

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- Convert ports of devel/ to USES=python

Approved by:	portmgr (implicit)
Sun, 8 Jun 2014
[ 16:30 mva ] Original commit 
357054 devel/py-repoze.what/Makefile
357054 devel/py-repoze.what/pkg-plist
- Remove easy_install dependency
- Convert to PYDISTUTILS_AUTOPLIST
- Bump PORTREVISION to enforce a cleanup for the easy_install references

With hat:	python@
Approved by:	portmgr (implicit)
Mon, 12 May 2014
[ 01:25 gerald ] Original commit 
353757 devel/py-repoze.what/Makefile
353757 devel/py-repoze.what/pkg-descr
- Staging.
- Tweak WWW line in pkg-descr.

PR:		188556
Submitted by:	Bartek Rutkowski <ports@robakdesign.com>
Approved by:	portmgr (blanket pre-approval)
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 17:13 bapt ] Original commit 
327724 devel/k8048/Makefile
327724 devel/kBuild/Makefile
327724 devel/kaptain/Makefile
327724 devel/kcachegrind/Makefile
327724 devel/kdbg/Makefile
327724 devel/kdebindings4/Makefile
327724 devel/kdesdk4/Makefile
327724 devel/kdesvn-kde4/Makefile
327724 devel/kdevelop-kde4/Makefile
327724 devel/kdevelop-pg-qt/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
devel part 3)
Sat, 21 Jan 2012
[ 17:40 eadler ] Original commit 
1.13 astro/p5-Astro-Catalog/Makefile
1.11 astro/p5-Astro-SunTime/Makefile
1.7 astro/py-RO/Makefile
1.10 astro/py-aipy/Makefile
1.3 astro/py-pyfits/Makefile
1.8 audio/calf/Makefile
1.30 audio/gnupod/Makefile
1.3 audio/jack_mixer/Makefile
1.61 audio/muine/Makefile
1.8 audio/p5-Audio-Scrobbler/Makefile

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At the moment 1385 ports use BUILD_DEPENDS= ${RUN_DEPENDS} and 450
ports use BUILD_DEPENDS:= ${RUN_DEPENDS}. This patch fixes ports that are
currently broken. This is a temporary measure until we organically stop using
:= or someone(s) spend a lot of time changing all the ports over.

Explicit duplication > := > = and this just moves ports one step to the left

Approved by:    portmgr
Wed, 7 Apr 2010
[ 13:48 wen ] Original commit 
1.2 devel/py-repoze.what/Makefile
1.2 devel/py-repoze.what/distinfo
- Update to 1.0.9
- Update my email to FreeBSD
Fri, 7 Aug 2009
[ 20:09 miwi ] Original commit 
1.3589 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/py-repoze.what/Makefile
1.1 devel/py-repoze.what/distinfo
1.1 devel/py-repoze.what/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/py-repoze.what/pkg-plist
repoze.what is an authorization framework for WSGI applications,
based on repoze.who (which deals with authentication and
identification).

On the one hand, it enables an authorization system based on the
groups to which the `authenticated or anonymous` user belongs and
the permissions granted to such groups by loading these groups
and permissions into the request on the way in to the downstream
WSGI application.

And on the other hand, it enables you to manage your groups and
permissions from the application itself or another program, under
a backend-independent API. For example, it would be easy for you
to switch from one back-end to another, and even use this framework
to migrate the data.

WWW:    http://what.repoze.org/docs/1.x/

PR:             ports/137459
Submitted by:   Wen Heping <wenheping at gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 7

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