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bin MFC r230998,r233792: sh: Use vfork in a few common cases.
cddl MFC r240870 (pjd):
contrib MFH (r247810): correctly parse mixed quoted / unquoted text.
crypto Remove (harmless) duplicate entry for VersionAddendum.
etc Cleanup rc.conf.pcbsd a bit, so we don't load any defaults if none ar…
games MFH r246362: remove political propaganda
gnu MFC r245882,245898
include MFC r245886,245911
kerberos5 Revert changes that ocassionally got into r241192.
lib Fix my last commit. Only call strunvis after properly checking the ar…
libexec MFC r247396:
release MFC r248857:
rescue Add extra tools to the rescue image
sbin MFC r246922 (pjd):
secure Merge OpenSSL 0.9.8y. This is a direct commit to stable/9 as HEAD is …
share Decode the first two fstab fields with strunvis(3). This allows havin…
sys Apply security advisory SA-13:05
tools MFC r245751,245893:
usr.bin MFC r248446: find: Include nanoseconds when comparing timestamps of f…
usr.sbin Patch pw(1) so it won't insist on creating /home when -d is specified.
LOCKS Update LOCKS syntax.
MAINTAINERS MFC r241828,r241891:
Makefile MFC r231821:
Makefile.inc1 MFH (r247285): always bootstrap liby along with yacc.
Makefile.mips Retire TARGET_ABI. MFC r245513,245514,245515:
README Sync: merge r215273 through r215318 from ^/head.
UPDATING MFC all changes to install(1) through r246784. Notable functional


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