SF redirects to https: I don't know why they dropped it. False positives on spelling.
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Every other package, I've seen so far, also has it. I'll change the desktop file.
Comment 15 Fedora Update System Follow ,browse Blog Twitter Status page. Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. I'll have to look over it, if it is still up to date.
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Commit History - may be incomplete: Optional dependencies are not covered. Privacy Forums Blog Contact. I went through the manpage mbrosse corrected some small things.
mbrowse package in Debian
Comment 11 Gwyn Ciesla OK - latest stable version OK - SourceURL valid It would be nice if there were a desktop icon, but upstream doesn't ship one, so we don't have anything to go on. FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies.
These broken ports are scheduled for deletion on June 18 if they are still broken at that time and no PRs have been submitted containing a fix. Comment 14 Fedora Update System Comment 18 Fedora Update System Usually, subpackages other than devel should require the base package using a fully versioned dependency. Reset markp due to lack of response to email and maintainer-timeouts.
Say hello to the new "net-mgmt" category. Comment 1 Nathan Owe A few Makefiles where not included as they contain Latin-1 characters that break the Phabricator workflow. Even the icon elements in the GUI are hardcoded in C ugh: Comment 13 Fedora Update System Comment 17 Fedora Update System Maybe the Debian folks never got it upstreamed in the first place?
# - Manpage for mbrowse - Debian Bug report logs
My opinion on the man page: Comment 7 Kevin Kofler Does not compile Approved by: I don't know why they dropped it.
Unbreak after recent net-snmp update.
Since it is a graphical application, I don't regard it as terribly useful.