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Number of commits found XX: 4

Thu, 20 Feb 2003
[ 18:08 knu ] Original commit 
1.32 graphics/EZWGL/Makefile
1.5 graphics/EZWGL/pkg-comment
1.19 graphics/Hermes/Makefile
1.3 graphics/Hermes/pkg-comment
1.4 graphics/IPA/Makefile
1.2 graphics/IPA/pkg-comment
1.159 graphics/ImageMagick/Makefile
1.9 graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-comment
1.29 graphics/aalib/Makefile
1.3 graphics/aalib/pkg-comment

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de-pkg-comment
Wed, 21 Mar 2001
[ 21:11 trevor ] Original commit 
unknown graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-comment
unknown graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-descr
unknown misc/display/pkg-comment
unknown misc/display/pkg-descr
When compiled with X, ImageMagick conflicts with display.  Warn   users about
the conflict.  Squeeze the pkg-comment files so they   are less than 71
characters.    
Wed, 14 Mar 2001
[ 12:48 knu ] Original commit 
unknown graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-comment
Reword pkg-comment to shorten it to under 70 bytes and let there be no  
misunderstanding about the interactivity of image manipulation tools.    
Tue, 13 Mar 2001
[ 16:14 mi ] Original commit 
unknown graphics/ImageMagick/pkg-comment
Reword the pkg-comment to stress, that the X11-dependent   display functionality
is optional.    

Number of commits found XX: 4

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