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Thu, 4 Sep 2014
[ 19:26 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:367307
367307 Mk/bsd.port.mk
367307 archivers/dpkg/Makefile
367307 astro/libroadnav/files
367307 benchmarks/iperf3/Makefile
367307 chinese/gugod-clean/Makefile
367307 comms/xlog/Makefile
367307 databases/mariadb-server/Makefile
367307 devel/dprog/files/patch-Makefile.in
367307 devel/gamin/Makefile
367307 devel/gsoap/Makefile

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Change INSTALL_DATA to install with mode 644
Remove patches and hacks that were used to work around the previous
situation
This allows to stage more ports as a regular user

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D703
Reviewed by and discussed with:	bapt
With hat:	portmgr
Sat, 2 Aug 2014
[ 06:39 mva ] Original commit   Revision:363788
363788 lang/python33/Makefile
363788 lang/python33/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
363788 lang/python33/files/patch-setup.py
363788 lang/python33/pkg-plist
- Remove everything related to USE_PYTHON and bsd.python.mk. This is a
  preparatory step to convert bsd.python.mk into a USES file.
- Remove the shared/static build separation, which is the source of many
  problems and even more hacks. Instead build only the shared version, which
  greatly simplifies the build.
- Use NLS_LIBS instead of NLS_LDFLAGS as done for lang/python27 (r357486)
- Remove the FPECTL option to align the build with the clean "template" from
  lang/python34.
- Remove PORTDATA and EXAMPLES. Those will be made available via separate
  ports.
- Add a new DEBUG option to enable debug builds as for lang/python34.
- Add a new TSC option for precise timestamp counter support as for
  lang/python34.
- Reactivate curses/ncurses support.
- Use buildbottest in the regression-test: target.

Phabric:	D410
Exp-run:	192242, 192244
Reviewed by:	koobs, bapt
With hat:	python@
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
[ 12:14 koobs ] Original commit   Revision:351815
351815 lang/python27/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
351815 lang/python31/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
351815 lang/python32/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
351815 lang/python33/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
351815 lang/python34/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
lang/python{31,32,33}: Fix stage/package as non-root

Copy the second part of a change previously made to python27 [1], to
python31, python32 and python33.

This fixes staging and packaging of these ports by a non-root user by
running ranlib on the archive prior to it being installed read-only.

While I'm here:

- python27: Add breadcrumbs and references to the patch header
- python34: Update breadcrumbs and references to the patch header

[1] https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports?view=revision&revision=350207

Submitted by:	antoine
Reviewed by:	kwm, sbz
Sun, 8 Sep 2013
[ 14:05 koobs ] Original commit   Revision:326729
326729 lang/python26/Makefile
326729 lang/python27/Makefile
326729 lang/python31/Makefile
326729 lang/python32/Makefile
326729 lang/python32/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
326729 lang/python32/files/patch-setup.py
326729 lang/python33/Makefile
326729 lang/python33/files/patch-Makefile.pre.in
Resolve gettext (libintl) detection and linking in all Python ports

Fix gettext (NLS) detection, includes and linking:
- all: Use LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS over CFLAGS for NLS option (with comment)
- python26,27: Pass LIBS="-lintl" to CONFIGURE_ENV

Workaround Pythons odd build mechanics causing duplicate args:
- all: Remove CFLAGS from OPT= in CONFIGURE_ENV
- python32,33: Remove CONFIGURE_* variables from Makefile.pre.in

Other:
- python32: Patch setup.py to pass OPT correctly to shared modules

PR:		ports/181721
Reported by:	pawel
Reviewed by:	bapt mva sbz
Fri, 17 May 2013
[ 04:17 rm ] Original commit   Revision:318353
318353 Mk/bsd.python.mk
318353 databases/py-bsddb/Makefile
318353 databases/py-bsddb/files/extra-patch-py27-_bsddb.c
318353 lang/python-doc-html/Makefile
318353 lang/python-doc-html/distinfo
318353 lang/python26/Makefile
318353 lang/python26/files/patch-Python_thread__pthread.h
318353 lang/python27/Makefile
318353 lang/python27/distinfo
318353 lang/python27/files/extra-patch-setup.py

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- update to latest upstream versions:
  . lang/python27: 2.7.3 -> 2.7.5
  . lang/python32: 3.2.3 -> 3.2.4
  . lang/python33: 3.3.0 -> 3.3.1
- update Mk/bsd.python.mk with new versions
- mark lang/python26 and lang/python31 as deprecated (set them to
  upstream EoL dates)
- update docs (lang/python-doc-html)
- align databases/py-bsddb patch for python27 - most of it was applied
  upstream. Raise BDB version to 4.3 atleast, according to
  upstream requirements.

Many thanks to Martin (miwi) for his time on this update.

PR:		178506
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