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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
found something from the cache
non port: head/net-p2p/transmission25-daemon/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 31 Dec 2012
[ 17:03 mezz ] Original commit 
309763 deskutils/gnote/Makefile
309763 devel/py-notify/Makefile
309763 editors/bless/Makefile
309763 finance/homebank/Makefile
309763 graphics/cbview/Makefile
309763 graphics/comix/Makefile
309763 graphics/ruby-cairo/Makefile
309763 graphics/ruby-rsvg2/Makefile
309763 lang/opa/Makefile
309763 net-p2p/deluge/Makefile

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Remove the created by me and update those header at the same time. I never
care about those header, so you even can claim that those were created by
you instead of me.
Fri, 10 Aug 2012
[ 19:59 crees ] Original commit 
302400 UPDATING
302400 net-p2p/Makefile
302400 net-p2p/transmission-cli/Makefile
302400 net-p2p/transmission-gtk2/Makefile
302400 net-p2p/transmission/Makefile
302400 net-p2p/transmission25
302400 net-p2p/transmission25-cli
302400 net-p2p/transmission25-cli/Makefile
302400 net-p2p/transmission25-daemon
302400 net-p2p/transmission25-daemon/Makefile

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Create transmission25 ports and UPDATING entry to explain.

Sadly, Transmission has stopped supporting GTK 2.0 (it had to happen some day).

They now require GTK 3.2.0 [1], which we currently lack, so for those who
wish to use the GTK frontend need to stay on version 2.5

When our GTK is upgraded I'll make MOVED entries to make the transition back to
2.6 as seamless as possible.

[1] http://tinyurl.com/cfchfp9

Number of commits found: 2

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