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[ 17:11 ngie ] Original commit 
py-mock 3.0.5 devel files touched by this commit Rolling backport of unittest.mock for all Pythons
Upgrade devel/py-mock from 2.0.0 to 3.0.5 and fix "make test" target

Version 3.0.5 includes multiple bugfixes and such for the backport library
that will aid in writing tests where the environment doesn't contain

In order to ensure that the code actually works, I needed to run the tests.
This required working around
by pulling the sources from the GitHub project that correspond with the
release tag, as the source tarball tagged for the release doesn't contain the
tests (prior to this change it would run 0 tests with `make test`, because
there weren't any).

Remove an unnecessary build dependency while here: pbr is no longer needed to
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[ 23:34 ngie ] Original commit 
lutok 0.4_7 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Backport patch to fix error check with access(3) failures

The code was not properly checking the failure from access(3).

Backport the patch from GitHub (made after the 0.4 release) which fixes this

Bump PORTREVISION for the change.

PR:		237459
Reviewed by:	asomers, jmmv
Approved by:	jmmv (maintainer)
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Mon, 4 Mar 2019
[ 21:51 ngie ] Original commit 
googletest 1.8.1_2 devel files touched by this commit Framework for writing C++ tests on a variety of platforms
devel/googletest: require libpthread

As noted by @asomers in rS300906 (`cddl/usr.sbin/zfsd/tests/Makefile`
specifically), googletest requires libpthread in order to function, if
`-DGTEST_HAS_PTHREAD` is defined.

While this is true, the code was not being linked against libpthread,
resulting in libgtest being broken, and thus all tests reliant on the library
broken at runtime.

Adding `LIBS+= -lpthread` unbreaks the tests that use pthread support

PR:		236169
Reviewed by:	jbeich
Approved by:	jbeich (maintainer)
Differential Revision:
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