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Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 28 Apr 2015
[ 16:10 pi ] Original commit   Revision:384912
384912 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/Makefile
384912 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/distinfo
devel/p5-CBOR-XS: update 1.26 -> 1.30

- the incremental parser didn't properly parse tagged values
  (testcase by Mons Anderson).
- slightly speed up encoding of plain (nonmagical) arrays.
- try to clarify further that effectively all 32 bit architectures
  have 64 bit integer support.
- upgrade libecb

PR:		199759
Submitted by:	adamw
Sun, 2 Nov 2014
[ 11:08 pi ] Original commit   Revision:372062
372062 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/Makefile
372062 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/distinfo
devel/p5-CBOR-XS: 1.25 -> 1.26

- update the t/57_incr.t subtest that would rely on 64 bit ints
- disable t/50_rfc.t test that fails because of broken data::dumper
Tue, 7 Jan 2014
[ 18:51 wg ] Original commit   Revision:339017
339017 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/Makefile
339017 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/distinfo
devel/p5-CBOR-XS: update to 1.25

PR:		ports/185529
Submitted by:	maintainer
Mon, 23 Dec 2013
[ 20:57 wg ] Original commit   Revision:337294
337294 devel/Makefile
337294 devel/p5-CBOR-XS
337294 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/Makefile
337294 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/distinfo
337294 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/pkg-descr
337294 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/pkg-plist
devel/p5-CBOR-XS: Perl does Concise Binary Object Representation (CBOR, RFC7049)

This module converts Perl data structures to the Concise Binary
Object Representation (CBOR, RFC7049) and vice versa.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/CBOR-XS/

PR:		ports/185073
Submitted by:	Kurt Jaeger <fbsd-ports opsec.eu>

Number of commits found: 4

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