Changeset 53951


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Timestamp:
Jul 17, 2009, 12:53:24 AM (8 years ago)
Author:
portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5933
Ports successfully parsed: 5933
Ports failed: 0

Location:
trunk/dports
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    19341934variants universal portdir devel/spatialindex description {spatialindex provides a general framework for developing spatial indices.} homepage http://trac.gispython.org/spatialindex epoch 0 platforms darwin name spatialindex long_description {{spatialindex provides a general framework for developing spatial indices.} Currently it defines generic interfaces, provides simple main memory and disk based storage managers and a robust implementation of an R*-tree, an MVR-tree and a TPR-tree.} maintainers {inmachina.com:max openmaintainer} categories {devel science} version 1.3.2 revision 0
    19351935spin 368
    1936 portdir devel/spin description {The Spin model checker} homepage http://spinroot.com epoch 0 platforms darwin name spin depends_lib {port:tk port:tcl} maintainers jann long_description {SPIN is a general tool for verifying the correctness of distributed software (software design) in a rigorous and mostly automated fashion.} categories devel version 5.1.7 revision 0
     1936portdir devel/spin description {The Spin model checker} homepage http://spinroot.com epoch 0 platforms darwin name spin depends_lib {port:tk port:tcl} maintainers jann long_description {SPIN is a general tool for verifying the correctness of distributed software (software design) in a rigorous and mostly automated fashion.} categories devel version 5.2.0 revision 0
    19371937splint 523
    19381938variants universal portdir devel/splint description {Secure Programming Lint} homepage http://splint.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name splint long_description {Splint is a tool for statically checking C programs for security vulnerabilities and coding mistakes. With minimal effort, Splint can be used as a better lint. If additional effort is invested adding annotations to programs, Splint can perform stronger checking than can be done by any standard lint.} maintainers waqar categories devel version 3.1.2 revision 0
     
    86718671py26-exif 468
    86728672portdir python/py26-exif description {Python interface to the EXIF meta-data} homepage http://sourceforge.net/projects/exif-py/ epoch 0 platforms {darwin freebsd} depends_lib port:python26 name py26-exif maintainers nomaintainer long_description {Exchangeable Image File Format for Digital Still Cameras is a meta-information tag that can be embedded in tiff or jpeg image files. py-exif is a Python interface to this data.} version 1.0.2 categories python revision 0
    8673 py26-fabric 798
    8674 portdir python/py26-fabric description {Fabric is a simple pythonic remote deployment tool.} homepage http://www.nongnu.org/fab/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:python26 port:py26-setuptools port:py26-paramiko} name py26-fabric maintainers {arthurk openmaintainer} long_description {It is designed to upload files to, and run shell commands on, a number of servers in parallel or serially. These commands are grouped in tasks (regular python functions) and specified in a 'fabfile'. It is a bit like a dumbed down Capistrano, except it's in Python, dosn't expect you to be deploying Rails applications, and the 'put' command works. Unlike Capistrano, Fabric want's to stay small, light, easy to change and not bound to any specific framework.} version 0.1.1 categories python revision 0
     8673py26-fabric 791
     8674portdir python/py26-fabric description {Fabric is a simple pythonic remote deployment tool.} homepage http://fabfile.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:python26 port:py26-setuptools port:py26-paramiko} name py26-fabric maintainers {arthurk openmaintainer} long_description {It is designed to upload files to, and run shell commands on, a number of servers in parallel or serially. These commands are grouped in tasks (regular python functions) and specified in a 'fabfile'. It is a bit like a dumbed down Capistrano, except it's in Python, dosn't expect you to be deploying Rails applications, and the 'put' command works. Unlike Capistrano, Fabric want's to stay small, light, easy to change and not bound to any specific framework.} version 0.9b1 categories python revision 0
    86758675py26-feedparser 514
    86768676portdir python/py26-feedparser description {RSS and Atom parser} homepage http://feedparser.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib port:python26 name py26-feedparser maintainers {openmaintainer brett} long_description {Universal Feed Parser is a Python module for downloading and parsing syndicated feeds. It can handle RSS 0.90, Netscape RSS 0.91, Userland RSS 0.91, RSS 0.92, RSS 0.93, RSS 0.94, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Atom, and CDF feeds.} depends_extract bin:unzip:unzip version 4.1 categories python revision 0
     
