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moonbase: remove trailing whitespace from DETAILS

And DEPENDS. Done with:

for f in $(find -name DETAILS) ; do sed -i -e 's/[ \t]*$//' "$f" ; done
for f in $(find -name DEPENDS) ; do sed -i -e 's/[ \t]*$//' "$f" ; done
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commit 33ff075fb7fb8ba449fadd59653ba32108a6f603 1 parent a0bc703
Paul Bredbury authored
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  1. +1 −1  app-themes/Candido-Engine/DETAILS
  2. +1 −1  app-themes/GTK2-EXperience/DETAILS
  3. +1 −1  app-themes/lighthouseblue-metacity/DEPENDS
  4. +1 −1  app-themes/slim-theme-lunar/DETAILS
  5. +6 −6 archive/fsarchiver/DETAILS
  6. +5 −5 archive/ibackup/DETAILS
  7. +1 −1  archive/lha/DETAILS
  8. +3 −3 archive/libdynamite/DETAILS
  9. +7 −7 archive/liborange/DETAILS
  10. +1 −1  archive/par/DETAILS
  11. +2 −2 archive/par2cmdline/DETAILS
  12. +7 −7 archive/rdiff-backup/DETAILS
  13. +1 −1  archive/rzip/DETAILS
  14. +2 −2 archive/star/DETAILS
  15. +1 −1  archive/unace/DETAILS
  16. +1 −1  archive/upx/DETAILS
  17. +3 −3 audio/SDL_mixer/DEPENDS
  18. +2 −2 audio/SDL_sound/DETAILS
  19. +1 −1  audio/alsa-driver/DETAILS
  20. +1 −1  audio/alsa-lib/DETAILS
  21. +1 −1  audio/alsaplayer/DEPENDS
  22. +9 −9 audio/alsaplayer/DETAILS
  23. +1 −1  audio/asmixer/DETAILS
  24. +1 −1  audio/audacity/DETAILS
  25. +1 −1  audio/audiotag/DETAILS
  26. +2 −2 audio/awesfx/DETAILS
  27. +1 −1  audio/consonance/DETAILS
  28. +1 −1  audio/cowbell/DETAILS
  29. +1 −1  audio/dssi/DETAILS
  30. +1 −1  audio/esound/DETAILS
  31. +1 −1  audio/gejengel/DETAILS
  32. +5 −5 audio/gnonlin/DETAILS
  33. +1 −1  audio/grip/DETAILS
  34. +4 −4 audio/h323plus/DETAILS
  35. +2 −2 audio/icecast/DETAILS
  36. +1 −1  audio/ices/DETAILS
  37. +1 −1  audio/id3/DETAILS
  38. +3 −3 audio/id3lib/DETAILS
  39. +2 −2 audio/jamin/DETAILS
  40. +1 −1  audio/ladspa_sdk/DETAILS
  41. +5 −5 audio/lame/DETAILS
  42. +2 −2 audio/lastfmlib/DETAILS
  43. +2 −2 audio/libao/DETAILS
  44. +1 −1  audio/liblo/DETAILS
  45. +1 −1  audio/libmodplug/DETAILS
  46. +1 −1  audio/libsndfile/DETAILS
  47. +4 −4 audio/libvisual/DETAILS
  48. +3 −3 audio/mediastreamer/DETAILS
  49. +1 −1  audio/mhwaveedit/DETAILS
  50. +3 −3 audio/mixxx/DEPENDS
  51. +2 −2 audio/mp3blaster/DEPENDS
  52. +1 −1  audio/mpc/DETAILS
  53. +1 −1  audio/mt-daapd/DEPENDS
  54. +6 −6 audio/mt-daapd/DETAILS
  55. +2 −2 audio/opencore-amr/DETAILS
  56. +6 −6 audio/pacpl/DETAILS
  57. +1 −1  audio/paman/DETAILS
  58. +2 −2 audio/paprefs/DEPENDS
  59. +2 −2 audio/paprefs/DETAILS
  60. +4 −4 audio/pavucontrol/DETAILS
  61. +1 −1  audio/pavumeter/DETAILS
  62. +5 −5 audio/picard/DETAILS
  63. +5 −5 audio/portaudio/DETAILS
  64. +1 −1  audio/seq24/DETAILS
  65. +5 −5 audio/sweep/DEPENDS
  66. +2 −2 audio/taglib/DETAILS
  67. +1 −1  audio/tagtool/DETAILS
  68. +6 −6 audio/tapioca-glib/DETAILS
  69. +1 −1  audio/timidity++/DETAILS
  70. +1 −1  audio/traverso/DETAILS
  71. +4 −4 audio/wavbreaker/DETAILS
  72. +2 −2 bluetooth/blueman/DETAILS
  73. +1 −1  bluetooth/gnome-bluetooth/DETAILS
  74. +1 −1  cd/cdw/DETAILS
  75. +2 −2 cd/dvdrtools/DETAILS
  76. +5 −5 cd/libcddb/DETAILS
  77. +2 −2 cd/ripoff/DEPENDS
  78. +2 −2 cd/udftools/DETAILS
  79. +1 −1  cd/vobcopy/DETAILS
  80. +3 −3 cd/zisofs-tools/DETAILS
  81. +2 −2 chat/BitchX/DETAILS
  82. +1 −1  chat/amsn/DEPENDS
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  93. +4 −4 chat/xchat/DEPENDS
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  95. +6 −6 compilers/aubit4glsrc/DETAILS
  96. +4 −4 compilers/clisp/DETAILS
  97. +1 −1  compilers/gcc3/DETAILS
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  101. +1 −1  compilers/nasm/DETAILS
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  103. +4 −4 compilers/udis86/DETAILS
  104. +1 −1  crypto/cryptoapi/DETAILS
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  110. +1 −1  crypto/scramble/DETAILS
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  112. +2 −2 crypto/steghide/DEPENDS
  113. +1 −1  devel/SDLmm/DETAILS
  114. +3 −3 devel/antlr/DETAILS
  115. +1 −1  devel/autoconf/DETAILS
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  118. +2 −2 devel/autotoolset/DETAILS
  119. +1 −1  devel/buildbot/DETAILS
  120. +2 −2 devel/callgrind/DETAILS
  121. +5 −5 devel/cgdb/DETAILS
  122. +1 −1  devel/check/DETAILS
  123. +2 −2 devel/cppunit/DETAILS
  124. +1 −1  devel/ctypes/DEPENDS
