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Commits on Oct 4, 2012
Commits on Oct 3, 2012
  1. Update for python25 removal.

    wiz authored
  2. Bump all packages that use perl, or depend on a p5-* package, or

    wiz authored
    are called p5-*.
    
    I hope that's all of them.
Commits on Oct 2, 2012
  1. Mass recursive bump after the dependence fix of the "cairo" package

    tron authored
    requested by Thomas Klausner.
  2. Update misc/py-anita to 1.29. Changes from 1.27:

    gson authored
    The "xl" Xen interface can now be selected with "--vmm xl".
    
    Increase the default memory size for amd64 to 128M.
    
    Improve progress messages when creating the disk image.
    
    When execing /bin/sh, wait for its prompt before sending
    it a command.
Commits on Oct 1, 2012
  1. Update to 3.6.1

    ryoon authored
    * Remove obsolete deoendency to binpatch
    
    Changelog:
    * Many bugfixes
  2. Add comment to patch.

    wiz authored
  3. Update to 0.99.2

    ryoon authored
    * By default, use Qt4 instead of gtk2, gtk2 support is broken in this version
    
    Changelog:
    ===== 0.99.2 (September 7, 2012) =====
    
    * Has been added "My Books" (purchased books) section for LitRes catalog
    * Hebrew localization (by David Kachan)
    * Updated Finnish localization (by Marko Vertainen)
    
    ===== 0.99.1 (July 26, 2012) =====
    
    * Fixed bug with freezing at start
    * List of network libraries is updated now from fbreader.org
    * Fixed working with secured connections (now authentification and books buying on LitRes.ru catalog works)
    * Image support for Ms-Word doc format
    
    ===== 0.99.0 (July 5, 2012) =====
    
    * Esperanto interface localization has been added (by Katarína Nosková)
    * Hyphenation patterns for Polish (by Tomasz Długosz)
    * Polish interface localization (by Tomasz Długosz)
    * Speed of library scanning has been increased
    * Plugin for reading MsWord (*.doc) books
    * Fixed zip reading for several ePub books (e.g. for “�ie Zeit”�ePubs)
    * Support for book series in ePubs with point format (e.g. "2.5") has been added
    * Fixed image support in RTF books
    * Encoding & language recognizing has been improved
    * As from version 0.99.0 FBReader for Linux supports qt4 interface only
    
    ===== 0.14.20100422 (April 22, 2010) =====
    
    * Chinese text drawing optimization (thanks to You Sheng (SmartDevices) for
      idea)
    * Mobipocket image processing has been fixed
    * Standard file open dialog is now used instead of the old specially written
      for FBReader
    * CSS processing for multi-xhtml epubs has been fixed (in 0.12.* the CSS
      loaded for the first xhtml was also applied for all other xhtmls)
    * Chinese encodings detection has been improved
    * Language/encoding detection for small files has been improved
    * A problem with TOC in newest O'Reilly ePubs has been fixed
    * A detection of book format by mime-type (not by file extension) has been
      partially implemented (in Gtk+ version only)
    * Polish interface localization has been added (by Rafał Bakuła)
    
    ===== 0.12.10 (April 1, 2010) =====
    
    * Processing of external hyperlinks in epubs has been fixed
    
    ===== 0.12.9 (March 25, 2010) =====
    
    * Processing of epub local hyperlinks of form "../dir/file.html" has been
      fixed
    * Code is now compilable with gcc 4.4.* (missing include directives have been
      added)
    
    ===== 0.12.8 (March 22, 2010) =====
    
    * Smashwords library support has been improved: purchase links have been added
    * LitRes library support has been updated: since this version FBReader uses an
      OPDS proxy located at http://data.fbreader.org/ for most operations with the
      LitRes catalog
    * Processing of the xhtml hyperlinks in html encoded form (like
      '/files/This%20is%20a%20link') has been fixed
    * A seg.fault during scanning several archives has been fixed
    * Lithuanian localization has been updated
    * Vietnamese language/encoding detection patterns have been added
    * Parsing of decimal point in CSS files has been fixed (it doesn't depend on
    the current locale now)
    
