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non port: net-im/jabberd/files/

Number of commits found: 4

Monday, 22 Oct 2018
23:47 mm search for other commits by this committer
- add OpenSSL 1.1 patches from upstream
- use autoreconf
- make portlint happier
Original commitRevision:482797 
Sunday, 28 Aug 2016
12:28 mm search for other commits by this committer
Update net-im/jabberd to 2.4.0
Add patch for crypt_r() conflict in 12-CURRENT
Original commitRevision:421020 
Saturday, 22 Nov 2014
11:40 mm search for other commits by this committer
Remove pkg-install and pkg-deinstall
Use .sample config files instead of .dist
Improve pkg-plist
Original commitRevision:373049 
Sunday, 15 Dec 2013
22:14 matthew search for other commits by this committer
Update to 2.3.1

   * Staging support
   * New style LIB_DEPENDS
   * Use OPTIONS helpers
   * OPTIONS_SINGLE to select between Cyrus SASL and gsasl
   * Two new options: EXPERIMENTAL and SUPERCEDED

The port requires OpenSSL >= 1.0.1, so set WANT_OPENSSL_PORTS=yes
everywhere except for on FreeBSD 10.x, where it's in the base system.

The MASTER_SITE a) redirects to a server in the Amazon
cloud and b) requires use of HTTPS.

(a) implies setting fetch(1) to follow redirects, which is usually
frowned upon.  However, this pattern is recommended in
for use with GitHub.

(b) is troublesome for FreeBSD 8.x, as fetch(1) hasn't grown HTTPS
support there yet.  Hence provide a copy of the distfile on as a 2nd MASTER_SITE

Approved by:	mm (maintainer)
Original commitRevision:336590 

Number of commits found: 4