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2019-08-20: git-remote-mediawiki-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites)
Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-archimport-2.23.0-1 (Tool to import an arch repository into git)
Tool to import an arch repository into git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-cvsimport-2.23.0-1 (Tool to import a CVS repository into git)
Tool to import a CVS repository into git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Distributed version control system)
Git is an open source, distributed version control system designed to
handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and
efficiency.

Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and
full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or
a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-svn-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Tool to let git use subversion repositories)
Tool to let git use subversion repositories

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: git-send-email-2.23.0-1+10.10 (Tool to send email from git)
Tool to send email from git

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream git 2.23.0
2019-08-20: hg-fastimport-py27-20180204-3 (Fastimport extension for mercurial)
The "fast import" format originates with Git, where it is used as the
        generic backend for converting other SCM repositories to git. It's
        generic enough that it can be used to feed a Mercurial repository as
        well, and that's what this extension does: read a "fast import" stream
        and turn it into changesets in a Mercurial repository. The potential of
        this extension is that any foreign SCM that can be converted to Git can
        also be converted to Mercurial, regardless of the capabilities of
        Mercurial's own ConvertExtension. The catch is that the conversion is a
        little cumbersome: first convert to a fast-import dump, then feed that
        dump to Mercurial.
        
        Add 'hgfastimport=' to the [extensions] section of ~/.hgrc to enable.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    Patch to fix test-fastimport-cvs2git-fixup
2019-08-20: hg-fast-export-20190820-1 (Hg to git converter using git-fast-import)
hg-fast-export.sh is a script to import a mercurial repo into
        a git repo using the git-fast-import mechanism.
        
        Everything is licensed under the MIT license except for
        hg-reset.py which is GPL2 since it uses code from mercurial.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream hg-fast-export 20190820
2019-08-20: postgresql11-11.5-1 (PostgreSQL open-source database)
PostgreSQL open-source database

commit log from wolfgang (wodev@users.sourceforge.net):

    New upstream postgresql11 11.5
2019-08-20: postgresql10-10.10-1 (PostgreSQL open-source database)
PostgreSQL open-source database

commit log from wolfgang (wodev@users.sourceforge.net):

    New upstream postgresql10 10.10
2019-08-20: postgresql96-9.6.15-1 (PostgreSQL open-source database)
PostgreSQL open-source database

commit log from wolfgang (wodev@users.sourceforge.net):

    New upstream postgresql96 9.6.15
2019-08-20: postgresql94-9.4.24-1 (PostgreSQL open-source database)
PostgreSQL open-source database

commit log from wolfgang (wodev@users.sourceforge.net):

    New upstream postgresql94 9.4.24
2019-08-20: postgresql95-9.5.19-1 (PostgreSQL open-source database)
PostgreSQL open-source database

commit log from wolfgang (wodev@users.sourceforge.net):

    New upstream postgresql95 9.5.19
2019-08-18: mozilla-ca-pm-20180117-1 (Mozilla's CA cert bundle in PEM format)
Mozilla's CA cert bundle in PEM format

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mozilla-ca-pm 20180117
2019-08-18: ca-bundle-20180117-1 (Bundle of X.509 certificates of public CAs)
This is a bundle of X.509 certificates of public Certificate Authorities
        (CA). These were automatically extracted from Mozilla's root certificates
        file (certdata.txt).  This file can be found in the mozilla source tree:
        '/mozilla/security/nss/lib/ckfw/builtins/certdata.txt'
        
        It contains the certificates in PEM format and therefore
        can be directly used with curl / libcurl / php_curl, or with
        an Apache+mod_ssl webserver for SSL client authentication.
        Just configure this file as the SSLCACertificateFile.
        
        The ca-bundle.crt file was taken from the Mozilla::CA perlmod.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ca-bundle 20180117
    
    Add symlink at %i/etc/ssl/cert.pem for compatibility with wget
2019-08-18: ruby25-2.5.5-1 (Interpreted, object-oriented language)
- It has many features to process text files and to do system
  management tasks (as in Perl).
- It is simple, straight-forward, extensible, and portable, and free.
- It has simple syntax, partially inspired by Eiffel and Ada.
- All data in Ruby is an object, not in the sense of Python or Perl,
  but in the sense of Smalltalk: no exceptions.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ruby25 2.5.5
2019-08-18: ruby23-2.3.8-1 (Interpreted, object-oriented language)
- It has many features to process text files and to do system
  management tasks (as in Perl).
- It is simple, straight-forward, extensible, and portable, and free.
- It has simple syntax, partially inspired by Eiffel and Ada.
- All data in Ruby is an object, not in the sense of Python or Perl,
  but in the sense of Smalltalk: no exceptions.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ruby23 2.3.8
2019-08-18: ruby24-2.4.6-1 (Interpreted, object-oriented language)
- It has many features to process text files and to do system
  management tasks (as in Perl).
- It is simple, straight-forward, extensible, and portable, and free.
- It has simple syntax, partially inspired by Eiffel and Ada.
- All data in Ruby is an object, not in the sense of Python or Perl,
  but in the sense of Smalltalk: no exceptions.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ruby24 2.4.6
2019-08-18: ruby26-2.6.3-1 (Interpreted, object-oriented language)
- It has many features to process text files and to do system
  management tasks (as in Perl).
- It is simple, straight-forward, extensible, and portable, and free.
- It has simple syntax, partially inspired by Eiffel and Ada.
- All data in Ruby is an object, not in the sense of Python or Perl,
  but in the sense of Smalltalk: no exceptions.

