./sysutils/fluent-bit, Fast and lightweight log processor and forwarder

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.13.2, Package name: fluent-bit-0.13.2, Maintainer: minskim

Fluent Bit is a Data Forwarder for Linux, Embedded Linux, OSX and BSD
family operating systems. It's part of the Fluentd Ecosystem. Fluent
Bit allows collection of information from different sources, buffering
and dispatching them to different outputs such as Fluentd,
Elasticsearch, Nats or any HTTP end-point within others. It's fully
supported on x86_64, x86 and ARM architectures.


Required to run:
[devel/msgpack]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 7d44b4655874fb6d63fe15bce780067df7f2ffe3
RMD160: ab64676e78ed86cd90cf1f89f711d88ba2e69c92
Filesize: 8553.632 KB

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   2020-04-20 02:45:56 by Joerg Sonnenberger | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
NetBSD doesn't have PTHREAD_STACK_MIN, so pick something useful.
Deal with serial constants only provided conditionally.
   2020-01-26 18:32:28 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (981)
Log message:
all: migrate homepages from http to https

pkglint -r --network --only "migrate"

As a side-effect of migrating the homepages, pkglint also fixed a few
indentations in unrelated lines. These and the new homepages have been
checked manually.
   2019-07-10 19:53:39 by Sevan Janiyan | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Need strnlen(3), make sure we obtain it from libnbcompat if host OS doesn't
include it.
   2018-06-17 18:33:36 by Min Sik Kim | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
sysutils/fluent-bit: Import version 0.13.2

Fluent Bit is a Data Forwarder for Linux, Embedded Linux, OSX and BSD
family operating systems. It's part of the Fluentd Ecosystem. Fluent
Bit allows collection of information from different sources, buffering
and dispatching them to different outputs such as Fluentd,
Elasticsearch, Nats or any HTTP end-point within others. It's fully
supported on x86_64, x86 and ARM architectures.