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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 4 Jun 2007
[ 15:01 gabor ] Original commit 
1.18121 /CVSROOT/modules
1.1382 MOVED
1.884 security/Makefile
1.18 security/op/Makefile
1.4 security/op/distinfo
1.2 security/op/files/patch-defs.h
1.4 security/op/files/patch-lex.l
1.4 security/op/files/patch-main.c
1.2 security/op/pkg-descr
1.4 security/op/pkg-install

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Remove expired ports:

2007-04-27 security/op: no longer available from any mastersite
2007-05-15 shells/bash2: Old, unmaintained version, use shells/bash instead
2007-05-19 sysutils/xperfmon: irrelevant for supported FreeBSD releases
Tue, 21 Aug 2001
[ 16:29 brian ]  
unknown security/op/Makefile
unknown security/op/pkg-install
unknown security/op/pkg-plist
Tidy things up a bit    
Tue, 10 Apr 2001
[ 11:52 lioux ]  
unknown security/op/Makefile
unknown security/op/pkg-install
unknown security/op/pkg-plist
- Update maintainer email   - Replace some harcoded paths with tweakable
variables   - Some naming conventions changes around Makefile   - Some
additional patching   - Add some hackery to bypass fetch problems with     coast
sites   - Add $FreeBSD$ to PKGINSTALL and PLIST   - Deploy PORTDOCS technology
inside PLIST    
Sat, 7 Apr 2001
[ 03:13 will ]  
unknown security/op/Makefile
unknown security/op/distinfo
unknown security/op/files/patch-defs.h
unknown security/op/pkg-comment
unknown security/op/pkg-descr
unknown security/op/pkg-install
unknown security/op/pkg-plist
Add op 1.11, a program to allow others to run commands as root (like   sudo but
different).  Hey, CERIAS @ Purdue wrote this.  Cool.    

Number of commits found: 4

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