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non port: head/x11/libXcm/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 17 Mar 2014
[ 19:25 bsam ] Original commit 
348498 x11/libXcm/Makefile
348498 x11/libXcm/distinfo
348498 x11/libXcm/pkg-plist
x11/libXcm: update to version 0.5.3

Changes Overview:
* Patch for transposed EDID red y bits (Florian Hoch)
* add xcm-edid xcm-x11 xcm-ddc pkg-config file
Fri, 15 Feb 2013
[ 10:53 bsam ] Original commit 
312284 x11/Makefile
312284 x11/libXcm
312284 x11/libXcm/Makefile
312284 x11/libXcm/distinfo
312284 x11/libXcm/pkg-descr
312284 x11/libXcm/pkg-plist
The libXcm library is colour management helper for Xorg. It contains
a reference implementation of the X Color Management specification.
It allows to attach colour regions to X windows to communicate with
colour servers.

Number of commits found: 2

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