|non port: editors/pico/Makefile
Number of commits found XX: 21
Mon, 1 Sep 2008
[ 20:21 dougb ] |
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Remove the port for Pine, and the slave port for Pico. UW has discontinued
development on the Pine branch, and is instead focusing its efforts on the
successor, Alpine. http://www.washington.edu/alpine/
Alpine has more features, much better localization, better organized
(and largely rewritten) code, is BSD licensed, and should be a drop-in
replacement in terms of configuration files.
Alpine version 1.00 was released on March 17, 2008 after over a year of
development and community testing, and has since had 2 releases for
bugfixes and new features, so it's safe to say that this is a mature
Mon, 28 Aug 2006
[ 06:03 dougb ] |
Add OPTIONS to the rest of my ports that need them.
Add CONFLICTS to the bind* ports.
Sat, 29 Oct 2005
[ 07:13 dougb ] |
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For the ports that I maintain, do the following as appropriate:
1. Add myself as a backup master site (Sourceforge and CPAN ports
already have good enough coverage, so skip them).
2. For all ports that have them, download the PGP signature files.
3. For ports in 2, add a verify target to the Makefile
4. For ports where I was already providing a master site, update the URL.
5. Pet portlint in a couple of places.
Wed, 12 Oct 2005
[ 00:20 dougb ] |
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Update Pine and Pico to 4.64, the latest from UW. This version contains
mostly bug fixes, with a few small new features. See the following for
I also updated the Pine port to stop building Pico, and instead
depend on the Pico port. This solves a CONFLICTS situation, and
is arguably the more logical way to handle this. Also, if you use
an alternate editor for Pine, you no longer have to install Pico
if you don't want it.
Make the dependency on ispell conditional.  This is not exactly
what the PR originator requested, but it will accomplish basically
the same thing.
Use these new things called variables to help ensure that the
maildir patches can be found from version to version. 
PR : ports/75569
Submitted by : Jeremy Chadwick <email@example.com>
PR : ports/86960
Submitted by : Lewis Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 11 Jul 2005
[ 06:18 dougb ] |
Update to latest Pine distfile
Sun, 23 Jan 2005
[ 02:02 dougb ] |
Update to PINE sources 4.62, the latest from UW. It contains many
bug fixes, and a few new features.
Sat, 28 Aug 2004
[ 20:20 dougb ] |
Update to use the Pine 4.61 sources.
Sun, 6 Jun 2004
[ 03:17 dougb ] |
Update to the Pine 4.60 source. Remove the same wonky master site I
removed from the Pine port.
Fri, 6 Feb 2004
[ 13:12 trevor ] |
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Use PLIST_FILES (bento-tested, marcus-reviewed).
Thu, 25 Sep 2003
[ 05:03 dougb ] |
Chase the pine source version number.
Sat, 7 Jun 2003
[ 22:07 dougb ] |
Un-fennerize by upping the version of Pine to the latest.
Tue, 22 Apr 2003
[ 06:47 dougb ] |
Update sources to 4.55
Wed, 5 Mar 2003
[ 15:06 dougb ] |
* Switch to Makefile COMMENT
* Take advantage of winter's work on ispell
Fri, 28 Feb 2003
[ 10:16 dougb ] |
This download site answers, but the mirror hasn't updated to the latest version.
Thu, 23 Jan 2003
[ 09:51 dougb ] |
Upgrade to the source from pine 4.53. The previous MAINTAINER has been
ignoring this port, and two PR's filed against it.
Update mirror sites as well.
Submitted by: Jon Noack <email@example.com>
Thu, 22 Feb 2001
[ 12:13 kevlo ] |
Fixed a missing "/" on one of the MASTER_SITES.
Sun, 11 Feb 2001
[ 05:58 kevlo ] |
Fix distfile (fennerism) to download Pine 4.33 and add MASTER_SITES from UW's
list of mirrors. Pico's version and behavior is unchanged.
Mon, 5 Feb 2001
[ 14:36 olgeni ] |
Style police over the editors category.
Mon, 22 Jan 2001
[ 14:33 kevlo ] |
Upgrade to version 4.0
Thu, 4 Jan 2001
[ 10:44 nbm ] |
Upgrade to pico 3.9
Tue, 2 Jan 2001
[ 09:04 will ] |
Add pico 3.7, PIne's message COmposition editor.
Number of commits found XX: 21
14 vulnerabilities affecting 115 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
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