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Sat, 18 Apr 2015
[ 10:28 marino ] Original commit   Revision:384218
384218 news/husky-fidoconf/Makefile
384218 news/husky-fidoconf/pkg-plist
384218 news/husky/Makefile.local
news/husky(-fidoconf): Unbreak F11 and DragonFly (old texi files)

The reason all husky ports were bumped is because the -devel package
suffix was not removed as intended.  It's been removed now so all husky
packages have different names.

The fidoconf package uses texi files to build an info page and an html
page.  It appears there is no man page equivalent.  I couldn't find a
patch to fix the old-format texi files that the latest texinfo programs
can read, so I blocked them from building on FreeBSD 11 and DragonFly
where the port was broken.

While here, I removed %%PORTDOCS%% from man pages.  There were installed
unconditionally (as they should be), so setting DOCS option to off would
have broken the port as well.  Also use the INFO definition as it should
be rather than hardcoding the pkg-plist.

The maintainer will be notified so he can prepare a patch for texi or
update the port.

Approved by:	blanket (unbreaks F11)
Mon, 2 Feb 2015
[ 04:40 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:378290
378290 news/cleanfeed/pkg-plist
378290 news/crashmail/pkg-plist
378290 news/golded+/pkg-plist
378290 news/husky-areafix/pkg-plist
378290 news/husky-fidoconf/pkg-plist
378290 news/husky-huskylib/pkg-plist
378290 news/husky-smapi/pkg-plist
378290 news/lusernet/pkg-plist
378290 news/multisuck/pkg-plist
378290 news/newsgrab/pkg-plist

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- Drop @dirrm* from pkg-plists

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Tue, 5 Aug 2003
[ 10:08 fjoe ] Original commit 
1.5 news/husky-bsopack/Makefile
1.2 news/husky-bsopack/pkg-plist
1.8 news/husky-fidoconf/Makefile
1.2 news/husky-fidoconf/pkg-plist
1.7 news/husky-hpt/Makefile
1.2 news/husky-hpt/pkg-plist
1.5 news/husky-hpucode/Makefile
1.2 news/husky-hpucode/pkg-plist
1.7 news/husky-htick/Makefile
1.2 news/husky-htick/pkg-plist

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Use INFO=.
Sun, 5 Jan 2003
[ 19:34 fjoe ] Original commit 
1.84 news/Makefile
1.1 news/husky-base/Makefile
1.1 news/husky-base/Makefile.inc
1.1 news/husky-base/distinfo
1.1 news/husky-base/files/patch-huskymak.cfg
1.1 news/husky-base/pkg-comment
1.1 news/husky-base/pkg-descr
1.1 news/husky-base/pkg-install
1.1 news/husky-base/pkg-plist
1.1 news/husky-bsopack/Makefile

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Add ports for Husky Fidosoft Project (most of modules from it).

Number of commits found: 4

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