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Number of commits found: 3

Sun, 19 Jul 2015
[ 20:33 hrs ] Original commit 
392534 MOVED
392534 Mk/bsd.tex.mk
392534 UPDATING
392534 devel/Makefile
392534 devel/tex-kpathsea/Makefile
392534 devel/tex-kpathsea/distinfo
392534 devel/tex-kpathsea/files/patch-Makefile.in
392534 devel/tex-kpathsea/files/patch-texmf.cnf
392534 devel/tex-kpathsea/pkg-plist
392534 devel/tex-libtexlua

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Update TeXLive to TL2015.

- print/texlive-infra was renamed with print/texlive-tlmgr.
  Note that currently tlmgr(1) does not work because of
  lack of TLPDB.  This will be fixed.

- Lua libraries used in LuaTeX are separated into
  devel/tex-libtexlua and devel/texlibtexluajit.
  USE_TEX supports them via keywords "texlua" and "texluajit".

- libsynctex is currently installed by devel/tex-web2c.
  This will be separated into a single port.

- Add graphics/libpotrace and use installed libpotrace
  and libharfbuzz.
Fri, 22 Aug 2014
[ 11:04 hrs ] Original commit 
365637 Mk/bsd.tex.mk
365637 devel/tex-kpathsea/Makefile
365637 devel/tex-kpathsea/distinfo
365637 devel/tex-kpathsea/files/patch-Makefile.in
365637 devel/tex-kpathsea/files/patch-texmf.cnf
365637 devel/tex-kpathsea/pkg-plist
365637 devel/tex-web2c/Makefile
365637 devel/tex-web2c/distinfo
365637 devel/tex-web2c/pkg-plist
365637 japanese/tex-ptex/Makefile

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Update TeXLive to 2014.

- Note that full support of configuration tools such as tlmgr and texconfig
  is not ready yet.

- Most of dviware now supports libpaper to choose the default papersize.
  Use paperconfig(8) utility or print/papersize-default-* packages.

- Some quite old macros of the age of latex209 have been removed, and
  there are user-visible/invisible incompatibilities.  Please send a report
  to freebsd-tex@FreeBSD.org or file a PR if you have trouble.
Wed, 22 May 2013
[ 08:26 hrs ] Original commit 
318747 Mk/bsd.tex.mk
318747 devel/tex-kpathsea/Makefile
318747 devel/tex-kpathsea/files/patch-Makefile.in
318747 devel/tex-kpathsea/pkg-plist
318747 japanese/tex-ptex/Makefile
318747 japanese/tex-ptex/pkg-plist
318747 print/Makefile
318747 print/tex-dvipdfmx/Makefile
318747 print/tex-dvipsk/Makefile
318747 print/texlive-base/Makefile

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- Fix duplicated pkg-plist entries.
- Split off documentation to print/texlive-docs from print/texlive-texmf.
  The document part was 1.3GB (30k files).  Now the size of texlive-texmf
  package is 557MB (this was 1.5GB before the split).
- do-texhash, do-fmtutil, do-updmap targets now run after post-install.

Number of commits found: 3

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