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Tue, 19 Apr 2016
[ 14:20 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:413646
413646 Mk/Uses/tcl.mk
413646 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/files/patch-Makefile.in
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/pkg-plist
413646 devel/tcl-mmap/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-signal/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-trf/Makefile
413646 devel/tclbsd/Makefile
413646 devel/tcllauncher/Makefile

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Add "tea" argument to USES=tcl to facilitate porting of TEA-based extensions.

Quoting https://tcl.tk/doc/tea:

"The Tcl Extension Architecture, or TEA, by John Ousterhout and others, is a
set of guidelines and techniques for the distribution, configuration,
compilation, and installation of Tcl extensions. TEA also provides a set of
utilities that operate accordingly. Many Tcl extensions leverage the TEA
utilities, which are designed to be easily customizable."

To facilitate the porting of TEA-based extensions, I have added the new "tea"
argument to USES=tcl. This argument prepares the autoconf environment by
setting GNU_CONFIGURE and sets some commonly used CONFIGURE_ARGS. Also, it
tries to figure out the correct extension name, sets TCL_PKG accordingly, and
adds it to PLIST_SUB.

I have modified a few ports to take advantage of this. More will come.
Fri, 1 Apr 2016
[ 14:00 mat ] Original commit   Revision:412346
412346 databases/R-cran-RMySQL/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite.extfuns/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-sqldf/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi-googledata/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq/Makefile

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Remove ${PORTSDIR}/ from dependencies, categories d, e, f, and g.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Wed, 13 Nov 2013
[ 16:54 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:333710
333710 devel/Makefile
333710 devel/tclvfs
333710 devel/tclvfs/Makefile
333710 devel/tclvfs/distinfo
333710 devel/tclvfs/files
333710 devel/tclvfs/files/patch-Makefile.in
333710 devel/tclvfs/files/patch-generic_vfs.c
333710 devel/tclvfs/pkg-descr
333710 devel/tclvfs/pkg-plist
- New port: devel/tclvfs

The TclVfs project aims to provide an extension to the Tcl language which
allows Virtual Filesystems to be built using Tcl scripts only. It is also a
repository of such Tcl-implemented filesystems (metakit, zip, ftp, tar, http,
webdav, namespace, url)

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tclvfs/

Number of commits found: 3

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