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Wed, 10 Apr 2019
[ 06:18 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:498530
498530 archivers/rpm4/Makefile
498530 astro/geographiclib/Makefile
498530 astro/weather/Makefile
498530 audio/beets/Makefile
498530 audio/ecasound/Makefile
498530 audio/mma/Makefile
498530 audio/mps/Makefile
498530 audio/py-aubio/Makefile
498530 audio/py-fmoo-audiotools/Makefile
498530 audio/py-mutagen/Makefile

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Bump a few PORTREVISIONs after r498529

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Tue, 9 Oct 2018
[ 13:51 0mp ] Original commit   Revision:481633
481633 security/Makefile
481633 security/py-bro-pkg
481633 security/py-bro-pkg/Makefile
481633 security/py-bro-pkg/distinfo
481633 security/py-bro-pkg/pkg-descr
481633 security/py-bro-pkg/pkg-message
New port: security/py-bro-pkg: Bro NSM package manager

The Bro Package Manager makes it easy for Bro users to install
and manage third party scripts as well as plugins for Bro and
BroControl. The command-line tool is preconfigured scripts as
well as plugins for Bro and BroControl. The command-line tool
is preconfigured to download packages from the Bro package source,
a GitHub repository that has been setup such that any developer
can request their Bro package be included. See the README file
of that repository for information regarding the package submission
process. NOTE: It's left up to users to decide for themselves
via code review, GitHub comments/stars, or other metrics whether
any given package is trustworthy as there is no implied guarantees
that it's secure just because it's been accepted into the default
package source. See the package manager documentation for further
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