./databases/postgresql95-contrib, Contrib subtree of tools and plug-ins

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 9.5.10, Package name: postgresql95-contrib-9.5.10, Maintainer: adam

This subtree contains porting tools, analysis utilities, and plug-in
features that are not part of the core PostgreSQL system, mainly because
they address a limited audience or are too experimental to be part of
the main source tree. This does not preclude their usefulness.


Required to run:
[databases/postgresql95-client] [databases/postgresql95-server]

Master sites:

SHA1: dd0c5905ffc122cede63727c39077f185ee4bde5
RMD160: d5f557708cacf75788fea9e89c848568b1c4289e
Filesize: 18263.104 KB

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   2017-02-11 11:18:53 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (23) | Package updated
Log message:
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported \ 
versions of our database system, including 9.6.2, 9.5.6, 9.4.11, 9.3.16, and \ 
9.2.20. This release includes fixes that prevent data corruption issues in index \ 
builds and in certain write-ahead-log replay situations, which are detailed \ 
below. It also patches over 75 other bugs reported over the last three months.
   2016-11-21 02:42:54 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
postgresql95-contrib: Drop uuid-ossp dependency on BSD.
(Use --with-uuid=bsd as per documentation section F.43.2)

Also probably fix the UUID extension on Solaris and Linux, but untested.
   2016-06-19 22:48:29 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (15)
Log message:
Import postgresql9[1-5]-contrib packages. These supersede the
previous handful of packages like -datatypes or -dblink. They
contain all of the contrib subtree, matching what similar packages
carry in e.g. FreeBSD ports or what PostgreSQL users generally
expect.

This subtree contains porting tools, analysis utilities, and
plug-in features that are not part of the core PostgreSQL system,
mainly because they address a limited audience or are too
experimental to be part of the main source tree. This does not
preclude their usefulness.