  125. +13 −13 devel/cvsd/DETAILS
  126. +3 −3 devel/ddd/DETAILS
  127. +2 −2 devel/desktop-file-utils/DETAILS
  128. +6 −6 devel/diffutils/DETAILS
  129. +5 −5 devel/elfutils/DETAILS
  130. +2 −2 devel/eruby/DETAILS
  131. +8 −8 devel/expect/DETAILS
  132. +1 −1  devel/ffcall/DETAILS
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  134. +1 −1  devel/gendiff/DETAILS
  135. +3 −3 devel/gob2/DETAILS
  136. +3 −3 devel/google-ctemplate/DETAILS
  137. +5 −5 devel/json-glib/DETAILS
  138. +2 −2 devel/libleakbug/DETAILS
  139. +8 −8 devel/ltrace/DETAILS
  140. +5 −5 devel/m4/DETAILS
  141. +9 −9 devel/metakit/DETAILS
  142. +2 −2 devel/paragui/DETAILS
  143. +3 −3 devel/pkgconfig/DETAILS
  144. +3 −3 devel/qbzr/DETAILS
  145. +1 −1  devel/rep-gtk/DETAILS
  146. +1 −1  devel/rexml/DEPENDS
  147. +1 −1  devel/rexml/DETAILS
  148. +1 −1  devel/ruby-babel/DEPENDS
  149. +1 −1  devel/ruby-dbi/DEPENDS
  150. +1 −1  devel/ruby-gnome2/DETAILS
  151. +2 −2 devel/rubygems/DETAILS
  152. +3 −3 devel/spl/DETAILS
  153. +1 −1  devel/splint/DETAILS
  154. +2 −2 devel/sshole/DETAILS
  155. +5 −5 devel/talloc/DETAILS
  156. +2 −2 devel/tcllib/DETAILS
  157. +1 −1  devel/xfdiff/DETAILS
  158. +2 −2 distributed/BitTorrent/DETAILS
  159. +3 −3 distributed/nicotine+/DEPENDS
  160. +1 −1  distributed/nicotine+/DETAILS
  161. +1 −1  distributed/nicotine/DETAILS
  162. +1 −1  distributed/xmule/DETAILS
  163. +1 −1  doc-tools/antiword/DETAILS
  164. +3 −3 doc-tools/docbook-dsssl-doc/DETAILS
  165. +4 −4 doc-tools/docbook-sgml/DETAILS
  166. +1 −1  doc-tools/docbook-utils/DETAILS
  167. +4 −4 doc-tools/docbook-xml/DETAILS
  168. +2 −2 doc-tools/docbook-xsl/DETAILS
  169. +3 −3 doc-tools/docutils/DETAILS
  170. +1 −1  doc-tools/epydoc/DEPENDS
  171. +1 −1  doc-tools/latex2html/DETAILS
  172. +1 −1  doc-tools/pinfo/DETAILS
  173. +9 −9 doc-tools/podofo/DETAILS
  174. +1 −1  doc-tools/psgml/DETAILS
  175. +3 −3 doc-tools/re2c/DETAILS
  176. +1 −1  doc-tools/scrollkeeper/DETAILS
  177. +4 −4 doc-tools/tesseract/DETAILS
  178. +1 −1  doc-tools/texlive/DETAILS
  179. +5 −5 doc-tools/tidy/DETAILS
  180. +2 −2 doc-tools/txt2tags/DETAILS
  181. +1 −1  doc-tools/xmltoman/DETAILS
  182. +6 −6 doc-tools/yawl/DETAILS
  183. +3 −3 docs/Grokking-the-GIMP/DETAILS
  184. +3 −3 docs/Linux-HOWTOs/DETAILS
  185. +1 −1  docs/ProgrammingRuby/DETAILS
  186. +1 −1  docs/autobook/DETAILS
  187. +7 −7 docs/docbook-book/DETAILS
  188. +1 −1  docs/gimp-help/DETAILS
  189. +2 −2 docs/gpm-docs/DETAILS
  190. +1 −1  docs/rarian/DETAILS
  191. +3 −3 eclipse/cdt/DETAILS
  192. +4 −4 eclipse/freemem/DETAILS
  193. +5 −5 editors/WordNet/DETAILS
  194. +4 −4 editors/codeblocks/DETAILS
  195. +1 −1  editors/eric4/DEPENDS
  196. +5 −5 editors/ex/DETAILS
  197. +1 −1  editors/fldev/DEPENDS
  198. +1 −1  editors/fxite/DETAILS
  199. +6 −6 editors/hspell/DETAILS
  200. +2 −2 editors/ht/DEPENDS
  201. +1 −1  editors/jed/DETAILS
  202. +6 −6 editors/joe/DETAILS
  203. +4 −4 editors/led/DETAILS
  204. +1 −1  editors/recode/DETAILS
  205. +5 −5 editors/scribes/DETAILS
  206. +7 −7 filemanagers/gnuit/DETAILS
  207. +2 −2 filemanagers/mc/DETAILS
  208. +1 −1  filemanagers/xfe/DETAILS
  209. +6 −6 filesys/afuse/DETAILS
  210. +1 −1  filesys/attr/DETAILS
  211. +4 −4 filesys/ctail/DETAILS
  212. +5 −5 filesys/djmount/DETAILS
  213. +2 −2 filesys/fuseiso/DETAILS
  214. +3 −3 filesys/makebootfat/DETAILS
  215. +4 −4 filesys/nilfs-utils/DETAILS
  216. +1 −1  filesys/ntfs-3g/DETAILS
  217. +3 −3 filesys/ntfsprogs/DETAILS
  218. +1 −1  filesys/raidtools/DETAILS
  219. +1 −1  filesys/submount/DETAILS
  220. +4 −4 filesys/sysfsutils/DETAILS
  221. +1 −1  filesys/tagsfs/DETAILS
  222. +1 −1  fonts/ghostscript-fonts-other/DETAILS
  223. +1 −1  fonts/ghostscript-fonts-std/DETAILS
  224. +4 −4 fonts/latex-xft-fonts/DETAILS
  225. +2 −2 fonts/ming-fonts/DETAILS
  226. +7 −7 fonts/terminus-font/DETAILS
  227. +1 −1  ftp/dclib/DEPENDS
  228. +4 −4 ftp/dclib/DETAILS
  229. +1 −1  ftp/gftp/DETAILS
  230. +2 −2 ftp/gift-fasttrack/DETAILS
  231. +5 −5 ftp/gift/DETAILS
  232. +2 −2 ftp/lftp/DETAILS
  233. +5 −5 ftp/mldonkey/DETAILS
  234. +4 −4 ftp/prozilla/DETAILS
  235. +1 −1  ftp/pure-ftpd/DEPENDS
  236. +4 −4 ftp/pure-ftpd/DETAILS
  237. +1 −1  ftp/tnftp/DETAILS
  238. +1 −1  ftp/wget/DEPENDS
  239. +2 −2 ftp/yafc/DETAILS
  240. +3 −3 games/CriticalMass/DETAILS
  241. +1 −1  games/TORCS/DETAILS
  242. +2 −2 games/abe/DETAILS
  243. +1 −1  games/armagetron/DETAILS
  244. +4 −4 games/barrage/DETAILS
