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Wed, 2 Oct 2013
[ 16:16 vg ] Original commit   Revision:329066
329066 benchmarks/nosqlbench/Makefile
329066 deskutils/conkyemail/Makefile
329066 deskutils/conkyemail/pkg-descr
329066 deskutils/conkyforecast/Makefile
329066 deskutils/conkyforecast/pkg-descr
329066 devel/lockfree-malloc/Makefile
329066 devel/lockfree-malloc/pkg-descr
329066 security/retranslator/Makefile
329066 security/retranslator/pkg-descr
329066 sysutils/dmg2img/Makefile

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- Changed tabs to spaces in  pkg-descr
- Changed MASTER_SITES

Approved by:	eadler (mentor)
Sun, 5 Aug 2012
[ 20:51 bdrewery ] Original commit 
302135 devel/Makefile
302135 devel/lockfree-malloc
302135 devel/lockfree-malloc/Makefile
302135 devel/lockfree-malloc/distinfo
302135 devel/lockfree-malloc/pkg-descr
lockfree-malloc is a scalable drop-in replacement for malloc/free.

* It's thread-friendly. It supports a practically-unlimited number of
  concurrent threads, without locking or performance degradation.
* It's efficient, especially in a multi-threaded environment. Compared to
  a stock libc allocator, we see a significant performance boost.
* It does NOT fragment or leak memory, unlike a stock libc allocator.
* It wastes less memory. For small objects (less than 8kb in size), the
  overhead is around 0 bytes. (!)
* It is designed from the ground-up for 64-bit architectures.
* It is elegant. The whole codebase is only around 800 lines of fairly
  clean C++. (!)
* It fully stand-alone; it does not rely on pthreads or libc at runtime.

PR:		ports/170324
Submitted by:	Veniamin Gvozdikov <g.veniamin@googlemail.com>
Approved by:	eadler (mentor)

Number of commits found: 2

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