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Number of commits found: 3

Sun, 8 Oct 2000
[ 00:02 asami ] Original commit 
unknown archivers/9e/files/md5
unknown archivers/9e/patches/patch-aa
unknown archivers/9e/patches/patch-ab
unknown archivers/9e/pkg/COMMENT
unknown archivers/9e/pkg/DESCR
unknown archivers/9e/pkg/PLIST
unknown archivers/arc/files/md5
unknown archivers/arc/patches/patch-aa
unknown archivers/arc/patches/patch-ab
unknown archivers/arc/patches/patch-ac

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Convert archivers category to new layout.  
Thu, 7 Sep 2000
[ 08:44 knu ] Original commit 
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/Makefile
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/pkg/PLIST
unknown japanese/rbnamazu/Makefile
unknown japanese/rbnamazu/pkg/PLIST
unknown japanese/rskkserv/Makefile
unknown japanese/ruby-eb/Makefile
unknown japanese/ruby-eb/pkg/PLIST
unknown mail/ruby-tmail/Makefile
unknown mail/ruby-tmail/pkg/PLIST
unknown security/ruby-tcpwrap/Makefile

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Update with    
Sat, 12 Aug 2000
[ 13:12 knu ] Original commit 
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/Makefile
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/files/md5
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/pkg/COMMENT
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/pkg/DESCR
unknown archivers/ruby-zlib/pkg/PLIST
Add ruby-zlib, an extension library to use zlib from Ruby    

Number of commits found: 3

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