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Number of commits found: 6

Fri, 18 Dec 2009
[ 10:08 miwi ] Original commit 
1.117 Mk/bsd.python.mk
1.665 lang/Makefile
1.158 lang/python23/Makefile
1.56 lang/python23/distinfo
1.2 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib-test-test_zlib.py
1.2 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib::distutils::spawn.py
1.2 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib::plat-freebsd6::IN.py
1.2 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib::plat-freebsd7::IN.py
1.2 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib::plat-freebsd8::IN.py
1.4 lang/python23/files/patch-Lib::posixfile.py

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- Get rid python-2.3 and python-3.0 (no longer under developement)

Reviewed by:    alexbl, clsung, pav
Thu, 2 Jul 2009
[ 01:46 lwhsu ] Original commit 
1.156 lang/python30/Makefile
1.20 lang/python30/files/patch-setup.py
1.2 lang/python30/pkg-message
1.77 lang/python30/pkg-plist
- Honor EXAMPLESDIR, DATADIR and NOPORTEXAMPLES, NOPORTDATA
- Remove bsddb module in pkg-message since it's removed from
  Python default modules
  (python3 user should use databases/py-bsddb3)
- Fix WITH_UCS4 support
- Mark jobs safe
- Makefile/patch cleanup

PR:             ports/133440
Submitted by:   Paul Hoffman <phoffman AT proper.com>
Mon, 9 Mar 2009
[ 22:52 miwi ] Original commit 
1.111 Mk/bsd.python.mk
1.72 lang/python/distinfo
1.155 lang/python30/Makefile
1.59 lang/python30/distinfo
1.76 lang/python30/pkg-plist
- Update python30 to 3.0.1

Release Changelog:
http://python.org/download/releases/3.0.1/NEWS.txt
Thu, 4 Dec 2008
[ 11:21 perky ] Original commit 
1.107 Mk/bsd.python.mk
1.69 lang/python/distinfo
1.154 lang/python30/Makefile
1.58 lang/python30/distinfo
1.75 lang/python30/pkg-plist
Welcome to the new era of Python 3, with antigravity support!

Update to Python 3.0.
Mon, 13 Oct 2008
[ 09:50 perky ] Original commit 
1.19 lang/python30/files/patch-setup.py
1.74 lang/python30/pkg-plist
Remove "_gdbm" module from packaging which should be excluded in
this port.

Reported by:    QAT
[ 08:23 perky ] Original commit 
1.106 Mk/bsd.python.mk
1.24 lang/python-doc-html/Makefile
1.25 lang/python-doc-html/distinfo
1.7 lang/python-doc-html/pkg-plist_html
1.7 lang/python-doc-html/pkg-plist_pdf-a4
1.7 lang/python-doc-html/pkg-plist_pdf-letter
1.7 lang/python-doc-html/pkg-plist_postscript-a4
1.7 lang/python-doc-html/pkg-plist_postscript-letter
1.68 lang/python/distinfo
1.153 lang/python26/Makefile

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Introduce two new versions of Python: 2.6 and 3.0rc1 (finally!)
Python 2.6 will be the next default python version when enough
testings of consumer ports are done.  The new "2to3" program is
renamed to 2to3-2.6 and 2to3-3.0 for each version, respectively.

Repo-copied by: marcus

Number of commits found: 6

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