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Number of commits found: 3

Wed, 2 Jun 2004
[ 17:16 netchild ] Original commit 
1.57 sysutils/cdrtools/Makefile
1.2 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-README.rscsi
1.2 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-cdda2wav::interface.c
1.11 sysutils/cdrtools/pkg-descr
1.4 sysutils/cdrtools/pkg-descr.mkisofs
1.11 sysutils/cdrtools/pkg-plist
1.3 sysutils/cdrtools/pkg-plist.mkisofs
- Add a workaround for the problem that cdda2wav doesn't use a page
  aligned buffer for the SCSI transfers in paranoia mode. [1]
- Stop the artificial separation of mkisofs from cdrtools and merge
  sysutils/mkisofs into sysutils/cdrtools which brings us in line
  with other distributions. The separation of mkisofs caused quite
  some confusion among users as well as committers about why its
  PORTVERSION was different from the cdrtools port, how to install
  it, etc.

PR:             63775 [1]
Submitted by:   marius
Tue, 20 Apr 2004
[ 20:46 netchild ] Original commit 
1.13 UPDATING
1.55 sysutils/cdrtools/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-README.rscsi
1.1 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-RULES::rules.cnf
1.3 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ad
1.5 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ai
1.2 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-bb
1.1 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-cdda2wav::interface.c
1.1 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-cdda2wav::ioctl.c
1.1 sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-cdda2wav::mycdrom.h

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erge from sysutils/cdrtools-devel resp. sysutils/mkisofs-devel:

Changes common to cdrtools and mkisofs:
- Delete targets for mkisofs and friends when building cdrtools and vice
  versa to speed up the build of the respective port.
- Respect CC already at the configure-stage.
- Manually replace included copies of config.guess and config.sub with
  versions from ${PORTSDIR}/Templates.
- Install relevant READMEs in DOCSDIR (unless NOPORTDOCS is set), some
  manual pages also reference these.
- Add a workaround for what appears to be a problem with gmake and certain
  locales on -current. [1]

Changes to cdrtools:
- Adjust COMMENT, some tools in this package are for extracting CDs/CD-R[W]s.
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Thu, 2 Aug 2001
[ 09:55 dirk ]  
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/Makefile
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/distinfo
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ac
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ae
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-af
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ag
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ah
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ai
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-aj
unknown sysutils/cdrtools/files/patch-ak

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Upgrade to cdrtools-1.10 after repository copy from cdrecord.    

Number of commits found: 3

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