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Number of commits found XX: 11

Tue, 9 Dec 2014
[ 10:37 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:374359
374359 devel/autogen/pkg-plist
374359 devel/automake/pkg-plist
374359 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
374359 devel/automoc4/pkg-plist
cleanup plist
Mon, 22 Sep 2014
[ 05:47 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:368803
368803 Mk/Scripts/check-stagedir.sh
368803 Mk/Scripts/check_leftovers.sh
368803 Mk/bsd.port.mk
368803 devel/automake/pkg-plist
368803 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
368803 devel/desktop-file-utils/pkg-plist
368803 ports-mgmt/pkg/Makefile
368803 ports-mgmt/pkg/distinfo
368803 ports-mgmt/pkg/pkg-plist
368803 textproc/xmlcatmgr/Makefile
Update to 1.3.8 Changes:
- Plist parser do not accept modes like o+w g+s u+r
- @owner/@group with no argument reset the default ownership to root/wheel
- Plug regression tests into the release mechanism as mandatory
- Allow url in repository configuration to be overriden by another configuration
  file
- If one of -P, -I or -R is not explicitly given on the command line do not emit
  error messages while searching for a mechanism to find data about the latest
  available ports.
- External keywords can now take arguments
- Directories under PREFIX are automatically handled and removed if needed
- MTREE are not packaged anymore neither extracted on final installation
- OS major checking (to determine if pkg is running on an upgraded base system)
  uses the same mechanism as ABI detection instead of relying on UNAME_r which
  can have false positivie on jails
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Sat, 28 Jul 2007
[ 06:33 ade ] Original commit 
1.1433 MOVED
1.30 Mk/bsd.autotools.mk
1.530 UPDATING
1.16 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/Makefile
1.4 chinese/iiimf-le-newpy/files/patch-Makefile
1.13 chinese/iiimf-le-ude/Makefile
1.4 chinese/iiimf-le-ude/files/patch-Makefile
1.2825 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/autoconf-wrapper/Makefile
1.1 devel/autoconf-wrapper/files/autotools-wrapper.sh

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Update to the autotools new world order.

Tested by:      numerous package build runs
Approved by:    portmgr
Thanks to:      des, kris, linimon, pav
Thu, 14 Oct 2004
[ 20:47 ade ] Original commit 
1.55 devel/autoconf213/Makefile
1.14 devel/autoconf213/pkg-plist
1.50 devel/autoconf253/Makefile
1.2 devel/autoconf253/files/patch-autoconf.texi
1.16 devel/autoconf253/pkg-plist
1.58 devel/autoconf259/Makefile
1.3 devel/autoconf259/files/patch-autoconf.texi
1.19 devel/autoconf259/pkg-plist
1.52 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.2 devel/automake14/files/patch-automake.texi

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Use INFO [1]
Other miscellaneous cleanups with info files

PR:             72651 [1]
Submitted by:   leeym [1]
Thu, 13 May 2004
[ 20:49 ade ] Original commit 
1.48 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.10 devel/automake14/distinfo
1.2 devel/automake14/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.4 devel/automake14/files/patch-aclocal.in
1.2 devel/automake14/files/patch-automake.in
1.1 devel/automake14/files/patch-configure
1.2 devel/automake14/files/patch-m4-Makefile.in
1.18 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
Update to 1.4.6, the last of the 1.4.x automake branch.
Sun, 29 Jun 2003
[ 01:58 ade ] Original commit 
1.35 devel/automake/Makefile
1.44 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.17 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
1.42 devel/automake17/Makefile
1.14 devel/automake17/distinfo
1.4 devel/automake17/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.4 devel/automake17/files/patch-aclocal.in
1.2 devel/automake17/files/patch-automake.in
1.4 devel/automake17/files/patch-automake.texi
1.2 devel/automake17/files/patch-configure

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Use the cosmetic BUILD_VERSION variable (a la libtool), switch portnames
away from using the version number twice.

Unbreak automake17, base on work from Rui Lopes <rui@ruilopes.com>
Sat, 30 Nov 2002
[ 03:51 alane ] Original commit 
1.42 devel/autoconf213/Makefile
1.12 devel/autoconf213/pkg-plist
1.37 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.16 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
Remove "temporary" symlinks which could cause a build to fail.
Mon, 14 Oct 2002
[ 19:42 alane ] Original commit 
1.37 devel/autoconf213/Makefile
1.11 devel/autoconf213/pkg-plist
1.30 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.15 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
1. Bumped portrevision (yes, again, sorry for the thrash).
2. Fixed bug that Knu pointed out, which was the bad dirs were captured
   in bsd.port.mk (to be fixed RSN, in testing now). Fixed with the magic
   of ... symlinks! (I always thought symlinks to . were lame, and they are,
   but sometimes they can get you out of a corner. Temporarily.)
3. The question is, will anything break trying to recursively go down the
   tree following symlinks? If so, that tool needs to be fixed. A symlink
   to '.' (or '..') just plain should not be followed.

Bottom line is, AUTOCONF_DIR, AUTOMAKE_DIR, & ACLOCAL_DIR work again.
As a side effect of this fix, you can now download the entire internet
onto 1 floppy disk.
Sun, 13 Oct 2002
[ 12:54 alane ] Original commit 
1.27 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.1 devel/automake14/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.8 devel/automake14/files/patch-aa
1.8 devel/automake14/files/patch-ab
1.1 devel/automake14/files/patch-aclocal.in
1.6 devel/automake14/files/patch-ad
1.1 devel/automake14/files/patch-automake.texi
1.1 devel/automake14/files/patch-m4-Makefile.in
1.14 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
1. Made post-install DESTDIR-safe.
2. Made install put files in the RIGHT place (no extra level of dirs;
        changing 'datadir' is not the right thing to do).
3. Made nice exit when you have USE_AUTOMAKE* defined.
4. Renamed patch files so I can tell what they do.
5. Portrevision bump => 3.
Tue, 9 Jul 2002
[ 22:51 ade ] Original commit 
1.21 devel/automake14/Makefile
1.7 devel/automake14/files/patch-aa
1.7 devel/automake14/files/patch-ab
1.13 devel/automake14/pkg-plist
Eliminate file conflicts with devel/automake
Add ${PREFIX}/libexec/automake14/* links

PR:             36077
Submitted by:   Alan Eldridge <ports@geeksrus.net>
Sat, 27 Oct 2001
[ 18:09 obrien ] Original commit 
unknown devel/automake14/Makefile
unknown devel/automake14/pkg-comment
unknown devel/automake14/pkg-descr
unknown devel/automake14/pkg-plist
This was repo copied from the 'automake' port to give us a legacy   version. 
automake14 can live beside the latest 'automake', and is invoked   specifically
as 'automake14'.    

Number of commits found XX: 11

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