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non port: sysutils/autopsy/pkg-descr

Number of commits found: 5

Thu, 19 May 2016
[ 10:53 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:415500
415500 palm/jpilot/pkg-descr
415500 polish/fortunepl/pkg-descr
415500 polish/gnugadu2/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/distilator/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/freebsd-bugzilla-cli/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/managepkg/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkg-plist/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkg_rmleaves/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/pkgcompare/pkg-descr
415500 ports-mgmt/porttree/pkg-descr

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- Fix trailing whitespace in pkg-descrs, categories [p-x]*

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Fri, 11 Jul 2014
[ 21:47 marino ] Original commit   Revision:361587
361587 sysutils/autopsy/Makefile
361587 sysutils/autopsy/files/patch-configure
361587 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-descr
361587 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-message
sysutils/autopsy: Convert from INTERACTIVE port and assign new maintainer

This port was deprecated because it was unmaintained and interactive,
but Dylan Leigh has brought it back into good standing:

 * Convert to a regular port by fixing configure script
   - Skip useless prompts to user
   - Abort instead of prompting when paths are not found, which will never
     happen in ports anyway
   - Convert evidence locker and NSRL prompts to pkg-message
 * Updated description to warn about project inactivity
 * Updated WWW link
 * Add pkg-message
 * Assign maintainership to Dylan

PR:		191778
Submitted by:	Dylan Leigh
Verified by:	Redports 8x
Sun, 13 Feb 2011
[ 14:40 danfe ] Original commit 
1.3 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-descr
Make text a bit easier to read and closely match official description.
Tue, 5 Jun 2007
[ 16:14 danfe ] Original commit 
1.2 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-descr
1.3 sysutils/sleuthkit/pkg-descr
Clean up descriptions for TSK and Autopsy:

- Kill EOL whitespace
- Better indentation
- Consolidate and bring up to date WWW lines
Mon, 8 Sep 2003
[ 11:38 edwin ] Original commit 
1.408 sysutils/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/autopsy/Makefile
1.1 sysutils/autopsy/distinfo
1.1 sysutils/autopsy/files/patch-configure
1.1 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-descr
1.1 sysutils/autopsy/pkg-plist
[NEW PORT] sysutils/autopsy: The Autopsy Forensic

        The Autopsy Forensic Browser is a graphical interface to
        the command line digital forensic analysis tools in The
        Sleuth Kit. Together, The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy provide
        many of the same features as commercial digital forensics
        tools for the analysis of Windows and UNIX file systems
        (NTFS, FAT, FFS, EXT2FS, and EXT3FS).

        The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy are both Open Source and run on
        UNIX platforms.  As Autopsy is HTML-based, the investigator
        can connect to the Autopsy server from any platform using
        an HTML browser.  Autopsy provides a "File Manager"-like
        interface and shows details about deleted data and file
        system structures.

PR:             ports/55543
Submitted by:   Pieter Danhieux <>

Number of commits found: 5

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