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Mon, 5 Sep 2016
[ 19:23 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:421387
421387 Mk/Scripts/functions.sh
421387 Mk/Uses/linux.mk
421387 Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk
421387 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
421387 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
421387 Mk/bsd.port.mk
421387 Mk/bsd.sites.mk
421387 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/Makefile
421387 accessibility/linux-f10-atk/Makefile
421387 archivers/kzip/Makefile

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- Replace Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk and Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk with
  Mk/Uses/linux.mk.
- Replace USE_LINUX=yes with USES+=linux and USE_LINUX=(.*) with
  USES+=linux:\1 in all ports.
- Replace USE_LINUX_APPS with USE_LINUX in all ports.
- Use INSTALL_SCRIPT instead of INSTALL_PROGRAM to install scripts in some
  ports.
- When USE_LINUX_RPM is defined, simplify the way DISTFILES and EXTRACT_ONLY
  are defined.
- Remove BRANDELF_DIRS and BRANDELF_FILES handling.  In the very rare cases
  that it is still necessary ports can run ${BRANDELF} from post-patch.
- Remove AUTOMATIC_PLIST handling.  Only one port used it.
- Fix Linux MASTER_SITES.
- Replace OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT and OVERRIDE_LINUX_NONBASE_PORTS with
  default versions framework.
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Sat, 20 Dec 2014
[ 17:27 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:375014
375014 biology/avida/Makefile
375014 biology/blat/Makefile
375014 biology/linux-foldingathome/Makefile
375014 biology/povchem/Makefile
375014 biology/seaview/Makefile
375014 biology/ssaha/Makefile
375014 biology/wise/Makefile
Cleanup plist
Sun, 6 Jul 2014
[ 16:05 vanilla ] Original commit   Revision:360932
360932 biology/linux-foldingathome/Makefile
Stagify.

Approved by:	portmgr@ (blanket)
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 15:55 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:327709
327709 biology/ariadne/Makefile
327709 biology/artemis/Makefile
327709 biology/avida/Makefile
327709 biology/babel/Makefile
327709 biology/biococoa/Makefile
327709 biology/biojava/Makefile
327709 biology/blast/Makefile
327709 biology/blat/Makefile
327709 biology/boinc-simap/Makefile
327709 biology/chemeq/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
biology)
Sun, 23 Sep 2007
[ 05:45 edwin ] Original commit 
1.2 biology/linux-foldingathome/Makefile
1.2 biology/linux-foldingathome/distinfo
1.2 biology/linux-foldingathome/scripts/FoldingAtHome
biology/linux-foldingathome needs to run as root?
(also: update to 5.0.4)

        Upon installing FoldingAtHome I ran the software from a
        user account only to find that I was stuck in a loop of
        trying to enter configuration options. Shortly thereafter
        I realized that it was trying to write to
        /usr/local/share/foldingathome, and therefore requires being
        run as root to write there unless one changes permissions
        there. Seing as this isn't installed with a startup script
        for daemonization, and running as root seems a little
        excessive for this application, should this be adapted to
        run from a user account or set up to be able to start at
        boot?

And from maintainer:

        This diff updates the port to version 5.04, and adds
        support to running as normal user using ~/.fah
        directory.

PR:             ports/113335
Submitted by:   James Snyder <jbsnyder@fanplastic.org>
Approved by:    maintainer
Mon, 28 Aug 2006
[ 22:33 pav ] Original commit 
1.87 biology/Makefile
1.1 biology/linux-foldingathome/Makefile
1.1 biology/linux-foldingathome/distinfo
1.1 biology/linux-foldingathome/pkg-descr
1.1 biology/linux-foldingathome/scripts/FoldingAtHome
Folding@Home is a distributed computing project -- people from through out the
world download and run software to band together to make one of the largest
supercomputers in the world. Every computer makes the project closer to our
goals.
Folding@Home uses novel computational methods coupled to distributed computing,
to simulate problems thousands to millions of times more challenging than
previously achieved.

WWW: http://folding.standford.edu

PR:             ports/101235
Submitted by:   Yonatan <onatan@gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 6

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