Commit a0943a4a authored by tota's avatar tota
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- Add new port: devel/R-cran-lifecycle

  Manage the life cycle of your exported functions with shared
  conventions, documentation badges, and non-invasive deprecation
  warnings. The 'lifecycle' package defines four development stages
  (experimental, maturing, stable, and questioning) and three deprecation
  stages (soft-deprecated, deprecated, and defunct). It makes it easy
  to insert badges corresponding to these stages in your documentation.
  Usage of deprecated functions are signalled with increasing levels
  of non-invasive verbosity.

  WWW: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/lifecycle/
parent c0af02a7
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SUBDIR += R-cran-iterators
SUBDIR += R-cran-itertools
SUBDIR += R-cran-later
SUBDIR += R-cran-lifecycle
SUBDIR += R-cran-lubridate
SUBDIR += R-cran-magrittr
SUBDIR += R-cran-memoise
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# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= lifecycle
PORTVERSION= 0.1.0
CATEGORIES= devel
DISTNAME= ${PORTNAME}_${PORTVERSION}
MAINTAINER= tota@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Manage the Life Cycle of your Package Functions
LICENSE= GPLv3
CRAN_DEPENDS= R-cran-glue>0:devel/R-cran-glue \
R-cran-rlang>=0.4.0:devel/R-cran-rlang
BUILD_DEPENDS= ${CRAN_DEPENDS}
RUN_DEPENDS= ${CRAN_DEPENDS}
USES= cran:auto-plist
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1569654136
SHA256 (lifecycle_0.1.0.tar.gz) = 961c28c016d54beee496572a88602fe94d8456ee6455ac88cb2e0fc3273c3387
SIZE (lifecycle_0.1.0.tar.gz) = 150752
Manage the life cycle of your exported functions with shared
conventions, documentation badges, and non-invasive deprecation
warnings. The 'lifecycle' package defines four development stages
(experimental, maturing, stable, and questioning) and three deprecation
stages (soft-deprecated, deprecated, and defunct). It makes it easy
to insert badges corresponding to these stages in your documentation.
Usage of deprecated functions are signalled with increasing levels
of non-invasive verbosity.
WWW: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/lifecycle/
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