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non port: head/games/doomlegacy/files/patch-i_sound.c
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Number of commits found: 3

Tue, 6 Nov 2012
[ 13:15 danfe ] Original commit 
307068 games/doomlegacy/Makefile
307068 games/doomlegacy/distinfo
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-Makefile
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-byteptr.h
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-i_sound.c
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-i_tcp.c
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-makefile
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-sdl+i_system.c
307068 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-sndserv_Makefile
307068 games/doomlegacy/pkg-descr
Overhaul the port to make it usable and up-to-date with the reality:

- Update to version 1.44 alpha3 (unfortunately, for the sake of sane version
  number, have to bump PORTEPOCH)
- Switch to unified SDL media interface (this is what all modern systems
  should use) and stop building and installing no longer required stuff; now
  both sound and music works as expected out of the box
- Switch from kvm(3) kernel memory interface calls to obtain memory stats to
  sysctl(3) to avoid kmem group privileges (setgid bit) requirement
- Get rid of wrapper script by providing better default value of DOOMWADDIR
- Rename X86_ASM option to standard ASM (which already has nice description)
- Change USE_GL knob value from umbrella "yes" to more specific "glu"
- Adjust COMMENT and define LICENSE (GPLv2); really honor CC and CFLAGS
- Utilize PORTDOCS and PLIST_FILES and thus purge pkg-plist
- Trim Makefile header while I'm here per new world order
- Provide better and cleaner port description

Feature safe:	yes
Inspired
by:	http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2012-August/244371.html
Tested on:	i386 only :(
Sat, 18 Feb 2012
[ 10:18 mva ] Original commit 
1.19 Mk/bsd.sdl.mk
1.26 audio/adplay/Makefile
1.110 audio/amarok/Makefile
1.3 audio/clunk/Makefile
1.8 audio/cuberok/Makefile
1.10 audio/drumpiler/Makefile
1.3 audio/etcd/Makefile
1.23 audio/festalon/Makefile
1.27 audio/ksmp3play/Makefile
1.36 audio/lmms/Makefile

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- Update devel/sdl12 to 1.2.15
- Update audio/sdl_mixer to 1.2.15
- Update graphics/sdl_image to 1.2.12
- Update graphics/sdl_ttf to 2.0.11
- Update graphics/sdl_gfx to 2.0.23
- Update net/sdl_net to 1.2.8
- Bump PORTREVISIONs on ports that depend on one or more packages due to
ABI and shared library version changes
- Update Mk/bsd.sdl.mk accordingly for the new shared library versions

Tested by:      exp-run by pav
Sat, 5 Mar 2005
[ 23:17 sem ] Original commit 
1.9 games/doomlegacy/Makefile
1.1 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-i_sound.c
- Add patch to fix sound for ALC650 AC97 Codec on ASUS A7V8X

Submitted by:   glebius
Obtained from:  mplayer

Number of commits found: 3

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