Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/databases/php-redis3
From: Takahiro Kambe
Date: 2017-08-18 12:14:21
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Log Message:
Update php-redis3 to 3.1.3.

phpredis 3.1.3

This release contains two big improvements:

1. Adding a new printf like command construction function with additionaly
   format specifiers specific to phpredis.
2. Implementation of custom objects for Redis and RedisArray wich eliminates
   double hash lookup.

Also many small improvements and bug fixes were made.

* A printf like method to construct a Redis RESP command [a4a0ed, d75081,
  bdd287, 0eaeae, b3d00d] (Michael Grunder)
* Use custom objects instead of zend_list for storing Redis/RedisArray
  [a765f8, 8fa85a] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Make sure redisCluster members are all initialized on (re)creation [162d88]
  (Michael Grunder)
* Fix Null Bulk String response parsing in cluster library [058753] (Alberto
* Add hStrLen command [c52077, fb88e1] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Add optional COUNT argument to sPop [d2e203] (Michael Grunder)
* Allow sInterStore to take one arg [26aec4, 4cd06b] (Michael Grunder)
* Allow MIGRATE to accept multiple keys [9aa3db] (Michael Grunder)
* Allow using numeric string in zInter command [ba0070] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Use crc32 table from PHP distro [f81694] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Use ZVAL_DEREF macros for dereference input variables [ad4596] (Pavlo
* Add configureoption tag to package.xml [750963] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Fix read_timeout [18149e, b56dc4] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Fix zval_get_string impl for PHP5 [4e56ba] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Fix Redis/RedisArray segfaults [be5c1f, 635c3a, 1f8dde, 43e1e0] (Pavlo
* Fix memory leak and potential segfault [aa6ff7, 88efaa] (Michael Grunder)
* Throw exception for all non recoverable errors [e37239] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Assume "NULL bulk" reply as success (empty session data) [4a81e1] (Pavlo
* Increase read buffers size [520e06] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Better documentation [f0c25a, c5991f, 9ec9ae] (Michael Grunder)
* Better TravisCI integration [e37c08] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko)
* Refactoring (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder)