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Number of commits: 8
Fri, 24 Jan 2014
[ 19:46 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
kyua 0.8_1 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
kyua-atf-compat 0.1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - ATF compatibility tools
kyua-testers 0.2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
lutok 0.4_1 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Add staging support to kyua* and lutok.

While doing this, consolidate file handling into pkg-plist (instead of
the previous split between the Makefile and the pkg-plist) for simplicity.

Reviewed by:	asomers (ex-maintainer)
Approved by:	bdrewery (ports)
Mon, 30 Dec 2013
[ 16:54 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
shtk 1.4 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Update devel/shtk to 1.4.

Released on 2013-12-30.

* Added support for a user-defined SHTK_MODULESPATH variable.  This
  colon-separated, user-tunable variable lists the directories that
  contain modules.

* Added a modulesdir variable to shtk.pc so that third-party packages
  can install shtk-compliant modules into the shared directory.  This
  variable is also exposed by the SHTK_CHECK macro of shtk.m4 as
  SHTK_MODULESDIR.

* Added a new bool module with a shtk_bool_check function to convert a
  string to a boolean.

* Added a new cleanup module to simplify the installation and automatic
  execution of termination handlers.

* Fixed the config module in Mac OS X 10.9 to respect default values
  of configuration variables.

Approved by:	bdrewery
Sun, 29 Dec 2013
[ 12:33 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
shtk 1.3 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Miscellaneous fixes to devel/shtk.

- Provide an http master site given that fetch(1) in 8 does not support
  https.
- Move manpage definition to the pkg-plist.
- Handle two missing directories in the pkg-plist.

The first problem was spotted by QAT and the latter two by antoine@, who
gave advice on how to fix them.

Approved by:	antoine
Sat, 28 Dec 2013
[ 16:01 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
shtk 1.3 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Add devel/shtk.

The Shell Toolkit (shtk) is an application toolkit for programmers
writing POSIX-compliant shell scripts.

shtk provides a collection of reusable modules that work on a wide
variety of operating systems and shell interpreters.  The included
modules aid developers in implementing usable and consistent CLI
interfaces, interacting with processes, parsing configuration files
and manipulating higher-level data types among other things.

Reviewed by:	rpaulo (ex-mentor)
Approved by:	bdrewery (ports)
Fri, 27 Dec 2013
[ 20:45 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
kyua 0.8_1 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Add a tests user to run unprivileged tests as; use it in devel/kyua.

This new user carries a generic 'tests' name because, even though it is
only used by devel/kyua at this point, it could conceivably be used by
other tools.

Bump PORTREVISION of devel/kyua to 1.

PR:		ports/182891
Approved by:	asomers (maintainer), bdrewery (ports), rpaulo (mentor)
Tue, 10 Dec 2013
[ 23:03 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
kyua 0.8 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Update to 0.8.

Approved by:	rpaulo (mentor), asomers (maintainer), bdrewery (ports)
[ 23:03 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
kyua-testers 0.2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
Update to 0.2.

Approved by:	rpaulo (mentor), asomers (maintainer), bdrewery (ports)
[ 23:02 jmmv (src committer) ] Original commit 
lutok 0.4 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Update to 0.4.

Approved by:	rpaulo (mentor), asomers (maintainer), bdrewery (ports)
Number of commits: 8
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