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non port: textproc/adabrowse/files/patch-Makefile
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Number of commits found: 2

Wed, 12 Mar 2014
[ 23:00 marino ] Original commit   Revision:348013
348013 textproc/adabrowse/Makefile
348013 textproc/adabrowse/files/ad-projects-impl.ads
348013 textproc/adabrowse/files/build.gpr
348013 textproc/adabrowse/files/patch-Makefile
textproc/adabrowse: switch build to .gpr to avoid ASIS rebuilds

At least with the upcoming gcc49 and ASIS 2013, I've been seeing gmake
Makefile-based builds trying to rebuild ASIS rather than just use the
provided static library.  I don't know what causes that, but I did notice
that it doesn't happen with GNAT project files.

1) Disregard gmake completely and provide a new build.gpr file
   This will work when gcc-aux is moved to gcc49.
2) Add DOCS option and install the html documentation optionally
3) Relocate LICENSE to make portlint happy
4) Using GPR makes this jobs safe (although the job number might be
   limited to 1 anyway in this case)
Sun, 21 Jul 2013
[ 14:22 marino ] Original commit   Revision:323390
323390 textproc/Makefile
323390 textproc/adabrowse
323390 textproc/adabrowse/Makefile
323390 textproc/adabrowse/distinfo
323390 textproc/adabrowse/files
323390 textproc/adabrowse/files/patch-Makefile
323390 textproc/adabrowse/pkg-descr
323390 textproc/adabrowse/pkg-plist
Add new port: textproc/adabrowse

Adabrowse is an Ada to HTML generator typically used to generate
documentation.  It is a dependency for some Ada ports documentation
options, such as the coming upgrade for security/libsparkcrypto port.

Approved by:	bapt (mentor)

Number of commits found: 2

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