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Sun, 5 Aug 2012
[ 08:13 miwi ] Original commit 
302089 games/bastet/Makefile
302089 games/bastet/distinfo
302089 games/bastet/files/patch-Makefile
302089 games/bastet/files/patch-bast.c
302089 games/bastet/files/patch-game.c
302089 games/bastet/pkg-descr
302089 games/bastet/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.43

PR:		170147
Submitted by:	Ports Fury
Thu, 23 Dec 2004
[ 06:27 edwin ] Original commit 
1.2 games/bastet/Makefile
1.1 games/bastet/files/patch-game.c
games/bastet does busy waiting

        bastet does busy waiting because the select() call in game.c returns
        with EINVAL. The reason is that timeout does not point to the struct
        timeval in the program but to a ncurses function with the same name. I
        renamed the variable to fix it. Also the value 1000000 is not a valid
        timeout value because it would have to be encoded as 1 second and 0
        microseconds. I fixed it trivially by using 999999 for that value.

        Also I fixed a gcc warning. Anyway I think the function bast_clear has
        to be declared somewhere else.

        Should be easy to fix - temporarily I just put the diff below in my
        files/ directory of the port.

PR:             ports/75208
Submitted by:   Rudolf Polzer <freebsd-dr@durchnull.de>

Number of commits found XX: 2

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