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Number of commits found: 9

Thu, 12 Nov 2015
[ 13:53 zi ] Original commit 
401349 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
401349 security/openbsm-devel/distinfo
401349 security/openbsm-devel/files/patch-libbsm__bsm_io.c
401349 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.2-alpha4
Sun, 19 Oct 2014
[ 15:55 antoine ] Original commit 
371191 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
371191 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
Fix packaging
Tue, 23 Sep 2014
[ 09:48 bapt ] Original commit 
369016 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
Simplify plist
Mon, 25 Aug 2014
[ 14:11 zi ] Original commit 
366078 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
366078 security/openbsm-devel/files/patch-bin__auditdistd__subr.c
366078 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
- Merge in workaround from 191002
- Update LICENSE
- Fix mtree issue on >= 9.2
- Bump PORTREVISION
Sun, 6 Jul 2014
[ 20:29 tijl ] Original commit 
361005 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
361005 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
Add USES=libtool
Sun, 11 May 2014
[ 18:37 zi ] Original commit 
353723 net-mgmt/nagios-check_email_delivery/Makefile
353723 net-mgmt/snmp4nagios/Makefile
353723 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
353723 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
353723 security/paperkey/Makefile
353723 security/seccure/Makefile
353723 security/seccure/files/patch-Makefile
353723 security/seccure/pkg-plist
353723 security/skipfish/Makefile
353723 security/skipfish/pkg-plist

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- Add STAGE support
- Bump PORTREVISION
Sat, 9 Mar 2013
[ 16:10 zi ] Original commit 
313724 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
- Fix GROUPS variable in pkg-plist

Reported by:	bdrewery@
Fri, 22 Feb 2013
[ 00:58 zi ] Original commit 
312747 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
- Use @dirrmtry instead of @exec rmdir

Submitted by:	Bryan Drewery <bdrewery@FreeBSD.org>
Fri, 15 Feb 2013
[ 03:05 zi ] Original commit 
312271 security/Makefile
312271 security/openbsm-devel
312271 security/openbsm-devel/Makefile
312271 security/openbsm-devel/distinfo
312271 security/openbsm-devel/files
312271 security/openbsm-devel/files/auditdistd.in
312271 security/openbsm-devel/files/pkg-message.in
312271 security/openbsm-devel/pkg-plist
New port: security/openbsm-devel:

OpenBSM is an open source implementation of Sun's Basic Security Module (BSM)
Audit API and file format. BSM, the de facto industry standard for Audit,
describes a set of system call and library interfaces for managing audit
records, as well as a token stream file format that permits extensible and
generalized audit trail processing. OpenBSM extends the BSM API and file
format in a number of ways to support features present in the Mac OS X and
FreeBSD operating systems, such as Mach task interfaces, sendfile(), and
Linux system calls present in the FreeBSD Linux emulation layer.

Number of commits found: 9

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