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non port: devel/apr1/files/patch-apr_ldap_rebind.c
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 2 Sep 2012
[ 14:31 ohauer ] Original commit   Revision:303550
303550 Mk/bsd.apache.mk
303550 devel/apr1/Makefile
303550 devel/apr1/distinfo
303550 devel/apr1/files/patch-apr_hints.m4
303550 devel/apr1/files/patch-apr_ldap_rebind.c
303550 devel/apr1/pkg-plist
303550 www/apache22-event-mpm/Makefile
303550 www/apache22-itk-mpm/Makefile
303550 www/apache22-peruser-mpm/Makefile
303550 www/apache22-worker-mpm/Makefile

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devel/apr1 [1]
- update APR to 1.4.6
- update APR-util to 1.4.1
- remove PKGNAMESUFFIX'es

www/apache-(event|itk|peruser|worker)-mpm
- adopt new Makefile header, adjust
  PKGNAMESUFFIX in apache22 masterport
  PKGNAME match now LATEST_LINK

www/apache22 [2]-[6]
- rewrite for options NG
- PORTNAME s|apache|apache22|
- remove APR APR-util specific otions,
  will be checked now with help of apr/u-1-config
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Sun, 19 Jun 2011
[ 10:27 skv ] Original commit 
1.1079 UPDATING
1.1 devel/apr1/files/patch-apr_ldap_rebind.c
1.135 lang/perl5.14/Makefile
1.13 lang/perl5.14/Makefile.man
1.36 lang/perl5.14/distinfo
1.8 lang/perl5.14/files/perl-after-upgrade
1.53 lang/perl5.14/pkg-plist
Update to 5.14.1

Changes:        http://search.cpan.org/~jesse/perl-5.14.1/pod/perldelta.pod

Number of commits found: 2

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