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Wed, 13 Apr 2005
[ 23:15 girgen ] Original commit 
1.179 UPDATING
1.140 databases/postgresql80-server/Makefile
1.38 databases/postgresql80-server/distinfo
1.2 databases/postgresql80-server/files/patch-src-pl-plpgsql-src-gram-y
1.2 databases/postgresql80-server/files/patch-src-pl-plpgsql-src-pl-gram-c
1.4 databases/postgresql80-server/pkg-plist-client
Upgrade PostgreSQL to 8.0.2. Here's the brief release note:

  Over the past several weeks, Tom Lane has been working on replacing
  our old Cache Management Alorithm (ARC) with a new, patent free one
  (2Q).

  In order to reduce the number of 8.x deployments out there that are
  using the old manager, we have just released 8.0.2, and encourage
  adminstrators to upgrade at their earliest convience.

  For those already running 8.x on your production servers, please
  note that this upgrade does *NOT* require a dump restore, but due to
  a bump in the major version number for the client library (libpq),
  it *WILL* require all client applications to be recompiled at the
  same time.
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Sat, 19 Feb 2005
[ 12:07 girgen ] Original commit 
1.18 databases/postgresql-tcltk/Makefile
1.2 databases/postgresql73-client/Makefile
1.133 databases/postgresql73-server/Makefile
1.1 databases/postgresql73-server/files/patch-src-pl-plpgsql-src-gram-y
1.3 databases/postgresql74-client/Makefile
1.134 databases/postgresql74-server/Makefile
1.1 databases/postgresql74-server/files/patch-src-pl-plpgsql-src-gram-y
1.2 databases/postgresql80-client/Makefile
1.137 databases/postgresql80-server/Makefile
1.1 databases/postgresql80-server/files/patch-src-pl-plpgsql-src-gram-y
Fix security alert using a patch from PostgreSQL's CVS repository:

  Prevent overrunning a heap-allocated buffer if more than 1024
  parameters to a refcursor declaration are specified. This is a
  minimally-invasive fix for the buffer overrun.

Define LATEST_LINK to avoid package name clashes between the different
branches of PostgreSQL. [1] (Since postgresql-tcltk is hardwired to
branch 7.4, keep its LATEST_LINK to a generic value.)

Set UNIQUENAME and let it be the same for server & client, so each
branch's ports will share the same options file. This adds some no-op
knobs to the -client port, but IMO it is better this way.

Add space inside paranthesis in OSVERSION conditional to work around
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Number of commits found: 2

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