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Number of commits found: 4

Thu, 19 May 2016
[ 10:53 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:415500
415500 palm/jpilot/pkg-descr
415500 polish/fortunepl/pkg-descr
415500 polish/gnugadu2/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/distilator/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/freebsd-bugzilla-cli/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/managepkg/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkg_rmleaves/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkgcompare/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/porttree/pkg-descr

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- Fix trailing whitespace in pkg-descrs, categories [p-x]*

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Fri, 5 Dec 2014
[ 17:13 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:374060
374060 ports-mgmt/Makefile
374060 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist
374060 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/Makefile
374060 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/distinfo
374060 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/pkg-descr
- Resurrect ports-mgmt/pkg-plist, update to 1.4

Make a pkg-plist for a FreeBSD port. Try to be as "automatic" as possible.

That's all it does ;-)

Basic usage
===========
1. Build your port to the staging directory: `make stage`.
2. Run this from your port's directory (or set `-p`).

Alternatively, you can install your ports to a "fake" prefix, this is the "old"
from before staging support, but it has the added advantage that you've tested
whether your port works when installing to a different prefix.

1. Build & install your port with a different `PREFIX`: `make install
   PREFIX=/var/tmp/ptest`.
2. Run this from your port's directory with `-x` set to `PREFIX`.

WWW: http://code.arp242.net/pkg-plist

PR:		195576
Submitted by:	lightside@gmx.com
Approved by:	martin@arp242.net (maintainer)
Wed, 7 Nov 2012
[ 23:17 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:307149
307149 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/Makefile
307149 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/distinfo
307149 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/pkg-descr
- Update to 1.2

While here:
- Trim Makefile header

PR:		ports/173452
Submitted by:	Martin Tournoij <martin@arp242.net> (maintainer)
Approved by:	makc, avilla (mentors, implicit)
Feature safe:	yes
Thu, 24 Nov 2011
[ 18:15 crees ] Original commit 
1.47 ports-mgmt/Makefile
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/Makefile
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/distinfo
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/pkg-descr
Make a pkg-plist for a FreeBSD port. Try to be as "automatic" as possible.

That's all it does ;-)

WWW: http://code.google.com/p/pkg-plist/

PR:             ports/162567
Submitted by:   Martin Tournoij <martin@arp242.net>
Feature safe:   yes

Number of commits found: 4

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