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Mon, 25 May 2020
[ 01:30 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.2 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: delete debugging cruft from r536422

Reported by:	Alexander Matveev <timon@net.nz>
Sun, 24 May 2020
[ 20:57 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.2 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: link against devel/ncurses if it's installed at build time

shells/fish is built using CMake and requires the FindCurses module.  Unless
CURSES_NEED_NCURSES=TRUE, shells/fish will always be built against ncurses
from base, even when devel/ncurses is already installed.

This change has no effect for packages built from Poudriere, which will not
install devel/ncurses when building fish.

PR:		246365
Submitted by:	Dustin Boyd <memreflect@pm.me>
[ 20:37 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.2 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: update to 3.1.2

PR:		246681
Submitted by:	dch
Mon, 18 May 2020
[ 18:40 asomers ] Original commit 
rust 1.43.1 lang files touched by this commit Language with a focus on memory safety and concurrency
rust-nightly 1.45.0.20200511_1 lang files touched by this commit Language with a focus on memory safety and concurrency
lang/rust-nightly: enable the Rust profiler

Enable the rust profiler on rust-nightly (as an unstable feature, it's not
allowed on the stable toolchain). This allows it to generate code coverage
reports.

https://doc.rust-lang.org/unstable-book/compiler-flags/profile.html
https://crates.io/crates/grcov

Reviewed by:	tobik
Approved by:	tobik (maintainer)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D24765
Thu, 7 May 2020
[ 20:39 asomers ] Original commit 
ripgrep 12.0.1_2 textproc files touched by this commit Command line search tool
textproc/ripgrep: do install completion file for fish

To solve bug 244355, we stopped installing the completion file for fish,
because fish installed it itself.  Now fish has stopped doing that, and they
request that packages like ripgrep install it themselves.  But we are to
install it into a different directory than we used to.  This change puts it
into the new location.

PR:		246290
Approved by:	petteri.valkonen@iki.fi (maintainer)
[ 15:36 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.1 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: update to 3.1.1

PR:		245975
Submitted by:	Evilham <contact@evilham.com>
Sun, 3 May 2020
[ 13:22 asomers ] Original commit 
smartmontools 7.1_1 sysutils files touched by this commit S.M.A.R.T. disk monitoring tools
sysutils/smartmontools: skip virtio disk devices during periodic scan

PR:		245935
Reviewed by:	samm
Approved by:	samm (maintainer)
Sponsored by:	Axcient
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D24191
Sat, 18 Apr 2020
[ 21:01 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.0_1 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: cherry-pick upstream fix for SVN performance

Upstream bug #6681 causes fish to run _very_ slowly inside of large
Subversion repositories.  The bug will be fixed in release 3.1.1.  But it's
worthwhile to cherry-pick the fix since all FreeBSD developers use large
Subversion repositories.

https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell/issues/6681
Wed, 26 Feb 2020
[ 04:26 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.1.0 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: upgrade to 3.1.0
Sun, 23 Feb 2020
[ 21:12 asomers ] Original commit 
fish 3.0.2_1 shells files touched by this commit User friendly command line shell
shells/fish: needs groff at runtime

add groff as a runtime MANPAGES_USES.  fish uses it to format partial man
pages in response to syntax errors.

PR:		243480
Reported by:	Igor Gali <i.galic@brainsware.org>
Mon, 13 Jan 2020
[ 14:34 asomers ] Original commit 
py-libzfs 1.0.20191113 devel  Ignore files touched by this commit Python libzfs bindings
devel/py-libzfs: fix build with nonstandard SRC_BASE after r520716

Upstream git rev d801c5f59f20a1889a4e4c6366c9d12f2ee50b2f changed the name
of the env variable used to indicate the location of the FreeBSD source
tree.

CC @sonicaj

Approved by:	wg (maintainer)
MFH:		2020Q1
Sponsored by:	Axcient
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D23126
Sun, 1 Dec 2019
[ 15:52 asomers ] Original commit 
qemu-utils 4.1.1 emulators files touched by this commit QEMU userland utilities
emulators/qemu-utils: switch maintainer to Ken

Ken has agreed to maintain this port, since he's a current user and I'm not.

Approved by:	ken
[ 15:50 asomers ] Original commit 
qemu-utils 4.1.1 emulators files touched by this commit QEMU userland utilities
emulators/qemu-utils: fix build after r518397

PR:		242279
Reported by:	pkg-fallout
Mon, 25 Nov 2019
[ 23:49 asomers ] Original commit 
gnupg 2.2.17_4 security files touched by this commit Complete and free PGP implementation
security/gnupg: add the --shared-access option to scdaemon

gnupg's scdaemon opens smart cards in exclusive mode, which prevents other
applications (such as PKCS#11 libraries) from concurrently accessing the
card). Upstream refuses to fix the problem. This commit adds a
--shared-access option to scdaemon. When enabled, scdaemon will access the
smart card in shared mode, playing nicely with other applications. The
default behavior is unchanged.

See Also:
https://github.com/GPGTools/MacGPG2/commit/d6cb8039a0cdc74b9bdd89a3dfa93248aa2c4100
https://dev.gnupg.org/T3267
https://dev.gnupg.org/D320
https://github.com/OpenSC/OpenSC/issues/953

Reviewed by:	adamw
Approved by:	adamw (maintainer)
Obtained-from:	GPGTools
Sponsored by:	Axcient
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D22473
Thu, 21 Nov 2019
[ 01:49 asomers ] Original commit 
gnupg 2.2.17_3 security files touched by this commit Complete and free PGP implementation
security/gnupg: rebuild man pages on every build

gnupg ships its man pages as texinfo files, precompiled into info files.
This change causes make to rebuild them every time.  There are two reasons:

* Rebuilding them automatically corrects several Linuxisms in paths (e.g.
  /etc => /usr/local/etc).

* Rebuilding them is a neccessary precondition for making any local changes
  that will affect the content of the man pages, which I intend to do in a
  future commit.

Reviewed by:	adamw
Approved by:	adamw (maintainer)
Sponsored by:	Axcient
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D22471
Tue, 22 Oct 2019
[ 15:40 asomers ] Original commit 
py-libzfs 1.0.20181220 devel  Ignore files touched by this commit Python libzfs bindings
devel/py-libzfs: fix build with nonstandard FreeBSD src dir

The current version of py-libzfs requires FREEBSD_SRC to be set during the
configure phase as well as during the build phase.

Approved by:	wg (maintainer)
Reviewed by:	wg
MFH:		2019Q4
Sponsored by:	Axcient
Differential Revision:	https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/branches/2019Q4/
Number of commits: 85
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