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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/lang/ruby18/files/patch-configure.in'
			   AND EP.element_id = CLE.element_ID
			   AND CL.id         = CLE.commit_log_id
PageNumber='1'
Offset='0'
		SELECT DISTINCT
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			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,
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			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/lang/ruby18/files/patch-configure.in'
   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
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			commit_log_id, element_pathname
That would give us 6 rows
non port: head/lang/ruby18/files/patch-configure.in
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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 11 Oct 2010
[ 06:36 stas ] Original commit 
1.202 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
1.2 lang/ruby18/files/patch-configure.in
- Do not link ruby18 agains librt.
- Bump portrevision.

PR:             ports/149003
Submitted by:   Anonymous <swell.k@gmail.com>
Fri, 19 Jun 2009
[ 12:42 stas ] Original commit 
1.185 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
1.143 lang/ruby18/Makefile
1.1 lang/ruby18/files/patch-configure.in
1.4 lang/ruby18/files/patch-gc.c
- Fix stack overflow detection algorithm.  It has not worked before as
  we were linking the ruby binary against pthreads, and the default
  stack size detection method with getrlimit didn't returned right
  values in this case.  Now, if threads enabled, it also tries to
  determine the stack size via pthreads calls and use this value if
  it is smaller than what getrlimit returned.  Furthermore, the stack
  overflow detection routine now works proactively, generating
  exception if there're probability the stack will be exhausted by
  the time of the next check (ruby performs checks only in each 256th
  call of rb_call0). [1]
- Build pthreads-enabled ruby by default. I have not received any
  bug reports for this for years, and this verison will work correctly
  with threaded libraries. Also, do not link agains pthreads in non-pthread
  case (this breaks stack size detection algorithm), and eliminate the
  option to disable pthreads (so only power users who know what they're
  doing can disable them).
- Build RDoc by default so it is available in the package.
- Bump portrevision.

PR:             ports/132158
Reported by:    Eugene Pimenov <libc@libc.st>

Number of commits found: 2

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