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Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 6 Nov 2012
[ 13:15 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:307068
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 :(
Sun, 28 Mar 2004
[ 17:01 pav ] Original commit 
1.6 games/doomlegacy/Makefile
1.2 games/doomlegacy/distinfo
1.2 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-doomlegacy::linux_x::i_sound.c
1.2 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-doomlegacy::linux_x::linux.c
1.2 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-doomlegacy::t_prepro.h
1.2 games/doomlegacy/files/patch-makefile
1.1 games/doomlegacy/files/wrapper.sh
1.3 games/doomlegacy/pkg-descr
1.2 games/doomlegacy/pkg-message
1.3 games/doomlegacy/pkg-plist
- Update to 141

PR:             ports/62895 (based on)
Submitted by:   No Name <arundel@gmx.net>
Approved by:    maintainer timeout (6 weeks)
Fri, 25 Apr 2003
[ 11:53 olgeni ] Original commit 
1.2 games/doomlegacy/pkg-descr
Fix WWW entry.
Fri, 17 Jan 2003
[ 05:21 edwin ] Original commit 
1.514 games/Makefile
1.1 games/doomlegacy/Makefile
1.1 games/doomlegacy/distinfo
1.1 games/doomlegacy/pkg-comment
1.1 games/doomlegacy/pkg-descr
1.1 games/doomlegacy/pkg-message
1.1 games/doomlegacy/pkg-plist
New port: games/doomlegacy

        Doomlegacy is popular clone of Doom game.

PR:             ports/37536
Submitted by:   Alexander G. Chetirbock <bock@bock.nnov.ru>

Number of commits found: 4

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