1. 14 Sep, 2016 1 commit
  2. 13 Sep, 2016 2 commits
    • rene's avatar
      Do not break INDEX · cf8b2a39
      rene authored
    • rene's avatar
      Remove expired ports: · 61e89bcc
      rene authored
      2016-08-23 www/mediawiki124: EOL upstream
      2016-08-23 sysutils/rsyslog7: Upgrade to rsyslog 8
      2016-08-24 www/moodle28: EOL upstream
      2016-08-31 devel/php5-msgpack: This is an older version of the software, please use devel/pecl-msgpack.
      2016-09-02 textproc/asciinema: use textproc/py3-asciinema instead
      2016-09-09 x11-toolkits/qtada: No development since 2012, usefulness unclear
  3. 10 Sep, 2016 1 commit
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    • jbeich's avatar
      devel/renpy: add 6.18 slave for compatibility with games/katawa-shoujo · 935b014e
      jbeich authored
      PKGNAMESUFFIX is based on 6.99.11 being "the latest in a series of
      releases that will culminate in Ren'Py 7".
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/kore · d3b13bd2
      pi authored
      Kore is an easy to use web application framework for writing scalable
      web APIs in C.  Its main goals are security, scalability and allowing
      rapid development and deployment of such APIs.
      Because of this Kore is an ideal candidate for building robust,
      scalable and secure web things.
      WWW: http://www.kore.io/
      PR:		211603
      Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp <t@tobik.me>
  5. 05 Sep, 2016 1 commit
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/py-numba · 2a05b0e9
      pi authored
      Numba gives you the power to speed up your applications with high performance
      functions written directly in Python. With a few annotations, array-oriented
      and math-heavy Python code can be just-in-time compiled to native machine
      instructions, similar in performance to C, C++ and Fortran, without having to
      switch languages or Python interpreters.
      WWW: http://numba.pydata.org/
      PR:		211347
      Submitted by:	David Kalliecharan <dave@dal.ca>
  6. 04 Sep, 2016 1 commit
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    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/py-llvmlite · 28116dba
      pi authored
      A lightweight LLVM python binding for writing JIT compilers
      The old llvmpy binding exposes a lot of LLVM APIs but the mapping
      of C++-style memory management to Python is error prone. Numba and
      many JIT compilers do not need a full LLVM API. Only the IR builder,
      optimizer, and JIT compiler APIs are necessary.
      llvmlite is a project originally tailored for Numba's needs, using
      the following approach:
      - A small C wrapper around the parts of the LLVM C++ API we need
        that are not already exposed by the LLVM C API.
      - A ctypes Python wrapper around the C API.
      - A pure Python implementation of the subset of the LLVM IR builder
        that we need for Numba.
      WWW: https://github.com/numba/llvmlite
      PR:		211346
      Submitted by:	David Kalliecharan <dave@dal.ca>
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    • pi's avatar
      devel/godot: Update to 2.1 and add minimal devel/godot-tools slave port · 1135e4fd
      pi authored
      - Update to 2.1 release
      - Add LICENSE_FILE for MIT license
      - Add CCBYv3 license for logo
      - Add devel/xdg-user-dirs, devel/xdg-utils and x11/xmessage to RUN_DEPENDS
      - Add xrandr to USE_XORG
      - Replace USE_OPENSSL=yes with USES+=ssl
      - Add gl to USE_GL
      - Remove GLU dependency - glu.h was included from imported glew.h
        but GLU components are not used
      - Add DEBUG option and clarify build targets
      - Replace TOOLS option with devel/godot-tools port, while devel/godot
        port used as runtime
      - Allow to build ALSA and PulseAudio drivers independently
      - Allow to build RtAudio driver with OSS or ALSA or PulseAudio
      - Set OSS option by default
      - Add desktop entry for godot-tools
      - Add sed patch to fix executable paths inside of
        ${WRKSRC}/platform/x11/os_x11.cpp file
      - Remove mkdir, because of COPYTREE_SHARE usage, which recreates
        destination directories
      - Remove RM command for demos/2d/hexamap/.fscache file, because the
        file is not available for current version
      - Add patch to enable OSS usage for RtAudio driver on FreeBSD
      - Add patch to fix issue(s) with OS_Unix::execute and
        OS_Unix::get_executable_path functions on FreeBSD
      - Add patch to fix layout of --help text
      - Remove pkg-plist and use dynamic package list with PORTDATA and PLIST_FILES
      - Use current head commit of 2.1 branch from new github repo
        godotengine/godot-demo-projects to install examples (this was
        previously part of godot repo)
      PR:		209742
      Submitted by:	lightside@gmx.com
      Approved by:	FreeBSD@Shaneware.biz
    • olgeni's avatar
    • olgeni's avatar
      Add devel/elixir-simple_bayes, a Naive Bayes machine learning · d9786b7e
      olgeni authored
      implementation in Elixir.
