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non port: databases/cayley/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 5

Mon, 1 Jul 2019
[ 15:51 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:505608
505608 databases/cayley/Makefile
505608 databases/cayley/distinfo
databases/cayley: Switch to USES=go:modules, fix build with go1.13beta1

PR:		238914
Submitted by:	Dmitri Goutnik <dg@syrec.org>
Sat, 29 Jun 2019
[ 03:51 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:505321
505321 Mk/Uses/go.mk
505321 databases/cayley/Makefile
505321 databases/cockroach/Makefile
505321 databases/go-carbon/Makefile
505321 databases/influxdb/Makefile
505321 databases/mongodb34-tools/Makefile
505321 databases/mongodb36-tools/Makefile
505321 databases/pgmetrics/Makefile
505321 databases/tile38/Makefile
505321 databases/usql/Makefile

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Convert all Go ports to USES=go

This allows for port testing with lang/go-devel via GO_PORT, setting
up the Go build environment in a single place, and is step one in
simplifying Go ports that often define too complicated do-build
targets themselves.

USES=go gains new arguments 'run' to add lang/go to RUN_DEPENDS and
'no_targets' for ports with composite builds that call 'go' themselves
and do not need the do-build/do-install targets of USES=go.

PR:		238849
Submitted by:	dg@syrec.org (also D20745)
Reviewed by:	mat, tobik
Exp-run by:	antoine
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D20746
Sat, 1 Dec 2018
[ 05:32 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:486315
486315 databases/cayley/Makefile
486315 databases/cayley/distinfo
databases/cayley: Update 0.7.4 -> 0.7.5-2
Mon, 4 Jun 2018
[ 15:37 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:471559
471559 databases/cayley/Makefile
databases/cayley: Merge pre-build into do-build

Reported by:	mat
[ 02:29 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:471528
471528 databases/Makefile
471528 databases/cayley
471528 databases/cayley/Makefile
471528 databases/cayley/distinfo
471528 databases/cayley/pkg-descr
New port: databases/cayley: Open-source graph database

Number of commits found: 5

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