    ===== 0.12.7 (March 5, 2010) =====
    
    * Vietnamese localization has been added
    * LitRes catalog browsing broken in 0.12.6 has been fixed
    
    ===== 0.12.6 (March 3, 2010) =====
    
    * A processing of ePub files with incorrect CRC/entry size information
      has been fixed. Such files are available e.g. from the FictionWise site.
Commits on Sep 30, 2012
  1. Update to 0.37; closes PR 46078.

    dholland authored
    Now depends on perl.
    
    0.37  Commands that emit "status lines" using backspaces and carriage
          returns could confuse rlwrap
    
          rlwrap uses C strings internally, and thus cannot cope with
          command output that contains zero bytes (padding). It used to
          replace these with spaces, now the zero bytes are removed.
    
          if the RLWRAP_HOME is set, but $RLWRAP_HOME doesn't exist, rlwrap
          will create it
    
          typo: SIGERR instead of SIG_ERR in signals.c
    
    0.36  Entering a line from vi command mode would echo the input twice
    
          Output from very busy commands would not always be printed on time
    
          When rlwrap kills itself after a command crash it will not dump
          core, in order to avoid clobbering command's much more interesting
          core dump.
    
          Premature filter death is now reported properly (it used to only
          say: "EOF reading from filter" or "Broken pipe writing to filter")
    
    0.35  config.{guess,sub} have been updated to version 2009-12-13
    
          Corrected array bounds error in my_putstr("") (which could make
          rlwrap write an extra newline when exiting, but might even crash
          on some systems)
    
          Many small improvements and fixes for multi-line input:
    
            Multi-line inputs are now written to the inferior command one
            line at a time, so that command's response (e.g. a continuation
            prompt) can be interleaved with the echo'ed (multi-line) input.
    
            Calling an external editor will no longer obliterate the prompt,
            and line/column positions are now correct.
    
            After a multi-line edit in vi-mode, the cursor will no longer
            end up one line too high.
    
          CTRL-D on an empty line was handed directly to command, but also
          (erroneously) put in readline's input buffer
    
          Many small fixes and improvements in signal handling:
    
             SIGSEGV, and other "error" signals like SIGFPE, are now unblocked
             all of the time, so that rlwrap can always clean up after a crash.
    
             Since version 0.25 rlrwap's transparency extends to signals: if
             the inferior command segfaults, rlwrap will kill itself with a
             SIGSEGV. In order to get the bug reports where they belong,
             rlwrap now reports explicitly that it has not crashed itself.
    
             rlwrap's call to sigaction forgot to set the signal mask (!)
    
             Continuing after CTRL-Z on QNX now wakes up command
    
          Added --one-shot (-o) and --only-cook (-O) options
    
          debug log is now in a format that works well with emacs' grep-mode
    
          rlwrap's bindable readline function names (like rlwrap-call-editor) are
          now in hyphen-style instead of underscore_style (use of the
          old_style_names will now be flagged as an error)
    
          Filters can now prevent a prompt from being cooked by "rejecting" it.
    
          Rlwrapfilter.pm would set $_ incorrectly in echo and output handlers.
    
          RlwrapFilter.pm manpage is now created by newer (and less buggy)
          version of pod2man
    
          Added EXAMPLES section and -t option to rlwrap manpage
    
    0.34  Binding wide (e.g. utf-8) chars in .inputrc now works
    
          prefix arguments are now correctly reset (M-5 a b now
          yields aaaaab instead of aaaaabbbbb)
    
    
    0.33  rlwrap incorrectly fed terminfo-style capnames ("dl1") instead of
          termcap codes ("dl") into tgetstr(). On newer Debian systems this
          exposed a bug where random garbage would be printed by rlwrap
    
          Hyphens in rlwrap manpage are now all properly escaped
    
          RlwrapFilter.pm now only re-sets $filter->cumulative_output when an
          INPUT message is received
    
    
    0.32  Major new feature: filtering. Filters sit between rlwrap and the
          wrapped command, re-writing command output, input, prompts,
          history, and completion word lists.
    
