|non port: print/acroread8/Makefile
Number of commits found: 24
Monday, 4 Aug 2014
Forbid installation of these discontinued products.
Since Adobe has issued multiple security advisories for newer versions of the
product, after support for the old version was discontinued, we must assume
that the old versions are also vulnerable. Hence forbid installation.
Sunday, 25 May 2014
- Remove GlobalPrefs/.config.
- Fix pkg-message.
Thursday, 8 May 2014
Monday, 5 May 2014
Convert all :U to :tu and :L to :tl
Since FreeBSD 8.4 and FreeBSD 9.1 make(1) do support :tu and :tl as a
replacement for :U and :L (which has been marked as deprecated)
bmake which is the default on FreeBSD 10+ only support by default
:tu/:tl a hack has been added at the time to support :U and :L to ease
migration. This hack is now not necessary anymore
Note that this makes the ports tree incompatible with make(1) from
FreeBSD 8.3 or earlier
With hat: portmgr
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Thursday, 13 Jun 2013
Fix package with bmake. The makefiles use :U and :L in .for loops.
Approved by: hrs (maintainer)
Monday, 23 Jan 2012
- Add LICENSE.
- Add CUPS support.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Update linux-f10-pango to 1.28.3 (+ bump portrevision of dependend ports).
This fixes a security warning from portaudit.
Thanks to: Luchesar V. ILIEV <firstname.lastname@example.org> (F10+rpmbuild info)
Sunday, 8 Aug 2010
Use libgtkembedmoz from www/linux-libgtkembedmoz instead of www/linux-nvu.
Remove the dependency on www/linux-nvu which has been deprecated for
over 1 month. Without this dependency the web page links from the Help
menu don't work, but everything else works fine.
Approved by: maintainer timeout
Sunday, 28 Mar 2010
- update to 1.4.1
Reviewed by: exp8 run on pointyhat
Supported by: miwi
Wednesday, 14 Oct 2009
Update to 8.1.7. Multiple vulnerabilities which could cause the
application to crash and could potentially allow an attacker to
take control of the affected system have been fixed.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2009
Update to 8.1.6 and 9.1.2.
Critical vulnerabilities have been identified in Adobe Reader
9.1.1 and Acrobat 9.1.1 and earlier versions. These
vulnerabilities would cause the application to crash and could
potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected
Wednesday, 13 May 2009
Update to 8.1.5. Two critical vulnerabilities have been fixed:
and Acrobat 9.1, 8.1.4, 7.1.1, and earlier allows remote
attackers to cause a denial of service (memory corruption) or
execute arbitrary code via a PDF file that contains an
that calls this method with crafted integer arguments.
Adobe Reader 8.1.4 and 9.1 on Linux allows remote attackers to
cause a denial of service (memory corruption) or execute
arbitrary code via a PDF file that triggers a call to this
method with a long string in the second argument.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2009
Fix packing list.
Spotted by: QAT
Saturday, 28 Mar 2009
Update to 8.1.4. This version includes serious security fixes.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2009
Welcome to the new linux ports infrastructure which allows using
both current (fc4) and future linux (f8) distributions at one
The patch contains full changes to ports/Mk files and all ports involved.
But only infrastructure is changed. The resulting packages are the same as
before. Hence no need to bump PORTREVISIONs.
The idea was taken from bsd.gnome.mk and others.
More than 130 ports are switched to follow a new linux infrastructure
introduced by changes to bsd.port.mk, bsd.linux-rpm.mk and a new
Thanks for all who was involved and helped me with this work.
And help from Alexander Leidinger was incredible.
Other changes are coming. Stay tuned!
Submitted by: bsam (me)
Exp-run by: portmgr (pav)
Friday, 21 Nov 2008
Update dependency due to addition of textproc/linux-scim-gtk.
Friday, 7 Nov 2008
Update to Adobe Reader 8.1.3.
Security vulnerabilities report:
Saturday, 6 Sep 2008
Remove ports of Adobe Reader 7 and the localized versions because of
security vulnerability. The print/acroreadwrapper new supports
Sunday, 20 Jul 2008
Update to 8.1.2 Security Update 1. Quoted from the advisory:
| A critical vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Reader and
| Acrobat 8.1.2. This vulnerability would cause the application to
| crash and could potentially allow an attacker to take control of
| the affected system.
