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found something from the cache
non port: head/mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
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Number of commits found: 6

Tue, 29 Jul 2014
[ 17:12 adamw ] Original commit 
363362 archivers/libcomprex/files/patch-tests::extractarchive.c
363362 archivers/libcomprex/files/patch-tests__extractarchive.c
363362 astro/gpsdrive/files/patch-src::gpsserial.c
363362 astro/gpsdrive/files/patch-src::splash.c
363362 astro/gpsdrive/files/patch-src__gpsserial.c
363362 astro/gpsdrive/files/patch-src__splash.c
363362 audio/ample/files/patch-src::base64.c
363362 audio/ample/files/patch-src__base64.c
363362 audio/extace/files/patch-src::color_win.c
363362 audio/extace/files/patch-src__color_win.c

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Rename all patches that contain '::' as a path separator, and use
'__' instead.
Thu, 24 Apr 2008
[ 14:05 jmelo ] Original commit 
1.75 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.34 mail/mailman/distinfo
1.5 mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
1.2 mail/mailman/files/patch-misc::paths.py.in
1.37 mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Update to 2.1.10.
Mon, 22 Oct 2007
[ 21:26 delphij ] Original commit 
1.74 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.4 mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
1.1 mail/mailman/files/postfix-verp.diff
Teach mailman how to utilize postfix's XVERP functionality,
which drastically improves mail delivery performance when
VERP is being used.

In order to exploit the performance gain, one has to choose
'POSTFIX' in the OPTIONS menu, configure postfix with proper
smtpd_authorized_verp_clients settings, then add:

        VERP_STYLE = 'Postfix'

to the mm_cfg.py configuration.

The Postfix style XVERP delivery is disabled by default.

PR:             ports/116847
Approved by:    maintainer timeout
Mon, 20 Jan 2003
[ 13:07 wjv ] Original commit 
1.3 mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
- Add the patch that was accidentally omitted from the previous commit.  :-(
Fri, 17 Jan 2003
[ 12:58 wjv ] Original commit 
1.32 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.17 mail/mailman/distinfo
1.2 mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
1.3 mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::htmlformat.py
1.2 mail/mailman/files/patch-O2
1.3 mail/mailman/files/patch-aa
1.1 mail/mailman/files/patch-misc::mailman.in
1.6 mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
1.7 mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
1.4 mail/mailman/pkg-descr

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- Update to the long-anticipated version 2.1
Wed, 20 Feb 2002
[ 09:09 wjv ]  
unknown mail/mailman/Makefile
unknown mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::Defaults.py.in
unknown mail/mailman/files/patch-Mailman::htmlformat.py
unknown mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
unknown mail/mailman/files/powerlogo.gif.uue
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-message
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Add missing $CONFIGURE_ARGS.  (Whoops again!)   - Actually install the images
for Mailman's web front-end to     ${PREFIX}/www/icons, instead of depending on
the user to do this in a     post-installation step.  Add a new build-time
variable to control the     location where these images are intstalled.   -
Gratuitous change:  Change the GNU logo and link in the footer of most     pages
in Mailman's web front-end to a "Powered by FreeBSD" logo, and a link     to the
FreeBSD home page.  This was accomplished by:     - Patching the source to allow
for multiple footer bars based on a new       configuration variable LOGO_OS. 
If LOGO_OS is set to 'FreeBSD', the       FreeBSD footer will be displayed;
otherwise, it reverts to the default       GNU footer.     - Set LOGO_OS to
'FreeBSD' in the installed Defaults.py  (The user may       override this in
mm_cfg.py)   - Bump $PORTREVISION again.  (Sorry guys.)    

Number of commits found: 6

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