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Commits on Aug 27, 2012
  1. Explicitly pass location of; otherwise it uses /usr/pkg and

    dholland authored
    bypasses buildlinking.
Commits on Aug 21, 2012
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Convert @exec/@unexec to @pkgdir or drop it.

    joerg authored
  2. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on Jun 20, 2008
  1. Add DESTDIR support.

    joerg authored
Commits on Feb 5, 2006
Commits on May 23, 2005
  1. Removed trailing white-space.

    rillig authored
Commits on Apr 11, 2005
Commits on Feb 23, 2005
Commits on Feb 20, 2005
  1. Update to gnetman-20050211. Old distfile has vanished.

    dmcmahill authored
    No changelog, but looking at the source code it seems that
    a new tcl command for dealing with diodes has been added and
    code to convert spice netnames to uppercase with checks for
    name collisions has been added.
Commits on Feb 12, 2005
  1. update to gnetman-20041222

    dmcmahill authored
    The release incorporates many of the pkgsrc patches needed for the
    previous release.  Other bug fixes, but no release notes.
Commits on Oct 3, 2004
  1. Libtool fix for PR pkg/26633, and other issues. Update libtool to 1.5.10

    tv authored
    in the process.  (More information on tech-pkg.)
    Bump PKGREVISION and BUILDLINK_DEPENDS of all packages using libtool and
    installing .la files.
    Bump PKGREVISION (only) of all packages depending directly on the above
    via a buildlink3 include.
Commits on Jul 18, 2004
  1. make sure we pick up our tcl headers and not the one shipped with

    dmcmahill authored
    the tarball since we're linking to our tcl library and not the
    linux-i386 library shipped with the tarball.
Commits on Jul 17, 2004
  1. import gnetman-20040507

    dmcmahill authored
    gnetman is a program which currently supports advanced SPICE
    netlisting from gschem (part of the gEDA tool suite). The
    primary use so far has been for complex IC design.  Supported
    features include multi-level hierarchy, instance arrays, and
    buses. If you're just doing flat designs for PC boards or
    smaller SPICE simulations, the usual path is to use the spice-sdb
    netlister for gnetlist instead.
    The long term goal of gnetman is far greater. Two projects under
    consideration include a schematic generator, and a technology
    mapping back-end for Icarus Verilog. Basically, gnetman is a
    netlist manipulation database well suited for low-level
    manipulation of netlists.
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