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non port: net/gps/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 6

Fri, 27 Feb 2004
[ 01:05 clement ] Original commit 
1.3 net/aguri/Makefile
1.19 net/airport/Makefile
1.10 net/angst/Makefile
1.3 net/annextools/Makefile
1.14 net/ap-utils/Makefile
1.21 net/argus/Makefile
1.32 net/arpwatch/Makefile
1.17 net/arts++/Makefile
1.3 net/aspathtree/Makefile
1.7 net/bandwidthd/Makefile

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Remove all stalled Makefiles in net category.

Approved and reviewed by:       marcus
Wed, 4 Feb 2004
[ 05:10 marcus ] Original commit 
1.6 mail/hotwayd/Makefile
1.12 mail/ifile/Makefile
1.30 mail/imp3/Makefile
1.5 mail/isoqlog/Makefile
1.16 mail/kiltdown/Makefile
1.4 mail/kshowmail/Makefile
1.3 mail/ksig/Makefile
1.18 mail/lbdb/Makefile
1.9 mail/liamail/Makefile
1.26 mail/libesmtp/Makefile

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Bump PORTREVISION on all ports that depend on gettext to aid with upgrading.

(Part 1)
Mon, 12 May 2003
[ 08:17 ijliao ] Original commit 
1.6 net/gps/Makefile
1.2 net/gps/distinfo
1.2 net/gps/pkg-plist
upgrade to 0.9.3

PR:             51902
Submitted by:   Sebastian Yepes [ESN] <esn@x123.info>
Thu, 20 Feb 2003
[ 18:51 knu ] Original commit 
1.4 net/44bsd-rdist/Makefile
1.4 net/44bsd-rdist/pkg-comment
1.24 net/SSLtelnet/Makefile
1.6 net/SSLtelnet/pkg-comment
1.18 net/airport/Makefile
1.2 net/airport/pkg-comment
1.9 net/amcl/Makefile
1.3 net/amcl/pkg-comment
1.2 net/amsn/Makefile
1.2 net/amsn/pkg-comment

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De-pkg-comment.
Sun, 23 Jun 2002
[ 06:04 ijliao ] Original commit 
1.7 net/amcl/Makefile
1.2 net/angst/Makefile
1.20 net/cnet/Makefile
1.12 net/dlint/Makefile
1.10 net/fidelio/Makefile
1.2 net/forg/Makefile
1.14 net/fping/Makefile
1.18 net/gnosamba/Makefile
1.2 net/gps/Makefile
1.3 net/hagelslag/Makefile

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Replace ${PERL} with ${REINPLACE_CMD}

PR:             39668
Submitted by:   Oliver Braun <obraun@informatik.unibw-muenchen.de>
Fri, 1 Mar 2002
[ 03:12 ijliao ] Original commit 
unknown net/gps/Makefile
unknown net/gps/distinfo
unknown net/gps/pkg-comment
unknown net/gps/pkg-descr
unknown net/gps/pkg-plist
add gps 0.9.1   Ghost Port Scan    

Number of commits found: 6

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