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......@@ -424,7 +424,7 @@ m68kbinutils-2.9.1|/usr/ports/devel/binutils-m68k|/usr/local|FSF binutils-2.9.2
bison-1.28|/usr/ports/devel/bison|/usr/local|A parser generator from FSF, (mostly) compatible with Yacc|/usr/ports/devel/bison/pkg/DESCR|obrien@NUXI.com|devel|gettext-0.10.35|gettext-0.10.35|
boehm-gc-5.0a4|/usr/ports/devel/boehm-gc|/usr/local|Garbage collection and memory leak detection for C and C++|/usr/ports/devel/boehm-gc/pkg/DESCR|mmcg@cs.monash.edu.au|devel|||
bonobo-0.15|/usr/ports/devel/bonobo|/usr/X11R6|The component and compound document system for GNOME|/usr/ports/devel/bonobo/pkg/DESCR|ade@FreeBSD.org|devel gnome|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gmake-3.79.1 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gnomeprint-0.20 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libtool-1.3.4 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 oaf-0.4.0 png-1.0.7 popt-1.5 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gnomecontrolcenter-1.2.0 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gnomeprint-0.20 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 oaf-0.4.0 png-1.0.7 popt-1.5 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.gnome.org/
bugbuddy-1.0|/usr/ports/devel/bugbuddy|/usr/X11R6|A bug reporting tool for GNOME|/usr/ports/devel/bugbuddy/pkg/DESCR|nakai@FreeBSD.org|devel gnome|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gmake-3.79.1 gnomecontrolcenter-1.2.0 gnomecore-1.2.1 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libtool-1.3.4 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 png-1.0.7 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gnomecontrolcenter-1.2.0 gnomecore-1.2.1 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 png-1.0.7 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.gnome.org/
bugbuddy-1.0|/usr/ports/devel/bugbuddy|/usr/X11R6|A bug reporting tool for GNOME|/usr/ports/devel/bugbuddy/pkg/DESCR|nakai@FreeBSD.org|devel gnome|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gmake-3.79.1 gnomecontrolcenter-1.2.0 gnomecore-1.2.1 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libglade-0.14 libtool-1.3.4 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 png-1.0.7 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|ORBit-0.5.2 XFree86-3.3.6 esound-0.2.18 gdk-pixbuf-0.8.0 gettext-0.10.35 glib-1.2.8 gnomecontrolcenter-1.2.0 gnomecore-1.2.1 gnomelibs-1.2.4 gtk-1.2.8 imlib-1.9.8.1 jpeg-6b libaudiofile-0.1.9 libglade-0.14 libungif-4.1.0b1 libxml-1.8.9 png-1.0.7 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.gnome.org/
c_c++_reference-1.08|/usr/ports/devel/c_c++_reference|/usr/local|C/C++ reference manual for KDevelop|/usr/ports/devel/c_c++_reference/pkg/DESCR|imura@FreeBSD.org|devel||XFree86-3.3.6 jpeg-6b kdelibs-1.1.2.1 kdevelop-1.2 png-1.0.7 qt-1.45 tiff-3.5.5|http://www.kdevelop.org/
c_c++_reference-i18n-1.08|/usr/ports/devel/c_c++_reference-i18n|/usr/local|C/C++ reference manual for KDevelop|/usr/ports/devel/c_c++_reference-i18n/../c_c++_reference/pkg/DESCR|imura@FreeBSD.org|devel||Mesa-3.2 XFree86-3.3.6 autoconf-2.13 jpeg-6b kdebase-i18n-1.1.2 kdelibs-i18n-1.1.2 kdesupport-i18n-1.1.2 kdevelop-i18n-1.1 m4-1.4 png-1.0.7 qt-i18n-1.45 tiff-3.5.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.kdevelop.org/
cbrowser-0.6|/usr/ports/devel/cbrowser|/usr/local|Graphical front end for cscope clones|/usr/ports/devel/cbrowser/pkg/DESCR|jkoshy@freebsd.org|devel tk82||XFree86-3.3.6 tcl-8.2.3 tk-8.2.3|http://www.ziplink.net/~felaco/cbrowser/
......@@ -799,7 +799,7 @@ vigor-0.016|/usr/ports/editors/vigor|/usr/local|A vi clone inspired by the userf
