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non port: cad/brlcad/files/patch-src__librt__primitives__brep__brep.cpp
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Number of commits found XX: 2

Sun, 10 Nov 2019
[ 09:40 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:517198
517198 cad/brlcad
517198 cad/brlcad/Makefile
517198 cad/brlcad/distinfo
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-cmake_2.8.12
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-cmake_3.0.x
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-cmake_3.1.x
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-misc__CMake__BRLCAD_CompilerFlags.cmake
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-src__librt__primitives__brep__brep.cpp
517198 cad/brlcad/files/patch-src__other__CMakeLists.txt
517198 cad/brlcad/pkg-descr

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- Resurrect BRLCAD, undeprecate, update to version 7.28.0
- Cleanup seemingly unused {BUILD,LIB}_DEPENDS, adjust USES
- Do not require specific (85) version of Tcl/Tk
- Convert pkg-message to UCL format, sort pkg-plist
Sun, 17 Nov 2013
[ 17:40 rakuco ] Original commit   Revision:334109
334109 cad/brlcad/Makefile
334109 cad/brlcad/Makefile.man
334109 cad/brlcad/files/patch-misc__CMake__BRLCAD_CompilerFlags.cmake
334109 cad/brlcad/files/patch-src__librt__primitives__brep__brep.cpp
334109 cad/brlcad/pkg-plist
- Add a patches sent upstream and adjust the build flags to build with
  libc++.
- Support staging.

PR:		ports/183623
Submitted by:	rakuco
Approved by:	maintainer timeout (14 days)

Number of commits found XX: 2

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