  245. +2 −2 games/battalion/DETAILS
  246. +1 −1  games/briquolo/DETAILS
  247. +2 −2 games/castle-combat/DETAILS
  248. +1 −1  games/crossfire-client/DETAILS
  249. +1 −1  games/crossfire/DETAILS
  250. +4 −4 games/d2x/DETAILS
  251. +4 −4 games/enigma/DETAILS
  252. +1 −1  games/foobillard/DETAILS
  253. +1 −1  games/fortune-dubya/DETAILS
  254. +1 −1  games/fortune-familyguy/DETAILS
  255. +1 −1  games/fortune-meanwhile-in-lunar/DETAILS
  256. +1 −1  games/fortune-starwars/DETAILS
  257. +1 −1  games/fortune-xfiles/DETAILS
  258. +3 −3 games/fortune-zx-errors/DETAILS
  259. +1 −1  games/fortune/DETAILS
  260. +3 −3 games/freedroid/DETAILS
  261. +1 −1  games/freedroidrpg/DEPENDS
  262. +1 −1  games/freesci/DETAILS
  263. +1 −1  games/geekcode/DETAILS
  264. +1 −1  games/gltron/DETAILS
  265. +3 −3 games/gnugo/DETAILS
  266. +1 −1  games/jumpnbump/DETAILS
  267. +2 −2 games/kbtin/DETAILS
  268. +2 −2 games/koules/DETAILS
  269. +4 −4 games/lbreakout2/DETAILS
  270. +4 −4 games/lgeneral-data/DETAILS
  271. +4 −4 games/lgeneral/DETAILS
  272. +4 −4 games/liquidwar/DETAILS
  273. +5 −5 games/lmarbles/DETAILS
  274. +2 −2 games/lpairs/DETAILS
  275. +3 −3 games/neverball/DETAILS
  276. +2 −2 games/openmortal/DETAILS
  277. +1 −1  games/openuniverse/DEPENDS
  278. +4 −4 games/pathological/DETAILS
  279. +1 −1  games/powermanga/DETAILS
  280. +1 −1  games/powwow/DETAILS
  281. +6 −6 games/prboom/DETAILS
  282. +1 −1  games/pysol-sound-server/DETAILS
  283. +7 −7 games/pysol/DETAILS
  284. +2 −2 games/qstat/DETAILS
  285. +4 −4 games/quake2/DETAILS
  286. +4 −4 games/quakeforge/DETAILS
  287. +1 −1  games/rocksndiamonds/DEPENDS
  288. +1 −1  games/rocksndiamonds/DETAILS
  289. +5 −5 games/sauerbraten/DETAILS
  290. +3 −3 games/sjeng/DETAILS
  291. +1 −1  games/stella/DETAILS
  292. +3 −3 games/stratagus/DEPENDS
  293. +1 −1  games/stratagus/DETAILS
  294. +2 −2 games/supertux/DETAILS
  295. +3 −3 games/tintin/DETAILS
  296. +2 −2 games/trackballs/DETAILS
  297. +1 −1  games/tuxmath/DETAILS
  298. +5 −5 games/ufoai/DETAILS
  299. +1 −1  games/vectoroids/DETAILS
  300. +3 −3 games/wormux/DEPENDS
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2  app-themes/Candido-Engine/DETAILS
@@ -12,6 +12,6 @@
cat << EOF
Candido Engine is the Gtk2 cairo-based engine for new Candido themes.
-This engine was expecially designed to be fast light and clean, and to
+This engine was expecially designed to be fast light and clean, and to
be wonderful as Candido pixmaps themes, and different.
EOF
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2  app-themes/GTK2-EXperience/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="a GTK+-2 theme that copys the look of XP Luna"
cat << EOF
-EXperience is a gtk+-2 theme which copies and improves the look of XP
+EXperience is a gtk+-2 theme which copies and improves the look of XP
Luna. It includes three color-schemes and has various improvements such
as speedup, right-to-left support and out sourced stock icons.
EOF
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2  app-themes/lighthouseblue-metacity/DEPENDS
@@ -1 +1 @@
-depends metacity
+depends metacity
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2  app-themes/slim-theme-lunar/DETAILS
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
SOURCE=$MODULE-$VERSION.tar.bz2
#SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/slim-theme-lunar
SOURCE_URL=http://mirror.gezeiten.org/lunar/sources/
- SOURCE_VFY=sha1:d8e98caa331a27c04eb4e8d3f4e38a3e253a8de4
+ SOURCE_VFY=sha1:d8e98caa331a27c04eb4e8d3f4e38a3e253a8de4
WEB_SITE=http://lunar-linux.org
ENTERED=20060414
UPDATED=20060725
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12 archive/fsarchiver/DETAILS
@@ -9,12 +9,12 @@
SHORT="A file-system archive tool"
cat << EOF
-FSArchiver is a system tool that allows you to save the contents of a
-file-system to a compressed archive file. The file-system can be
-restored on a partition which has a different size and it can be
-restored on a different file-system. Unlike tar/dar, FSArchiver also
-creates the file-system when it extracts the data to partitions.
+FSArchiver is a system tool that allows you to save the contents of a
+file-system to a compressed archive file. The file-system can be
+restored on a partition which has a different size and it can be
+restored on a different file-system. Unlike tar/dar, FSArchiver also
+creates the file-system when it extracts the data to partitions.
