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non port: head/x11/sbxkb/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 2 Feb 2015
[ 01:26 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:378286
378286 x11/py-qt4-opengl/pkg-plist
378286 x11/rstart/pkg-plist
378286 x11/ruby-X11/pkg-plist
378286 x11/sakura/pkg-plist
378286 x11/sbxkb/pkg-plist
378286 x11/simdock/pkg-plist
378286 x11/startup-notification/pkg-plist
378286 x11/terminal.app/pkg-plist
378286 x11/xscreensaver-gnome-hacks/pkg-plist
- Drop @dirrm* from pkg-plists

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Thu, 15 Nov 2012
[ 11:39 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:307449
307449 x11/Makefile
307449 x11/sbxkb
307449 x11/sbxkb/Makefile
307449 x11/sbxkb/distinfo
307449 x11/sbxkb/pkg-descr
307449 x11/sbxkb/pkg-plist
Add a port of sbxkb, modernized replacement for classic xxkb.  It sometimes
works better in modern desktop environments.

Feature safe:	yes

Number of commits found: 2

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