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Mon, 24 Jun 2019
[ 10:14 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:505020
505020 converters/ocaml-base64/Makefile
505020 converters/ocaml-jsonm/Makefile
505020 databases/ocaml-sqlite3/Makefile
505020 devel/aifad/Makefile
505020 devel/cil/Makefile
505020 devel/menhir/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camljava/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/distinfo
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/files/patch-Makefile

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Update OCaml to version 4.05.0 (this is the last version where strings
are unsafe by default, which is the main motivation why it was picked,
but not the very latest one) and synchronize the rest of the stack and
dependent ports with it, particularly:

  - Update `devel/ocaml-ocamlbuild' to version 0.14.0 and unbreak,
    register build dependency on all ports that require it (should
    be part of USE_OCAML, but we do not want to make any Mk-related
    changes the for time being)
  - Update `devel/ocaml-camlp4' to version 4.05+2
  - Update `devel/ocaml-camlp5' to version 7.07 (the project had
    moved to GitHub)
  - Mark `devel/ocaml-deriving-ocsigen' as BROKEN for now, it is
    very outdated and requires quite a lot of work
  - Update `x11-toolkits/ocaml-labltk' to version 8.06.3

PR:		218333
Exp-run by:	antoine
Wed, 14 Dec 2016
[ 21:48 johans ] Original commit   Revision:428596
428596 archivers/rpm4/Makefile
428596 deskutils/tuxcards/Makefile
428596 devel/bison/Makefile
428596 devel/editline/Makefile
428596 devel/gnulib/Makefile
428596 devel/m4/Makefile
428596 devel/ocaml-camlp5/Makefile
428596 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/Makefile
428596 devel/ocaml-findlib/Makefile
428596 devel/ocaml-ipaddr/Makefile

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Stepping down as maintainer for some ports.
Wed, 14 Oct 2015
[ 10:48 johans ] Original commit   Revision:399245
399245 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/Makefile
399245 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/distinfo
Update ocaml cmdliner to 0.9.8
Sun, 17 May 2015
[ 13:01 johans ] Original commit   Revision:386608
386608 devel/Makefile
386608 devel/ocaml-cmdliner
386608 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/Makefile
386608 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/distinfo
386608 devel/ocaml-cmdliner/pkg-descr
Add new port devel/ocaml-cmdliner

Cmdliner is an OCaml module for the declarative definition of command
line interfaces.

It provides a simple and compositional mechanism to convert command line
arguments to OCaml values and pass them to your functions. The module
automatically handles syntax errors, help messages and UNIX man page
generation. It supports programs with single or multiple commands
(like darcs or git) and respects most of the POSIX and GNU conventions.

This module is required to update lang/js_of_ocaml

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