    • olgeni's avatar
      Add devel/elixir-math, a math library for Elixir. · 8c1eab34
      olgeni authored
      (GH_TAGNAME is required here, pending an official tag on GH)
    • olgeni's avatar
      Add devel/elixir-swarm, a clustering, registration, and distribution · 34795b01
      olgeni authored
      library for Elixir.
    • vanilla's avatar
      Add py-opster 4.1, command line parsing speedster. · 1c8a2d0c
      vanilla authored
      PR:		212040
      Submitted by:	Yuri Victorovich <yuri@rawbw.com>
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    • tcberner's avatar
      New port: devel/grantlee5 and Uses/grantlee.mk · fcca967c
      tcberner authored
      The upcoming KDE Frameworks ports need grantlee5
      *  Add devel/grantlee5 and move installed headers into a subdirectory include/grantlee5
      *  Move header files from devel/grantlee into a subdirectory
         to make sure ports do not pick up the wrong headers
      *  Add Uses/grantlee.mk to handle the PLIST_SUB and LIB_DEEPENDS needed
         by ports using grantlee (before we set the PLIST_SUB manual in very
         of the depending ports, which now should not be needed anymore).
      *  The ports depending on devel/grantlee have been modified from
         as this does not affect the package no version bumped was made.
      Reviewed by:    mat, rakuco
      Approved by:    rakuco (mentor)
      Differential Revision:  https://reviews.freebsd.org/D7434
  17. 14 Aug, 2016 1 commit
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/linux-kernel · c3793af6
      pi authored
      The Linux kernel.
      This port is a building block for creating custom Linux appliances in
      FreeBSD as part of your regular package build without a Linux VM or
      Provide your own Linux kernel configuration file via the LINUX_KCONFIG
      make variable, or create your own via support of Linux' config tools.
      The default configuration comes with QEMU/KVM guest support.
      WWW: https://www.kernel.org/
      PR:		211419
      Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp <t@tobik.me>
      Reviewed by:	koobs
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    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/py-pyface · 13f2a998
      pi authored
      The pyface project contains a toolkit-independent GUI abstraction
      layer, which is used to support the "visualization" features of the
      Traits package. Thus, you can write code in terms of the Traits API
      (views, items, editors, etc.), and let pyface and your selected
      toolkit and back-end take care of the details
      of displaying them.
      The following GUI backends are supported:
       * wxPython
       * PyQt
       * PySide
      WWW: https://docs.enthought.com/pyface
      PR:		204432
      Submitted by:	Vladimir Chukharev <vladimir.chukharev@gmail.com>
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/py-apptools · 97217109
      pi authored
      The apptools project includes a set of packages that Enthought has
      found useful in creating a number of applications.
      - apptools.appscripting: Framework for scripting applications.
      - apptools.help: Provides a plugin for displaying documents and examples.
      - apptools.io: Provides an abstraction for files and folders in a
        file system.
      - apptools.logger: Convenience functions for creating logging handlers
      - apptools.naming: Manages naming contexts, supporting non-string data
        types and scoped preferences
      - apptools.permissions: Supports limiting access to parts of an application
        unless the user is appropriately authorised (not full-blown security).
      - apptools.persistence: Supports pickling and restoring the state of an
      - apptools.preferences: Manages application preferences.
      - apptools.selection: Manages the communication between providers and
        listener of selected items in an application.
      - apptools.scripting: A framework for automatic recording of Python scripts.
      - apptools.sweet_pickle: Handles class-level versioning, to support
        loading of saved data that exist over several generations of
        internal class structures.
      - apptools.template: Supports creating templatizable object hierarchies.
      - apptools.type_manager: Manages type extensions, including factories to
        generate adapters, and hooks for methods and functions.
      - apptools.undo: Supports undoing and scripting application commands.
      WWW: https://docs.enthought.com/apptools
      PR:		204431
      Submitted by:	Vladimir Chukharev <vladimir.chukharev@gmail.com>
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