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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 11 Dec 2006
[ 18:34 mi ] Original commit 
1.10 java/berkeley-db/Makefile
1.5 java/berkeley-db/distinfo
1.4 java/berkeley-db/files/patch-test-failure
1.3 java/berkeley-db/pkg-descr
Update from 3.1.0 to 3.2.13. This should fix all of the self-test failures
observed so far (spurious and real). Update WWW.

Although supposedly a minor bug-fix release, this one still comes with a
file-format change, unfortunately. See vendor's announcement at:
Thu, 23 Nov 2006
[ 06:21 mi ] Original commit 
1.9 java/berkeley-db/Makefile
1.3 java/berkeley-db/files/patch-test-failure
Unbreak by adding another patch from the vendor.
Wed, 18 Oct 2006
[ 01:44 mi ] Original commit 
1.6 java/berkeley-db/Makefile
1.2 java/berkeley-db/files/patch-test-failure
Disable two more self-tests, which may hang in rare circumstance.
According to SleepyCat/Oracle, these will be fixed in the next release.

Provide two explicit download sites for those, whose FETCH_CMD is set to
NOT follow redirects (as is the default). Oracle uses such redirects to
facilitate downloads from the server closer to the downloader, but the
scheme breaks, when the redirects are not followed.

Approved by:    portmgr (erwin)
Sun, 8 Oct 2006
[ 15:17 mi ] Original commit 
1.4 java/berkeley-db/Makefile
1.1 java/berkeley-db/files/patch-test-failure
1.2 java/berkeley-db/pkg-descr
Tune the port a little finer:

        . Java-1.5 is required to build (although the result is usable
          with 1.4 as well) -- reflect this in pkg-descr for the user
          and in Makefile for the build process
        . add a patch for the "occasionaly" failing test -- on advice
          from Oracle:


        . enable automatic testing post-build -- the tests stress out
          both Java and JE and their failure may be a nice canary for
          our mine.

Number of commits found: 4

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