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non port: mail/dot-forward/Makefile

Number of commits found XX: 4

Sun, 28 May 2017
[ 21:18 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:441925
441925 databases/py-python-rrdtool/Makefile
441925 devel/rcs/Makefile
441925 dns/dnsproxy/Makefile
441925 dns/dnsutl/Makefile
441925 dns/libbind/Makefile
441925 games/unnethack/Makefile
441925 mail/dot-forward/Makefile
441925 mail/fastforward/Makefile
441925 mail/qmail-contrib/Makefile
441925 mail/qmail-rblchk/Makefile

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Register dependency on groff

PR:		213725
Sun, 9 Oct 2016
[ 22:01 bsam ] Original commit   Revision:423625
423625 archivers/unadf/Makefile
423625 devel/dxa65/Makefile
423625 devel/kickassembler/Makefile
423625 devel/libhoard/Makefile
423625 devel/libmpsse/Makefile
423625 devel/librevisa-vish/Makefile
423625 devel/librevisa-vxi/Makefile
423625 devel/librevisa/Makefile
423625 devel/tass64/Makefile
423625 devel/xa65/Makefile

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Thank you Uffe for your past work on FreeBSD ports! Hope you'll find time
to contribute to FreeBSD in the future. Reset Uffe's ports maintainership.

Requested by:	 Uffe Jakobsen <> (maintainer, via e-mail)
Wed, 25 May 2016
[ 15:43 mat ] Original commit   Revision:415839
415839 astro/gpsman/Makefile
415839 astro/gpxloggerd/Makefile
415839 astro/libnova/Makefile
415839 audio/audiotag/Makefile
415839 audio/exaile/Makefile
415839 audio/flac123/Makefile
415839 audio/smasher/Makefile
415839 biology/clustalw/Makefile
415839 chinese/fcitx-libpinyin/Makefile
415839 chinese/ibus-chewing/Makefile

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Remove useless WRKSRC definitions.

While there, correct DEV_WARNINGS when they occur.

Sponsored by:	Absolight
Sun, 25 May 2014
[ 07:33 miwi ] Original commit   Revision:355135
355135 mail/Makefile
355135 mail/dot-forward
355135 mail/dot-forward/Makefile
355135 mail/dot-forward/distinfo
355135 mail/dot-forward/pkg-descr
dot-forward reads sendmail's .forward files under qmail.
You can run it in the qmail startup script to support all
your existing .forward files automatically.
Individual users can switch to the .qmail mechanism at their leisure.

dot-forward supports forwarding, program deliveries, and comments.
It does not support file deliveries or :include:.
(However, it recognizes file delivery attempts,
and defers delivery to give you a chance to set up a .qmail file.)


PR:		ports/184480
Submitted by:	Uffe Jakobsen <>

Number of commits found XX: 4

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