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non port: databases/ip4r/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 8

Sat, 3 Aug 2019
[ 08:23 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:507936
507936 databases/ip4r/Makefile
507936 databases/ip4r/distinfo
507936 databases/ip4r/pkg-plist
databases/ip4r: Update to 2.4.1

This fixes the build with newer PostgreSQL versions.

Drop the IDXPATCH option.  The patch no longer applies.  Unfortunately
it was never upstreamed, its purpose is not clear, and the port no
longer has a maintainer to ask about this.

Changes:	https://github.com/RhodiumToad/ip4r/blob/2.4.1/README.ip4r
PR:		239514
Thu, 3 Aug 2017
[ 02:29 pi ] Original commit   Revision:447193
447193 databases/ip4r/Makefile
447193 databases/ip4r/distinfo
447193 databases/ip4r/pkg-descr
447193 databases/ip4r/pkg-plist
databases/ip4r: update 2.0 -> 2.2

- moved to github
- set LICENSE

PR:		219766
Changes:	https://github.com/RhodiumToad/ip4r
Submitted by:	Jov <amutu@amutu.com>
Approved by:	tobez (maintainer timeout)
Mon, 7 Jul 2014
[ 05:27 pi ] Original commit   Revision:361022
361022 databases/ip4r/Makefile
361022 databases/ip4r/distinfo
databases/ip4r: patch to prefer ip4r indexes over seq_scan on large datasets

- add option to prefer ip4r indexes over seq_scan on large datasets

PR:		190104
Submitted by:	michelle@sorbs.net
Approved by:	maintainer (timeout)
Mon, 3 Feb 2014
[ 13:52 tobez ] Original commit   Revision:342443
342443 databases/ip4r/Makefile
342443 databases/ip4r/distinfo
342443 databases/ip4r/pkg-descr
Update to 2.0 and take over maintainership.
Wed, 9 Mar 2011
[ 16:58 miwi ] Original commit 
1.9 databases/ip4r/Makefile
1.4 databases/ip4r/distinfo
- Update to 1.05

PR:             155272
Submitted by:   Ruslan Mahmatkhanov <cvs-src@yandex.ru>
Mon, 4 Feb 2008
[ 21:46 ade ] Original commit 
1.5 databases/ip4r/Makefile
1.3 databases/ip4r/distinfo
Update to 1.03
Mon, 29 Jan 2007
[ 23:25 ade ] Original commit 
1.4 databases/ip4r/Makefile
1.2 databases/ip4r/distinfo
Update to 1.01 for pgsql 8.2.x support
Sat, 7 Jan 2006
[ 00:28 ade ] Original commit 
1.480 databases/Makefile
1.1 databases/ip4r/Makefile
1.1 databases/ip4r/distinfo
1.1 databases/ip4r/pkg-descr
1.1 databases/ip4r/pkg-plist
IP4R is a contributed PostgreSQL module that embraces and extends the
existing 'inet' and 'cidr' built-in types, providing extra functionality
and simplicity to IPv4 address lookup within large-scale environments.

Number of commits found: 8

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