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Mon, 2 Mar 2015
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380307 math/ruby-algebra/pkg-descr
380307 math/rubygem-numru-misc/pkg-descr
380307 math/rubygem-rb-gsl/pkg-descr
380307 math/truthtable/pkg-descr
380307 misc/bogosort/pkg-descr
380307 misc/cloc/pkg-descr
380307 misc/delay/pkg-descr
380307 misc/dvorak7min/pkg-descr
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Remove Author from pkg-descr and white space fixes
Sun, 2 May 2004
[ 16:16 knu ] Original commit 
1.2 misc/inplace/pkg-descr
Update WWW.
Sat, 1 May 2004
[ 19:13 knu ] Original commit 
1.680 misc/Makefile
1.1 misc/inplace/Makefile
1.1 misc/inplace/distinfo
1.1 misc/inplace/pkg-descr
Add misc/inplace.

The inplace(1) command is a utility to edit files in-place through
given filter commands preserving the original file attributes.  Mode
and ownership (user and group) are preserved by default, and time
(access and modification) by choice.

Examples:
    # Sort files in-place using sort(1):
    inplace sort file1 file2 file3

    # Process image files preserving time and taking backup files:
    inplace -t -b.orig 'convert -rotate 270 -resize 50%% %1 %2' *.jpg

Number of commits found: 3

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