[QAT] r336720: 4x leftovers

Ports-QAT qat at redports.org
Tue Dec 17 13:33:03 UTC 2013

Unlike your common unilateral falling block games, 'Double Cross' implements
a bidirectional paradigm expanding the genre in both dimension and difficulty.

Blocks fall from the top and fly in from the side settling in a joined
"play area". Deletions occur when rows of ten blocks are completed.
A horizontal row of 10 will cause the blocks to fall down, and a vertical row
of 10 will cause the blocks to "fall" to the right.
If a vertical row is completed during a vertical drop or a horizontal row is
completed during a horizontal drop the corresponding deletion will not occur
until the next turn. This can and will lead to non-intuitive results.
Focus on the vertical alone and you will die from horizontal negligence and
vice versa.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/double-cross/

PR:		ports/171603
Submitted by:	nemysis (self)
Approved by:	pawel (mentor)

  Build ID:          20131217130200-61633
  Job owner:         nemysis at FreeBSD.org
  Buildtime:         31 minutes
  Enddate:           Tue, 17 Dec 2013 13:32:59 GMT

  Revision:          r336720
  Repository:        https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports?view=revision&revision=336720


    Port:            games/dcross 2.0

      Buildgroup:     8.4-QAT/amd64
      Buildstatus:   LEFTOVERS
      Log: https://qat.redports.org//~nemysis@FreeBSD.org/20131217130200-61633-240416/dcross-2.0.log

      Buildgroup:     8.4-QAT/i386
      Buildstatus:   LEFTOVERS
      Log: https://qat.redports.org//~nemysis@FreeBSD.org/20131217130200-61633-240417/dcross-2.0.log

      Buildgroup:     9.2-QAT/amd64
      Buildstatus:   LEFTOVERS
      Log: https://qat.redports.org//~nemysis@FreeBSD.org/20131217130200-61633-240418/dcross-2.0.log

      Buildgroup:     9.2-QAT/i386
      Buildstatus:   LEFTOVERS
      Log: https://qat.redports.org//~nemysis@FreeBSD.org/20131217130200-61633-240419/dcross-2.0.log

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