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non port: mail/rabl_server/Makefile

Number of commits found: 12

Friday, 4 Jul 2014
09:12 bapt search for other commits by this committer
Resetting maintainership on ports that have not been staged and without any
pending PR (related to stage)

With hat:	portmgr
Original commitRevision:360579 
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
19:59 bapt search for other commits by this committer
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Original commitRevision:327742 
Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013
10:32 bapt search for other commits by this committer
Convert to new options framework
Original commitRevision:319851 
Sunday, 5 Aug 2012
23:19 dougb search for other commits by this committer
Move the rc.d scripts of the form * to *.in

Where necessary add $FreeBSD$ to the file

No PORTREVISION bump necessary because this is a no-op
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Friday, 23 Sep 2011
22:26 amdmi3 search for other commits by this committer
- Add LDFLAGS to CONFIGURE_ENV and MAKE_ENV (as it was done with LDFLAGS)
- Fix all ports that add {CPP,LD}FLAGS to *_ENV to modify flags instead

PR:             157936
Submitted by:   myself
Exp-runs by:    pav
Approved by:    pav
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Thursday, 21 Aug 2008
06:18 rafan search for other commits by this committer
Update CONFIGURE_ARGS for how we pass CONFIGURE_TARGET to configure script.
Specifically, newer autoconf (> 2.13) has different semantic of the
configure target. In short, one should use --build=CONFIGURE_TARGET
instead of CONFIGURE_TARGET directly. Otherwise, you will get a warning
and the old semantic may be removed in later autoconf releases.

To workaround this issue, many ports hack the CONFIGURE_TARGET variable
so that it contains the ``--build='' prefix.

To solve this issue, under the fact that some ports still have
configure script generated by the old autoconf, we use runtime detection
in the do-configure target so that the proper argument can be used.

Changes to Mk/*:
 - Add runtime detection magic in
 - Remove CONFIGURE_TARGET hack in various bsd.*.mk
 - USE_GNOME=gnometarget is now an no-op

Changes to individual ports, other than removing the CONFIGURE_TARGET hack:

= pkg-plist changed (due to the ugly CONFIGURE_TARGET prefix in * executables)
  - comms/gnuradio
  - science/abinit
  - science/elmer-fem
  - science/elmer-matc
  - science/elmer-meshgen2d
  - science/elmerfront
  - science/elmerpost

= use x86_64 as ARCH
  - devel/g-wrap

= other changes
  - print/magicfilter
    GNU_CONFIGURE -> HAS_CONFIGURE since it's not generated by autoconf

Total # of ports modified:  1,027
Total # of ports affected: ~7,000 (set GNU_CONFIGURE to yes)

PR:             126524 (obsoletes 52917)
Submitted by:   rafan
Tested on:      two pointyhat 7-amd64 exp runs (by pav)
Approved by:    portmgr (pav)
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Thursday, 29 Jun 2006
13:51 itetcu search for other commits by this committer
- use my address
- switch backup mirror on my other "for FreeBSD" server
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Wednesday, 10 May 2006
22:37 edwin search for other commits by this committer
Remove USE_REINPLACE from ports starting with M
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Thursday, 23 Feb 2006
10:40 ade search for other commits by this committer
Conversion to a single libtool environment.

Approved by:    portmgr (kris)
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Sunday, 11 Dec 2005
23:58 lawrance search for other commits by this committer
Tidy rc.d script and a few other no-op changes.
No need for PORTREVISION bump.

PR:             ports/90161
Submitted by:   Ion-Mihai "IOnut" Tetcu <>
Original commit
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2005
06:52 ade search for other commits by this committer
Mass-conversion to the USE_AUTOTOOLS New World Order.  The code present
in essentially makes this a no-op given that all the
old variables set a USE_AUTOTOOLS_COMPAT variable, which is parsed in
exactly the same way as USE_AUTOTOOLS itself.

Moreover, USE_AUTOTOOLS has already been extensively tested by the GNOME
team -- all GNOME 2.12.x ports use it.

Preliminary documentation can be found at:

which is in the process of being SGMLized before introduction into the
Porters Handbook.

Light blue touch-paper.  Run.
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Wednesday, 9 Nov 2005
17:38 pav search for other commits by this committer
The RABL (pronounced "rabble") server is a statistical, machine-automated and
up-to-the-second blackhole list server designed to monitor global network
activity and make decisions based on network spread and infection rate -
that is, abuse from an address which has been reported by a number of
participating networks. This is in far contrast to how most other
blacklists function, where fallable humans (many with political agendas) must
process thousands of reports and make decisions - many times after the fact.
The RABL is fully reactive to new threats and can block addresses within
seconds of widespread infection - good to know in this world of drone PCs
and stolen accounts. The RABL server blacklists addresses until they have
cleared a minimum duration (an hour by default) without any additional
reporting, making the appeals process as simple as "fix your junk". The RABL
is designed to function via automated machine-learning spam filters, such as
Bayesian filters. Each participating network is granted write authentication
in the blackhole list, to prevent abuse. A client tool is also provided.

PR:             ports/88446
Submitted by:   Ion-Mihai "IOnut" Tetcu <>
Original commit

Number of commits found: 12