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non port: x11-wm/stumpwm/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 3

Fri, 18 Aug 2017
[ 14:27 jrm ] Original commit   Revision:448234
448234 MOVED
448234 x11-wm/Makefile
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/Makefile
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/distinfo
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/files/patch-contrib-stumpish
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/files/stumpwm.in
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/pkg-descr
448234 x11-wm/stumpwm/pkg-plist
x11-wm/stumpwm: re-add after deletion in 2014

Instead of bundling StumpWM, SBCL, and other libraries into one large
executable, pull in SBCL and the other dependencies and use the simple CL
framework that other FreeBSD CL ports use.

Since StumpWM only supports running under SBCL, the port pulls in the
*-sbcl port dependencies and conforms to the framework itself, except that
it directly installs the fasl files instead of having an associated
x11-wm/stumpwm-sbcl.  This means no fasl files will be generated under
~/.cache/common-lisp/sbcl-*/ [1] and the package is only made up of the
source, fasl files, and a few small, miscellaneous files.  From a user
perspective, they still get an executable, but it is a small shell script
and the package is under 3 MB instead of around 65 MB.

[1] Loading personal modules in ~/.stumpwmrc will still generate fasl files
    under ~/.cache/common-lisp/sbcl-*/
Thu, 28 Mar 2013
[ 16:29 eadler ] Original commit   Revision:315487
315487 archivers/kio_p7zip/pkg-descr
315487 archivers/ocaml-zip/pkg-descr
315487 astro/py-astLib/pkg-descr
315487 audio/amb-plugins/pkg-descr
315487 audio/autotalent/pkg-descr
315487 audio/autozen/pkg-descr
315487 audio/caps-plugins/pkg-descr
315487 audio/dssi/pkg-descr
315487 audio/fluidsynth-dssi/pkg-descr
315487 audio/fmit/pkg-descr

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Most contributors copy an existing port when writing their own so reduce the
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Tue, 11 Mar 2008
[ 22:54 alepulver ] Original commit 
1.218 x11-wm/Makefile
1.1 x11-wm/stumpwm/Makefile
1.1 x11-wm/stumpwm/distinfo
1.1 x11-wm/stumpwm/pkg-descr
Stumpwm is a tiling, keyboard driven X11 Window Manager written entirely in0
Common Lisp.

If you're tired of flipping through themes like channel-surfing, and going
from one perfect-except-for-just-one-thing window manager to another
even-more-broken-in-some-other-way then perhaps Stumpwm can help.

Stumpwm attempts to be customizable yet visually minimal. There are no window
decorations, no icons, and no buttons. It does have various hooks to attach
your personal customizations, and variables to tweak.

* Hack the good hack.
* Debug your good hack.
* Customize your window manager.

While it's running. That's right. With a 100% Common Lisp window manager
there's no stopping the hacks. Just re-eval and GO!

WWW:    http://www.nongnu.org/stumpwm/

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