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netatalk-3.1 needs a patch to support volumes for timemachine #9

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Jan 30 20:06:36.808575 afpd[23901] {afp_config.c:202} (N:AFPDaemon): Netatalk AFP/TCP listening on 172.16.10.55:548
Jan 30 20:06:36.809413 afpd[23901] {fault.c:123} (S:Default): ===============================================================
Jan 30 20:06:36.809440 afpd[23901] {fault.c:124} (S:Default): INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 11 in pid 23901 (3.1.0)
Jan 30 20:06:36.809490 afpd[23901] {fault.c:125} (S:Default): ===============================================================
Jan 30 20:06:36.809713 afpd[23901] {fault.c:96} (S:Default): PANIC: internal error
Jan 30 20:06:36.809736 afpd[23901] {fault.c:97} (S:Default): BACKTRACE: 12 stack frames:
Jan 30 20:06:36.809754 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #0 /opt/local/lib/libatalk.so.12.0.0'netatalk_panic+0x2d [0xfef2928d]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809779 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #1 /opt/local/lib/libatalk.so.12.0.0'sig_fault+0x47 [0xfef29437]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809797 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #2 /lib/libc.so.1'__sighndlr+0x15 [0xfe7615c5]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809815 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #3 /lib/libc.so.1'call_user_handler+0x292 [0xfe755ff3]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809832 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #4 /lib/libc.so.1'strlen+0xb [0xfe6d1ecb]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809849 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #5 /lib/libc.so.1'vsnprintf+0x78 [0xfe72a048]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809873 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #6 /lib/libc.so.1'vasprintf+0x44 [0xfe7254c4]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809900 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #7 /lib/libc.so.1'asprintf+0x31 [0xfe7255e5]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809922 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #8 /opt/local/sbin/afpd'register_stuff+0xe9 [0x805bf09]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809941 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #9 /opt/local/sbin/afpd'configinit+0x58e [0x8059f2e]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809967 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #10 /opt/local/sbin/afpd'main+0x430 [0x8085910]
Jan 30 20:06:36.809986 afpd[23901] {fault.c:103} (S:Default):  #11 /opt/local/sbin/afpd'_start+0x83 [0x80596f3]
Jan 30 20:06:37.796329 netatalk[23886] {netatalk.c:227} (N:AFPDaemon): Restarting 'afpd' (restarts: 13)

the patch:
http://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/net/netatalk3/files/patch-etc_afpd_afp_mdns.c?revision=340612&view=markup

was found by @konobi

@mamash mamash referenced this issue from a commit
jihbed Changes
=======

0.5.1 (2014-02-02)
------------------
- Add mask option to shapes() function (#26).
- Add rasterio.insp interactive interpreter.

0.5 (2014-01-22)
----------------
- Access to shapes of raster features via GDALPolygonize (#20).
- Raster feature sieving (#21).
- Registration and de-registration of drivers via context managers (#22).

0.4 (2013-12-19)
----------------
- Add nodatavals property (#13).
- Allow nodata to be set when opening file to write (#17).

0.3 (2013-12-15)
----------------
- Drop six dependency (#9)
- Add crs_wkt attribute (#10).
- Add bounds attribute and ul() method (#11).
- Add block_windows property (#7).
- Enable windowed reads and writes (#6).
- Use row,column ordering in window tuples as in Numpy (#13).
- Add documentation on windowed reading and writing.

0.2 (2013-11-24)
----------------
- Band indexes start at 1 (#2).
- Decimation or replication of pixels on read and write (#3).
- Add rasterio.copy() (#5).

0.1 (2013-11-07)
----------------
- Reading and writing of GeoTIFFs, with examples.
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@mamash mamash referenced this issue from a commit
othyro Update to version 2.5, released six days ago. Previous version was eight
years old. Update WRKSRC, MASTER_SITES, PKGNAME. Set LICENSE. We need LLGPL
in licenses/ at some point. From NEWS (see Changelog for details):

* 2.5 (April 2014)

** Backend improvements

*** Clozure CL

**** `slime-set-default-directory' now calls chdir
This propagates its effects to subprocesses.

*** Allegro CL

**** swank-compile-string no longer binds *default-pathname-defaults*
This was inconsistent with the behaviour of other backends and caused
strange issues with SYS:TEMPORARY-DIRECTORY.

**** Improved source file recording
Whenever possible interactive definition compilation is mapped to the
actual source file rather than the buffer name to avoid breakage when
the the buffer name changes or is closed.

