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Sun, 15 Feb 2009
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clive-utils multimedia  Deleted Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit Passwords, RSS parsing, and link extraction for clive
head/multimedia/Makefile
clive-utils contains additional utilities that can be used together with
clive(1) (Historically, these utilities were part of clive(1) 1.x and were
written in Python/Newt; they have now been rewritten in Perl/Tk to replace
the features that were removed in clive 2.0):

-clivefeed(1), a utility that parses RSS feeds containing video page links
        and uses clive(1) to extract them;

-clivescan(1), a utility that scans video pages for video links and uses
        clive(1) to extract them; and

-clivepass(1), a utility that can be used to create and change passwords
        for websites used by clive(1). The passwords are encrypted and
        saved along with the username information. Access is restricted
        by using a global passphrase.

WWW:    http://code.google.com/p/clive-utils/

PR:             ports/131481
Submitted by:   bf <bf2006a at yahoo.com>

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