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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 22 Jun 2002
[ 02:00 billf ] Original commit 
1.3 textproc/gsed/pkg-descr
'utility' is singular and so is 'exists', so use it instead of 'exist'
Sat, 3 Feb 2001
[ 12:06 roam ]  
unknown textproc/gsed/Makefile
unknown textproc/gsed/pkg-descr
Improve the general appearance of this port:   - PORTNAME changed to sed;   -
PKGNAMEPREFIX added so the package name is still gsed;   - do-install removed,
using the real sed install target;   - a typo fixed in pkg-descr.   - maintainer
changed to Cyrille Lefevre    
Tue, 19 Dec 2000
[ 08:13 will ]  
unknown textproc/gsed/Makefile
unknown textproc/gsed/distinfo
unknown textproc/gsed/pkg-comment
unknown textproc/gsed/pkg-descr
unknown textproc/gsed/pkg-plist
Add gsed 3.02, the GNU version of sed(1), the stream editor.    

Number of commits found: 3

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