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non port: databases/p5-App-Sqitch/Makefile
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Sat, 6 Oct 2018
[ 13:06 des ] Original commit   Revision:481365
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Any-Plugin-Rar/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Any/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Extract-Libarchive/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Peek/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Rar/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-SimpleExtractor/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Archive-Tar-Wrapper/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-Compress-LZW/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-IO-Compress-Lzf/Makefile
481365 archivers/p5-IO-Compress-Lzma/Makefile

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Fix every instance of RUN_DEPENDS:=${BUILD_DEPENDS} in p5 ports, except
for where it resulted in a change in output from build-depends-list or
run-depends-list.

Approved by:	portmgr (adamw)
Tue, 31 Jan 2017
[ 16:21 mat ] Original commit   Revision:432932
432932 astro/p5-Astro-PAL/Makefile
432932 audio/p5-Audio-MPD/Makefile
432932 biology/p5-Bio-Graphics/Makefile
432932 biology/p5-BioPerl-Run/Makefile
432932 biology/p5-BioPerl/Makefile
432932 comms/p5-SMS-SMS77/Makefile
432932 databases/p5-App-Sqitch/Makefile
432932 databases/p5-Prophet/Makefile
432932 databases/p5-SQLite-Work/Makefile
432932 databases/p5-Test-Fixture-DBI/Makefile

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Bump PORTREVISION for ports affected by the fix the last commit.

Done with:	Tools/scripts/bump-revision.sh
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sun, 10 Apr 2016
[ 10:37 pi ] Original commit   Revision:412912
412912 databases/Makefile
412912 databases/p5-App-Sqitch
412912 databases/p5-App-Sqitch/Makefile
412912 databases/p5-App-Sqitch/distinfo
412912 databases/p5-App-Sqitch/pkg-descr
412912 databases/p5-App-Sqitch/pkg-plist
New port: databases/p5-App-Sqitch

Sqitch is a database change management application. What makes it
different from your typical migration-style approaches? A few things:

## No opinions

Sqitch is not integrated with any framework, ORM, or platform.
Rather, it is a standalone change management system with no opinions
about your database engine, application framework, or development
environment.

## Native scripting

Changes are implemented as scripts native to your selected database
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