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Number of commits found: 5

Tue, 11 Feb 2014
[ 22:50 mandree ] Original commit   Revision:343829
343829 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/Makefile
343829 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/files/pkgs_which
0.4.1 2014-02-11
  - do not require files given on command line are regular files,
    but accept any non-directory (for instance, symlinks).

    Workaround for previous versions: use --no-find if you intend to
    look up non-regular files.
Thu, 28 Nov 2013
[ 01:09 mandree ] Original commit   Revision:335075
335075 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/Makefile
335075 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/files/pkgs_which
New version 0.4.0

- Support pkgNG. Known issue is that pkg which returns bogus exit codes,
  spamming your screen.  pkgs_which works nonetheless.
  https://github.com/freebsd/pkg/issues/657

  Note that pkgNG always uses --nocache implictly for speed:
  https://github.com/freebsd/pkg/issues/658

  Known issue: the pkgNG detection is a hack. It just looks for the
  executable and the database in default locations, but does not attempt
  to run "pkg -N".
Mon, 11 Mar 2013
[ 23:13 mandree ] Original commit   Revision:313945
313945 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/Makefile
313945 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/files/pkgs_which
313945 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/pkg-descr
- read pkg_info -L information in chunks of 100 packages at a time,
  to avoid forking once per package, which was slow.
- clean up ports header
- NOPORTDOCS -> PORT_OPTIONS:MDOCS
Mon, 25 Jul 2011
[ 11:49 mandree ] Original commit 
1.2 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/files/pkgs_which
- fixed a bug where skipping non-existent command line arguments
  failed and resulted in an unterminated (endless) loop.

- added the --no-find option
Sat, 12 Mar 2011
[ 15:23 mandree ] Original commit 
1.41 ports-mgmt/Makefile
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/Makefile
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/files/pkgs_which
1.1 ports-mgmt/pkgs_which/pkg-descr
Add new ports-mgmt/pkgs_which

This is a fast, Perl5-based, database-less pkg_which variant
useful to assist with site-package-upgrades, for instance,
after a Python 2.6 -> 2.7 upgrade.

Number of commits found: 5

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