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non port: head/net/owamp/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 5

Sun, 8 Jun 2014
[ 19:05 pi ] Original commit 
357068 databases/p5-DBD-cego/Makefile
357068 devel/dragon/Makefile
357068 devel/p5-CBOR-XS/Makefile
357068 devel/p5-String-Dump/Makefile
357068 devel/soapui/Makefile
357068 dns/p5-URBL-Prepare/Makefile
357068 math/p5-Math-Int128/Makefile
357068 net/owamp/Makefile
357068 net/p5-Net-Works/Makefile
357068 net/sip_scenario/Makefile

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Mass-update maintainer from fbsd-ports@opsec.eu -> pi@FreeBSD.org
Fri, 31 Jan 2014
[ 12:14 miwi ] Original commit 
341981 devel/libgutenfetch/Makefile
341981 lang/rexx-regina/Makefile
341981 lang/rexx-regina/pkg-plist
341981 multimedia/audacious/Makefile
341981 multimedia/audacious/pkg-plist
341981 net/owamp/Makefile
341981 net/owamp/pkg-plist
341981 net/rfbproxy/Makefile
341981 net/sofia-sip/Makefile
341981 net/sofia-sip/pkg-plist

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- Stage Support
- Convert to USES
Mon, 30 Dec 2013
[ 20:55 ohauer ] Original commit 
338168 Mk/bsd.licenses.db.mk
338168 Templates/Licenses/AL2
338168 Templates/Licenses/APACHE20
338168 UPDATING
338168 archivers/snappy-java/Makefile
338168 audio/opencore-amr/Makefile
338168 audio/py-pylast/Makefile
338168 audio/vo-aacenc/Makefile
338168 audio/vo-amrwbenc/Makefile
338168 benchmarks/polygraph/Makefile

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- rename AL2 to APACHE20 in Mk/bsd.licenses.db.mk
- svn move Templates/Licenses/AL2 Templates/Licenses/APACHE20
- add APACHE10 and APACHE11 to Mk/bsd.licenses.db.mk
- add entry in UPDATING
- bulk change all ports AL2 => APACHE20

- math/openfst/pkg-plist: remove share/licenses/openfst-1.3.4

PR:		ports/184785
Submitted by:	ohauer
Reviewed by:	tabthorpe
Approved by:	portmgr (tabthorpe@)
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 22:10 bapt ] Original commit 
327755 net/3proxy/Makefile
327755 net/44bsd-rdist/Makefile
327755 net/6tunnel/Makefile
327755 net/AquaGatekeeper/Makefile
327755 net/DarwinStreamingServer/Makefile
327755 net/GeoIP/Makefile
327755 net/R-cran-twitteR/Makefile
327755 net/Sockets/Makefile
327755 net/abills/Makefile
327755 net/activemq/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
net)
Tue, 23 Jul 2013
[ 21:16 pawel ] Original commit 
323552 net/Makefile
323552 net/owamp
323552 net/owamp/Makefile
323552 net/owamp/distinfo
323552 net/owamp/pkg-descr
323552 net/owamp/pkg-plist
OWAMP is a command line client application and a policy daemon used
to determine one way latencies between hosts. It is an implementation
of the OWAMP protocol as defined by
http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc4656.txt. (When referring to the
protocol within this document, "OWAMP" will be in italicized. In
all other instances, "OWAMP" will be referring to this implementation.)

With roundtrip-based measurements, it is hard to isolate the direction
in which congestion is experienced. One-way measurements solve this
problem and make the direction of congestion immediately apparent.
Since traffic can be asymmetric at many sites that are primarily
producers or consumers of data, this allows for more informative
measurements. One-way measurements allow the user to better isolate
the effects of specific parts of a network on the treatment of
traffic.

WWW: http://www.internet2.edu/performance/owamp/

PR:		ports/180594
Submitted by:	Kurt Jaeger <fbsd-ports@opsec.eu>

Number of commits found: 5

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