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non port: security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
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Number of commits found XX: 5

Mon, 25 Nov 2013
[ 06:56 remko (src,doc committer) ] Original commit   Revision:334815
334815 security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
Make it more clear that "SAME URL" is actually the blockquote
url.

hat:	secteam
Sun, 17 Nov 2013
[ 02:12 eadler ] Original commit   Revision:334046
334046 security/vuxml/Makefile
334046 security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
Minor tweak to standard template in order to fit with convention
Fri, 13 May 2005
[ 15:34 nectar ] Original commit 
1.3 security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
$EDITOR should not be quoted.  It might be "emacsclient -a vi" or
something.
Sat, 8 Jan 2005
[ 17:13 nectar ] Original commit 
1.2 security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
Change the behavior of `make newentry' so that it invokes ${EDITOR}
after adding the template, since this is certainly the next required
action. [1]

Fix the error checking: a pipeline was masking some errors, and `set
errexit' was not effective in some other places.

Suggested by:   delphij [1]
[ 15:43 nectar ] Original commit 
1.6 security/vuxml/Makefile
1.1 security/vuxml/files/newentry.sh
Add a target, `newentry', that will insert a VuXML <vuln> template
(including generated VID) to the top of the `vuln.xml' file.  This will
save a little time when adding new entries.

Inspired by:    a patch from simon

Number of commits found XX: 5

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