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non port: databases/mysqldumper/pkg-message

Number of commits found: 3

Thu, 14 Mar 2013
[ 12:56 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:314155
314155 databases/mysqldumper/Makefile
314155 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-descr
314155 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-message
- Clean up couple of things after previous commit (r314144)
- Do not overwrite WWWOWN and WWWGRP, set should be already set
- Fix a typo in pkg-message, shorten <hr> lines by 2 characters
- While here, define LICENSE (GPLv2), reformat and strip EOL spaces from
  pkg-descr, sort the knobs, improve COMMENT, etc.
Mon, 24 Oct 2011
[ 03:44 dougb ] Original commit 
1.2 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-message
Fix some > 80 column formatting
Fri, 14 Jan 2011
[ 08:35 wen ] Original commit 
1.942 databases/Makefile
1.1 databases/mysqldumper/Makefile
1.1 databases/mysqldumper/distinfo
1.1 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-descr
1.1 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-message
1.1 databases/mysqldumper/pkg-plist
MySQLDumper is a PHP and Perl based tool for backing up MySQL databases.
You can easily dump your data into a backup file and - if needed - restore it.
It is especially suited for shared hosting webspaces, where you don't
have shell access. MySQLDumper is an open source project and released
under the GNU-license.


PR:             ports/153811
Submitted by:   Marek Holienka <>
Feature safe:   yes

Number of commits found: 3

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