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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 14 Jul 2003
[ 03:46 mi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Upgrade to 1.2.0.9. All our patches are in now...

PR:             53595
Submitted by:   Melvyn Sopacua
Sun, 27 Apr 2003
[ 15:16 mi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Upgrade to 1.2.0.8, which contains some of our patches. Add two more,
which should solve some crashes and allow to compile with a non-GCC
compiler (Re: zero-sized arrays).

Unfortunately, this still crashes on some images, but the vendor has
already pulled the 1.2.0.7 from the mirrors, so this upgrade will, at
least, keep things downloadable.
Wed, 20 Nov 2002
[ 23:26 mi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Add two more little patches to fix warnings. One of the warnings was causing
build failure on Alpha-stable -- but not on any other platform...

When I added this big patch, I though all of the problems were fixed, and
closed the corresponding PR. Turned out, Alpha-stable remained broken, even
though the -current started to build.

Just as before, no PORTREVISION bump because no changes are expected on
the platforms were this built before.

Tested on: panther, bento, axp0, beast
PR:     ports/40444
Fri, 8 Nov 2002
[ 13:42 mi search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Add the patch which lets this port compile on Alphas without evident
breakage on i386 or Sparc64. Tested on: beast, panther, an x86 -current
(aldan.algebra.com) and x86 -stable (corbulon.video-collage.com).

The patch puts a bunch of casting and type-changing band-aids, but this
software package desperately needs a good maintainer -- to properly fix
it -- int32s are mixed with longs, etc.

Unfortunately, the package is lacking any self-testing facilities, so
it may well not work properly, even though it compiles. This is true even
for x86, BTW, although less likely, because that's where it was developed.

Since the patch is not expected to change the result on x86, there is no
PORTREVISION bump.

PR:             ports/40444
Submitted by:   Jan Lentfer
The problem also reported directly to this maintainer by: Jun Ushida

Number of commits found: 4