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Port details
py-quantities Support for physical quantities with units, based on numpy
0.12.4 science on this many watch lists=0 search for ports that depend on this port Find issues related to this port Report an issue related to this port 0.12.3Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
Maintainer: yuri@FreeBSD.org search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 2018-03-29 20:37:59
Last Update: 2020-01-12 07:24:33
SVN Revision: 522762
Also Listed In: python
License: BSD3CLAUSE
Description:
SVNWeb : Homepage

There is no configure plist information for this port.

Dependency lines:
  • py37-quantities>0:science/py-quantities
To install the port: cd /usr/ports/science/py-quantities/ && make install clean
To add the package: pkg install py37-quantities
PKGNAME: py37-quantities
Package flavors (<flavor>: <package>)
  • py37: py37-quantities
  • py27: py27-quantities
distinfo:

Dependencies
NOTE: FreshPorts displays only information on required and default dependencies. Optional dependencies are not covered.
Build dependencies:
  1. py37-setuptools>0 : devel/py-setuptools@py37
  2. python3.7 : lang/python37
Runtime dependencies:
  1. py37-numpy>0 : math/py-numpy@py37
  2. py37-setuptools>0 : devel/py-setuptools@py37
  3. python3.7 : lang/python37
This port is required by:
for Build
  1. science/py-chempy
for Run
  1. science/py-chempy

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Master Sites:
  1. https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/source/q/quantities/
  2. https://pypi.org/packages/source/q/quantities/
Notes from UPDATING
These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING
  • 2017-11-30
    Affects: */py*
    Author: mat@FreeBSD.org
    Reason: 
      Ports using Python via USES=python are now flavored.  All the py3-* ports
      have been removed and folded into their py-* master ports.
    
      People using Poudriere 3.2+ and binary packages do not have to do anything.
    
      For other people, to build the Python 3.6 version of, for example,
      databases/py-gdbm, you need to run:
    
        # make FLAVOR=py36 install
    
    

Number of commits found: 6

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
12 Jan 2020 07:24:33
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.4
Revision:522762
yuri search for other commits by this committer
science/py-quantities: Update 0.12.3 -> 0.12.4

Reported by:	portscout
26 Jul 2019 20:46:57
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.3_1
Revision:507372
gerald search for other commits by this committer
Bump PORTREVISION for ports depending on the canonical version of GCC
as defined in Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk which has moved from GCC 8.3
to GCC 9.1 under most circumstances now after revision 507371.

This includes ports
 - with USE_GCC=yes or USE_GCC=any,
 - with USES=fortran,
 - using Mk/bsd.octave.mk which in turn features USES=fortran, and
 - with USES=compiler specifying openmp, nestedfct, c11, c++0x, c++11-lang,
   c++11-lib, c++14-lang, c++17-lang, or gcc-c++11-lib
plus, everything INDEX-11 shows with a dependency on lang/gcc9 now.

PR:		238330
23 Feb 2019 16:06:53
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.3
Revision:493694
yuri search for other commits by this committer
science/py-quantities: Update 0.12.2 -> 0.12.3

Reported by:	portscout
12 Dec 2018 01:35:36
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.2_1
Revision:487272
gerald search for other commits by this committer
Bump PORTREVISION for ports depending on the canonical version of GCC
defined via Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk which has moved from GCC 7.4 t
GCC 8.2 under most circumstances.

This includes ports
 - with USE_GCC=yes or USE_GCC=any,
 - with USES=fortran,
 - using Mk/bsd.octave.mk which in turn features USES=fortran, and
 - with USES=compiler specifying openmp, nestedfct, c11, c++0x, c++11-lang,
   c++11-lib, c++14-lang, c++17-lang, or gcc-c++11-lib
plus, as a double check, everything INDEX-11 showed depending on lang/gcc7.

PR:		231590
04 Jul 2018 19:21:47
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.2
Revision:473915
yuri search for other commits by this committer
science/py-quantities: Update 0.12.1 -> 0.12.2

Reported by:	portscout
29 Mar 2018 20:37:39
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.12.1
Revision:465928
yuri search for other commits by this committer
New port: science/py-quantities: Support for physical quantities with units,
based on numpy

Number of commits found: 6

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