Changeset 53937


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Jul 16, 2009, 6:53:30 PM (10 years ago)
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portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5933
Ports successfully parsed: 5933
Ports failed: 0

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trunk/dports
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    13211321happy 836
    13221322variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/happy description {The Parser Generator for Haskell} homepage http://haskell.org/happy/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name happy long_description {Happy is a parser generator system for Haskell, similar to the tool `yacc' for C. Like `yacc', it takes a file containing an annotated BNF specification of a grammar and produces a Haskell module containing a parser for the grammar. Happy is flexible: you can have several Happy parsers in the same program, and several entry points to a single grammar. Happy can work in conjunction with a lexical analyser supplied by the user (either hand-written or generated by another program), or it can parse a stream of characters directly (but this isn't practical in most cases).} maintainers gwright categories devel version 1.18.4 revision 0
    1323 haskell-chunks 577
    1324 variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-chunks description {The chunks library for Haskell} homepage http://www.wellquite.org/chunks/ epoch 0 name haskell-chunks maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This library supports templates inspired by the Perl HTML::Chunks module, but this Haskell implementation checks at compile time that the templates used exist and are used correctly. The templates are combined within the compiled Haskell, removing the dependency on the external template file.} categories devel version 2007.4.18 revision 0
    1325 haskell-hinstaller 646
    1326 variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-hinstaller description {The hinstaller library for Haskell} homepage http://www.wellquite.org/hinstaller/ epoch 0 name haskell-hinstaller maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This module allows you to incorporate arbitrary files into a haskell module during compilation. The files are then available to you through functions which allows you to write installer-type applications which write out the files when run. Thus this can be considered in the same model as Java .jar files or executable zip or other file archives.} categories devel version 2007.5.13 revision 0
    1327 haskell-parsedate 406
    1328 variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-parsedate description {The parsedate library for Haskell} homepage http://www.cs.chalmers.se/~bringert/darcs/parsedate/doc/ epoch 0 name haskell-parsedate maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This library provides a function for parsing dates and times given a date format string.} categories devel version 2006.11.10 revision 0
     1323haskell-chunks 594
     1324variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-chunks description {The chunks library for Haskell} homepage http://www.wellquite.org/chunks/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name haskell-chunks maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This library supports templates inspired by the Perl HTML::Chunks module, but this Haskell implementation checks at compile time that the templates used exist and are used correctly. The templates are combined within the compiled Haskell, removing the dependency on the external template file.} categories devel version 2007.4.18 revision 0
     1325haskell-hinstaller 663
     1326variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-hinstaller description {The hinstaller library for Haskell} homepage http://www.wellquite.org/hinstaller/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name haskell-hinstaller maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This module allows you to incorporate arbitrary files into a haskell module during compilation. The files are then available to you through functions which allows you to write installer-type applications which write out the files when run. Thus this can be considered in the same model as Java .jar files or executable zip or other file archives.} categories devel version 2007.5.13 revision 0
     1327haskell-parsedate 423
     1328variants universal depends_build port:ghc portdir devel/haskell-parsedate description {The parsedate library for Haskell} homepage http://www.cs.chalmers.se/~bringert/darcs/parsedate/doc/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name haskell-parsedate maintainers thomaskeller.biz:me long_description {This library provides a function for parsing dates and times given a date format string.} categories devel version 2006.11.10 revision 0
    13291329hat 745
    13301330variants universal depends_build {port:ghc port:hmake} portdir devel/hat description {hat is the Haskell Tracer} homepage http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/hat/ depends_run port:xterm epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib lib:libglib.1:glib1 name hat long_description {Hat is a source-level tracer for Haskell 98, the standard lazy functional programming language. Hat is a tool that gives the user access to otherwise invisible information about a computation. Hat is portable between compilers: it works with both ghc and nhc98. It also supports various language extensions, such as the FFI, multi-parameter type classes, functional dependencies, and hierarchical module namespaces.} maintainers nomaintainer categories devel version 2.05 revision 0
     
