source: trunk/dports/aqua/osx2x/Portfile @ 20396

Last change on this file since 20396 was 20396, checked in by jberry@…, 14 years ago

Convert all darwinports@… addresses
to nomaintainer@… or openmaintainer@….

See http://trac.macports.org/projects/macports/wiki/SpecialMaintainerAddresses
for more information.

  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
  • Property svn:keywords set to Id
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1# $Id: Portfile 20396 2006-11-03 02:07:51Z jberry@macports.org $
2PortSystem 1.0
3
4name                    osx2x
5version                 2.2.0
6categories              aqua
7maintainers             nomaintainer@macports.org
8description             small Aqua application to control X11 servers from Mac OS X
9long_description        osx2x is a small Mac OS X application that lets you \
10                                        control other machines running either an X11 server \
11                                        or a VNC server using your mac's mouse and keyboard. \
12                                        So if you happen to have a mac and either an X \
13                                        Windows machine or a machine running VNC on your \
14                                        desk you only need to use a single keyboard and \
15                                        mouse!
16platforms               darwin
17homepage                http://www.opendarwin.org/projects/${name}/
18fetch.type              cvs
19cvs.root                :pserver:anonymous@anoncvs.opendarwin.org:/Volumes/src/cvs/od
20cvs.date                20050705
21cvs.module              ${name}
22worksrcdir              ${name}
23
24depends_lib             lib:libX11.6:XFree86
25
26use_configure   no
27
28build.type              pbx
29build.dir               ${worksrcpath}/src
30build.target
31
32set appdir      src/build
33platform darwin 8 {
34    if {$xcodeversion == "2.1"} {
35        set appdir  src/build/Default
36    }
37}
38destroot {
39        set appPath ${destroot}/Applications/DarwinPorts
40        xinstall -d -m 0755 ${appPath}
41        file copy ${worksrcpath}/${appdir}/${name}.app ${appPath}/${name}.app
42}
43
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