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non port: mail/sendmail/pkg-comment

Number of commits found XX: 3

Fri, 21 Feb 2003
[ 03:59 dinoex ] Original commit 
1.6 audio/s3mod/pkg-comment
1.3 comms/vrflash/pkg-comment
1.3 databases/metakit/pkg-comment
1.2 deskutils/
1.4 devel/ffcall/pkg-comment
1.2 devel/gcvs/pkg-comment
1.4 devel/gnustep-make/pkg-comment
1.3 devel/gnustep/pkg-comment
1.2 devel/gperf/pkg-comment
1.2 devel/m6811-binutils/pkg-comment

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- retire pkg-comment
Sat, 10 Mar 2001
[ 20:49 dinoex ] Original commit 
unknown mail/sendmail/Makefile
unknown mail/sendmail/distinfo
unknown mail/sendmail/files/Makefile.milter
unknown mail/sendmail/files/patch-aa
unknown mail/sendmail/files/pkg-milter
unknown mail/sendmail/files/vbsfilter-1.3.c.patch
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-comment
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-plist
- Update to new release 8.11.3   - filters has been removed, will reappear in a
seperate port   - install additional headers and libs for
SENDMAIL_WITH_MILTER=yes   - pkh-commed reduced to make portlint happy    
Sat, 14 Oct 2000
[ 05:51 gshapiro ] Original commit 
unknown mail/sendmail/Makefile
unknown mail/sendmail/distinfo
unknown mail/sendmail/files/site.config.m4
unknown mail/sendmail/files/site.config.m4.pre4
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-comment
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-descr
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-message
unknown mail/sendmail/pkg-plist
New port for the sendmail MTA.    

Number of commits found XX: 3

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