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non port: audio/nuvolaplayer/pkg-plist
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[ 12:52 avilla ] Original commit   Revision:430554
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430554 audio/nuvolaplayer
430554 audio/nuvolaplayer/Makefile
430554 audio/nuvolaplayer/distinfo
430554 audio/nuvolaplayer/pkg-descr
430554 audio/nuvolaplayer/pkg-message
430554 audio/nuvolaplayer/pkg-plist
430554 www/Makefile
430554 www/nuvolaplayer-8tracks
430554 www/nuvolaplayer-8tracks/Makefile

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- Add ports for Nuvola Player 3 and its services

Nuvola Player is a runtime for web-based music streaming services
providing more native user experience and integration with desktop
environments than usual web browsers can offer. Nuvola Player handles
multimedia keys, shows desktop notifications, integrates with various
sound menus, applets and launchers and more. Additional features
include Last.fm scrobbling.

Mostly the same name scheme as in the official repo was kept, to
promote some compatibility.

The service ports are generated automatically, all the magic happens
in www/nuvolaplayer-all-services/Makefile.services. This allows for
very easy maintenance of many slave ports.

WWW: https://tiliado.eu/nuvolaplayer

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