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Number of commits found: 8

Mon, 7 Jan 2013
[ 11:18 mm ] Original commit 
310036 devel/libevent2/Makefile
310036 devel/libevent2/distinfo
Update devel/libevent2 to 2.0.21
Tue, 23 Oct 2012
[ 20:14 mm ] Original commit 
306324 devel/libevent2/Makefile
306324 devel/libevent2/distinfo
306324 devel/libevent2/files/patch-libevent.pc.in
306324 devel/libevent2/files/patch-libevent_openssl.pc.in
306324 devel/libevent2/files/patch-libevent_pthreads.pc.in
Update to 2.0.20
Correct include order in pkg-config [1]

PR:		ports/170184 [1]
Submitted by:	Jan Beich [1]
Feature safe:	yes
Tue, 8 May 2012
[ 07:46 mm ] Original commit 
1.12 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.6 devel/libevent2/distinfo
Update to 2.0.19
Sat, 19 Nov 2011
[ 14:30 mm ] Original commit 
1.10 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.5 devel/libevent2/distinfo
Update to 2.0.16

Feature safe:   yes
Thu, 25 Aug 2011
[ 06:00 mm ] Original commit 
1.7 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.4 devel/libevent2/distinfo
Update to 2.0.13
Sun, 19 Jun 2011
[ 09:39 mm ] Original commit 
1.6 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.3 devel/libevent2/distinfo
1.2 devel/libevent2/files/patch-libevent_openssl.pc.in
Update to 2.0.12
Thu, 5 May 2011
[ 13:48 mm ] Original commit 
1.5 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.2 devel/libevent2/distinfo
1.2 devel/libevent2/pkg-plist
1.75 net-p2p/transmission-cli/Makefile
1.38 net-p2p/transmission-gtk2/Makefile
1.5 net-p2p/transmission-qt4/Makefile
1.106 security/tor-devel/Makefile
1.2 www/httpsqs/Makefile
Update libevent2 to 2.0.11
Tue, 22 Feb 2011
[ 13:22 mm ] Original commit 
1.4234 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/libevent2/Makefile
1.1 devel/libevent2/distinfo
1.1 devel/libevent2/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.1 devel/libevent2/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/libevent2/pkg-plist
Libevent version 2.x

The libevent API provides a mechanism to execute a callback function when
a specific event occurs on a file descriptor or after a timeout has been
reached. Furthermore, libevent also support callbacks due to signals or
regular timeouts.

libevent is meant to replace the event loop found in event driven network
servers. An application just needs to call event_dispatch() and then add
or remove events dynamically without having to change the event loop.

Currently, libevent supports /dev/poll, kqueue(2), event ports, select(2),
poll(2) and epoll(4). The internal event mechanism is completely independent
of the exposed event API, and a simple update of libevent can provide new
functionality without having to redesign the applications. As a result,
Libevent allows for portable application development and provides the most
scalable event notification mechanism available on an operating system.
Libevent can also be used for multi-threaded applications.

WWW: http://www.monkey.org/~provos/libevent/

Number of commits found: 8

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