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non port: head/lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
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Number of commits found: 6

Mon, 14 Oct 2013
[ 16:22 ak ] Original commit 
330335 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
330335 lang/perl5.14/files/use.perl
330335 lang/perl5.16/files/use.perl
330335 lang/perl5.18/files/use.perl
- Simplify and modernize use.perl

Approved by:	perl (az, mat)
Mon, 23 Sep 2013
[ 12:37 az ] Original commit 
327989 lang/perl5.12/Makefile
327989 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
327989 lang/perl5.14/Makefile
327989 lang/perl5.14/files/use.perl
327989 lang/perl5.16/Makefile
327989 lang/perl5.16/files/use.perl
327989 lang/perl5.18/Makefile
327989 lang/perl5.18/files/use.perl
- Now use.perl don't spam /etc/make.conf and using
${LOCALBASE}/etc/perl5_version instead

  You must switch to DEFAULT_VERSIONS (see ports/UPDATING entry 20130920 by
bapt@)
  if you are still using PERL_VERSION to define a specific version requirement.

- bump portrevision

Reviewed by:	bapt@
Wed, 12 Jun 2013
[ 13:00 az ] Original commit 
320679 Mk/bsd.perl.mk
320679 UPDATING
320679 lang/perl5.12/Makefile
320679 lang/perl5.12/Makefile.man
320679 lang/perl5.12/distinfo
320679 lang/perl5.12/files/perl-after-upgrade
320679 lang/perl5.12/files/perl-man.conf
320679 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
320679 lang/perl5.12/pkg-plist
320679 lang/perl5.14/Makefile

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- lang/perl5.12 upgrade to 5.12.5
- lang/perl5.14 upgrade to 5.14.4
- lang/perl5.16 upgrade to 5.16.3
- Global modify SITE_PERL[1][2]

[1] - See more info:
http://docs.freebsd.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?fetch=26605+0+archive/2013/freebsd-perl/20130609.freebsd-perl
[2] - Fix for mail/cyrus-imapd* - Approved by portmrg(bapt@)

Please, see ports/UPDATING for upgrade procedure.

Reviewed by:	bapt@ (exp-run), culot@
Mon, 6 Dec 2010
[ 09:56 garga ] Original commit 
1.17 lang/perl5.10/files/use.perl
1.18 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
1.16 lang/perl5.8/files/use.perl
Do not touch /etc/manpath.config on -CURRENT after man.d/perl.conf is used
instead

PR:             ports/151914
Submitted by:   garga@
Approved by:    skv@ (maintainer)
Fri, 5 Nov 2010
[ 05:41 gordon ] Original commit 
1.126 lang/perl5.12/Makefile
1.17 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
1.50 lang/perl5.12/pkg-plist
Add patch to install a configuration file for the new man utility
instead of manipulating /etc/manpath.config.

Approved by:    maintainer (timeout), wes@ (mentor, implicit)
Thu, 16 Sep 2010
[ 15:57 skv ] Original commit 
1.124 lang/perl5.12/Makefile
1.7 lang/perl5.12/files/perl-after-upgrade
1.16 lang/perl5.12/files/use.perl
- Fix perl-after-upgrade [1]
- Preserve perms on modified /etc/make.conf, /etc/manpath.conf [2]

PR:             150622 [1], 150611 [2]
Submitted by:   garga [1],  swell.k@gmail.com [2]

Number of commits found: 6

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