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Number of commits found: 7

Tue, 11 Aug 2015
[ 21:55 pawel ] Original commit 
393975 mail/mu/Makefile
393975 mail/mu/distinfo
Update to version 0.9.12

PR:		201847
Submitted by:
Tue, 28 Apr 2015
[ 18:44 bdrewery ] Original commit 
384932 Mk/
384932 archivers/liblz4/distinfo
384932 astro/gpxloggerd/distinfo
384932 audio/gogglesmm/distinfo
384932 benchmarks/smhasher/distinfo
384932 comms/dump1090_mr/distinfo
384932 databases/php5-redis/distinfo
384932 devel/editline/distinfo
384932 devel/fstrm/distinfo
384932 devel/hub/distinfo

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USE_GITHUB: For the new support, fix DISTNAME to be more consistent.

When using GH_TAGNAME the DISTNAME would have GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT in
it. When not using GH_TAGNAME it would not have this. Now both cases
will add in the GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT.

Add special care to ensure that the DISTVERSION is not added in twice. If
a port does GH_TAGNAME=v${PORTVERSION} it will be added in twice though. For
that case DISTVERSIONPREFIX=v should be set and no GH_TAGNAME should be used.

empty() is used rather than (!defined || !${}) to support fmake.

The purpose of setting DISTNAME at all in these cases is to make it more clear
that the distfile is from *GITHUB* and to avoid collisions if a project were
to be renamed or moved. Without adding in GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT then there
are real risks that collisions on filenames would happen on renamed or moved
projects, which is fairly common. A GITHUB-generated file may not match
a custom-rolled or git-archive-rolled distfile.

PR:		199069
With hat:	portmgr
Testing done:	All USE_GITHUB ports without GH_COMMIT were
checksum/fetch/extract/WRKSRC tested.
Thu, 23 Apr 2015
[ 14:14 wen ] Original commit 
384584 mail/mu/Makefile
384584 mail/mu/distinfo
384584 mail/mu/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.9.11

PR:		199241
Submitted by:
Mon, 16 Feb 2015
[ 09:10 vanilla ] Original commit 
379079 mail/mu/Makefile
379079 mail/mu/distinfo
Upgrade to 0.9.10, and strip binary.

PR:		197443
Submitted by:	Ports Fury.
Wed, 30 Jul 2014
[ 22:45 marino ] Original commit 
363523 mail/mu/Makefile
363523 mail/mu/distinfo
363523 mail/mu/pkg-descr
363523 mail/mu/pkg-plist
mail/mu: Upgrade version 0.9.9 => and stage

PR:		192209
Submitted by:	Ports Fury
Wed, 7 Nov 2012
[ 06:24 rea ] Original commit 
307115 mail/mu/Makefile
307115 mail/mu/distinfo
307115 mail/mu/files/patch-mu-cmd-find.c
mail/mu: upgrade to 0.9.9

Changelog entries since

    - remove --summary (use --summary-len instead)
    - add --after for mu find, to limit to messages after T
    - add new command `mu verify', to verify signatures
    - fix iso-2022-jp decoding (and other 7-bit clean non-ascii)
    - add support for X-keywords
    - performance improvements for threaded display (~ 25% for
      23K msgs)
    - mu improved user-help (and the 'mu help' command)
    - toys/mug2 replaces toys/mug

    - support .noupdate files (parallel to .noindex, dir is ignored
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Sat, 3 Mar 2012
[ 04:26 rea ] Original commit 
1.1120 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/mu/Makefile
1.1 mail/mu/distinfo
1.1 mail/mu/files/mu-ask
1.1 mail/mu/files/patch-mu-cmd-find.c
1.1 mail/mu/pkg-descr
1.1 mail/mu/pkg-plist
New port: mail/mu

Mu is the mail indexer that uses Xapian as the search engine.
In my tests it is blazingly fast, at least 5 times faster
than nmzmail and it understands cyrillic ;))

QA page:

Number of commits found: 7

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