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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

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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2007-11-16 misc/seizedesktop: development stalled for years, outdated,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

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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

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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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