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Number of commits found: 6

Sat, 24 Sep 2016
[ 10:26 woodsb02 ] Original commit   Revision:422709
422709 print/hplip-plugin/Makefile
422709 print/hplip-plugin/distinfo
422709 print/hplip/Makefile
422709 print/hplip/distinfo
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-installer__dcheck.py
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-installer_dcheck.py
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-io-hpmud-musb.c
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-io_hpmud_musb.c
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-prnt__hpcups__ErnieFilter.cpp
422709 print/hplip/files/patch-prnt_hpcups_ErnieFilter.cpp

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print/hplip and print/hplip-plugin: Update to 3.16.8

print/hplip:

- Add LICENSE details
- Changes USE_OPENSSL=yes to USES=ssl
- Create empty directories for pkg-plist @dir entries
- Reformat patches with makepatch (pet portlint)
- Move ${PREFIX}/etc/sane.d/dll.conf to ${PREFIX}/etc/sane.d/dll.d/hpaio
  during post-install, rather than editing ${PREFIX}/etc/sane.d/dll.conf
  during @exec and @unexec during pkg-plist

print/hplip-plugin:

- Re-order LICENSE block (pet portlint)

Changes this release:

http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/release_notes.html

Reviewed by:	mat (mentor)
Approved by:	makc (maintainer timeout), adamw (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D7812
Mon, 14 Mar 2016
[ 11:40 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:411055
411055 print/cups/Makefile
411055 print/cups/files/cups.conf.sample
411055 print/cups/files/patch-backend_usb-libusb.c
411055 print/cups/pkg-plist
411055 print/hplip/Makefile
411055 print/hplip/files/patch-io-hpmud-musb.c
Add a patch to print/cups and print/hplip to disable detaching of ulpt(4).
This isn't needed on FreeBSD and it always fails because the process doesn't
have the required privileges.

Add a sample devd configuration file to print/cups that gives users in group
cups access to USB printers. [1]

Submitted by:	hselasky, Alexander Zagrebin <alex@zagrebin.ru> [1]
Fri, 11 Mar 2016
[ 11:53 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:410825
410825 MOVED
410825 UPDATING
410825 editors/libreoffice/Makefile
410825 editors/libreoffice4/Makefile
410825 editors/openoffice-4/Makefile
410825 editors/openoffice-devel/Makefile
410825 emulators/wine-devel/Makefile
410825 emulators/wine/Makefile
410825 games/pythonsudoku/Makefile
410825 graphics/darktable/Makefile

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Combine print/cups-base, print/cups-client and print/cups-image into
print/cups and update it to 2.1.3.  Also remove print/cups-pstoraster,
improve print/cups-filters, print/foomatic-* and update print/hplip to
3.16.2.

Long description:

First some background.  When you hand a file to cups it sets up a chain of
filter programs that converts the file to something a printer understands.
Each filter has a cost associated with it and cups tries to find the
cheapest chain.  Costs used to be configured in such a way that files were
first converted to PostScript.  This could then be manipulated further (e.g.
putting multiple pages on one sheet) before finally being sent to a
PostScript printer or another filter like pstoraster which produces a raster
format understood by non-PostScript printer drivers.  Nowadays most filters
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Tue, 11 Dec 2012
[ 12:32 makc ] Original commit   Revision:308681
308681 print/hplip/Makefile
308681 print/hplip/distinfo
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-Makefile.in
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-base__utils.py
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-core_install.py
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-installer__core_install.py
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-io-hpmud-musb.c
308681 print/hplip/files/patch-prnt__hpcups__HPCupsFilter.cpp
308681 print/hplip/pkg-plist
- Update to 3.12.11
- Remove stale patches
- Trim Makefile header
Mon, 17 May 2010
[ 11:51 pav ] Original commit 
1.2137 MOVED
1.487 print/Makefile
1.30 print/hplip/Makefile
1.11 print/hplip/distinfo
1.1 print/hplip/files/hpssd.in
1.7 print/hplip/files/hpssd.sh.in
1.2 print/hplip/files/patch-CVE-2008-2940
1.2 print/hplip/files/patch-CVE-2008-2941
1.2 print/hplip/files/patch-Makefile.am
1.9 print/hplip/files/patch-Makefile.in

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- Move print/hplip3 to print/hplip

Approved by:    Anish Mistry <amistry@am-productions.biz> (old maintainer)
Wed, 25 Mar 2009
[ 16:42 pav ] Original commit 
1.23 print/hplip/Makefile
1.1 print/hplip/files/patch-io-hpmud-musb.c
1.2 print/hplip/pkg-descr
- Fix probing HP PS 8250 printer

PR:             ports/127810
Submitted by:   Torfinn Ingolfsen <torfinn.ingolfsen@broadpark.no>
Approved by:    maintainer timeout (5 months)

Number of commits found: 6

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