    1057710577rpl 545
    1057810578variants universal portdir textproc/rpl description {Rpl is a Unix replacement utility} homepage http://www.laffeycomputer.com/rpl.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name rpl long_description {rpl is a Unix text replacement utility. It will replace strings with new strings in multiple text files. It can scan directories recursively and replace strings in all files found. The search can be limited to files with certain filename suffixes (e.g. '.html', '.c', etc.).} maintainers freebsdcluster.org:mich categories textproc version 1.4.0 revision 0
    10579 rst2pdf 360
    10580 portdir textproc/rst2pdf description {Create PDF from reStructuredText} homepage http://code.google.com/p/rst2pdf/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:python26 port:py26-reportlab port:py26-docutils} name rst2pdf maintainers {blb openmaintainer} long_description {{Create PDF from reStructuredText}} version 0.11 categories {textproc python} revision 0
     10579rst2pdf 435
     10580portdir textproc/rst2pdf description {Create PDF from reStructuredText} homepage http://code.google.com/p/rst2pdf/ depends_run {port:py26-simplejson port:py26-pygments} epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:python26 port:py26-reportlab port:py26-docutils port:py26-setuptools} name rst2pdf maintainers {blb openmaintainer} long_description {{Create PDF from reStructuredText}} version 0.11 categories {textproc python} revision 1
    1058110581rtf2html 322
    1058210582portdir textproc/rtf2html description {rtf to html converter} homepage http://www.45.free.net/~vitus/ice/catdoc epoch 0 platforms {darwin freebsd} name rtf2html maintainers nomaintainer long_description {this is a tool for converting from the rtf-format to the html format.} version 1.1beta categories textproc revision 0
     
    1086610866variants {darwin_6 universal} portdir www/mod_perl description {Embeds a Perl interpreter in the Apache 1.3 server} homepage http://perl.apache.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name mod_perl depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:apache} long_description {{Embeds a Perl interpreter in the Apache 1.3 server}} maintainers nomaintainer categories www version 1.30 revision 0
    1086710867mod_perl2 995
    10868 variants universal portdir www/mod_perl2 description {Embeds a Perl interpreter in the Apache2 server} homepage http://perl.apache.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name mod_perl2 depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:apache2} long_description {mod_perl brings together the full power of the Perl programming language and the Apache HTTP server. You can use Perl to manage Apache, respond to requests for web pages and much more. mod_perl gives you a persistent Perl interpreter embedded in your web server. This lets you avoid the overhead of starting an external interpreter and avoids the penalty of Perl start-up time, giving you super-fast dynamic content. As you'd expect from the Perl community, there are hundreds of modules written for mod_perl, everything from persistent database connections, to templating sytems, to complete XML content delivery systems. Web sites like Slashdot and Wired Magazine use mod_perl.} maintainers cyberscript.net:ryan categories www version 2.0.3 revision 0
     10868variants universal portdir www/mod_perl2 description {Embeds a Perl interpreter in the Apache2 server} homepage http://perl.apache.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name mod_perl2 depends_lib {path:bin/perl:perl5 port:apache2} long_description {mod_perl brings together the full power of the Perl programming language and the Apache HTTP server. You can use Perl to manage Apache, respond to requests for web pages and much more. mod_perl gives you a persistent Perl interpreter embedded in your web server. This lets you avoid the overhead of starting an external interpreter and avoids the penalty of Perl start-up time, giving you super-fast dynamic content. As you'd expect from the Perl community, there are hundreds of modules written for mod_perl, everything from persistent database connections, to templating sytems, to complete XML content delivery systems. Web sites like Slashdot and Wired Magazine use mod_perl.} maintainers cyberscript.net:ryan categories www version 2.0.4 revision 0
    1086910869mod_proxy_html 572
    1087010870portdir www/mod_proxy_html description {apache output filter to rewrite HTML} homepage http://apache.webthing.com/mod_proxy_html/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name mod_proxy_html depends_lib {port:apache2 port:libxml2} maintainers nomaintainer long_description {mod_proxy_html is an output filter to rewrite HTML links in a proxy situation, to ensure that links work for users outside the proxy. It serves the same purpose as Apache's ProxyPassReverse directive does for HTTP headers, and is an essential component of a reverse proxy.} categories www version 3.0.1 revision 0
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