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Sat, 20 Jul 2013
[ 07:49 koobs ] Original commit 
323337 devel/Makefile
323337 devel/py-pbr
323337 devel/py-pbr/Makefile
323337 devel/py-pbr/distinfo
323337 devel/py-pbr/files
323337 devel/py-pbr/files/patch-setup.py
323337 devel/py-pbr/pkg-descr
323337 devel/py-pbr/pkg-plist
devel/py-pbr: Python Build Reasonableness [NEW PORT]

PBR is a library that injects some useful and sensible default
behaviors into your setuptools run. It started off life as the chunks
of code that were copied between all of the OpenStack projects. Around
the time that OpenStack hit 18 different projects each with at least 3
active branches, it seems like a good time to make that code into a
proper re-usable library.

WWW: https://github.com/openstack-dev/pbr

PR:		180550
Submitted by:	Mikolaj Golub <trociny@FreeBSD.org>
[ 03:58 vanilla ] Original commit 
323332 devel/Makefile
323332 devel/libfortuna
323332 devel/libfortuna/Makefile
323332 devel/libfortuna/distinfo
323332 devel/libfortuna/pkg-descr
323332 devel/libfortuna/pkg-plist
Add libfortuna 0.1.0, fortuna PRNG Library.

PR:		ports/180661
Submitted by:	waitman@waitman.net
Thu, 18 Jul 2013
[ 08:24 miwi ] Original commit 
323208 devel/Makefile
323208 devel/libdouble-conversion
323208 devel/libdouble-conversion/Makefile
323208 devel/libdouble-conversion/distinfo
323208 devel/libdouble-conversion/pkg-descr
323208 devel/libdouble-conversion/pkg-plist
This project (double-conversion) provides binary-decimal and decimal-binary
routines for IEEE doubles.

The library consists of efficient conversion routines that have been extracted
from the V8 JavaScript engine. The code has been refactored and improved so that
it can be used more easily in other projects.

WWW: http://code.google.com/p/double-conversion

PR:		ports/179621
Submitted by:	Waitman Gobble <waitman@waitman.net>
Wed, 17 Jul 2013
[ 19:27 glarkin ] Original commit 
323184 devel/Makefile
323184 devel/gearmand-devel
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/Makefile
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/distinfo
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/files
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/files/gearmand.in
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/files/patch-configure
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/files/patch-libgearman-server__log.cc
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/files/patch-libtest__lite.h
323184 devel/gearmand-devel/pkg-descr

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Gearman provides a generic framework to farm out work to other
machines or dispatch function calls to machines that are better suited
to do the work. It allows you to do work in parallel, to load balance
processing, and to call functions between languages. It can be used in
a variety of applications, from high-availability web sites to the
transport for database replication.

WWW:	http://www.gearman.org/
[ 07:14 rene ] Original commit 
323152 MOVED
323152 devel/Makefile
323152 devel/kdevelop-custom-buildsystem
Remove expired port:
2013-07-17 devel/kdevelop-custom-buildsystem: part of devel/kdevelop-kde4 now
Sat, 13 Jul 2013
[ 21:30 swills ] Original commit 
322972 devel/Makefile
322972 devel/rubygem-sequel/Makefile
322972 devel/rubygem-sequel/distinfo
322972 devel/rubygem-sequel3
322972 devel/rubygem-sequel3/Makefile
- Update rubygem-sequel to 4.0.0
- Create sequel3 port for rubygem-larch
[ 21:10 wg ] Original commit 
322971 devel/Makefile
322971 devel/py-sysctl
322971 devel/py-sysctl/Makefile
322971 devel/py-sysctl/distinfo
322971 devel/py-sysctl/pkg-descr
322971 devel/py-sysctl/pkg-plist
devel/py-sysctl: wrapper for the sysctl system functions

Python wrapper for the sysctl system functions.

It provides a very simple interface to query for sysctls and to change
their values in a pythonic way.

WWW: https://github.com/williambr/py-sysctl
[ 16:03 wg ] Original commit 
322941 devel/Makefile
322941 devel/py-paver
322941 devel/py-paver/Makefile
322941 devel/py-paver/distinfo
322941 devel/py-paver/pkg-descr
322941 devel/py-paver/pkg-plist
devel/py-paver: easy build, distribution and deployment scripting

Paver is a Python-based software project scripting tool along the lines of Make
or Rake. It is not designed to handle the dependency tracking requirements of,
for example, a C program. It is designed to help out with all of your other
repetitive tasks (run documentation generators, moving files about,
downloading things), all with the convenience of Python's syntax and massive
library of code.

WWW: http://pythonhosted.org/Paver/
Wed, 10 Jul 2013
[ 17:32 zi ] Original commit 
322721 devel/Makefile
322721 devel/rubygem-paperclip
322721 devel/rubygem-paperclip/Makefile
322721 devel/rubygem-paperclip/distinfo
322721 devel/rubygem-paperclip/pkg-descr
New port: devel/rubygem-paperclip:

Easy upload management for ActiveRecord

WWW: https://rubygems.org/gems/paperclip
[ 17:31 zi ] Original commit 
322720 devel/Makefile
322720 devel/rubygem-cocaine
322720 devel/rubygem-cocaine/Makefile
322720 devel/rubygem-cocaine/distinfo
322720 devel/rubygem-cocaine/pkg-descr
New port: devel/rubygem-cocaine:

A small library for doing (command) lines

WWW: https://rubygems.org/gems/cocaine
[ 17:30 zi ] Original commit 
322719 devel/Makefile
322719 devel/rubygem-climate_control
322719 devel/rubygem-climate_control/Makefile
322719 devel/rubygem-climate_control/distinfo
322719 devel/rubygem-climate_control/pkg-descr
New port: devel/rubygem-climate_control:

Modify your ENV

WWW: https://rubygems.org/gems/climate_control
[ 11:25 kwm ] Original commit 
322652 devel/Makefile
322652 devel/libc++
322652 devel/libc++/Makefile
322652 devel/libc++/Makefile.svn_rev
322652 devel/libc++/distinfo
322652 devel/libc++/pkg-descr
322652 devel/libc++/pkg-plist
Add llvm's libc++ stdc++ library, which supports c++11.
This is for 9.1-stable so ports can use it. libc++ isn't build by default in
9.x.
Borrow some code from the llvm/clang -devel ports for generating svn checkout
semi automaticly.
[ 09:29 rene ] Original commit 
322632 MOVED
322632 audio/Makefile
322632 audio/gdam
322632 devel/Makefile
322632 devel/gnome-vfs1
Remove expired ports:
2013-07-10 audio/gdam: Broken for a while
2013-07-10 devel/gnome-vfs1: No more depend on, No more supported upstream
Mon, 8 Jul 2013
[ 15:11 wxs ] Original commit 
322511 devel/Makefile
322511 devel/mongo-cxx-driver
322511 devel/mongo-cxx-driver/Makefile
322511 devel/mongo-cxx-driver/distinfo
322511 devel/mongo-cxx-driver/pkg-descr
322511 devel/mongo-cxx-driver/pkg-plist
Official Mongo C++ Driver

Mongo (from "humongous") is a high-performance, open source,
schema-free, document-oriented database. A common name in the
"NOSQL" community.

