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  1. Updated lang/python27 to 2.7.9nb1

    snj authored
  2. Fix with patch from that URL.

    snj authored
    Bump PKGREVISION to 1.
  3. Add default off shlib option for building PIC & installing shared lib…

    tnn authored
    …LLVM libs.
    I will spin this off to a libLLVM package when we have a ready use case for it.
    Packages that may want to use libLLVM are for example MesaLib and OpenJDK.
  4. + hs-base-unicode-symbols

    pho authored
  5. Import hs-base-unicode-symbols- from wip

    pho authored
    This package defines new symbols for a number of functions and
    operators in the base package.
    All symbols are documented with their actual definition and
    information regarding their Unicode code point. They should be
    completely interchangeable with their definitions.
  6. Updated graphics/gnuplot to 5.0.0

    mef authored
  7. (pkgsrc)

    mef authored
      - Two targets added, post-build: and post-install:,
        to build gnuplot.pdf (which was in 4.6.6 PLIST),
        and two dependency for above process. Thanks gdt@ for comment.
      - Update 4.6.6 to 5.0.0
    		GNUPLOT Version 5.0 Release Notes
    Gnuplot version 5 contains significant new capabilities and enhancements.
    The most recent previous release was 4.6 patchlevel 6 (4.6.6).
    Please see the NEWS file for bugfixes and minor changes to version 5.0
    applied after feedback on release candidates -rc1, -rc2, and -rc3.
    Release Notes date: 31 December 2014
    * New plot styles "with parallelaxes" and labeled contours.
    * New coordinate system (Degrees, Minutes, Seconds) "set xdata geographic".
    * The "fit" command can now handle functions with up to 12 variables, and
      can take into account errors on x as well as errors on dependent variables.
      Final covariance terms are stored in user-accessible variables.
      Fitting options are now controlled by the command "set fit ..." rather than
      by environmental variables.
    * The interpretation of columns in a "fit" command depends on new keywords
      "error", "xyerror", "zerror".  In most cases the program can also recognize
      version 4 syntax (no error keyword but last column contains zerror).
    * The dot/dash pattern of a line can now be controlled independently
      from other line properties using the keyword "dashtype".
    * The default color of individual line types can be changed using
      "set linetype" (introduced in 4.6). In version 5 a default overall color
      sequence can be selected using "set colors {default|classic|podo}".
      The "classic" sequence is red/green/blue/magenta/cyan/yellow as used by
      older gnuplot versions.  The default and podo colors are chosen to be
      more easily distinguished in print and in particular by people with color
      vision problems.
    * Text markup now supports bold and italic font settings in addition to
      the subscript, superscript, font size and other options previously
      provided by the "enhanced text" mode.  This mode is now the default.
    * Command scripts may place in-line data in a named data block for
      repeated plotting.
    * Bit shift operators << and >>
    * RGB colors can include an alpha-channel for transparency.
           # ARGBcolor = (Alpha << 24) + (Red << 16) + (Green << 8) + Blue
    * Secondary axes (x2, y2) can be locked to the primary axis via a mapping
      function.  In the simplest case this guarantees that the primary and
      secondary axis ranges are identical.  In the general case it allows you
      to define a non-linear axis, something that previously was only possible
      for the special case of log scaling.
    * The "import" command attaches a user-defined function name to a
      function provided by an extenal shared object (i.e. a plugin library).
    * Previous commands in the history list of an interactive session can be
      reexecuted by number.  For example "history !5" will reexecute the
      command numbered 5 in the list reported by "history".
    * Hypertext labels in the interactive terminals including web display
      using the HTML canvas or svg terminals.
    Many other additions are described in the "New Features" section of the
    Gnuplot development assigns very high priority to backward compatibility
    with earlier versions.  For example any command script that worked in
    version 4.0 is expected to continue to work for all version 4 releases
    including the most recent one (4.6.6).  However changes introduced in
    version 5 can affect the operation of some version 4 scripts.
    A brief summary of potentially incompatible changes is given here.
    * Earlier versions of gnuplot used the keyword "linetype" to mean both
      the color and the solid/dot/dash pattern of a line.  Version 5 has
      separate keywords "linecolor" and "dashtype".  You can use these keywords
      directly in a plot command or assign any desired color and a dash pattern
      to a linetype.  The program now provides a default set of 8 linetypes, all solid.
      You can change these or add new linetypes as you please. You do not need
      to change the current terminal or terminal mode in order to use dashed lines.
    * The handling of input data containing NaN, Inf, an inconsistent number of
      data columns, or other unexpected content has changed. See documentation
      under "missing" for examples and figures.
    * Time coordinates are stored internally as the number of seconds relative
      to the standard unix epoch 1-Jan-1970.  Earlier versions of gnuplot used
      a different epoch internally (1-Jan-2000). This change resolves
      inconsistencies introduced when time in seconds was generated externally.
      The epoch convention used by a particular gnuplot installation can be
      determined using the command `print strftime("%F",0)`.
      Time is now stored to at least millisecond precision.
    * The function `timecolumn(N,"timeformat")` now has 2 parameters.
      Because the second parameter is not associated with any particular data axis,
      this allows using the `timecolumn` function to read time data for reasons
      other than specifying the x or y coordinate.  Use of time formats
      to generate axis tick labels is now controlled by "set {xy}tics time" rather
      than by "set {xy}data time".  Thus prior calls to `set xdata time` or
      `set timefmt x` are unnecessary for either input or output.
      These older commands still work, but are deprecated.
    * The "reverse" keyword (e.g. "set xrange [*:*] reverse") now affects only
      autoscaling.  It has no effect on explicit ranges.
      "set xrange [0:1] reverse" is _not_ the same as "set xrange [1:0]".
    * Options to the "fit" command are now given by "set fit ..." rather than
      by setting environmental variables.  Fit can handle up to MAX_NUM_VAR
      independent variables (currently 12).  Variables other than the first
      two (x, y) have been dissociated from axis names.  This means, for example,
      "set urange [U1:U2]" has no effect on fitting because "u" is not a fit
      variable.  Use the command "set dummy ..." to assign names to fit variables
      3 ... 12.
    * The `call` command is implemented by providing a set of variables ARGC,
      ARG0, ..., ARG9. ARG0 holds the name of the script file being executed.
      ARG1 to ARG9 are string variables and thus may either be referenced directly
      or expanded as macros, e.g. @ARG1.  The older convention for referencing
      call parameters as tokens $0 ... $9 is deprecated.
    * "unset xrange" (and other axis ranges) restores the default range.
    * "unset terminal" restores the original terminal of the current session.
  8. Updated devel/py-mercurial to 3.3.2

