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non port: head/devel/rubygem-hashery/pkg-descr
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Sat, 22 Jun 2013
[ 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

Number of commits found: 1

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