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Thu, 30 Nov 2017
[ 15:50 mat ] Original commit   Revision:455210
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455210 Mk/Uses/gnome.mk
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455210 accessibility/accerciser/Makefile
455210 accessibility/caribou/Makefile
455210 accessibility/orca/Makefile

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Convert Python ports to FLAVORS.

  Ports using USE_PYTHON=distutils are now flavored.  They will
  automatically get flavors (py27, py34, py35, py36) depending on what
  versions they support.

  There is also a USE_PYTHON=flavors for ports that do not use distutils
  but need FLAVORS to be set.  A USE_PYTHON=noflavors can be set if
  using distutils but flavors are not wanted.

  A new USE_PYTHON=optsuffix that will add PYTHON_PKGNAMESUFFIX has been
  added to cope with Python ports that did not have the Python
  PKGNAMEPREFIX but are flavored.

  USES=python now also exports a PY_FLAVOR variable that contains the
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Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 10:41 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:371255
371255 databases/WWWdb/pkg-plist
371255 databases/adminer/pkg-plist
371255 databases/adodb/pkg-plist
371255 databases/adodb5/pkg-plist
371255 databases/akonadi-googledata/pkg-plist
371255 databases/bbdb/pkg-plist
371255 databases/buzhug/pkg-plist
371255 databases/c3p0/pkg-plist
371255 databases/cassandra/pkg-plist
371255 databases/cassandra2/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Fri, 21 May 2010
[ 08:07 wen ] Original commit 
1.3 databases/buzhug/Makefile
1.2 databases/buzhug/distinfo
1.2 databases/buzhug/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.6
- Reset maintainer
Thu, 12 Mar 2009
[ 19:21 miwi ] Original commit 
1.744 databases/Makefile
1.1 databases/buzhug/Makefile
1.1 databases/buzhug/distinfo
1.1 databases/buzhug/pkg-descr
1.1 databases/buzhug/pkg-plist
buzhug is a fast, pure-Python database engine, using a syntax that Python
programmers should find very intuitive.

The data is stored and accessed on disk (it is not an in-memory database);
the implementation has been designed to make all operations, and especially
selection, as fast as possible with an interpreted language.

The database is implemented as a Python iterator, yielding objects whose
attributes are the fields defined when the base is created ; therefore,
requests can be expressed as list comprehensions or generator expressions,
instead of SQL queries.

WWW:    http://buzhug.sourceforge.net/

PR:             ports/132278
Submitted by:   Wen Heping <wenheping at gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 4

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