./meta-pkgs/suse121, SUSE-based Linux binary emulation environment

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 12.1nb2, Package name: suse-12.1nb2, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The openSUSE 12.1 meta-package provides a number of components for a
openSUSE-based Linux binary emulation environment.

This package does not contain anything by itself -- it is a "meta-package"
that depends on other packages. Its sole purpose is to require
dependencies so users can install this package only and have all the
other packages pulled in automatically by the pkgsrc dependency
mechanism.


Required to run:
[emulators/suse121_fontconfig] [emulators/suse121_freetype2] [emulators/suse121_aspell] [emulators/suse121_locale] [emulators/suse121_libsigc++2] [emulators/suse121_krb5] [emulators/suse121_compat] [emulators/suse121_glx] [emulators/suse121_alsa] [emulators/suse121_expat] [emulators/suse121_libjpeg] [emulators/suse121_libpng] [emulators/suse121_openssl] [emulators/suse121_base] [emulators/suse121_qt4] [emulators/suse121_x11] [emulators/suse121_libtiff] [emulators/suse121_slang] [emulators/suse121_libxml2] [emulators/suse121_gtk2] [emulators/suse121_libcups] [emulators/suse121_openmotif] [emulators/suse121_gstreamer] [emulators/suse121_sqlite3] [emulators/suse121_libgc]

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   2015-09-26 03:14:21 by Kamil Rytarowski | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
Add gc and bump PKGREVISION
   2014-12-07 20:42:45 by Blue Rats | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
Add gstreamer and sqlite3 modules. Change EMUL_MODULES.linux to an
appended list, instead of multi-line list. Bump PKGREVISION.
   2012-03-21 14:44:08 by OBATA Akio | Files touched by this commit (2) | Imported package
Log message:
Import suse-12.1 as meta-pkgs/suse121.

The openSUSE 12.1 meta-package provides a number of components for a
openSUSE-based Linux binary emulation environment.

This package does not contain anything by itself -- it is a "meta-package"
that depends on other packages.  Its sole purpose is to require
dependencies so users can install this package only and have all the
other packages pulled in automatically by the pkgsrc dependency
mechanism.