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Changes to the NetBSD Packages Collection in February 2003

By Alistair Crooks

By my calculations, at the end of February 2003, there were 3525 packages in the NetBSD Packages Collection, up from 3461 the previous month, a rise of 64.

On February 13th, the pkgsrc tree was branched with the "netbsd-1-6-1" tag, and there have already been a number of pullups to the branch, which is being managed by the NetBSD release engineering team (thanks, guys).

Notable additions include: ap-access-referer, ap-auth-script, ap-bandwidth, ap-throttle, autogen, distcc, dvdbackup, dvipdfmx, fbdesk, freeciv-sounds, fvwm2-themes, GConf2-ui, gnome-common, gpc, gqview-devel, kochi-cidfonts, kssh, larswm, libgcrypt, libsieve, matlab-mode, mergeant, mini_sendmail, newfile, oroborus, p5-Device-Gsm, p5-Device-Modem, p5-Log-Agent, pciutils, php4-iconv, proxycheck, pxtools, roundup, ruby-rdoc, scrot, spamprobe, spread, streamtuner, streamtuner-live365, streamtuner-local, teTeX2, teTeX2-bin, teTeX2-share, teTeX2-sharesrc, tileworld, tnftpd, udptunnel, vim-motif, vmware, vmware-module, wap-utils, wtail, xchat2, xmill, xmms-bezier, xmms-bump-scope, xmms-funtimedancer, xmms-infinity, xmms-iris, xmms-jakdaw, xmms-jess, xmms-madspin, xmms-nebulus, xmms-paranormal, xmms-synaesthesia, xmms-tv-scope, and xvier.

Notable updates include: adobe-cmaps, aim, anjuta, ap-auth-cookie, ap2-perl, apla, atk, atlc, autogen, automake, avifile-devel, blackbox, blackdown-jdk13, bluefish, bochs, boehm-gc, boehm-gc, bsetroot, bug-buddy, buildtool, cadaver, capc-calc, cdpack, cdrecord, centericq, controlcenter, covered-current, crimson, curl, cyrus-imapd, cyrus-sasl, doc2html, dvdbackup, easytag, eb, eel2, eog2, eog2, etcupdate, evolution, expat, feh, fetchmail, file-roller, file-roller, flac, flac-xmms, flow-tools, fluxbox, freeciv-client, freeciv-client-gtk, freeciv-server, freeciv-share, fvwm2, g-wrap, gabber, gail, galeon, galeon, galway, gcombust, GConf2, GConf2-ui, gedit, gedit, ggv, ggv2, ggv2, giram, gkrellm, glade, glade, glade2, glib2, gmp, gmplayer, gmplayer, gnome-applets, gnome-chess, gnome-core, gnome-desktop, gnome-dirs, gnome-games, gnome-media, gnome-panel, gnome-panel, gnome-panel, gnome-python, gnome-session, gnome-session, gnome-utils, gnome-vfs2, gnome-vfs2, gnome1-dirs, gnome2-control-center, gnome2-dirs, gnome2-pixmaps, gnome2-terminal, gnome2-terminal, gnuboy, gnuboy, gnucash, gnumeric, gqmpeg, grep, groff, gsl, gtexinfo, gtk2, gturing, guile, htmllint, ifile, imapfilter, imlib2, intltool, intltool, ipv6calc, ircII, jdk, jdk, jwhois, kaffe, latex-mk, leafnode, less, lftp, libast, libbonoboui, libdvdcss, libdvdread, libgda, libgda, libgnome, libgnome, libgnomecanvas, libgnomecanvas, libgnomedb, libgnomedb, libgnomeprint, libgnomeprintui, libgnomeui, libiconv, librep, libwnck, libxml2, libxslt, links, links-gui, links-gui, lsof, lua, mencoder, metacity, mgetty, mgetty, micq, mozilla, mozilla, mp3check, mplayer, ms-ttf, multi-gnome-terminal, musicbrainz, netatalk, netatalk, nullmailer, ogle, ogle_gui, opencm, openmotif, openoffice-linux, openoffice-linux, opensp, openssl, p0f, p5-CGI, p5-Device-SerialPort, p5-SSLeay, p5-Time-HiRes, p5-TimeDate, pango, php4, php4, popa3d, postfix, postfix, postgresql, postgresql-client, postgresql-docs, postgresql-lib, postgresql-plperl, postgresql-pltcl, postgresql-server, prboom, pysol, qt3, qt3-docs, qt3-libs, qt3-mysql, qt3-psql, qt3-tools, rdesktop, rdesktop, rid, rrdtool, scilab, scrollkeeper, seahorse, seahorse, sh-utils, source-highlight, spamassassin, spamassassin, spim, sqlite, squid, squirrelmail, star, suck, sun-jdk13, sun-jdk14, sun-jre13, swi-prolog, sylpheed, sylpheed, tcpreplay, tightvncviewer, timidity, tspc, unproven-pthreads, verilog-current, vice, ViPEC, vm, vmware-module, vmware-module, w3m, w3m-img, wdm, wmbiff, xchat2, xemacs, xemacs, xemacs, xemacs-packages, xfstt, Xft2, xhippo, xjdic, xmame, xmess, xml-i18n-tools, xmms-madspin, xscreensaver, xscreensaver, xscreensaver, xscreensaver-gnome, xscreensaver-gnome, xscreensaver-gnome, xv, and yudit.

The Package of the Month award goes to pkgdepgraph (yet again), nominated by Andrew Brown (yet again). To quote Andrew:

"i'd like to nominate pkgdepgraph for potm again. i think it's gotten a whole lot more exciting of late."
An interesting definition of the word "exciting".

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