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non port: head/www/p5-CGI/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 23 Feb 2015
[ 14:36 adamw ] Original commit 
379681 www/Makefile
379681 www/p5-CGI
379681 www/p5-CGI.pm/Makefile
379681 www/p5-CGI/Makefile
379681 www/p5-CGI/distinfo
379681 www/p5-CGI/pkg-descr
379681 www/p5-CGI/pkg-plist
Add www/p5-CGI.

The Perl CGI module has been deprecated from the core Perl distribution, and
will be removed in the upcoming Perl 5.22. We already have a www/p5-CGI.pm
port, but at an older version. There were incompatible changes introduced in
p5-CGI-4.00 (in particular, components began to be spun off into separate
packages).

Going forward it will be important for us to have the current p5-CGI
module in the ports tree, but the older version should probably remain, at
least for now, to maximize compatibility.

This commit registers conflicts between p5-CGI and p5-CGI.pm. We should
probably consider renaming p5-CGI.pm to p5-CGI-3 to make the difference
clearer.

I'm putting myself as maintainer in case this port causes problems. If
everything is good in a week I'll transfer it over to perl@.
Tue, 17 Jul 2001
[ 17:40 tobez ]  
unknown www/p5-CGI-modules/Makefile
unknown www/p5-CGI/Makefile
unknown www/p5-CGI/distinfo
unknown www/p5-CGI/pkg-comment
unknown www/p5-CGI/pkg-descr
unknown www/p5-CGI/pkg-plist
www/p5-CGI was repocopied to www/p5-CGI-modules.  Finish this process:    

Number of commits found: 2

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