Everything is checksummed in the archive in order to protect the data.
-If the archive is corrupt, you just loose the current file, not the
+If the archive is corrupt, you just loose the current file, not the
whole archive.
EOF
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10 archive/ibackup/DETAILS
@@ -9,10 +9,10 @@
SHORT="Simplifies backing up the system configuration files"
cat << EOF
-iBackup simplifies backing up the system configuration files (/etc) for
-UNIX systems (Solaris, *BSD, Linux). You can run the program from any
-directory, it will by default save the (maybe compressed) tarball to /root.
-It is possible to encrypt the tarball, to upload the tarball to some
-other host and run this backup automated in a cronjob.
+iBackup simplifies backing up the system configuration files (/etc) for
+UNIX systems (Solaris, *BSD, Linux). You can run the program from any
+directory, it will by default save the (maybe compressed) tarball to /root.
+It is possible to encrypt the tarball, to upload the tarball to some
+other host and run this backup automated in a cronjob.
To create a backup do "ibackup linux 2> /dev/null" in bash.
EOF
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2  archive/lha/DETAILS
@@ -13,6 +13,6 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE-114i
SHORT="utility that [un]compresses .lha packages."
cat << EOF
-lha for UNIX is a console-based utility that uncompresses and compresses
+lha for UNIX is a console-based utility that uncompresses and compresses
.lha packages.
EOF
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6 archive/libdynamite/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="extract cab files from self-extracting installation programs"
cat << EOF
-The dynamite library is needed by tools to be capable of squeezing out juicy
-.cab files from self-extracting installation programs created by the Setup
-Factory installation program.
+The dynamite library is needed by tools to be capable of squeezing out juicy
+.cab files from self-extracting installation programs created by the Setup
+Factory installation program.
EOF
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14 archive/liborange/DETAILS
@@ -9,25 +9,25 @@
SHORT="extract Microsoft Cabinet Files from self-extracting installers"
cat << EOF
-Orange is a tool and library for squeezing out juicy installable Microsoft
-Cabinet Files from self-extracting installers for Microsoft Windows and some
-other installer file formats. It currently supports the following kinds of
+Orange is a tool and library for squeezing out juicy installable Microsoft
+Cabinet Files from self-extracting installers for Microsoft Windows and some
+other installer file formats. It currently supports the following kinds of
installers:
* Self-extracting installers (EXE):
o Early support for installers created by Installer VISE.
o Support for some installers created by Inno Setup.
o Setup Factory versions 5 and 6 using Dynamite for data decompression.
- o Some other installer (using a DLL called inflate.dll). This is used
+ o Some other installer (using a DLL called inflate.dll). This is used
by for example Macromedia Flash Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002.
- o InstallShield self-extracting installers.
+ o InstallShield self-extracting installers.
* Other formats:
o APK, ARH Early support for the installer used by TomTom products.
o CAB InstallShield Cabinet files, using Unshield.
- o CAB Microsoft Cabinet files (also self-extracting) when you have
+ o CAB Microsoft Cabinet files (also self-extracting) when you have
Stuart Caie's excellent Cabextract tool installed.
o MSI Microsoft Installer files, if libole2 is available.
o RAR archives (also self-extracting) when you have Unrar installed.
- o ZIP archives (also self-extracting) when you have UnZip installed.
+ o ZIP archives (also self-extracting) when you have UnZip installed.
EOF
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2  archive/par/DETAILS
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE-cmdline
WEB_SITE=http://parchive.sourceforge.net
ENTERED=20020719
UPDATED=20030402
- MAINTAINER=tchan@lunar-linux.org
+ MAINTAINER=tchan@lunar-linux.org
SHORT="Parity Archive Volume Set tool"
cat << EOF
par
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4 archive/par2cmdline/DETAILS
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
MODULE=par2cmdline
VERSION=0.4
SOURCE=$MODULE-$VERSION.tar.gz
- SOURCE2=$MODULE-$VERSION-gcc4.patch
+ SOURCE2=$MODULE-$VERSION-gcc4.patch
SOURCE_URL=$SFORGE_URL/parchive/
SOURCE_VFY=sha1:2fcdc932b5d7b4b1c68c4a4ca855ca913d464d2f
SOURCE2_URL=http://sage.math.washington.edu/home/binegar/src/
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
WEB_SITE=http://parchive.sourceforge.net
ENTERED=20040228
UPDATED=20091205
- MAINTAINER=tchan@lunar-linux.org
+ MAINTAINER=tchan@lunar-linux.org
SHORT="A command line implementation of the PAR v2.0 specification"
cat << EOF
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14 archive/rdiff-backup/DETAILS
@@ -11,14 +11,14 @@
cat << EOF
rdiff-backup backs up one directory to another, possibly over a network.
The target directory ends up a copy of the source directory, but extra
-reverse diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target
-directory, so you can still recover files lost some time ago. The idea
-is to combine the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup.
-rdiff-backup also preserves subdirectories, hard links, dev files,
+reverse diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target
+directory, so you can still recover files lost some time ago. The idea
+is to combine the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup.
+rdiff-backup also preserves subdirectories, hard links, dev files,
permissions, uid/gid ownership, modification times, extended attributes,
-acls, and resource forks. Also, rdiff-backup can operate in a bandwidth
-efficient manner over a pipe, like rsync. Thus you can use rdiff-backup
-and ssh to securely back a hard drive up to a remote location, and only
+acls, and resource forks. Also, rdiff-backup can operate in a bandwidth
+efficient manner over a pipe, like rsync. Thus you can use rdiff-backup
+and ssh to securely back a hard drive up to a remote location, and only
the differences will be transmitted. Finally, rdiff-backup is easy to use
and settings have sensical defaults.
EOF
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2  archive/rzip/DETAILS
@@ -11,6 +11,6 @@
cat << EOF
rzip is a compression program, similar in functionality to gzip or
bzip2, but able to take advantage long distance redundencies in
-files, which can sometimes allow rzip to produce much better
+files, which can sometimes allow rzip to produce much better
compression ratios than other programs.
EOF
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4 archive/star/DETAILS
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
SHORT="very fast, POSIX-compliant tar archiver. "
cat << EOF
-star is a very fast, POSIX-compliant tar archiver. It reads and
+star is a very fast, POSIX-compliant tar archiver. It reads and
writes POSIX compliant tar archives as well as non-POSIX GNU tar
-archives. Star is the first free POSIX.1-200x compliant tar
+archives. Star is the first free POSIX.1-200x compliant tar
implementation.
