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non port: head/databases/db6/files
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Number of commits found: 4

Wed, 2 Jul 2014
[ 20:59 mandree ] Original commit 
360264 databases/db48/Makefile
360264 databases/db48/files/patch-dbinc_mutex_int.h
360264 databases/db5/Makefile
360264 databases/db5/files/patch-dbinc_mutex_int.h
360264 databases/db6/Makefile
360264 databases/db6/files
360264 databases/db6/files/patch-dbinc_mutex_int.h
Fix mutex code on powerpc64.

PR:		191453
Submitted by:	jhibbits@
Wed, 24 Jul 2013
[ 21:57 mandree ] Original commit 
323622 databases/db6/Makefile
323622 databases/db6/files
Simplify, for conciseness:
Move function of patch file into post-patch target, too.
[ 21:35 mandree ] Original commit 
323621 databases/db5/Makefile
323621 databases/db5/files/patch-src_dbinc_atomic.h
323621 databases/db6/Makefile
323621 databases/db6/files
323621 databases/db6/files/patch-src_dbinc_atomic.h
Fix C++11 compatibility by renaming atomic_init().

Modified version of dim's patch, where most of the stuff
moves into a REINPLACE_CMD called from post-patch.

Submitted by:	dim
Tue, 11 Jun 2013
[ 08:15 mandree ] Original commit 
320540 Mk/bsd.database.mk
320540 databases/Makefile
320540 databases/db6
320540 databases/db6/Makefile
320540 databases/db6/distinfo
320540 databases/db6/files
320540 databases/db6/pkg-descr
320540 databases/db6/pkg-plist
Add Oracle Berkeley DB 6.0.

Simplify installation over previous versions.

License change to Affero GNU General Public License v3 (AGPL v3).

Announcement:	https://oss.oracle.com/pipermail/bdb/2013-June/000056.html
ChangeLog:	http://download.oracle.com/otndocs/products/berkeleydb/html/changelog_6_0.html

Number of commits found: 4

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