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Number of commits found: 3

Fri, 16 Jan 2015
[ 12:02 ale ] Original commit   Revision:377169
377169 devel/pecl-qb/Makefile
377169 devel/pecl-qb/distinfo
377169 devel/pecl-qb/files
377169 devel/pecl-qb/files/extra-patch-libmissing
377169 devel/pecl-qb/files/patch-config.m4
Update to 2.4.0 release, supporting php 5.6.
Tue, 13 May 2014
[ 14:34 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:353953
353953 devel/pecl-qb/Makefile
353953 devel/pecl-qb/distinfo
- Update to 2.2.0

Changes:	http://pecl.php.net/package-changelog.php?package=qb
PR:		ports/189671
Submitted by:	Gasol Wu <gasol.wu@gmail.com> (maintainer)
Mon, 24 Mar 2014
[ 12:32 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:348972
348972 devel/Makefile
348972 devel/pecl-qb
348972 devel/pecl-qb/Makefile
348972 devel/pecl-qb/distinfo
348972 devel/pecl-qb/pkg-descr
- Add pecl-qb 2.1.1

QB stands for Quick Binary. It's a PHP extension designed to enable faster
handling of binary data. It takes a function written in PHP and translate it
for a specialized virtual machine. The use of static type information leads
significantly higher performance than under PHP regular dynamic type system.
A PHP+QB function can run anywhere from five to twenty times faster than
regular PHP code. For even higher level of performance, one can compile PHP+QB
functions to native code (on supported platforms).

QB performs code translation on a per-function basis. It does not affect in
anyway code not specially marked. Interaction between PHP+QB functions and
regular PHP code is basically seamless. A key design objective of QB is to
let developers harness greater processing power than what baseline PHP offers
without the risk involved in adopting a brand new platform.

WWW: http://pecl.php.net/package/qb/

PR:		ports/187651
Submitted by:	Gasol Wu <gasol.wu@gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 3

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