PR:		ports/175616
Submitted by:	 Waitman Gobble <uzimac@da3m0n8t3r.com>
[ 15:09 wxs ] Original commit 
322510 devel/Makefile
Attach mongo-c-driver, forgot in earlier commit.
Sun, 7 Jul 2013
[ 03:23 koobs ] Original commit 
322416 MOVED
322416 devel/Makefile
322416 devel/py-reddit
devel/py-reddit: Delete port. Has been removed from PyPI, Use www/py-praw

- Delete devel/py-reddit
- Update devel/Makefile
- Add MOVED index entry
Wed, 3 Jul 2013
[ 18:42 zi ] Original commit 
322244 devel/Makefile
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/Makefile
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/distinfo
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/files
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/files/patch-META.yml
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/files/patch-lib__JSON__Path.pm
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/pkg-descr
322244 devel/p5-JSON-Path/pkg-plist
New port: devel/p5-JSON-Path:

search nested hashref/arrayref structures using JSONPath

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/JSON-Path/
[ 18:22 zi ] Original commit 
322242 devel/Makefile
322242 devel/p5-Lvalue
322242 devel/p5-Lvalue/Makefile
322242 devel/p5-Lvalue/distinfo
322242 devel/p5-Lvalue/pkg-descr
322242 devel/p5-Lvalue/pkg-plist
New port: devel/p5-Lvalue:

Lvalue takes an object produced by some other package and wraps it
with lvalue functionality implemented with the object's original
getter and setter routines. Lvalue assumes its object uses the
relatively standard getter / setter idiom where any arguments is a
setter, and no arguments is a getter.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Lvalue/
Tue, 2 Jul 2013
[ 15:38 danfe ] Original commit 
322177 devel/Makefile
322177 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Worker
322177 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Worker/Makefile
322177 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Worker/distinfo
322177 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Worker/pkg-descr
322177 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Worker/pkg-plist
Add p5-AnyEvent-Worker, to manage blocking task in external process.

PR:	ports/179750
[ 15:24 danfe ] Original commit 
322176 devel/Makefile
322176 devel/p5-AnyEvent-RPC
322176 devel/p5-AnyEvent-RPC/Makefile
322176 devel/p5-AnyEvent-RPC/distinfo
322176 devel/p5-AnyEvent-RPC/pkg-descr
322176 devel/p5-AnyEvent-RPC/pkg-plist
- Add p5-AnyEvent-RPC, abstract framework for RPC clients
- Remove trailing space in devel/Makefile while I am here

PR:	ports/179747
[ 14:51 danfe ] Original commit 
322174 devel/Makefile
322174 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Connection
322174 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Connection/Makefile
322174 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Connection/distinfo
322174 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Connection/pkg-descr
322174 devel/p5-AnyEvent-Connection/pkg-plist
Add p5-AnyEvent-Connection, base class for TCP connectful clients.

PR:	ports/179746
[ 06:21 jgh ] Original commit 
322157 devel/Makefile
322157 devel/libvirt-glib
322157 devel/libvirt-glib/Makefile
322157 devel/libvirt-glib/distinfo
322157 devel/libvirt-glib/pkg-descr
322157 devel/libvirt-glib/pkg-plist
Glib bindings for Libvirt virtualization API

WWW: http://www.libvirt.org
Mon, 1 Jul 2013
[ 20:07 wg ] Original commit 
322144 devel/Makefile
322144 devel/ocaml-opam
322144 devel/ocaml-opam/Makefile
322144 devel/ocaml-opam/distinfo
322144 devel/ocaml-opam/pkg-descr
devel/ocaml-opam: Source-based package manager for OCaml

OPAM is a source-based package manager for OCaml. It supports multiple
simultaneous compiler installations, flexible package constraints, and
a Git-friendly development workflow.

WWW: http://opam.ocamlpro.com/index.html

PR:		ports/179462
Submitted by:	Joris Giovannangeli <joris.gio@gmail.com>
[ 19:18 wg ] Original commit 
322140 devel/Makefile
322140 devel/matreshka
322140 devel/matreshka/Makefile
322140 devel/matreshka/distinfo
322140 devel/matreshka/files
322140 devel/matreshka/files/patch-Makefile.build
322140 devel/matreshka/files/patch-Makefile.install
322140 devel/matreshka/pkg-descr
devel/matreshka: Ada framework for information systems development

Matreshka is an Ada framework to develop information systems.  It consists
of five major components: League, XML processor, Web framework, SQL access,
and the Modeling framework.

League:
    High level abstraction of localization and internationalization. Also
    provides calendrical calculations, regular expressions, and JSON.

XML processor:
    Sax reader and writer, supports XML 1.0 and 1.1 as well as namespaces.
    It also has an XML catalogs resolver.

Web framework:
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[ 12:01 demon ] Original commit 
322123 devel/Makefile
322123 devel/py-country
322123 devel/py-country/Makefile
322123 devel/py-country/distinfo
322123 devel/py-country/files
322123 devel/py-country/files/patch-setup.py
322123 devel/py-country/pkg-descr
322123 devel/py-country/pkg-plist
New port: py-country.
Python API for ISO country, subdivision, language and currency.
[ 09:19 rene ] Original commit 
322119 MOVED
322119 comms/Makefile
322119 comms/libticables
322119 devel/Makefile
322119 devel/libticalcs
322119 devel/libtifiles
322119 emulators/Makefile
322119 emulators/tiemu2
322119 net/Makefile
322119 net/openldap23-client

