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non port: devel/pear-Config/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 28 Dec 2003
[ 07:55 edwin ] Original commit 
1.7 archivers/pear-Archive_Tar/Makefile
1.3 archivers/pear-Archive_Tar/pkg-plist
1.6 databases/pear-DB/Makefile
1.3 databases/pear-DB/pkg-plist
1.3 devel/pear-Config/Makefile
1.2 devel/pear-Config/pkg-plist
1.6 devel/pear-Console_Getopt/Makefile
1.3 devel/pear-Console_Getopt/pkg-plist
1.3 devel/pear-Console_Table/Makefile
1.2 devel/pear-Console_Table/pkg-plist

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[PATCH] simplify pear-* ports

        These patches do the following things for PEAR ports:

        * devel-pear-PEAR-Makefile.common.patch
            - provides a do-install target and all that jazz in
              devel/pear-PEAR/Makefile.common
            - individual PEAR ports now just set a few variables:
        * pear-ports-Makefile.common-ng.patch
            contains changes for all pear-* ports including devel/pear-PEAR

        See http://smradoch.innuendo.cz/FreeBSD/ for complete description.

Note: still missing are:
        devel/pear-HTML_Common
        devel/pear-I18N
        net/pear-Net_NNTP
        security/pear-Auth

PR:             ports/59213
Submitted by:   Roman Neuhauser <neuhauser@bellavista.cz>
Mon, 8 Sep 2003
[ 00:34 edwin ] Original commit 
1.1271 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/pear-Config/Makefile
1.1 devel/pear-Config/distinfo
1.1 devel/pear-Config/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/pear-Config/pkg-plist
New port: PEAR Config package provides methods for configuration manipulation

        The Config package provides methods for configuration manipulation.

        * Creates configurations from scratch
        * Parses and outputs different formats (XML, PHP, INI, Apache...).
        * Edits existing configurations
        * Converts configurations to other formats
        * Allows manipulation of sections, comments, directives...
        * Parses configurations into a tree structure

PR:             ports/56362
Submitted by:   Alex Miller <asm@asm.kiev.ua>

Number of commits found: 2

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