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Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library and I'll put it to good use.
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Thu, 12 Sep 2002
[ 10:09 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.322 mail/Makefile
1.118 mail/exim-devel/Makefile
1.42 mail/exim-devel/distinfo
1.8 mail/exim-devel/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES
1.5 mail/exim-devel/files/exim.sh
1.3 mail/exim-devel/files/patch-OS::Makefile-FreeBSD
1.2 mail/exim-devel/files/patch-doc::spec.txt
1.7 mail/exim-devel/files/patch-scripts::exim_install
1.10 mail/exim-devel/files/patch-src::EDITME
1.9 mail/exim-devel/files/patch-src::configure.default

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I agree with the Exim community that the exim-4.xx has reached production
quality.

Move exim to exim-old for folks who need exim-3.xx, because the
configuration file for exim-4.xx is not backward compatible.  Move
exim-devel to exim, removing NO_LATEST_LINK:

        repo-copy       exim            -> exim-old
        copy over       exim-devel      -> exim
        retire          exim-devel

Slave ports are intended for use with the exim port, as before, so they
now build and install for exim-4.xx.
Tue, 30 Jul 2002
[ 13:16 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.117 mail/exim-devel/Makefile
1.41 mail/exim-devel/distinfo
1.4 mail/exim-devel/files/exim.sh
1.22 mail/exim-devel/pkg-plist
Update to exim-4.10.

This version brings exim-4.x to the point where serious production users
may wish to consider it.

Unfortunately, I don't have time for the exim -> exim-old and exim-devel
>- exim transition, and won't have time to get to it for the next 10
days.

Please be patient.

Number of commits found: 2

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