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Number of commits found: 9

Fri, 14 May 2010
[ 19:48 flz ] Original commit 
1.2134 MOVED
1.178 mail/evolution/Makefile
1.948 misc/Makefile
1.16 misc/ldconfig_compat/Makefile
1.9 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
1.7 misc/ldconfig_compat/files/ldconfig_compat.sh.in
1.2 misc/ldconfig_compat/pkg-descr
Retire misc/ldconfig_compat. Thee served us well

PR:             ports/146532
Submitted by:   Alex Kozlov <spam@rm-rf.kiev.ua>
Mon, 26 Jun 2006
[ 14:38 flz ] Original commit 
1.13 misc/ldconfig_compat/Makefile
1.8 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
1.4 misc/ldconfig_compat/files/ldconfig_compat.sh.in
- Re-add LDCONFIG*_DIR to bsd.ldconfig.mk since it causes directories not
being created at install-time (LDCONFIG*_DIR defined in bsd.port.post.mk). [1]
- Update to a more recent version the ldconfig script.

Reported by:    fenner [1]
Thu, 22 Jun 2006
[ 10:35 flz ] Original commit 
1.7 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
Zero the file until we remove all bsd.ldconfig.mk inclusion from ports
using early version of USE_LDCONFIG.
Mon, 20 Feb 2006
[ 13:13 flz ] Original commit 
1.11 misc/ldconfig_compat/Makefile
1.6 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
- Fix problem with ancient make.

PR:             ports/93143
Submitted by:   Eric Cronin <ecronin@gizmolabs.org>
Thu, 19 Jan 2006
[ 11:24 mnag ] Original commit 
1.5 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
Guarantee of ${PREFIX}/${LDCONFIG{,32}_DIR} are created.

Approved by:    flz
Tue, 17 Jan 2006
[ 13:43 flz ] Original commit 
1.4 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
Been there, broke that.

Reported by:    portsnap buildbox
[ 13:07 flz ] Original commit 
1.3 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
- ldconfig changes have been MFC'ed to RELENG_[56].
Mon, 9 Jan 2006
[ 11:47 flz ] Original commit 
1.2 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
- Fix RUN_DEPENDS in bsd.ldconfig.mk.
- In a previous commit, I said that you need to use the install-rc-script,
you should read install-ldconfig-file.

Noticed by:     ale
Sun, 8 Jan 2006
[ 12:38 flz ] Original commit 
1.785 misc/Makefile
1.1 misc/ldconfig_compat/Makefile
1.1 misc/ldconfig_compat/bsd.ldconfig.mk
1.1 misc/ldconfig_compat/files/ldconfig_compat.sh.in
1.1 misc/ldconfig_compat/pkg-descr
Add ldconfig_compat, a port that installs a ldconfig compatibility script
to reflect latest changes to /etc/rc.d/ldconfig which are the use of ldconfig
directories (${PREFIX}/libdata/ldconfig{,32}). This change is meant to remove
so-called ldconfig startup scripts installed by ports as 000.${foo}.sh.

The bsd.ldconfig.mmk file is only temporary as this should move quickly to
bsd.port.mk. Anyway, to use it, just define the following in your ports'
Makefile :

USE_LDCONFIG=   dir1 dir2

and (before bsd.ldconfig.mk moves to bsd.port.mk) :

post-install: install-rc-script

Number of commits found: 9

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