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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 30 Mar 2015
[ 15:55 demon ] Original commit 
382681 databases/py-carbon/files/carbon.in
Add an ability to start several carbon instances.
This may be useful to balance load between CPU cores or to
listen on IPv6 [::] in addition to IPv4 *.

PR:		198734
Submitted by:	Gennady Karpov <gekar@yandex-team.ru>
Approved by:	maintainer
Tue, 18 Feb 2014
[ 15:43 swills ] Original commit 
344911 databases/py-carbon/Makefile
344911 databases/py-carbon/files/carbon.in
344911 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-conf__carbon.amqp.conf.example
344911 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-conf__carbon.conf.example
344911 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-lib__carbon__util.py
344911 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-setup.py
344911 databases/py-carbon/pkg-plist
- Enhance init script [1]
- Fix with newer Django [2]
- Lots of other cleanups and improvements, including moving the data to a more
  standard location
- Take maintainership, maintainer has not responded to PRs in many months

PR:		ports/181043 [1]
PR:		ports/185097 [2]
Submitted by:	brd [1]
Submitted by:	swills (myself) [2]
Approved by:	maintainer timeout (bsdports@wayfair.com, >3 months)
Sun, 16 Sep 2012
[ 14:22 rm ] Original commit 
304351 databases/py-carbon/Makefile
304351 databases/py-carbon/files/carbon.in
304351 databases/py-carbon/files/pkg_message.in
304351 databases/py-carbon/pkg-descr
304351 databases/py-carbon/pkg-plist
- update dependency version on databases/py-whisper
- fix comments in carbon's rc-script
- checksum change, that was in original PR is rejected, because it fetches
  fine with old checksums and fails to fetch with new ones.

while here:
- change etc/carbon to %%ETCDIR%% in pkg-plist
- remove unneeded newlines in files/pkg_message.in
- add license (AL2)
- remove BUILD_DEPENDS (setup.py didn't cheking for it on build phase)
- limit python version to 2.x
- tab -> space in pkg-descr:WWW
- this port depends on twisted both directly and via USE_TWISTED. Since
  I wasn't able to find which twisted components it actually needed, I
  just dropped USE_TWISTED and let the port to depend on it via
  devel/py-twisted meta-port

PR:		170920
Submitted by:	Chris McCoy <bsdports at wayfair dot com> (maintainer)
Wed, 22 Feb 2012
[ 03:40 pgollucci ] Original commit 
1.1083 databases/Makefile
1.1 databases/py-carbon/Makefile
1.1 databases/py-carbon/distinfo
1.1 databases/py-carbon/files/carbon.in
1.1 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-setup.cfg
1.1 databases/py-carbon/files/patch-setup.py
1.1 databases/py-carbon/files/pkg_message.in
1.1 databases/py-carbon/pkg-descr
1.1 databases/py-carbon/pkg-plist
Carbon is a backend data caching and persistence daemon for Graphite

WWW:    http://launchpad.net/graphite

PR:             ports/165283
Submitted by:   Evan Sarmiento <bsdports@wayfair.com>

Number of commits found: 4

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