EOF
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2  archive/unace/DETAILS
@@ -8,5 +8,5 @@
UPDATED=20060625
SHORT="utility to extract, view, and test the contents of an ACE archive"
cat << EOF
-unace is a utility to extract, view, and test the contents of an ACE archive.
+unace is a utility to extract, view, and test the contents of an ACE archive.
EOF
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2  archive/upx/DETAILS
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ cat << EOF
UPX is a free, portable, extendable, high-performance executable packer for
several different executable formats. It achieves an excellent compression
ratio and offers very fast decompression. Your executables suffer no memory
-overhead or other drawbacks.
+overhead or other drawbacks.
UPX can pack a number of executable formats:
atari/tos
djgpp2/coff
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6 audio/SDL_mixer/DEPENDS
@@ -5,17 +5,17 @@ optional_depends "alsa-utils" \
"" \
"" \
"for use with alsa drivers"
-
+
optional_depends "smpeg" \
"" \
"" \
"to play mpeg movies and mp3 audio"
-
+
optional_depends "mikmod" \
"--enable-music-libmikmod" \
"" \
"for some games audio support (e.g. required for SuperTux)"
-
+
optional_depends "libvorbis" \
"" \
"" \
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4 audio/SDL_sound/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="An abstract soundfile decoder"
cat << EOF
-SDL_sound is a library that handles the decoding of several popular
-sound file formats, such as .WAV and .MP3. It is meant to make the
+SDL_sound is a library that handles the decoding of several popular
+sound file formats, such as .WAV and .MP3. It is meant to make the
programmer's sound playback tasks simpler.
EOF
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2  audio/alsa-driver/DETAILS
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture project is being developed in the
Linux operating system and is released under version 2 of the GPL (GNU
general public license) and the LGPL (GNU library general public license).
-Primary goals:
+Primary goals:
1. Create a fully modularized sound driver which supports kerneld and kmod.
2. Create the ALSA Kernel API which surpasses the current OSS API.
3. Maintain compatibility with most OSS/Lite binaries.
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2  audio/alsa-lib/DETAILS
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture project is being developed in the Linux
operating system and is released under version 2 of the GPL (GNU general
public license) and the LGPL (GNU library general public license).
-Primary goals:
+Primary goals:
1. Create a fully modularized sound driver which supports kerneld and kmod.
2. Create the ALSA Kernel API which surpasses the current OSS API.
3. Maintain compatibility with most OSS/Lite binaries.
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2  audio/alsaplayer/DEPENDS
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ optional_depends "libvorbis" \
optional_depends "libmikmod" \
"--enable-mikmod" \
"--disable-libmikmodtest" \
- "to play mod, s3m, xm, it, med, mtm, 669 files"
+ "to play mod, s3m, xm, it, med, mtm, 669 files"
optional_depends "esound" \
"--enable-esd" \
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18 audio/alsaplayer/DETAILS
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@
SHORT="PCM player that makes heavy use of the ALSA"
cat << EOF
-AlsaPlayer is a new type of PCM player.
-It is heavily multi-threaded and tries to excercise the
-ALSA library and driver quite a bit. It has some very
-interesting features unique to Linux/Unix players. The
-goal is to create a fully pluggable framework for
-playback of all sorts of media with the focus on PCM
-audio data. The core code was written by Andy Lo-A-Foe
-<andy at alsaplayer dot org> (or <arloafoe at cs dot
-vu dot nl>) with contributions from many other folks.
+AlsaPlayer is a new type of PCM player.
+It is heavily multi-threaded and tries to excercise the
+ALSA library and driver quite a bit. It has some very
+interesting features unique to Linux/Unix players. The
+goal is to create a fully pluggable framework for
+playback of all sorts of media with the focus on PCM
+audio data. The core code was written by Andy Lo-A-Foe
+<andy at alsaplayer dot org> (or <arloafoe at cs dot
+vu dot nl>) with contributions from many other folks.
See the credits files for details.
EOF
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2  audio/asmixer/DETAILS
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
SHORT="A VERY simple Dockapp Mixer [Afterstep/WindowMaker]."
cat << EOF
DESCRIPTION:
-A simple Mixer Utility for Linux systems. Requires /dev/mixer to work.
+A simple Mixer Utility for Linux systems. Requires /dev/mixer to work.
The 3 buttons are quite simply Volume, CD, and PCM.
And of course, asmixer looks best under the Afterstep WM!
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2  audio/audacity/DETAILS
@@ -18,6 +18,6 @@ MP3. It supports all common editing operations such as Cut, Copy, and
Paste, plus it will mix tracks and let you apply plug-in effects to any
part of a sound. It also has a built-in amplitude envelope editor, a
customizable spectrogram mode and a frequency analysis window for audio
-analysis applications.
+analysis applications.
EOF
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2  audio/audiotag/DETAILS
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
WEB_SITE=http://www.tempestgames.com/ryan/
ENTERED=20041111
UPDATED=20101222
- SHORT="A command line audio file meta tagger"
+ SHORT="A command line audio file meta tagger"
cat << EOF
Audiotag is a command-line tool for performing mass tagging of audio
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4 audio/awesfx/DETAILS
@@ -10,13 +10,13 @@
SHORT="utilities for controlling EMU8K/EMU10Kx wavetable synth"
cat << EOF
-AWESFX is the package of various utility programs for controlling
+AWESFX is the package of various utility programs for controlling
EMU8K/EMU10Kx. It includes the soundfont loader (sfxload for OSS,
asfxload for ALSA), chorus/reverb effect loader (setfx), Gravis patch
loader (gusload), control parameter set up (aweset), and SF-Text
conversion programs, and so on. EMU8K processor is wavetable part of
SoundBlaster 32/AWE32 sound cards. EMU10Kx processor is heart of
-SoundBlaster 512/Live!/Audigy series. There are some other sound
+SoundBlaster 512/Live!/Audigy series. There are some other sound
cards that use EMU8K processor but there is no RAM onboard so
soundfont loading is not possible.
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2  audio/consonance/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="lightweight music manager"
cat << EOF
-Consonance is a lightweight GTK+ music manager that aims to be fast,
+Consonance is a lightweight GTK+ music manager that aims to be fast,
bloat-free, and light on memory consumption.
