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non port: head/lang/perl5/files/use.perl
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Number of commits found: 9

Sun, 1 Feb 2009
[ 19:43 skv ] Original commit 
1.1786 MOVED
1.11 Mk/bsd.perl.mk
1.610 Mk/bsd.port.mk
1.3 databases/p5-DBD-FrontBase/Makefile
1.621 lang/Makefile
1.76 lang/perl5.6/Makefile
1.76 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.2 lang/perl5/Makefile.man
1.17 lang/perl5/distinfo
1.2 lang/perl5/files/patch-CGI.pm

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Rename: lang/perl5 -> lang/perl5.6

PR:             ports/131046
Wed, 2 Feb 2005
[ 09:34 tobez ] Original commit 
1.507 Mk/bsd.port.mk
1.78 lang/perl5.8/Makefile
1.10 lang/perl5.8/files/use.perl
1.66 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.8 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
Update bsd.port.mk's notion of the perl version (to 5.8.6) [1].
Use more correct OSVERSION threshold to distinguish between
base system perl and perl from ports - the right value is 500036 [1].

Also, simplify OSVERSION-related logic in lang/perl5 and lang/perl5.8.
Now it goes as follows:

- for lang/perl5.8, if there is perl in the base system, install
  use.perl script, use a helpful pkg-message, and do not automatically
  update symlinks;
- for lang/perl5.8, if there is no perl in the base system, do not
  install use.perl script, and update symlinks automatically;
- for lang/perl5, always install use.perl;
- for lang/perl5, never update symlinks automatically;
- for lang/perl5, vary produced pkg-message depending on the presence of
  the base system perl.

Bump PORTREVISION for both lang/perl5 and lang/perl5.8.

[1] Approved by:        portmgr
Tue, 1 Feb 2005
[ 13:36 tobez ] Original commit 
1.64 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.1 lang/perl5/Makefile.man
1.15 lang/perl5/distinfo
1.4 lang/perl5/files/patch-Install.pm
1.1 lang/perl5/files/patch-POSIX.xs
1.1 lang/perl5/files/patch-Path.pm
1.2 lang/perl5/files/patch-Safe.pm
1.9 lang/perl5/files/patch-ac
1.1 lang/perl5/files/patch-freebsd.sh
1.3 lang/perl5/files/patch-makedepend

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Update to 5.6.2.  Also:

- redirect output from h2ph to /dev/null [1];
- fix File::Path insecure file/directory permissions [2];
  this resolves CAN-2004-0452
  (http://vuxml.freebsd.org/c418d472-6bd1-11d9-93ca-000a95bc6fae.html);
- for OSVERSION < 500036, create symlinks in /usr/bin not only for
  perl and suidperl, but also for a2p, c2ph, find2perl, h2ph, h2xs,
  perlbug, perlcc, perldoc, pl2pm, pod2html, pod2latex, pod2man,
  pod2text, s2p, and splain;  perl and suidperl are still enough for
  more recent FreeBSD versions [3];
- clean up created symlinks upon deinstallation [4];
- try to cleanup symlinks created by older versions of lang/perl5 and
  lang/perl5.8, during both installation and deinstallation [5];
- added support for DISABLE_BSDPAN environment variable [6];
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Wed, 4 Dec 2002
[ 16:50 bmah ] Original commit 
1.51 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.6 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
1.7 lang/perl5/pkg-install
On recent 5-CURRENT, there is no Perl wrapper.  It is therefore possible
that /usr/bin/perl5 doesn't exist, which violates some of use.perl's
assumptions.  Take care of this case. [1]

Also in the case of a recent 5-CURRENT, automatically perform
"use.perl port" during package/port installation.  This helps the
installation of sysinstall's new "Perl distribution", in that
sysinstall doesn't need to do this explicitly as Yet Another Special
Case. [2]

PORTREVISION bump after all this good stuff.

Requested by:   bmah [1], jhb [2]
Submitted by:   tobez (port MAINTAINER)
Approved by:    portmgr (kris)
Sun, 16 Jun 2002
[ 12:40 tobez ] Original commit 
1.5 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
Fix manpath.config patching in case there is no system perl manpath
(read: -current).  No PORTREVISION bump.
[ 12:28 tobez ] Original commit 
1.45 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.1 lang/perl5/files/patch-Install.pm
1.4 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
1.26 lang/perl5/pkg-plist
1. Do not do rm -rf as a mean to deinstall this port.  Instead, apart
   from normal rmdir'ing and unexec rmdir'ing, do a find | xargs rm for
   generated .ph files, since those will differ in different versions of
   FreeBSD just like .h files may not be the same.

2. Install.pm is broken in 5.6.1 and leads to the wrong .packlist
   generation, which, in turn, breaks BSDPAN.  Fix that.

3. Extend use.perl to patch /etc/manpath.config so that manpages for
   modules installed by this and other p5- ports are be available.

PR:             39108 (item 1)
Reported by:    Dan Nelson <dan@dan.emsphone.com> (item 1)
Sun, 9 Jun 2002
[ 11:24 dougb ] Original commit 
1.3 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
Update to better handle life as it is now in -current.

Approved by:    tobez (MAINTAINER)
Mon, 20 May 2002
[ 00:03 tobez ] Original commit 
1.41 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.2 lang/perl5/files/use.perl
1. Speed up the fetch stage by using groups of MASTER_SITES.
2. Remove the dependency on perl (rather important for this port).
3. Make the script this port installs use the version of perl from ports.

Reported-by:    (item 2) Juriy Goloveshkin <j@gu.ru>, Mark Huizer
<xaa@timewasters.nl>
Wed, 19 Dec 2001
[ 17:05 tobez ]  
unknown lang/perl5/Makefile
unknown lang/perl5/distinfo
unknown lang/perl5/files/use.perl
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-descr
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-install
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-message
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-plist
Unforbid the port for the use of general FreeBSD public.    

Number of commits found: 9

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