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Tue, 31 Jul 2018
[ 19:05 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:476015
476015 security/gpgme-cpp/pkg-plist
476015 security/gpgme-qt5/Makefile
476015 security/gpgme-qt5/pkg-plist
476015 security/gpgme/Makefile
476015 security/gpgme/distinfo
476015 security/gpgme/pkg-plist
476015 security/py-gpgme/Makefile
Update security/*gpgme* to 1.11.1

Changes:	https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnupg-devel/2018-April/033624.html
Tue, 6 Feb 2018
[ 15:18 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:461063
461063 security/gpgme-qt5/Makefile
461063 security/gpgme/Makefile
461063 security/gpgme/files/patch-tests_gpg_Makefile.in
461063 security/py-gpgme/Makefile
security/gpgme:
- Add some magic to support the regression tests in the case where the test
  build directory path length exceeds the maximum socket path length.
- Fix shebang in the pinentry test script. At long last, the real reason some
  of the tests were failing has been discovered!
- Remove files/patch-tests_gpg_Makefile.in now that the pinentry script is
  fixed.
- Move USES upward.

security/gpgme-cpp:
- Remove workaround for Bug 193528 (fixed in GCC 6+)

security/gpgme-qt5:
- Add full test support.
- QT5 testlib only needed for tests at build time.
- Add DOXYGEN option to install the API documentation. Prevent the
  automatic building of the docs if doxygen happens to be installed.
- Bump PORTREVISION due to added options / dependency change

security/py-gpgme:
- Add full test support.
- Revert flavor logic move from r460759. The logic being below
  <bsd.port.options.mk> was the reason it wasn't previously working.
- Bump PORTREVISION due to added option
Fri, 2 Feb 2018
[ 23:30 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:460759
460759 security/gpgme/Makefile
460759 security/py-gpgme/Makefile
Add a TEST option to toggle in-build testing as it was causing trouble when
the test build directory path length was longer than the maximum socket path
length. A workaround to this problem is noted in the Makefile. [1]

Prevent the GNUPG1 option and the TEST option from being enabled simultaneously
since the tests mainly revolve around the programs supplied with GnuPG 2.x.

Disable in-build tests for slave ports for now.

Move the flavor logic for the python slave port into the slave port Makefile
as it was not being evaluated correctly when in the master port Makefile.

Reported by:	tijl (via private mail) [1]
Sat, 26 Nov 2016
[ 23:41 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:427185
427185 UPDATING
427185 deskutils/basket/Makefile
427185 deskutils/kdepim4/Makefile
427185 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/Makefile
427185 devel/geany-plugin-pg/Makefile
427185 finance/kmymoney-kde4/Makefile
427185 finance/qhacc/Makefile
427185 mail/anubis/Makefile
427185 mail/balsa/Makefile
427185 mail/claws-mail-pgp/Makefile

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Update security/gpgme-* to 1.8.0

In this version, libgpgme-pthread.so has been removed in favor of just
using libgpgme.so as the thread-safe library. PORTREVISION has been
bumped on all ports depending on security/gpgme so that any that may have
linked to -lgpgme-pthread will link to -lgpgme instead.

The Python module provided by security/py-gpgme has been renamed upstream
from pyme3 to gpg. This removes the conflict with security/py-pyme,
although security/py-gpgme is still the direct replacement of that
module.
Tue, 18 Oct 2016
[ 19:45 jhale ] Original commit   Revision:424209
424209 security/Makefile
424209 security/gpgme-cpp
424209 security/gpgme-cpp/Makefile
424209 security/gpgme-cpp/distinfo
424209 security/gpgme-cpp/pkg-descr
424209 security/gpgme-cpp/pkg-plist
424209 security/gpgme-qt5
424209 security/gpgme-qt5/Makefile
424209 security/gpgme-qt5/distinfo
424209 security/gpgme-qt5/pkg-descr

(Only the first 10 of 21 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
- Update security/gpgme to 1.7.0
- Convert to master port and add several slave ports for the newly added
  c++, Qt5, and python bindings (security/gpgme-cpp, security/gpgme-qt5,
  and security/py-gpgme, respectively)
- The Qt bindings currently provided by deskutils/kdepimlibs4
  cannot currently coexist with these new bindings, but will be phased out
  in the future
- The python bindings are an updated version of the ones provided by
  security/py-pyme and are now being maintained as part of the gpgme project.
  They work with both python 2.x and 3.x.

PR:		212886

Number of commits found XX: 5

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