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non port: net/3proxy/pkg-descr

Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 18 Sep 2017
[ 09:01 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:450035
450035 net/3proxy/pkg-descr
- Update WWW

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Thu, 28 May 2015
[ 18:05 pi ] Original commit   Revision:387751
387751 net/3proxy/Makefile
387751 net/3proxy/distinfo
387751 net/3proxy/files/patch-man
387751 net/3proxy/pkg-descr
387751 net/3proxy/pkg-plist
net/3proxy: 0.6.1 ->

The CONFLICT with libproxy was resolved by removing the conflicting files.
- Increased limits for header / request size in HTTP proxy
- Increased system failures handling on insufficient resources
- Warnings added for most common misconfigurations
- ftppr NLSD command supported
- Ignore NTLM handshake if NTLM is not enabled
- memcpy replaced with memmove for overlapped region
- better EINTR handling on *nix
- FTP proxy debugging output removed, binding for data connection corrected
- memory leak fixed in ldapauth plugin

PR:		188374
Submitted by:,
Mon, 24 Oct 2011
[ 09:11 dougb ] Original commit 
1.2 archivers/grzip/pkg-descr
1.4 archivers/makeself/pkg-descr
1.2 archivers/ocaml-bz2/pkg-descr
1.4 archivers/p5-Archive-Zip/pkg-descr
1.3 archivers/pbzip2/pkg-descr
1.5 archivers/star/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/gkrellmoon2/pkg-descr
1.4 astro/gpsman/pkg-descr
1.4 astro/p5-Astro-MoonPhase/pkg-descr
1.3 astro/xmoontool/pkg-descr

(Only the first 10 of 906 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
The vast majority of pkg-descr files had the following format when they
had both lines:

Author: ...
WWW: ....

So standardize on that, and move them to the end of the file when necessary.

Also fix some more whitespace, and remove more "signature tags" of varying
forms, like -- name, etc.


A few other various formatting issues
Wed, 30 Jul 2003
[ 07:36 krion ] Original commit 
1.1 net/3proxy/Makefile
1.1 net/3proxy/distinfo
1.1 net/3proxy/files/
1.1 net/3proxy/files/patch-aa
1.1 net/3proxy/files/patch-ab
1.1 net/3proxy/pkg-descr
1.1 net/3proxy/pkg-plist
1.1042 net/Makefile
New port: net/3proxy

3[APA3A] tiny proxy 3Proxy (pronounce it as "Zaraza tiny
proxy") is really tiny cross-platform (Win32&Unix) proxy
servers set. It includes HTTP proxy with HTTPS and FTP support,
SOCKSv4/SOCKSv4.5/SOCKSv5 proxy, POP3 proxy, TCP and UDP
portmappers. You can use every proxy as a standalone program
(socks, proxy, tcppm, udppm, pop3p) or use combined program

PR:             54968
Submitted by:   Timofey Chernousov <>
Approved by:    fjoe (mentor) (implicit)

Number of commits found: 4

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