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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
found something from the cache
non port: head/shells/scponly/files/patch-SECURITY
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Number of commits found: 2

Sat, 18 Jun 2011
[ 17:24 ohauer ] Original commit 
1.37 shells/scponly/Makefile
1.17 shells/scponly/distinfo
1.2 shells/scponly/files/patch-SECURITY
1.5 shells/scponly/files/patch-helper.c
1.2 shells/scponly/files/patch-scponly.c
 -Add both versions of each configure flag (--enable-x/--disable-x) for safety
 -Update to May 26, 2011 snapshot:
    Add support for OpenSSH's sftp-server umask option.
    Remove inline references to satisify certain compilers
    Remove the now unnecessary sftp-logging compatibility mode.
    When getopt_long is not available, like on AIX, use bundled NetBSD
        getopt_long.
    Update the SECURITY document to include a reference to /etc/popt and \
        ~/.popt as they relate to rsync.
    Fix for rsync-3.0 which now uses a short -e option, with an optional
        argument as a server side option indicating protocol compatibility.
    Fix scponly crash on Solaris
    Fix detection and inclusion of getopt on certain platforms
    Document risks associated with popt reading /etc/popt and ~/.popt
    Document getopt requirement (when certain configure options are enabled)
 - cleanup redundant BUILD_DEPENDS+=  [1]

PR:             ports/157804
Submitted by:   Rob Farmer <rfarmer _at_ predatorlabs.net> (maintainer), ohauer 
[1]
Approved by:    maintainer
Wed, 15 Dec 2010
[ 07:12 wen ] Original commit 
1.36 shells/scponly/Makefile
1.1 shells/scponly/files/patch-SECURITY
1.6 shells/scponly/pkg-plist
-Patch SECURITY doc to include note about bypassing rsync argument checking with
popt (from upstream) and tell people to read it
-Drop long comment describing knobs - it just duplicates OPTIONS
-For SCPONLY_DEFAULT_CHDIR, print a note about setting it. I'm not sure if
post-patch is the best place for this, though?
-Drop dead site and just use Sourceforge
-Use the PORTDOCS variable
-Install some useful docs and drop useless one (TODO)
-Drop pre-everything message about defaults changing; that was 5 years ago
-LOCALBASE vs. PREFIX correction
-Add post-install messages to the plist so package users see them too

PR:             ports/153115
Submitted by:   Rob Farmer <rfarmer@predatorlabs.net> (maintainer)

Number of commits found: 2

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