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non port: head/mail/exim/files/

Number of commits found: 9

Mon, 28 May 2007
[ 20:52 krion ] Original commit 
1.226 mail/exim/Makefile
1.10 mail/exim/files/
1.1 mail/exim/files/
1.46 mail/exim/pkg-plist
Add mail/dovecot auth daemon for authentication.
Use USE_RC_SUBR correctly.

PR:             ports/112784
Submitted by:   Jan Srzednicki <>
Mon, 20 Feb 2006
[ 20:47 dougb ] Original commit 
1.2 audio/autocd/files/
1.5 audio/daapd/files/
1.2 audio/gnump3d/files/
1.3 audio/icecast2/files/
1.2 audio/musicpd/files/
1.4 audio/shoutcast/files/
1.6 audio/slimserver/files/
1.2 comms/ltmdm/files/
1.2 comms/smstools/files/patch-bin_sms
1.2 comms/vpb-driver/files/

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Remove the FreeBSD KEYWORD from all rc.d scripts where it appears.
We have not checked for this KEYWORD for a long time now, so this
is a complete noop, and thus no PORTREVISION bump. Removing it at
this point is mostly for pedantic reasons, and partly to avoid
perpetuating this anachronism by copy and paste to future scripts.
Mon, 11 Oct 2004
[ 23:48 eik ] Original commit 
1.190 mail/exim/Makefile
1.75 mail/exim/distinfo
1.2 mail/exim/files/
1.3 mail/exim/files/
1.8 mail/exim/files/
1.5 mail/exim/files/xpatch-exiscan2
1.2 mail/exim/options
1.40 mail/exim/pkg-plist
- update to Exim 4.43 and exiscan 28
- add support for the SA-Exim local_scan function

- fix when Exim is installed, but not run [1]

Submitted by:   Brian Somers <> [1]
Mon, 7 Jun 2004
[ 10:53 eik ] Original commit 
1.182 mail/exim/Makefile
1.2 mail/exim/files/
1.12 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES
1.7 mail/exim/files/
1.18 mail/exim/files/patch-src::EDITME
1.11 mail/exim/pkg-install
1.38 mail/exim/pkg-plist
make LOGDIR and LOG_FILE_PATH tunable [1]
add WITH_AUTH_RADIUS support [2]

Requested by:   Lonnie Santella <> [1]
                Jan-Peter Koopmann <> [2]
Wed, 10 Sep 2003
[ 13:49 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.155 mail/exim/Makefile
1.1 mail/exim/files/
1.1 mail/exim/files/
1.10 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES
1.2 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES.clamd
1.3 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES.exiscan-acl
1.6 mail/exim/files/
1.7 mail/exim/pkg-install
1.8 mail/exim/pkg-message
1.32 mail/exim/pkg-plist
Bring the Exim port closer to use as an install-time sendmail
replacement for FreeBSD:

* Use an rc.subr start/stop script.
* Include contributed periodic scripts.
* Replace $PREFIX with the build-time value of PREFIX.
* Generate a default configure file if it doesn't exist at install-time.
* Remove the default configure file if it hasn't been modified at
* Install additional documentation.
* Move creation and removal of /var/log/exim to pkg-plist.

Bump PORTREVISION accordingly.

This paves the way for ports/56458, which teaches sysinstall about Exim.
Bug trhodes about that PR. :-)

PR:             ports/56450
Submitted by:   Oliver Eikemeier <>
Mon, 2 Jun 2003
[ 13:17 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.138 mail/exim/Makefile
1.50 mail/exim/distinfo
1.5 mail/exim/files/
* Update to exiscan-acl patch 08, which fixes wrong defaults for sophie
  antivirus and adds clamd support.

* Use the bz2 patch for exiscan-acl.

* Add a CVS Id tag to
  Add a reload command to

Bump PORTREVISION accordingly.

Submitted by:   Oliver Eikemeier <>
Wed, 3 Apr 2002
[ 15:52 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.109 mail/exim/Makefile
1.6 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES
1.1 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES.latest
1.4 mail/exim/files/
1.3 mail/exim/files/
Cope with -CURRENT's new tri-state sendmail_enable rc.conf(5) variable
by using an rc.d script to launch Exim, as was done before I took over
this port.

This seems to be the most popular approach, and is arguably the
simplest.  Folks like me who attach some aesthetic value to using rc(8)
and mailer.conf(8) to launch Exim at startup time should know enough to
blow away the rc.d script and do things any way they please.

For now, use two versions of the POST-INSTALL-NOTES, the only
difference being that the one given to -CURRENT users suggests setting
sendmail_enable to 'NONE', while the one for -STABLE users suggests
Fri, 15 Jun 2001
[ 15:12 sheldonh ]  
unknown mail/exim/files/
unknown mail/exim/pkg-message
unknown mail/exim/pkg-plist
Exim is a drop-in replacement for sendmail.  Since 4.1-RELEASE,   FreeBSD has
shipped with mailwrapper(8), which facilitates the use of   drop-in replacements
for sendmail.  Retire in favour of the   mailwrapper(8) approach.    
Wed, 5 Jul 2000
[ 13:37 tg ]  
unknown audio/rplay/Makefile
unknown audio/rplay/files/
unknown chinese/xemacs/files/
unknown comms/conserver/Makefile
unknown comms/conserver/files/
unknown comms/hylafax/files/
unknown comms/qpage/Makefile
unknown comms/qpage/files/
unknown databases/msql/Makefile
unknown databases/msql/files/

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As threatened on freebsd-ports: all startup scripts know about the two   options
`start' and `stop' now (unless I have forgotten any). This allows   us to call
the scripts from /etc/rc.shutdown with the correct option.    

Number of commits found: 9

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