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non port: head/games/kye/files/pkg-message.in
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Number of commits found: 3

Tue, 3 Dec 2013
[ 16:34 nemysis ] Original commit 
335578 games/kye/Makefile
335578 games/kye/files/pkg-message.in
335578 games/kye/pkg-descr
- Change master sites
- Change maintainer email to @FreeBSD.org
- Add DOCS Option
- Support STAGEDIR
- Change pkg-message
- Use only one WWW

Approved by:	pawel / wg (mentors, implicit)
Wed, 13 Mar 2013
[ 05:48 beech ] Original commit 
314028 games/kye/Makefile
314028 games/kye/distinfo
314028 games/kye/files/pkg-message.in
314028 games/kye/pkg-descr
314028 games/kye/pkg-plist
tfiles for Distilator
- Merge kye and kye-data
- Remove all Notes

PR:		ports/173271
Submitted by:	nemysis <nemysis@gmx.ch> (maintainer)
Sat, 4 Aug 2012
[ 21:59 jgh ] Original commit 
302035 games/Makefile
302035 games/kye
302035 games/kye/Makefile
302035 games/kye/distinfo
302035 games/kye/files
302035 games/kye/files/pkg-message.in
302035 games/kye/pkg-descr
302035 games/kye/pkg-plist
add new port: games/kye

This is a clone of the game Kye for Windows, originally by Colin Garbutt. It
is a puzzle game, which is a little like the old falling-rocks puzzle games,
and perhaps also inspired a little by Sokoban. But Kye has more variety of
objects, and so is capable of posing quite complex puzzles.

This clone is written by Colin Phipps <cph@moria.org.uk> in Python and uses
gtk. So it will run on modern Linux systems easily enough, and indeed should
work on any system with working Python and pygtk. It works on Windows as well,
for instance.

WWW: http://games.moria.org.uk/kye/

PR:	ports/170311
Submitted by:	nemysis@gmx.ch

Number of commits found: 3

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