Changeset 43615


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Dec 12, 2008, 11:51:50 AM (12 years ago)
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portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5242
Ports successfully parsed: 5242
Ports failed: 0

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    39493949q 856
    39503950variants {universal darwin_6 darwin_7} portdir lang/q description {extensible scripting language} homepage http://q-lang.sourceforge.net/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name q depends_lib {port:curl port:gettext port:gmp port:libiconv port:libxml2 port:libxslt port:readline port:zlib} maintainers ryandesign long_description {Q is a powerful and extensible scripting language with advanced symbolic processing and functional programming capabilities. Q is based on term rewriting. Consequently, Q scripts are just collections of equations which are used to evaluate expressions in a symbolic fashion. Despite its conceptual simplicity, Q is a full-featured functional programming language with a modern syntax, curried function applications, dynamic object-oriented typing, exception handling, and POSIX multithreading.} version 7.11 categories lang revision 1
     3951qore 474
     3952variants universal depends_build {port:flex port:bison} portdir lang/qore description {dynamically-typed programming language} homepage http://qoretechnologies.com/qore epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:openssl port:pcre port:libxml2 port:zlib port:bzip2} name qore maintainers users.sourceforge.net:david_nichols long_description {Qore is a dynamically-typed, embeddabble programming language designed for SMP scalability} version 0.7.2 categories lang revision 0
    39513953ragel 529
    39523954variants universal depends_build port:bison portdir lang/ragel description {ragel is a state machine compiler} homepage http://www.complang.org/ragel/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name ragel maintainers mww long_description {Ragel compiles finite state machines from regular languages into runnable C/C++ code. Ragel state machines can not only recognize byte sequences as regular expression machines do, but can also execute code at arbitrary points in the recognition of a regular language.} version 6.3 categories lang revision 0
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