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Number of commits found: 4

Thu, 19 Nov 2015
[ 16:16 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:401952
401952 benchmarks/interbench/files/patch-interbench.c
401952 devel/bbfreeze/Makefile
401952 devel/stringencoders/Makefile
Flush a short queue of minor non-functional changes sitting it my tree:
- Escape literal dot properly in sed(1) code (for REINPLACE_CMD)
- Spell "C-string" correctly in COMMENT and add a missing newline
- Use NULL for pointer in C code (original snippet was for C++ and Bjarne
  prefers to avoid macros, per his C++ Style and Technique FAQ)
[ 15:08 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:401950
401950 benchmarks/interbench/Makefile
401950 benchmarks/interbench/files/patch-interbench.c
401950 benchmarks/interbench/pkg-descr
- Drop requirement for linprocfs(5) to be mounted under /compat/linux/proc
- Use `do-install-DOCS-on' target for docs and perform some minor cleanups
Mon, 11 Mar 2013
[ 14:16 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:313905
313905 benchmarks/interbench/files/patch-interbench.c
313905 benchmarks/interbench/pkg-descr
Regenerate patch to include the context and slightly reword port description
(no functional changes).
[ 13:39 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:313896
313896 benchmarks/Makefile
313896 benchmarks/interbench
313896 benchmarks/interbench/Makefile
313896 benchmarks/interbench/distinfo
313896 benchmarks/interbench/files
313896 benchmarks/interbench/files/patch-interbench.c
313896 benchmarks/interbench/pkg-descr
Interbench is an application designed to benchmark interactivity in Linux^W
Unix-like operating systems.

WWW: http://users.on.net/~ckolivas/interbench/

Number of commits found: 4

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