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Upgrade to 7.2-STABLE

[by sven @ Tue May 12 15:40 CEST 2009]

Yesterday I did a make world to stay up to date with FreeBSD 7. I thought it was a nice idea to delete obsolete libraries with the 'make delete-old-libs' command but that did broke almost all the installed ports. I had to re-compile all these ports because they were compiled against the obsolete libraries :-(


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