    wiz authored
  9. Update to 3.3.2:

    wiz authored
    Mercurial 3.3.2 (2015-03-02)
    An unscheduled bugfix release to fix the fix.
        transaction: really disable hardlink backups (issue4546)
    Mercurial 3.3.1 (2015-03-02)
    This is a regularly scheduled bugfix release. It fixes a significant
    regression with transactions on Windows network shares.
        dispatch: work around UnicodeDecodeError caused by SSLError of Python 2.7.9
        hgweb: recreate old DOM structure for css in monoblue style
        largefiles: access to specific fields only if largefiles enabled (issue4547)
        log: fix json-formatted output when file copies are listed (issue4523)
        repoview: invalidate cached changelog if _delayed changes (issue4549)
        revisionbranchcache: fall back to slow path if starting readonly (issue4531)
        revset: mask specific names for named() predicate
        shellquote: fix missing quotes for empty string
        templatekw: fix {join(bookmarks, sep)} to always show associated bookmarks
        transaction: disable hardlink backups (issue4546)
  10. Updated misc/py-anita to 1.36.

    gson authored
  11. Update misc/py-anita to 1.36.

    gson authored
    The previous commit message accidentally contained the changes from
    1.35 to 1.36 rather than those from 1.34 to 1.35.  The changes from
    1.34 to 1.35  were:
    Support Linux host systems that have genisoimage but not mkisofs, such
    as Debian 7.
    New command line option --run-timeout.
  12. Updated misc/py-anita to 1.35

    gson authored
  13. Update misc/py-anita to 1.35. Changes from 1.34:

    gson authored
    When running a shell command, wrap the exit status in distictive text
    so that it can be reliably matched in the presence of buffered output
    containing other numeric strings.
    Halt the VM when done.
    Print the qemu command.
  14. Updated editors/emacs24 to 24.4nb3

    ryoon authored

    ryoon authored
    * Support firefox-36.0 or later with upstream patch.
  16. Update ruby-http to 0.7.2.

    taca authored
    ## 0.7.2 (2015-03-02)
    * Swap from `form_data` to `http-form_data` (changed gem name).
  17. Remove ruby-form_data.

    taca authored
  18. Add and enable ruby-http-form_data.

    taca authored
  19. Add ruby-http-form_data package version 1.0.0.

    taca authored
    Utility-belt to build form data request bodies.  Provides support for
    application/x-www-form-urlencoded and multipart/form-data types.
    This is newer version of ruby-form-data.
    ## 1.0.0 (2015-01-04)
    * Gem renamed to `http-form_data` as `FormData` is not top-level citizen
      anymore: `FormData -> HTTP::FormData`.
  20. clang-3.6.0 done

    tnn authored
  21. Update to clang-3.6.0 (2015-02-27)

    tnn authored
    Non-comprehensive list of changes in this release:
    - Support for AuroraUX has been removed.
    - Added support for a native object file-based bitcode wrapper format.
    - Added support for MSVC?s __vectorcall calling convention as x86_vectorcallcc.
  22. Revert my last change: this meta-package should contain packages prov…

    khorben authored
    by the original PHP language distribution file, which security/php-ssdeep
    does not belong to.
    Thanks taca@ for the heads up.
  23. Updated www/p5-CGI-Fast to 2.07

    mef authored
  24. (pkgsrc)

    mef authored
     - Add dependency to devel/p5-CPAN-Changes (but only necessary for make test)
     - Update 2.05 to 2.07
    2.07 2015-02-23
        - test added in 2.06 should use File::Temp
    2.06 2015-02-23
        - Add support for changing socket permissions. Thanks to powerman
          for the patch and tests
  25. Updated www/album to 4.13

    mef authored
  26. Update to 4.13

    mef authored
    Version 4.13, 2015/03/02
    + Fixed some options and usage for galbum
    + Many UI improvements to galbum
    + New plugin:  captions/exif/strftime.alp  (Thanks Steven Schubiger)
  27. Updated x11/xf86-video-intel to 2.99.917

    khorben authored
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