./x11/kde4/ksudoku [sudoku game for KDE]
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Version: 4.14.3, Package name: ksudoku-4.14.3
Maintained by: KDE porting team
Master sites:
Flavors (export FLAVOR=xyz, setenv FLAVOR xyz):
  • debug
KSudoku is a logic-based symbol placement puzzle. The player has
to fill a grid with symbols so that each column, row and block on
the game board contains only one instance of each symbol. In KSudoku
the symbols are usually the numbers 1 to 9, but may be the letters
A to P or A to Y in larger puzzles. Puzzles start with the board
partially filled and it is your job to fill in the rest.

Filesize: 1390.852 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2015-01-21) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.14.3
  • (2014-11-02) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.14.2
  • (2014-07-18) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.13.3
  • (2014-07-10) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.13.2
  • (2014-01-16) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.11.5
  • (2013-12-09) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.11.4
  • (2013-07-04) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.10.5
  • (2013-06-06) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.10.4
  • (2013-05-14) Updated to version: ksudoku-4.10.3
  • (2013-04-25) Package added to openports.se, version ksudoku-4.10.2 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2017-07-27 05:57:51 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (166)
Log message:
   2015-05-28 04:17:32 by Pascal Stumpf | Files touched by this commit (265)
Log message:
gcc4 bumps, reminded by aja@
   2015-03-27 02:16:25 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
x11/gtk+2,-guic -> x11/gtk+3,-guic && bump
   2015-01-20 14:58:44 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (203)
Log message:
Bringing in KDE 4.14.3. This is the last KDE4 release, ever.
This release contains only minor fixes.
See you in KDE Frameworks land in the next season!
   2014-11-01 15:09:48 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (284)
Log message:
Welcome, KDE 4.14.2!
Many patches went upstream, but even more patches are still there...
To be continued!