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rb-cgen: license, noarch

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1# $Id: Portfile 105397 2013-04-19 18:17:18Z $
3PortSystem              1.0
4PortGroup               ruby 1.0
6ruby.setup                      cgen 0.14 install.rb {README examples test}
7license                     Ruby
8maintainers                     nomaintainer
9description                     Framework for generating C extensions from Ruby.
10long_description            If you're starting a C extension from scratch, \
11                        or if you need to dynamically generate and load \
12                        C code on the fly, you may be interested. For \
13                        wrapping an existing library, you should consider SWIG \
14                        as well. SWIG has the advantage of being able \
15                        to parse headers and generate something as a starting \
16                        point. CGenerator has the advantage of automatically \
17                        handling serialization and memory management, but it \
18                        can handle only a limited (but extensible) range \
19                        of C data types.
20checksums                       md5 0b18ec141ae5beb5d6d839585f7b701d
21homepage      ${ruby.module}/
22master_sites  ${ruby.module}-${version}/
23platforms                       darwin
24supported_archs             noarch
25extract.suffix          .tgz
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