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Number of commits found: 8

Thu, 13 Jun 2019
[ 15:02 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:504096
504096 databases/casstcl/Makefile
504096 databases/pgaccess/Makefile
504096 devel/critcl/Makefile
504096 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
504096 devel/yajl-tcl/Makefile
504096 games/scid/Makefile
504096 graphics/ocaml-lablgl/Makefile
504096 lang/itcl/Makefile
504096 lang/nx/Makefile
504096 math/maxima/Makefile

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Remove left-over meaningless 85+ from USES t(cl|k)
Tue, 19 Apr 2016
[ 14:20 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:413646
413646 Mk/Uses/
413646 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/files/
413646 devel/tcl-memchan/pkg-plist
413646 devel/tcl-mmap/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-signal/Makefile
413646 devel/tcl-trf/Makefile
413646 devel/tclbsd/Makefile
413646 devel/tcllauncher/Makefile

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Add "tea" argument to USES=tcl to facilitate porting of TEA-based extensions.


"The Tcl Extension Architecture, or TEA, by John Ousterhout and others, is a
set of guidelines and techniques for the distribution, configuration,
compilation, and installation of Tcl extensions. TEA also provides a set of
utilities that operate accordingly. Many Tcl extensions leverage the TEA
utilities, which are designed to be easily customizable."

To facilitate the porting of TEA-based extensions, I have added the new "tea"
argument to USES=tcl. This argument prepares the autoconf environment by
setting GNU_CONFIGURE and sets some commonly used CONFIGURE_ARGS. Also, it
tries to figure out the correct extension name, sets TCL_PKG accordingly, and
adds it to PLIST_SUB.

I have modified a few ports to take advantage of this. More will come.
Mon, 11 Apr 2016
[ 13:33 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:413031
413031 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
devel/dbus-tcl: improve test target
Fri, 1 Apr 2016
[ 14:00 mat ] Original commit   Revision:412346
412346 databases/R-cran-RMySQL/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite.extfuns/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-sqldf/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi-googledata/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq/Makefile

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Remove ${PORTSDIR}/ from dependencies, categories d, e, f, and g.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Tue, 1 Sep 2015
[ 15:53 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:395772
395772 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
- Fix build without DOCS: dtplite dependency is always used, build fails without

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Sat, 20 Jun 2015
[ 09:51 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:390157
390157 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
390157 devel/dbus-tcl/distinfo
- Update to 2.1
  * Add support for passing file handles over the dbus.
  * Add a new dbus info subcommand to check if a dbus connection supports file
    descriptor passing.
  * Allow method scripts to decide at runtime if the response will be given
    asynchronous or not.
  * Do monitoring via a filter, rather than a fallback handler. That way also
    method_return- and error messages can be seen.
  * Accept server addresses as dbus identifiers for all commands.
  * Allow specifying an empty string for the dbus call -handler option, which
    will be handled the same as not having the option at all, i.e.:
    synchronous operation.
  * Properly handle 32- and 64-bit unsigned arguments
  * The unknown subcommand should also understand the -details option
  * Make sure type signatures and object paths are valid before passing them to
    dbus functions, because the library will panic on invalid values.
  * Implement "integer constant is too large" patch provided by Stuart.
  * Fix wrong return code from [dbus info capabilities]
Sat, 20 Dec 2014
[ 18:06 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:375029
375029 devel/acme/Makefile
375029 devel/arduino-irremote/Makefile
375029 devel/asmutils/Makefile
375029 devel/beautifyphp/Makefile
375029 devel/cbrowser/Makefile
375029 devel/chruby/Makefile
375029 devel/cil/Makefile
375029 devel/colorgcc/Makefile
375029 devel/cvs2darcs/Makefile
375029 devel/cvsbook/Makefile

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Cleanup plist
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
[ 14:29 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:352007
352007 devel/Makefile
352007 devel/dbus-tcl
352007 devel/dbus-tcl/Makefile
352007 devel/dbus-tcl/distinfo
352007 devel/dbus-tcl/pkg-descr
- New port: devel/dbus-tcl

The DBus-Tcl project provides a Tcl interface to the dbus message bus system.
It contains packages that allow Tcl programs to send and receive dbus signals,
as well as invoke and respond to dbus method calls.


Number of commits found: 8

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