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Number of commits found: 6

Wed, 26 Nov 2014
[ 13:08 mat ] Original commit 
373448 CHANGES
373448 Mk/Uses/perl5.mk
373448 Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk
373448 Mk/bsd.port.mk
373448 UPDATING
373448 archivers/dpkg/Makefile
373448 archivers/p5-Archive-Any-Lite/Makefile
373448 archivers/p5-Archive-Any-Lite/pkg-plist
373448 archivers/p5-Archive-Any-Plugin-Rar/Makefile
373448 archivers/p5-Archive-Any-Plugin-Rar/pkg-plist

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Change the way Perl modules are installed, update the default Perl to 5.18.

Before, we had:

  site_perl :           lib/perl5/site_perl/5.18
  site_perl/perl_arch : lib/perl5/site_perl/5.18/mach
  perl_man3 :           lib/perl5/5.18/man/man3

Now we have:

  site_perl : lib/perl5/site_perl
  site_arch : lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18
  perl_man3 : lib/perl5/site_perl/man/man3

Modules without any .so will be installed at the same place regardless of the
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Mon, 27 Oct 2014
[ 10:55 bapt ] Original commit 
371547 devel/p5-AI-Pathfinding-AStar/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-AI-Prolog/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Acme-Comment/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Acme-Damn/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Acme-MetaSyntactic/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Agent/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Algorithm-Accounting/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Algorithm-Annotate/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Algorithm-Binpack/pkg-plist
371547 devel/p5-Algorithm-Bucketizer/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Tue, 10 Jun 2014
[ 12:14 mat ] Original commit 
357300 Mk/Uses/perl5.mk
357300 Mk/bsd.port.mk
357300 archivers/p5-Archive-Extract-Libarchive/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-Bzip2/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-LZF/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-LZO/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-Raw-Bzip2/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-Raw-Lzma/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-Raw-Zlib/pkg-plist
357300 archivers/p5-Compress-Snappy/pkg-plist

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Remove all the bootstrap files (.bs) from the plists.

Starting with perl 5.20, they're not installed any more if empty,
and on FreeBSD, they're (always ?) empty.

PR:		190681
Submitted by:	mat
Exp-Run by:	antoine
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Wed, 27 Nov 2013
[ 20:45 sunpoet ] Original commit 
335059 devel/Makefile
335059 devel/p5-Readonly-XS
335059 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/Makefile
335059 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/distinfo
335059 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-descr
335059 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-plist
- Add p5-Readonly-XS 1.05

This module corrects the speed problem, at least with respect to scalar
variables. When Readonly::XS is installed, Readonly uses it to access the
internals of scalar variables. Instead of creating a scalar variable object and
tying it, Readonly simply flips the SvREADONLY bit in the scalar's FLAGS
structure.

Readonly arrays and hashes are not sped up by this, since the SvREADONLY flag
only works for scalars. Arrays and hashes always use the tie interface.

Programs that you write do not need to know whether Readonly::XS is installed or
not. They should just "use Readonly" and let Readonly worry about whether or not
it can use XS. If the Readonly::XS is present, Readonly will be faster. If not,
it won't. Either way, it will still work, and your code will not have to change.

Your program can check whether Readonly.pm is using XS or not by examining the
$Readonly::XSokay variable. It will be true if the XS module was found and is
being used. Please do not change this variable.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Readonly-XS/
Wed, 2 Aug 2006
[ 11:13 sat ] Original commit 
1.15868 /CVSROOT/modules
1.1107 MOVED
1.2387 devel/Makefile
1.2 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/Makefile
1.2 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/distinfo
1.2 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-descr
1.2 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-plist
devel/p5-Readonly-XS is included in devel/p5-Readonly

Reported by:    skv
Pointy hat to:  sat
[ 10:19 sat ] Original commit 
1.2385 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/Makefile
1.1 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/distinfo
1.1 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/p5-Readonly-XS/pkg-plist
Add port devel/p5-Readonly-XS:

The Readonly module (q.v.) is an effective way to create non-modifiable
variables. However, it's relatively slow.

The reason it's slow is that is implements the read-only-ness of variables
via tied objects. This mechanism is inherently slow. Perl simply has to do
a lot of work under the hood to make tied variables work.

This module corrects the speed problem, at least with respect to scalar
variables. When Readonly::XS is installed, Readonly uses it to access the
internals of scalar variables. Instead of creating a scalar variable object
and tying it, Readonly simply flips the SvREADONLY bit in the scalar's
FLAGS structure.
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