EOF
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2  audio/cowbell/DETAILS
@@ -15,6 +15,6 @@ Gtk+. Using TagLib, it supports many audio formats.
Cowbell is tightly integrated with Amazon.com using its free SOAP
service. Cowbell employs this service not only to fetch album cover
images, as most tag editors do, but also in combination with
-intelligent algorithms to "guess" the appropriate song information
+intelligent algorithms to "guess" the appropriate song information
from song titles.
EOF
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2  audio/dssi/DETAILS
@@ -8,6 +8,6 @@
UPDATED=20101220
SHORT="API for audio processing plugins"
cat << EOF
-DSSI (pronounced "dizzy") is an API for audio processing plugins,
+DSSI (pronounced "dizzy") is an API for audio processing plugins,
particularly useful for software synthesis plugins with user interfaces.
EOF
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2  audio/esound/DETAILS
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
cat << EOF
EsounD, the Enlighted Sound Daemon, is a server process that mixes
several digitized audio streams for playback by a single audio device.
-The Enlightened Sound Daemon is known to work to varying degrees on
+The Enlightened Sound Daemon is known to work to varying degrees on
Linux/OSS, Linux/ALSA, Solaris, HPUX, *BSD, and IRIX operating systems.
Ports to other platforms are appreciated.
EOF
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2  audio/gejengel/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="lightweight music manager"
cat << EOF
-Gejengel is an audio player which focuses on performance and
+Gejengel is an audio player which focuses on performance and
simplicity, yet with a nice set of features.
EOF
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10 audio/gnonlin/DETAILS
@@ -9,10 +9,10 @@
SHORT="GStreamer extensions for non-linear multimedia editors"
cat << EOF
-Gnonlin is a set of GStreamer elements to ease the creation of
-non-linear multimedia editors. It works together with the GStreamer
-multimedia framework to give developers a powerfull and flexible set
-of tools for quickly assembling applications which needs to handle
-non-linear multimedia editing.
+Gnonlin is a set of GStreamer elements to ease the creation of
+non-linear multimedia editors. It works together with the GStreamer
+multimedia framework to give developers a powerfull and flexible set
+of tools for quickly assembling applications which needs to handle
+non-linear multimedia editing.
Gnonlin is released under the LGPL.
EOF
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2  audio/grip/DETAILS
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
VERSION=3.3.1
SOURCE=$MODULE-$VERSION.tar.gz
SOURCE_URL=$SFORGE_URL/$MODULE/
- SOURCE_VFY=sha1:58ef51fbddf981a189f8b5b39774e3bd6862127d
+ SOURCE_VFY=sha1:58ef51fbddf981a189f8b5b39774e3bd6862127d
WEB_SITE=http://www.nostatic.org/grip
ENTERED=20010922
UPDATED=20060511
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8 audio/h323plus/DETAILS
@@ -11,9 +11,9 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
PSAFE=no
cat << EOF
-H.323 is the leading protocol for videoconferencing, with virtually every
+H.323 is the leading protocol for videoconferencing, with virtually every
videoconferencing solution in the world using H.323 in order to establish voice
-and video communications. With its superior handling of video and conference
-control, no other protocol comes close to matching the capabilites of H.323
-for video.
+and video communications. With its superior handling of video and conference
+control, no other protocol comes close to matching the capabilites of H.323
+for video.
EOF
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4 audio/icecast/DETAILS
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
SHORT="opensource streaming radio server"
cat << EOF
-Icecast is an internet audio broadcasting system based on Ogg Vorbis
-audio technology. It allows almost anyone to broadcast an audio stream
+Icecast is an internet audio broadcasting system based on Ogg Vorbis
+audio technology. It allows almost anyone to broadcast an audio stream
to as many people as their bandwidth can support.
EOF
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2  audio/ices/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="client for streaming Ogg Vorbis files to an icecast2 server"
cat << EOF
-A source client for broadcasting in Ogg Vorbis format to an icecast2
+A source client for broadcasting in Ogg Vorbis format to an icecast2
server. It can either read audio from disk or sample live audio from
a sound card and encode it on the fly.
EOF
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2  audio/id3/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="music stream tagging program."
cat << EOF
-id3 is a music stream tagging program that follows the ID3
+id3 is a music stream tagging program that follows the ID3
specification.
EOF
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6 audio/id3lib/DETAILS
@@ -12,10 +12,10 @@
SHORT="MP3 ID3v1 & ID3v2 libs"
cat << EOF
-id3lib is an open-source, cross-platform software development library
+id3lib is an open-source, cross-platform software development library
for reading, writing, and manipulating ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags. It is an
-on-going project whose primary goals are full compliance with the
+on-going project whose primary goals are full compliance with the
ID3v2 standard, portability across several platforms, and providing a
-powerful and feature-rich API with a highly stable and efficient
+powerful and feature-rich API with a highly stable and efficient
implementation.
EOF
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4 audio/jamin/DETAILS
@@ -10,10 +10,10 @@
MAINTAINER=jannis@lunar-linux.org
cat << EOF
-JAMin is the JACK Audio Connection Kit (JACK) Audio Mastering
+JAMin is the JACK Audio Connection Kit (JACK) Audio Mastering
interface. JAMin is an open source application designed to
perform professional audio mastering of stereo input streams.
-It uses LADSPA for digital signal processing (DSP). JAMin is
+It uses LADSPA for digital signal processing (DSP). JAMin is
licensed under the GPL.
JAMin features:
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2  audio/ladspa_sdk/DETAILS
@@ -16,5 +16,5 @@ many different ways. LADSPA provides a standard way for 'plugin' audio
processors to be used with a wide range of these packages. For instance,
this allows a developer to make a reverb program and bundle it into a
LADSPA plugin library. Ordinary users can then use this reverb within
-any LADSPA-friendly audio application.
+any LADSPA-friendly audio application.
EOF
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10 audio/lame/DETAILS
@@ -11,10 +11,10 @@
cat << EOF
LAME (LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder) is a research project for learning
-about and improving MP3 encoding technoligy. LAME includes an mp3
-encoding library, simple front end application, a much-improved
-psycho-acoustic model (GPSYCHO), and a graphical frame analyzer
-(MP3x). Please note that any commercial use (including distributing
-the LAME encoding engine in a free encoder) may require a patent
+about and improving MP3 encoding technoligy. LAME includes an mp3
+encoding library, simple front end application, a much-improved
+psycho-acoustic model (GPSYCHO), and a graphical frame analyzer
+(MP3x). Please note that any commercial use (including distributing
+the LAME encoding engine in a free encoder) may require a patent
license from Thomson Multimedia.
