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Number of commits found: 5

Fri, 5 Dec 2014
[ 16:55 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:374057
374057 MOVED
374057 ftp/Makefile
374057 ftp/gftp
374057 ftp/gftp/Makefile
374057 ftp/gftp/distinfo
374057 ftp/gftp/files/patch-ab
374057 ftp/gftp/files/patch-configure
374057 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib-misc.c
374057 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib-protocols.c
374057 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib-pty.c

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- Resurrect, unbreak, stagify, modernize Makefile
- Switch to the tar.bz2 distfile (it is 37% smaller)
- Fix a segmentation fault (patch obtained from Gentoo)
- Define LICENSE (GPLv2) and make GUI compulsory for now (when configured
  for non-GUI, it doesn't install universally required `gftprc' file, and
  generally requires more work to correctly decouple frontend programs)
- Rename one ::-containing patch file, remove unneeded ones
- Cleanup MASTER_SITES, update pkg-plist and pkg-descr
Fri, 8 Aug 2003
[ 13:27 oliver ] Original commit 
1.37 ftp/gftp/Makefile
1.14 ftp/gftp/distinfo
1.3 ftp/gftp/files/patch-ae
1.4 ftp/gftp/files/patch-af
1.4 ftp/gftp/files/patch-configure
1.4 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::sshv2.c
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-src::gtk::transfer.c
1.13 ftp/gftp/pkg-plist
update to 2.0.15.rc2 which fixes several bugs introduced by rc1
Thu, 24 Jul 2003
[ 17:53 oliver ] Original commit 
1.36 ftp/gftp/Makefile
1.13 ftp/gftp/distinfo
1.3 ftp/gftp/files/patch-af
1.3 ftp/gftp/files/patch-configure
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::gftp.h
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::misc.c
1.3 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::sshv2.c
1.12 ftp/gftp/pkg-plist
update gftp to 2.0.15.rc1
Tue, 29 Apr 2003
[ 03:09 edwin ] Original commit 
1.32 ftp/gftp/Makefile
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-configure
1.1 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::misc.c
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::options.h
1.2 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::sshv2.c
update-port: ftp/gftp

        make ssh2 connects working w/o the ssh-askpass utility (fix the
        code how to acquire a [pt]ty pair) The user may still choose the
        ssh-askpass way inside the application. That way is just no longer
        forced (as i did with the last update). Now it's possible to choose
        between direct password-sending from the application, or sending
        the password with the ssh-askass utility.

PR:             ports/51391
Submitted by:   Oliver Lehmann <lehmann@ans-netz.de>
Thu, 2 Jan 2003
[ 19:46 ijliao ] Original commit 
1.26 ftp/gftp/Makefile
1.12 ftp/gftp/distinfo
1.8 ftp/gftp/files/patch-ab
1.4 ftp/gftp/files/patch-ac
1.1 ftp/gftp/files/patch-configure
1.1 ftp/gftp/files/patch-lib::gftp.h
1.3 ftp/gftp/pkg-descr
1.11 ftp/gftp/pkg-plist
upgrade to 2.0.14

PR:             46020
Submitted by:   maintainer

Number of commits found: 5

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