Port details 
 octaveforgepde1dm Octaveforge package pde1dm
 1.3_2 math =0 Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
 Maintainer: stephen@FreeBSD.org
 Port Added: 20221025 15:12:07
 Last Update: 20230309 02:17:52
 Commit Hash: d4f3d79
 License: GPLv3
 Description:
 The octaveforge package is the result of The GNU Octave Repositry project,
which is intended to be a central location for custom scripts, functions and
extensions for GNU Octave. contains the source for all the functions plus
build and install scripts.
This is pde1dm.
Solve systems of partial differential equations (PDE) in a single spatial
variable and time. The input is mostly compatible with the MATLAB function
pdepe. Many pdepe examples will work with pde1dm with only small changes.
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 pkgplist: as obtained via:
make generateplist  Dependency lines:

 octaveforgepde1dm>0:math/octaveforgepde1dm
 To install the port:
 cd /usr/ports/math/octaveforgepde1dm/ && make install clean
 To add the package, run one of these commands:
 pkg install math/octaveforgepde1dm
 pkg install octaveforgepde1dm
NOTE: If this package has multiple flavors (see below), then use one of them instead of the name specified above. PKGNAME: octaveforgepde1dm
 Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
 distinfo:
 TIMESTAMP = 1666710302
SHA256 (octaveforge/wgreene310pde1dmv1.3_GH0.tar.gz) = b9c93bf0aca8f25cbd3de76fe90e64cd5c68963ee3bbe12ff4d17baa3120d675
SIZE (octaveforge/wgreene310pde1dmv1.3_GH0.tar.gz) = 383036
Packages (timestamps in popups are UTC):
 Dependencies
 NOTE: FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies. Optional dependencies are not covered.
 Build dependencies:

 octave : math/octave
 gfortran12 : lang/gcc12
 gmake>=4.3 : devel/gmake
 Runtime dependencies:

 octave : math/octave
 loadoctavepkg : math/octaveforgebase
 gfortran12 : lang/gcc12
 Library dependencies:

 libpcre.so : devel/pcre
 This port is required by:
 for Run

 math/octaveforge
Configuration Options:
 No options to configure
 Options name:
 math_octaveforgepde1dm
 USES:
 octave
 FreshPorts was unable to extract/find any pkg message
 Master Sites:

Notes from UPDATING 
 These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING
 20110630
Affects: users of math/octaveforge* and benchmarks/octaveforgebenchmark Author: stephen@FreeBSD.org Reason:
The octaveforge* port structure has been completely redesigned. This was
to make them compatible with portmaster and other port installation tools.
Before using the new octaveforge* ports, the old octaveforge* ports must
be completely removed with, for example, the command:
# pkg_delete "octaveforge*"

Number of commits found: 5
Commit History  (may be incomplete: for full details, see links to repositories near top of page) 
Commit  Credits  Log message 
1.3_2 09 Mar 2023 02:17:52 
Stephen MontgomerySmith (stephen) 
math/octave: Update to 8.1.0.
Bump portrevision of all dependent ports.
Mark broken math/octaveforgedatabase, math/octaveforgemechanics,
math/octaveforgempi math/octaveforgenlwing2,
math/octaveforgeparallel, math/octaveforgespecfun
Set to default off these ports in math/octaveforge.
Clean up indentation in Mk/Uses/octave.mk. 
1.3_1 30 Dec 2022 17:54:39 
Muhammad Moinur Rahman (bofh) 
Mk/**octave.mk: Convert to USES=octave
As part of the improvements of USES infrastructure Mk/bsd.octave.mk has
been converted to Mk/Uses/octave.mk. This also declutters some old
stuffs in the octave* ports and makes it simpler to add more
octaveforge ports easily.
While I am here make all the ports portclippy/portfmt compliant. And use
USES macros whenever possible.
Reviewed by: portmgr
Approved by: tcberner
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D37887 
1.3_1 07 Nov 2022 19:13:11 
Stephen MontgomerySmith (stephen) 
math/octaveforgepde1dm: Add no_arch=yes.
Bump portrevision. 
1.3 29 Oct 2022 05:49:06 
Stephen MontgomerySmith (stephen) 
*/octaveforge*: Update WWW field. 
1.3 25 Oct 2022 15:08:46 
Stephen MontgomerySmith (stephen) 
math/octaveforgepde1dm: new port.
Solve systems of partial differential equations (PDE) in a single
spatial variable and time. The input is mostly compatible with the
MATLAB function pdepe. Many pdepe examples will work with pde1dm with
only small changes. 
Number of commits found: 5
