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Mon, 2 Mar 2015
[ 23:42 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:380309
380309 net/p5-Net-Google-Calendar/pkg-descr
380309 net/p5-Net-INET6Glue/pkg-descr
380309 net/p5-Net-Packet/pkg-descr
380309 net/p5-Socket6/pkg-descr
380309 net/phamm/pkg-descr
380309 net/py-zsi/pkg-descr
380309 net/ruby-dict/pkg-descr
380309 net/sippy_b2bua/pkg-descr
380309 net/socketbind/pkg-descr
380309 net/tableutil/pkg-descr

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Remove Author from pkg-descr and white space fixes
Thu, 29 Jun 2006
[ 07:51 sat ] Original commit 
1.79 russian/Makefile
1.1 russian/tidyup-mail/Makefile
1.1 russian/tidyup-mail/distinfo
1.1 russian/tidyup-mail/pkg-descr
Add port russian/tidyup-mail:

This program is especially useful for russian/ukrainian/belarusian users
but however can help those who reads mail from people that uses such
brain-damaged web-mailers as yahoo mail.

Fatigue with xterm when reading mail from mutt? Tired to press "Do Full
reset" every time when terminal becames full of garbage? This program is
for you! It removes unsafe characters from email & makes xterm happy!

Intended to be used with procmail.

Author: Alexander Gromnizki
WWW: http://gromnizki.unixdev.net

PR:             ports/97476
Submitted by:   Alexander Gromnizki <gromnizki@unixdev.net>

Number of commits found: 2

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