source: trunk/dports/ruby/rb19-hpricot/Portfile

Last change on this file was 115106, checked in by ryandesign@…, 4 years ago

rb19-hpricot: update to 0.8.6

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1# $Id: Portfile 115106 2013-12-25 06:40:56Z ryandesign@macports.org $
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3PortSystem          1.0
4PortGroup           ruby 1.0
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6ruby.setup          hpricot 0.8.6 gem {} rubygems ruby19
7description         a swift, liberal HTML parser with a fantastic library
8long_description    \
9    Hpricot is a fast, flexible HTML parser written in C. It's designed to be \
10    very accommodating (like Tanaka Akira's HTree) and to have a very helpful \
11    library (like some JavaScript libs -- JQuery, Prototype -- give you.) \
12    The XPath and CSS parser, in fact, is based on John Resig's JQuery. \
13    \
14    Also, Hpricot can be handy for reading broken XML files, since many of \
15    the same techniques can be used. If a quote is missing, Hpricot tries to \
16    figure it out. If tags overlap, Hpricot works on sorting them out. \
17    You know, that sort of thing.
18license             MIT
19maintainers         nomaintainer
20homepage            http://github.com/hpricot/hpricot
21platforms           darwin
22checksums           rmd160  782464d9532ca5008f2e9a1732d9812230069330 \
23                    sha256  dfe8f4b3414ba8377d7626030f3aa605caadee9de87cffbeadf8a50359eac8ca
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