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Tue, 8 Aug 2017
[ 17:21 tcberner ] Original commit   Revision:447548
447548 MOVED
447548 Mk/Scripts/check_leftovers.sh
447548 UPDATING
447548 archivers/hs-tar/Makefile
447548 archivers/hs-tar/distinfo
447548 archivers/hs-zip-archive/Makefile
447548 archivers/hs-zip-archive/distinfo
447548 archivers/hs-zlib-bindings/Makefile
447548 archivers/hs-zlib-enum/Makefile
447548 archivers/hs-zlib-enum/files

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- Update The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compiler to version 8.0.2
- Simplified port by only suporting GCC, and creating a build.mk file
- Update Pandoc to 1.19.2.1
- Update git-annex to 6.20170520
- Update Darcs to 2.12.5
- Update Gtk2Hs to 0.13.2.2
- Update Agda to 2.5.2

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Mon, 26 Jan 2015
[ 02:42 pgj ] Original commit   Revision:377910
377910 www/hs-snap-server/files
377910 www/hs-snap-server/files/patch-snap-server.cabal
- Fix build with HsOpenSSL support enabled

Obtained from:	FreeBSD Haskell
Mon, 13 Feb 2012
[ 05:50 pgj ] Original commit 
1.2 www/hs-snap-server/Makefile
1.2 www/hs-snap-server/distinfo
1.2 www/hs-snap-server/files/patch-snap-server.cabal
- Update to 0.7.0.1

Obtained from:  FreeBSD Haskell
Sat, 13 Aug 2011
[ 23:26 pgj ] Original commit 
1.51 lang/ghc/bsd.hackage.mk
1.2950 www/Makefile
1.1 www/hs-snap-server/Makefile
1.1 www/hs-snap-server/distinfo
1.1 www/hs-snap-server/files/patch-snap-server.cabal
1.1 www/hs-snap-server/pkg-descr
Snap is a simple and fast web development framework and server written in
Haskell. For more information or to download the latest version, you can visit
the Snap project website.

The Snap HTTP server is a high performance, epoll-enabled, iteratee-based web
server library written in Haskell. Together with the "snap-core" library upon
which it depends, it provides a clean and efficient Haskell programming
interface to the HTTP protocol.

Higher-level facilities for building web applications (like user/session
management, component interfaces, data modeling, etc.) are planned but not
yet implemented, so this release will mostly be of interest for those who:

* need a fast and minimal HTTP API at roughly the same level of abstraction
  as Java servlets, or

* are interested in contributing to the Snap Framework project.

WWW:    http://snapframework.com/

Obtained from:  FreeBSD Haskell

Number of commits found: 4

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