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Last Build Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2009 20:34:46 -0000


FreeBSD Port Tools 0.99 released

Wed, 09 Sep 2009 20:34:46 -0000

The project is still alive - a new version has been released after several years of inactivity. It has a version number of 0.99 to commemorate a special date of 09-09-09.

This release integrates all patches for porttools from the Ports Tree:

- bugfix: Fix commandline arguments handling for some cases when two or more
flags are used - e.g. `port submit -m update -d .orig` (PR: ports/100771,
thanks HASHI Hiroaki and Dmitry Marakasov)
- optimization: add -R flag to cvs(1) invocation in port diff - this would
allow working against a local read-only repository and improve performance
(PR: ports/116248, thanks Xin LI)
- update copyright notices

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.77 released

Sat, 06 May 2006 11:38:23 -0000

This release fixes a stupid bug in port create that was introduced by a last-minute change in the previous version. Thanks Radim Kolar for reporting this.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.76 released

Tue, 02 May 2006 14:27:32 -0000

This release bring several bugfixes from the FreeBSD GNATS database. Some of them have been committed to the Ports tree previously, while other were not. All this patches are now integrated into the release.

Please see NEWS for details on the changes.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.75

Sun, 30 Apr 2006 22:58:34 -0000

This project is not dead (yet) - development continues. I am releasing some changes that accumulated in my local tree over the last 1.5 years (yeah, it has been awhile since the last 0.63 release). Thus the strange version numbering bump.

This version includes 4 new commands - commit, getpr, install and upgrade.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.63 released!

Fri, 06 Aug 2004 22:18:04 -0000

This release contains several improvements to the "port test" command, as well as few minor cosmetique fixes.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.62 Released

Thu, 29 Jul 2004 17:49:00 -0000

This release attempts to break the world's record
of the number of releases in one day -
this is a third release today!
If fixes a couple of stupid bugs introduced in 0.60.

Please see NEWS for a list of changes.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.60 Released

Wed, 28 Jul 2004 23:01:36 -0000

FreeBSD Port Tools development resumes after a long period of
inactivity (due to my day-time work load and family matters).

This is mostly bugfix release, but it also incorporate several
improvements developed by Sergey Matveychuk.
Sergey has recently joined the FreeBSD Port Tools project team.
He is a FreeBSD committer, too. Congratulations, Sergey!

See NEWS for a list of changes in this release.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.50 released

Tue, 21 Oct 2003 05:48:19 -0000

The FreeBSD Port Tools interface has been streamlined
in this release by introducing unified port(1) interface.
Several new commands (create, diff, fetch) has been added.
Submit command (previously pr-new, pr-change and pr-update scripts)
has been improved by adding auto-detection of operation mode,
maintainership requests, added/removed files.
testport has been renamed to test command in port(1).

Please see README and NEWS files for more information.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.26 release

Mon, 25 Aug 2003 19:23:44 -0000

This release fixes several minor bugs reported by the users.
See NEWS file for details.

FreeBSD Port Tools 0.25 released

Thu, 31 Jul 2003 21:27:52 -0000

This releases adds new -d option, allowing to generate patches not only against CVS, but also against local directory with original port version (see man pages for details).