Changeset 51409


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Timestamp:
May 24, 2009, 8:53:31 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
portindex@…
Message:

Total number of ports parsed: 5822
Ports successfully parsed: 5822
Ports failed: 0

Location:
trunk/dports
Files:
2 edited

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    475475scmpc 361
    476476variants universal portdir audio/scmpc description {Scrobbler for mpd} homepage http://scmpc.berlios.de/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name scmpc depends_lib {port:curl port:argtable port:libconfuse port:libdaemon} long_description {scmpc is a client for MPD which submits your tracks to Audioscrobbler.} maintainers sfiera categories audio version 0.2.2 revision 0
    477 shntool 512
    478 variants universal portdir audio/shntool description {Multi-purpose .wav/.shn processing utility} homepage http://www.etree.org/shnutils/shntool/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name shntool depends_lib {port:expat port:gettext port:libiconv port:shorten} long_description {shntool is a multi-purpose .wav/.shn processing tool. Input and output files are transparent to shntool, meaning that it can perform its functions upon both .wav and .shn data.} maintainers nomaintainer categories audio version 3.0.2 revision 0
     477shntool 513
     478variants universal portdir audio/shntool description {Multi-purpose .wav/.shn processing utility} homepage http://www.etree.org/shnutils/shntool/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name shntool depends_lib {port:expat port:gettext port:libiconv port:shorten} long_description {shntool is a multi-purpose .wav/.shn processing tool. Input and output files are transparent to shntool, meaning that it can perform its functions upon both .wav and .shn data.} maintainers nomaintainer categories audio version 3.0.10 revision 0
    479479shorten 839
    480480variants universal portdir audio/shorten description {Fast compression for waveform files} homepage http://www.etree.org/shnutils/shorten/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name shorten long_description {Shorten reduces the size of waveform files (such as audio) using Huffman coding of prediction residuals and optional additional quantisation. In lossless mode the amount of compression obtained depends on the nature of the waveform. Those composing of low frequencies and low amplitudes give the best compression, which may be 2:1 or better. Lossy compression operates by specifying a minimum acceptable segmental signal to noise ratio or a maximum bit rate. Lossy compression operates by zeroing the lower order bits of the waveform, so retaining waveform shape.} maintainers nomaintainer categories {audio archivers} version 3.6.1 revision 0
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