vile-9.1|/usr/ports/editors/vile|/usr/local|VI Like Emacs. a vi "workalike", with many additional features|/usr/ports/editors/vile/pkg/DESCR|gj@freebsd.org|editors|||
vilearn-1.0|/usr/ports/editors/vilearn|/usr/local|An interactive tutorial for the vi editor|/usr/ports/editors/vilearn/pkg/DESCR|i.vaudrey@bigfoot.com|editors|||
vim-lite-5.7|/usr/ports/editors/vim-lite|/usr/local|Vi "workalike", with many additional features|/usr/ports/editors/vim-lite/../vim5/pkg/DESCR|obrien@FreeBSD.org|editors|||http://www.vim.org/
vim-5.7|/usr/ports/editors/vim5|/usr/local|Vi "workalike", with many additional features|/usr/ports/editors/vim5/pkg/DESCR|obrien@FreeBSD.org|editors|Motif-2.1.10 XFree86-3.3.6 python-1.5.2 tcl-8.0.5 xpm-3.4k|XFree86-3.3.6 python-1.5.2 tcl-8.0.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.vim.org/
vim-5.7|/usr/ports/editors/vim5|/usr/local|Vi "workalike", with many additional features|/usr/ports/editors/vim5/pkg/DESCR|obrien@FreeBSD.org|editors|Motif-2.1.10 XFree86-3.3.6 tcl-8.0.5 xpm-3.4k|XFree86-3.3.6 tcl-8.0.5 xpm-3.4k|http://www.vim.org/
wemi-emacs-1.13.4|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs|/usr/local|WEMI, Library of MIME feature for GNU Emacs (branch of SEMI kernel package)|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs/pkg/DESCR|shige@FreeBSD.org|editors elisp|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs-10.2 custom-emacs-1.9962 emacs-19.34b flim-emacs-1.12.7 ja-nkf-1.71|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs-10.2 custom-emacs-1.9962 emacs-19.34b flim-emacs-1.12.7|
wemi-emacs-1.13.7|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs-current|/usr/local|WEMI, Library of MIME feature for GNU Emacs (branch of SEMI kernel package)|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs-current/pkg/DESCR|shige@FreeBSD.org|editors elisp|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs-10.2 custom-emacs-1.9962 emacs-19.34b flim-emacs-1.13.2 ja-nkf-1.71|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs-10.2 custom-emacs-1.9962 emacs-19.34b flim-emacs-1.13.2|
wemi-emacs20-1.13.4|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs20|/usr/local|WEMI, Library of MIME feature for GNU Emacs (branch of SEMI kernel package)|/usr/ports/editors/wemi-emacs20/pkg/DESCR|shige@FreeBSD.org|editors elisp|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs20-10.2 emacs-20.7 flim-emacs20-1.12.7 ja-nkf-1.71|XFree86-3.3.6 apel-emacs20-10.2 emacs-20.7 flim-emacs20-1.12.7|
......
......@@ -912,7 +912,7 @@ MTREE_FILE= /etc/mtree/BSD.local.dist
.endif
MTREE_CMD?= /usr/sbin/mtree
.if ${OSVERSION} >= 500010
MTREE_ARGS?= -U -f ${MTREE_FILE} -d -e -p -L
MTREE_ARGS?= -U -f ${MTREE_FILE} -L -d -e -p
.else
MTREE_ARGS?= -U -f ${MTREE_FILE} -d -e -p
.endif
......
# New ports collection makefile for: kdeutils2
# Date created: Sun 14 May 2000 02:52:20
# Whom: Will Andrews <will@FreeBSD.org>
#
# $FreeBSD$
#
PORTNAME= kdeutils
PORTVERSION= 1.90
CATEGORIES= misc kde
MASTER_SITES= $(MASTER_SITE_KDE)
MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR= unstable/distribution/tar/src
MAINTAINER= will@FreeBSD.org
LIB_DEPENDS= jpeg.9:${PORTSDIR}/graphics/jpeg \
kdecore.4:${PORTSDIR}/x11/kdelibs2
BROKEN= "Does not compile/run properly"
MOC?= ${X11BASE}/bin/moc2
USE_BZIP2= yes
USE_QT2= yes
INSTALLS_SHLIB= yes
GNU_CONFIGURE= yes
CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--with-qt-dir=${X11BASE} \
--with-qt-includes=${X11BASE}/include/qt2 \
--with-qt-libraries=${X11BASE}/lib
CONFIGURE_ENV+= MOC="${MOC}"
USE_GMAKE= yes
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (kdeutils-1.90.tar.bz2) = 3fd9d5c14254dd0f3d45eeaa99c43da9
Utilities for the KDE integrated X11 desktop
KDE provides an integrated X11 based environment, much like CDE.
