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non port: head/lang/perl5/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 4

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
Sun, 2 Jun 2002
[ 21:22 tobez ] Original commit 
1.43 lang/perl5/Makefile
1.5 lang/perl5/files/patch-ab
1.6 lang/perl5/files/patch-ac
1.7 lang/perl5/files/patch-ad
1.6 lang/perl5/files/patch-ae
1.3 lang/perl5/files/patch-af
1.2 lang/perl5/files/patch-makedepend
1.1 lang/perl5/files/patch-perl.c
1.7 lang/perl5/pkg-descr
Put SITEARCH and SITELIB paths in front of ARCHLIB and PRIVLIB in the
@INC array. This takes care of the infamous problem of updating the
packages already in the perl distribution. With this change, no tricks
are any longer necessary for such p5 ports, except the usual tweaking of
INSTALLDIRS in Makefile.PL. This last one can also be taken care of by
an appropriate BSDPAN modifications, but until we have the `natural'
@INC order in the 4.X base system perl, it is meaningless.

Do not include iconv.h and do not link with libiconv. Iconv is not used
by perl in any way currently, but it used to link it if found.

Fix perl on freebsd/sparc64.

PR:             33212 (iconv), 37605 (iconv), 38813 (sparc64)
Reported by:    Vivek Khera <khera@kciLink.com> (iconv),
                Martin Nilsson <martin@gneto.com> (iconv)
Submitted by:   jake (sparc64)
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.    
Thu, 22 Mar 2001
[ 15:17 markm ]  
unknown lang/perl5/Makefile
unknown lang/perl5/distinfo
unknown lang/perl5/files/patch-ad
unknown lang/perl5/files/patch-ae
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-descr
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-install
unknown lang/perl5/pkg-plist
Upgrade this to perl5.6.0 for _knowledgeable_  folks in STABLE who   really want
it.    

Number of commits found: 4

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