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non port: head/www/edbrowse/files/patch-doc-man-edbrowse-debian.1
SVNWeb

Number of commits found: 1

Fri, 17 Jan 2014
[ 17:08 danilo ] Original commit   Revision:340081
340081 www/Makefile
340081 www/edbrowse
340081 www/edbrowse/Makefile
340081 www/edbrowse/distinfo
340081 www/edbrowse/files
340081 www/edbrowse/files/patch-doc-man-edbrowse-debian.1
340081 www/edbrowse/files/patch-src-makefile.bsd
340081 www/edbrowse/pkg-descr
340081 www/edbrowse/pkg-plist
- Add new port www/edbrowse

Edbrowse is an editor, a web browser, and a mail client that is 100%
text based. The interface is similar to /bin/ed, though there are many
more features, such as editing multiple files simultaneously, and
rendering html.

PR:		ports/185590
Submitted by:	David Vionnet <david.vionnet@vmailbox.org>

Number of commits found: 1

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