    15511551libmemcache 564
    15521552variants universal portdir devel/libmemcache description {C library for memcached.} homepage http://people.freebsd.org/~seanc/libmemcache/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name libmemcache depends_lib port:memcached long_description {The libmemcache C API to memcached is a high-performance library with support for multiple servers, memory contexts, and client-side hashes. Using the callback interface, it is possible to lump many gets together into a single get request with a great deal of ease.} maintainers nomaintainer categories devel version 1.4.0.rc2 revision 0
    1553 libmemcached 494
    1554 variants universal portdir devel/libmemcached description {libmemcached is a C and C++ client library to the memcached server} homepage http://tangent.org/552/libmemcached.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name libmemcached depends_lib port:memcached maintainers brett long_description {libmemcached is a C and C++ client library for memcached. It has been designed to be light on memory usage, thread safe, and provide full access to server side methods.} categories devel version 0.30 revision 0
     1553libmemcached 509
     1554variants {dtrace hsieh universal} portdir devel/libmemcached description {libmemcached is a C and C++ client library to the memcached server} homepage http://tangent.org/552/libmemcached.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name libmemcached depends_lib port:memcached maintainers brett long_description {libmemcached is a C and C++ client library for memcached. It has been designed to be light on memory usage, thread safe, and provide full access to server side methods.} categories devel version 0.31 revision 0
    15551555libmoney 476
    15561556variants universal portdir devel/libmoney description {A library that keeps track of finances} homepage http://www.grilledmeat.net/libmoney epoch 0 platforms darwin name libmoney long_description {libmoney is a library written in C++ that allows a developer to build an application that keeps track of finances. It was originally developed to keep track of a budget, but can be expanded to keep track of all assets.} maintainers waqar categories devel version 1.00 revision 0
     
    93079307FreeSOLID 533
    93089308variants universal portdir science/FreeSOLID description {Library for collision detection of three-dimensional objects.} homepage http://sourceforge.net/projects/freesolid/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name FreeSOLID long_description {FreeSOLID is a library for collision detection of three-dimensional objects undergoing rigid motion and deformation. FreeSOLID is designed to be used in interactive 3D graphics applications.} maintainers {jmpp openmaintainer} depends_extract bin:unzip:unzip categories science version 2.1.1 revision 0
    9309 afni 522
    9310 variants {powerpc i386} portdir science/afni description {Analysis of Functional Neuro Images} homepage http://afni.nimh.nih.gov/ epoch 0 depends_run {port:netpbm port:jpeg port:whirlgif port:endian} name afni depends_lib port:glib2 long_description {This is a port of AFNI, Advanced Functional Neuro Imaging. AFNI is a tool for analyzing 3 dimensional images, especially functional MRI images used in brain mapping research.} maintainers smithers.neuro.mcw.edu:bacon categories science version 2007.04.18.1830 revision 0
     9309afni 539
     9310variants {powerpc i386} portdir science/afni description {Analysis of Functional Neuro Images} homepage http://afni.nimh.nih.gov/ depends_run {port:netpbm port:jpeg port:whirlgif port:endian} epoch 0 platforms darwin name afni depends_lib port:glib2 long_description {This is a port of AFNI, Advanced Functional Neuro Imaging. AFNI is a tool for analyzing 3 dimensional images, especially functional MRI images used in brain mapping research.} maintainers smithers.neuro.mcw.edu:bacon categories science version 2007.04.18.1830 revision 0
    93119311alliance 575
    93129312variants universal portdir science/alliance description {Alliance, CAD and libraries for VLSI design} homepage http://www-asim.lip6.fr/recherche/alliance/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name alliance depends_lib {port:xpm port:openmotif} long_description {Alliance is a complete set of free CAD tools and portable libraries for VLSI design. It includes a VHDL compiler and simulator, logic synthesis tools, and automatic place and route tools. A complete set of portable CMOS libraries is provided} maintainers {and.damore openmaintainer} categories science version 5.0 revision 0
     
