ports/158372: commit references a PR

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The following reply was made to PR ports/158372; it has been noted by GNATS.

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Subject: Re: ports/158372: commit references a PR
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 01:28:01 +0000 (UTC)

 miwi        2011-06-29 01:27:53 UTC
 
   FreeBSD ports repository
 
   Modified files:
     audio                Makefile 
   Added files:
     audio/wildmidi       Makefile distinfo pkg-descr 
     audio/wildmidi/files patch-wildmidi.c--typecasting 
   Log:
   WildMIDI is a simple software midi player which has a core softsynth library
   that can be used with other applications.
   
   The WildMIDI library uses Gravis Ultrasound patch files to convert MIDI files
   into audio which is them passed back to the calling application for further
   processing or output. The API of the library is designed so that it is easy to
   include WildMIDI into applications that wish to include MIDI file playback.
   With multiple MIDI file support you can develop applications to mix several
   midi files together at the same time and with the next release you will be
   able to use a different patch set for each MIDI file.
   
   The wildmidi player is a demonstration program to show the capabilities of
   libWildMidi.
   
   WWW: http://wildmidi.sourceforge.net/
   
   PR:             ports/158372
   Submitted by:   SimaMoto,RyoTa <liangtai.s4 at gmail.com>
   
   Revision  Changes    Path
   1.1173    +1 -0      ports/audio/Makefile
   1.1       +42 -0     ports/audio/wildmidi/Makefile (new)
   1.1       +2 -0      ports/audio/wildmidi/distinfo (new)
   1.1       +27 -0     ports/audio/wildmidi/files/patch-wildmidi.c--typecasting (new)
   1.1       +15 -0     ports/audio/wildmidi/pkg-descr (new)
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