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Number of commits: 20
Tue, 26 Aug 2014
[ 22:48 truckman ] Original commit 
openoffice-4 4.1.1 editors files touched by this commit Integrated wordprocessor/dbase/spreadsheet/drawing/chart/browser
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.1 has been officially released.

Release announcement:

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.1

21 August 2014 - The Apache OpenOffice project is pleased to announce
the immediate availability of OpenOffice 4.1.1. You can download
it from our website.

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.1 is a micro update with many useful and
critical bugfixes including 2 security relevant fixes (details will
come separately).

Bugfixes include:
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Mon, 25 Aug 2014
[ 23:21 truckman ] Original commit 
openoffice-4 4.1.0 editors files touched by this commit Integrated wordprocessor/dbase/spreadsheet/drawing/chart/browser
Remove the --with-system-graphite configure option to unbreak
editors/openoffice-4 on FreeBSD 10.0 and 11.0.  The cause of the
breakage is that on systems with clang as the default compiler,
graphics/silgraphite is built with clang and linked to libc++.so.1,
while openoffice is built with gcc from ports and linked to libstdc++.
This combination causes the resulting executables to go boom.

Add a source makefile patch to unbreak the --with-system-jpeg option
and enable this option.  The problem is that without this patch the
build tries to link to the openjdk version of libjpeg instead of
the version installed by graphics/jpeg.

The --with-system-mythes options also works, so enable it as well.

Adjust LIB_DEPENDS for these changes.  Also make the graphics/png
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Wed, 13 Jun 2012
[ 07:36 truckman ] Original commit 
evolution-data-server 2.32.1_2 databases files touched by this commit The data backends for the Evolution integrated mail/PIM suite
Rev 1.13 did not fix the build with Heimdal 1.5.x because the
extra include files required by the updated <com_err.h> were
guarded by "#if HAVE_COM_ERR_H", which configure does not define
when compiling the test program.  There was also an extra inclusion
of <com_err.h> inside the #if/#endif block.  For some odd reason, a number
of the other include file tests in the configure script are written
with an extra #include, but it is harmless in those cases because the
#if conditions are not met.

Remove the #if test and the redundant include from the test program for
<com_err.h>.  Make a similar fix to the test for <et/com_err.h>.

Reviewed by:    mezz
Wed, 6 Jun 2012
[ 20:49 truckman ] Original commit 
scilab 5.3.3_4 math files touched by this commit Scientific software package for numerical computations
Unbreak package builds on pointyhat cluster by adding the missing
unzip dependency.

Add a post-extract target to copy the .jar files from distfiles to the
thirdparty directory instead of doing this as part of post-patch.

Slightly re-order the contents of Makefile to get rid of some new
portlint warnings introduced in rev 1.89.

Reported by:    pav@ and bapt@ from pointyhat error logs
Approved by:    Rob Farmer <rfarmer AT predatorlabs.net> (maintainer)
Sun, 3 Jun 2012
[ 00:59 truckman ] Original commit 
scilab 5.3.3_4 math files touched by this commit Scientific software package for numerical computations
Extract saxon.jar from the distfile for the textproc/saxon port into
the thirdparty build directory for the scilab port.  This allows the
removal of the textproc/saxon build dependency from the scilab port so
that scilab can be built on a host that has apache-openoffice-3.4.*
installed.  The latter port has a run dependency on textproc/saxon-devel,
which conflicts with textproc/saxon.

PR:             168398
Approved by:    Rob Farmer <rfarmer AT predatorlabs.net> (maintainer)
Tue, 14 Feb 2012
[ 07:53 truckman ] Original commit 
openoffice.org-3 3.3.0 editors  Deleted files touched by this commit Integrated wordprocessor/dbase/spreadsheet/drawing/chart/browser(release branch)
Add const qualifier to OSQLParser::error() to unbreak build.

Approved by:    maho
Mon, 30 Jul 2007
[ 23:52 truckman ] Original commit 
snd 7.8_7 audio files touched by this commit Multitracking sound editor and utilities
The configure script in this port attempts to detect the presense of
complex math support by compiling a test program containing this
statement:
        val = ccosh(cacosh(1.5) / 100.0);
This does not work with GCC 4.2 in -CURRENT because the compiler totally
optimizes away the statement, so the lack of these complex functions
in the library is not detected.  This causes the actual build to fail
because the linker is unable to find various complex math functions
in the system library.

Fix the test by declaring "val" as volatile to prevent the compiler from
optimizing away the expression.

PR:             ports/115028
Wed, 4 Jan 2006
[ 13:56 truckman ] Original commit 
chrootuid 1.3 security files touched by this commit Simple wrapper that combines chroot(8) and su(1) into one program
Add SHA256.
Number of commits: 20
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