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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
found something from the cache
non port: head/dns/bind8/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 9

Mon, 3 Dec 2007
[ 09:43 dougb ] Original commit 
1.1513 MOVED
1.262 chinese/Makefile
1.8 chinese/bind8/Makefile
1.11 chinese/bind8/distinfo
1.85 dns/Makefile
1.55 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.27 dns/bind8/distinfo
1.13 dns/bind8/files/patch-aa
1.6 dns/bind8/files/patch-ab
1.3 dns/bind8/files/patch-ac

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ISC recently announced that BIND 8 has been End-of-Life'd:
http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/bind8-eol.php

Therefore, per the previous announcement, remove the ports for BIND 8.
This includes the chinese/bind8 slave port, and mail/smc-milter which
has a dependency on libbind_r.a from BIND 8.x. The latter has been
unmaintained since 2005, and is 3 versions behind.

Approved by:    portmgr (linimon)
Tue, 28 Aug 2007
[ 00:03 dougb ] Original commit 
1.54 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.14 dns/bind84/Makefile
Begin the de-orbit burn for the beloved, but now more than a bit long
in the tooth BIND 8. As of today (27 August 2007) ISC has announced
that BIND 8 is officially End of Life (EOL) and therefore it's time
to say good-bye.

Please see http://www.isc.org/sw/bind/bind8-eol.php for details on the
reasoning behind the EOL status, the latest security issues, and a
migration guide to help you move toward BIND 9.4.x.

bind8 (BIND 8.3.7) is marked FORBIDDEN due to the predictable query ID
bug (see above) which will not be fixed for this version.

bind84 is marked DEPRECATED, and will be upgraded to 8.4.7-P1 when it
is available.
Mon, 28 Aug 2006
[ 06:03 dougb ] Original commit 
1.53 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.13 dns/bind84/Makefile
1.70 dns/bind9/Makefile
1.20 editors/pico/Makefile
1.86 mail/pine4/Makefile
1.34 textproc/htdig/Makefile
Add OPTIONS to the rest of my ports that need them.

Add CONFLICTS to the bind* ports.
Sat, 29 Oct 2005
[ 07:13 dougb ] Original commit 
1.52 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.25 dns/bind8/distinfo
1.10 dns/bind84/Makefile
1.65 dns/bind9/Makefile
1.5 dns/fpdns/Makefile
1.19 editors/pico/Makefile
1.13 irc/sirc/Makefile
1.7 mail/pine-pgp-filters/Makefile
1.83 mail/pine4/Makefile
1.8 sysutils/shlock/Makefile

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For the ports that I maintain, do the following as appropriate:

1. Add myself as a backup master site (Sourceforge and CPAN ports
already have good enough coverage, so skip them).
2. For all ports that have them, download the PGP signature files.
3. For ports in 2, add a verify target to the Makefile
4. For ports where I was already providing a master site, update the URL.
5. Pet portlint in a couple of places.
Mon, 6 Jun 2005
[ 07:25 dougb ] Original commit 
1.51 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.15 dns/bind8/pkg-plist
Modify MAINTAINER for use with slave ports
Use DOCSDIR

PR:             ports/73186
Submitted by:   leeym
Sun, 21 Mar 2004
[ 07:40 dougb ] Original commit 
1.50 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.8 dns/bind84/Makefile
Argh. Fix plist by not clobbering PLIST_SUB.
Sat, 20 Mar 2004
[ 22:16 dougb ] Original commit 
1.49 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.7 dns/bind84/Makefile
Change the way PORT_REPLACES_BASE_BIND8 works by adding an explicit
variable for replacing includes as well. Users who replaced the base
BIND and then attempted to compile other software with -D_REENTRANT
were having problems because netdb.h has a different definition for
h_errno.

The idea of replacing includes originated with users who wanted to
compile apps against the libbind installed by the port, however those
"power users" can either add the switch to replace includes, or modify
their own includes slightly to use the "safe" location for the port
include files (PREFIX/include/bind).

The PR mentions the problem, along with a cast of thousands. :)

Other tuneups for the port are just portlint appeasements.

PR:             ports/64449
Submitted by:   eik
Thu, 27 Nov 2003
[ 01:47 dougb ] Original commit 
1.48 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.23 dns/bind8/distinfo
Update to 8.3.7, the latest in this branch from ISC. This is a security
fix release, which contains a change to, "apply anti-cache poison
techniques to negative answers." It also removes the view option to
nslookup.
Fri, 5 Sep 2003
[ 04:54 edwin ] Original commit 
1.7 dns/Makefile
1.9 dns/adns/Makefile
1.47 dns/bind8/Makefile
1.3 dns/bind84/Makefile
1.19 dns/bind9-dlz/Makefile
1.50 dns/bind9/Makefile
1.9 dns/ddclient/Makefile
1.18 dns/ddup/Makefile
1.11 dns/dhid/Makefile
1.15 dns/dhisd/Makefile

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Massive repo-copies request: net->dns (partly devel->dns)

PR:             ports/56020
Submitted by:   Kimura Fuyuki <fuyuki@nigredo.org>
Approved by:    portmgr

Number of commits found: 9

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