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non port: databases/pgloader3/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 3

Fri, 22 Jun 2018
[ 08:28 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:473023
473023 databases/ora2pg/Makefile
473023 databases/pgFormatter/Makefile
473023 databases/pg_dirtyread/Makefile
473023 databases/pg_repack/Makefile
473023 databases/pgloader3/Makefile
473023 databases/plpgsql_check/Makefile
473023 databases/postgres-xl/Makefile
473023 databases/postgresql-cstore_fdw/Makefile
473023 databases/postgresql-mysql_fdw/Makefile
473023 databases/postgresql-orafce/Makefile

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Correction to r473019: Revert the unintended change to the 'Created by' headers.
[ 08:04 yuri ] Original commit   Revision:473019
473019 archivers/dpkg/Makefile
473019 archivers/lzma/Makefile
473019 databases/ora2pg/Makefile
473019 databases/pgFormatter/Makefile
473019 databases/pg_dirtyread/Makefile
473019 databases/pg_repack/Makefile
473019 databases/pgloader3/Makefile
473019 databases/plpgsql_check/Makefile
473019 databases/postgres-xl/Makefile
473019 databases/postgresql-cstore_fdw/Makefile

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Reset MAINTAINER on ports maintained by amutu@amutu.com

Based on the new policy of all maintained ports reset
when maintaner is absent for 3 months.

Bug#226400 for science/py-tensorflow is ignored since 2018-03-06 (3+ months).
portscout database indicates that 48.94% of his ports aren't updated.
Mon, 7 Aug 2017
[ 13:46 tz ] Original commit   Revision:447494
447494 databases/Makefile
447494 databases/pgloader3
447494 databases/pgloader3/Makefile
447494 databases/pgloader3/distinfo
447494 databases/pgloader3/files
447494 databases/pgloader3/files/patch-Makefile
447494 databases/pgloader3/files/patch-pgloader__wrapper.sh
447494 databases/pgloader3/pkg-descr
New port: databases/pgloader3

Pgloader loads data into PostgreSQL using the COPY streaming protocol,and
doing so with separate threads for reading and writing data.Asynchronous
IO,compiled to the metal programming language.
pgloader knows how to read data from MySQL,SQLite or dBase databases,and
knows how to discover the schema and properly cast data types over.It also
knows how to read CSV files in several definitions of CSV,and fixed columns
files.

WWW: http://pgloader.io

PR:           219165
Submitted by: Jov <amutu@amutu.com>

Number of commits found: 3

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