Changeset 73636 for trunk/dports/java


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Nov 20, 2010, 10:03:55 AM (9 years ago)
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blair@…
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  • trunk/dports/java/jna/Portfile

    r72977 r73636  
    33PortSystem 1.0
    44
    5 name                    jna
    6 version                 3.2.7
    7 categories              java
    8 platforms               darwin
    9 maintainers             blair
    10 description             Access to native shared libraries with pure Java code
     5name                    jna
     6version                 3.2.7
     7categories              java
     8platforms               darwin
     9maintainers             blair
     10description             Access to native shared libraries with pure Java code
    1111
    12 long_description        Java Native Access provides Java programs easy \
    13                         access to native shared libraries (DLLs on Windows) \
    14                         without writing anything but Java code - no JNI or \
    15                         native code is required.  This functionality is \
    16                         comparable to Windows' Platform/Invoke and Python's \
    17                         ctypes.  Access is dynamic at runtime without code \
    18                         generation.  JNA's design aims to provide native \
    19                         access in a natural way with a minimum of effort.  \
    20                         No boilerplate or generated code is required.  While \
    21                         some attention is paid to performance, correctness \
    22                         and ease of use take priority.
     12long_description        Java Native Access provides Java programs easy \
     13                        access to native shared libraries (DLLs on Windows) \
     14                        without writing anything but Java code - no JNI or \
     15                        native code is required.  This functionality is \
     16                        comparable to Windows' Platform/Invoke and Python's \
     17                        ctypes.  Access is dynamic at runtime without code \
     18                        generation.  JNA's design aims to provide native \
     19                        access in a natural way with a minimum of effort.  \
     20                        No boilerplate or generated code is required.  While \
     21                        some attention is paid to performance, correctness \
     22                        and ease of use take priority.
    2323
    24 homepage                https://jna.dev.java.net/
     24homepage                https://jna.dev.java.net/
    2525
    26 master_sites            ${homepage}source/browse/*checkout*/${name}/tags/${version}/jnalib/dist/
    27 distfiles               ${name}.jar
    28 fetch.ignore_sslcert    yes
     26master_sites            ${homepage}source/browse/*checkout*/${name}/tags/${version}/jnalib/dist/
     27distfiles               ${name}.jar
     28fetch.ignore_sslcert    yes
    2929extract.only
    3030
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    3434
    35 depends_lib             bin:java:kaffe
     35depends_lib             bin:java:kaffe
    3636
    37 use_configure           no
     37use_configure           no
    3838
    3939build { }
    4040
    4141destroot {
    42         set javadir ${destroot}${prefix}/share/java
     42        set javadir ${destroot}${prefix}/share/java
    4343
    44         xinstall -d -m 755 ${javadir}
     44        xinstall -d -m 755 ${javadir}
    4545
    46         file copy ${distpath}/${name}.jar ${javadir}/
     46        file copy ${distpath}/${name}.jar ${javadir}/
    4747}
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