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Number of commits found: 15

Fri, 1 Apr 2016
[ 14:33 mat ] Original commit 
412351 vietnamese/vn7to8/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-RgoogleMaps/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-htmlwidgets/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-httpuv/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-httr/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-rvest/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-scrapeR/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-selectr/Makefile
412351 www/R-cran-shiny/Makefile
412351 www/WebMagick/Makefile

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Remove ${PORTSDIR}/ from dependencies, categories v, w, x, y, and z.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sat, 16 Jan 2016
[ 09:52 miwi ] Original commit 
406203 www/py-django-allauth/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-annoying/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-app-plugins/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-appconf/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-appmedia/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-assets/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-auth-ldap/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-bootstrap-form/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-caching-app-plugins/Makefile
406203 www/py-django-classy-tags/Makefile

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- Switch all ports to www/py-django18
- Bump PORTREVISION
Sun, 3 Jan 2016
[ 21:10 antoine ] Original commit 
405185 textproc/py-elasticsearch-dsl-py/Makefile
405185 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
Remove MASTER_SITES=CHEESESHOP from some ports that use github to fetch
Sat, 31 Oct 2015
[ 12:13 koobs ] Original commit 
400574 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
400574 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
www/py-django-dpaste: Update to 2.9

 - Update to 2.9. This fixes run-time and tests with www/django (1.8)
 - Use Django 1.8 for RUN_DEPENDS
 - Switch to USE_GITHUB (no new sources at PyPI)

Default to using Django 1.8 (www/py-django) because the current
version of www/py-django-mptt (a dependency) defaults to installing 1.8.

Installation currently causes a conflict as installation of both django16
and django18 are attempted:

  py-django-dpaste -> www/django16, www/py-django-mptt
  py-django-mptt -> www/django (1.8)

This fixes a failure in the quarterly ports branch reported by pkg-fallout.

Reviewed by:		antoine
MFH:			2015Q4 (pre-approved: antoine)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D4048
Thu, 25 Jun 2015
[ 07:16 koobs ] Original commit 
390536 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
390536 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
www/py-django-dpaste: Update to 2.8

- Update to 2.8
- Switch to CHEESESHOP for MASTER_SITES
- Match COMMENT with upstream
- Add LICENSE_FILE
- Sort USE_PYTHON values
- Tweak RUN_DEPENDS to limit to Django 1.6 and switch to file-based
  django detection (instead of package).

This ensures that if a port that depends on this one, also depends on a
different django version, it will see and use the installed version,
rather than attempting to install another one, which results in a
conflict as all django ports conflict with each other.

See r390184 [1] and 390535 [2] for other instances of this issue.

- Remove TESTS option and tox as a TEST_DEPENDS

[1] https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/ports/390184
[2] https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/ports/390535
Thu, 7 May 2015
[ 20:24 mat ] Original commit 
385665 security/barnyard2/Makefile
385665 security/barnyard2/distinfo
385665 security/d0_blind_id/Makefile
385665 security/d0_blind_id/distinfo
385665 security/md5deep/Makefile
385665 security/md5deep/distinfo
385665 security/metasploit/Makefile
385665 security/metasploit/distinfo
385665 security/openca-tools-forked/Makefile
385665 security/openca-tools-forked/distinfo

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Update ports in the remaining categories to not use GH_COMMIT.

With minor cleanups to make things simpler.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sat, 3 Jan 2015
[ 08:41 mva ] Original commit 
376109 www/anyremote2html/Makefile
376109 www/aws/Makefile
376109 www/clearsilver/Makefile
376109 www/cocoon/Makefile
376109 www/download-gemist/Makefile
376109 www/feedjack/Makefile
376109 www/gaeo/Makefile
376109 www/gaeutilities/Makefile
376109 www/google-sitemapgen/Makefile
376109 www/httpie/Makefile

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- Convert USE_PYTHON to new USES in www/

With hat:	python@
Sun, 16 Feb 2014
[ 06:06 koobs ] Original commit 
344500 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
344500 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
www/py-django-dpaste: Update to 2.5, support testing

