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non port: security/gnupg/pkg-install

Number of commits found: 2

Tue, 10 Jan 2017
[ 02:06 adamw search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:431046
Simplify, reformat, and modernize.

The user-facing changes, some of which required a PORTREVISION bump:

* Don't make everybody download the signature file
* Add USES=readline, rather than making assumptions about it being in
  /usr. A side effect of this was that gnupg was being built with
  readline support on 10 but not 11, except when LDAP was enabled which
  brought it in as a side effect
* Don't make manpages dependent upon the DOCS option. As a side effect,
  everybody now gets the info files. Also, put the help files into
  DOCSDIR instead of DATADIR; best as I can tell they aren't being
  called from within gpg
* Reword the pkg-descr to describe what gpg is, rather than making a
  frightening-sounding statement about patents and unrestricted use
* Handle the gpg symlink in the plist, and be a little looser about
  creating it and tighter about removing it
* Remove the pkg-message. The pinentry dependency installs a pinentry
  dialogue already
Thu, 21 Dec 2006
[ 13:31 kuriyama search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit  (Only the first 10 of 39 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
- Upgrade gnupg to 2.0.1.  Old stable version (1.4.6) was repocopied
  to security/gnupg1.

Thanks to:      dougb, lofi

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