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non port: head/mail/mailman/pkg-message
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Number of commits found: 8

Fri, 5 May 2006
[ 18:49 jmelo ] Original commit 
1.55 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.4 mail/mailman/files/FreeBSD-post-install-notes
1.1 mail/mailman/files/mailman.in
1.1 mail/mailman/files/pkg-message.in
1.13 mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
1.10 mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
1.7 mail/mailman/pkg-install
1.8 mail/mailman/pkg-message
1.32 mail/mailman/pkg-plist
1.4 mail/mailman/pkg-req
- Add OPTIONS to choose MTA integration.
- Remove "make options", it's not necessary.
- Fix/update FreeBSD-post-install-notes doc.
- Fix both pkg-install and pkg-deinstall to add/delete mailman user in
/var/cron/allow
- Use pkg-message as SUB_FILES.

Approved by:    mnag (mentor)
Wed, 12 Feb 2003
[ 08:10 wjv ] Original commit 
1.36 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.18 mail/mailman/distinfo
1.1 mail/mailman/files/FreeBSD-post-install-notes
1.1 mail/mailman/files/patch-README.EXIM
1.9 mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
1.7 mail/mailman/pkg-message
1.18 mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Update to version 2.2.1, which includes a fix to a cross-site scripting
  vulnerability.
- Add a file, installed to $DOCSDIR, with more explicit post-installation
  instructions.
- Update $PKGMESSAGE to point to this new file.
- Add more explicit warnings in various places that MAIL_GID *must* be set at
  build time if Mailman is to be used with an alternate (non-Sendmail) MTA.
- Bring port in line with other similar ports by NOT explicitly depending on
  Apache.  This is both more maintainable and allows the user greater scope
  in setting up a custom configuration, including the use of an alternative
  web server.  (Also, Mailman _can_ be used without a web server.)
- Clean up which documentation files get installed to $DOCSDIR.
Thu, 23 Jan 2003
[ 12:49 wjv ] Original commit 
1.34 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.8 mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
1.8 mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
1.5 mail/mailman/pkg-descr
1.5 mail/mailman/pkg-install
1.6 mail/mailman/pkg-message
1.2 mail/mailman/pkg-req
- Update author's email address in $DESCR.
- Update $PKGREQ to depend explicitly on Python >= 2.1.3, and not just >= 2.1
- Document required value of $MAIL_GID for Exim4.
- Substantial rewrite of $PKGINSTALL:
  - Simplified layout.
  - More extensive error checking.
  - More expressive and user-friendly output.
- Substantial rewrite of $PKGDEINSTALL:
  - Simplified layout.
  - More expressive and user-friendly output.
  - Delete %%MAILMANDIR%%/data/last_mailman_version in DEINSTALL, and restore
    it in POST-DEINSTALL if the entire Mailman installation has not been
    removed.  This file is required by Mailman's update script (run as part
    of the installation procedure) to update active mailing lists.
  - Delete the errorlog if it is the only existing logfile.  This will
    finally allow the mailman port/package to be completely and cleanly
    deinstalled when there are no active lists or updated configuration.
- Bump $PORTREVISION, with apologies to those tracking the port.

It should now finally be possible to update a Mailman installation with
active mailing lists simply by deinstalling the port/package, and
reinstalling a later version (or by using portupgrade(1)).  There are still
no guarantees, though, and a backup is thorouhly recommended.
Mon, 21 Oct 2002
[ 15:31 wjv ] Original commit 
1.31 mail/mailman/Makefile
1.16 mail/mailman/distinfo
1.5 mail/mailman/files/pkg-opts
1.3 mail/mailman/pkg-install
1.5 mail/mailman/pkg-message
1.14 mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Overdue update to version 2.0.13, a minor bugfix release
- Refrain from invoking ${PERL}
- Call Mailman's distributed check_perms script post-installation to fix file
  permissions instead of doing so manually.  This is more modular and will
  greatly ease maintenance of the port.  It implies a level of trust in
  check_perms... but then, installing and running any 3rd party software
  implies a level of trust.
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.)    
Wed, 13 Feb 2002
[ 09:07 wjv ]  
unknown mail/mailman/Makefile
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-message
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Use MAIL_GID of 26 (mailnull) instead of 1 when installing Mailman to work    
with Sendmail, if on a recent $OSVERSION.  (Whoops!)     - Submitted by:      
Richard Kiss <kiss@hhn.com>   - Clarify $PKGMESSAGE and output of $PKGDEINSTALL
somewhat.   - Correctly handle Mailman config file (mm_cfg.py) in $PLIST when   
 deinstalling port/package.   - Bump PORTREVISION again.    
Mon, 11 Feb 2002
[ 14:24 wjv ]  
unknown mail/mailman/Makefile
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-deinstall
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-install
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-message
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Cleaning up the Mailman port, Step 3.   - Add a $PKGDEINSTALL script to allow
the port to clean up after itself   - Automatically create Mailman user's
crontab(5) entry upon port/package     installation, and remove it upon
deinstallation.   - Intended $PKGINSTALL according to personal taste.  Converted
tabs to     spaces.   - Remove some extraneous comments from the port's
Makefile.  (Oops)   - Further streamline @exec's in $PLIST.   - Bump
PORTREVISION   - The reworking of this port is an ongoing process - Mailman
users, please     bear with me!    
Thu, 6 Dec 2001
[ 07:45 wjv ]  
unknown mail/mailman/Makefile
unknown mail/mailman/distinfo
unknown mail/mailman/files/patch-aa
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-comment
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-message
unknown mail/mailman/pkg-plist
- Interim update to version 2.0.8 (which contains important security fixes),    
maintaining most of the port's existing structure.  A more comprehensive    
restructuring of this port is in the works.   - Assume maintainership, pending
any objections from -ports.    

Number of commits found: 8

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