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Date  By  Description 
13 Oct 2021 19:13:20 0.24

sunpoet 
math/p5MathBigIntLite: Update to 0.24
Changes: https://metacpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/changes 
18 Jul 2021 17:47:13 0.23

sunpoet 
math/p5MathBigIntLite: Update to 0.23
Changes: https://metacpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/changes 
15 Jul 2021 20:31:54 0.22

sunpoet 
math/p5MathBigIntLite: Update to 0.22
Changes: https://metacpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/changes 
14 Jul 2021 16:09:47 0.20

sunpoet 
math/p5MathBigIntLite: Update to 0.20
Changes: https://metacpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/changes 
06 Jul 2021 19:16:45 0.19

sunpoet 
math/p5MathBigIntLite: Remove PERL_LEVEL check after perl5.28 removal
(d67ea7eb42e95d712a079e5525232843ee0c5d6c) 
06 Apr 2021 14:31:07 0.19

mat 
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles. 
25 Oct 2019 19:09:49 0.19

sunpoet 
Update to 0.19
Changes: https://metacpan.org/changes/distribution/MathBigIntLite 
06 Oct 2018 13:06:45 0.18

des 
Fix every instance of RUN_DEPENDS:=${BUILD_DEPENDS} in p5 ports, except
for where it resulted in a change in output from builddependslist or
rundependslist.
Approved by: portmgr (adamw) 
27 May 2018 20:15:20 0.18

sunpoet 
Update WWW
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It will redirect to metacpan.org after June 25, 2018.
With hat: perl 
22 Apr 2018 08:47:32 0.18

sunpoet 
Update to 0.18
Changes: http://search.cpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/CHANGES 
15 Sep 2017 08:58:50 0.17_1

mat 
Fix license information for portgs that use "the same license as Perl".
Sponsored by: Absolight 
17 Jun 2017 10:02:23 0.17_1

sunpoet 
Add PERL_LEVEL check
 Bump PORTREVISION for dependency change 
02 Mar 2017 17:59:18 0.17

sunpoet 
Update to 0.17
Changes: http://search.cpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/CHANGES 
12 Dec 2016 20:57:31 0.16

sunpoet 
 Add p5MathBigIntLite 0.16
Math::BigInt is not very good suited to work with small (read: typical less than
10 digits) numbers, since it has a quite high peroperation overhead and is thus
much slower than normal Perl for operations.
But for some applications, you want fast speed for small numbers without the
risk of overflowing. This is were Math::BigInt::Lite comes into play.
Math::BigInt::Lite objects should behave in every way like Math::BigInt objects,
that is apart from the different label, you should not be able to tell the
difference. Since Math::BigInt::Lite is designed with speed in mind, there are
certain limitations buildin. In praxis, however, you will not feel them,
because everytime something gets to big to pass as Lite (literally), it will
upgrade the objects and operation in question to Math::BigInt.
WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/MathBigIntLite/ 