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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 12 Jun 2016
[ 16:59 pi ] Original commit 
416808 sysutils/qjail2/Makefile
416808 sysutils/qjail2/pkg-message
sysutils/qjail2: Update pkg-message

- explain which version of qjail2 and qjail works for which FreeBSD version

PR:		210238
Submitted by:	Grzegorz Junka <list1@gjunka.com>, Ernie Luzar
<luzar722@gmail.com>
Tue, 4 Jun 2013
[ 15:08 pawel ] Original commit 
319867 sysutils/Makefile
319867 sysutils/qjail2
319867 sysutils/qjail2/Makefile
319867 sysutils/qjail2/distinfo
319867 sysutils/qjail2/pkg-descr
319867 sysutils/qjail2/pkg-message
319867 sysutils/qjail2/pkg-plist
Readd qjail 2.x legacy branch. This is second forgotten part of ports/179184,
first was committed in r319728.

Number of commits found: 2

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