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Up: 17 days, 10:53
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Changed packages over the last 10 days:
	apache24-2.4.41			--> apache24-2.4.43
	apr-			--> apr-
	curl-7.69.1			--> curl-7.69.1_1
	fontconfig-2.13.92,1		--> fontconfig-2.13.92_1,1
	gperf-3.1			-->
	libedit-3.1.20191211,1		--> libedit-3.1.20191231,1
	libunwind-20170615		--> libunwind-20170615_1
	openssl-1.1.1e_1,1		--> openssl-1.1.1f,1
	pkg-1.13.2			--> pkg-1.14.2
	portupgrade-2.4.16,2		--> portupgrade-2.4.16,2
	py37-certifi-2019.11.28		--> py37-certifi-2020.4.5.1
	py37-configargparse-1.1		--> py37-configargparse-1.2
	ruby-2.6.5,1			--> ruby-2.6.6,1
	ruby25-2.5.7,1			-->
	ruby25-bdb-0.6.6_7		-->
	ruby26-bdb-0.6.6_7		--> ruby26-bdb-0.6.6_7
	ruby26-gems-3.0.6		--> ruby26-gems-3.0.6
	rubygem-rdoc-6.1.2_1		--> rubygem-rdoc-6.1.2_1
	subversion-1.13.0_1		--> subversion-1.13.0_1

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