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Number of commits found XX: 5

Mon, 24 May 2010
[ 21:52 pgj ] Original commit 
1.2146 MOVED
1.237 archivers/Makefile
1.10 archivers/hs-zip-archive-ghc/Makefile
1.5 archivers/hs-zip-archive-ghc/distinfo
1.2 archivers/hs-zip-archive-ghc/pkg-descr
1.6 archivers/hs-zip-archive-ghc/pkg-plist
1.11 archivers/hs-zip-archive/Makefile
1.18 deskutils/checkrdf/Makefile
1.3938 devel/Makefile
1.3 devel/cvs2darcs/Makefile

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Rename the following Haskell ports to bring them in sync with the
HackageDB:

  archivers/hs-zip-archive-ghc -> archivers/hs-zip-archive
  devel/hs-binary-ghc -> devel/hs-binary
  devel/darcs -> devel/hs-darcs
  devel/hs-language-c-ghc -> devel/hs-language-c
  devel/hs-lazysmallcheck-ghc -> devel/hs-lazysmallcheck
  devel/hs-pcre-light-ghc -> devel/hs-pcre-light
  devel/hs-utf8-string-ghc -> devel/hs-utf8-string
  graphics/hs-HGL-ghc -> graphics/hs-HGL
  ports-mgmt/porte -> ports-mgmt/hs-porte
  security/hs-digest-ghc -> security/hs-digest
  textproc/hs-haxml -> textproc/hs-HaXml
  textproc/hs-highlighting-kate-ghc -> textproc/hs-highlighting-kate
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Tue, 15 Dec 2009
[ 20:06 pgj ] Original commit 
1.8 devel/hs-binary-ghc/Makefile
1.4 devel/hs-binary-ghc/distinfo
- Update to 0.5.0.2
Sat, 14 Mar 2009
[ 15:17 pgj ] Original commit 
1.5 devel/hs-binary-ghc/Makefile
1.3 devel/hs-binary-ghc/distinfo
- Update to 0.5.0.1

Approved by:    tabthorpe
Fri, 6 Mar 2009
[ 19:43 pgj ] Original commit 
1.4 devel/hs-binary-ghc/Makefile
1.2 devel/hs-binary-ghc/distinfo
1.3 devel/hs-binary-ghc/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.5

Approved by:    tabthorpe
Sun, 21 Dec 2008
[ 11:23 pgj ] Original commit 
1.3293 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/hs-binary-ghc/Makefile
1.1 devel/hs-binary-ghc/distinfo
1.1 devel/hs-binary-ghc/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/hs-binary-ghc/pkg-plist
Efficient, pure binary serialisation using lazy ByteStrings. Haskell
values may be encoded to and from binary formats, written to disk as
binary, or sent over the network. Serialisation speeds of over 1 G/sec
have been observed, so this library should be suitable for high
performance scenarios.

WWW: http://code.haskell.org/binary/

PR:             ports/129678
Submitted by:   pgj
Approved by:    miwi

Number of commits found XX: 5

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