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Number of commits found: 7

Mon, 6 Oct 2014
[ 23:04 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:370246
370246 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/Makefile
370246 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/distinfo
370246 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files
370246 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
370246 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-plist
- Update to 2.4.13
- Update plist for pkg-1.3
- Remove pkg-message as ALT_PKGDEP has not worked properly since 2008.
  See https://github.com/freebsd/portupgrade/issues/61

Changes:
  * portinstall/upgrade -P[P] now supported with pkgng
  * pkg_fetch now supports pkgng
  * Fixed pkg-1.3 delete support to not recurse
  * Fixed portupgrade -b support with pkgng
  * Improved portsclean performance with pkgng (#59)
  * Use service(8) for rc script restarting
  * Show command executions with PORTUPGRADE_DEBUG in environment
  * Deprecate rc script handling in lieu of pkg's HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS in pkg.conf
Fri, 20 Apr 2012
[ 16:43 jgh ] Original commit 
1.271 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/Makefile
1.180 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/distinfo
1.6 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
- use Sourceforge
- avoids issue with not having SSL support
- Adds LICENSE
- Uses proper RUBY_VER
- on request from myself, pkg-message was generalized by maintainer

PR:     ports/167096
Submitted by:   maintainer, bryan@shatow.net
Mon, 24 Sep 2007
[ 08:39 rafan ] Original commit 
1.5 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
Remove print/ghostscript-afpl as it has been replaced by print/ghostscript-gpl
since version 8.57. The leading ghostscript is the -gpl one.

Approved by:    portmgr (pav)
Tue, 3 Jul 2007
[ 14:28 sem ] Original commit 
1.4 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
- Remove scared sentence from pkg-message

Asked by:       krion
[ 11:13 sem ] Original commit 
1.243 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/Makefile
1.170 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/distinfo
1.5 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files/patch-bin-pkgdb
1.3 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
- Update to 2.3.1. Many people test it and it looks good.
  To upgrade back from portupgrade-devel use the command:
  portupgrade -o ports-mgmt/portupgrade portupgrade-devel
Fri, 2 Mar 2007
[ 07:46 sem ] Original commit 
1.240 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/Makefile
1.4 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files/patch-bin-pkgdb
1.2 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
- Ignore bsdpan- pseudo ports.
- Add a note about ports with suffixes (e.g. -nox11)

Reported by:    David Morgan <morgad_AT_eclipse.co.uk>,
                Philip Kizer <pckizer_AT_nostrum.com>
Thu, 1 Mar 2007
[ 09:09 sem ] Original commit 
1.473 UPDATING
1.239 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/Makefile
1.169 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/distinfo
1.3 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files/patch-bin-pkgdb
1.5 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files/patch-portsdb.rb
1.10 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/files/patch-portupgrade
1.1 ports-mgmt/portupgrade/pkg-message
- Update to 2.2.6 version.
  An unpleasant bug was fixed when pkgdb could accidently remove some
  dependencies in +CONTENTS files. It's recomented to run pkgdb -L once
  after upgrade to fix dependencies list. See UPDATING file.

Reported and tested by: Randy Pratt <bsd-unix_AT_earthlink.net>

Number of commits found: 7

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