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non port: lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
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Number of commits found: 6

Tue, 13 Aug 2019
[ 22:29 mat ] Original commit   Revision:508882
508882 lang/J/files/pkg-message.in
508882 lang/asn1c/files/pkg-message.in
508882 lang/ccl/pkg-message
508882 lang/chicken/pkg-message
508882 lang/clisp/files/pkg-message.in
508882 lang/clojure-mode.el/pkg-message
508882 lang/crystal/pkg-message
508882 lang/csharp-mode.el/pkg-message
508882 lang/erlang-doc/files/pkg-message.in
508882 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in

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onvert to UCL & cleanup pkg-message (categories l-m)
Tue, 22 Oct 2013
[ 14:59 olgeni ] Original commit   Revision:331282
331282 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile
331282 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile.lib
331282 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile.man
331282 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
331282 lang/erlang-runtime15/pkg-plist
- Add staging support and simplify plist generation.
- Add LDFLAGS to unbreak the ODBC build.
- Remove unnecessary USE_CSTD (see r331232). [1]
- Change PKGNAMESUFFIX to avoid using LATEST_LINK. [2]

PR:		ports/180017 [1]
Submitted by:	Stefan Grundmann <sg2342@googlemail.com> [1]
Submitted by:	tijl [2]
Mon, 6 May 2013
[ 20:15 olgeni ] Original commit   Revision:317547
317547 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile
317547 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
317547 lang/erlang-runtime15/pkg-plist
317547 lang/erlang-runtime16/Makefile
317547 lang/erlang-runtime16/files/pkg-message.in
317547 lang/erlang-runtime16/pkg-plist
- Do not install extra PDF documentation
- Do not install epmd
- Replace more ERLANG_LIB occurrences in pkg-message

Noticed by:	stas
[ 18:40 olgeni ] Original commit   Revision:317542
317542 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile
317542 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
317542 lang/erlang-runtime16/Makefile
317542 lang/erlang-runtime16/files/pkg-message.in
Add ERLANG_LIB to SUB_LIST, and use it in pkg-message.

No PORTREVISION bump because the package stays the same.
Sun, 5 May 2013
[ 13:26 olgeni ] Original commit   Revision:317411
317411 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
Replace /usr/local with %%LOCALBASE%%.
[ 13:04 olgeni ] Original commit   Revision:317410
317410 lang/Makefile
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15/Makefile
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/patch-Makefile.in
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15/files/pkg-message.in
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15/pkg-descr
317410 lang/erlang-runtime15/pkg-plist
Add lang/erlang-runtime15.

This port is indented for developers and port maintainers. It is a
copy of lang/erlang with a few differences:

- Nothing is installed in $PREFIX/bin
- Libraries are installed in $PREFIX/lib/erlang15
- You have to change your PATH to actually use it
- Support for building PLTs is removed
- Other ports are not supposed to install anything inside this environment

What is this for:

- Building Erlang applications using the R15 runtime, once R16 is
  committed (think Riak).

- Building Erlang applications when there are conflicts with modules
  provided by other ports (for example, the RabbitMQ client libraries
  conflict with the server code installed by net/rabbitmq).

- Testing new Erlang versions before the main port is upgraded.

Number of commits found: 6

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