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Remove expired ports:
2013-07-01 net/openldap23-sasl-client: Unmaintained by upstream
2013-07-01 net/openldap23-server: Unmaintained by upstream
2013-07-01 net/openldap23-client: Unmaintained by upstream
2013-07-01 www/py-django13: Unsupported version
2013-07-01 devel/libtifiles: Superseded by devel/libtifiles2
2013-07-01 comms/libticables: Superseded by comms/libticables2
2013-07-01 devel/libticalcs: Superseded by comms/libticalcs2
2013-07-01 emulators/tiemu2: Superseded by emulators/tiemu3
Sun, 30 Jun 2013
[ 15:54 antoine ] Original commit 
322090 devel/Makefile
322090 devel/py-olefileio_pl
322090 devel/py-olefileio_pl/Makefile
322090 devel/py-olefileio_pl/distinfo
322090 devel/py-olefileio_pl/pkg-descr
322090 devel/py-olefileio_pl/pkg-plist
New port: py-olefileio_pl
A python module to read Microsoft OLE2 files
[ 14:51 antoine ] Original commit 
322089 devel/Makefile
322089 devel/py-binplist
322089 devel/py-binplist/Makefile
322089 devel/py-binplist/distinfo
322089 devel/py-binplist/pkg-descr
New port: py-binplist
A binary property list parser module written in python
Fri, 28 Jun 2013
[ 04:04 swills ] Original commit 
321940 devel/Makefile
321940 devel/rubygem-shoulda-context
321940 devel/rubygem-shoulda-context/Makefile
321940 devel/rubygem-shoulda-context/distinfo
321940 devel/rubygem-shoulda-context/pkg-descr
Context framework extracted from Shoulda

WWW: http://thoughtbot.com/community/
[ 04:04 swills ] Original commit 
321939 devel/Makefile
321939 devel/rubygem-shoulda-matchers
321939 devel/rubygem-shoulda-matchers/Makefile
321939 devel/rubygem-shoulda-matchers/pkg-descr
Making tests easy on the fingers and eyes

WWW: http://thoughtbot.com/community/
Thu, 27 Jun 2013
[ 06:59 miwi ] Original commit 
321856 devel/Makefile
321856 devel/rubygem-structured_warnings
321856 devel/rubygem-structured_warnings/Makefile
321856 devel/rubygem-structured_warnings/distinfo
321856 devel/rubygem-structured_warnings/pkg-descr
This is an implementation of Daniel Berger's proposal of structured warnings
for Ruby.  They provide dynamic suppression and activation, as well as,
an inheritance hierarchy to model their relations. This library preserves
the old warn signature, but additionally allows a raise-like use.

WWW: https://github.com/schmidt/structured_warnings

PR:		ports/179251
Submitted by:	Mikhail T. <m.tsatsenko@gmail.com>
Tue, 25 Jun 2013
[ 13:31 koobs ] Original commit 
321743 devel/Makefile
321743 devel/concurrencykit
321743 devel/concurrencykit/Makefile
321743 devel/concurrencykit/Makefile.man
321743 devel/concurrencykit/distinfo
321743 devel/concurrencykit/pkg-descr
321743 devel/concurrencykit/pkg-plist
devel/concurrencykit: [NEW PORT] Lock-free data structures for high performance
concurrent systems

Concurrency Kit provides a plethora of concurrency primitives, safe memory
reclamation mechanisms and non-blocking data structures designed to aid in
the design and implementation of high performance concurrent systems.

WWW: http://concurrencykit.org

Reviewed by:	Samy Bahra
Mon, 24 Jun 2013
[ 14:32 ale ] Original commit 
321684 Mk/bsd.php.mk
321684 archivers/Makefile
321684 archivers/php55-bz2
321684 archivers/php55-bz2/Makefile
321684 archivers/php55-phar
321684 archivers/php55-phar/Makefile
321684 archivers/php55-zip
321684 archivers/php55-zip/Makefile
321684 archivers/php55-zlib
321684 archivers/php55-zlib/Makefile

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Welcome PHP 5.5!

Future steps:
- rename current php5 ports to php54
- make php55 the default one after an exp-run
Sun, 23 Jun 2013
[ 13:30 swills ] Original commit 
321637 devel/Makefile
321637 devel/rubygem-docile
321637 devel/rubygem-docile/Makefile
321637 devel/rubygem-docile/distinfo
321637 devel/rubygem-docile/pkg-descr
Docile turns any Ruby object into a DSL. Especially useful with the Builder
pattern.

WWW: http://ms-ati.github.com/docile/
Sat, 22 Jun 2013
[ 22:32 wg ] Original commit 
321600 devel/Makefile
321600 devel/py-pygit2
321600 devel/py-pygit2/Makefile
321600 devel/py-pygit2/distinfo
321600 devel/py-pygit2/pkg-descr
321600 devel/py-pygit2/pkg-plist
Pygit2 is a set of Python bindings to the libgit2 shared library, libgit2
implements the core of Git. Pygit2 works with Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3.

WWW: http://www.pygit2.org
[ 03:41 sunpoet ] Original commit 
321538 devel/Makefile
321538 devel/p5-experimental
321538 devel/p5-experimental/Makefile
321538 devel/p5-experimental/distinfo
321538 devel/p5-experimental/pkg-descr
321538 devel/p5-experimental/pkg-plist
- Add p5-experimental 0.005

This pragma provides an easy and convenient way to enable or disable
experimental features.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/experimental/
[ 02:39 swills ] Original commit 
321527 devel/Makefile
321527 devel/rubygem-ascii85
321527 devel/rubygem-ascii85/Makefile
321527 devel/rubygem-ascii85/distinfo
321527 devel/rubygem-ascii85/pkg-descr
Ascii85 provides methods to encode/decode Adobe's binary-to-text encoding of
the same name

WWW: http://rubyforge.org/projects/ascii85/
[ 02:38 swills ] Original commit 
321526 devel/Makefile
321526 devel/rubygem-hashery
321526 devel/rubygem-hashery/Makefile
321526 devel/rubygem-hashery/distinfo
321526 devel/rubygem-hashery/pkg-descr
The Hashery is a tight collection of Hash-like classes. Included among its many
offerings are the auto-sorting Dictionary class, the efficient LRUHash, the
flexible OpenHash and the convenient KeyHash. Nearly every class is a subclass
of the CRUDHash which defines a CRUD model on top of Ruby's standard Hash
making it a snap to subclass and augment to fit any specific use case.

WWW: http://rubyworks.github.com/hashery
Thu, 20 Jun 2013
[ 22:21 ohauer ] Original commit 
321429 devel/Makefile
321429 devel/bugzilla44
321429 devel/bugzilla44/Makefile
321429 devel/bugzilla44/Makefile.common
321429 devel/bugzilla44/Makefile.options
321429 devel/bugzilla44/distinfo
321429 devel/bugzilla44/pkg-plist
321429 german/Makefile
321429 german/bugzilla44
321429 german/bugzilla44/Makefile

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New ports for bugzilla44
- devel/bugzilla44
- japanese/bugzilla44
- german/bugzilla44

Release Notes:
http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.4/release-notes.html
[ 13:52 wg ] Original commit 
321385 devel/Makefile
321385 devel/pear-channel-doctrine
321385 devel/pear-channel-doctrine/Makefile
321385 devel/pear-channel-doctrine/files
321385 devel/pear-channel-doctrine/files/pear.doctrine-project.org.reg
321385 devel/pear-channel-doctrine/pkg-descr
PEAR channel for the doctrine project

