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Number of commits found: 5

Sun, 7 Dec 2014
[ 10:01 mva ] Original commit 
374183 textproc/archmage/Makefile
374183 textproc/cdiff/Makefile
374183 textproc/chm2pdf/Makefile
374183 textproc/coccigrep/Makefile
374183 textproc/codespell/Makefile
374183 textproc/doclifter/Makefile
374183 textproc/ecromedos/Makefile
374183 textproc/gnome-doc-utils/Makefile
374183 textproc/ibus-el/Makefile
374183 textproc/ibus-table/Makefile

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- Convert textproc/ to USES=python

With hat:	python@
Wed, 2 Apr 2014
[ 19:33 olivierd ] Original commit 
349950 textproc/py-pdfminer/Makefile
349950 textproc/py-pdfminer/distinfo
- Update to 20140328

PR:		188042
Submitted by:	Kozlov Sergey (maintainer)
Sun, 19 Jan 2014
[ 13:39 mva ] Original commit 
340284 textproc/py-pdfminer/Makefile
340284 textproc/py-pdfminer/pkg-plist
340284 www/py-django-registration-defaults/Makefile
340284 www/py-django-registration-defaults/pkg-plist
- Convert to PYDISTUTILS_AUTOPLIST

PR:		ports/184809
Submitted by:	Kozlov Sergey <kozlov.sergey.404@gmail.com>
Mon, 13 Jan 2014
[ 21:00 rene ] Original commit 
339634 accessibility/accerciser/Makefile
339634 accessibility/at-spi/Makefile
339634 accessibility/orca/Makefile
339634 accessibility/py-atspi/Makefile
339634 accessibility/py-papi/Makefile
339634 archivers/rpm4/Makefile
339634 astro/astrometry/Makefile
339634 astro/py-metar/Makefile
339634 astro/pyephem/Makefile
339634 audio/alsa-lib/Makefile

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Python cleanup:
- USE_PYTHON* = 2.X -> USE_PYTHON* = 2
- USE_PYTHON* = 2.X+ -> USE_PYTHON* = yes
Reviewed by:	python (mva, rm)
Approved by:	portmgr-lurkers (mat)
Fri, 29 Nov 2013
[ 20:02 sunpoet ] Original commit 
335218 textproc/Makefile
335218 textproc/py-pdfminer
335218 textproc/py-pdfminer/Makefile
335218 textproc/py-pdfminer/distinfo
335218 textproc/py-pdfminer/pkg-descr
335218 textproc/py-pdfminer/pkg-plist
- Add py-pdfminer
- While I'm here, update to 20131113

PDFMiner is a tool for extracting information from PDF documents. Unlike other
PDF-related tools, it focuses entirely on getting and analyzing text data.
PDFMiner allows to obtain the exact location of texts in a page, as well as
other information such as fonts or lines. It includes a PDF converter that can
transform PDF files into other text formats (such as HTML).
It has an extensible PDF parser that can be used for other purposes instead
of text analysis.

WWW: http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/python/pdfminer/index.html

PR:		ports/181992
Submitted by:	Kozlov Sergey <kozlov.sergey.404@gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 5

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