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Number of commits found XX: 9

Thu, 11 Oct 2007
[ 19:35 vd ] Original commit 
1.18885 /CVSROOT/modules
1.555 LEGAL
1.1497 MOVED
1.260 chinese/Makefile
1.9 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
1.2 chinese/emacs20/files/Emacs
1.5 chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
1.2 chinese/emacs20/files/emacs20-xim-20000713.diff
1.3 chinese/emacs20/pkg-message
1.182 comms/Makefile

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Remove expired leaf ports:
2007-07-21 graphics/xpcd: is an abandoned project and might be vulnerable
2007-07-29 comms/ixj: does not work on any supported FreeBSD version
2007-08-19 chinese/emacs20: "editors/emacs is recommended instead for new
installations"
2007-08-22 java/collections: only needed for jdk1.1, which is obsolete
Thu, 19 Jul 2007
[ 09:30 linimon ] Original commit 
1.8 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
1.29 chinese/xemacs/Makefile
1.13 converters/mule-ucs-emacs20/Makefile
1.4 databases/bbdb-emacs20/Makefile
1.3 databases/lsdb-emacs20/Makefile
1.8 deskutils/mhc-emacs20/Makefile
1.3 devel/eieio-emacs20/Makefile
1.6 devel/elib-emacs20/Makefile
1.8 devel/pcl-cvs-emacs20/Makefile
1.3 devel/semantic-emacs20/Makefile

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Start the deorbit burn of emacs20 and dependent files.  They are antiquated.

Discussed with: various emacs maintainers
Hat:            portmgr
Wed, 17 Jan 2007
[ 08:34 rafan ] Original commit 
1.7 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
1.2 chinese/emacs20/pkg-message
- chiense/xcin is removed. Use other XIMs.
Sun, 5 Nov 2006
[ 10:27 rafan ] Original commit 
1.6 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
- Chase chinese/xcin25 -> chinese/xcin
Fri, 16 Dec 2005
[ 07:40 clive ] Original commit 
1.5 chinese/emacs20/Makefile
1.75 editors/emacs20/Makefile
Fix post-install target conflicts.

Submitted by:   NIIMI Satoshi <sa2c at sa2c dot net>
Tue, 29 Jan 2002
[ 09:39 knu ] Original commit 
unknown benchmarks/bytebench/Makefile
unknown biology/xdrawchem/Makefile
unknown chinese/emacs20/Makefile
unknown chinese/enscript/Makefile
unknown chinese/firebird/Makefile
Use ${ECHO_CMD} instead of ${ECHO} where you mean the echo command;   the ECHO
macro is set to "echo" by default, but it is set to "true" if   make(1) is
invoked with the -s option while ECHO_CMD is always set to   the echo command.  
 
Tue, 22 May 2001
[ 19:19 sobomax ] Original commit 
unknown chinese/XFree86-aoutlibs/Makefile
unknown chinese/dia/Makefile
unknown chinese/emacs20/Makefile
unknown chinese/enscript/Makefile
unknown chinese/joe/Makefile
unknown chinese/linux-gtk/Makefile
unknown chinese/mutt/Makefile
unknown chinese/rxvt-big5/Makefile
unknown chinese/rxvt-gb/Makefile
unknown chinese/tin/Makefile

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Ports policy:    
Wed, 6 Dec 2000
[ 13:24 clive ] Original commit 
unknown chinese/emacs20/Makefile
unknown chinese/xa+cv/Makefile
unknown chinese/xmms/Makefile
unknown games/xphotohunter/Makefile
clive@CirX.ORG -> clive@FreeBSD.org    
Fri, 1 Dec 2000
[ 04:49 keith ] Original commit 
unknown chinese/emacs20/Makefile
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/Emacs
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/dot.emacs
unknown chinese/emacs20/files/emacs20-xim-20000713.diff
unknown chinese/emacs20/pkg-message
Initial version.  A L10N Emacs that can act as an XIM client.    

Number of commits found XX: 9

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