source: trunk/dports/ruby/rb-rexml/Portfile @ 7182

Last change on this file since 7182 was 7182, checked in by rshaw, 16 years ago

Bumped to release 3.0.9

Submitted by: rshaw

  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
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1# $Id: Portfile,v 1.10 2004/05/24 03:25:35 rshaw Exp $
2PortSystem              1.0
3PortGroup               ruby 1.0
4
5ruby.setup              rexml 3.0.9 basic_install.rb \
6                                {README GPL.txt LICENSE.txt
7                                index.html credits.html changelog.html faq.html
8                                benchmarks contrib doc docs img}
9maintainers             rshaw@opendarwin.org
10description             XML processor for the language Ruby
11long_description        REXML is an XML 1.0 compliant, reasonably fast, \
12                                        non-validating XML parser that supports multiple \
13                                        encodings. It has an API that is designed to be \
14                                        intuitive, straightforward, and terse. REXML \
15                                        includes a tree model parser, a SAX2 streaming \
16                                        parser, and a pull parser. It also includes a full \
17                                        XPath implementation. All of REXML's parsers pass \
18                                        100% of the Oasis XML non-validating tests.
19categories-append       textproc
20homepage                http://www.germane-software.com/software/rexml/
21master_sites    http://www.germane-software.com/archives/
22distname                ${ruby.module}_${version}
23extract.suffix  .tgz
24checksums               md5 ff9d515c60b713b43366f1c1eaeb26b5
25platforms               darwin
26
27post-extract    { system "ln -s bin/install.rb ${worksrcpath}/install.rb" }
28
29test.run                yes
30test.cmd                ${ruby.bin} -I.
31test.target             bin/suite.rb
32
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