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non port: head/databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-plist

Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 31 Jan 2005
[ 00:35 girgen ] Original commit 
1.628 MOVED
1.506 Mk/
1.45 comms/gnokii/Makefile
1.405 databases/Makefile
1.35 databases/clip/Makefile
1.11 databases/dbconnect/Makefile
1.6 databases/erserver/Makefile
1.35 databases/grass-i18n/Makefile
1.36 databases/grass/Makefile

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Split the postgresql ports into a server and a client part.

All ports depending on postgresql shall use the USE_PGSQL=yes knob
defined in Mk/ Bumping portrevisions where needed.

PR:             75344
Approved by:    portmgr@ (kris), ade & sean (mentors)
Thu, 4 Dec 2003
[ 12:00 seanc ] Original commit 
1.9 databases/p5-postgresql-plperl/Makefile
1.4 databases/postgresql-contrib/Makefile
1.3 databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-plist
1.9 databases/postgresql-docs/Makefile
1.10 databases/postgresql-jdbc/Makefile
1.2 databases/postgresql-jdbc/files/patch-aa
1.2 databases/postgresql-libpq++/pkg-descr
1.5 databases/postgresql-libpqxx/Makefile
1.3 databases/postgresql-libpqxx/distinfo
1.3 databases/postgresql-libpqxx/pkg-plist

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Introduce the world to PostgreSQL 7.4!  By and large this release is
regarded as a major release with features with interest to those with
large databases.  The updates are extensive and the best source of info
is in the release notes.  Enjoy and direct questions to database@!

Release notes:

PR:             ports/59403, ports/59404, ports/59393, ports/59394,
                ports/59395, ports/59397, ports/59398, ports/59402, &&
Submitted by:   maintainer
Approved by:    marcus (portmgr@ hat)
Wed, 3 Sep 2003
[ 15:22 osa ] Original commit 
1.2 databases/postgresql-contrib/Makefile
1.2 databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-plist
Add ipc_check and reindexdb.
Change the way postgres slave ports build: use ${MAKE} -V instead of .include.
Utilize ${DOCSDIR}. [1]

Submitted by:   Palle Girgensohn <> (maintainer),
                osa [1]
Approved by:    maintainer
PR:             56342
Sun, 24 Aug 2003
[ 12:17 edwin ] Original commit 
1.260 databases/Makefile
1.1 databases/postgresql-contrib/Makefile
1.1 databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-descr
1.1 databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-message
1.1 databases/postgresql-contrib/pkg-plist
New port: postgresql-contrib

        New port, containing all contrib stuff distributed with postgresql

        From the README:

        The PostgreSQL contrib tree

        This subtree contains porting tools, analysis utilities,
        and plug-in features that are not part of the core PostgreSQL
        system, mainly because they address a limited audience or
        are too experimental to be part of the main source tree.
        This does not preclude their usefulness.
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