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non port: devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
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Number of commits found XX: 6

Wed, 24 Jan 2018
[ 09:41 ak ] Original commit   Revision:459824
459824 Mk/Uses/autoreconf.mk
459824 devel/dmake/Makefile
459824 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
459824 editors/openoffice-4/Makefile
459824 editors/openoffice-devel/Makefile
459824 emulators/open-vm-tools/Makefile
459824 net/mosh/Makefile
459824 security/sshpass/Makefile
459824 sysutils/flock/Makefile
459824 www/mod_auth_openidc/Makefile
- Update name of autoreconf WRKSRC variable in comment
- Fix a few ports with invalid USES autoreconf arguments
- Add check for invalid USES autoreconf arguments

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D14004
Approved by:	tijl (autotools maintainer), portmgr (mat)
Sun, 21 Jan 2018
[ 17:33 mr ] Original commit   Revision:459621
459621 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
Try to fix compiling with clang 6.0
Mon, 21 Aug 2017
[ 13:14 mat ] Original commit   Revision:448471
448471 cad/repsnapper/Makefile
448471 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
448471 emulators/open-vm-tools/Makefile
448471 lang/phantomjs/Makefile
448471 mail/mailhog/Makefile
448471 mail/mailhog/distinfo
448471 security/krb5-devel/Makefile
Don't set WRKSRC when USE_GITHUB. Use the correct GH_ACCOUNT/GH_PROJECT,
and use WRKSRC_SUBDIR.

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Sat, 19 Aug 2017
[ 13:05 bsam ] Original commit   Revision:448307
448307 devel/arduino-avrdude/Makefile
448307 devel/avrdude/Makefile
448307 devel/libftdi1/Makefile
448307 devel/libftdi1/distinfo
448307 devel/libftdi1/pkg-descr
448307 devel/libftdi1/pkg-plist
448307 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
448307 sysutils/flashrom/Makefile
devel/libftdi1: Update to version 1.4 and bump dependent ports.
Sat, 15 Jul 2017
[ 11:07 mr ] Original commit   Revision:445870
445870 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
Try to fix the build by adding pkgconfig to USAGE.
Thu, 13 Jul 2017
[ 17:50 mr ] Original commit   Revision:445673
445673 devel/papilio-loader
445673 devel/papilio-loader/Makefile
445673 devel/papilio-loader/distinfo
445673 devel/papilio-loader/files
445673 devel/papilio-loader/files/Papilio_Programmer.sh
445673 devel/papilio-loader/pkg-descr
445673 devel/papilio-loader/pkg-plist
Add the Papilio Loader, a Tool for loading bit/hex files onto a Papilio FPGA
board.
Currently it's just the CLI part (papilio-prog) and a wrapper
(Papilio_Programmer.sh).

See also: http://papilio.cc/index.php?n=Papilio.PapilioLoaderV2

Number of commits found XX: 6

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