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non port: benchmarks/pathrate/Makefile

Number of commits found: 10

Tue, 6 Apr 2021
[ 14:31 mat (Mathieu Arnold) ]    commit hash:305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb  305f148 (Only the first 10 of 29333 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles.
Tue, 19 May 2015
[ 08:53 marino ] Original commit   Revision:386751
benchmarks/pathrate: Unbreak by setting new MASTER_SITES

While here, set the license (GPLv2).  The other changes to the Makefile
and the non-WWW part of pkg-descr are technically unnecessary, but in
my opinion they are in improvement so I keep them.  I did remove some
of the suggested changes in the patch though.

PR:		200295
Submitted by:	Ports Fury
Sun, 5 Apr 2015
[ 17:29 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:383308
Mark as broken unfetchable ports
Sun, 28 Sep 2014
[ 14:22 wen ] Original commit   Revision:369456
- Reset maintainer to ports@

PR:		193991
Submitted by: maintainer)
Sun, 5 Jan 2014
[ 01:06 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:338728
Support stage
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 15:52 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:327708(Only the first 10 of 74 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Fri, 30 Aug 2013
[ 23:09 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:325728(Only the first 10 of 19 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Convert benchmarks from USE_GMAKE to USES=gmake
While here:
- Trim headers
- convert some port to the new perl5 world
Thu, 5 Feb 2009
[ 08:21 pgollucci ] Original commit 
- Update download locations

Reported by:    -fetch-original pointyhat run
Tue, 22 Aug 2006
[ 08:08 miwi ] Original commit 
- Update to 2.4.1

PR:             ports/102321
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie(at)> (maintainer)
Approved by:    krion (mentor)
Mon, 23 May 2005
[ 23:23 jylefort ] Original commit 
Add pathrate.

Pathrate is a tool that can estimate the capacity of network paths. An
important feature of Pathrate is that it is robust to cross traffic effects,
meaning that it can measure the path capacity even when the path is
significantly loaded. This is crucial, since the hardest paths to measure are
the heavily loaded ones.


PR:             ports/81295
Submitted by:   dikshie <>

Number of commits found: 10