** SLIME Trace Dialog

*** (Un)Tracing a definition automatically updates the trace status

** slime-repl

*** Inspecting * in REPL no longer inspects ** (issue #137)

** slime-autodoc

*** Multiline arglists in `slime-autodoc' no longer imply a newline (issue #7)

** Core Bugfixes

*** SWANK port file name defined in more portable fashion
Bug reported by Mirko Vukovic on slime-devel.

*** inferior-lisp-program can now hold paths with spaces (issue #116)

* 2.4 (March 2014)

** New contrib SLIME Trace Dialog included in `slime-fancy'
Interactive interface to tracing functions and methods. See manual for
details.

** New contrib `slime-fancy-trace', included in `slime-fancy'
If your implementation allows it, trace complex method signatures,
labels, etc...

** New options in `slime-cl-indent.el' used by the `slime-indentation' contrib
New variables are `lisp-loop-body-forms-indentation' and
`lisp-loop-body-forms-indentation'.

** New command `sldb-copy-down-to-repl' bound to M-RET in debugger
Copies the frame variable under point to the REPL, much as
`slime-inspector-copy-down-to-repl' does.

** New command `slime-delete-package'

** UTF8 encoding
SLIME now uses only UTF8 to encode strings on the wire.  Customization
variables like `slime-net-coding-system' or `swank:*coding-system*' are
now useless.

** Setup recipe
In preparation for a more decentralized approach to SLIME contribs,
the setup recipe has been slightly changed, hopefully in a backwards
compatible way. Calling `slime-setup' is no longer required. Instead,
the `slime-contribs' variable can be customized with a list of
contribs to be loaded when `M-x slime' is first executed. See section
`8.1 Loading Contrib Packages' of the SLIME Manual for more details.

** Bugfixes and stability improvements since the move to Github

*** Issue #9: new REPL output respectes existing REPL results or presentations.

*** Issue #17: TAB no longer freezes the REPL in "read-mode"

*** Issue #42: compiles on Emacs 24

*** Issue #43: `just-one-space' no longer breaks REPL

*** Issue #34: "Error in timer" error when starting slime on emacs24

*** Printing conditions is now a bit safer in the debugger (git:bafeb86)

*** Fix undo behavior in the REPL (git:af354d7)
Previously, undo would obliterate previous prompts.

*** Fix REPL type-ahead behaviour when presentations active (git:38a1826)
Input typed before your lisp responds is appended to the result when it arrives.

*** Fix package and dir synch when no process buffer (git:dc88935)
Sometimes process buffer has been killed, but connection is still active.

*** M-p on any part of the REPL buffer no longer errors (git:dc88935)

*** slime-presentations can be enabled in inspector (git:647c3c3, 2f57b34)
Set `slime-inspector-insert-ispec-function' to
`slime-presentation-inspector-insert-ispec' to use them.

*** M-. on a presentation on the REPL now longer errors
This happened when `slime-presentations' was enabled, either by itself
or by `slime-fancy'.

*** M-. on the first position of a *slime-apropos* buffer no longer fails.
This happened with the `slime-fancy-inspector.el' contrib.

*** RET on no part in *inspector* buffer no longer errors

*** slime-repsentations properly recognized when at very beginning of buffer
Fix by Attila Lendvai

*** Avoid loading `swank-asdf.lisp' if there's a good chance it will break SWANK
`swank-asdf.lisp' aborts the connection if it finds an old ASDF version.

*** In ABCL, `slime-describe-function' now works for both macros and functions.

** SLIME builds on Travis CI
See https://travis-ci.org/slime/slime for the build status and history.

** Testing framework refactored to use ERT
`def-slime-test' creates regular ERT tests. `define-slime-ert-test' is
a lighter convenience macro which automatically sets some tags for the
new tests.

** Top-level Makefile
For hackers or users using the latest version, there is now a
top-level Makefile. Use "make help" to learn about targets.

** Moved to Github
SLIME now lives in Github. The documentation and the README.md file
were updated. HACKING was renamed to CONTRIBUTING.md and updated with
Github specific instructions.

** Bugfixes and stability improvements
Since the last release and before move to Github, many bugfixes and
other changes were commited, too many to list here. See Changelog for
details.

