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Fri, 21 Oct 2016
[ 15:21 mat ] Original commit   Revision:424427
424427 archivers/lhasa/Makefile
424427 archivers/liblz4/Makefile
424427 archivers/minizip/Makefile
424427 archivers/unadf/Makefile
424427 audio/libaacplus/Makefile
424427 audio/libadplug/Makefile
424427 audio/libmikmod/Makefile
424427 audio/libmikmod/files
424427 audio/libtremor/Makefile
424427 audio/libxmp/Makefile

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Use USES=pathfix where applicable.

PR:		213195
Submitted by:	mat
Exp-run by:	antoine
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8093
Fri, 9 Sep 2016
[ 19:42 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:421635
421635 CHANGES
421635 Mk/Uses/cmake.mk
421635 Mk/Uses/ninja.mk
421635 Mk/bsd.port.mk
421635 archivers/gcpio/Makefile
421635 archivers/gtar/Makefile
421635 archivers/lhasa/Makefile
421635 audio/beast/Makefile
421635 audio/flac/Makefile
421635 audio/libgpod/Makefile

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Most commonly used build systems support silent builds, when they
hide actual commands executed and only show short summary line (like
"CC foo.c"). CMake and ninja enable this by default, some autotools
using ports do as well. This is unacceptable because we need complete
build logs at any time, so we now switch to verbose build logs
unconditionally. Note that this change deliberately affects ALL
builds and not only package builds on cluster, because we need to
be sure that user experiencing failure can always provide informative
build log regardless of settings and without rerunning the build.

Change summary:

- Always do verbose builds for cmake, ninja and GNU configure (the
  latter includes check if --disable-silent-rules is actually supported
  by the configure script; there are isolated cases when it's not true)
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Wed, 20 Jul 2016
[ 19:56 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:418852
418852 archivers/Makefile
418852 archivers/lhasa
418852 archivers/lhasa/Makefile
418852 archivers/lhasa/distinfo
418852 archivers/lhasa/pkg-descr
418852 archivers/lhasa/pkg-plist
- Add archivers/lhasa

Lhasa is a command line tool and library for parsing LHA archives.

Currently it is only possible to decompress archives. Compressing
LHA archives may be an enhancement for future versions. The aim is
to be compatible with as many different variants of the LHA file
format as possible, including LArc (.lzs) and PMarc (.pma).

The command line tool aims to be interface-compatible with Unix LHA
tool (command line syntax and output), for backwards compatibility
with tools that expect particular output.

WWW: http://fragglet.github.io/lhasa/

PR:		211177
Submitted by:	cs@innolan.dk

Number of commits found: 3

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