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in response to a request in ports@ I've brought this port
to the latest version available upstream. Doing so, required
a great deal of source modification (it was a mess). As such,
I'll be maintaining this version locally. In any event, this
was built and tested on 11-CURRENT.
removed previous patch
added four new patches:
Please see svn(1) diff(1) attached, as well as QA session,
and the four patch files named above.
Thank you for all your time, and consideration.
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requisite QA session
Please note that this also modifies MAINTAINER,
as per discussion with the currently listed maintainer.
maintainer approved in
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Jan 15 08:53:07 UTC 2015
New revision: 377063
sysutils/bbcp: 20120520 -> 20150113
Other Changes: See section "New Features" and "Backward Compatibility" at
- The new -ptime option forces bbcp to preserve only source file's
access and modification time at the destination; leaving the group
and mode unchanged.
- The new -gross option forces bbcp to copy empty directory structures
in recursive mode.
- The new -mkdir option creates the destination directory for a
recursive copy should it not exist.
- The new -symlinks option specifies how symbolic links are to be
handled during a recursive copy.
- Dual stack IPv6 mode is fully functional and is the default mode
of operation. The new -ipv4 option forces bbcp to use the IPv4 TCP
- The new -license option prints the license under which bbcp is
- The new -version option displays bbcp's version number installed
on the current host.
- The BBCP_ALLOWPP environmental variable may be used to restrict
program pipes to a specified set of programs or disable the feature
- The new -Z option allows you to specify the port range to be used
for incoming connections on the command line instead of relying on
/etc/services to contain those values.
- Older version will fail if any of the new option: -ptime is specified.
- Older version will fail if any of the new options: -gross, --mkdir, or
--symlinks is specified.
- Older version will fail if the new -ipv4 option is specified.
Older versions always use the IPv4 TCP stack, making the option
- Older versions will fail if the new -Z option is specified.
Submitted by: Chris Hutchinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: John Hein <email@example.com> (maintainer)
Requested from: Freddie Cash <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(In reply to Kurt Jaeger from comment #11)
Thank you, Kurt! :)
*** Bug 192405 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***