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|19 Nov 2014 11:49:06
The FreeBSD GNOME team proudly presents GNOME 3.14 and Cinnamon 2.2.
Gnome 3.14.1 and Cinnamon 2.2.16 are supported on FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE and up.
This commit removes the old GNOME 2 desktop, bindings and some ports that
can't be compiled. A few ports where updated to more recent versions to
allow them to compile with this update.
Apart from updating ports to newer versions
GDM is more integrated with gnome-shell now, and handles several things for
the GNOME desktop such as screen locking. If you want to use GNOME 3 via
startx, you will have to add your own lock screen/screensaver. For example
can be used for sessions started without GDM.
Shell Extensions can be installed via https://extensions.gnome.org/ , we have(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|10 Sep 2014 20:50:37
Update the default version of GCC in the Ports Collection from GCC 4.7.4
to GCC 4.8.3.
Part II, Bump PORTREVISIONs.
Tested by: antoine (-exp runs)
Approved by: portmgr (implicit)
|25 Apr 2014 07:34:15
Convert to stage
Fix build with libinotity installed
Properly set rpath for tracker-gnome to find the libtracker-* libs
|22 Oct 2013 14:01:39
- Remove manual creation and removal of share/applications, as it's now in the
mtree (categories starting with [st])
Approved by: portmgr (bdrewery)
|20 Sep 2013 23:06:00
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
|23 Aug 2011 18:39:19
Chase libnotify, libproxy and webkit-gtk2 shlib changes, and fix build where
|24 Jul 2011 21:36:52
- Chase libqdbm update
|25 Feb 2011 01:32:18
Chase after net/openldap24-server update.
Reminded by: miwi
|28 Nov 2009 20:06:37
Presenting GNOME 2.28.1 for FreeBSD. The official release notes for this
release can be found at http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.28/ .
Officially, this is mostly a polishing release in preparation for GNOME 3.0
due in about a year.
On the FreeBSD front, though, a lot went into this release. Major thanks
goes to kwm and avl who did a lot of the porting work for this release.
In particular, kwm brought in Evolution MAPI support for better Microsoft
Exchange integration. Avl made sure that the new gobject introspection
repository ports were nicely compartmentalized so that large dependencies
aren't brought in wholesale.
But, every GNOME team member (ahze, avl, bland, kwm, mezz, and myself)
contributed to this release.
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|31 Jul 2009 13:57:52
- bump all port that indirectly depends on libjpeg and have not yet been bumped
Requested by: edwin
|10 Apr 2009 05:56:28
Presenting GNOME 2.26 for FreeBSD. See
http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.26/ for a list of what's new.
On the FreeBSD front, we introduced a port of libxul 1.9 as an alternative
for Firefox 2.0 as a Gecko provider. Almost all of the Gecko consumers
can make use of this provider by setting:
The GNOME 2.26 port was done by ahze, kwm, marcus, and mezz with
contributions by Joseph S. Atkinson, Peter Wemm, Eric L. Chen,
Martin Matuska, Craig Butler, and Pawel Worach.
|05 Jan 2009 19:04:45
Bump PORTREVISION's after OpenLDAP update.
Suggested by: rafan
|06 Jun 2008 14:03:26
Bump portrevision due to upgrade of devel/gettext.
The affected ports are the ones with gettext as a run-dependency
according to ports/INDEX-7 (5007 of them) and the ones with USE_GETTEXT
in Makefile (29 of them).
Submitted by: edwin@
Approved by: portmgr (pav)
|05 Apr 2008 17:02:17
Split tracker into gnome and non-gnome ports
The sysutils/tracker port is now a meta port and tracker is now split into
separate ports to allow non-GNOME users to install tracker without pulling
in GNOME components. To upgrade please use the directions below.
portmaster -o sysutils/tracker-client tracker
portmaster -u sysutils/tracker
portupgrade -o sysutils/tracker-client tacker
portupgrade -u sysutils/tracker
Repocopied by: marcus