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non port: head/mail/exim/files/patch-src::auths::pwcheck.c
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 29 Sep 2003
[ 11:42 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.5 mail/exim-ldap/Makefile
1.2 mail/exim-ldap2/Makefile
1.156 mail/exim/Makefile
1.60 mail/exim/distinfo
1.11 mail/exim/files/POST-INSTALL-NOTES
1.13 mail/exim/files/patch-src::EDITME
1.2 mail/exim/files/patch-src::auths::pwcheck.c
1.3 mail/exim/files/wishlist-eqi.patch
1.8 mail/exim/pkg-install
1.33 mail/exim/pkg-plist
WARNING: See caution at the end of this bullet list.

* Update to exim-4.24 (bugfix release).
* Wishlist patch for "eqi" incorporated.
* Mark exim-{ldap2,mysql,postgresql,} as conflicting.
* Substitute PORTREVISION for build number so that the version string
  hints at which version of the port the binary comes from.
* Clean up POST-INSTALL-NOTES.
* Install example scripts, especially upgrade converters, now that exim-old
  has been retired.
* Enable DNSDB-style lookup support by default; it can be disabled with
  WITHOUT_DNSDB.
* Simplify LDAP support, using various versions of OpenLDAP only.
  The old WITH_OPENLDAP[0-9][0-9] options are now invalid; use
  WITH_OPENLDAP and/or WITH_OPENLDAP_VER instead.
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Wed, 10 Sep 2003
[ 14:48 sheldonh ] Original commit 
1.1 mail/exim/files/patch-src::auths::pwcheck.c
Fix another SASLAUTHD segfault.

I'm not bumping PORTREVISION for this one; I've _just_ bumped it for
major changes a few moments ago and you'd have to be pretty unlucky
to pick up those changes but not this one.

Reported by:    Oliver Eikemeier <eikemeier@fillmore-labs.com>
Submitted by:   Lukasz Grochal <lgrochal@rmf.pl>

Number of commits found: 2

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