* 2.3 (October 2011)

** REPL no longer loaded by default
SLIME has a REPL which communicates exclusively over SLIME's socket.
This REPL is no longer loaded by default.  The default REPL is now the
one by the Lisp implementation in the *inferior-lisp* buffer.  The
simplest way to enable the old REPL is:

  (slime-setup '(slime-repl))

** Precise source tracking in Clozure CL
Recent versions of the CCL compiler support source-location tracking.
This makes the sldb-show-source command much more useful and M-. works
better too.

** Environment variables for Lisp process
slime-lisp-implementations can be used to specify a list of strings to
augment the process environment of the Lisp process.  E.g.:

    (sbcl-cvs
     ("/home/me/sbcl-cvs/src/runtime/sbcl"
      "--core" "/home/me/sbcl-cvs/output/sbcl.core")
     :env ("SBCL_HOME=/home/me/sbcl-cvs/contrib/"))

* 2.1

** Removed Features
Some of the more esoteric features, like presentations or fuzzy
completion, are no longer enabled by default.  A new directory
"contrib/" contains the code for these packages.  To use them, you
must make some changes to your ~/.emacs.  For details see, section
"Contributed Packages" in the manual.

** Stepper
Juho Snellman implemented stepping commands for SBCL.

** Completions
SLIME can now complete keywords and character names (like #\newline).
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@mamash mamash referenced this issue from a commit
thomasklausner Import calibre-2.1.0 as wip/calibre.
calibre is a ebook library management application. Its features are
divided into the following categories:

* Library Management
* Format conversion (all major ebook formats can be converted from)
* Syncing to ebook reader devices
* Fetching news from the web and converting it into ebook form
* Viewing many different ebook formats
* Giving you access to your book collection over the internet using
  just a browser

TODO:

README claims qt5-5.3.x and py-qt5-5.3.x are needed, pkgsrc contains 5.2.x.

ebook-viewer dumps core for me:

#0  0x00007f7fe3dcfca0 in JSC::Yarr::checkSyntax(WTF::String const&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libQt5Qml.so.5
#1  0x00007f7fd9c89d5c in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseMemberExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#2  0x00007f7fd9c8ceba in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseAssignmentExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#3  0x00007f7fd9c8949b in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseMemberExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#4  0x00007f7fd9c8d8c8 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseAssignmentExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#5  0x00007f7fd9c8ec86 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#6  0x00007f7fd9ca7963 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseExpressionOrLabelStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#7  0x00007f7fd9c8fb4c in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&, JSC::Identifier const*&, unsigned int*) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#8  0x00007f7fd9ca52b7 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::SourceElements JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseSourceElements<(JSC::SourceElementsMode)1, JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#9  0x00007f7fd9c8fb0e in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&, JSC::Identifier const*&, unsigned int*) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#10 0x00007f7fd9c8f802 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseForStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#11 0x00007f7fd9c8fce5 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&, JSC::Identifier const*&, unsigned int*) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#12 0x00007f7fd9c8ffcf in JSC::SyntaxChecker::SourceElements JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseSourceElements<(JSC::SourceElementsMode)0, JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#13 0x00007f7fd9ca4cb2 in bool JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseFunctionInfo<(JSC::FunctionRequirements)0, false, JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&, JSC::Identifier const*&, JSC::SyntaxChecker::FormalParameterList&, JSC::SyntaxChecker::FunctionBody&, unsigned int&, unsigned int&, int&, unsigned int&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#14 0x00007f7fd9c88f18 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseMemberExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#15 0x00007f7fd9c8ceba in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Expression JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseAssignmentExpression<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#16 0x00007f7fd9c8e542 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseVarDeclaration<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#17 0x00007f7fd9c8fcd5 in JSC::SyntaxChecker::Statement JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseStatement<JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&, JSC::Identifier const*&, unsigned int*) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#18 0x00007f7fd9c8ffcf in JSC::SyntaxChecker::SourceElements JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseSourceElements<(JSC::SourceElementsMode)0, JSC::SyntaxChecker>(JSC::SyntaxChecker&) ()
   from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1
#19 0x00007f7fd9c91c5d in bool JSC::Parser<JSC::Lexer<unsigned short> >::parseFunctionInfo<(JSC::FunctionRequirements)0, false, JSC::ASTBuilder>(JSC::ASTBuilder&, JSC::Identifier const*&, JSC::ASTBuilder::FormalParameterList&, JSC::ASTBuilder::FunctionBody&, unsigned int&, unsigned int&, int&, unsigned int&) () from /usr/pkg/qt5/lib/libJavaScriptCore.so.1

Side effect of the above?
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