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non port: emulators/playonbsd/files/patch-lib_scripts.lib

Number of commits found: 3

Monday, 16 May 2016
07:51 se search for other commits by this committer
Really fix the generation of shortcut files.

Approved by:	antoine (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:415312 
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
17:05 se search for other commits by this committer
Fix problem with desktop shortcuts reported by iluxa (at)
Upgrade to latest stable version 4.2.10 on that occasion.

PR:		209418
Reported by:	iluxa (at)
Approved by:	antoine (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:414947 
Thursday, 18 Feb 2016
13:24 se search for other commits by this committer
This is the adaptation of PlayOnLinux to FreeBSD. The purpose of this
program is to simplify installation of MS Windows software to run under
the Windows emulator "Wine".

The name indicates, that the program was initially developed to support
easy installation of Windows games on Linux. The range of supported
applications has long been extended to cover a wide range of windows
applications including Microsoft Office.

PlayOnFreeBSD behaves significantly different than PlayOnLinux in a
number of aspects, e.g. which version of Wine to use (only a single
version is normally installed on FreeBSD, but PlayOnLinux tries to run
each Windows application in a Wine environment that has previously been
reported to give good results and installs missing Wine versions in the
user's home directory).

Reviewed by:	antoine
Original commitRevision:409105 

Number of commits found: 3