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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 20 Jun 2016
[ 16:23 mat ] Original commit   Revision:417166
417166 astro/wmsolar/Makefile
417166 astro/wmsolar/files/patch-Makefile
417166 astro/wmsolar/files/patch-Vsop.h
417166 audio/sphinx/Makefile
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-examples_clicore.c
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-examples_srvcore.c
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-libsphinx2-include_pconf.h
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-libsphinx2_blk_cdcn_norm.c
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-libsphinx2_cdcn_norm.c
417166 audio/sphinx/files/patch-src-libsphinx2_eht_quit.c

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With the power of USES=dos2unix, get rid of most patches and files
with CRLF.

While there, run make makepatch, rename patches to use the new scheme,
and various fixes.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sat, 3 Dec 2011
[ 17:12 nox ] Original commit 
1.11 multimedia/w_scan/Makefile
1.7 multimedia/w_scan/distinfo
1.1 multimedia/w_scan/files/patch-char-coding.c
- Update to 20111203 .
- Add knob to install the Linux version too (needs
  multimedia/linux_dvbwrapper-kmod kldload'ed to run.)
- Add workaround to avoid invalid UTF-8 encodings when converting
  from ISO_6937-2 (that the iconv used on FreeBSD doesn't know) -
  if you need ISO_6937-2 converted properly you have to use the
  Linux version for now.  (Tho all the 8-bit channel names I see
  here marked as the default ISO_6937-2 charset are in fact
  ISO8859-1(5) i.e. the charset isn't marked properly on those
  transponders and thus the Linux version would convert them wrongly
  too.)

Feature safe:   yes

Number of commits found: 2

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