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Number of commits found: 7

Fri, 21 Apr 2017
[ 20:25 rene ] Original commit   Revision:439129
439129 Mk/Uses/ada.mk
439129 Mk/Uses/alias.mk
439129 archivers/zip-ada/Makefile
439129 databases/adabase/Makefile
439129 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
439129 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
439129 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
439129 databases/apq/Makefile
439129 devel/ada-util/Makefile
439129 devel/adabooch/Makefile

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Return ports maintained by John Marino to the pool, he is no longer interested.

Submitted by:	Mark Millard via private e-mail
Wed, 15 Feb 2017
[ 21:33 rene ] Original commit   Revision:434195
434195 Mk/Uses/ada.mk
434195 Mk/Uses/alias.mk
434195 archivers/zip-ada/Makefile
434195 databases/adabase/Makefile
434195 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
434195 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
434195 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
434195 databases/apq/Makefile
434195 devel/ada-util/Makefile
434195 devel/adabooch/Makefile

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Return the ports mistakenly reset to ports@ in r433856 to John Marino.

The mistake was completely on my part, I somehow connected the dots the
wrong way in my head.

The only exceptions (for now) are archivers/zstd and ports-mgmt/synth
which were already picked up by new volunteers in the mean time.
Sat, 11 Feb 2017
[ 12:42 rene ] Original commit   Revision:433856
433856 archivers/zip-ada/Makefile
433856 archivers/zstd/Makefile
433856 databases/adabase/Makefile
433856 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
433856 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
433856 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
433856 databases/apq/Makefile
433856 devel/ada-util/Makefile
433856 devel/adabooch/Makefile
433856 devel/adacurses/Makefile

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Return ports maintained by John Marino to the pool, see r433827 for details
Fri, 1 Apr 2016
[ 14:00 mat ] Original commit   Revision:412346
412346 databases/R-cran-RMySQL/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite.extfuns/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-RSQLite/Makefile
412346 databases/R-cran-sqldf/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi-googledata/Makefile
412346 databases/akonadi/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
412346 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
412346 databases/apq/Makefile

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Remove ${PORTSDIR}/ from dependencies, categories d, e, f, and g.

With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Mon, 5 May 2014
[ 12:40 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:352999
352999 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
352999 databases/cppdb/Makefile
352999 databases/hashtypes/Makefile
352999 databases/p5-Pg/Makefile
352999 databases/pg_rman/Makefile
352999 databases/pgadmin3/Makefile
352999 databases/pgagent/Makefile
Convert to USES=pgsql

While here:
- stage support for pg_rman
- stage support for pgagent
- stage support for hashtypes
Wed, 26 Mar 2014
[ 01:39 marino ] Original commit   Revision:349205
349205 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
349205 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
349205 databases/apq-pgsql/Makefile
349205 databases/apq/Makefile
APQ ports: apq, apq-mysql, apq-pgsql, apq-odbc

Without direction, GPRconfig will create a cgpr file at the standard
$PREFIX/lib/gnat repository.  This is the cause of the builder
failures because it touches a part of the userland it's not supposed to.

GPRconfig should be modified not to do this; it is never desirable.
In the meantime, the fix for APQ is to specify .cgpr targets which do
not exist so GPRconfig creates them there instead of $PREFIX/lib/gnat.

Reported by: swills
Tue, 25 Mar 2014
[ 11:28 marino ] Original commit   Revision:349129
349129 databases/Makefile
349129 databases/apq
349129 databases/apq-mysql
349129 databases/apq-mysql/Makefile
349129 databases/apq-mysql/distinfo
349129 databases/apq-mysql/pkg-descr
349129 databases/apq-mysql/pkg-plist
349129 databases/apq-odbc
349129 databases/apq-odbc/Makefile
349129 databases/apq-odbc/distinfo

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Add new Ada database ports: apq, apq-mysql, apq-pgsql, apq-odbc

APQ is a database interface library written in Ada95.  This is the base
library, but it is not useful without a driver.  There are three drivers
available for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and ODBC in separate ports.

Some features:
  * Thick binding
  * Strong typing support
  * Full BLOB support (PGSQL)
  * High performance BLOB I/O via streams
  * Full support for NULL Values
  * Fully portable (database neutral) code possible
  * Four levels of debug tracing

WWW: https://bitbucket.org/kowframework/apq

Number of commits found: 7

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