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non port: head/security/amavis-perl/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 4

Thu, 28 Feb 2008
[ 01:07 miwi ] Original commit 
1.19443 /CVSROOT/modules
1.1545 MOVED
1.870 misc/Makefile
1.18 misc/seizedesktop/Makefile
1.4 misc/seizedesktop/distinfo
1.5 misc/seizedesktop/pkg-descr
1.4 misc/seizedesktop/pkg-plist
1.4 misc/seizedesktop/scripts/post-install
1.1971 net/Makefile
1.28 net/gnu-finger/Makefile

(Only the first 10 of 57 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
2007-11-22 x11-themes/indubstrial: yes
2008-01-14 x11-themes/gtk-smooth-engine: Redundant port (now included in
gtk-engines), no release since 2005
2007-09-21 security/amavis-perl: depends on misc/compat3x, which has security
problems
2007-12-31 sysutils/cdbakeoven: Abandonware
2008-01-04 net/gnu-finger: no active development and known security
vulnerabilities.
2007-11-16 misc/seizedesktop: development stalled for years, outdated,
unmaintained
Sun, 21 Oct 2001
[ 19:47 dwcjr ]  
unknown security/amavis-perl/Makefile
unknown security/amavis-perl/distinfo
unknown security/amavis-perl/files/patch-aa
unknown security/amavis-perl/files/patch-ab
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-deinstall
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-deinstall.qmail
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-deinstall.sendmail
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-install
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-install.qmail
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-install.sendmail

(Only the first 10 of 14 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Update to version 11   Give Seamus Venasse maintainership    
Tue, 16 Jan 2001
[ 19:08 will ]  
unknown deskutils/notebook/Makefile
unknown devel/codecrusader/Makefile
unknown devel/codemedic/Makefile
unknown emulators/vgb-bin/Makefile
unknown emulators/xmame/Makefile
unknown mail/arrow/Makefile
unknown math/glove/Makefile
unknown math/thx_1138/Makefile
unknown security/amavis-perl/Makefile
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-plist

(Only the first 10 of 28 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Update to sync with bsd.port.mk rev 1.361 - use PORTDOCS that is now in  
bsd.port.mk, for easy removal of documentation.  I left alone one port -  
japanese/elisa8x8 (or something like that), because it appeared to have   some
rather weird way of doing PORTDOCS substitution.    
Sun, 7 Jan 2001
[ 07:38 will ]  
unknown security/amavis-perl/Makefile
unknown security/amavis-perl/distinfo
unknown security/amavis-perl/files/patch-aa
unknown security/amavis-perl/files/patch-ab
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-comment
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-deinstall
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-descr
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-install
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-message
unknown security/amavis-perl/pkg-plist
Add amavis-perl 10, a mail virus scanner (uses external antivirus).    

Number of commits found: 4

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