source: trunk/dports/gnome/libgsf/Portfile @ 28553

Last change on this file since 28553 was 28553, checked in by mww@…, 12 years ago

replace configure.env as far as possible

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1# $Id: Portfile 28553 2007-09-03 14:28:59Z mww@macports.org $
2PortSystem 1.0
3name            libgsf
4version         1.14.3
5revision        1
6description     A i/o abstraction for dealing with file formats
7long_description        libgsf aims to provide an efficient extensible \
8                        i/o abstraction for dealing with different \
9                        structured file formats.
10maintainers     nomaintainer@macports.org
11categories      gnome
12platforms       darwin
13homepage        http://www.gnome.org/
14master_sites    gnome:sources/libgsf/1.14/
15checksums       md5 c707a7ffc3e2bf802556bae86a453020 \
16                sha1 c0bfc3595a47d8425afcee7a90352c179677c452 \
17                rmd160 b575e55b23152c292ae6d67f906bccd95ca89030
18depends_lib     port:gnome-vfs \
19                port:dbus \
20                port:dbus-glib
21use_bzip2       yes
22
23configure.args  \
24        --mandir=${prefix}/share/man \
25        --with-gnome \
26        --without-python
27configure.cppflags-append "-L${prefix}/lib"
28
29#This hook was left in so that ports that were built with the earlier libgsf would still
30#work. At this point, I believe that these ports should all have been rebuilt at least
31#once. Am leaving in so that this comment makes sense.
32#post-destroot  {
33#       system "cd ${destroot}${prefix}/lib
34#               ln -s libgsf-1.114.0.0.dylib libgsf-1.1.dylib
35#               ln -s libgsf-gnome-1.114.0.0.dylib libgsf-gnome-1.1.dylib"
36#}
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