          System-wide filters live in DATADIR/rlwrap/filters (where DATADIR =
          /usr/local/share by default, installation-dependent) Because of this,
          completions now live in DATADIR/rlwrap/completions (until now:
          DATADIR/rlwrap)
    
          To make filter writing easy, a perl module RlwrapFilter.pm has
          been added. It doesn't become part of your perl installation, but lives
          in DATADIR/rlwrap/filters
    
          rlwrap didn't properly check errno after reading from inferior pty.
          This could lead to a spurious "read error on master pty"
    
          Instead of using crusty old signal(), signal handlers are now set
          by sigaction() without SA_RESTART (BSD semantics) Different
          syscall-restarting behaviour among systems caused hard-to-trace
          bugs
    
          Now copies inferior pty's c_oflags to stdout before
          output. (some editors like joe would mess up the screen)
    
          prompt handling logic has been streamlined. Coloured prompt handling is
          reliable now, even for long prompts.
    
          At program exit, rlwrap now outputs a newline only when the client
          didn't.
    
          Added -g, -I, -N, -S, -w and -z options
    
          Removed -F option (and added a filter to replace it)
    
          -p option now takes colour names (-pYellow)
    
          rlwrap (and readline) uses C strings internally, which could cause problems
          with commands that output '\0' bytes. In direct mode, such
          characters are left untouched, but in readline mode they are
          replaced by spaces.
    
          the tools directory has been updated, so that configure will
          feel at home even on newer systems
    
          tested on SunOS, AIX, FreeBSD, HP/UX, QNX (thanks to polarhome.com), as
          well as cygwin and linux
  2. Fix building with Clang

    adam authored
Commits on Sep 23, 2012
Commits on Sep 22, 2012
Commits on Sep 19, 2012
  1. Update to 0.8.69

    ryoon authored
    * Depend on qt4-qdbus
    * Fix build on NetBSD at least
    * Many improvements
    * Many bugfixes
    
    Changelog:
    In detail, see http://www.calibre-ebook.com/whats-new
    
    E-book viewer: Support the display of mathematics in e-books. Supports both embedded TeX and MathML [0.8.66]
    
    The calibre ebook viewer can now display embedded mathematics (symbols, equations, fractions, matrices, etc.) in EPUB and HTML ebooks. For details, see: http://manual.calibre-ebook.com/typesetting_math.html [External link]
    A new wireless device driver. This allows connecting wirelessly to a device running a 'smart' calibre client [0.8.65]
    
    The wireless connection functions just as if the device was plugged into the computer by USB cable. Currently, Android devices are supported. See https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.multipie.calibreandroid [External link]
    E-book viewer: Add a paged mode that splits up the text into pages, like in a paper book instead of presenting it as a single column. To activate click the button with the yellow scroll icon in the top right corner. [0.8.61]
    
    In paged mode, the ebook viewer no longer cuts off the last line of text at the bottom of the screen, and it respects CSS page-break directives. You can also set page margins and control the number of pages displayed on screen by clicking the Preferences button in the viewer and going to 'Text layout in paged mode'.
    When searching, allow use of un-accented characters to match accented characters in all fields and all languages (not just authors and English as before) [0.8.60]
    
    The rules for matching un-accented characters are done in a language dependent way. So if your calibre interface language is set to English, n will match both n and ��, but if it is set to Spanish, it will match only n, as in Spanish �� is a separate alphabet in Spanish. This makes searching a little slower, so if you have a very large library you can turn it off via Preferences->Searching.
    PDF Output: Full pagination support. No more cutoff bottom line. [0.8.57]
    
    Fixes a long standing bug in calibre's PDF Output that caused the bottom line of some pages to be partially cut off and prevented top and bottom margins from working.
    Make the new calibre style default on Windows and OS X. [0.8.56]
    
