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non port: head/www/py-django-dpaste/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 5

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, 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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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: 5

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