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Two new features were added on 2020-05-30:
  1. Repology links - each port now has a link to repology.org. See issue 148 for details.
  2. Ports I maintain report - port maintainers can now subscribe to a daily report of commits to the ports they maintain. See Watch ports I maintain at Report Subscriptions. Details at issue 138
non port: audio/id3mtag/files/patch-charconv.cpp
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Wed, 15 Apr 2015
[ 08:20 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:384038
384038 Mk/Uses/iconv.mk
384038 archivers/unalz/files/patch-UnAlz.cpp
384038 archivers/unrar-iconv/files/patch-iconv
384038 audio/cmus/Makefile
384038 audio/cmus/files/patch-scripts-checks.sh
384038 audio/id3mtag/files
384038 audio/id3mtag/files/patch-charconv.cpp
384038 audio/mp3unicode/files
384038 audio/tagutil/Makefile
384038 audio/tagutil/files

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converters/libiconv:
- Remove const qualifier from iconv(3) to match POSIX:
  http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/functions/iconv.html
- Patch iconv.h to expose more GNU extensions when LIBICONV_PLUG is
  defined because the base system iconv supports these extensions too.

Add/remove patches to/from ports to call iconv with non-const arguments.

This breaks some ports on FreeBSD 10 because base system iconv.h still has
the const qualifier.  Fix this by letting USES=iconv add a build dependency
on converters/libiconv so ports can use its iconv.h (with LIBICONV_PLUG
defined) instead of the base system iconv.h.

This exposed some ports that link with libiconv when it is available instead
of using libc iconv.  In these cases one of the following changes has been
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