    This change gives a more 'modern' feel to the calibre user interface with focus highlighting, gradients, rounded corners, etc. In case you prefer the old look, you can restore under Preferences->Look & Feel->User interface style
    E-book viewer: The Table of contents panel now tracks the current position in the book. As you scroll through the book, the entry you are currently on is highlighted. [0.8.54]
    
    To see this feature in action, open the Table of Contents panel in the viewer by clicking the button with three blue lines on it. As you page through the book, the chapter you are reading currently is highlighted in the Table of Contents Panel. Obviously, this will only work if the book you are reading has a Table of Contents. You can also use the Ctrl+PgUp and Ctrl+PgDn keys to quickly skip between chapters.
Commits on Sep 16, 2012
  1. Make dependency to ruby-rack13 and strict range of package.

    taca authored
    Bump PKGREVISION.
  2. Remove support of ruby19 (Ruby 1.9.2).

    taca authored
  3. Update ruby-transaction-simple to 1.4.0.2.

    taca authored
    == 1.4.0.2 / 2012-06-20
    * Bookkeeping release that fixes install in scenarios where the RubyGem
      indicated it had a runtime dependency on hoe. Thanks to Michael Grosser
      (https://github.com/grosser) for the inspiration.
    * Marked all files as UTF-8.
    
    == 1.4.0.1 / 2007-10-01
    * Fixed a simple bug with the #transaction method handling.
  4. Update ruby-sprockets to 2.4.5.

    taca authored
    **2.4.5** (July 10, 2012)
    
    * Tweaked some logger levels
  5. Update ruby-launchy to 2.1.2.

    taca authored
    = Launchy Changlog
    == Version 2.1.2 - 2012-08-06
    
    * Fix where HostOS would fail to convert to string on JRuby in 1.9
      mode (copiousfreetime/launchy#45)
  6. Update ruby-configuration to 1.3.2.

    taca authored
    Changes are unavailable.
  7. Update ruby-bundler to 1.2.0.

    taca authored
    ## 1.2.0 (Aug 30, 2012)
    
    Bugfixes:
    
      - raise original error message from LoadError's
    
    Documentation:
    
      - `platform` man pages
    
    ## 1.2.0.rc.2 (Aug 8, 2012)
    
    Bugfixes:
    
      - `clean` doesn't remove gems that are included in the lockfile
    
    ## 1.2.0.rc (Jul 17, 2012)
    
    Features:
    
      - `check` now has a `--dry-run` option (@svenfuchs, #1811)
      - loosen ruby directive for engines
      - prune git/path directories inside vendor/cache (@josevalim, #1988)
      - update vendored thor to 0.15.2 (@sferik)
      - add .txt to LICENSE (@postmodern, #2001)
      - add `config disable_local_branch_check` (@josevalim, #1985)
      - fall back on the full index when experiencing syck errors (#1419)
      - handle syntax errors in Ruby gemspecs (#1974)
    
    Bugfixes:
    
      - fix `pack`/`cache` with `--all` (@josevalim, #1989)
      - don't display warning message when `cache_all` is set
      - check for `nil` PATH (#2006)
      - Always try to keep original GEM_PATH (@drogus, #1920)
    
    ## 1.2.0.pre.1 (May 27, 2012)
    
    Features:
    
      - Git gems import submodules of submodules recursively (@nwwatson, #1935)
    
    Bugfixes:
    
      - Exit from `check` with a non-zero status when frozen with no lock
      - Use `latest_release` in Capistrano and Vlad integration (#1264)
      - Work around a Ruby 1.9.3p194 bug in Psych when config files are empty
    
    Documentation:
    
      - Add instructions for local git repos to the `config` manpage
      - Update the `Gemfile` manpage to include ruby versions (@stevenh512)
      - When OpenSSL is missing, provide instructions for fixing (#1776 etc.)
      - Unknown exceptions now link to ISSUES for help instead of a new ticket
      - Correct inline help for `clean --force` (@dougbarth, #1911)
    
