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non port: head/devel/py-user_agents/distinfo
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Tue, 28 Jan 2014
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341571 devel/Makefile
341571 devel/py-user_agents
341571 devel/py-user_agents/Makefile
341571 devel/py-user_agents/distinfo
341571 devel/py-user_agents/pkg-descr
New port: py-user_agents.

user_agents is a Python library that provides an easy way to identify/detect
devices like mobile phones, tablets and their capabilities by parsing (browser)
user agent strings.  The goal is to reliably detect whether:

-- User agent is a mobile, tablet or PC based device
-- User agent has touch capabilities (has touch screen)

user_agents relies on the excellent ua-parser to do the actual parsing of the
raw user agent string.

Number of commits found: 1

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