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Number of commits found: 6

Mon, 27 Oct 2014
[ 15:23 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:371587
371587 lang/Gofer/pkg-plist
371587 lang/afnix/pkg-plist
371587 lang/alisp/pkg-plist
371587 lang/arena/pkg-plist
371587 lang/asn1c/pkg-plist
371587 lang/ats/pkg-plist
371587 lang/basic256/pkg-plist
371587 lang/bigloo/pkg-plist
371587 lang/ccl/pkg-plist
371587 lang/cduce/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Fri, 4 Apr 2014
[ 21:09 rene ] Original commit   Revision:350168
350168 lang/itcl/Makefile
350168 lang/itcl/pkg-plist
- Stage support
- Include bsd.port.mk only once

PR:		ports/187639
Submitted by:	ohauer@
Approved by:	maintainer timeout (erik@bz.bzflag.bz , 19 days)
Tue, 30 Apr 2013
[ 14:21 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:316934
316934 lang/itcl/Makefile
316934 lang/itcl/distinfo
316934 lang/itcl/files/Makefile.lib
316934 lang/itcl/files/patch-Makefile.in
316934 lang/itcl/files/patch-test
316934 lang/itcl/files/patch-warnings
316934 lang/itcl/pkg-plist
- Update to 3.4.1
- Manpages have an .itcl suffix to avoid conflicts with Tcl

PR:		175162 (based on)
Submitted by:	gahr@FreeBSD.org
Approved by:	maintainer (timeout > 2 months)
Sat, 27 Jan 2007
[ 19:31 kris ] Original commit 
1.13 lang/itcl/pkg-plist
Correct legacy a.out packing list format
Wed, 17 May 2006
[ 20:35 mi ] Original commit 
1.41 lang/itcl/Makefile
1.8 lang/itcl/distinfo
1.8 lang/itcl/files/Makefile.lib
1.2 lang/itcl/files/patch+generic+itcl_class.c
1.2 lang/itcl/files/patch-generic+itcl.h
1.2 lang/itcl/files/patch-generic+itclInt.h
1.3 lang/itcl/files/patch-generic+itcl_cmds.c
1.2 lang/itcl/files/patch-tests+ensemble.test
1.12 lang/itcl/pkg-plist
1.31 x11-fm/tkdesk/Makefile

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Update the itcl/itk from 3.2 to 3.3 (released in April 2005). The
installed libraries are now named libitcl.so.3 & libitk.so.3 instead
of having the version be part of the libname (libitcl33.so.1). The
itclConfig.sh and itkConfig.sh are now also installed, which is required
by some software (such as the insight -- a gdb frontend).

Fix-up the (unchanged) iwidgets port to reflect the above and improve it
to not require its own copy of the itcl tree at install time.

Approved by:    maintainer

Fix-up the tkdesk port to reflect the itcl/itk changes, which required
updating it to the 2.0p2 (from 2.0). (This lovely piece of software
badly needs a caring maintainer, BTW.) While here, teach tkdesk to use
installed blt instead of building its own.

The only iwidget/itk/itcl consumer that remains broken is net/smm++ (a
MUD client). This should change as soon as the maintainer get back to
me.
Sat, 28 Jul 2001
[ 15:53 mi ] Original commit 
unknown lang/itcl/Makefile
unknown lang/itcl/distinfo
unknown lang/itcl/files/Makefile.lib
unknown lang/itcl/files/makefile
unknown lang/itcl/files/patch-aa
unknown lang/itcl/files/patch-ab
unknown lang/itcl/files/patch-ah
unknown lang/itcl/pkg-descr
unknown lang/itcl/pkg-plist
unknown x11-toolkits/itk/Makefile

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Update to itcl 3.2. Don't build stubs. Run tests after tests.    

Number of commits found: 6

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