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libicns: update to 0.8.1 new maintainer #51481

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1# -*- coding: utf-8; mode: tcl; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- vim:fenc=utf-8:ft=tcl:et:sw=4:ts=4:sts=4
2# $Id: Portfile 149040 2016-05-26 00:47:39Z $
4PortSystem          1.0
6name                libicns
7version             0.8.1
8categories          graphics devel
9# lib is LGPL, executables are GPL
10license             {LGPL-2.1+ GPL-2+}
11maintainers openmaintainer
13description         libicns is a library for manipulation of the Mac OS icns resource format and includes the icns2png converter
14long_description \
15    libicns is a library for manipulation of the Mac OS icns resource format, also known \
16    as the IconFamily resource type. It can read and write files from the Mac OS X icns \
17    format, as well as read from Mac OS resource files and macbinary encoded Mac OS \
18    resource forks. As of release 0.5.9, it can fully read and write any 128x128 and all \
19    smaller 32-bit icons, and read support for 8-bit, 4-bit, and 1-bit icons. If linked \
20    against (a patched version of) Jasper, it also has full support for 256x256 and 512x512 \
21    32-bit icons with masks as alpha channels. libicns includes icns2png, a tool for extracting \
22    the images contained within icns files, and saving them as png images. It also includes \
23    png2icns, a tool for creating icns files from a set of png images. \
24    Furthermore, release 0.8.1 implements 1024x1024 support.
27master_sites        sourceforge:icns
29platforms           darwin
31checksums           rmd160  e9609c97e76f54a16e1de0f79008fc74705b1aa6 \
32                    sha256  335f10782fc79855cf02beac4926c4bf9f800a742445afbbf7729dab384555c2
34depends_lib         port:zlib port:libpng port:jasper port:jpeg
36livecheck.regex     ${name}-(\[0-9.\]+)${extract.suffix}
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