source: trunk/dports/www/jetty/Portfile

Last change on this file was 142698, checked in by landonf@…, 20 months ago

Drop maintainership of (almost) all my ports, as I'm no longer using Mac OS X as my desktop OS.

The dict port here dates back to ~2002; it was the first port used as a test case when we were developing MacPorts.

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1# $Id: Portfile 142698 2015-11-20 16:55:09Z ryandesign@macports.org $
2
3PortSystem 1.0
4name                    jetty
5version                 5.1.10
6platforms               darwin
7categories              www java
8maintainers             nomaintainer
9description             Java HTTP Servlet Server
10homepage                http://www.mortbay.org/jetty/
11long_description        Jetty is a 100% Java HTTP Server and Servlet \
12                        Container. Jetty is a fully featured web server for \
13                        static and dynamic content. Unlike separate \
14                        server/container solutions, this means that your web \
15                        server and web application run in the same process, \
16                        without interconnection overheads and complications. \
17                        Furthermore, as a pure java component, Jetty can be \
18                        simply included in your application for \
19                        demonstration, distribution or deployment.
20
21master_sites            sourceforge \
22                        ftp://jetty.mortbay.com/pub/
23
24distname                ${name}-${version}-all
25worksrcdir              ${name}-${version}
26
27checksums               md5 e84764d1c02d796a49b3c205a3bce6c5
28use_zip                 yes
29
30set javadest "${prefix}/share/java/${name}-${version}"
31
32use_configure           no
33
34build {}
35
36destroot {
37                        file mkdir "${destroot}${javadest}"
38                        file mkdir "${destroot}${prefix}/share/doc"
39                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/lib" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
40                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/ext" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
41                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/etc" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
42                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/start.jar" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
43                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/stop.jar" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
44                        file copy "${worksrcpath}/webapps" "${destroot}${javadest}/"
45}
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