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Number of commits found: 3

Mon, 9 Jul 2018
[ 16:40 jsm ] Original commit   Revision:474269
474269 devel/liblxqt-l10n/Makefile
474269 devel/liblxqt-l10n/distinfo
474269 devel/liblxqt-l10n/pkg-descr
474269 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/Makefile
474269 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/distinfo
474269 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/pkg-descr
474269 x11-fm/pcmanfmqt-l10n/Makefile
474269 x11-fm/pcmanfmqt-l10n/distinfo
474269 x11-fm/pcmanfmqt-l10n/pkg-descr
474269 x11-toolkits/qtermwidget-l10n/Makefile

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Do not use x11/lxqt-l10n as a  master port. Fix install path of
qtermwidget-l10n.

Fixes portlint fatal errors about wrongly used masterdir.
Only functional change is in qtermwidget-l10n.

PR:	229413
PR:	229414
PR:	229417
PR:	229418
PR:	229419
PR:	229421
Approved by:	swills	(mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16185
Thu, 22 Dec 2016
[ 20:52 olivierd ] Original commit   Revision:429183
429183 devel/liblxqt-l10n/Makefile
429183 devel/liblxqt-l10n/distinfo
429183 devel/liblxqt-l10n/pkg-descr
429183 devel/liblxqt-l10n/pkg-plist
429183 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/Makefile
429183 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/distinfo
429183 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/pkg-descr
429183 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/pkg-plist
429183 x11-fm/pcmanfmqt-l10n/Makefile
429183 x11-fm/pcmanfmqt-l10n/distinfo

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- Update to 0.11.1
- Add x11/lxqt-l10n (meta port for the LXQt ports), it avoids duplicate files
and reduces gap between your testing repo and these official ports.

Submitted by:	Jesper Schmitz Mouridsen (private email)
Sat, 19 Nov 2016
[ 14:58 olivierd ] Original commit   Revision:426379
426379 graphics/Makefile
426379 graphics/lximage-qt
426379 graphics/lximage-qt/Makefile
426379 graphics/lximage-qt/distinfo
426379 graphics/lximage-qt/pkg-descr
426379 graphics/lximage-qt/pkg-plist
426379 graphics/lximageqt-l10n
426379 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/Makefile
426379 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/distinfo
426379 graphics/lximageqt-l10n/pkg-descr

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Add:

- lximage-qt
- lximageqt-l10n (translation files)

Qt port of LXImage, a simple and fast image viewer. It contains also
screenshot tool.

WWW: http://lxqt.org/

Obtained from:	LXQt repository

Number of commits found: 3

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