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Number of commits found: 7

Wed, 8 May 2019
[ 20:52 swills ] Original commit   Revision:501054
501054 devel/fstrm/Makefile
501054 devel/fstrm/distinfo
501054 devel/fstrm/files
devel/fstrm: upgrade to 0.5.0

PR:		237799
Submitted by:	Leo Vandewoestijne <freebsd@dns.company> (maintainer)
Wed, 16 May 2018
[ 17:04 truckman ] Original commit   Revision:470130
470130 devel/fstrm/Makefile
470130 devel/fstrm/distinfo
470130 devel/fstrm/files
470130 devel/fstrm/files/patch-src_fstrm__replay.c
470130 devel/fstrm/pkg-plist
Upgrade the devel/fstrm port from version 0.3.2 to 0.4.0:

  * Added manual pages for fstrm_capture and fstrm_dump.

  * Added new tool, fstrm_replay, for replaying saved Frame Streams data
    to a socket connection.

  * Adds TCP support. Add tcp_writer to the core library which
    implements a bi-directional Frame Streams writer as a TCP socket
    client. Introduces new developer API: fstrm_tcp_writer_init,
    fstrm_tcp_writer_options_init, fstrm_tcp_writer_options_destroy,
    fstrm_tcp_writer_options_set_socket_address, and
    fstrm_tcp_writer_options_set_socket_port.

  * fstrm_capture: new options for reading from TCP socket.
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Fri, 28 Apr 2017
[ 21:01 truckman ] Original commit   Revision:439675
439675 devel/fstrm/Makefile
439675 devel/fstrm/distinfo
Upgrade fstrm to version 0.3.2:

 * Accomodate systems without pthread_condattr_setclock (Issue #34)

PR:		218554
Approved by:	Leo Vandewoestijne <freebsd@dns-lab.com> (maintainer)
Sponsored by:	Farsight Security, Inc.
Fri, 24 Feb 2017
[ 23:24 truckman ] Original commit   Revision:434757
434757 devel/fstrm/Makefile
434757 devel/fstrm/distinfo
Upgrade devel/fstrm to version 0.3.1:
  * Add support for '-' as a filename for stdin/stdout (PR #28)

  * destroy condition variable and mutexes in fstrm_iothr_destroy() (PR #25)

Set INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip to pacify stage Q/A.

PR:		217184
Approved by:	Leo Vandewoestijne <freebsd@dns-lab.com> (maintainer)
Sponsored by:	Farsight Security, Inc.
Thu, 27 Oct 2016
[ 11:17 jbeich ] Original commit   Revision:424758
424758 devel/fstrm/Makefile
424758 devel/fstrm/distinfo
devel/fstrm: update to 0.3.0

Changes:	https://github.com/farsightsec/fstrm/releases/tag/v0.3.0
PR:		213829
Submitted by:	Leo Vandewoestijne (maintainer)
Tue, 28 Apr 2015
[ 18:44 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:384932
384932 Mk/bsd.port.mk
384932 archivers/liblz4/distinfo
384932 astro/gpxloggerd/distinfo
384932 audio/gogglesmm/distinfo
384932 benchmarks/smhasher/distinfo
384932 comms/dump1090_mr/distinfo
384932 databases/php5-redis/distinfo
384932 devel/editline/distinfo
384932 devel/fstrm/distinfo
384932 devel/hub/distinfo

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USE_GITHUB: For the new support, fix DISTNAME to be more consistent.

When using GH_TAGNAME the DISTNAME would have GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT in
it. When not using GH_TAGNAME it would not have this. Now both cases
will add in the GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT.

Add special care to ensure that the DISTVERSION is not added in twice. If
a port does GH_TAGNAME=v${PORTVERSION} it will be added in twice though. For
that case DISTVERSIONPREFIX=v should be set and no GH_TAGNAME should be used.

empty() is used rather than (!defined || !${}) to support fmake.

The purpose of setting DISTNAME at all in these cases is to make it more clear
that the distfile is from *GITHUB* and to avoid collisions if a project were
to be renamed or moved. Without adding in GH_PROJECT and GH_ACCOUNT then there
are real risks that collisions on filenames would happen on renamed or moved
projects, which is fairly common. A GITHUB-generated file may not match
a custom-rolled or git-archive-rolled distfile.

PR:		199069
With hat:	portmgr
Testing done:	All USE_GITHUB ports without GH_COMMIT were
checksum/fetch/extract/WRKSRC tested.
Thu, 9 Apr 2015
[ 14:45 robak ] Original commit   Revision:383649
383649 devel/Makefile
383649 devel/fstrm
383649 devel/fstrm/Makefile
383649 devel/fstrm/distinfo
383649 devel/fstrm/pkg-descr
383649 devel/fstrm/pkg-plist
devel/fstrm: NEW PORT - Implementation of the Frame Streams data transport
protocol in C

fstrm is an optimized C implementation of Frame Streams that
includes a fast, lockless circular queue implementation
and exposes library interfaces for setting up a dedicated
Frame Streams I/O thread and asynchronously submitting data
frames for transport from worker threads. It was originally
written to facilitate the addition of high speed binary
logging to DNS servers written in C using the dnstap
log format.

WWW: https://github.com/farsightsec/fstrm

PR:		199292
Submitted by:	Leo Vandewoestijne <freebsd@dns-lab.com>

Number of commits found: 7

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