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Sun, 7 Dec 2014
[ 16:34 dbn ] Original commit 
374218 lang/pypy-devel/Makefile
374218 lang/pypy-devel/distinfo
374218 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib-python__2.7__sysconfig.py
374218 lang/pypy-devel/pkg-plist
Update lang/pypy-devel to 2.4.0.

Release update for further testing by community.

Change Log:
 - Reduced internal copying of bytearray operations
 - Tweak the internal structure of StringBuilder to speed up large string
   handling, which becomes advantageous on large programs at the cost of
   slightly slower small benchmark type programs.
 - Move to a mixed polling and mutex GIL model that make mutlithreaded jitted
   code run much faster
 - Remove ctypes pythonapi and ctypes.PyDLL, which never worked on PyPy
 - Fix performance regression on ufunc(<scalar>, <scalar>) in numpy
 - Classes in the ast module are now distinct from structures used by the
   compiler, which simplifies and speeds up translation of our source code to
   the PyPy binary interpreter
 - Upgrade stdlib from 2.7.5 to 2.7.8
Tue, 11 Mar 2014
[ 21:02 dbn ] Original commit 
347933 lang/pypy-devel/Makefile
347933 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib-python__2.7__sysconfig.py
Fix lang/pypy-devel's sysconfig.py file.

In python the 'purelib' and 'platlib' paths should contain 'site-packages'
however the original pypy code does not thus the patch did not either however
this is not consistent with distutils/sysconfig.py.
Sun, 11 Aug 2013
[ 17:10 dbn ] Original commit 
324601 lang/Makefile
324601 lang/pypy-devel
324601 lang/pypy-devel/Makefile
324601 lang/pypy-devel/distinfo
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/Makefile
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/bsd.pypy.inst.mk
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib-python__2.7__distutils__command__install.py
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib-python__2.7__distutils__sysconfig_pypy.py
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib-python__2.7__sysconfig.py
324601 lang/pypy-devel/files/patch-lib__pypyX.Y__distutils__command__install.py

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Add lang/pypy-devel for non-stable releases of PyPy.

pypy-devel is intended as a staging ground for beta releases and - while
no beta releases are available - snapshots of pypy default branch.

While introducing pypy-devel to build logic has been reworked to better
accomodate pypy3.  The lib-python/2.7 and lib_pypy folders are not renamed
after extraction (with only symbolic links used to emulate the structure).
PyPy still expects the standard structure and the symbolic links satisfy
this change.

The devel port was requested by mva@ to better support commercial clients.

Number of commits found: 3

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