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non port: mail/qpopper/files/patch-aa

Number of commits found: 5

Mon, 28 Jul 2014
[ 23:20 adamw ] Original commit   Revision:363275
363275 mail/adcomplain/files/patch-aa
363275 mail/adcomplain/files/
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-Makefile
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-aa
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-ab
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-ac
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-src_osdep_unix_Makefile
363275 mail/cclient/files/patch-src_osdep_unix_os_bsi.h
363275 mail/drac/files/patch-Makefile
363275 mail/drac/files/patch-aa

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Rename mail/ patch-xy patches to reflect the files they modify.
Sat, 16 Jul 2011
[ 23:20 swills ] Original commit 
1.101 mail/qpopper/Makefile
1.38 mail/qpopper/distinfo
1.4 mail/qpopper/files/patch-aa
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/patch-aq
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/patch-ar
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/patch-common::string_util.c
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/patch-popper_genpath.c
- Update to 4.1.0

PR:             ports/158780
Submitted by:   Doug Hardie <> (maintainer)
Mon, 9 May 2005
[ 21:36 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.85 mail/qpopper/Makefile
1.31 mail/qpopper/distinfo
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/extra-patch-popper::main.c
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/extra-patch-popper::pop_init.c
1.3 mail/qpopper/files/patch-aa
1.2 mail/qpopper/files/patch-popper::pop_updt.c
1.3 mail/qpopper/pkg-descr
1.5 mail/qpopper/pkg-message
- Update to 4.0.7

PR:             ports/80794
Submitted by:   Radim Kolar <>
Tue, 17 Apr 2001
[ 08:53 sobomax ] Original commit 
unknown mail/qpopper/Makefile
unknown mail/qpopper/distinfo
unknown mail/qpopper/files/patch-aa
unknown mail/qpopper/files/patch-ap
unknown mail/qpopper/files/patch-configure
Update to 4.0. Unfortunately I have not heard from the maintainer, while 4.3  
freeze is coming today, so I decided to force things a little. Among other  
things this release supports TLS/SSL, previously available in the Qualcomms's  
commercial package "Qpopper LX".    
Wed, 1 Nov 2000
[ 10:20 sobomax ] Original commit 
unknown mail/popper3/Makefile
unknown mail/popper3/distinfo
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-aa
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-ac
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-ao
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-ap
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-aq
unknown mail/popper3/files/patch-ar
unknown mail/popper3/pkg-comment
unknown mail/popper3/pkg-descr

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Merge popper3 and qpopper into single qpopper and remove popper3.    

Number of commits found: 5

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