WWW: http://pear.doctrine-project.org/
[ 13:30 wg ] Original commit 
321381 devel/Makefile
321381 devel/pear-Symfony_Component_Console
321381 devel/pear-Symfony_Component_Console/Makefile
321381 devel/pear-Symfony_Component_Console/distinfo
321381 devel/pear-Symfony_Component_Console/pkg-descr
Symfony Console Component

WWW: http://pear.symfony.com/
Wed, 19 Jun 2013
[ 21:13 ohauer ] Original commit 
321328 UPDATING
321328 devel/Makefile
321328 devel/p5-subversion/Makefile
321328 devel/py-subversion/Makefile
321328 devel/ruby-subversion/Makefile
321328 devel/subversion17
321328 devel/subversion17/Makefile
- restore subversion-1.7.x as subversion17

  I will take the port

  OK per PM by Lev@
[ 18:00 crees ] Original commit 
321300 devel/Makefile
321300 devel/fmake
321300 devel/fmake/Makefile
321300 devel/fmake/distinfo
321300 devel/fmake/pkg-descr
Add fmake from head, as of r250982.

This is almost the same as the one from stable/9, except with a few comment
changes, so it is a good drop-in replacement.

Reviewed by:	bapt, brooks, obrien (all briefly)
Tue, 18 Jun 2013
[ 17:58 tj ] Original commit 
321210 devel/Makefile
321210 devel/p5-constant
321210 devel/p5-constant/Makefile
321210 devel/p5-constant/distinfo
321210 devel/p5-constant/pkg-descr
321210 devel/p5-constant/pkg-plist
New port for devel/p5-constant

This pragma allows you to declare constants at compile-time.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/constant/
[ 11:03 koobs ] Original commit 
321179 devel/Makefile
321179 devel/py-d2to1
321179 devel/py-d2to1/Makefile
321179 devel/py-d2to1/distinfo
321179 devel/py-d2to1/pkg-descr
321179 devel/py-d2to1/pkg-plist
devel/py-d2to1: Distutils2-like setup.cfg files for setuptools [NEW PORT]

d2to1 (the 'd' is for 'distutils') allows using distutils2-like
setup.cfg files for a package's metadata with a distribute/setuptools
setup.py script.

It works by providing a distutils2-formatted setup.cfg file containing
all of a package's metadata, and a very minimal setup.py which will
slurp its arguments from the setup.cfg.

WWW: https://github.com/iguananaut/d2to1
[ 10:54 koobs ] Original commit 
321178 devel/Makefile
Add libqxt to devel/Makefile

Approved by:	gahr (maintainer)
Sun, 16 Jun 2013
[ 19:54 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
321071 devel/Makefile
321071 devel/hs-bytestring-show
321071 devel/hs-bytestring-show/Makefile
321071 devel/hs-bytestring-show/distinfo
321071 devel/hs-bytestring-show/pkg-descr
Efficient conversion of values into readable byte strings

WWW: http://code.haskell.org/~dolio/
[ 14:29 bdrewery ] Original commit 
321053 devel/Makefile
321053 devel/kyua-atf-compat
321053 devel/kyua-atf-compat/Makefile
321053 devel/kyua-atf-compat/distinfo
321053 devel/kyua-atf-compat/pkg-descr
321053 devel/kyua-atf-compat/pkg-plist
New port: devel/kyua-atf-compat:

Kyua (pronounced Q.A.) is a testing framework for both developers and
users.  Kyua is different from most other testing frameworks in that it
puts the end user experience before anything else.  There are multiple
reasons for users to run the tests themselves, and Kyua ensures that
they can do so in the most convenient way.

This module, kyua-atf-compat, provides tools to ease the transition from
ATF to Kyua.  In particular, this includes is a tool to convert Atffile
files to Kyuafile files in an automated manner, and drop-in replacement
wrappers for atf-run and atf-report.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/kyua/

PR:		ports/177640
Submitted by:	asomers
Reviewed by:	Garrett Cooper <yaneurabeya@gmail.com>
[ 14:22 bdrewery ] Original commit 
321052 devel/Makefile
321052 devel/kyua
321052 devel/kyua/Makefile
321052 devel/kyua/distinfo
321052 devel/kyua/files
321052 devel/kyua/files/patch-utils-config-nodes.cpp
321052 devel/kyua/files/patch-utils-config-nodes.ipp
321052 devel/kyua/files/patch-utils-config-tree.cpp
321052 devel/kyua/files/patch-utils-config-tree.ipp
321052 devel/kyua/pkg-descr
New port: devel/kyua:

Kyua (pronounced Q.A.) is a testing framework for both developers and
users.  Kyua is different from most other testing frameworks in that it
puts the end user experience before anything else.  There are multiple
reasons for users to run the tests themselves, and Kyua ensures that
they can do so in the most convenient way.

At the moment, Kyua is focused on implementing a solid foundation and a
powerful command-line tool to run tests implemented with the Automated
Testing Framework (ATF).  Later on, Kyua will also provide a set of
language bindings (C, C++ and shell, at the least) to ease the
implementation of test cases in a variety of programming languages.

In effect, Kyua is intended to be a replacement for ATF.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/kyua/

PR:		ports/177641
Submitted by:	asomers
Reviewed by:	Garrett Cooper <yaneurabeya@gmail.com>
[ 14:10 bdrewery ] Original commit 
321050 devel/Makefile
321050 devel/kyua-testers
321050 devel/kyua-testers/Makefile
321050 devel/kyua-testers/distinfo
321050 devel/kyua-testers/pkg-descr
New port: devel/kyua-testers:

Kyua (pronounced Q.A.) is a testing framework for both developers and
users.  Kyua is different from most other testing frameworks in that it
puts the end user experience before anything else.  There are multiple
reasons for users to run the tests themselves, and Kyua ensures that
they can do so in the most convenient way.

This module, kyua-testers, provides scriptable interfaces to interact
with test programs of various kinds.  The interface of such testers
allows the caller to execute a single test case of a single test program
in a controlled and homogeneous manner.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/kyua/

PR:		ports/177637
Submitted by:	asomers
Reviewed by:	Garrett Cooper <yaneurabeya@gmail.com>
[ 10:37 sbz ] Original commit 
321033 devel/Makefile
321033 devel/runsnakerun
321033 devel/runsnakerun/Makefile
321033 devel/runsnakerun/distinfo
321033 devel/runsnakerun/files
321033 devel/runsnakerun/files/patch-setup.py
321033 devel/runsnakerun/pkg-descr
321033 devel/runsnakerun/pkg-plist
GUI Viewer for Python profiling runs. Provides explorability and overall
visualization of the call tree and package/module structures.

