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Timestamp:
Apr 15, 2011, 5:00:54 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
ryandesign@…
Message:

mkconsole: whitespace / formatting changes, add modeline

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  • trunk/dports/aqua/mkconsole/Portfile

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     1# -*- coding: utf-8; mode: tcl; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- vim:fenc=utf-8:ft=tcl:et:sw=4:ts=4:sts=4
    12# $Id$
    23
    3 PortSystem              1.0
    4 PortGroup               xcode 1.0
     4PortSystem          1.0
     5PortGroup           xcode 1.0
    56
    6 name                    mkconsole
    7 set my_name             MkConsole
    8 version                 1.11
    9 categories              aqua
    10 maintainers             nomaintainer
    11 description             application that displays logfiles on your desktop
     7name                mkconsole
     8set my_name         MkConsole
     9version             1.11
     10categories          aqua
     11maintainers         nomaintainer
    1212
    13 long_description \
    14         This is a little application that displays logfiles on your \
    15         desktop. Really useful if you have to monitor servers or you \
    16         just want to keep an eye on what's going on on your machine. \
    17         In its standard configuration it displays entries from any \
    18         number of logfiles interleaved in a single window. Have a \
    19         look at some screenshots. MkConsole is smart enough to close \
    20         and reopen files every now and then to deal with rotating \
    21         files and it transparently works around stale NFS handles \
    22         which often exist after your Mac wakes up from sleep and \
    23         tries to read from a logfile mounted via NFS. If you don't \
    24         mind hacking the user defaults (rather than using the \
    25         preferences panel) you can also configure multiple windows \
    26         with multiple logifiles each.
     13description         application that displays logfiles on your desktop
    2714
    28 homepage                http://www.mulle-kybernetik.com/software/${my_name}/
    29 master_sites    ${homepage}Downloads/
    30 use_dmg         yes
     15long_description    This is a little application that displays logfiles on \
     16                    your desktop. Really useful if you have to monitor \
     17                    servers or you just want to keep an eye on what's going \
     18                    on on your machine. In its standard configuration it \
     19                    displays entries from any number of logfiles interleaved \
     20                    in a single window. Have a look at some screenshots. \
     21                    MkConsole is smart enough to close and reopen files \
     22                    every now and then to deal with rotating files and it \
     23                    transparently works around stale NFS handles which often \
     24                    exist after your Mac wakes up from sleep and tries to \
     25                    read from a logfile mounted via NFS. If you don't mind \
     26                    hacking the user defaults (rather than using the \
     27                    preferences panel) you can also configure multiple \
     28                    windows with multiple logfiles each.
    3129
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    33                 rmd160  4eab3d0bb86b4fe742cc991641121f615c0f58dc
     30homepage            http://www.mulle-kybernetik.com/software/${my_name}/
     31master_sites        ${homepage}Downloads/
     32use_dmg             yes
    3433
    35 worksrcdir      ${name}-${version}/Source/${name}-${version}
     34checksums           sha1    1b49da4f959bbe7b14076a3bad956a4ab35ea0f3 \
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     36
     37worksrcdir          ${name}-${version}/Source/${name}-${version}
    3638
    3739xcode.destroot.settings-append SKIP_INSTALL=no
    3840
    39 livecheck.type  regex
    40 livecheck.url   ${homepage}
    41 livecheck.regex {v(\d+(?:\.\d+)*)}
     41livecheck.type      regex
     42livecheck.url       ${homepage}
     43livecheck.regex     {v(\d+(?:\.\d+)*)}
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