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream ruby26 2.6.3
2019-08-18: vim-nox-8.1.1884-1 (Improved version of the editor "vi")
VIM adds many of the features that you would expect in an editor:
Unlimited undo, syntax coloring, split windows, visual selection,
graphical user interface (read: menus, mouse control, scrollbars,
text selection), and much much more.

commit log from Hisashi T Fujinaka (htodd@twofifty.com):

    Vim: Welcome to Vim-8.1.1884.
2019-08-18: vim-8.1.1884-1 (Improved version of the editor "vi")
VIM adds many of the features that you would expect in an editor:
Unlimited undo, syntax coloring, split windows, visual selection,
graphical user interface (read: menus, mouse control, scrollbars,
text selection), and much much more.

commit log from Hisashi T Fujinaka (htodd@twofifty.com):

    Vim: Welcome to Vim-8.1.1884.
2019-08-18: cdo-1.9.7.1-1 (Climate Data Operators)
CDO is a collection of command line Operators
to manipulate and analyse Climate Data files.
Supported file formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE and EXTRA.
There are more than 200 operators available.
The following table gives a short overview about the main categories.
- File information (info, sinfo, diff, ...)
- File operations (copy, cat, merge, split*, ...)
- Selection (selcode, selvar, sellevel, seltimestep, ...)
- Missing values (setctomiss, setmisstoc, setrtomiss)
- Arithmetic (add, sub, mul, div, ...)
- Mathematical functions (sqrt, exp, log, sin, cos, ...)
- Comparision (eq, ne, le, lt, ge, gt, ...)
- Conditions (ifthen, ifnotthen, ifthenc, ifnotthenc)
- Field statistic (fldsum, fldavg, fldstd, fldmin, fldmax, ...)
- Vertical statistic (vertsum, vertavg, vertstd, vertmin, ...)
- Time range statistic (timavg, yearavg, monavg, dayavg, ...)
- Field interpolation (remapbil, remapcon, remapdis, ...)
- Vertical interpolation (ml2pl, ml2hl)
- Time interpolation (inttime, intyear)
Use cdo-openmp to include parallelization.

commit log from Remko Scharroo (remko@altimetrics.com):

    cdo-1.9.7.1: upstream update
    
    Simple upstream update to cdo and cdo-openmp.
    Compiled and tested successfully with "fink -m build" on Mac OS 10.14.6 with Command Line Tools 10.3
2019-08-18: cdo-openmp-1.9.7.1-1 (Climate Data Operators)
CDO is a collection of command line Operators
to manipulate and analyse Climate Data files.
Supported file formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE and EXTRA.
There are more than 200 operators available.
The following table gives a short overview about the main categories.
- File information (info, sinfo, diff, ...)
- File operations (copy, cat, merge, split*, ...)
- Selection (selcode, selvar, sellevel, seltimestep, ...)
- Missing values (setctomiss, setmisstoc, setrtomiss)
- Arithmetic (add, sub, mul, div, ...)
- Mathematical functions (sqrt, exp, log, sin, cos, ...)
- Comparision (eq, ne, le, lt, ge, gt, ...)
- Conditions (ifthen, ifnotthen, ifthenc, ifnotthenc)
- Field statistic (fldsum, fldavg, fldstd, fldmin, fldmax, ...)
- Vertical statistic (vertsum, vertavg, vertstd, vertmin, ...)
- Time range statistic (timavg, yearavg, monavg, dayavg, ...)
- Field interpolation (remapbil, remapcon, remapdis, ...)
- Vertical interpolation (ml2pl, ml2hl)
- Time interpolation (inttime, intyear)
Use cdo-openmp to include parallelization.

commit log from Remko Scharroo (remko@altimetrics.com):

    cdo-1.9.7.1: upstream update
    
    Simple upstream update to cdo and cdo-openmp.
    Compiled and tested successfully with "fink -m build" on Mac OS 10.14.6 with Command Line Tools 10.3
2019-08-18: eccodes-2.13.1-1 (Coding/encoding ECMWF files, C headers/docs)
ecCodes is a package developed by ECMWF which provides an application
programming interface and a set of tools for decoding and encoding messages
in the following formats:
- WMO FM-92 GRIB edition 1 and edition 2
- WMO FM-94 BUFR edition 3 and edition 4 
- WMO GTS abbreviated header (only decoding).
A useful set of command line tools provide quick access to the messages. C,
Fortran 90 and Python interfaces provide access to the main ecCodes
functionality. ecCodes is an evolution of GRIB-API. It is designed to provide
the user with a simple set of functions to access data from several formats
with a key/value approach. For GRIB encoding and decoding, the GRIB-API
functionality is provided fully in ecCodes with only minor interface and
behaviour changes. Interfaces for C, Fortran 90 and Python are all maintained
as in GRIB-API. However, the GRIB-API Fortran 77 interface is no longer
available.

commit log from Remko Scharroo (remko@altimetrics.com):

    eccodes-2.13.1: upstream update
    
    Simple upstream update.
    Built and tested with `fink -m build` on Mac OS 10.14.6 with Command Line Tools 10.3
2019-08-17: mercurial-py27-5.1-1 (Lightweight distributed SCM)
Mercurial is a fast, lightweight source control management 
system designed for efficient handling of very large 
distributed projects. Features include:

 * O(1) delta-compressed file storage and retrieval scheme
 * Complete cross-indexing of file and changesets for 
   efficient exploration of project history
 * Robust SHA1-based integrity checking and append-only 
   storage model
 * Decentralized development model with arbitrary merging 
   between trees
 * High-speed HTTP-based network merge protocol
 * Easy-to-use command-line interface
 * Integrated stand-alone web interface
 * Small Python codebase
 * GPL license

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mercurial 5.1
2019-08-17: mercurial-5.1-1 (Lightweight distributed SCM)
Lightweight distributed SCM

commit log from Daniel Johnson (daniel.johnson31@gmail.com):

    New upstream mercurial 5.1