Sunday, 13 Apr 2008
Update to 8.1.2. Bug fixes and enhancements can be found at
* Font caching Issues: Various font caching issues are fixed in Reader
8.1.2, including the issue of fonts that were configured using
fontconfig not being picked up by the Reader to render documents
(reported by Novell).
* Problem with Dual-screen setup (Xinerama mode).: Issue number 4
listed on the Known Issues page for Reader 8.1.1.
* Document ordering and fullscreen mode: Issue has been fixed in
* Font KozGoProVI-Medium.otf is missing in Japanese Reader: This issue
is fixed in Reader 8.1.2.
[Printing Related Issues]
* Incorrect orientation: Issues with printing PDF files containing
portrait and landscape pages have been fixed in Reader
8.1.2. Choosing "Auto Rotate and Center" will now print the pages in
their inherent orientation.
* Red wash on printing with HP CLJ 2605: A workaround for this has
been added in the preferences
"brokenCRDs". This value is set to "false" by default and can be
modified to "true" if one faces the red background issue.
* Scaling issues: Problems with -shrink/-expand options in the command
line (Issue #1 listed on the Known Issues page for Reader 8.1.1) as
well as with "Custom" printing in the dialog have been fixed in
* Reader does not remember last chosen printer across sessions: Last
chosen printer is now remembered between different sessions of the
Reader in 8.1.2 release.
* Cannot pipe PDF as input to acroread: PDF contents can be read from
stdin when using the -toPostScript option.
* Hardcoding of printer command: Earlier the printer command was
hardcoded in the reader binary. This has been fixed in Reader 8.1.2
to pick up the command from the PATH environment variable.
Monday, 7 Jan 2008
Remove icon files when deinstalling. Bump PORTREVISION.
Spotted by: pointyhat via erwin
Friday, 4 Jan 2008
Add Adobe Reader 8.1.1 and localized versions (total 15
languages). Changes from 7.x include:
* New improved UI with more real-estate in terms of page view
space. Only the most commonly used tools are present in the
toolbar by default (and the toolbar can be customized by the
user according to his/her own preference.)
* Sleek design and new stylish user interface
elements (including toolbars, navigation tabs, panes, etc.)
for a more rich user experience.
* Improved launch time and overall performance. Less waiting,
* Support for Single Document Interface (SDI) mode for improved
usability. Less cluttered, more intuitive.
* Always-available search toolbar (includes find and access to
* Support for playing Multimedia-enabled PDF documents for
supported media types (linux). Play Real media and more!
* Support for participating in Shared Reviews along with other
users of Adobe Reader 8.x on Unix, and Adobe Reader/Acrobat
8.x on Win/Mac. Collaborate right inside the Reader.
* Improvements in Commenting and Drawing Markup tools.
* New tools such as Loupe Tool, Pan and Zoom. Expand your
horizons, and control what you want to see.
* Support for dynamically rendered bar code generation in forms.
* Updated Review Tracker with inbuilt support for RSS feeds. Use
the Reader as your RSS feed reader!
* New 2D and 3D measuring tools for more accurate control of
* Printing: New support for Booklet Printing and Low Resolution
printing of secured documents.
* Significant performance improvement for certain types of forms
via direct rendering for Dynamic Forms.
* Support for documents created with Adobe Acrobat 3D including
navigation, cross-section and rendering.
* Accessibility: Support for Orca.
* Various new additions to the Manage Digital ID feature,
including support for Roaming Credentials, support for
Cryptographic Tokens and Smart Cards (PKCS#11 compliant).
* Support for adding a Digital Signature Field in documents
which have been "Reader Enabled" through Acrobat Professional
* Support for viewing PDF Packages - get an organized view of
your PDFs in a single well-defined interface.
* Support for the PRC format for 3D data.
* Beyond Reader: New help resources that contains up-to-date
information on Adobe products, Adobe Reader and how it can be
used with Adobe¡Çs other products.
* Adobe Help Viewer - a self-contained, one-stop shop for all
help related to the Reader
* Improved Search capabilities, including searching of
sub-documents in a PDF Package, improved searching of
Number of commits found: 24