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Number of commits found XX: 4

Mon, 1 Aug 2016
[ 13:07 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:419437
419437 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
419437 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.i386
419437 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.i686
419437 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.i386
419437 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.i686
419437 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/distinfo.i386
419437 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/distinfo.i686
419437 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/pkg-plist.i386
419437 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/pkg-plist.i686
419437 audio/linux-c6-alsa-plugins-oss/distinfo.i386

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Use LINUX_REPO_ARCH instead of LINUX_RPM_ARCH when setting DISTINFO_FILE
and PLIST for Linux ports.  LINUX_RPM_ARCH is the CPU targetted by a
package and LINUX_REPO_ARCH is like our ARCH which is more suitable.  This
only affects Centos 6 ports because they are the only ones where
LINUX_REPO_ARCH != LINUX_RPM_ARCH.
Sun, 9 Aug 2015
[ 19:14 netchild ] Original commit   Revision:393817
393817 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
393817 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
393817 Mk/bsd.port.mk
393817 Mk/bsd.sites.mk
393817 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.x86_64
393817 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist
393817 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.i686
393817 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.x86_64
393817 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/Makefile
393817 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/distinfo.x86_64

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Re-commit of
64 bit linuxulator support (not activated by default):
 - most of the work was done by Alan Jude
 - all errors are mine
 - 64bit (may) have rough edges
 - I validated
    * that the 32bit part doesn't has deinstall regressions (incl. EXP runs by
      antoine)
    * 29 of 72 64bit ports ports don't have deinstall leftovers (more validation
      later, when I dare to activate the 64bit linuxulator in the kernel)
 - the infrastructure part looks mature enough to let more test-bunnies get
   some experience with the new 64 bit parts
 - to use it you shall have no linux ports installed and have to specify
   (on your own risk) the following in make.conf before installing the ports:
   OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT=c6_64
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Sun, 26 Jul 2015
[ 13:35 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:392922
392922 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
392922 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
392922 Mk/bsd.port.mk
392922 Mk/bsd.sites.mk
392922 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.x86_64
392922 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist
392922 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.i686
392922 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.x86_64
392922 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/Makefile
392922 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/distinfo.x86_64

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Unbreak INDEX, reverting r392921

With hat:	portmgr
[ 13:06 netchild ] Original commit   Revision:392921
392921 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
392921 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
392921 Mk/bsd.port.mk
392921 Mk/bsd.sites.mk
392921 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.x86_64
392921 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist
392921 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.i686
392921 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-plist.x86_64
392921 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/Makefile
392921 audio/linux-c6-alsa-lib/distinfo.x86_64

(Only the first 10 of 330 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
64 bit linuxulator support (not activated by default):
 - most of the work was done by Alan Jude
 - all errors are mine
 - 64bit (may) have rough edges
 - I validated
    * that the 32bit part doesn't has deinstall regressions
    * 29 of 72 64bit ports ports don't have deinstall leftovers (more validation
      later, when I dare to activate the 64bit linuxulator in the kernel)
 - the infrastructure part looks mature enough to let more test-bunnies get
   some experience with it
 - to use it you shall have no linux ports installed and have to specify
   (on your own risk) the following in make.conf before installing the ports:
   OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT=c6_64
   OVERRIDE_LINUX_NONBASE_PORTS=c6_64
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Number of commits found XX: 4

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