WWW: http://www.vrplumber.com/programming/runsnakerun/
Thu, 13 Jun 2013
[ 23:02 sbz ] Original commit 
320848 devel/Makefile
320848 devel/py-meliae
320848 devel/py-meliae/Makefile
320848 devel/py-meliae/distinfo
320848 devel/py-meliae/pkg-descr
320848 devel/py-meliae/pkg-plist
Meliae is a library meant to help people understand how their memory is being
used in Python.

WWW: http://launchpad.net/meliae
Tue, 11 Jun 2013
[ 18:50 brooks ] Original commit 
320628 devel/Makefile
320628 devel/llvm33
320628 devel/llvm33/Makefile
320628 devel/llvm33/distinfo
320628 devel/llvm33/files/patch-lib_Target_X86_X86JITInfo.cpp
320628 devel/llvm33/files/patch-svn-r170353
320628 devel/llvm33/files/patch-svn-r175057
320628 devel/llvm33/files/patch-svn-r175360
320628 devel/llvm33/files/patch-svn-r175962
320628 devel/llvm33/pkg-descr

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Add ports of clang and LLVM 3.3.rc3.  Unlike previous ports these
install primarily in ${PREFIX}/llvm33 with wrapper scripts in
${PREFIX}/bin named clang33, llc33, etc.

In an additional change, the clang static analyzer's python wrapper and
web bits are not installed.
[ 15:41 skreuzer ] Original commit 
320606 devel/Makefile
320606 devel/py-fsm
320606 devel/py-fsm/Makefile
320606 devel/py-fsm/distinfo
320606 devel/py-fsm/pkg-descr
320606 devel/py-fsm/pkg-plist
Python module for building and describing deterministic finite-state automata.

WWW: http://code.google.com/p/python-fsm/
[ 10:55 bapt ] Original commit 
320546 devel/Makefile
320546 devel/tradcpp
320546 devel/tradcpp/Makefile
320546 devel/tradcpp/distinfo
320546 devel/tradcpp/files
320546 devel/tradcpp/files/patch-directive.c
320546 devel/tradcpp/files/patch-files.c
320546 devel/tradcpp/files/patch-output.c
320546 devel/tradcpp/pkg-descr
tradcpp is a traditional (K&R-style) preprocessor.

It has the particular property that it doesn't (for the most part)
trash whitespace, so it can be used on makefiles.

This is only release 0.1; it is missing some features and doubtless
has quite a few bugs, but it's capable of building at least some
packages when used with imake.
Mon, 10 Jun 2013
[ 22:47 wg ] Original commit 
320509 devel/Makefile
320509 devel/librest
320509 devel/librest/Makefile
320509 devel/librest/distinfo
320509 devel/librest/pkg-descr
320509 devel/librest/pkg-plist
librest is a library that was designed to make it easier to access RESTful
web services.

It comprises of two parts: the first aims to make it easier to make requests
by providing a wrapper around libsoup, the second aids with XML parsing by
wrapping libxml2.

WWW: https://live.gnome.org/Librest

PR:		ports/178013
Submitted by:	Christoph Moench-Tegeder <cmt@burggraben.net>
Approved by:	culot (mentor)
[ 14:36 rene ] Original commit 
320481 MOVED
320481 devel/Makefile
320481 devel/linuxthreads
Remove expired port:
2013-03-05 devel/linuxthreads: Broken for more than 6 month
[ 09:16 rene ] Original commit 
320448 MOVED
320448 devel/Makefile
320448 devel/gprbuild-aux
Remove expired port:
2013-06-10 devel/gprbuild-aux: Deprecated in favour of devel/gprbuild
[ 00:26 swills ] Original commit 
320419 devel/Makefile
320419 devel/rubygem-safe_yaml
320419 devel/rubygem-safe_yaml/Makefile
320419 devel/rubygem-safe_yaml/distinfo
320419 devel/rubygem-safe_yaml/pkg-descr
Parse YAML safely, without that pesky arbitrary object deserialization
vulnerability

WWW: http://dtao.github.io/safe_yaml/
[ 00:22 swills ] Original commit 
320417 devel/Makefile
320417 devel/rubygem-pygments.rb
320417 devel/rubygem-pygments.rb/Makefile
320417 devel/rubygem-pygments.rb/distinfo
320417 devel/rubygem-pygments.rb/pkg-descr
pygments.rb exposes the pygments syntax highlighter to Ruby

WWW: https://github.com/tmm1/pygments.rb
[ 00:20 swills ] Original commit 
320416 devel/Makefile
320416 devel/rubygem-commander
320416 devel/rubygem-commander/Makefile
320416 devel/rubygem-commander/distinfo
320416 devel/rubygem-commander/pkg-descr
The complete solution for Ruby command-line executables.
Commander bridges the gap between other terminal related libraries you know and
love (OptionParser, HighLine), while providing many new features, and an
elegant API.

WWW: http://visionmedia.github.io/commander/
Sun, 9 Jun 2013
[ 18:51 swills ] Original commit 
320391 devel/Makefile
320391 devel/rubygem-cairo-gobject
320391 devel/rubygem-cairo-gobject/Makefile
320391 devel/rubygem-cairo-gobject/distinfo
320391 devel/rubygem-cairo-gobject/pkg-descr
Ruby/CairoGObject is a Ruby binding of cairo-gobject.

WWW: http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/
[ 18:47 swills ] Original commit 
320383 devel/Makefile
320383 devel/rubygem-gio2
320383 devel/rubygem-gio2/Makefile
320383 devel/rubygem-gio2/distinfo
320383 devel/rubygem-gio2/pkg-descr
Ruby/GIO2 is a Ruby binding of gio-2.x.

WWW: http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/
[ 18:46 swills ] Original commit 
320381 devel/Makefile
320381 devel/rubygem-gobject-introspection
320381 devel/rubygem-gobject-introspection/Makefile
320381 devel/rubygem-gobject-introspection/distinfo
320381 devel/rubygem-gobject-introspection/pkg-descr
Ruby binding for GObjectIntrospection

WWW: http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/
[ 18:41 swills ] Original commit 
320375 devel/Makefile
320375 devel/rubygem-glib2
320375 devel/rubygem-glib2/Makefile
320375 devel/rubygem-glib2/distinfo
320375 devel/rubygem-glib2/pkg-descr
Ruby/GLib2 is a Ruby binding for GLib2.

WWW: http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/

PR:		ports/173384
Submitted by:	Shin-ya Murakami <murashin@gfd-dennou.org>
Fri, 7 Jun 2013
[ 13:35 wg ] Original commit 
320201 devel/Makefile
320201 devel/py-tvrage
320201 devel/py-tvrage/Makefile
320201 devel/py-tvrage/distinfo
320201 devel/py-tvrage/pkg-descr
320201 devel/py-tvrage/pkg-plist
tvrage is a python based object oriented client interface for tvrage.com's
XML based api feeds.

