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Add DOCS options to ports that should have one.

Also various fixes related to said option.

PR:		230864
Submitted by:	mat
exp-runs by:	antoine
Fri, 3 Jan 2014
[ 15:34 adamw ] Original commit   Revision:338548
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338548 benchmarks/httperf/Makefile
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327708 benchmarks/bonnie++/Makefile
327708 benchmarks/bonnie/Makefile
327708 benchmarks/cpipe/Makefile
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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
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Wed, 31 Jul 2013
[ 22:53 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:324075
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Fix build with clang
Fri, 20 Nov 2009
[ 22:53 pav ] Original commit 
1.13 archivers/kbackup/Makefile
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1.16 benchmarks/nbench/Makefile
1.5 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.4 benchmarks/pathload/Makefile
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- Mark MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE

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Wed, 3 May 2006
[ 23:26 edwin ] Original commit 
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1.4 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.11 benchmarks/postal/Makefile
1.3 benchmarks/scimark2c/Makefile
1.13 benchmarks/tmetric/Makefile
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Remove USE_REINPLACE from all categories starting with B
Wed, 5 Oct 2005
[ 13:45 ehaupt ] Original commit 
1.3 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.3 benchmarks/pathchirp/distinfo
Update benchmarks/pathchirp to version 2.4.1

Modifications:
- respect NOPORTDOCS
- respect user defined optimization flags

PR:             86922
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id> (maintainer)

Approved by:    novel (mentor)
Tue, 7 Jun 2005
[ 07:52 pav ] Original commit 
1.2 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.2 benchmarks/pathchirp/distinfo
- Update to 2.4.0

PR:             ports/81979
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id> (maintainer)
Mon, 23 May 2005
[ 23:17 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.42 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/pkg-descr
Add pathchirp.

pathChirp is a new active probing tool for estimating the available bandwidth
on a communication network path. Based on the concept of "self-induced
congestion", pathChirp features an exponential flight pattern of probes we
call a chirp. Packet chirps offer several significant advantages over current
probing schemes based on packet pairs or packet trains. By rapidly increasing
the probing rate within each chirp, pathChirp obtains a rich set of
information from which to dynamically estimate the available bandwidth.

WWW: http://www.spin.rice.edu/Software/pathChirp/

PR:             ports/81293
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id>

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