source: trunk/dports/audio/normalize/Portfile

Last change on this file was 139374, checked in by ryandesign@…, 2 years ago

num-utils and argyll conflict (#48571); num-utils and normalize conflict

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1# $Id: Portfile 139374 2015-08-14 17:36:52Z ryandesign@macports.org $
2
3PortSystem 1.0
4
5name            normalize
6version         0.7.7
7revision        3
8categories      audio
9license         GPL-2+
10maintainers     nomaintainer
11description     A tool to normalize WAV and MP3 audio
12long_description        \
13        Normalize is an overly complicated tool for adjusting the volume of \
14        wave files to a standard volume level.  This is useful for things \
15        like creating mp3 mixes, where different recording levels on \
16        different albums can cause the volume to vary greatly from song to \
17        song.
18homepage        http://${name}.nongnu.org/
19platforms       darwin
20master_sites    http://savannah.nongnu.org/download/${name}/
21checksums       md5 db5b18bf661a5317fbc507b020b8c643
22
23depends_run \
24        port:flac \
25        port:vorbis-tools \
26        port:lame
27
28depends_lib \
29        port:expat \
30        port:gettext \
31        port:audiofile \
32        port:libiconv
33
34configure.args              --without-mad --disable-xmms --mandir=${prefix}/share/man
35
36post-destroot {
37        ln -s normalize ${destroot}${prefix}/bin/normalize-audio
38}
39
40variant mad description {Link against libmad for mp3 audio decoding} {
41        depends_lib-append      port:libmad
42        configure.args-delete   --without-mad
43        configure.args-append   --with-mad
44}
45
46variant xmms description {Build an xmms plugin} {
47        depends_lib-append      port:xmms
48        configure.args-delete   --disable-xmms
49        configure.args-append   --enable-xmms
50}
51
52# conflicts with num-utils on ${prefix}/bin/normalize
53conflicts-append    num-utils
54
55livecheck.type  regex
56livecheck.regex ${name}-(\[0-9.\]+)\\.tar
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