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# New ports collection makefile for: lzo
# Date created: 21 Feb 1998
# Whom: giffunip@asme.org
#
# $FreeBSD$
#
PORTNAME= lzo
PORTVERSION= 1.06
CATEGORIES= archivers devel
MASTER_SITES= ${MASTER_SITE_SUNSITE} \
http://wildsau.idv.uni-linz.ac.at/mfx/lzo-download/
MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR= libs/compression
MAINTAINER= ports@FreeBSD.org
USE_LIBTOOL= yes
INSTALLS_SHLIB= yes
post-install:
.if !defined(NOPORTDOCS)
@${MKDIR} ${PREFIX}/share/doc/lzo
${INSTALL_DATA} ${WRKSRC}/doc/* ${PREFIX}/share/doc/lzo
.endif
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (lzo-1.06.tar.gz) = 01a56f80a9186383d2183f917e9fe4e9
--- configure.orig Tue Nov 30 02:37:24 1999
+++ configure Sun Dec 5 12:07:23 1999
@@ -3496,7 +3496,7 @@
if test "$enable_debug" = yes; then
CFLAGS_O="-O0"
else
- CFLAGS_O="-O2"
+ CFLAGS_O=""
fi
CFLAGS_W="-Wall -Wcast-align -Wwrite-strings"
case $host in
Portable speedy, lossless data compression library
LZO is a data compression library which is suitable for data
de-/compression in real-time. This means it favours speed over
compression ratio.
LZO implements a number of algorithms with the following features:
+ Decompression is simple and *very* fast.
+ Requires no memory for decompression.
+ Compression is pretty fast.
+ Requires 64 kB of memory for compression.
+ Allows you to dial up extra compression at a speed cost in the
compressor. The speed of the decompressor is not reduced.
+ Includes compression levels for generating pre-compressed data
which achieve a quite competitive compression ratio.
+ There is also a compression level which needs only 8 kB for
compression.
+ Algorithm is thread safe.
+ Algorithm is lossless.
Author: Markus Franz Xaver Johannes Oberhumer
markus.oberhumer@jk.uni-linz.ac.at
WWW: http://wildsau.idv.uni-linz.ac.at/mfx/lzo.html
include/lzo1.h
include/lzo16bit.h
include/lzo1a.h
include/lzo1b.h
include/lzo1c.h
include/lzo1f.h
include/lzo1x.h
include/lzo1y.h
include/lzo1z.h
include/lzo2a.h
include/lzoconf.h
include/lzoutil.h
lib/liblzo.a
lib/liblzo.so
lib/liblzo.so.1
share/doc/lzo/LTEST.TXT
share/doc/lzo/LZO.FAQ
share/doc/lzo/LZO.TXT
share/doc/lzo/LZOAPI.TXT
@dirrm share/doc/lzo
# New ports collection makefile for: gshar+gunshar
# Date created: 28 Dec 1994
# Whom: ache
#
# $FreeBSD$
#
PORTNAME= sharutils
PORTVERSION= 4.2.1
CATEGORIES= archivers
MASTER_SITES= ${MASTER_SITE_GNU}
MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR= sharutils
MAINTAINER= ports@FreeBSD.org
GNU_CONFIGURE= yes
CONFIGURE_ARGS= --program-prefix=g --disable-uucode --disable-nls
INSTALL_TARGET= install install-man
MAN1= gshar.1 gunshar.1
post-install:
.for info in remsync.info sharutils.info
install-info ${PREFIX}/info/${info} ${PREFIX}/info/dir
.endfor
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (sharutils-4.2.1.tar.gz) = b8ba1d409f07edcb335ff72a27bd9828
--- doc/remsync.texi.orig Sun Jun 8 22:59:35 1997
+++ doc/remsync.texi Sun Jun 8 23:02:50 1997
@@ -2,6 +2,11 @@
@c %**start of header
@setfilename remsync.info
@settitle @code{remsync} reference manual
+@dircategory File transfer and archiving tools
+@direntry
+* remsync: (remsync). Synchronize remote directory
+ trees using email.