The tvrage package consists of three modules:
 - feeds module provides a wrapper function for each of tvrage's XML-feeds
 - api module provides an clean and object oriented interface on top of those
   services
 - quickinfo module is a simple pythonic wrapper for tvrage's quickinfo api.
   Values are returned as python dictionaries rather than dedicated objects
   for tv shows and episodes

WWW: https://github.com/ckreutzer/python-tvrage

Approved by:	culot (mentor)
Thu, 6 Jun 2013
[ 22:05 mandree ] Original commit 
320134 devel/Makefile
Link lua-lunit to the devel/ subtree.
[ 12:56 wg ] Original commit 
320088 devel/Makefile
320088 devel/py-jsonschema
320088 devel/py-jsonschema/Makefile
320088 devel/py-jsonschema/distinfo
320088 devel/py-jsonschema/pkg-descr
320088 devel/py-jsonschema/pkg-plist
jsonschema is an implementation of JSON Schema for Python

 - Full support for Draft 3 and Draft 4 of the schema.
 - Lazy validation that can iteratively report all validation errors.
 - Small and extensible
 - Programmatic querying of which properties or items failed validation.

WWW: http://github.com/Julian/jsonschema

Approved by:	culot (mentor)
[ 12:35 culot ] Original commit 
320085 devel/Makefile
320085 devel/p5-Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS
320085 devel/p5-Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS/Makefile
320085 devel/p5-Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS/distinfo
320085 devel/p5-Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS/pkg-descr
320085 devel/p5-Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS/pkg-plist
Devel::GlobalDestruction::XS is an XS backend for Devel::GlobalDestruction.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Devel-GlobalDestruction-XS/
Tue, 4 Jun 2013
[ 21:54 bapt ] Original commit 
319921 MOVED
319921 devel/Makefile
319921 devel/linux-js
319921 emulators/Makefile
319921 emulators/osmose
2013-03-05 devel/linux-js: Broken for more than 6 month
emulators/osmose: depends on expired devel/linux-js
[ 18:53 pgj ] Original commit 
319894 MOVED
319894 UPDATING
319894 archivers/hs-tar/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zip-archive/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zlib-bindings/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zlib-conduit/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zlib-enum/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zlib/Makefile
319894 archivers/hs-zlib/distinfo
319894 audio/hs-ALUT/Makefile

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- Update The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compiler to version 7.6.3
- Update Haskell Platform to version 2013.2.0.0

Please note that port revisions for all the Haskell ports without version
changes are bumped.

Some highlights of the update:

- Fix PDF generation for pandoc [1]
- From now on, PREFIX/{lib,share,share/doc}/cabal/ghc-GHC_VERSION are used for
  hs- ports (Cabal packages) as prefixes to avoid problems when upgrading with
  portmaster(8) [2]
- Experimental support for LLVM-based code generation (disabled by default)
- Many simplifications, refactoring in bsd.cabal.mk
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Mon, 3 Jun 2013
[ 10:34 rene ] Original commit 
319766 LEGAL
319766 MOVED
319766 audio/Makefile
319766 audio/ventrilo-server
319766 devel/Makefile
319766 devel/arm-rtems-binutils
319766 devel/arm-rtems-gcc
319766 devel/arm-rtems-gdb
319766 devel/i386-rtems-binutils
319766 devel/i386-rtems-gcc

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Remove expired ports:
2013-03-05 mail/p5-vpopmail: Broken for more than 6 month
2013-06-01 mail/vodmr: depends on expired mail/p5-vpopmail
2013-06-03 audio/ventrilo-server: No more public distfiles
2013-06-03 devel/libzrtp: No more public distfiles
2013-05-30 mail/postfix26: No longer supported by upstream
2013-06-01 devel/i386-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/mips-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/arm-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/sh-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/powerpc-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/sparc-rtems-gcc: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/mips-rtems-binutils: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/i386-rtems-binutils: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
2013-06-01 devel/sh-rtems-binutils: many issues; see
https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2099
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Sun, 2 Jun 2013
[ 07:50 rm ] Original commit 
319642 devel/Makefile
319642 devel/py-grab
319642 devel/py-grab/Makefile
319642 devel/py-grab/distinfo
319642 devel/py-grab/pkg-descr
319642 devel/py-grab/pkg-plist
Grab is site scraping framework. Grab could be used for:

 - website data mining
 - work with network API
 - automation of actions performed on websites

WWW: http://grablib.org/
Sat, 1 Jun 2013
[ 14:29 swills ] Original commit 
319573 devel/Makefile
319573 devel/rubygem-capybara
319573 devel/rubygem-capybara/Makefile
319573 devel/rubygem-capybara/distinfo
319573 devel/rubygem-capybara/pkg-descr
Capybara is an integration testing tool for rack based web applications. It
simulates how a user would interact with a website.

WWW: http://github.com/jnicklas/capybara
[ 14:28 swills ] Original commit 
319572 devel/Makefile
319572 devel/rubygem-xpath
319572 devel/rubygem-xpath/Makefile
319572 devel/rubygem-xpath/distinfo
319572 devel/rubygem-xpath/pkg-descr
XPath is a Ruby DSL for generating XPath expressions

WWW: http://rubygems.org/gems/xpath
Thu, 30 May 2013
[ 09:11 rene ] Original commit 
319410 LEGAL
319410 MOVED
319410 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
319410 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
319410 accessibility/Makefile
319410 accessibility/linux-atk
319410 archivers/Makefile
319410 archivers/linux-ucl
319410 archivers/linux-upx
319410 astro/google-earth/Makefile

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- Finish removal of support for Linux 2.4 in bsd.linux-apps.mk and
  bsd.linux-rpm.mk.  The default linux version is now Fedora 10.
- Remove now obsolete checks for Linux 2.4 in emulators/linux_base-c6,
  emulators/linux_base-f10, and emulators/linux_dist-gentoo-stage3.
  While there, remove superfluous -p argument from ${MKDIR}.
- Remove now obsolete check for Linux 2.4 or FreeBSD 6 and lower from
  astro/google-earth.
- Remove expired Fedora Core 4 ports which were only used on FreeBSD 7
  and below.
- Update LEGAL and MOVED

PR:		ports/176877
Submitted by:	myself
Approved by:	portmgr (bapt)
Exp-run by:	bapt
Wed, 29 May 2013
[ 00:46 miwi ] Original commit 
319337 devel/Makefile
319337 devel/rubygem-murmurhash3
319337 devel/rubygem-murmurhash3/Makefile
319337 devel/rubygem-murmurhash3/distinfo
319337 devel/rubygem-murmurhash3/pkg-descr
This is an implementation of MurmurHash3 - noncriptographic hash function.

