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non port: misc/diary-hercules/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 5

Tue, 9 Dec 2014
[ 13:36 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:374378
374378 misc/achievo/pkg-plist
374378 misc/asbutton/pkg-plist
374378 misc/astrolog/pkg-plist
374378 misc/bbjd/pkg-plist
374378 misc/bibletime/pkg-plist
374378 misc/brs/pkg-plist
374378 misc/cdcollect/pkg-plist
374378 misc/compat5x/pkg-plist
374378 misc/crosspad/pkg-plist
374378 misc/dahdi/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Fri, 30 Sep 2011
[ 17:36 glarkin ] Original commit 
1.14 misc/diary-hercules/Makefile
1.3 misc/diary-hercules/distinfo
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/files/patch-Hercules-gui_calculators.py
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/files/patch-Hercules-gui_exercisewizard.py
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/files/patch-Hercules_globals.py
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/files/patch-setup.py
1.2 misc/diary-hercules/pkg-descr
1.4 misc/diary-hercules/pkg-plist
- Updated to 0.1.1 [1]
- Cleaned up the pkg-descr

PR:             ports/161138 [1]
Submitted by:   Ruslan Mahmatkhanov <cvs-src@yandex.ru>
Sat, 19 May 2007
[ 20:32 flz ] Original commit 
1.1364 MOVED
1.566 Mk/bsd.port.mk
1.1 Mk/bsd.xorg.mk
1.1 Tools/scripts/mergebase.sh
1.502 UPDATING
1.2 accessibility/at-poke/Makefile
1.60 accessibility/at-spi/Makefile
1.29 accessibility/at-spi/pkg-plist
1.51 accessibility/atk/Makefile
1.27 accessibility/atk/pkg-plist

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- Welcome X.org 7.2 \o/.
- Set X11BASE to ${LOCALBASE} for recent ${OSVERSION}.
- Bump PORTREVISION for ports intalling files in ${X11BASE}.
Mon, 4 Sep 2006
[ 08:47 sat ] Original commit 
1.2 misc/diary-hercules/pkg-plist
- Enrich plist

PR:             ports/101483
Submitted by:   Stanislav Sedov <ssedov@mbsd.msk.ru>
Thu, 18 May 2006
[ 18:40 jmelo ] Original commit 
1.801 misc/Makefile
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/Makefile
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/distinfo
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/pkg-descr
1.1 misc/diary-hercules/pkg-plist
- New port:

Hercules is a personal workout diary program for bodybuilders.
Hercules written on Python with wxPython GUI library. To store
data its use SQLite.

PR:             ports/96697
Submitted by:   Andrew Pantyukhin <infofarmer@gmail.com>
Approved by:    mnag (mentor)

Number of commits found: 5

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