notbugAs an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Want a good read? Try FreeBSD Mastery: Jails (IT Mastery Book 15)
Want a good monitor light? See my photosAll times are UTC
Ukraine
This referral link gives you 10% off a Fastmail.com account and gives me a discount on my Fastmail account.

Get notified when packages are built

A new feature has been added. FreshPorts already tracks package built by the FreeBSD project. This information is displayed on each port page. You can now get an email when FreshPorts notices a new package is available for something on one of your watch lists. However, you must opt into that. Click on Report Subscriptions on the right, and New Package Notification box, and click on Update.

Finally, under Watch Lists, click on ABI Package Subscriptions to select your ABI (e.g. FreeBSD:14:amd64) & package set (latest/quarterly) combination for a given watch list. This is what FreshPorts will look for.

non port: lang/python26/files/patch-Python_thread__pthread.h

Number of commits found: 4

Friday, 17 May 2013
04:17 rm search for other commits by this committer
- update to latest upstream versions:
  . lang/python27: 2.7.3 -> 2.7.5
  . lang/python32: 3.2.3 -> 3.2.4
  . lang/python33: 3.3.0 -> 3.3.1
- update Mk/bsd.python.mk with new versions
- mark lang/python26 and lang/python31 as deprecated (set them to
  upstream EoL dates)
- update docs (lang/python-doc-html)
- align databases/py-bsddb patch for python27 - most of it was applied
  upstream. Raise BDB version to 4.3 atleast, according to
  upstream requirements.

Many thanks to Martin (miwi) for his time on this update.

PR:		178506
Submitted by:	rm (myself)
Exp-run by:	    portmgr (miwi)

- revert erroneous threads patch in lang/python26 and lang/python27,
  that was added after ports/131080. It was rejected upstream, because it's
  not actually a bug, but misuse.

  Gabor Pali (pgj) in collaboration with Kubilay Kocak (koobs) did an
  independent investigation regard the issue. See here for details:

  http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-python/2013-April/005376.html

PR:	    153167
Submitted by:	Duncan Findlay <duncan@duncf.ca>
Reported by:	pgj/koobs (at python@ ML)
Exp-run by:     portmgr (miwi)
Original commitRevision:318353 
Sunday, 12 Sep 2010
09:07 wen search for other commits by this committer
- Update to 2.6.6
Original commit
Saturday, 14 Mar 2009
09:33 bms search for other commits by this committer
Add support for building Python against GNU Portable Threads (Pth),
and also add experimental support for POSIX semaphores in FreeBSD
7-STABLE and up. The option knobs PTH and SEM respectively are
added to enable this behaviour.

Python is able to use POSIX semaphores for thread synchronization
in threading, and prefers them.
The multiprocessing module in Python 2.6 requires POSIX semaphores,
however, the FreeBSD rtld and malloc need further work to allow
a process to call pthread_create() immediately after fork() as it is
not something allowed by a strict interpretation of the POSIX specs;
therefore allow GNU Pth to be used until the situation is resolved.

Approved by:    miwi
Original commit
Friday, 27 Feb 2009
01:25 sobomax search for other commits by this committer
Make sure the singal is delivered to the main thread, where python
runs its signal handlers, not to a random thread that happens to be
executing at the time when signal arrives. This functionality has been
lost since Python 2.3, possible cause is that the linux implementation
of POSIX threads always delivered signal to the main thread. This
bug results in rather annoying inability to terminate threading script
with ^C for example and there could be other issues as well.

Bump PORTREVISION.

PR:             ports/131080
Submitted by:   Andriy Pylypenko <bamby@sippysoft.com>
Approved by:    MAINTAINER's timeout
Original commit

Number of commits found: 4