WWW: https://github.com/funny-falcon/murmurhash3-ruby

PR:		ports/178623
Submitted by:	Gvozdikov Veniamin <g.veniamin@googlemail.com>
[ 00:44 miwi ] Original commit 
319336 devel/Makefile
319336 devel/rubygem-sumbur
319336 devel/rubygem-sumbur/Makefile
319336 devel/rubygem-sumbur/distinfo
319336 devel/rubygem-sumbur/pkg-descr
It is an implementation of Sumbur consistent spreading algorithm.

WWW: https://github.com/mailru/sumbur-ruby

PR:		ports/178622
Submitted by:	Gvozdikov Veniamin <g.veniamin@googlemail.com>
[ 00:40 miwi ] Original commit 
319334 devel/Makefile
319334 devel/rubygem-bin_utils
319334 devel/rubygem-bin_utils/Makefile
319334 devel/rubygem-bin_utils/distinfo
319334 devel/rubygem-bin_utils/pkg-descr
It is specialized versions of methods for working with binary data.
It were written cause:

- MRI's #pack and #unpack seems to be slow
- result of #pack is often appended to a string at the very next step.
- usually we need to drop unpacked string head

WWW: https://github.com/funny-falcon/bin_utils

PR:		ports/178619
Submitted by:	Gvozdikov Veniamin <g.veniamin@googlemail.com>
[ 00:34 miwi ] Original commit 
319329 devel/Makefile
319329 devel/py-fs
319329 devel/py-fs/Makefile
319329 devel/py-fs/distinfo
319329 devel/py-fs/pkg-descr
319329 devel/py-fs/pkg-plist
Pyfilesystem is a Python module that provides a simplified common interface to
many types of filesystem. Filesystems exposed via Pyfilesystem can also be
served over the network, or 'mounted' on the native filesystem.

Pyfilesystem simplifies working directories and paths, even if you only intend
to work with local files. Differences in path formats between platforms are
abstracted away, and you can write code that sand-boxes any changes to a given
directory.

WWW: http://code.google.com/p/pyfilesystem/

PR:		ports/179027
Submitted by:	Douglas Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net>
Tue, 28 May 2013
[ 14:06 osa ] Original commit 
319310 devel/Makefile
319310 devel/libeio
319310 devel/libeio/Makefile
319310 devel/libeio/distinfo
319310 devel/libeio/files
319310 devel/libeio/files/Makefile
319310 devel/libeio/files/patch-configure.ac
319310 devel/libeio/files/patch-libeio.m4
319310 devel/libeio/pkg-descr
Add libeio - event-based fully asynchronous I/O library for C.
Mon, 27 May 2013
[ 03:07 swills ] Original commit 
319153 devel/Makefile
319153 devel/chruby
319153 devel/chruby/Makefile
319153 devel/chruby/distinfo
319153 devel/chruby/files
319153 devel/chruby/files/pkg-message.in
319153 devel/chruby/pkg-descr
Changes the current Ruby.

WWW: https://github.com/postmodern/chruby

PR:		ports/175552
Submitted by:	Ross Timson <ross@rosstimson.com>
Sun, 26 May 2013
[ 07:15 kuriyama ] Original commit 
319094 devel/Makefile
319094 devel/p5-Eval-WithLexicals
319094 devel/p5-Eval-WithLexicals/Makefile
319094 devel/p5-Eval-WithLexicals/distinfo
319094 devel/p5-Eval-WithLexicals/pkg-descr
319094 devel/p5-Eval-WithLexicals/pkg-plist
Pure perl eval with persistent lexical variables.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Eval-WithLexicals/
[ 01:39 kuriyama ] Original commit 
319089 devel/Makefile
319089 devel/p5-IO-FDPass
319089 devel/p5-IO-FDPass/Makefile
319089 devel/p5-IO-FDPass/distinfo
319089 devel/p5-IO-FDPass/pkg-descr
319089 devel/p5-IO-FDPass/pkg-plist
This small low-level module only has one purpose: pass a file
descriptor to another process, using a (streaming) unix domain socket
(on POSIX systems) or any (streaming) socket (on WIN32 systems).  The
ability to pass file descriptors on windows is currently the unique
selling point of this module. Have I mentioned that it is really
small, too?

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/IO-FDPass/
[ 01:24 kuriyama ] Original commit 
319088 devel/Makefile
319088 devel/p5-Module-Functions
319088 devel/p5-Module-Functions/Makefile
319088 devel/p5-Module-Functions/distinfo
319088 devel/p5-Module-Functions/pkg-descr
319088 devel/p5-Module-Functions/pkg-plist
Module::Functions is a library to get a public functions list from
package.  It is useful to create a exportable function list.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Module-Functions/
Sat, 25 May 2013
[ 23:57 sunpoet ] Original commit 
319077 devel/Makefile
319077 devel/p5-Type-Tiny
319077 devel/p5-Type-Tiny/Makefile
319077 devel/p5-Type-Tiny/distinfo
319077 devel/p5-Type-Tiny/pkg-descr
319077 devel/p5-Type-Tiny/pkg-plist
- Add p5-Type-Tiny 0.004

Type::Tiny is a tiny class for creating Moose-like type constraint objects which
are compatible with Moo, Moose and Mouse.

Maybe now we won't need to have separate MooseX, MouseX and MooX versions of
everything? We can but hope...

This documents the internals of Type::Tiny. Type::Tiny::Manual is a better
starting place if you're new.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Type-Tiny/
[ 23:46 sunpoet ] Original commit 
319076 devel/Makefile
319076 devel/p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical
319076 devel/p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical/Makefile
319076 devel/p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical/distinfo
319076 devel/p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical/pkg-descr
319076 devel/p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical/pkg-plist
- Add p5-Sub-Exporter-Lexical 0.092291

Sub::Exporter::Lexical provides an alternate installer for Sub::Exporter.
Installers are documented in Sub::Exporter's documentation; all you need to know
is that by using Sub::Exporter::Lexical's installer, you can import routines
into a lexical scope that will be cleaned up when that scope ends.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Sub-Exporter-Lexical/
Thu, 23 May 2013
[ 09:46 zeising ] Original commit 
318859 devel/Makefile
Record the lfc->lfcbase move here as well.