EOF
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4 audio/lastfmlib/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="Last.fm Submissions Protocol v1.2"
cat << EOF
-lastfmlib is library that provides an implementation of the Last.fm
-Submissions Protocol v1.2. It allows you to scrobble your tracks on
+lastfmlib is library that provides an implementation of the Last.fm
+Submissions Protocol v1.2. It allows you to scrobble your tracks on
Last.fm
EOF
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4 audio/libao/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="way to easily add cross-platform audio output to your program"
cat << EOF
-libao is a way to easily add cross-platform audio output to your program.
-Output devices are implemented as dynamic plugins, and support for OSS, ESD,
+libao is a way to easily add cross-platform audio output to your program.
+Output devices are implemented as dynamic plugins, and support for OSS, ESD,
ALSA, aRTs, Solaris, and Irix outputs are currently supported.
EOF
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2  audio/liblo/DETAILS
@@ -10,6 +10,6 @@
SHORT="Open Sound Control protocol implementation"
cat << EOF
-liblo is an implementation of the Open Sound Control protocol
+liblo is an implementation of the Open Sound Control protocol
for POSIX systems.
EOF
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2  audio/libmodplug/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="library for decoding .mod audio files"
cat << EOF
-libmodplug is a library that can decode various types of MOD files, such as:
+libmodplug is a library that can decode various types of MOD files, such as:
- Plays 22 different mod formats, including:
MOD, S3M, XM, IT, 669, AMF (both of them), AMS, DBM, DMF, DSM, FAR,
MDL, MED, MTM, OKT, PTM, STM, ULT, UMX, MT2, PSM
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2  audio/libsndfile/DETAILS
@@ -12,5 +12,5 @@ cat << EOF
Libsndfile is a C library for reading and writing files containing
sampled sound (such as MS Windows WAV and the Apple/SGI AIFF format)
through one standard library interface. It is released in source code
-format under the Gnu Lesser General Public License.
+format under the Gnu Lesser General Public License.
EOF
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8 audio/libvisual/DETAILS
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@
SHORT="An abstraction library that comes between applications and audio visualisation plugins"
cat << EOF
-Often when it comes to audio visualisation plugins or programs that
+Often when it comes to audio visualisation plugins or programs that
create visuals, they depend on a player or something else; basically,
there is no general framework that enabled application developers to
easily access cool audio visualisation plugins. Libvisual wants to
change this by providing an interface towards plugins and applications;
-through this easy to use interface applications can easily access
-plugins and, since the drawing is done by the application, it also
-enables the developer to draw the visual anywhere he wants.
+through this easy to use interface applications can easily access
+plugins and, since the drawing is done by the application, it also
+enables the developer to draw the visual anywhere he wants.
The framework also allows you to morph to different plugins and mix two
at once; all kinds of neat tricks are possible using this method.
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6 audio/mediastreamer/DETAILS
@@ -9,8 +9,8 @@
SHORT="multimedia streaming engine"
cat << EOF
-Mediastreamer2 is a powerful and lightweighted streaming engine specialized for
-voice/video telephony applications. It is the library that is responsible for
-all the receiving and sending of multimedia streams in linphone, including
+Mediastreamer2 is a powerful and lightweighted streaming engine specialized for
+voice/video telephony applications. It is the library that is responsible for
+all the receiving and sending of multimedia streams in linphone, including
voice/video capture, encoding and decoding, and rendering.
EOF
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2  audio/mhwaveedit/DETAILS
@@ -18,5 +18,5 @@ such as cut'n'paste and volume adjustment but it can
also use Ladspa effect plugins and the effects provided
by the SoX application. It can also support additional
file formats besides wav through libsndfile and mp3/ogg
-import and export through lame and oggenc/oggdec.
+import and export through lame and oggenc/oggdec.
EOF
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6 audio/mixxx/DEPENDS
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@ depends fftw3
depends libvorbis
depends portaudio
depends portmidi
-depends libid3tag
-depends libmad
-depends libsndfile
+depends libid3tag
+depends libmad
+depends libsndfile
depends qt4
optional_depends bzr "" "" "for bzr support"
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4 audio/mp3blaster/DEPENDS
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
depends ncurses
-
-optional_depends "libvorbis" "" "" "for ogg-vorbis support"
+
+optional_depends "libvorbis" "" "" "for ogg-vorbis support"
optional_depends "mysql" "" "" "for mysql mp3tag database"
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2  audio/mpc/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="A command line tool for MPD"
cat << EOF
-A client for MPD, the Music Player Daemon. mpc connects to a MPD running
+A client for MPD, the Music Player Daemon. mpc connects to a MPD running
on a machine via a network.
EOF
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2  audio/mt-daapd/DEPENDS
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-depends libid3tag
+depends libid3tag
depends zlib
depends gdbm
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12 audio/mt-daapd/DETAILS
@@ -12,10 +12,10 @@ cat << EOF
mt-daapd is a program which acts as an iTunes (DAAP) server for Linux
and other POSIX unixes.
- * Supports the Roku SoundBridge (query/browse/index support)
- * Supports periodic rescans of the database
- * Can advertise shoutcast streams
- * Supports password-protected shares
- * Is web-configurable and managable
- * Support dynamic playlists, like iTunes "Smart playlists"
+ * Supports the Roku SoundBridge (query/browse/index support)
+ * Supports periodic rescans of the database
+ * Can advertise shoutcast streams
+ * Supports password-protected shares
+ * Is web-configurable and managable
+ * Support dynamic playlists, like iTunes "Smart playlists"
EOF
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4 audio/opencore-amr/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="Adaptive Multi Rate Narrowband and Wideband speech codec"
cat << EOF
-Library of OpenCORE Framework implementation of Adaptive Multi Rate
-Narrowband and Wideband speech codec.
+Library of OpenCORE Framework implementation of Adaptive Multi Rate
+Narrowband and Wideband speech codec.
