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Mk/Uses
2014-09-30 21:41:21
Convert bsd.horde.mk into USES=horde
2014-09-30 21:28:39
- Bump PORTREVISION
- Add USES shebangfix and SHEBANG_FILES
- Simplify installation handling, use normal Makefile
and adjust files/patch-Makefile
- Change REINPLACE, use DATADIR and .sdlscavenger
- Use REINPLACE instead of simple patch
2014-09-30 21:22:31
- Actually update sysutils/rsyslog8 to 8.4.1

Reviewed by: bdrewery@
Security: 8e0e86ff-48b5-11e4-ab80-000c29f6ae42
devel/py-prompt_toolkit
2014-09-30 20:37:30
Add py-jedi to the runtime requirements
2014-09-30 20:10:25
- Update sysutils/rsyslog7 to 7.6.6 [1] and sysutils/rsyslog8 to 8.4.1 [2] to fix CVE-2014-3634 [3].

1: http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-7-6-6-v7-stable/
2: http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-8-4-1-v8-stable/
3: http://www.rsyslog.com/remote-syslog-pri-vulnerability/

Reviewed by: bdrewery@
Security: 8e0e86ff-48b5-11e4-ab80-000c29f6ae42
2014-09-30 20:09:32
- Document sysutils/rsyslog vulnerabilities CVE-2014-3634

Reviewed by: bdrewery@
devel/py-prompt_toolkit
2014-09-30 19:13:29
prompt_toolkit is a library for building powerful interactive command lines in
Python. It ships with a nice interactive Python shell (called ptpython) built
on top of the library.

prompt_toolkit could be a replacement for readline, but it can be much more
than that.

WWW: https://github.com/jonathanslenders/python-prompt-toolkit
devel/py-jedi
2014-09-30 19:08:43
Jedi is an autocompletion tool for Python that can be used in IDEs/editors.
Jedi works. Jedi is fast. It understands all of the basic Python syntax
elements including many builtin functions.

Additionaly, Jedi suports two different goto functions and has support for
renaming as well as Pydoc support and some other IDE features.

WWW: https://github.com/davidhalter/jedi
2014-09-30 18:34:58
security/libbeid: Add <stdlib.h> header for malloc

The existing patch removed "<malloc.h>" but didn't provide "<stdlib.h>".
Adjust to compound patch to fix that oversight.

FWIW, the extra work to partially fix a patch is one reason I don't like
one-patch-many-files. It's not the only reason.
2014-09-30 18:32:21
- Use CONFLICTS_INSTALL instead of CONFLICTS
- Reformat pkg-descr
- Remove Author line
- Take maintainership
2014-09-30 18:32:16
- Update to 2.142720
- Cleanup PLIST

Changes: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Net-CLI-Interact/Changes
2014-09-30 17:54:13
net/bmon: Unbreak on DF (Not all BSDs have "BSD" in their name)
2014-09-30 17:39:25
Unbreak math/parmetis everywhere except FreeBSD 8

There were two issues with the previous commit.
- LDFLAGS wsa missing -L argument for libc++
- The libc++.so file is not actually a library, it's a linker script.
Specifying libc++.so in LIB_DEPENDS causes the port to fail when
it tries to install libc++ twice since it fails to recognize
libc++.so as a library.

This doesn't fix FreeBSD breakage because it seems that it's missing
the C99 math function symbols.
2014-09-30 17:08:23
Update from 1.7.5 to 1.7.6.

<ChangeLog>

*) Change: the deprecated "limit_zone" directive is not supported
anymore.

*) Feature: the "limit_conn_zone" and "limit_req_zone" directives now
can be used with combinations of multiple variables.

*) Bugfix: request body might be transmitted incorrectly when retrying a
FastCGI request to the next upstream server.

*) Bugfix: in logging to syslog.

</ChangeLog>