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non port: head/graphics/ImageMagick/files/patch-module-path
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Number of commits found: 2

Wed, 7 Nov 2007
[ 05:46 mi ] Original commit 
1.249 graphics/ImageMagick/Makefile
1.111 graphics/ImageMagick/distinfo
1.2 graphics/ImageMagick/files/patch-leak
1.2 graphics/ImageMagick/files/patch-module-path
1.2 graphics/ImageMagick/files/patch-test-filter
1.108 graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-plist
Update from 6.3.5-10 to 6.3.6-9. Some of our patches were accepted
upstream. The tests should work with and without X11. Enable FPX by
default. Resolve all related PRs.

Approved by:    portmgr (linimon)
PR:     67815
PR:     117635
PR:     116874
PR:     114387
Fri, 5 Oct 2007
[ 05:32 mi ] Original commit 
1.246 graphics/ImageMagick/Makefile
1.1 graphics/ImageMagick/files/patch-module-path
1.107 graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-plist
Explicitly disable support for OpenEXR and DjVu by default. These were
never dependencies before, so official packages never contained the
support, but if a local system had them installed, ImageMagick would try
to use them -- and sometimes fail.

Also add a patch, that modifies the module-searching algorithm from
/always/ checking the compiled-in constant path, to only checking it, if
an environment variable is not set. This fixes a problem with testing,
where a module installed by an earlier version of the software could be
used by the newly built version, that's being tested.

This port has too many options -- perhaps, support for the most common
things (like PNG, JPEG, and GIF) should be permanent...

Number of commits found: 2

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