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Number of commits found: 7

Tue, 28 Jun 2011
[ 18:12 nox ] Original commit 
1.39 comms/lirc/Makefile
1.7 comms/lirc/distinfo
1.2 comms/lirc/files/lircd.conf.in
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::dump_config.c
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::hw_devinput.c
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::ir_remote.c
1.3 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::lircd.c
- Update to 0.9.0 .
- Add devinput driver (/dev/input/eventX, -H devinput) in preparation
  for upcoming webcamd update that will support it.
- Fix build with clang, and a few bugs it found too.
Sat, 26 Feb 2011
[ 22:11 nox ] Original commit 
1.43 audio/mp3blaster/Makefile
1.134 audio/rhythmbox/Makefile
1.45 audio/rhythmbox/pkg-plist
1.34 comms/lirc/Makefile
1.6 comms/lirc/distinfo
1.4 comms/lirc/files/lircd.sh.in
1.4 comms/lirc/files/patch-configure
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-configure.ac
1.2 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::Makefile.in
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::hw-types.c

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- Update comms/lirc to 0.9.0p1_4 in order to be able to use the lirc
  support in webcamd svn (for mceusb-based receivers/transmitters and
  USB DVB tuner remotes supported by the Linux code), and enable
  support for a few more USB devices while we're at it tho of those
  only an FTDI-based one was tested:

        http://www.huitsing.nl/irftdi/ [1]

- Fix plist for audio/rhythmbox and multimedia/totem and
  add missing LIRC_{CFLAGS,LIBS} variables to CONFIGURE_ENV for
  multimedia/xine when building them with (optional) lirc support. [2]

- Chase liblirc_client shlib version bump for ports depdending on it
  and bump PORTREVISIONs for ports depending on it by default.

Approved by:    portmgr (miwi) [2]
Thanks to:      Warren Block <wblock@wonkity.com> for testing [1]
Fri, 19 Jan 2007
[ 02:27 bland ] Original commit 
1.23 comms/lirc/Makefile
1.5 comms/lirc/distinfo
1.1 comms/lirc/files/lircd.sh.in
1.3 comms/lirc/files/patch-configure
1.5 comms/lirc/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.8.0
- Hack configure so produced daemon binary is ready to use
  with third party kernel drivers.
- Make libirman support optional.
- Move daemon communication sockets under /var/run/lirc.
- Add startup script.
- Use bzip2.
- Minor cleanups.

Approved by:    maintaner
Sun, 22 Jan 2006
[ 08:22 edwin ] Original commit 
1.3 comms/aldo/distinfo
1.2 comms/bfhist/distinfo
1.5 comms/bforce-kst/distinfo
1.3 comms/bpl+/distinfo
1.16 comms/comserv/distinfo
1.4 comms/conserver/distinfo
1.7 comms/cutecom/distinfo
1.2 comms/cwdaemon/distinfo
1.2 comms/echolinux/distinfo
1.19 comms/efax-gtk/distinfo

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SHA256ify

Approved by:    krion@
Wed, 19 Oct 2005
[ 03:41 mikeh ] Original commit 
1.13 comms/lirc/Makefile
1.3 comms/lirc/distinfo
1.2 comms/lirc/files/patch-aa
1.2 comms/lirc/files/patch-ac
1.2 comms/lirc/files/patch-ad
1.2 comms/lirc/files/patch-configure
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-daemons::serial.c
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-drivers::lirc.h
1.3 comms/lirc/pkg-plist
* Update to 0.7.2.

PR:      ports/86528
Submitted by:   Daniel J. O'Connor <darius@dons.net.au>
Thu, 18 Mar 2004
[ 18:01 trevor ] Original commit 
1.11 archivers/p5-Archive-Zip/distinfo
1.4 archivers/p5-Compress-Bzip2/distinfo
1.2 astro/accrete/distinfo
1.2 audio/gdesklets-cornerxmms/distinfo
1.2 audio/gtkgep/distinfo
1.4 audio/juke/distinfo
1.14 audio/lame/distinfo
1.6 audio/p5-CDDB_get/distinfo
1.5 audio/p5-MP3-Info/distinfo
1.8 audio/ripit/distinfo

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Add size data, approved by maintainers.
Mon, 6 Oct 2003
[ 01:31 edwin ] Original commit 
1.87 comms/Makefile
1.1 comms/lirc/Makefile
1.1 comms/lirc/distinfo
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-aa
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-ab
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-ac
1.1 comms/lirc/files/patch-ad
1.1 comms/lirc/pkg-descr
1.1 comms/lirc/pkg-message
1.1 comms/lirc/pkg-plist
New port: comms/lirc: Linux Infared Remote Control

        This is a port of the LIRC, Linux Infrared Remote Control,
        package (www.lirc.org). This port installs the daemons and
        tools for interacting with device drivers that support the
        LIRC device interface. The port does not install any FreeBSD
        infrared device drivers yet; the user must obtain these
        from third parties or port the existing Linux drivers.

PR:             ports/46774
Submitted by:   Mike Heffner <mikeh@FreeBSD.org> <mheffner@acm.vt.edu>

Number of commits found: 7

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