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    • marino's avatar
      Add new port devel/simple_components · e0da0f86
      marino authored
      Submitted via IRC by Rod Kay (charlie5 on Freenode #ada)
      This is a library created by Dmitry Kazakov out of necessity, which was
      released under the GMGPL and provides Ada implementations of:
         - smart pointers               - B-trees
         - directed graphs              - stacks
         - sets                         - tables
         - maps                         - string editing
         - unbounded arrays             - expression analyzers
         - lock-free data structures
         - synchronization primitives (events, race condition free pulse events,
             arrays of events, reentrant mutexes, deadlock-free arrays of mutexes)
         - pseudo-random non-repeating numbers
         - symmetric encoding and decoding
         - IEEE 754 representations support
         - multiple connections server/client designing tools.
      Tables management and strings editing are described in separate documents;
      see Tables and Strings edit.  The library is kept conform to the Ada 95,
      Ada 2005, Ada 2012 language standards.
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-sidetiq: create port · d406ee1b
      swills authored
      Recurring jobs for Sidekiq
      WWW: https://github.com/tobiassvn/sidetiq
      PR:		201792
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-rotp: create port · 21738f72
      swills authored
      A ruby library for generating one time passwords (HOTP & TOTP)
      according to RFC 4226 and RFC 6238.
      WWW: https://github.com/mdp/rotp
      PR:		201791
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-ice_cube: create port · 32e004cd
      swills authored
      Ruby Date Recurrence Library - Allows easy creation of recurrence rules and
      fast querying
      WWW: http://seejohncode.com/ice_cube/
      PR:		201790
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-sprockets-rails-rails41: create port · a2d4ac16
      swills authored
      Add rails 4.1 version of rubygem-sprockets-rails
      PR:		201822
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-jbuilder-rails41: create port · 05805b18
      swills authored
      Add rails 4.1 version of jbuilder
      PR:		201820
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-coffee-rails41: create port · d02fd4eb
      swills authored
      Add rails 4.1 version of coffee-rails
      PR:		201819
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • tota's avatar
      - Add new port: devel/R-cran-bit64 · 5784aae1
      tota authored
        Package 'bit64' provides serializable S3 atomic 64bit (signed)
        integers that can be used in vectors, matrices, arrays and data.frames.
        Methods are available for coercion from and to logicals, integers,
        doubles, characters and factors as well as many elementwise and
        summary functions. Many fast algorithmic operations such as 'match'
        and 'order' support interactive data exploration and manipulation
        and optionally leverage caching.
        WWW: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/bit64/
    • tota's avatar
      - Add new port: devel/R-cran-bit · cd38a5e4
      tota authored
        bitmapped vectors of booleans (no NAs), coercion from and to logicals,
        integers and integer subscripts; fast boolean operators and fast
        summary statistics. With 'bit' vectors you can store true binary
        booleans {FALSE,TRUE} at the expense of 1 bit only, on a 32 bit
        architecture this means factor 32 less RAM and ~ factor 32 more
        speed on boolean operations. Due to overhead of R calls, actual
        speed gain depends on the size of the vector: expect gains for
        vectors of size > 10000 elements. Even for one-time boolean operations
        it can pay-off to convert to bit, the pay-off is obvious, when such
        components are used more than once. Reading from and writing to bit
        is approximately as fast as accessing standard logicals - mostly
        due to R's time for memory allocation. The package allows to work
        with pre-allocated memory for return values by calling .Call()
        directly: when evaluating the speed of C-access with pre-allocated
        vector memory, coping from bit to logical requires only 70% of the
        time for copying from logical to logical; and copying from logical
        to bit comes at a performance penalty of 150%. the package now
        contains further classes for representing logical selections:
        'bitwhich' for very skewed selections and 'ri' for selecting ranges
        of values for chunked processing. All three index classes can be
        used for subsetting 'ff' objects (ff-2.1-0 and higher).
        WWW: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/bit/
    • olivierd's avatar
      Unbreak build INDEX, after revision r393751 · 281717ca
      olivierd authored
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    • vg's avatar
      New port: devel/ocaml-re · f6a4e481
      vg authored
      Re is a regular expression library for OCaml.
      The following styles of regular expressions are supported:
      * Perl-style regular expressions (module Re_perl);
      * Posix extended regular expressions (module Re_posix);
      * Emacs-style regular expressions (module Re_emacs);
      * Shell-style file globbing (module Re_glob).
      WWW: https://github.com/ocaml/ocaml-re
    • kwm's avatar
      The FreeBSD GNOME team proudly presents GNOME 3.16 for FreeBSD. · bc6e07a2
      kwm authored
      The offical GNOME 3.16 release notes can be found at https://help.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/3.16/
      Upgrade instructions for port users:
      Delete the old tracker package with:
      # pkg delete -f tracker
      And user port upgrade tool of choice to upgrade.
      Thanks to Antoine Brodin for running the exp-runs.
      This release was made possible by the following people:
        Gustau Perez
      PR:		201980
    • vg's avatar
      New port: devel/ocaml-uutf · 40401033
      vg authored
      Uutf is an non-blocking streaming Unicode codec for OCaml to decode and
      encode the UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-16LE and UTF-16BE encoding schemes. It
      can efficiently work character by character without blocking on IO.
      Decoders perform character position tracking and support newline
      Functions are also provided to fold over the characters of UTF encoded
      OCaml string values and to directly encode characters in OCaml Buffer.t
      WWW: http://erratique.ch/software/uutf
  12. 04 Aug, 2015 2 commits
    • swills's avatar
      devel/rubygem-activesupport41: create port · e20cf0c9
      swills authored
      Add rails 4.1 version of activesupport
      PR:		201818
      Submitted by:	Torsten Zühlsdorff <ports@toco-domains.de>
    • demon's avatar
      New port: py-phonenumbers. · e93f3c65
      demon authored
      Python version of Google's common library for parsing, formatting, storing
      and validating international phone numbers.
  13. 03 Aug, 2015 1 commit
    • rene's avatar
      Remove expired ports: · a5c6917c
      rene authored
      2015-08-03 devel/java-util-concurrent: Included in all current JDKs by default
      2015-08-03 devel/py-pyparsing15: Not used in the ports tree anymore
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