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Number of commits found: 2

Thu, 5 Jan 2017
[ 22:58 jbeich ] Original commit   Revision:430669
430669 audio/libgpod/Makefile
430669 comms/gnuradio/Makefile
430669 comms/gnuradio/files/patch-cmake_Modules_FindUSB.cmake
430669 comms/libticables2/Makefile
430669 comms/owfs/Makefile
430669 comms/rtl-sdr/Makefile
430669 comms/rtl-sdr/files/patch-configure.ac
430669 comms/rtl-sdr/files/patch-librtlsdr.pc.in
430669 comms/usbmuxd/Makefile
430669 devel/acsccid/Makefile

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Assume "pkg-config libusb*" works after 9.x EOL

FreeBSD appears to use different pkg-config name for 0.1.x API but it
doesn't matter much as 0.1, 1.0 and 2.0 share CFLAGS/LIBS.
Wed, 7 Nov 2012
[ 07:48 martymac ] Original commit   Revision:307117
307117 comms/Makefile
307117 comms/rtl-sdr
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/Makefile
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/distinfo
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/files
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/files/extra-patch-Makefile.am
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/files/patch-configure.ac
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/pkg-descr
307117 comms/rtl-sdr/pkg-plist
Add rtl-sdr, set of tools to use RTL2832U-based USB dongles as cheap SDR

Feature safe:	yes

Number of commits found: 2

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