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found NOTHING in cache
			SELECT count(DISTINCT CL.id) AS count
			  FROM element_pathname EP, commit_log_elements CLE, commit_log CL
			 WHERE EP.pathname   = '/ports/head/games/schwarzweiss/pkg-plist'
			   AND EP.element_id = CLE.element_ID
			   AND CL.id         = CLE.commit_log_id
PageNumber='1'
Offset='0'
		SELECT DISTINCT
			CL.commit_date - SystemTimeAdjust()                                                                 AS commit_date_raw,
			CL.id                                                                                               AS commit_log_id,
			CL.encoding_losses                                                                                  AS encoding_losses,
			CL.message_id                                                                                       AS message_id,
			CL.committer                                                                                        AS committer,
			CL.description                                                                                      AS commit_description,
			to_char(CL.commit_date - SystemTimeAdjust(), 'DD Mon YYYY')                                         AS commit_date,
			to_char(CL.commit_date - SystemTimeAdjust(), 'HH24:MI')                                             AS commit_time,
			element.name                                                                                                AS port,
			element_pathname(element.id)                                                                                AS pathname,
			element.status                                                                                              AS status,
			element_pathname.pathname                            as element_pathname,
			CL.message_subject,
			NULL AS port_id,
			0    AS needs_refresh,
			NULL AS forbidden,
			NULL AS broken,
			NULL AS deprecated,
			NULL AS ignore,
			commit_log_elements.element_id,
			NULL AS version,
			NULL AS epoch,
			NULL as date_added,
			NULL AS short_description,
			NULL AS category_id,
			NULL AS category,
			NULL AS watch,
			NULL AS vulnerable_current,
			NULL AS vulnerable_past,
			NULL AS restricted,
			NULL AS no_cdrom,
			NULL AS expiration_date,
			NULL AS is_interactive,
			NULL AS only_for_archs,
			NULL AS not_for_archs,
			NULL AS stf_message,
			commit_log_elements.revision_name as revision,
			R.name         AS repo_name,
			R.svn_hostname AS hostname,
			R.path_to_repo AS path_to_repo 
    FROM commit_log_elements, commit_log CL LEFT OUTER JOIN repo R on  CL.repo_id = R.id, element_pathname, element 
	  WHERE CL.id IN (SELECT tmp.ID FROM (SELECT DISTINCT CL.id, CL.commit_date
  FROM element_pathname EP, commit_log_elements CLE, commit_log CL
 WHERE EP.pathname   = '/ports/head/games/schwarzweiss/pkg-plist'
   AND EP.element_id = CLE.element_ID
   AND CL.id         = CLE.commit_log_id
ORDER BY CL.commit_date DESC 
LIMIT 100) AS tmp)
	    AND commit_log_elements.commit_log_id = CL.id
	    AND commit_log_elements.element_id    = element.id
        AND element_pathname.element_id       = element.id
   ORDER BY 1 desc,
			commit_log_id, element_pathname
That would give us 10 rows
non port: head/games/schwarzweiss/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 2

Thu, 9 Oct 2014
[ 14:00 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
370532 games/schwarzweiss/Makefile
370532 games/schwarzweiss/pkg-plist
- Clarify LICENSE
- Add LICENSE_FILE
- Convert to USES=python
- Drop @dirrm* from plist
Sun, 8 Dec 2013
[ 18:57 nemysis ] Original commit 
335920 games/Makefile
335920 games/schwarzweiss
335920 games/schwarzweiss/Makefile
335920 games/schwarzweiss/distinfo
335920 games/schwarzweiss/files
335920 games/schwarzweiss/files/schwarzweiss.in
335920 games/schwarzweiss/pkg-descr
335920 games/schwarzweiss/pkg-plist
SchwarzWeiss is german and means "black/white".
This game was created 2010 during a 48-hour-game-creating contest at Viennas
Metalab computer lab. The theme was "black and white" (or was it "grid"?)
and only public available resources were allowed.
Lucky for me, that included ThePythonGameBook. In effect I worked around 3 hours
in the evening and around 4 hours in the next morning.
After that I lost interest and presented the game to the other participants
in the Metalab to make use of the weekend for non-computer related activities.
While I'm proud to report that I was the first participant to present a
"playable" game (way before the deadline) I'm less proud to report the results
of test-playing against the other coders. It turned out that while my game is
playable, it is simply boring and not much fun.
Also I got beaten in my own game by people who never played the game before.

WWW: http://thepythongamebook.com/en:resources:games:schwarzweiss

PR:		ports/171236
Submitted by:	nemysis (self)
Approved by:	pawel (mentor)

Number of commits found: 2

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