Notes from UPDATING 
These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING
 20171130
Affects: */py* Author: mat@FreeBSD.org Reason:
Ports using Python via USES=python are now flavored. All the py3* ports
have been removed and folded into their py* master ports.
People using Poudriere 3.2+ and binary packages do not have to do anything.
For other people, to build the Python 3.6 version of, for example,
databases/pygdbm, you need to run:
# make FLAVOR=py36 install

Number of commits found: 6
Commit History  (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details) 
Date  By  Description 
17 Feb 2020 19:43:41 0.2.2

sunpoet 
Update to 0.2.2
Changes: https://github.com/janmue/geometer/blob/master/docs/changelog.rst 
04 Feb 2020 17:55:02 0.2.1

sunpoet 
Update to 0.2.1
Changes: https://github.com/janmue/geometer/blob/master/docs/changelog.rst 
25 Sep 2019 20:41:50 0.2.0

sunpoet 
Update to 0.2.0
Changes: https://github.com/janmue/geometer/blob/master/docs/changelog.rst 
03 Aug 2019 20:56:14 0.1.2_1

sunpoet 
Use PYNUMPY 
26 Jul 2019 20:46:57 0.1.2_1

gerald 
Bump PORTREVISION for ports depending on the canonical version of GCC
as defined in Mk/bsd.defaultversions.mk which has moved from GCC 8.3
to GCC 9.1 under most circumstances now after revision 507371.
This includes ports
 with USE_GCC=yes or USE_GCC=any,
 with USES=fortran,
 using Mk/bsd.octave.mk which in turn features USES=fortran, and
 with USES=compiler specifying openmp, nestedfct, c11, c++0x, c++11lang,
c++11lib, c++14lang, c++17lang, or gccc++11lib
plus, everything INDEX11 shows with a dependency on lang/gcc9 now.
PR: 238330 
17 Mar 2019 18:21:40 0.1.2

sunpoet 
Add pygeometer 0.1.2
Geometer is a geometry library for Python 3 that uses projective geometry and
numpy for fast geometric computation. In projective geometry every point in 2D
is represented by a threedimensional vector and every point in 3D is
represented by a fourdimensional vector. This has the following advantages:
There are points at infinity that can be treated just like normal points.
 Projective transformations are described by matrices but they can also
represent affine transformations i.e. also translations.
 Every two lines have a unique point of intersection if they lie in the same
plane. Parallel lines have a point of intersection at infinity.
 Points of intersection, planes or lines through given points can be calculated
using simple cross products or tensor diagrams.
 Special complex points at infinity and cross ratios can be used to calculate
angles and to construct perpendicular geometric structures.
 Most of the computation in the library done via tensor diagrams (using
numpy.einsum).
WWW: https://github.com/janmue/geometer 
Number of commits found: 6

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