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    63476347p5-mail-spf 569
    63486348variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-mail-spf description {Object oriented implementation of SPF} homepage http://search.cpan.org/~jmehnle/Mail-SPF-v2.006 epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-mail-spf depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:p5-net-dns port:p5-version port:p5-error port:p5-netaddr-ip port:p5-uri} maintainers yahoo.com:compconsultant long_description {Mail-SPF provides an object oriented interface to the Sender Policy Framework, also knows as SPF.} version v2.006 categories {perl mail} revision 0
     6349p5-mail-srs 1414
     6350variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-mail-srs description {Mail::SRS - Interface to Sender Rewriting Scheme} homepage http://search.cpan.org/~shevek/Mail-SRS-0.31/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-mail-srs depends_lib path:bin/perl:perl5 maintainers hostwizard.com:scott long_description {The Sender Rewriting Scheme preserves .forward functionality in an SPF-compliant world. SPF requires the SMTP client IP to match the envelope sender (return-path). When a message is forwarded through an intermediate server, that intermediate server may need to rewrite the return-path to remain SPF compliant. If the message bounces, that intermediate server needs to validate the bounce and forward the bounce to the original sender. SRS provides a convention for return-path rewriting which allows multiple forwarding servers to compact the return-path. SRS also provides an authentication mechanism to ensure that purported bounces are not arbitrarily forwarded. SRS is documented at http://spf.pobox.com/srs.html and many points about the scheme are discussed at http://www.anarres.org/projects/srs/ For a better understanding of this code and how it functions, please read this document and run the interactive walkthrough in eg/simple.pl in this distribution. To run this from the build directory, type {"make} teach\".} version 0.31 categories perl revision 0
    63496351p5-mail-webmail-gmail 462
    63506352variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-mail-webmail-gmail description {An interface to Google's webmail service} homepage http://search.cpan.org/dist/Mail-Webmail-Gmail/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-mail-webmail-gmail depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:p5-crypt-ssleay} maintainers cbellot@sky.fr long_description {{An interface to Google's webmail service}} version 1.09 categories perl revision 0
     
    67756777p5-text-wrapper 511
    67766778variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-text-wrapper description {Simple word wrapping routine} homepage http://search.cpan.org/dist/Text-Wrapper/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-text-wrapper depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:p5-module-build} maintainers nomaintainer long_description {This module provides simple word wrapping. It breaks long lines, but does not alter spacing or remove existing line breaks.} version 1.02 categories perl revision 0
     6779p5-tie-dbi 735
     6780variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-tie-dbi description {Nie:DBI This distribution contains Tie::DBI and Tie::RDBM} homepage http://search.cpan.org/~lds/Tie-DBI-1.02/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-tie-dbi depends_lib port:p5-dbi maintainers hostwizard.com:scott long_description {This distribution contains Tie::DBI and Tie::RDBM, two modules that allow you to tie associative arrays to relational databases using the DBI library. The hash is tied to a table in a local or networked database. Reading from the hash retrieves values from the datavbase. Storing into the hash updates the database (if you have sufficient privileges).} version 1.02 categories perl revision 0
    67776781p5-tie-encryptedhash 531
    67786782variants universal depends_build {port:p5-crypt-blowfish port:p5-crypt-cbc} variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir perl/p5-tie-encryptedhash description {Hashes (and objects based on hashes) with encrypting fields.} homepage http://search.cpan.org/dist/Tie-EncryptedHash/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name p5-tie-encryptedhash depends_lib path:bin/perl:perl5 maintainers nomaintainer long_description {{Hashes (and objects based on hashes) with encrypting fields.}} categories perl version 1.24 revision 0
     
    87948798variants {fortran szip threadsafe gcc42 gcc43 g95 optimized universal} variant_desc {fortran {Include the Fortran interface} szip {Enable szip compression support} threadsafe {Enable threadsafety (experimental, fails unit-tests)} gcc42 {Compile using GCC 4.2} gcc43 {Compile using GCC 4.3} g95 {Use g95 Fortran compiler (unsupported)} optimized {Higher compiler optimization for host machine (esp. for gcc43)} universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir science/hdf5 description {HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data} homepage http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name hdf5 depends_lib port:zlib maintainers {openmaintainer jochen} long_description {{HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data}} version 1.6.8 categories science revision 0
    87958799hdf5-18 658
    8796 variants {fortran gcc42 gcc43 g95 universal} variant_desc {fortran {Include the Fortran interface} gcc42 {Compile using GCC 4.2} gcc43 {Compile using GCC 4.3} g95 {Use g95 Fortran compiler (unsupported)} universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir science/hdf5-18 description {HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data} homepage http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name hdf5-18 depends_lib {port:zlib port:szip port:openmpi} maintainers {mmoll openmaintainer} long_description {{HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data}} version 1.8.2 categories science revision 0
     8800variants {fortran gcc42 gcc43 g95 universal} variant_desc {fortran {Include the Fortran interface} gcc42 {Compile using GCC 4.2} gcc43 {Compile using GCC 4.3} g95 {Use g95 Fortran compiler (unsupported)} universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir science/hdf5-18 description {HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data} homepage http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name hdf5-18 depends_lib {port:zlib port:szip port:openmpi} maintainers {mmoll openmaintainer} long_description {{HDF5 general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data}} version 1.8.2 categories science revision 1
    87978801irsim 370
    87988802variants universal variant_desc {universal {Build for multiple architectures}} portdir science/irsim description IRSIM homepage http://opencircuitdesign.com/irsim/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name irsim depends_lib {port:tcl port:tk} maintainers nomaintainer long_description {IRSIM switch-level simulator for digital circuits} version 9.7.65 categories science revision 0
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