Changeset 3006


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Timestamp:
Jul 4, 2003, 9:34:58 AM (17 years ago)
Author:
michaelm
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updated portfile, revision 1 added

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  • trunk/dports/mail/procmail/Portfile

    r2993 r3006  
    1 # $Id: Portfile,v 1.1 2003/07/01 11:56:42 michaelm Exp $
     1# $Id: Portfile,v 1.2 2003/07/04 09:34:58 michaelm Exp $
    22PortSystem 1.0
    33name            procmail
    44version         3.22
     5revision        1
    56categories      mail
    67maintainers     robert@or.homeip.net
     
    2728                  ftp://ftp.stealth.net/pub/mirrors/ftp.procmail.org/pub/procmail/ \
    2829                  ftp://ftp.mirror.ac.uk/sites/ftp.procmail.org/pub/procmail/
    29 
    3030checksums       md5 1678ea99b973eb77eda4ecf6acae53f1
    31 patchfiles      patch-config.h patch-Makefile patch-Makefile.1
     31platforms       darwin
    3232configure       {
    3333                cd ${worksrcpath}
    3434                system "mv INSTALL INSTALL.README"
    35                 reinplace "s|@PREFIX@|${prefix}|g" config.h
     35                reinplace "s%^/\\*\\(#define\[ \t\]*DEF\[S\]*PATH\[ \t\]*\".*\\)\".*$%\\1:${prefix}/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin\"%" config.h
     36                reinplace "s%/etc/procmailrc%${prefix}/etc/procmailrc%" config.h
     37                reinplace "s%/usr/local%${prefix}%g" Makefile
    3638}
    37 build.args      PREFIX=${prefix}
    38 install.args    PREFIX=${prefix}
    39 install.target  install install-suid
    40 post-install    {
    41                 cd ${worksrcpath}
    42                 system "install -m 755 -d \
    43                 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/${portname}"
    44                 system "install -m 644 FAQ FEATURES HISTORY KNOWN_BUGS README \
    45                 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/${portname}/"
    46                 system "install -m 755 -d \
    47                 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/${portname}/examples"
    48                 system "install -m 644 examples/* \
    49                 ${destroot}${prefix}/share/${portname}/examples/"
    50 }
     39build.args              BASENAME=${destroot}${prefix} LOCKINGTEST=/tmp
     40install.args    BASENAME=${destroot}${prefix} LOCKINGTEST=/tmp install-suid
    5141
    5242long_description   \
    53 The procmail mail processing program can be used \
    54 to create mail-servers, mailing lists, sort your \
    55 incoming mail into separate folders/files (real \
    56 convenient when subscribing to one or more mailing \
    57 lists or for prioritising your mail), preprocess \
    58 your mail, start any programs upon mail arrival \
    59 (e.g. to generate different chimes on your \
    60 workstation for different types of mail) or \
    61 selectively forward certain incoming mail \
    62 automatically to someone. \
     43The procmail mail processing program can be used to create mail-servers, \
     44mailing lists, sort your incoming mail into separate folders/files (real \
     45convenient when subscribing to one or more mailing lists or for \
     46prioritising your mail), preprocess your mail, start any programs upon \
     47mail arrival (e.g. to generate different chimes on your workstation for \
     48different types of mail) or selectively forward certain incoming mail \
     49automatically to someone.  \
    6350\
    6451Procmail can be used: \
    65 - and installed by an unprivileged user (for \
    66 himself only). \
    67 - as a drop in replacement for the local delivery \
    68 agent /bin/mail (with biff/comsat support). \
    69 - as a general mailfilter for whole groups of \
    70 messages (e.g. when called from within sendmail.cf \
    71 rules). \
     52- and installed by an unprivileged user (for himself only). \
     53- as a drop in replacement for the local delivery agent /bin/mail (with \
     54  biff/comsat support). \
     55- as a general mailfilter for whole groups of messages (e.g. when called \
     56  from within sendmail.cf rules). \
    7257\
    73 The accompanying formail program enables you to \
    74 generate autoreplies, split up digests/mailboxes \
    75 into the original messages, do some very simple \
    76 header-munging/extraction, or force mail into \
    77 mail-format (with leading From line).
     58The accompanying formail program enables you to generate autoreplies, \
     59split up digests/mailboxes into the original messages, do some very \
     60simple header-munging/extraction, or force mail into mail-format (with \
     61leading From line).
     62
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