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non port: science/gramps/files/

Number of commits found: 2

Thu, 19 May 2016
[ 21:16 woodsb02 ] Original commit   Revision:415529
415529 science/gramps/Makefile
415529 science/gramps/distinfo
415529 science/gramps/files/
415529 science/gramps/files/
415529 science/gramps/files/
415529 science/gramps/pkg-descr
415529 science/gramps/pkg-plist
science/gramps: Update to 4.2.3
- Take maintainership
- Convert to USE_GITHUB (new location of main upstream repository)
- Update dependencies for new version (namely python 3.2+ and GTK3) [1]
- Convert "strongly recommended" options to dependencies (removing option) [1]
- Add "optional" dependencies as OPTIONS [1]
- Remove pkg-plist and convert build to USE_PYTHON=autoplist distutils
- Remove pre-extract upgrade warning as it is ineffective for pkg upgrades
  and now only applies for systems which have not been upgraded in 1.5 years.
- Add post-stage hack to fix staging support, copied from Arch Linux [2]
- Delete files/ as the offending file has been removed
- Add files/ to allow "--single-version-externally-managed" [3]
- Add files/ to fix double slashes in generated by autoplist [4]

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Thu, 9 Dec 2010
[ 14:43 pav ] Original commit 
1.48 science/gramps/Makefile
1.1 science/gramps/files/
1.31 science/gramps/pkg-plist
- Fix plist and unbreak - do not overwrite file installed by shared-mime-info

Submitted by:   Ruslan Mahmatkhanov <>
Approved by:    Anders Troback <> (maintainer)

Number of commits found: 2

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