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non port: head/print/py-trml2pdf/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 5 Oct 2014
[ 06:59 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:370035
370035 print/py-trml2pdf/Makefile
370035 print/py-trml2pdf/pkg-plist
370035 www/py-satchmo/Makefile
Unbreak py-satchmo, it depended on both py-imaging (self+via py-sorl-thumbnail)
and py-pillow (via py-trml2pdf)
Thu, 26 Nov 2009
[ 14:28 miwi ] Original commit 
1.481 print/Makefile
1.1 print/py-trml2pdf/Makefile
1.1 print/py-trml2pdf/distinfo
1.1 print/py-trml2pdf/pkg-descr
1.1 print/py-trml2pdf/pkg-plist
Tiny RML2PDF is a component of the Open Report project. It can be used with the
Tiny Reporting Server to have a complete solution to render PDF file on the
fly.

WWW:    http://tiny.be

PR:             ports/140781
Submitted by:   Kevin Golding <ports at caomhin.org>

Number of commits found: 2

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