having a PKGNAME of p5-*, or depending such a package, for perl-5.22.0.
are called p5-*. I hope that's all of them.
devel/p5-Cache-FastMmap from 1.39 to 1.40. Upstream changes: 1.40 Mon Dec 5 10:30 2011 - Work around reference holding bug in Compress::Zlib
to trigger/signal a rebuild for the transition 5.10.1 -> 5.12.1. The list of packages is computed by finding all packages which end up having either of PERL5_USE_PACKLIST, BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.perl, or PERL5_PACKLIST defined in their make setup (tested via "make show-vars VARNAMES=..."), minus the packages updated after the perl package update. sno@ was right after all, obache@ kindly asked and he@ led the way. Thanks!
Upstream changes: 1.35 Fri Feb 19 12:45 2010 - Fix for returning potential bug that returns old stored data. Could occur if you mix deletes (thanks Darrell Bishop)
- Updating package for p5 module Cache::FastMmap from 1.30 to 1.34 - Adjusting LICENSE Upstream changes: 1.34 Fri Jun 19 12:00 2009 - perldoc fix (thanks Jonathan Yu) 1.33 Thu Jun 18 12:00 2009 - Update version in META.yml 1.32 Thu Jun 18 11:55 2009 - Better LiveCaches tracking via DESTROY 1.31 Thu Jun 18 11:40 2009 - when in raw_values => 0 mode, the write_cb is now correctly called with thawed data, rather than the raw frozen data - empty_on_exit correctly called even when a global cache is left at interpreter exit time (required Scalar::Util qw(weaken) for object tracking)
simple white-space issues like indentation and trailing spaces. The others are cross-references for Makefile.common.
to trigger/signal a rebuild for the transition 5.8.8 -> 5.10.0. The list of packages is computed by finding all packages which end up having either of PERL5_USE_PACKLIST, BUILDLINK_API_DEPENDS.perl, or PERL5_PACKLIST defined in their make setup (tested via "make show-vars VARNAMES=...").
A shared memory cache through an mmap'ed file. Its core is written in C for performance. It uses fcntl locking to ensure multiple processes can safely access the cache at the same time. It uses a basic LRU algorithm to keep the most used entries in the cache.