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non port: textproc/sonic/pkg-descr

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Wed, 7 Sep 2022
[ 21:58 Stefan E├čer (se) search for other commits by this committer ]    commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  commit hash:fb16dfecae4a6efac9f3a78e0b759fb7a3c53de4  fb16dfe  (Only the first 10 of 27964 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Remove WWW entries moved into port Makefiles

Commit b7f05445c00f has added WWW entries to port Makefiles based on
WWW: lines in pkg-descr files.

This commit removes the WWW: lines of moved-over URLs from these
pkg-descr files.

Approved by:		portmgr (tcberner)
Wed, 3 Apr 2019
[ 17:43 tobik search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:497739
New port: textproc/sonic

Sonic is a fast, lightweight, and schema-less search backend.  It
ingests search texts and identifier tuples that can then be queried
against in a microsecond's time.

Sonic can be used as a simple alternative to super-heavy and
full-featured search backends such as Elasticsearch in some use-cases.
It is capable of normalizing natural language search queries,
auto-completing a search query and providing the most relevant
results for a query.  Sonic is an identifier index, rather than a
document index; when queried, it returns IDs that can then be used
to refer to the matched documents in an external database.

A strong attention to performance and code cleanliness has been
given when designing Sonic.  It aims at being crash-free, super-fast
and puts minimum strain on server resources.


Number of commits found: 2