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Number of commits found: 5

Wed, 23 Oct 2002
[ 14:33 wjv ] Original commit 
1.30 databases/py-PyGreSQL/Makefile
1.7 databases/py-PyGreSQL/distinfo
1.7 databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/Makefile
1.1 databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/patch-configure
1.4 databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/patch-pgdb.py
1.1 databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/patch-src::interfaces::python::GNUmakefile
1.3 databases/py-PyGreSQL/pkg-comment
1.4 databases/py-PyGreSQL/pkg-descr
1.4 databases/py-PyGreSQL/pkg-plist
- Make this port a subport of databases/postgresql7, since the development of
  PyGreSQL has been folded into that of PostgreSQL itself.
- This update effectivly takes PyGreSQL to version 3.3, which is distributed
  with PostgreSQL 7.2.3.
- Byte-compile installed modules to ensure clean deinstallation.
- Install documentation under $DOCSDIR.
- Remove Makefile from $FILESDIR - not required anymore.
- Remove patch-pgdb.py - not required any longer.
- Add two patches to ensure installation is $PREFIX-clean.
- Update pkg-comment and pkg-descr to reflect the current status of the port.
Sat, 23 Feb 2002
[ 14:12 olgeni ] Original commit 
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/Makefile
Fix build with postgresql 7.2 (some .h files have moved).    
Wed, 25 Apr 2001
[ 14:20 nectar ] Original commit 
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/Makefile
PostGreSQL 7.1 can install in two places, either ${PREFIX} (hier(7)) or  
${PREFIX}/pgsql (old layout).  Adjust compiler flags so that headers and  
libraries are found in either case.    
Sat, 21 Apr 2001
[ 12:43 vanilla ] Original commit 
unknown databases/gtksql/Makefile
unknown databases/gtksql/files/patch-aa
unknown databases/gtksql/files/patch-postgres.c
unknown databases/p5-DBD-Pg/Makefile
unknown databases/p5-Pg/Makefile
unknown databases/pgaccess/Makefile
unknown databases/pgaccess/distinfo
unknown databases/pgaccess/pkg-plist
unknown databases/phppgadmin/Makefile
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/Makefile

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Fix include directory for postgresql7.1's new layout.    
Tue, 3 Oct 2000
[ 14:52 nectar ] Original commit 
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/Makefile
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/Makefile
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/files/md5
unknown databases/py-PyGreSQL/pkg/PLIST
Update 2.4 -> 3.0    

Number of commits found: 5

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