source: trunk/dports/python/py27-pdfminer/Portfile @ 102584

Last change on this file since 102584 was 102584, checked in by larryv@…, 7 years ago

python/*: Use categories-append in all {no,open}maintainer ports that use a Python portgroup.

Overriding a portgroup's default category is not necessarily incorrect, but if there isn't a good reason for it, it sets a bad example.

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[76488]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 102584 2013-02-05 04:25:13Z $
4PortSystem          1.0
5PortGroup           python27 1.0
7name                py27-pdfminer
[77985]8version             20110227
[76488]9platforms           darwin
10license             MIT
11maintainers         nomaintainer
12description         Python pdf extraction package
14long_description    \
15                    PDFMiner is a suite of programs that help extracting      \
16                    and analyzing text data of PDF documents. Unlike other    \
17                    PDF-related tools, it allows to obtain the exact location \
18                    of texts in a page, as well as other extra information    \
19                    such as font information or ruled lines. It includes a    \
20                    PDF converter that can transform PDF files into other     \
21                    text formats (such as HTML). It has an extensible PDF     \
22                    parser that can be used for other purposes instead of     \
23                    text analysis.
27distname            pdfminer-${version}
[77985]29checksums           md5     58a93a691daa3e41fc1109ba7650f38f \
30                    sha1    95644d000d28a5b256c08d40d71d58d5c43e58ab \
31                    rmd160  89716c3019186f4fb987ef46f802f835eb899df5
33depends_build-append  port:py27-distribute
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