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non port: devel/libvirt/files/pkg-message.in
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Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 13 Aug 2019
[ 16:01 mat ] Original commit   Revision:508835
508835 databases/adminer/files/pkg-message.in
508835 databases/adodb/files/pkg-message.in
508835 databases/adodb5/files/pkg-message.in
508835 databases/akonadi/pkg-message
508835 databases/arangodb33/pkg-message
508835 databases/ateam_mysql_ldap_auth/files/pkg-message.in
508835 databases/bbdb/pkg-message
508835 databases/cassandra3/pkg-message
508835 databases/couchdb/files/pkg-message.in
508835 databases/couchdb2/files/pkg-message.in

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Convert to UCL & cleanup pkg-message (categories d)
Sun, 21 Jul 2019
[ 14:00 novel ] Original commit   Revision:507049
507049 devel/libvirt/Makefile
507049 devel/libvirt/distinfo
507049 devel/libvirt/files/pkg-message.in
507049 devel/libvirt/pkg-plist
devel/libvirt: update to 5.5.0
Wed, 8 Jun 2016
[ 04:10 novel ] Original commit   Revision:416528
416528 devel/libvirt/Makefile
416528 devel/libvirt/distinfo
416528 devel/libvirt/files/libvirt_nss_bsd.syms
416528 devel/libvirt/files/pkg-message.in
416528 devel/libvirt/pkg-plist
devel/libvirt: update to 1.3.5

 - update to 1.3.5
 - drop the *.syms file as it's properly included in the tarball now
 - drop some --without-* flags from CONFIGURE_ARGS for those which feature
   probing improved upstream (so we don't have Linux specific features
   automatically enabled)
 - add a link to the official documentation for bhyve users
Sun, 1 Nov 2015
[ 15:11 novel ] Original commit   Revision:400619
400619 devel/libvirt/Makefile
400619 devel/libvirt/files/pkg-message.in
400619 devel/libvirt/pkg-message
400619 devel/libvirt/pkg-plist
devel/libvirt: improve configuration handling

libvirt stores various configuration objects in XML files and
also uses symlinks to enable/disable various things. While
using @sample could prevent from touching user-modified configs,
it is quite cumbersome to preserve state of enabled or disabled
symlink controlled objects across reinstall.

In order to address this situation:

 * Install these configuration files into %%EXAMPLESDIR%%,
 * Update pkg-message with instructions how to apply the
   default configuration if user wants to. Also, pkg-message
   moved to files/pkg-message.in to allow substitution,
 * While here, convert virtlockd.conf to @sample
 * Bump PORTREVISION

PR:			203865
Differential Revision:	D3938

Number of commits found: 4

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