- Update to 2.5
- RUN_DEPENDS: Use requests 2.x
- Add TEST_DEPENDS and regression-test: target

Changes: https://github.com/bartTC/dpaste/blob/2.5/CHANGELOG
Mon, 27 Jan 2014
[ 12:14 koobs ] Original commit 
341385 audio/beets/Makefile
341385 audio/py-discogs-client/Makefile
341385 deskutils/dosage/Makefile
341385 devel/py-jira/Makefile
341385 devel/py-rauth/Makefile
341385 finance/py-stripe/Makefile
341385 multimedia/livestreamer/Makefile
341385 multimedia/py-subliminal/Makefile
341385 multimedia/spotify-websocket-api/Makefile
341385 security/wapiti/Makefile

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Sweep www/py-requests dependants to www/py-requests1

Point all www/py-requests dependants to www/py-requests1 in preparation for
the upgrade of www/py-requests to version 2.x, which substantially breaks API
compatibility.

Maintainers of these ports can update their requests dependency independently
as time for sufficient testing permits.

PR:		ports/185631
Thu, 16 Jan 2014
[ 08:19 koobs ] Original commit 
339901 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
www/py-django-dpaste: Bump PORTREVISION for pkg-fallout

pkg-fallout has been reporting build failures since a previous commit [1] to
this port which updated PORTVERSION without updating the commit hash from the
upstream repository.

Bump portrevision so it sees/gets the new bits.

[1] http://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports?view=revision&revision=336445
Mon, 16 Dec 2013
[ 10:55 koobs ] Original commit 
336618 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
336618 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
www/py-django-dpaste: Update commit hash, switch to setuptools new world order

- Dont point to a direct commit since upstream tagged 2.1
- Deprecate easy_install
Sat, 14 Dec 2013
[ 13:38 koobs ] Original commit 
336445 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
336445 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
www/py-django-dpaste: Update to 2.1 (Upstream is responsive, Thanks Martin!)

After reporting that re-rolling distributions can cause headaches for packagers
and users, Martin graciously (and quickly) addressed it with a version bump,
git tag and PyPi update. This change is a functional noop and brings the
universe back into equilibrium.
[ 13:09 koobs ] Original commit 
336443 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
336443 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
336443 www/py-django-dpaste/files
www/py-django-dpaste: Packaging fixes upstreamed and distfile re-rolled

Four reported issues were upstreamed and the PyPi distribution file
was re-rolled without a version bump or new tag. A number of addition
commits also come along with this (Cmd-Enter to submit form) so bump
PORTREVISION accordingly.

- Delete all patches and the post-patch: workaround. Fixes:

 Issue #26: Templates and static files missing from sdist and installed
            files (create MANIFEST.in)

            https://github.com/bartTC/dpaste/issues/26

 Issue #27: manage.py uneccessarily installed in LOCALBASE/bin due
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Tue, 10 Dec 2013
[ 10:31 koobs ] Original commit 
336056 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
www/py-django-dpaste: Add option for MIGRATIONS support (via south)

A few migrations come packaged with this Django application and the author
notes they are "preferred", but not required.

Regarding the option naming, it was furiously debated in #freebsd-python and
I opted for naming the "feature that is enabled" rather than the application
enabling it. Another data point is the common use of the term "schema
migrations" in Django parlance.

Thank you xmj for being a great sounding board as always!

Reported by:	Johannes Meixner (xmj, via IRC)
Reviewed by:	Johannes Meixner
Sun, 8 Dec 2013
[ 13:17 koobs ] Original commit 
335885 www/Makefile
335885 www/py-django-dpaste
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/Makefile
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/files
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/files/MANIFEST.in
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/files/patch-setup.py
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/pkg-descr
335885 www/py-django-dpaste/pkg-plist
www/py-django-dpaste: Pastebin application that powers dpaste.de [NEW PORT]

dpaste is a Django based pastebin. It's intended to run separately but its
also possible to be installed into an existing Django project like a regular
app. You can find a live example on dpaste.de

WWW: https://github.com/bartTC/dpaste/

Number of commits found: 15

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