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non port: head/graphics/entangle/files/patch-src_backend_entangle-device-manager.c
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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 8 Nov 2014
[ 21:27 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:372329
372329 graphics/entangle/Makefile
372329 graphics/entangle/distinfo
372329 graphics/entangle/files/patch-src_backend_entangle-device-manager.c
372329 graphics/entangle/pkg-plist
- Update to version 0.6.0
- Define GLIB_SCHEMAS to prevent crash on startup
- Fix camera auto-detection after generic USB devd(8) events were changed
  from "fake" attach to notify
Mon, 16 Sep 2013
[ 03:54 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:327364
327364 graphics/entangle/Makefile
327364 graphics/entangle/distinfo
327364 graphics/entangle/files/patch-src_backend_entangle-device-manager.c
327364 graphics/entangle/pkg-plist
Update to version 0.5.3.
Thu, 4 Jul 2013
[ 14:10 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:322274
322274 graphics/Makefile
322274 graphics/entangle
322274 graphics/entangle/Makefile
322274 graphics/entangle/distinfo
322274 graphics/entangle/files
322274 graphics/entangle/files/patch-src_backend_entangle-device-manager.c
322274 graphics/entangle/pkg-descr
322274 graphics/entangle/pkg-plist
Port Entangle, an application which uses GTK+3 and libgphoto2 to provide a
graphical interface for tethered photography with digital cameras.  Provide
FreeBSD native camera autodetection via devd(8); special thanks to marcus@
for reviewing relevant parts of the code.  The patch was submitted upstream
and welcomed by the author, although he prefers that we use GIO's GSocket +
GUnixSocketAddress APIs instead of direct POSIX socket API calls.

WWW: http://entangle-photo.org/

Number of commits found: 3

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