Changeset 50983


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Timestamp:
May 14, 2009, 8:53:45 PM (10 years ago)
Author:
portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5809
Ports successfully parsed: 5809
Ports failed: 0

Location:
trunk/dports
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2 edited

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    963963c_count 381
    964964variants universal portdir devel/c_count description {counts C-language source statements} homepage http://invisible-island.net/c_count/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name c_count long_description {C_COUNT counts C-language source statements, and summarizes statistics about the relative amount of commentary, whitespace, etc.} maintainers toby categories devel version 7.11 revision 0
    965 cableswig 2285
    966 variants universal depends_build {port:cmake port:bison port:gawk} portdir devel/cableswig description {CableSwig creates interfaces to interpreted languages such as Tcl and Python.} homepage http://www.itk.org/ITK/resources/CableSwig.html epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib port:gccxml name cableswig long_description {CableSwig is used to create interfaces (i.e. wrappers) to interpreted languages such as Tcl and Python. It was created to produce wrappers for ITK because the toolkit uses C++ structures that SWIG cannot parse (deeply nested template instantiations). CableSwig is a combination tool that uses GCC_XML as the c++ parser. The input files are Cable style input files. The XML produced from the Cable/GCC_XML input files are then parsed and feed into a modified version of SWIG. SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages. It is used to generate the language bindings to the target language. Currently, Tcl and Python are supported. CableSwig consists of four executables: 1) cswig - the main cable swig executable, that takes an xml file from gccxml as input. The xml file should be created from a cable config input file. This program is a modified version of the standard SWIG main. It uses CABLE libraries to parse the input XML from gccxml to create SWIG data structures describing the C++ code to be wrapped. 2) cableidx - a program to generate index files from gccxml xml files. The index files tell cswig what classes are wrapped in which libraries. This is important because swig needs to know if a class is not wrapped or wrapped in another module, and if it is wrapped which module it is wrapped in. 3) gccxml_cc1plus - A patched version of gcc that has the -fxml option to convert c++ into xml. 4) gccxml - ( www.gccxml.org) the front end program to gccxml_cc1plus. CableSwig was developed to support ITK, and has not been widely used elsewhere. Not all features of SWIG are currently accessible through CableSwig. Features known to be missing are: * Wrapping of public data members in structs and classes, no accessor routines are created, the original source must provide access methods.} maintainers {dweber openmaintainer} categories devel version cvs revision 0
     965cableswig 2301
     966variants universal depends_build {port:cmake port:byacc port:bison port:gawk} portdir devel/cableswig description {CableSwig creates interfaces to interpreted languages such as Tcl and Python.} homepage http://www.itk.org/ITK/resources/CableSwig.html epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib port:gccxml name cableswig long_description {CableSwig is used to create interfaces (i.e. wrappers) to interpreted languages such as Tcl and Python. It was created to produce wrappers for ITK because the toolkit uses C++ structures that SWIG cannot parse (deeply nested template instantiations). CableSwig is a combination tool that uses GCC_XML as the c++ parser. The input files are Cable style input files. The XML produced from the Cable/GCC_XML input files are then parsed and feed into a modified version of SWIG. SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages. It is used to generate the language bindings to the target language. Currently, Tcl and Python are supported. CableSwig consists of four executables: 1) cswig - the main cable swig executable, that takes an xml file from gccxml as input. The xml file should be created from a cable config input file. This program is a modified version of the standard SWIG main. It uses CABLE libraries to parse the input XML from gccxml to create SWIG data structures describing the C++ code to be wrapped. 2) cableidx - a program to generate index files from gccxml xml files. The index files tell cswig what classes are wrapped in which libraries. This is important because swig needs to know if a class is not wrapped or wrapped in another module, and if it is wrapped which module it is wrapped in. 3) gccxml_cc1plus - A patched version of gcc that has the -fxml option to convert c++ into xml. 4) gccxml - ( www.gccxml.org) the front end program to gccxml_cc1plus. CableSwig was developed to support ITK, and has not been widely used elsewhere. Not all features of SWIG are currently accessible through CableSwig. Features known to be missing are: * Wrapping of public data members in structs and classes, no accessor routines are created, the original source must provide access methods.} maintainers {dweber openmaintainer} categories devel version 20090514 revision 0
    967967caml-calendar 389
    968968variants universal portdir devel/caml-calendar description {Objective Caml interface for calendar functions} homepage http://www.lri.fr/~signoles/prog.en.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name caml-calendar depends_lib {port:ocaml port:caml-findlib} long_description {An OCaml interface for managing dates and times.} maintainers anil@recoil.org categories {devel ml} version 2.0.4 revision 0
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