|non port: archivers/linux-upx/Makefile
Number of commits found: 6
Sat, 14 Apr 2012
[ 20:24 netchild ] |
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Set the expiration date for all ports which depend upon linux_base-fc4 to
the EoL of the last 7.x release. The 7.x branch is the only supported
FreeBSD version not yet at his EoL which needs a linux 2.4 based linuxulator
environment (linux_base-f10 doesn't work there).
I didn't bump the portrevision, this is mostly done as a hint for ports
committers to tell them that at least the emulation@-owned ports need
to stay until then (even the forbidden ones). The dependent ports need to
go at the same time, but are free to be deleted before.
Discussed with: bsam
Mon, 7 Mar 2011
[ 14:54 ehaupt ] |
Tue, 2 Jun 2009
[ 21:15 bsam ] |
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. add linux-f10 ports to the rank of CONFLICTS for linux-fc4 ports;
. bump PORTREVISIONs.
Wed, 1 Apr 2009
[ 10:10 bsam ] |
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Finish repocopies of new linux-f8 infrastructure ports:
. add CONFLICTS to 47 original ports;
. bump PORTREVISIONs for all of them;
. pet portlint for 2-3 ports (misplaced PORTREVISION).
Thu, 19 Mar 2009
[ 17:28 bsam ] |
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Welcome to the new linux ports infrastructure which allows using
both current (fc4) and future linux (f8) distributions at one
The patch contains full changes to ports/Mk files and all ports involved.
But only infrastructure is changed. The resulting packages are the same as
before. Hence no need to bump PORTREVISIONs.
The idea was taken from bsd.gnome.mk and others.
More than 130 ports are switched to follow a new linux infrastructure
introduced by changes to bsd.port.mk, bsd.linux-rpm.mk and a new
Thanks for all who was involved and helped me with this work.
And help from Alexander Leidinger was incredible.
Other changes are coming. Stay tuned!
Submitted by: bsam (me)
Exp-run by: portmgr (pav)
Mon, 4 Jun 2007
[ 08:48 bsam ] |
UPX is a free, portable, extendable, high-performance executable
packer for several different executable formats. It achieves an
excellent compression ratio and offers very fast decompression.
Your executables suffer no memory overhead or other drawbacks
because of in-place decompression.
UPX is copyrighted software distributed under the terms of the
GNU General Public License, with special exceptions granting
the free usage for commercial programs as stated in the
UPX License Agreement.
Number of commits found: 6
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