source: trunk/dports/net/tintinxx/Portfile

Last change on this file was 139469, checked in by jmr@…, 2 years ago

ncurses: update to 6.0, rev bump dependents due to new ABI

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1# $Id: Portfile 139469 2015-08-18 01:10:17Z ryandesign@macports.org $
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3PortSystem 1.0
4
5name                tintinxx
6version             2.00.7
7revision            2
8categories          net games
9platforms           darwin
10maintainers         otherware.org:nefar
11
12description         ncurses-based MUD client with triggers, aliases, colors
13
14long_description    TinTin++, aka TT++, is a free Mud client for Windows, \
15                    Linux, and Mac OS X. A Windows / Vista port named WinTin++, \
16                    using the PuTTY terminal, is available for those who do not \
17                    use Cygwin (A Linux/Unix emulator for Windows). Besides \
18                    MUDs (which are free online text games), TinTin++ can also \
19                    be used as a client to play MUSH, MUCK, MOO, MU*, or Rogue \
20                    games, which are online text game variants. Connecting to a \
21                    Linux server or a telnet BBS is possible as well.
22
23distname            tintin-${version}
24worksrcdir          tt/src
25homepage            http://tintin.sourceforge.net/index.php
26master_sites        sourceforge:project/tintin/TinTin%2B%2B%20Source%20Code/${version}
27checksums           md5    f6791783a7077058a49a216f5caf8093 \
28                    sha1   7e49905a4fe38eb888fd3ecacadaf0650e87ead0 \
29                    rmd160 f889a5aaee13002518f0f0a11106529bfc7bf50c
30configure.args      --includedir=${prefix}/include
31depends_lib         port:ncurses port:pcre
32
33destroot {
34  xinstall -m 755 ${worksrcpath}/tt++ ${destroot}${prefix}/bin
35  set doc_dest_dir ${destroot}${prefix}/share/doc/tintin++
36  file mkdir $doc_dest_dir
37  xinstall ${workpath}/tt/docs/tintin19.txt $doc_dest_dir
38}
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