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Number of commits found: 11

Sun, 14 May 2006
[ 06:59 jmg ] Original commit 
1.16 sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
1.5 sysutils/ffsrecov/distinfo
1.2 sysutils/ffsrecov/pkg-descr
remove this port, it's long overdue...

Prodded by:     kris, linimon
Sun, 14 Mar 2004
[ 01:32 kris ] Original commit 
1.15 sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
BROKEN on alpha 4.x: Does not compile
Thu, 5 Feb 2004
[ 20:38 trevor ] Original commit 
1.10 archivers/9e/Makefile
1.2 archivers/9e/pkg-plist
1.10 archivers/cabextract/Makefile
1.2 archivers/cabextract/pkg-plist
1.4 archivers/hffzip/Makefile
1.2 archivers/hffzip/pkg-plist
1.2 archivers/jzip.org/Makefile
1.2 archivers/jzip.org/pkg-plist
1.10 archivers/lzop/Makefile
1.2 archivers/lzop/pkg-plist

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Use PLIST_FILES.

Reviewed by:    marcus
Thu, 20 Feb 2003
[ 20:14 knu ] Original commit 
1.7 misc/p5-DataCash/Makefile
1.9 sysutils/dvdtape/Makefile
1.13 sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
1.19 www/lynx-ssl/Makefile
1.8 x11-clocks/xtu/Makefile
1.7 x11-toolkits/Motif-dummy/Makefile
1.10 x11/xlupe/Makefile
Add MAINTAINER=ports@FreeBSD.org and de-pkg-comment.
Mon, 21 Oct 2002
[ 20:21 wollman ] Original commit 
1.12 sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
At least let people know why it is that this port is broken in
-current.  500000 is only an approximation, since the actual UFS2
header file changes were never reflected in a version bump.
Mon, 5 Mar 2001
[ 01:09 jmg ]  
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/distinfo
release a new version of ffsrecov upon the world...    
Fri, 22 Dec 2000
[ 12:34 roam ]  
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
Update MASTER_SITES.    
Sat, 8 Jul 2000
[ 05:13 jmg ]  
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
move the distfile to my puny 128kbps DSL line.    
[ 03:34 obrien ]  
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
The providers of the T-1 to www.freebsd.org does not want the have   bandwidth
wasted on distfile fetching when we have a much better connected  
ftp.freebsd.org avaible for that purpose..    
[ 00:40 jmg ]  
unknown sysutils/ffsrecov/Makefile
back out obrien's breakage of my port as he didn't pass this through  
MAINTAINER nor did he even test the building of the port!  I will revert   back
once the dist file has been propegated to the various mirrors.    
Thu, 29 Jun 2000
[ 08:03 obrien ]  
unknown archivers/nulib/Makefile
unknown audio/kmikmod/Makefile
unknown audio/kmpg/Makefile
unknown audio/libworkman/Makefile
unknown chinese/aterm/Makefile
unknown comms/bpl+/Makefile
unknown comms/plp/Makefile
unknown converters/fconv/Makefile
unknown devel/a2dev/Makefile
unknown devel/cc65/Makefile

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Move the stragler's www.freebsd.org/~user distfiles to the offical  
MASTER_SITE_LOCAL site.    

Number of commits found: 11

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