Changeset 60134


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Nov 2, 2009, 10:54:03 PM (8 years ago)
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Total number of ports parsed: 6332
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    37883788depends_build bin:ant:apache-ant portdir java/saxpath description {simple Java API for XPath} homepage http://saxpath.sourceforge.net/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib bin:java:kaffe name saxpath maintainers nomaintainer long_description {The SAXPath project is a Simple API for XPath. SAXPath is analogous to SAX in that the API abstracts away the details of parsing and provides a simple event based callback interface.} categories {java devel textproc} version 1.0 revision 0
    37893789scala-migrations 1251
    3790 portdir java/scala-migrations description {Database migrations written in Scala} homepage http://code.google.com/p/scala-migrations/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name scala-migrations depends_lib bin:java:kaffe maintainers blair long_description {Scala Migrations is a library to manage upgrades and rollbacks to database schemas. Migrations allow a source control system to manage together the database schema and the code using the schema. It is designed to allow multiple developers working on a project with a database backend to design schema modifications independently, apply the migrations to their local database for debugging and when complete, check them into a source control system to manage as one manages normal source code. Other developers then check out the new migrations and apply them to their local database. Finally, the migrations are used to migrate the production databases to the latest schema version. The Scala Migrations library is written in Scala and makes use of the clean Scala language to write easy to understand migrations, which are also written in Scala. Scala Migrations provides a database abstraction layer that allows migrations to target any supported database vendor.} categories java version 0.9.1 revision 0
     3790portdir java/scala-migrations description {Database migrations written in Scala} homepage http://code.google.com/p/scala-migrations/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name scala-migrations depends_lib bin:java:kaffe maintainers blair long_description {Scala Migrations is a library to manage upgrades and rollbacks to database schemas. Migrations allow a source control system to manage together the database schema and the code using the schema. It is designed to allow multiple developers working on a project with a database backend to design schema modifications independently, apply the migrations to their local database for debugging and when complete, check them into a source control system to manage as one manages normal source code. Other developers then check out the new migrations and apply them to their local database. Finally, the migrations are used to migrate the production databases to the latest schema version. The Scala Migrations library is written in Scala and makes use of the clean Scala language to write easy to understand migrations, which are also written in Scala. Scala Migrations provides a database abstraction layer that allows migrations to target any supported database vendor.} categories java version 0.9.2 revision 0
    37913791scalaz 691
    37923792portdir java/scalaz description {General utility library that extends the Scala core API} homepage http://wiki.workingmouse.com/index.php/Scalaz epoch 0 platforms darwin name scalaz depends_lib port:scala maintainers blair long_description {Scalaz (Scar-lah-zed) is a library written in the Scala Programming Language. One mandate of the library is to depend only on the core Scala API and the core Java 2 Standard Edition API. The intention of Scalaz is to include general functions that are not currently available in the core Scala API. Scalaz is released under a BSD open source licence making it compatible with the licence of the Scala project.} categories java version 2.3 revision 1
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