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non port: head/security/py-cracklib/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 5

Fri, 5 Sep 2014
[ 20:19 tijl ] Original commit 
367386 irc/atheme-services/Makefile
367386 security/apg/Makefile
367386 security/cracklib/Makefile
367386 security/libpwquality/Makefile
367386 security/p5-Crypt-Cracklib/Makefile
367386 security/pecl-crack/Makefile
367386 security/py-cracklib/Makefile
367386 security/revelation/Makefile
367386 security/ruby-password/Makefile
security/cracklib:
- Add USES=libtool and bump dependent ports
- Add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
- Convert to USES=python
- Use MAKE_CMD
- Create manpage link in post-install instead of using @exec
Mon, 14 Jul 2014
[ 18:42 bapt ] Original commit 
361812 math/givaro/Makefile
361812 math/gmp-ecm/Makefile
361812 math/igraph/Makefile
361812 math/lapack95/Makefile
361812 math/ocamlgsl/Makefile
361812 math/octave-forge-dicom/Makefile
361812 math/octave-forge-gsl/Makefile
361812 math/octave-forge-ltfat/Makefile
361812 math/octave-forge-octproj/Makefile
361812 math/octave-forge-symbolic/Makefile

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Modernize LIB_DEPENDS

With hat:	portmgr
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 22:55 bapt ] Original commit 
327769 security/ADMsmb/Makefile
327769 security/ADMsnmp/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-ROAuth/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-digest/Makefile
327769 security/aescrypt/Makefile
327769 security/aespipe/Makefile
327769 security/afterglow/Makefile
327769 security/aide/Makefile
327769 security/aimsniff/Makefile
327769 security/amap/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
security)
Tue, 11 Jun 2013
[ 00:52 sbz ] Original commit 
320515 security/cracklib/Makefile
320515 security/cracklib/distinfo
320515 security/cracklib/pkg-descr
320515 security/cracklib/pkg-plist
320515 security/py-cracklib/Makefile
320515 security/py-cracklib/distinfo
320515 security/py-cracklib/pkg-descr
320515 security/py-cracklib/pkg-plist
- Update to 2.9.0
- Update pkg-descr
- Update WWW
- Remove PYTHON OPTION in security/cracklib and made security/py-cracklib a
python slave port

Reviewed by:	crees
Approved by:	sbz (myself)
Thu, 30 May 2013
[ 16:07 crees ] Original commit 
319433 security/Makefile
319433 security/py-cracklib
319433 security/py-cracklib/Makefile
319433 security/py-cracklib/distinfo
319433 security/py-cracklib/pkg-descr
319433 security/py-cracklib/pkg-plist
This CPython extension provides Python bindings for cracklib.
It contains a pythonic interface to cracklib's functions and
some Python convenience functions.

WWW: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/cracklib

Number of commits found: 5

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