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Number of commits: 7
Tue, 20 Aug 2013
[ 05:31 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
libgcrypt 1.5.3 security files touched by this commit General purpose crypto library based on code used in GnuPG
Use GCC 4.2+ on armv6.

Reviewed by:	umq
Approved by:	umq
Thu, 15 Aug 2013
[ 06:12 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
pasm 0.84 devel files touched by this commit TI PRU Assembler
Add a port for the TI PASM.

PASM stands for PRU assembler. PRU stands for Programmable Realtime Unit.

Reviewed by:	ak
Wed, 10 Apr 2013
[ 18:05 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
subversion 1.7.9_1 devel files touched by this commit Version control system
Bump PORTREVISION.

Approved by:	portmgr
Requested by:	bdrewery
[ 16:16 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
subversion 1.7.9 devel files touched by this commit Version control system
Remove the NPREFIX macro and use a more data-driven approach.

PR:		177746j
Submitted by:	Christoph Mallon
Reviewed by:	lev
Approved by:	portmgr
Sat, 23 Mar 2013
[ 03:41 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
subversion 1.7.8 devel files touched by this commit Version control system
Add 'Sponsored by:' to the FreeBSD template.

Furthermore, auto complete the Sponsored by field if ORGANIZATION is
defined in /etc/make.conf.

This means that you can set:

ORGANIZATION=The FreeBSD Foundation

in /etc/make.conf and then, after (re)building subversion, the FreeBSD
template will have the name of the organization you defined
automatically filled.

Maintainer timeout after 10 days.

Reviewed by:	eadler, gjb, peter
Approved by:	gjb
Sat, 2 Mar 2013
[ 06:04 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit 
rubygem-ri_cal 0.8.8 textproc files touched by this commit Library for parsing, and generating iCalendar data
Fix categories.
[ 04:25 rpaulo (src committer) ] Original commit   Sanity Test Failure
rubygem-ri_cal 0.8.8 textproc  Refresh files touched by this commit Library for parsing, and generating iCalendar data
New port: rubygem-ri_cal. It's possible that 'devel' is the wrong
component, but I followed the status quo. The Ruby gems dealing with
calendar files should probably be in textproc.

RiCal is a new Ruby Library for parsing, generating, and using iCalendar
(RFC 2445) format data.

Reviewed by:	jgh
Number of commits: 7
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