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2014-09-01 19:04:23
- Convert to USES=libtool and add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
- Remove gio-querymodules command from post-install; not needed with staging

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 19:00:08
Convert to USES=libtool and add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 18:58:35
Patch *.pc files to replace ${libdir}/libfoo.la with "-L${libdir} -lfoo".
This fixes audio/sidplay2 after r366789.

Reported by: antoine
2014-09-01 18:25:04
Add USES=libtool and INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 18:21:50
- Convert to USES=libtool and add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
- Remove python dependency

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 18:18:51
Wrap compound statements and use '.' instead of '\*' in COPYTREE_SHARE.
The underlying problem that caused the build failures (tcl modules) has
already been fixed, but the problem exposed another failure when \* was
used to match nothing.
2014-09-01 18:16:21
- Add USES=libtool
- Remove pkg_install @cwd hack

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 18:09:41
New port: math/ipopt

Ipopt (Interior Point OPTimizer, pronounced eye-pea-Opt) is a software
package for large-scale nonlinear optimization.

Ipopt is written in C++ and is released as open source code under the
Eclipse Public License (EPL). It is available from the COIN-OR
initiative. The code has been written by Carl Laird and Andreas W?\195?\164chter,
who is the COIN project leader for Ipopt.

The Ipopt distribution can be used to generate a library that can be
linked to one's own C++, C, or Fortran code, as well as a solver
executable for the AMPL modeling environment. The package includes
interfaces to CUTEr optimization testing environment, as well as the
MATLAB and R programming environments. IPOPT can be used on Linux/UNIX,
Mac OS X and Windows platforms.

An excellent reference for this library can be found in:

W?\195?\164chter and L. T. Biegler, On the Implementation of a Primal-Dual Interior
Point Filter Line Search Algorithm for Large-Scale Nonlinear Programming,
Mathematical Programming 106(1), pp. 25-57, 2006

WWW: https://projects.coin-or.org/Ipopt

PR: 168290
Submitted by: Pedro F. Giffuni <[email protected]>
2014-09-01 18:05:36
- Convert to USES=libtool and USES=pathfix
- Add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 18:03:31
- Convert to USES=libtool and USES=python
- Add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
2014-09-01 17:57:46
Convert to USES=libtool and INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 17:55:52
- Convert to USES=libtool and USES=pathfix
- Add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
2014-09-01 17:53:22
- Replace LIB_DEPENDS=libglibmm-2.4.so with USE_GNOME=glibmm
- Add USES=libtool and INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
2014-09-01 17:52:26
mail/tkrat2: fix start of mail client, reset maintainer as requested by marino

PR: 191994
Submitted by: Don Lewis <[email protected]>
Approved by: maintainer (timeout)
2014-09-01 17:48:22
Convert to USES=libtool and add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip

Obtained from: gnome-dev
2014-09-01 17:36:34
Add devel/p5-Term-ProgressBar-Simple, a simpler interface to
Term::ProgressBar.

Progress bars are handy - they tell you how much work has been done, how much
is left to do and estimate how long it will take. But they can be fiddly! This
module does the right thing in almost all cases in a really convenient way.

It wraps Term::ProgressBar::Quiet so there is no output unless the code is
running interactively - lets you put them in cron scripts.

It deals with minor updates - only refreshes the screen when it will change
what the user sees so it is efficient.

It completes the progress bar when the progress object is destroyed (explicitly
or by going out of scope) - no more '99%' done.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Term-ProgressBar-Simple/
2014-09-01 17:25:43
games/linux-nwnclient: Stage

* StageDir

PR: 187869
Submitted by: myself
Approved by: swills (mentor)
Approved by: scf (maintainer)
Mk/Scripts
2014-09-01 17:06:19
- Make it possible to use sample keyword with a full path
- Prefer @dirrmtry over @unexec rmdir in makeplist

Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D705
Reviewed by: bapt
With hat: portmgr