source: trunk/dports/net/whatmask/Portfile

Last change on this file was 50984, checked in by and.damore@…, 8 years ago

Maintainer email change, second batch, mail without @macports.org domain are put in domain:user form.

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1# $Id: Portfile 50984 2009-05-14 21:08:43Z ryandesign@macports.org $
2
3PortSystem 1.0
4name            whatmask
5version         1.2
6platforms       darwin
7categories      net
8maintainers     freebsdcluster.org:mich
9description     Easily convert between three common subnet mask notations
10long_description   \
11                Notations supported: \
12                 \
13                Name                  Example \
14                --------------------------------- \
15                CIDR                         /24 \
16                Netmask            255.255.255.0 \
17                Wilcard Bits           0.0.0.255 \
18                \
19                The above notations are all identical. CIDR notation commonly has a "/" in \
20                of the number (representing the number of bits). Whatmask can accept \
21                notations with or without a slash. This notation is used more and more. \
22                A lot of popular routers and software supprt this notation.  \
23                \
24                notation is pretty much the standard old-school way of doing it. It is \
25                by most systems (Un*x, Win, Mac, etc.).  \
26                \
27                bits are similar to the netmask, but they are the logical not of the. \
28                This notation is used by a number of popular routers.
29homepage        http://www.laffeycomputer.com/whatmask.html
30master_sites    http://downloads.laffeycomputer.com/current_builds/whatmask/
31checksums       md5 26aeff74dbba70262ccd426e681dcf4a
32use_configure   yes
33destroot        {
34                system "cd ${worksrcpath} && \
35                install ${name} ${destroot}${prefix}/bin"
36                }
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