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non port: head/sysutils/keyboard-daemon/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 25 May 2013
[ 12:58 crees ] Original commit 
319048 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/Makefile
319048 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/distinfo
319048 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/files/keyboard_daemon.in
Update to 0.7

- Strip /dev/ from keyboard device filename
- Look in LOCALBASE/include/cfu for cfu headers; it moved in libcfu-0.4
Mon, 4 Mar 2013
[ 19:20 crees ] Original commit 
313420 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/Makefile
313420 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/distinfo
Update to 0.6

- Don't fail on missing -p option
Sun, 3 Mar 2013
[ 11:57 crees ] Original commit 
313344 sysutils/Makefile
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/Makefile
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/distinfo
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/files
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/files/keyboard_daemon.in
313344 sysutils/keyboard-daemon/pkg-descr
The author has not found any simple programs that listen on a device and
run commands based on the values received.

keyboard-daemon binds to a device (for example, a remote control) and
listens for button presses.  These are then mapped to programs that are
executed.

WWW: http://www.bayofrum.net/cgi-bin/fossil/keyboard-daemon/

Number of commits found: 3

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