source: trunk/dports/sysutils/ipcs/Portfile @ 50980

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1# $Id: Portfile 50980 2009-05-14 19:41:55Z and.damore@macports.org $
2
3PortSystem      1.0
4name            ipcs
5version         1.0
6categories      sysutils
7maintainers     waqar
8description     ipcs / ipcrm commands for os x
9long_description \
10        The ipcs command can be used to obtain the status of all        \
11        System V IPC objects. The ipcrm command can be used to remove   \
12        an IPC object from the kernel. While IPC objects can be         \
13        removed via system calls in user code, the need often arises,   \
14        especially under development environments, to remove IPC        \
15        objects manually.
16homepage        http://www.cameronpond.org/computer.html
17distname        ${name}
18platforms       darwin
19master_sites    http://www.cameronpond.org/~alex
20checksums       md5 10f014a4c94d9d4bb1e3163a34534934
21use_configure   no
22build.target    {}
23
24platform darwin 8 {
25pre-fetch {
26return -code error "\n
27        This port is broken on OS X 10.4, but not necessary on 10.4 either because
28        beginning with 10.4, Apple includes the ipcs and ipcrm utilities as standard.
29\n"
30}
31}
32
33destroot        {
34        cd ${worksrcpath}
35        system "install ipcs ${destroot}${prefix}/bin"
36        system "install ipcrm ${destroot}${prefix}/bin"
37        system "install ipcs.1 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/man/man1"
38        system "install ipcrm.1 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/man/man1"
39}
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