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Number of commits found: 4

Sun, 6 Jul 2014
[ 15:28 madpilot ] Original commit 
360922 sysutils/anacron/Makefile
360922 sysutils/anacron/files/anacron.in
360922 sysutils/anacron/files/anacrontab.default
360922 sysutils/anacron/files/anacrontab.sample
360922 sysutils/anacron/files/pkg-message.in
360922 sysutils/anacron/pkg-plist
- Stagify
- While here, fix some rclint warnings

PR:		191554
Sumitted by:	dz@426.ch (maintainer)
Thu, 16 Jun 2005
[ 15:51 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.5 sysutils/anacron/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/anacron.sh.in
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/anacrontab.default
1.4 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-aa
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-gregor.c
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-matchrx.c
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-readtab.c
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-runjob.c
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/pkg-message.in
1.3 sysutils/anacron/pkg-message

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[1]:
  - Add a rcNG startup script
  - Use mkstemp() instead of the insecure tempnam()

Moreover:
  - Also create /var/spool/anacron when installed from a package
  - Try to remove /var/spool/anacron when deinstalling the package; if
    it fails, hint the user about removing it manually
  - Respect ${CC}
  - Install/deinstall ${PREFIX}/etc/anacrontab
  - Split the monolithic patch-aa into separate patches
  - Refactor some patches into ${REINPLACE_CMD} invocations
  - Install the program ourselves (it is more straightforward than
    fixing the vendor's Makefile)
  - Use SUB_FILES=pkg-message

PR:             ports/82168 [1]
Submitted by:   maintainer [1]
Wed, 24 Nov 2004
[ 02:45 sem ] Original commit 
1.4 sysutils/anacron/Makefile
1.3 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-aa
1.2 sysutils/anacron/pkg-message
1.2 sysutils/anacron/pkg-plist
- Add startup script.

PR:             ports/74287
Submitted by:   maintainer
Sat, 4 Oct 2003
[ 00:29 edwin ] Original commit 
1.428 sysutils/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/anacron/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/anacron/distinfo
1.1 sysutils/anacron/files/patch-aa
1.1 sysutils/anacron/pkg-descr
1.1 sysutils/anacron/pkg-message
1.1 sysutils/anacron/pkg-plist
New port: anacron

        Anacron is a periodic command scheduler.  It executes
        commands at intervals specified in days.  Unlike cron, it
        does not assume that the system is running continuously.
        It can therefore be used to control the execution of daily,
        weekly and monthly jobs (or anything with a period of n
        days), on systems that don't run 24 hours a day.

        Anacron is not an attempt to make cron redundant.

PR:             ports/55959
Submitted by:   Derik van Zuetphen <dz@426.ch>

Number of commits found: 4

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