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1# $Id: Portfile 80390 2011-07-11 12:57:16Z ryandesign@macports.org $
2
3PortSystem              1.0
4PortGroup               ruby 1.0
5
6ruby.setup              bdb 0.6.5 extconf.rb {README.en bdb.html bdb.rd docs examples}
7maintainers             nomaintainer
8description             Ruby interface to the embedded Berkeley DB
9long_description        Ruby BDB is an interface for using Berkeley DB \
10                                        versions 2 and above. Developers may choose to store \
11                                        data in any of several different storage structures \
12                                        to satisfy the requirements of a particular \
13                                        application. The library includes support for \
14                                        B+tree, Hashes, and Fixed and Variable-Length \
15                                        Records.
16categories-append       databases
17license         {Ruby GPL-2}
18homepage                http://moulon.inra.fr/ruby/${ruby.module}.html
19master_sites    ftp://moulon.inra.fr/pub/ruby/
20checksums               md5 a6b1b04eede935f1de5327e365e350fa \
21                                sha1 9a9151801d2a02feb0bba866762634bec860e724
22platforms               darwin
23
24depends_lib-append              port:db46
25
26configure.args-append   --with-db-lib=${prefix}/lib/db46 \
27                                                --with-db-include=${prefix}/include/db46
28
29pre-configure {
30        # The trailing space is not a typo
31        reinplace "s|extconf.rb |-rvendor-specific & |" ${worksrcpath}/extconf.rb
32}
33
34test.run                        yes
35#test.target                    test
36
37livecheck.type  regex
38livecheck.url   http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/bdb
39livecheck.regex {bdb / ([0-9.]+)}
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