source: trunk/dports/python/py-zope-app-module/Portfile

Last change on this file was 148976, checked in by raimue@…, 14 months ago

Mass update of python ports for master_sites pypi

The pypi hosting site changed the naming scheme for new uploads. While old URLs
continue to work, this possibly breaks updates as master_sites would need to be
changed. This patch updates all previously hardcoded references to to the pypi: mirror sites, which was already updated to check
at both the old and new location. See #51391.

Overriding maintainers as this is a mass update of ports.

  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
  • Property svn:keywords set to Id
File size: 1.3 KB
1# $Id: Portfile 148976 2016-05-24 07:48:05Z $
3PortSystem          1.0
4PortGroup           python 1.0
6name                py-zope-app-module
7set real_name
8version             3.5.0
9python.versions     27
10maintainers         nomaintainer
11platforms           darwin
12description         Zope 3 persistent code/module support
13license             ZPL-2.1
15long_description \
16    Persistent Python modules allow us to develop and store Python modules in the \
17    ZODB in contrast to storing them on the filesystem. You might want to look at \
18    the zodbcode package for the details of the implementation. In Zope 3 we \
19    implemented persistent modules as utilities. These utilities are known as \
20    module managers that manage the source code, compiled module and name of the \
21    module. We then provide a special module registry that looks up the utilities \
22    to find modules.
24categories-append   zope
26homepage  ${real_name}
27master_sites        pypi:z/${real_name}
28distname            ${real_name}-${version}
30checksums           rmd160  ab3a805c424a02e0ccc08dc68dc3bb95d6217056 \
31                    sha256  ef3c1ec5de3b2f86d8fc250e9b7b28faaed3482d699e27915eec68aac2dd944b
33if {${name} ne ${subport}} {
34    depends_build       port:py${python.version}-setuptools
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