1. 27 Oct, 2015 2 commits
  2. 26 Oct, 2015 2 commits
    • danfe's avatar
      Add a port of wandio, a library written in C that provides an API for · b6568383
      danfe authored
      transparent reading and writing of files using a variety of supported
      compression methods and transports.
      PR:		203805 (modified)
      Submitted by:	Alistair King
    • demon's avatar
      New port: spyder · 4251b48d
      demon authored
      Spyder (previously known as Pydee) is a powerful interactive development
      environment for the Python language with advanced editing, interactive
      testing, debugging and introspection features
      WWW: https://github.com/spyder-ide/spyder/
      PR:		186316
      Submitted by:	rodperson@rodperson.com
      With improvements by lightside@gmx.de
  3. 24 Oct, 2015 1 commit
  4. 23 Oct, 2015 1 commit
    • brooks's avatar
      Update llvm-devel to a new snapshot. · 7a31c79b
      brooks authored
      Remove embedded compiler-rt build as that no longer works and create a
      compiler-rt-devel port (currently supporting i386 and amd64, patches
      welcome for other ARCHs).
      Cause clang to ignore the -fformat-extensions argument.[1]
      Submitted by:	Sender Ghost <lightside@gmx.com> [1]
  5. 21 Oct, 2015 1 commit
    • ed's avatar
      Introduce Binutils for CloudABI on aarch64. · d1f2ce58
      ed authored
      When I added the first copy of the CloudABI toolchain to the Ports tree,
      I assumed that it would be easily possible to have a single Binutils
      port that would support all of the architectures of interest. It seems
      that this is not really supported, or simply awkward to use.
      Let's just rename the cloudabi-binutils port to cloudabi-binutils-x86_64
      and add an additional cloudabi-binutils-aarch64.
      Reviewed by:	emaste
      Approved by:	bapt
      Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3919
  6. 20 Oct, 2015 2 commits
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  8. 17 Oct, 2015 2 commits
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/ivykis · e850fdf3
      pi authored
      The ivykis library is a thin, portable wrapper around OS-provided
      mechanisms such as epoll(4), kqueue(2), poll(2) and select(2). It was
      mainly designed for building high-performance network applications,
      but can be used in any event-driver application that uses pollable
      file descriptors as its event sources.
      Programs written to the ivykis API are generally single-threaded (or
      use only a small number of threads), and never block on I/O. All
      input and output is done in a nonblocking fashion, with I/O readiness
      notification delivered via callback functions.
      WWW: https://github.com/buytenh/ivykis
      PR:		171640
      Submitted by:	algernon@madhouse-project.org
    • pi's avatar
      New port: devel/antlr3 · a141cdd0
      pi authored
      language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers,
      compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions containing
      C++ or Java actions.
      WWW: http://www.antlr3.org
      PR:		199674
      Submitted by:	takumiiinn@gmail.com
  9. 15 Oct, 2015 3 commits
    • lev's avatar
      Copy devel/subversion to devel/subversion18 in preparation to upgrading · 64e26ac0
      lev authored
       devel/subversion to 1.9.x.
    • jkim's avatar
      PyOpenCL gives you easy, Pythonic access to the OpenCL parallel computation · 3c355ae8
      jkim authored
      API.  What makes PyOpenCL special?
      - Object cleanup tied to lifetime of objects. This idiom, often called RAII
        in C++, makes it much easier to write correct, leak- and crash-free code.
      - Completeness.  PyOpenCL puts the full power of OpenCL's API at your
        disposal, if you wish.  Every obscure get_info() query and all CL calls
        are accessible.
      - Automatic Error Checking.  All errors are automatically translated into
        Python exceptions.
      - Speed. PyOpenCL's base layer is written in C++, so all the niceties above
        are virtually free.
      - Helpful Documentation.
      - Liberal license.  PyOpenCL is open-source under the MIT license and free
        for commercial, academic, and private use.
      WWW: http://mathema.tician.de/software/pyopencl
    • jkim's avatar
      Pytools is a big bag of things that are "missing" from the Python standard · d31207a2
      jkim authored
      library.  This is mainly a dependency of my other software packages, and
      is probably of little interest to you unless you use those.  If you're
      curious nonetheless, here's what's on offer:
      - A ton of small tool functions such as len_iterable, argmin, tuple
        generation, permutation generation, ASCII table pretty printing, GvR's
        mokeypatch_xxx() hack, the elusive flatten, and much more.
      - Michele Simionato's decorator module.
      - A time-series logging module, pytools.log.
      - Batch job submission, pytools.batchjob.
      - A lexer, pytools.lex.
      WWW: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pytools
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  13. 06 Oct, 2015 2 commits
    • mmoll's avatar
      new port: devel/rubygem-rubocop · 195a0a68
      mmoll authored
      RuboCop is a Ruby static code analyzer. Out of the box it will enforce many of
      the guidelines outlined in the community Ruby Style Guide, but most aspects of
      its behavior can be tweaked via various configuration options.
      WWW: http://batsov.com/rubocop/
    • mmoll's avatar
      new port: devel/rubygem-ruby-progressbar · 37772859
      mmoll authored
      Ruby/ProgressBar is an extremely flexible text progress bar library for Ruby.
      The output can be customized with a flexible formatting system including
      percentage, bars of various formats, elapsed time and estimated time remaining.
      WWW: https://github.com/jfelchner/ruby-progressbar
      As this gem is based on the code that's available as misc/ruby-progressbar,
      conflict with it, to avoid problems.
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    • marino's avatar
      Add new port devel/libuutil · d3fe3bc4
      marino authored
      libuutil is a library of userland utilities originating from solaris
      This library provides both a doubly linked-list implementation and a
      AVL tree implementation.  This has been a private library best known
      as a core component for ZFS and SMF.
      The performance is considered excellent.  As this has always been a
      private library, it is not well documented and there is no man page
      for it.  The best documentation is located in the source code and
      reading OpenSolaris/Illumos ZFS and SMF sources will help as well.
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