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Number of commits found: 2

Fri, 8 Nov 2013
[ 22:06 vg ] Original commit   Revision:333264
333264 sysutils/dunst/Makefile
333264 sysutils/dunst/pkg-descr
- Fixed mistake at the COMMENT
- Changed LIB_DEPENDS to modern syntax
- Removed -O3 and -g flags to compiler
- Removed CFLAGS because not necessary
- A bit modified pkg-descr with recommendations by danfe

Submitted by:	danfe
Mon, 4 Nov 2013
[ 09:41 vg ] Original commit   Revision:332677
332677 sysutils/Makefile
332677 sysutils/dunst
332677 sysutils/dunst/Makefile
332677 sysutils/dunst/distinfo
332677 sysutils/dunst/pkg-descr
sysutils/dunst - Lightweight notification daemon

Dunst is a lightweight replacement for the notification-daemons provided
by most desktop environments. It's very customizable, doesn't depend on
any toolkits and therefore fits in those windowmanager centric setups we
all love to customize to perfection.

WWW: http://www.knopwob.org/dunst

Also I fixed:
- Fixed depends
- Removed plist and added list of files at Makefile
- Added stage support
- Added more description of port to pkg-descr

PR:		ports/179624
Submitted by:	Rod Person <rodperson@rodperson.com>
Approved by:	eadler, osa, rm (mentors, implicit)

Number of commits found: 2

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