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|14 Jan 2021 14:34:38
Remove PY_SPHINX from ports using Python 3
Approved by: portmgr blanket
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D28093
|02 Nov 2020 17:40:42
databases/cassandra4: Update to version 4.0-beta2.
Submitted by: Angelo Polo (maintainer)
|26 Jul 2020 12:55:20
databases/cassandra4: Update to 4.0-beta1
- Update to version 4.0-beta1
- fix build on aarch64
PR: 248228 248004
Submitted by: Angelo Polo (maintainer), Ronald Klop (aarch64 fix)
|24 Jul 2020 17:10:51
Multiple ports: improve regex compliance (part 2)
This is again a part of the project to stop extraneous escaping of
ordinary characters and redefine some ordinary escapes as special
Most of these ports are pushed over to use textproc/gsed because they
want to use GNU extensions. Others are fixed to either escape appropriately
(e.g. $$ rather than \$ in Makefiles!) or just remove redundant escapes
(e.g. backtick in single quotes doesn't need escaped).
MFH: no (invasive risk)
|11 May 2020 23:51:58
- Repocopy textproc/py-sphinx to textproc/py-sphinx18
Update it to 1.8.5 (latest version from 1.8.X).
This version supports Python 2 and 3.
Add test target.
- textproc/py-sphinx: Update to 3.0.2
Python 3 only (3.5+).
Add test target.
- Mk/Uses/python.mk: Add PY_SPHINX
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|02 May 2020 19:48:32
New port: databases/cassandra4: Highly scalable distributed database
Apache Cassandra is a free and open-source distributed database.
It is a Java-based, highly scalable, eventually consistent, wide
column store. Cassandra database clusters are masterless with no
single point of failure. Replication can be configured across
multiple data centers.
Originally influenced by Dynamo and BigTable, Cassandra was initially
developed at and open sourced by Facebook before becoming a top-level
The CQL query language offers SQL-like data access and management.
Drivers are available for a number of languages.
This is an ALPHA version! It is not intended for production use.
Submitted by: Angelo Polo <email@example.com>
Reviewed by: yuri