Pointyhat to:	zeising
Tue, 21 May 2013
[ 20:58 olgeni ] Original commit 
318722 devel/Makefile
318722 devel/meck
318722 devel/meck/Makefile
318722 devel/meck/distinfo
318722 devel/meck/pkg-descr
318722 devel/meck/pkg-plist
Add devel/meck, a library to create mock modules in Erlang.
[ 18:54 mm ] Original commit 
318716 MOVED
318716 devel/Makefile
318716 devel/php5-phing
Remove devel/php5-phing (replaced by devel/pear-phing)
[ 10:16 tobez ] Original commit 
318674 devel/Makefile
318674 devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options
318674 devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options/Makefile
318674 devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options/distinfo
318674 devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options/pkg-descr
318674 devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options/pkg-plist
Add devel/p5-MooseX-Has-Options 0.003, a Perl module that provides a
succinct syntax for declaring options for Moose attributes.
[ 07:38 miwi ] Original commit 
318652 devel/Makefile
318652 devel/pear-channel-phpdoc
318652 devel/pear-channel-phpdoc/Makefile
318652 devel/pear-channel-phpdoc/files
318652 devel/pear-channel-phpdoc/files/pear.phpdoc.org.reg
318652 devel/pear-channel-phpdoc/pkg-descr
PEAR channel for the phpDocumentor project

WWW:	http://pear.phpdoc.org/

PR:		ports/171912
Submitted by:	Gasol Wu <gasol.wu@gmail.com>
[ 06:12 miwi ] Original commit 
318645 devel/Makefile
318645 devel/pecl-judy
318645 devel/pecl-judy/Makefile
318645 devel/pecl-judy/distinfo
318645 devel/pecl-judy/pkg-descr
PHP Judy implements sparse dynamic arrays (aka Judy Arrays). This extension
is based on the Judy C library. A Judy array consumes memory only when it is
populated, yet can grow to take advantage of all available memory if desired.
Judy's key benefits are scalability, high performance, and memory efficiency.

WWW: http://pecl.php.net/package/Judy

PR:		ports/177535
Submitted by:	Gasol Wu <gasol.wu@gmail.com>
Mon, 20 May 2013
[ 13:52 bsam ] Original commit 
318598 devel/Makefile
318598 devel/linux-f10-ncurses-base
318598 devel/linux-f10-ncurses-base/Makefile
318598 devel/linux-f10-ncurses-base/distinfo.i386
318598 devel/linux-f10-ncurses-base/pkg-descr
318598 devel/linux-f10-ncurses-base/pkg-plist
Terminfo database required by Linux applications using ncurses, such as
Matlab (r).

WWW: http://invisible-island.net/ncurses/ncurses.html

PR:		ports/177723
Submitted by:	Jason Bacon <jwbacon@tds.net>
Sun, 19 May 2013
[ 12:29 mm ] Original commit 
318516 devel/Makefile
318516 devel/pear-phing
318516 devel/pear-phing/Makefile
318516 devel/pear-phing/distinfo
318516 devel/pear-phing/pkg-descr
From the Phing homepage:

PHing Is Not GNU make; it's a PHP project build system or build tool based on
Apache Ant. You can do anything with it that you could do with a traditiona
build system like GNU make, and its use of simple XML build files and
extensible PHP "task" classes make it an easy-to-use and highly flexible build
framework.

Features include running PHPUnit and SimpleTest unit tests (including test
result and coverage reports), file transformations (e.g. token replacement,
XSLT transformation, Smarty template transformations), file system operations,
interactive build support, SQL execution, CVS/SVN/GIT operations, tools for
creating PEAR packages, documentation generation (DocBlox, PhpDocumentor) and
much, much more.

WWW: http://www.phing.info
[ 12:12 mm ] Original commit 
318515 devel/Makefile
318515 devel/pear-channel-phing
318515 devel/pear-channel-phing/Makefile
318515 devel/pear-channel-phing/files
318515 devel/pear-channel-phing/files/pear.phing.info.reg
318515 devel/pear-channel-phing/pkg-descr
PEAR channel for Phing

WWW: http://pear.phing.info
[ 04:19 bdrewery ] Original commit 
318484 devel/Makefile
318484 devel/lutok
318484 devel/lutok/Makefile
318484 devel/lutok/distinfo
318484 devel/lutok/files
318484 devel/lutok/files/patch-configure
318484 devel/lutok/files/patch-m4-lua.m4
318484 devel/lutok/pkg-descr
318484 devel/lutok/pkg-plist
Lutok is a lightweight C++ API library for Lua.

Lutok provides thin C++ wrappers around the Lua C API to ease the
interaction between C++ and Lua.  These wrappers make intensive use of
RAII to prevent resource leakage, expose C++-friendly data types, report
errors by means of exceptions and ensure that the Lua stack is always
left untouched in the face of errors.  The library also provides a small
subset of miscellaneous utility functions built on top of the wrappers.

Lutok focuses on providing a clean and safe C++ interface; the drawback
is that it is not suitable for performance-critical environments.  In
order to implement error-safe C++ wrappers on top of a Lua C binary
library, Lutok adds several layers or abstraction and error checking
that go against the original spirit of the Lua C API and thus degrade
performance.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/lutok/

PR:		ports/177639
Submitted by:	Alan Somers <asomers@FreeBSD.org>
[ 03:02 koobs ] Original commit 
318478 devel/Makefile
318478 devel/py-blinker
318478 devel/py-blinker/Makefile
318478 devel/py-blinker/distinfo
318478 devel/py-blinker/pkg-descr
318478 devel/py-blinker/pkg-plist
devel/py-blinker: Simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling [NEW PORT]

Blinker provides a fast dispatching system that allows any number of interested
parties to subscribe to events, or "signals".

Features:

 - A global registry of named signals
 - Anonymous signals
 - Custom name registries
 - Permanently or temporarily connected receivers
 - Automatically disconnected receivers via weak referencing
 - Sending arbitrary data payloads
 - Collecting return values from signal receivers

WWW: http://discorporate.us/projects/Blinker/

Approved by:	eadler, rm (mentors, implicit)
Sat, 18 May 2013
[ 13:06 olgeni ] Original commit 
318430 devel/Makefile
318430 devel/oserl
318430 devel/oserl/Makefile
318430 devel/oserl/distinfo
318430 devel/oserl/files
318430 devel/oserl/files/patch-Makefile
318430 devel/oserl/files/patch-rebar.config
318430 devel/oserl/pkg-descr
318430 devel/oserl/pkg-plist
Add devel/oserl, an Erlang framework for using the SMPP protocol
in messaging applications.
[ 13:02 olgeni ] Original commit 
318429 devel/Makefile
318429 devel/common_lib
318429 devel/common_lib/Makefile
318429 devel/common_lib/distinfo
318429 devel/common_lib/files
318429 devel/common_lib/files/patch-Makefile
318429 devel/common_lib/files/patch-app.mk
318429 devel/common_lib/pkg-descr
318429 devel/common_lib/pkg-plist
Add common_lib, a library of Erlang functions used by oserl and
other projects.

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