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non port: head/sysutils/rubygem-murder/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 5

Fri, 24 Oct 2014
[ 16:56 mva ] Original commit 
371454 sysutils/autojump/Makefile
371454 sysutils/bamf/Makefile
371454 sysutils/battray/Makefile
371454 sysutils/bsdploy/Makefile
371454 sysutils/byobu/Makefile
371454 sysutils/duplicity/Makefile
371454 sysutils/farbot/Makefile
371454 sysutils/feather/Makefile
371454 sysutils/flyback/Makefile
371454 sysutils/fusefs-wikipediafs/Makefile

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- Convert ports of sysutils/ to new USES=python

Approved by:	portmgr (implicit)
Wed, 30 Oct 2013
[ 02:57 swills ] Original commit 
332050 sysutils/rubygem-fssm/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-log4r/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-murder/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-admin/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-cpu/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-filesystem/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-host/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-proctable/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-uname/Makefile
332050 sysutils/rubygem-sys-uptime/Makefile

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- Add stage support
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 23:06 bapt ] Original commit 
327772 sysutils/3dm/Makefile
327772 sysutils/44bsd-more/Makefile
327772 sysutils/915resolution/Makefile
327772 sysutils/DTraceToolkit/Makefile
327772 sysutils/LPRng/Makefile
327772 sysutils/LPRngTool/Makefile
327772 sysutils/abck/Makefile
327772 sysutils/abgx360/Makefile
327772 sysutils/abgx360gui/Makefile
327772 sysutils/acpi_call/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
sysutils)
Thu, 3 Nov 2011
[ 14:43 swills ] Original commit 
1.2 devel/rubygem-filemagic/Makefile
1.2 devel/rubygem-mkrf/Makefile
1.2 devel/rubygem-railsless-deploy/Makefile
1.3 devel/rubygem-sdl/Makefile
1.2 sysutils/rubygem-capistrano-ext/Makefile
1.2 sysutils/rubygem-murder/Makefile
1.8 textproc/rubygem-sass/Makefile
1.4 www/rubygem-uglifier/Makefile
- Change maintainer to ruby@ so that any ruby@ folks can update them
Sat, 12 Mar 2011
[ 18:57 swills ] Original commit 
1.1279 sysutils/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/rubygem-murder/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/rubygem-murder/distinfo
1.1 sysutils/rubygem-murder/pkg-descr
Murder is a method of using Bittorrent to distribute files to a large amount
of servers within a production environment. This allows for scaleable and
fast deploys in environments of hundreds to tens of thousands of servers
where centralized distribution systems wouldn't otherwise function.

WWW: http://github.com/lg/murder

Number of commits found: 5

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