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non port: head/security/pyobfsproxy/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 14 Jul 2013
[ 20:38 cs ] Original commit 
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/Makefile
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/distinfo
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/files
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/files/patch-setup.py
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/pkg-descr
323001 security/pyobfsproxy/pkg-plist
Update to 0.2.2

PR:		ports/179893 ports/179928
Tue, 26 Mar 2013
[ 22:27 cs ] Original commit 
315337 security/Makefile
315337 security/pyobfsproxy
315337 security/pyobfsproxy/Makefile
315337 security/pyobfsproxy/distinfo
315337 security/pyobfsproxy/pkg-descr
315337 security/pyobfsproxy/pkg-plist
Pyobfsproxy is a pluggable transport proxy written in Python. Its architecture
is similar to the architecture of Obfsproxy.

Number of commits found: 2

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