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non port: head/dns/getdns/pkg-descr
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Tue, 4 Mar 2014
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346986 dns/Makefile
346986 dns/getdns
346986 dns/getdns/Makefile
346986 dns/getdns/distinfo
346986 dns/getdns/files
346986 dns/getdns/files/pkg-message.in
346986 dns/getdns/pkg-descr
346986 dns/getdns/pkg-plist
New port: dns/getdns:

getdns is a modern asynchronous DNS API.

It implements DNS entry points from a design developed and vetted by application
developers, in an API specification edited by Paul Hoffman. With the development
of this API, we intend to offer application developers a modernized and flexible
way to access DNS security (DNSSEC) and other powerful new DNS features;
a particular hope is to inspire application developers towards innovative
security solutions in their applications.

WWW: http://getdnsapi.net/

Number of commits found: 1

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