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non port: mail/meta1/pkg-message
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Number of commits found XX: 4

Tue, 27 Aug 2019
[ 11:57 mat ] Original commit   Revision:510004
510004 mail/meta1/pkg-message
510004 net-im/ejabberd/files/pkg-message.in
510004 security/bastillion/files/pkg-message.in
510004 security/dsvpn/files/pkg-message.in
Regular pkg-message cleanup.

Pointy hat:	dinoex ashish
Tue, 20 Aug 2019
[ 22:15 dinoex ] Original commit   Revision:509477
509477 mail/meta1/Makefile
509477 mail/meta1/distinfo
509477 mail/meta1/pkg-message
- update to 1.1.Alpha13.0
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)
Thu, 4 Jun 2015
[ 18:54 dinoex ] Original commit   Revision:388543
388543 mail/meta1/Makefile
388543 mail/meta1/pkg-message
388543 mail/meta1/pkg-plist
- remove NEED_ROOT
PR:		200547

- fix GROUPS, USERS
- enable option IPV6 per default
- do not create default config on install
- fix most regression tests
- add pkg-message for new installs

Number of commits found XX: 4

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