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- Jul 24 2018, 3:37 PM (59 w, 4 d)
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Jul 25 2019
Jun 29 2019
Apr 28 2019
sysutils/nomad: remove commented out lines in Makefile
Mar 29 2019
Mar 26 2019
Sooooooooo. Is anybody going to help me fix this or approve this? ;-) I am still waiting.
Feb 4 2019
Feb 2 2019
I have no idea where GNU_CONFIGURE goes. I've asked for it to be pointed out to where it goes. Since I can't get any help on where to put it, I'm just going to close this.
Feb 1 2019
The only example given is for github, and yes, I did read it ;-) What exactly would GNU_CONFIGURE fall under? There isn't a USE_GNU or any other such variable. I *still* don't know where this is supposed to go. Maybe the handbook should be more clear. How about passing on the knowledge that I am missing? I really don't know where this is supposed to go and the handbook does not make it clear at all.
Please help me understand this ;-) Here is Chapter 15 of the handbook:
audio/pianod2: port fixes
Jan 31 2019
Jan 30 2019
sysutils/py-consul: rename to sysutils/py-python-consul
Apparently this has been committed already
sysutils/conman: port fixes
net/py-ifaddr: port fixes
sysutils/lizardfs: port fixes
Jan 29 2019
net/py-ifaddr: remove 2.7+ from USES
net/py-zeroconf: update dependencies
john@pcbsd /usr/local/poudriere/ports/subversive$ cat dns/py-pybonjour/Makefile
- $FreeBSD: head/dns/py-bonjour/Makefile 489656 2019-01-08 08:51:57Z jhixson $
john@pcbsd /usr/local/poudriere/ports/subversive$ svn diff dns/py-pybonjour/
The makefile for the port isn't showing up because there aren't any changes to it.
sysutils/conman: Fix ETCDIR and pkg-plist to have correct files
dns/py-pybonjour: Add entry into MOVED
Jan 28 2019
Update to RELEASE.2019-01-25T23-38-19Z
Python 3.4 is no longer in ports, require Python 3.5 or higher
Since this has been committed already, closing this out.
Remove conman from Makefile