    1015810158portdir sysutils/zeroinstall-injector description {The Zero Install Injector (0launch)} homepage http://0install.net depends_run {port:py25-gtk port:py25-xml bin:sudo:sudo} epoch 0 platforms {darwin freebsd linux} name zeroinstall-injector depends_lib {port:python25 bin:gpg:gnupg} maintainers afb long_description {The Zero Install Injector makes it easy for users to install software without needing root privileges. It takes the URL of a program and runs it (downloading it first if necessary). Any dependencies of the program are fetched in the same way. The user controls which version of the program and its dependencies to use.} categories sysutils version 0.41.1 revision 0
    1015910159zmq 452
    10160 variants {python java amqp universal} portdir sysutils/zmq description {Ultra-fast AMQP-compliant messaging server} homepage http://www.zeromq.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name zmq maintainers {openmaintainer brett} long_description {0MQ is a lightweight messaging kernel. It achieves 25 microsecond end-to-end latencies and 2.8 million messages per second. It is intended to be fully AMQP-compliant.} categories {sysutils net} version 0.6 revision 0
     10160variants {java amqp ruby universal} portdir sysutils/zmq description {Ultra-fast AMQP-compliant messaging server} homepage http://www.zeromq.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name zmq maintainers {openmaintainer brett} long_description {0MQ is a lightweight messaging kernel. It achieves 25 microsecond end-to-end latencies and 2.8 million messages per second. It is intended to be fully AMQP-compliant.} categories {sysutils net} version 1.0.0 revision 0
    1016110161BibTool 655
    1016210162variants universal portdir tex/BibTool description {Tool for manipulating BibTeX databases.} homepage http://www.gerd-neugebauer.de/software/TeX/BibTool.en.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name BibTool depends_lib bin:tex:texlive long_description {BibTeX provides an easy to use means to integrate citations and bibliographies into LaTeX documents. But the user is left alone with the management of the BibTeX files. The program BibTool is intended to fill this gap. BibTool allows the manipulation of BibTeX files which goes beyond the possibilities---and intentions---of BibTeX.} maintainers cs.dartmouth.edu:tristan categories tex version 2.48 revision 0
     
    1069110691vim2html 638
    1069210692variants universal portdir textproc/vim2html description {vim2html converts any Vim-editable file into well-formed HTML} homepage http://chip.cuccio.us/projects/hacks#vim2html epoch 0 depends_run {bin:bash:bash bin:vim:vim} platforms darwin name vim2html long_description {vim2html is a small shell program that will export any Vim-editable file into well-formed HTML - simulating a Vim session. Fully supports Vim colorization (customizable) and Syntax Highlighting. This program provides an excellent method of presenting your programs/HTML/scripts/etc. on the web.} maintainers nomaintainer categories textproc version 1.46 revision 0
    10693 wbxml2 479
    10694 variants universal depends_build {port:autoconf port:automake port:libtool port:autoconf port:automake port:libtool} portdir textproc/wbxml2 description {converts between XML and Wireless Binary XML (WBXML)} homepage http://libwbxml.aymerick.com/ epoch 0 name wbxml2 depends_lib {lib:libexpat:expat bin:glibtoolize:libtool} long_description {{converts between XML and Wireless Binary XML (WBXML)}} maintainers mit.edu:glasser categories {textproc devel} version 0.9.0 revision 0
     10693wbxml2 496
     10694variants universal depends_build {port:autoconf port:automake port:libtool port:autoconf port:automake port:libtool} portdir textproc/wbxml2 description {converts between XML and Wireless Binary XML (WBXML)} homepage http://libwbxml.aymerick.com/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name wbxml2 depends_lib {lib:libexpat:expat bin:glibtoolize:libtool} long_description {{converts between XML and Wireless Binary XML (WBXML)}} maintainers mit.edu:glasser categories {textproc devel} version 0.9.0 revision 0
    1069510695wdiff 527
    1069610696variants universal portdir textproc/wdiff description {Display word differences between text files} epoch 0 name wdiff maintainers fenner long_description {wdiff compares two files, finding which words have been deleted or added to old_file to get new_file. A word is anything between whitespace. The output is collected and used to produce an annotated copy of new_file on standard output. Suitable annotations produce a nice display of word differences between the original files.} categories textproc version 0.5 revision 0
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