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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 5 Nov 2012
[ 01:36 timur ] Original commit 
306991 net/samba35/Makefile
306991 net/samba35/distinfo
306991 net/samba35/files/
306991 net/samba35/pkg-plist
306991 net/samba35/pkg-plist.swat
Update port to the 3.5.18 version

Feature safe:	yes
Fri, 13 Apr 2012
[ 09:16 dougb ] Original commit 
1.14 net/samba34/Makefile
1.6 net/samba34/files/
1.11 net/samba35/Makefile
1.3 net/samba35/files/
1.6 net/samba36/Makefile
1.3 net/samba36/files/
The samba rc.d script uses some clever tricks to start (up to) 3 different
services using the same script. As a result it resets rcvar several times
in order to process the options for each service.

The changes I made on 2012/01/14 to facilitate the removal of set_rc_var()
from HEAD were effective in the case where the WINBIND option was off (the
case that I tested) because that causes the related portions of the rc.d
script to be removed completely on install. However, if installed from a
package, or installed using the the default OPTIONS, WINBIND is on, which
caused the last known rcvar to be winbind_enable.

Since the common case seems to be for users to use samba_enable (which
only enables smb_and nmb_ by default) the fact that rcvar=winbind_enable,
but that knob is off, caused the startup script to trip on a totally
unrelated portion of rc.subr.
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Sat, 14 Jan 2012
[ 08:57 dougb ] Original commit 
1.5 astro/gpsd/files/
1.3 astro/gpxloggerd/files/
1.5 audio/aureal-kmod/files/
1.4 audio/autocd/files/
1.3 audio/darkice/files/
1.3 audio/ezstream/files/
1.4 audio/firefly/files/
1.5 audio/gnump3d/files/
1.9 audio/icecast2/files/
1.5 audio/ices0/files/

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In the rc.d scripts, change assignments to rcvar to use the
literal name_enable wherever possible, and ${name}_enable
when it's not, to prepare for the demise of set_rcvar().

In cases where I had to hand-edit unusual instances also
modify formatting slightly to be more uniform (and in
some cases, correct). This includes adding some $FreeBSD$
tags, and most importantly moving rcvar= to right after
name= so it's clear that one is derived from the other.
Tue, 26 Oct 2010
[ 02:41 timur ] Original commit 
1.2270 net/Makefile
1.1 net/samba35/Makefile
1.1 net/samba35/distinfo
1.1 net/samba35/files/README.FreeBSD
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-lib__replace__system__config.m4
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-lib__replace__system__filesys.h
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-lib__replace__system__wait.h
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-lib__tevent__tevent_signal.c
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-nsswitch__pam_winbind.c
1.1 net/samba35/files/patch-nsswitch__wins_freebsd.c

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This is version 3.5.6 of the latest stable release of Samba3 series.

Number of commits found: 4

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