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non port: shells/zsh/files/extra-patch-bsdtar

Number of commits found: 4

Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016
07:39 adamw search for other commits by this committer
Reorganize, simplify, and improve the Makefile.

A couple options changes:
The MAILDIR and SECURE_FREE knobs were both removed and switched to
always-on. Having maildir support does not preclude mbox support, so
there's no reason not to include it for everybody. The secure-free
run-time free() safety check is good practice and is a mandatory default
on a number of other OS's, so now it's enabled for all zsh here as well.

PORTREVISION bump for the above changes.

The rest of the changes are simplifications, and reorganizing things to
be more legible. An EXTRA_PATCHES that was being applied unconditionally
was converted to a normal files/patch-, and I added in some comments
on things I got confused by.

While here, I also rewrote the descr to better describe what Zsh is
in relation to other shells. I also removed

	"See also zshcompsys(1) manpage. :)"

Not even a smiley face can undo the pain of trying to read zshcompsys(1).
Original commitRevision:419165 
Monday, 28 Feb 2011
08:01 bapt search for other commits by this committer
- Take maintainership, des@ is no longer having enough time for zsh, he has done
really great job with zsh, thanks a lot. [1]
- Upgrade to 4.3.11
- add linsysfs to the file system list for completion [2]
- fix mount completion when adding available labels to the list of devices [3]

PR:             ports/141472 [2], ports/145657 [3]
Submitted by:   scf [2], Frédéric Perrin <frederic.perrin _at_>
Approved by:    des@ [1]
Original commit
Monday, 30 Jul 2007
16:21 garga search for other commits by this committer
- Update to 4.3.4
- Pet a bit portlint
- OPTION'ify
- Add PCRE support OPTION off by default
- Remove ?= from MAINTAINER and COMMENT since there are no more slave ports
- Remove CONFLICTS since conflicting ports doesn't exist anymore
- Fix iconv detection and add USE_ICONV=yes
- Use PORTDOCS and PORTEXAMPLES and cleanup pkg-plist
- Add csup, portsnap and portlint Completions, it was already added to zsh cvs
  but add it here using a patch while new version don't come

Reviewed by:    sergei@
Approved by:    sergei@ (maintainer)
Original commit
Tuesday, 6 Sep 2005
12:53 sergei search for other commits by this committer
- Stop adding rzsh (restricted zsh) to /etc/shells [1]:
  rzsh(1) is the restricted version of zsh(1), with various things disabled
  so as to provide a strictly limited access to the system.
  A user with a shell in /etc/shells can use chsh(1) to change their shell,
  can use FTP, can use other file-transfer services, etc. Thus, adding rzsh
  to /etc/shells could be a security risk in certain configurations.
- zsh-mime-setup is set up to look for /etc/{mime.types,mailcap}.
  Neither of them should exist on a stock FreeBSD system.
  Teach it to look in ${LOCALBASE}/etc instead. [2]
- Zsh completion doesn't know about bsdtar(1) achievements:
  it won't complete to foo.tar.gz if you just enter 'tar xf foo^D'.
  Teach zsh completion about this and other formats supported by bsdtar(1).
  NOTE: This is only applicable to FreeBSD 5.3-RELEASE or newer,
  where bsdtar(1) replaced GNU tar(1) in the base system.

PR:             ports/82066 [2], ports/83023 [3]
Submitted by:   Phil Pennock <> [1]
                Ulrich Spoerlein <> [2] [3]
Original commit

Number of commits found: 4