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non port: head/www/rt42/Makefile.cpan

Number of commits found: 8

Mon, 22 Dec 2014
[ 17:12 matthew ] Original commit 
375248 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
Fix typo in Makefile.cpan

PR:		196196
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Sun, 14 Sep 2014
[ 15:33 matthew ] Original commit 
368190 www/rt42/Makefile
368190 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
368190 www/rt42/distinfo
368190 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.7

       - USES_PGSQL -> USES+= pgsql
       - Now that the problems with UTF8 in the	DB have	been solved, switch
         back to depending on p5-DBD-Pg	rather than p5-DBD-Pg32

Note: this update required DB schema changes to be applied.  Please
follow the instructions in pkg-message.
Wed, 30 Jul 2014
[ 09:46 matthew ] Original commit 
363456 www/rt42/Makefile
363456 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
363456 www/rt42/distinfo
363456 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.6

Note: For Postgresql users -- this version of RT requires a
down-graded copy of DBD::Pg which is supplied by the new
databases/p5-DBD-Pg32 port.  This may cause conflicts if you have
other consumers of p5-DBD-Pg installed.

Fri, 13 Jun 2014
[ 05:42 matthew ] Original commit 
357648 www/rt42/Makefile
357648 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
357648 www/rt42/distinfo
357648 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.5

Release Botes:

Note on perl-5.20 support -- is being deprecated in perl CORE,
which may generate warnings.  Ultimately it will need to switch to a
separate p5-CGI port.  Recommended to stick with perl-5.18 or earier
on production systems for the time being.
Mon, 27 Jan 2014
[ 20:52 matthew ] Original commit 
341450 www/rt42/Makefile
341450 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
Due to a denial-of-service vulnerability in www/rt42 versions 4.2.0 --
4.2.2 inclusive, require at least version 0.03 of

It's this port which is vulnerable, but the essential fix is to update

MFH:		2014Q1
Security:	d1dfc4c7-8791-11e3-a371-6805ca0b3d42
Sun, 19 Jan 2014
[ 14:32 matthew ] Original commit 
340311 www/rt42/Makefile
340311 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
   * Fix up botched PGSQL dependencies
   * Add the missing HTML_DOC_DEPS
   * Use 'DEVELOPER' rather than 'DEV' consistently for that option
   * Since BUILD_DEPENDS is always going to be a super-set of
     RUN_DEPENDS for this port, simplify things by generating
     RUN_DEPENDS from the OPTIONS choices, and then just append that
     to the BUILD_DEPENDS.
Fri, 29 Nov 2013
[ 07:20 matthew ] Original commit 
335149 www/rt42
335149 www/rt42/Makefile
335149 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
335149 www/rt42/distinfo
335149 www/rt42/files/
335149 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
335149 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout
335149 www/rt42/files/
335149 www/rt42/files/
335149 www/rt42/pkg-descr

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Step two of reconnecting www/rt42 with its history: svn cp ww/rt40
www/rt42 and reapply the changes.

Reported by:	bsam
Wed, 27 Nov 2013
[ 00:11 matthew ] Original commit 
334987 www/Makefile
334987 www/rt42
334987 www/rt42/Makefile
334987 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
334987 www/rt42/distinfo
334987 www/rt42/files
334987 www/rt42/files/
334987 www/rt42/files/
334987 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
334987 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout

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