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non port: head/astro/squeuer/pkg-message
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Number of commits found: 3

Mon, 4 Apr 2005
[ 19:44 glewis ] Original commit 
1.4 astro/squeuer/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/pkg-message.in
1.3 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
. Don't hardcode /usr/local in pkg-message, use %%LOCALBASE%% and replace
  it appropriately.

Found by:       portlint
Sun, 26 Oct 2003
[ 23:31 kris ] Original commit 
1.2 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
portlint (remove trailing blank line)
Wed, 13 Aug 2003
[ 17:35 glewis ] Original commit 
1.69 astro/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/distinfo
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/patch-etc::rc.d::S71squeuer.sh
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/patch-etc::squeuer.conf.unix
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-deinstall
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-descr
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-install
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-plist
. Add a port of SQueuer, a queueing proxy for Seti@Home:

SQueuer is a queueing proxy for Seti@Home with the following features:

* Keeps a configurable sized queue of work units so that
  the client will always be able to get a new work unit
  immediately upon finishing one.

* Queues results for uploading should the main Seti@Home
  site be overloaded or down. Results are never lost and the
  client is never delayed waiting to upload a result.

* Can handle multiple users running the Seti@Home client
  on multiple machines all connecting to SQueuer.

* Platform independent. SQueuer has been tested and found
  to work on different versions of Unix, MacOS and Windows.
  All it requires is a Perl 5 interpreter.

Number of commits found: 3

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