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non port: print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 8

Tue, 23 Mar 2004
[ 06:10 marcus ] Original commit 
1.295 print/Makefile
1.8 print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
1.3 print/libgnomeprint20/distinfo
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-ab
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-configure
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-libgnomeprint::drivers::Makefile.in
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-libgnomeprint::transports::Makefile.in
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/pkg-descr
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/pkg-plist
Retire this port.  It has served its purpose, and now everything that
required it uses libgnomeprint.
Sun, 14 Mar 2004
[ 06:17 ade ] Original commit 
1.34 accessibility/at-spi/Makefile
1.36 accessibility/atk/Makefile
1.12 accessibility/dasher/Makefile
1.27 accessibility/gail/Makefile
1.12 accessibility/gnomemag/Makefile
1.7 accessibility/gnopernicus/Makefile
1.3 arabic/katoob/Makefile
1.6 archivers/dpkg/Makefile
1.30 archivers/fileroller/Makefile
1.18 archivers/libcomprex/Makefile

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Whoa there, boy, that's a mighty big commit y'all have there...

Begin autotools sanitization sequence by requiring ports to explicitly
specify which version of {libtool,autoconf,automake} they need, erasing
the concept of a "system default".

For ports-in-waiting:

        USE_LIBTOOL=YES         ->      USE_LIBTOOL_VER=13
        USE_AUTOCONF=YES        ->      USE_AUTOCONF_VER=213
        USE_AUTOMAKE=YES        ->      USE_AUTOMAKE_VER=14

Ports attempting to use the old style system after June 1st 2004 will be
sorely disappointed.
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)
Thu, 13 Nov 2003
[ 12:54 trevor ] Original commit 
1.7 palm/sitescooper/Makefile
1.5 print/adobe-cmaps/Makefile
1.5 print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
1.17 print/lilypond/Makefile
1.55 print/tex/Makefile
1.15 print/xdvik/Makefile
1.41 russian/apache13-modssl/Makefile
1.2 science/at/Makefile
1.3 security/gcipher/Makefile
1.10 security/l0phtcrack/Makefile

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Use the FIND and XARGS macros introduced in bsd.port.mk 1.391.
Thu, 12 Jun 2003
[ 09:46 adamw ] Original commit 
1.20 archivers/fileroller/Makefile
1.24 audio/gnomemedia/Makefile
1.39 audio/gnomemedia2/Makefile
1.24 databases/gnomedb/Makefile
1.23 databases/libgda/Makefile
1.41 databases/libgda2/Makefile
1.16 databases/libgnomedb/Makefile
1.12 databases/mergeant/Makefile
1.52 deskutils/gnomepim/Makefile
1.7 deskutils/libmrproject/Makefile

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Remove REINPLACE commands that were rolled into gnomehack.
Tue, 22 Apr 2003
[ 04:39 marcus ] Original commit 
1.69 print/libgnomeprint/Makefile
1.3 print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
Convert to new GNOME infrastructure.
Sun, 20 Apr 2003
[ 19:40 marcus ] Original commit 
1.36 print/ggv/Makefile
1.114 print/ghostscript-afpl/Makefile
1.89 print/ghostscript-gnu/Makefile
1.52 print/gnomeprint/Makefile
1.7 print/gtklp/Makefile
1.68 print/libgnomeprint/Makefile
1.2 print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
1.12 print/pdq/Makefile
1.3 print/pup/Makefile
Remove USE_GNOMENG.
Thu, 20 Feb 2003
[ 18:29 marcus ] Original commit 
1.232 print/Makefile
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/Makefile
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/distinfo
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-ab
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-configure
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-libgnomeprint::drivers::Makefile.in
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/files/patch-libgnomeprint::transports::Makefile.in
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/pkg-descr
1.1 print/libgnomeprint20/pkg-plist
Re-add libgnomeprint-2.0 for ports that will need it:

misc/gretl
deskutils/glabels
www/screem
graphics/gthumb2
graphics/sodipodi

libgnomeprint[ui]-2.0 will be removed as soon as all dependent ports are
upgraded to the new API.

Number of commits found: 8

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