avra: Import avra-1.4.1 as devel/avra
AVRA is an assembler for Atmel AVR microcontrollers, and it is almost
compatible with Atmel's own assembler AVRASM32. The programming principles
andc onceptions are based on the ANSI programming language "C".
recidivm: Update devel/recidivm to 0.2
* Capture stdin by default when stdio is not a tty.
(This should make the -c option redundant for most practical purposes.)
* Error out when target program fails regardless of memory limit.
* Print the help message (-h) on stdout, not stderr.
* Print signal names (e.g. “SIGABRT”) instead of numbers with descriptions
(e.g. “signal 6 (Aborted)”).
* Close unneeded file descriptors.
* Unlink the temporary file as early as possible.
* Improve the build system:
+ Set default PREFIX and DESTDIR.
+ Add “test-installed” target.
+ Add checks against BSD make.
(Only GNU make is supported.)
* Improve documentation.
pipes-c: Update games/pipes-c to 1.2.1
* Fixes some minor typos.
* Incorporates some portability fixes from kind contributors on GitHub.
* Bumps version of TAP used for tests.
* Slightly less insane compiler warnings
* Remove upstreamed patch.
f3: Import f3-7.1 as sysutils/f3
f3 is a simple tool that tests flash cards capacity and performance to see
if they live up to claimed specifications.
F3 stands for Fight Flash Fraud, or Fight Fake Flash.
wip/go-tcplisten: import go-tcplisten-0.0.0
go-tcplisten provides customizable TCP net.Listener with various
* SO_REUSEPORT. This option allows linear scaling server performance
on multi-CPU servers.
* TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT. This option expects the server reads from the
accepted connection before writing to them.
* TCP_FASTOPEN. See https://lwn.net/Articles/508865/ for details.
wip/go-compress: import go-compress-1.5.0
go-compress is based on an optimized Deflate function,
which is used by gzip/zip/zlib packages.
It offers slightly better compression at lower compression
settings, and up to 3x faster encoding at highest compression level.
wip/go-bytebufferpool: import go-bytebufferpool-1.0.0
go-bytebufferpool is an implementation of a pool of byte buffers
with anti-memory-waste protection.
The pool may waste limited amount of memory due to fragmentation.
This amount equals to the maximum total size of the
byte buffers in concurrent use.
wip/go-cpuid: import go-cpuid-1.2.1
go-cpuid provides information about the CPU running
the current program.
CPU features are detected on startup, and kept for
fast access through the life of the application.
Currently x86 / x64 (AMD64) is supported, and no
external C (cgo) code is used, which should make
the library very easy to use.
You can access the CPU information by accessing the
shared CPU variable of the cpuid library.
wip/go-xxhash: import go-xxhash-2.0.0
Go implementation of the 64-bit xxHash algorithm (XXH64).
This implementation provides a fast pure-Go implementation
and an even faster assembly implementation for amd64.
baresip: update to baresip-0.6.2
2019-04-19 Alfred E. Heggestad
* Version 0.6.2
Alfred E. Heggestad (124):
daala: remove module
remove USE_VIDEO compile flag (#658)
config: remove sip_trans_bsize option
contact: fix bug in contact prev/next
cmd: remove unused complete flag
log: add command to toggle loglevel ('v')
debug_cmd: fix warning
Remove natbd module (#659)
message: make listen/unlisten more robust (ref #650)
update doxygen comments
srtp: fix warnings
stream: define port 9 as PORT_DISCARD
add offerer flag to video and stream
stream: check for multiplexed RTCP packets on RTP port
stream: change logic for rtcp-mux attribute
omx: update doxygen comment
bv32: add doxygen header
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kore: update to 3.3.0.
This release improves the Python async/await support and introduces
an asynchronous libcurl interface.
New asynchronous libcurl API
This release introduces the asynchronous libcurl API. This API provides
a way for you as a developer to schedule CURL easy handles onto the Kore
event loop and execute them asynchronously.
This means that making HTTP requests, FTP file transfers, IMAP inbox
listing and more can all be done from your HTTP page handler,
asynchronously. If libcurl supports it, you can run it in Kore.
Please see the documentation for more details or refer to the async-curl
code for an example.
Several improvements were made to the HTTP code for this release.
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gnunet: Update to gnunet-0.11.4.
Thu May 9 23:35:24 2019 +0200
gnunet-identity can now output the public key on creation of new
egos, and -e can act as a filter when listing all egos. -CG
Thu May 2 08:44:37 2019 +0200
gnunet-arm now logs to file by default -CG
Sat Apr 27 21:50:57 2019 +0200
RECLAIM: Added ECDH encryption for authorization code payload -schanzen
Sat 27 Apr 2019 06:36:31 AM CEST
Bump libmicrohttpd version requirement as some intermediate
versions have relevant bugs that cause problems. -CG
Sat Apr 27 01:50:43 2019 +0200
RECLAIM: No longer experimental -schanzen
Fri Apr 26 11:08:21 2019 +0200
REST: Configuration plugin added -schanzen
Tue Apr 23 23:00:00 UTC 2019
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