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Sat, 11 Jan 2014
[ 17:46:34 jlaffaye ] Original commit   Revision:339441
go lang files touched by this commit Go programming language
go-pretty devel files touched by this commit Pretty-printing package for go values
go-text textproc files touched by this commit Go package for manipulating paragraphs of text
go.crypto security files touched by this commit Additional cryptography packages for Go net files touched by this commit Additional Net packages for Go
godis databases files touched by this commit A Redis client library written in Go
goprotobuf devel files touched by this commit Go support for Google's protocol buffers
gosqlite3 databases files touched by this commit A Go interface for SQLite3
redigo databases files touched by this commit Go client for the Redis database
webgo www files touched by this commit Simplest way to write web applications in the Go programming language
- Change default location of Go packages to LOCALBASE/share/go
  This fixes problems like ports failing to build if the port
  is already installed [1]
- Bump PORTREVISION of affected ports
- Support the install target in
- STAGE support for free!

PR:		ports/180003 [1]

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