+@end direntry
@finalout
@setchapternewpage odd
@c %**end of header
--- doc/sharutils.texi.orig Sun Jun 8 22:59:41 1997
+++ doc/sharutils.texi Sun Jun 8 23:10:37 1997
@@ -2,6 +2,16 @@
@c %**start of header
@setfilename sharutils.info
@settitle GNU @code{shar} utilities
+@dircategory File transfer and archiving tools
+@direntry
+* Shar utilities: (sharutils). GNU shar utilities.
+* mail-files: (sharutils)mail-files invocation. Send files to remote site.
+* mailshar: (sharutils)mailshar invocation. Make and send a shell archive.
+* shar: (sharutils)shar invocation. Make a shell archive.
+* unshar: (sharutils)unshar invocation. Explode a shell archive.
+* uudecode: (sharutils)uudecode invocation. Restore file from 7-bits.
+* uuencode: (sharutils)uuencode invocation. Force binary file to 7-bits.
+@end direntry
@finalout
@c %**end of header
@@ -15,21 +26,6 @@
@end tex
@ifinfo
-@format
-START-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
-* Shar utilities: (sharutils). GNU shar utilities.
-* mail-files: (sharutils)mail-files invocation. Send files to remote site.
-* mailshar: (sharutils)mailshar invocation. Make and send a shell archive.
-* remsync: (sharutils)remsync invocation. Synchronize remote files.
-* shar: (sharutils)shar invocation. Make a shell archive.
-* unshar: (sharutils)unshar invocation. Explode a shell archive.
-* uudecode: (sharutils)uudecode invocation. Restore file from 7-bits.
-* uuencode: (sharutils)uuencode invocation. Force binary file to 7-bits.
-END-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
-@end format
-@end ifinfo
-
-@ifinfo
This file documents the GNU set of shar utilities.
Copyright (C) 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@@ -157,8 +153,8 @@
The format of the @code{shar} command is one of:
@example
-shar [ @var{option} ] @dots{} @var{file} @dots{}
-shar -S [ @var{option} ] @dots{}
+gshar [ @var{option} ] @dots{} @var{file} @dots{}
+gshar -S [ @var{option} ] @dots{}
@end example
In the first form, the file list is given as command arguments. In the
@@ -548,7 +544,7 @@
The format of the @code{unshar} command is:
@example
-unshar [ @var{option} ] @dots{} [ @var{file} @dots{} ]
+gunshar [ @var{option} ] @dots{} [ @var{file} @dots{} ]
@end example
Each @var{file} is processed in turn, as a shell archive or a
@@ -635,10 +631,10 @@
Let us conclude by a showing a few examples of @code{shar} usage:
@example
-shar *.c > cprog.shar
-shar -Q *.[ch] > cprog.shar
-shar -B -l28 -oarc.sh. *.arc
-shar -f /lcl/src/u*.c > u.sh
+gshar *.c > cprog.shar
+gshar -Q *.[ch] > cprog.shar
+gshar -B -l28 -oarc.sh. *.arc
+gshar -f /lcl/src/u*.c > u.sh
@end example
@noindent
--- src/shar.c.orig Sun Jun 8 22:47:22 1997
+++ src/shar.c Sun Jun 8 22:47:37 1997
@@ -688,7 +688,7 @@
const char *local_name;
const char *restore_name;
{
- fprintf (output, "# %6ld %s %s\n", struct_stat.st_size,
+ fprintf (output, "# %6ld %s %s\n", (long)struct_stat.st_size,
mode_string (struct_stat.st_mode), restore_name);
return 0;
}
Allow packing and unpacking of shell archives
This is the set of GNU shar utilities.
`shar' makes so-called shell archives out of many files, preparing
them for transmission by electronic mail services. `unshar' helps
unpacking shell archives after reception. The core of both programs
is initially derived from public domain. Some modules and other
code sections are freely borrowed from other GNU distributions,
bringing `shar' under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/sharutils/sharutils.html
bin/gmail-files
bin/gmailshar
bin/gremsync
bin/gshar
bin/gunshar
@unexec install-info --delete %D/info/sharutils.info %D/info/dir
@unexec install-info --delete %D/info/remsync.info %D/info/dir
info/sharutils.info
info/remsync.info
@exec install-info %D/info/sharutils.info %D/info/dir
@exec install-info %D/info/remsync.info %D/info/dir
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