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non port: misc/kbfx/pkg-descr
SVNWeb

Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 25 Mar 2013
[ 18:44 eadler ] Original commit   Revision:315240
315240 misc/asbutton/Makefile
315240 misc/birthday/Makefile
315240 misc/cdcollect/Makefile
315240 misc/compat4x/Makefile
315240 misc/compat5x/Makefile
315240 misc/compat6x/Makefile
315240 misc/diary-hercules/Makefile
315240 misc/felis/Makefile
315240 misc/floatator/Makefile
315240 misc/ftdi-eeprom/Makefile

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Cleanup unmaintained ports in the misc category:
	- Single space for WWW in pkg-descr
	- Ordering if of items in Makefile
	- Trim headers
	- Comment should not begin with leading article
	- Pet portlint
Sat, 5 Aug 2006
[ 10:58 miwi ] Original commit 
1.817 misc/Makefile
1.1 misc/kbfx/Makefile
1.1 misc/kbfx/distinfo
1.1 misc/kbfx/pkg-descr
1.1 misc/kbfx/pkg-plist
KBFX is an alternative to the classical K-Menu button and it's menu.
It improves the user experience by enabling the user to set a bigger start
button and by finally replacing the Win95-like K-Menu. But if you still want
the old menu, because you're used to it, it is still available as an option
in kbfx.

WWW:    http://www.kbfx.org/

PR:             ports/101059
Submitted by:   Max Brazhnikov <makc(at)issp.ac.ru>
Approved by:    krion (mentor)

Number of commits found: 2

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