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non port: net/freeradius/files/patch-src-modules-rlm_attr_rewrite-rlm_attr_rewrite.c
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 28 Oct 2007
[ 22:08 lwhsu ] Original commit 
1.62 net/freeradius/Makefile
1.2 net/freeradius/files/patch-src-modules-rlm_attr_rewrite-rlm_attr_rewrite.c
1.32 net/freeradius/pkg-plist
- Remove more 4.x cruft (obsolete comment in Makefile, obsolete patch,
  simplification in WITH_NOPERL handling in Makefile).
- Use MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR rather than an explicit /old reference in
  MASTER_SITES.
- Tidy pkg-plist, including the use of @stopdaemon and some mild reordering
  so that it is more logical.
- Avoid spurious -L/usr/lib in the radiusd build step when using base OpenSSL.
- Use ${PTHREAD_LIBS} rather than -pthread.
- Remove the -p flag to cp when copying files into /usr/local/etc/raddb (this
  may help stop FreeRADIUS stomping over explicitly set ownership and
  permissions in this directory). [1]
- Generalise CONFLICTS.
- Support WITH_DEVELOPER (though it has to be used as a knob - I see no reason
  to add this to the OPTIONS).
- Bump PORTREVISION.

[1] May address a concern of sem@ (maintainer had discussion by private mail)

PR:             ports/117160
Submitted by:   David Wood <david AT wood2.org.uk> (maintainer)
Sat, 18 Jun 2005
[ 02:53 thompsa ] Original commit 
1.1 net/freeradius/files/patch-src-modules-rlm_attr_rewrite-rlm_attr_rewrite.c
Fix build on 4.x, regex.h requires types.h for off_t.

Approved by:    lesi

Number of commits found: 2

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