Don't use xargs to start the grep command, the portable subset of find options allows -exec +, that does what we need. Also use egrep instead of fgrep.
Skip a find(1) execution, use fgrep to match a complete string, and make sure no false targets are outputted on empty commandline (can't use xargs's -r option as it's non-STANDARD).
Add patch for configure LANG settings.
Allow a patchset to specify a function to execute on the target instead of an actual patch, this way it can be used also to fix behaviours that would require a lot of patching (used already in KDE).
Use --null parameter instead of -Z as -Z is overloaded in FBSD's own grep command.
Make the fbsd-conf patch apply everywhere, but make it required only on FreeBSD, so that it can be tested on every package beforehand, this is the same spirit that other patches should follow; to check if the patch is already applied or not, that's a task for patch_targets.
Filter the list of targets for the kde-autoconf patch: if autoconf 2.6 is already handled just skip them.
Add ability for a patchset to tell if the patch is required, and to give a specific error message in case it failed to apply.
Add a patch for KDE's admindir to show that autoepatch can be used for more than just ELT patches.
Add fbsd-conf patch from ELT-patches as a sample of elibtoolize patches.
Add patches directory
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