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non port: devel/marisa-trie/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 8 Jan 2019
[ 13:20 mat ] Original commit   Revision:489684
489684 audio/clementine-player/Makefile
489684 audio/ympd/Makefile
489684 devel/marisa-trie/Makefile
489684 devel/stack/Makefile
489684 emulators/qemu-sbruno/Makefile
489684 japanese/dbskkd-cdb/Makefile
489684 java/jd-gui/Makefile
489684 mail/qgmailnotifier/Makefile
489684 mail/ratelimit-policyd/Makefile
489684 math/openlibm/Makefile

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Remove MASTER_SITES=GH when it is the only one.

It is added by USE_GITHUB.  Tested with `make makesum` not changing distinfo.
Fri, 21 Oct 2016
[ 15:21 mat ] Original commit   Revision:424427
424427 archivers/lhasa/Makefile
424427 archivers/liblz4/Makefile
424427 archivers/minizip/Makefile
424427 archivers/unadf/Makefile
424427 audio/libaacplus/Makefile
424427 audio/libadplug/Makefile
424427 audio/libmikmod/Makefile
424427 audio/libmikmod/files
424427 audio/libtremor/Makefile
424427 audio/libxmp/Makefile

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Use USES=pathfix where applicable.

PR:		213195
Submitted by:	mat
Exp-run by:	antoine
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8093
Mon, 10 Oct 2016
[ 04:26 jbeich ] Original commit   Revision:423634
423634 devel/marisa-trie/Makefile
devel/marisa-trie: enable SSE2 by default on amd64

Respect CPUTYPE defined via make.conf in order to derive option defaults.

PR:		213271
Approved by:	Iblis Lin (maintainer)
Fri, 8 Jul 2016
[ 17:23 pi ] Original commit   Revision:418237
418237 devel/Makefile
418237 devel/marisa-trie
418237 devel/marisa-trie/Makefile
418237 devel/marisa-trie/distinfo
418237 devel/marisa-trie/files
418237 devel/marisa-trie/files/patch-Makefile.am
418237 devel/marisa-trie/pkg-descr
418237 devel/marisa-trie/pkg-plist
New port: devel/marisa-trie

Matching Algorithm with Recursively Implemented StorAge (MARISA)
is a static and space-efficient trie data structure. And libmarisa
is a C++ library to provide an implementation of MARISA. Also, the
package of libmarisa contains a set of command line tools for
building and operating a MARISA-based dictionary.

WWW: https://github.com/s-yata/marisa-trie

PR:		210780
Submitted by:	Iblis Lin <iblis@hs.ntnu.edu.tw>

Number of commits found: 4

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