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Number of commits found: 1

Thu, 11 Feb 2010
[ 20:59 pgollucci ] Original commit 
1.935 misc/Makefile
1.1 misc/libeatmydata/Makefile
1.1 misc/libeatmydata/distinfo
1.1 misc/libeatmydata/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 misc/libeatmydata/files/patch-eatmydata.c
1.1 misc/libeatmydata/pkg-descr
libeatmydata is a small LD_PRELOAD library designed to (transparently) disable
fsync (and friends, like open(O_SYNC)). This has two side-effects: making
software that writes data safely to disk a lot quicker and making this
software no longer crash safe.

DO NOT use libeatmydata on software where you care about what it
stores. It's called libEAT-MY-DATA for a reason.

PR:             ports/142892
Submitted by:   Attila Nagy <bra at fsn.hu>

Number of commits found: 1

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