    ## 1.2.0.pre (May 4, 2012)
    
    Features:
    
      - bundle package now accepts --all to package git and path dependencies
      - bundle config now accepts --local, --global and --delete options
      - It is possible to override a git repository via configuration.
        For instance, if you have a git dependency on rack, you can force
        it to use a local repo with `bundle config local.rack ~/path/to/rack`
      - Cache gemspec loads for performance (@dekellum, #1635)
      - add --full-index flag to `bundle update` (@fluxx, #1829)
      - add --quiet flag to `bundle update` (@nashby, #1654)
      - Add Bundler::GemHelper.gemspec (@knu, #1637)
      - Graceful handling of Gemfile syntax errors (@koraktor, #1661)
      - `bundle platform` command
      - add ruby to DSL, to specify version of ruby
      - error out if the ruby version doesn't match
    
    Performance:
    
      - bundle exec shouldn't run Bundler.setup just setting the right rubyopts options is enough (@spastorino, #1598)
    
    Bugfixes:
    
      - Avoid passing RUBYOPT changes in with_clean_env block (@eric1234, #1604)
      - Use the same ruby to run subprocesses as is running rake (@brixen)
    
    Documentation:
    
      - Add :github documentation in DSL (@zofrex, #1848, #1851, #1852)
      - Add docs for the --no-cache option (@fluxx, #1796)
      - Add basic documentation for bin_path and bundle_path (@radar)
      - Add documentation for the run method in Bundler::Installer
    
    ## 1.1.5 (Jul 17, 2012)
    
    Features:
    
      - Special case `ruby` directive from 1.2.0, so you can install Gemfiles that use it
  8. Update ruby-ansi to 1.4.3.

    taca authored
    == 1.4.3 | 2012-06-26
    
    This release bring two small changes. The first improves support
    for Windows by only rescuing LoadError when 'win32console' fails
    to load. The second improves the heuritstics used for determining
    the current terminal screen width.
    
    Changes:
    
    * Only rescue LoadError on windows require. (#9) [bug]
    * Improvements for getting proper screen width.
Commits on Sep 15, 2012
  1. recursive bump from libffi shlib major bump

    obache authored
    (additionaly, reset PKGREVISION of qt4-* sub packages from base qt4 update)
  2. Move the NetBSD-specific part of screen's pty.c to the right place.

    apb authored
    This commit changes patch-aa so that the patched version
    of pty.c contains:
    
        ... other OS-specific code
        ... NetBSD-specific openpty() code (from patch-aa)
        ... generic openpty() code
        ... last resort code
    
    instead of the previous:
    
        ... other OS-specific code
        ... generic openpty() code
        ... NetBSD-specific openpty() code (from patch-aa)
        ... last resort code
    
    History behind this problem:
    
    The NetBSD-specific openpty() code was added in revision 1.1
    of misc/screen/patches/patch-aa.  (See PR pkg/16901.)  At that
    time, pkgsrc used screen-3.9.11, and the upstream version of
    screen did not use openpty() at all.  The patch added an "#if
    defined(__NetBSD__)" block as the last OS-specific section in
    pty.c, which then had:
    
        ... other OS-specific code
        ... NetBSD-specific openpty() code (from patch-aa)
        ... last resort code
    
    In screen-3.9.15, upstream added code in pty.c to use openpty().
    This was imported to pkgsrc on 2003-03-15.  At that time, pkgsrc's
    patch-aa accidentally inserted the NetBSD-specific code below
    instead of above the new code, so the patched version of pty.c
    had:
    
        ... other OS-specific code
        ... generic openpty() code         (from upstream)
        ... NetBSD-specific openpty() code (from patch-aa)
        ... last resort code
    
    The above is obviously wrong because the generic openpty() code
    would be used instead of the NetBSD-specific code, assuming
    HAVE_OPENPTY was defined by the configure script.
    
