source: trunk/dports/ruby/rb-jabber4r/Portfile

Last change on this file was 137363, checked in by kimuraw@…, 2 years ago

ruby/: use rubygems and download rubygems.org not rubyforge (#47984)

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1# $Id: Portfile 137363 2015-06-10 14:39:12Z ryandesign@macports.org $
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3PortSystem              1.0
4PortGroup               ruby 1.0
5
6ruby.setup              jabber4r 0.8.0 gem {} rubygems
7license                 BSD
8maintainers             nomaintainer
9description             Library allowing Ruby apps to talk to a Jabber IM system.
10long_description        This library was created to allow a Ruby application to \
11                                        connect to (or create a) Jabber account as an additional \
12                                        resource. Although it was not the original intent to serve \
13                                        as the infrastructure of a complete UI-based IM client... \
14                                        it supports everything except the groupchat protocol. \
15                                        It currently supports: \
16                                                Account registration \
17                                                Connection to an account (digest and plain text) \
18                                                Access to Roster (buddy list) \
19                                                Tracking of presence of resources in the Roster \
20                                                        (including local account resources) \
21                                                Sending and receiving messages \
22                                                Managing subscriptions \
23                                                XHTML messages \
24                                                Pluggable XML Parsers \
25                                        What can you do with this? You could write a ruby \
26                                        application that allows you to query it by IM for status, \
27                                        control, etc. You could use this as a communications \
28                                        channel backbone for a Ruby application (which is my \
29                                        intent).
30checksums               md5 6670fd5692748ade2dae5540f60825dc
31platforms               darwin
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