Changeset 42064


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Timestamp:
Nov 14, 2008, 9:51:41 AM (9 years ago)
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portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5116
Ports successfully parsed: 5116
Ports failed: 0

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    91009100variants universal portdir textproc/html description {All W3C published SGML DTDs for HTML} homepage http://www.w3.org/ epoch 0 depends_run bin:mkcatalog:mkcatalog platforms darwin name html maintainers mstokely@google.com long_description {SGML DTDs for HTML level 0, 1, 2, 3.2, and 4.0 as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). These DTDs are useful for validating or processing world wide web pages with SGML tools such as those in the opensp and openjade ports.} version 4.01 categories {textproc www} revision 0
    91019101html-xml-utils 378
    9102 variants universal description {A number of simple utilties for manipulating HTML and XML files.} portdir textproc/html-xml-utils homepage http://www.w3.org/Tools/HTML-XML-utils/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name html-xml-utils long_description {{A number of simple utilties for manipulating HTML and XML files.}} maintainers nomaintainer categories textproc version 4.3 revision 0
     9102variants universal description {A number of simple utilties for manipulating HTML and XML files.} portdir textproc/html-xml-utils homepage http://www.w3.org/Tools/HTML-XML-utils/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name html-xml-utils long_description {{A number of simple utilties for manipulating HTML and XML files.}} maintainers nomaintainer categories textproc version 5.0 revision 0
    91039103html2text 717
    91049104variants {universal darwin_7} description {Utility to convert HTML documents into plain text.} portdir textproc/html2text homepage http://www.mbayer.de/html2text/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name html2text long_description {html2text is a command line utility, written in C++, that converts HTML documents into plain text. Each HTML document is loaded from a location indicated by a URI or read from standard input, and formatted into a stream of plain text characters that is written to standard output or into an output-file. The input-URI may specify a remote site, from that the documents are loaded via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).} maintainers nomaintainer categories textproc version 1.3.2a revision 3
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