    This problem was reported in PR pkg/25317, but the patch in the PR
    was not understood so it was not applied.
    
    This commit changes patch-aa so that the patched version of pty.c
    contains:
    
        ... other OS-specific code
        ... NetBSD-specific openpty() code (from patch-aa)
        ... generic openpty() code         (from upstream)
        ... last resort code
    
    However, it still doesn't work on NetBSD with ptyfs mounted.
Commits on Sep 10, 2012
  1. revision bump for zyGrib-6.0.1

    plunky authored
  2. update to zyGrib-6.0.1, from the ChangeLog:

    plunky authored
    2012-08-26 : zyGrib Version 6.0.1
    
        Update czech translation (d#kuji Pavel Kalian).
        Diagrams SkewT-LogP more complete:
        - Adjustable size.
        - Visualization of the wind (barbs + arrows) at altitudes:
    	1000, 925, 850, 800, 700, 600, 500, 400, 300, 200, 100 hPa.
        - Choice of the base altitude for the calculation of the convection
    	levels (fixed levels or average lower layers).
        - Bug fixed for the calculation of equilibrium level when the
    	pseudo-adiabatic saturated crosses several times the temperature curve.
        - The calculation of thermodynamic indices is not forgotten ...
    	but it will come later ...
        Bug fixed: POIs were sometimes misplaced when extracting images from animations.
Commits on Sep 7, 2012
  1. Revbump after updating graphics/cairo

    adam authored
Commits on Sep 3, 2012
  1. Changing all PERL5_MODULE_TYPE from Module::Install to M::I::Bundled,

    sno authored
    Module::Install is for Authors only.
    
    Bumping revision
Commits on Sep 2, 2012
  1. Update to 0.29. Notable changes:

    shattered authored
    - now honours proxies
    - netbsd, debian and ubuntu now report sizes
    - netbsd now reports dates
    - added new Slackware module to replace the previous one which queried a
      now-defunct (third party) web interface
Commits on Aug 29, 2012
  1. misc/stellarium: buildlink3 += gettext-lib

    marino authored
    Stellarium requires libintl.h which must have been previously provided
    by the dependencies that were removed.
  2. Recursive bump from boost-libs update.

    obache authored
Commits on Aug 27, 2012
  1. -remove unneeded dependencies and cmake args

    drochner authored
    -bl3 libiconv to deal with the libc-vs-libiconv problem
    -add desktop files
  2. Changes 0.11.4:

    adam authored
    Bug fix release with new features.
    
    Added:
    - New plugin: Exoplanets
    - New plugin: Observability analysis
    - Get geometric altitude and azimuth for script engine (LP: 1010617)
    - Sky image loading with altitude/azimuth coordinates (LP: 1023548)
    - New hotkey for star name labels (LP: 1032989)
    - Option to activate/deactivate the Nebula Background Images button via GUI (LP: 925247)
    - Return to user set location and landscape (LP: 981507)
    - Display degrees and minutes for FOV of CCD (LP: 998761)
    - Adding all possible satellites (LP: 1006495)
    - Building a Windows x64 packages (LP: 1003041, 1027607)
    - Apply atmosphere effect only on bodies with atmosphere (LP: 971875)
    
    Fixed:
    - Various Stellarium freezes and crashed (LP: 1005155, 1030913, 940638, 992267, 1033380, 951967, 1040054)
    - Various plugins issues (LP: 751381, 892027, 1006134, 1040066, 1040085)
    - Various issues for nebulae (LP: 1026021, 744517)
    - Add/subtract one sidereal year jumps wrong amount (LP: 1006208)
    - Various small issues, typos and mistakes (LP: 1022506, 1032469, 1019247, 985204)
    - Various issues in Scripting Engine (LP: 1023934, 1017148, 1017154, 730180)
    
    Changed:
    - New tab in the configuration window to control the selected object information.
    - Improvement Night Vision mode
    - Extend list of default scripts
  3. Make this build with tcl85.

    dholland authored
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