EOF
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12 audio/pacpl/DETAILS
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@
UPDATED=20090531
SHORT="Perl Audio Converter"
cat << EOF
-Perl Audio Converter is a tool for converting multiple audio types from one
-format to another. It supports AAC, AC3, AIFF, APE, AU, AVR, BONK, CAF, CDR,
-FAP, FLA, FLAC, IRCAM, LA, LPAC, M4A, MAT, MAT4, MAT5, MMF, MP2, MP3, MP4,
+Perl Audio Converter is a tool for converting multiple audio types from one
+format to another. It supports AAC, AC3, AIFF, APE, AU, AVR, BONK, CAF, CDR,
+FAP, FLA, FLAC, IRCAM, LA, LPAC, M4A, MAT, MAT4, MAT5, MMF, MP2, MP3, MP4,
MPC, MPP, NIST, OFR, OFS, OGG, PAC, PAF, PVF, RA, RAM, RAW, SD2, SF, SHN, SMP,
SND, SPX, TTA, VOC, W64, WAV, WMA, and WV. It can also convert audio from the
following video formats: RM, RV, ASF, DivX, MPG, MKV, MPEG, AVI, MOV, OGM, QT,
-VCD, SVCD, M4V, NSV, NUV, PSP, SMK, VOB, FLV, and WMV. A CD ripping function
-with CDDB support, batch conversion, tag preservation for most supported
+VCD, SVCD, M4V, NSV, NUV, PSP, SMK, VOB, FLV, and WMV. A CD ripping function
+with CDDB support, batch conversion, tag preservation for most supported
formats, independent tag reading/writing, and extensions for Amarok, Dolphin,
-and Konqueror are also provided.
+and Konqueror are also provided.
EOF
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2  audio/paman/DETAILS
@@ -10,6 +10,6 @@
MAINTAINER=jannis@lunar-linux.org
cat << EOF
-PulseAudio Manager (paman) is a simple GTK frontend for the
+PulseAudio Manager (paman) is a simple GTK frontend for the
PulseAudio sound server.
EOF
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4 audio/paprefs/DEPENDS
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
-depends libglademm
+depends libglademm
depends pulseaudio
depends gconfmm
optional_depends "lynx" \
"--enable-lynx" \
"--disable-lynx" \
- "for documenation generation"
+ "for documenation generation"
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4 audio/paprefs/DETAILS
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ cat << EOF
PulseAudio Preferences (paprefs) is a simple GTK based configuration
dialog for the PulseAudio sound server.
-Please note that this program can only configure local servers, and
-requires that a special module module-gconf is loaded in the sound
+Please note that this program can only configure local servers, and
+requires that a special module module-gconf is loaded in the sound
server. (Since PulseAudio 0.9.5 this modules is loaded by default.)
EOF
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8 audio/pavucontrol/DETAILS
@@ -10,9 +10,9 @@
MAINTAINER=jannis@lunar-linux.org
cat << EOF
-PulseAudio Volume Control (pavucontrol) is a simple GTK based
-volume control tool ("mixer") for the PulseAudio sound server.
-In contrast to classic mixer tools this one allows you to control
-both the volume of hardware devices and of each playback stream
+PulseAudio Volume Control (pavucontrol) is a simple GTK based
+volume control tool ("mixer") for the PulseAudio sound server.
+In contrast to classic mixer tools this one allows you to control
+both the volume of hardware devices and of each playback stream
seperately.
EOF
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2  audio/pavumeter/DETAILS
@@ -10,6 +10,6 @@
MAINTAINER=jannis@lunar-linux.org
cat << EOF
-Polypaudio Volume Meter (pavumeter) is a simple GTK volume meter
+Polypaudio Volume Meter (pavumeter) is a simple GTK volume meter
for the Polypaudio sound server.
EOF
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10 audio/picard/DETAILS
@@ -9,12 +9,12 @@
SHORT="official MusicBrainz tagger"
cat << EOF
-MusicBrainz Picard is a cross-platform (Linux/Mac OS X/Windows) application
+MusicBrainz Picard is a cross-platform (Linux/Mac OS X/Windows) application
written in Python and is the official MusicBrainz tagger. Picard supports the
majority of audio file formats, is capable of using audio fingerprints (PUIDs),
-performing CD lookups and disc ID submissions, and it has excellent Unicode
+performing CD lookups and disc ID submissions, and it has excellent Unicode
support. Additionally, there are several plugins available that extend Picard's
-features. When tagging files, Picard uses an album oriented approach. This
-approach allows it to utilize the MusicBrainz data as effectively as possible
-and correctly tag your music.
+features. When tagging files, Picard uses an album oriented approach. This
+approach allows it to utilize the MusicBrainz data as effectively as possible
+and correctly tag your music.
EOF
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10 audio/portaudio/DETAILS
@@ -13,12 +13,12 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
cat << EOF
PortAudio is a free, cross platform, open-source, audio I/O library. It lets you
write simple audio programs in 'C' that will compile and run on many platforms
-including Windows, Macintosh (8,9,X), Unix (OSS), SGI, and BeOS. PortAudio is
-intended to promote the exchange of audio synthesis software between developers
+including Windows, Macintosh (8,9,X), Unix (OSS), SGI, and BeOS. PortAudio is
+intended to promote the exchange of audio synthesis software between developers
on different platforms.
-PortAudio provides a very simple API for recording and/or playing sound using a
-simple callback function. Example programs are included that synthesize sine
-waves and pink noise, perform fuzz distortion on a guitar, list available audio
+PortAudio provides a very simple API for recording and/or playing sound using a
+simple callback function. Example programs are included that synthesize sine
+waves and pink noise, perform fuzz distortion on a guitar, list available audio
devices, etc.
EOF
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2  audio/seq24/DETAILS
@@ -15,5 +15,5 @@ functionality needed for a live performance, such as the Akai MPC line, the
Kawai Q80 sequencer, or the popular Alesis MMT-8, I found nothing similar in
the software realm. I set out to create a very minimal sequencer that excludes
the bloated features of the large software sequencers, and includes a small
-subset of features that I have found usable in performing.
+subset of features that I have found usable in performing.
EOF
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10 audio/sweep/DEPENDS
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-depends gtk+-2
-depends libsndfile
-depends libsamplerate
+depends gtk+-2
+depends libsndfile
+depends libsamplerate
-optional_depends "libvorbis" "" "" "for Ogg audio loading"
-optional_depends "libmad" "" "" "for MPEG audio loading"
+optional_depends "libvorbis" "" "" "for Ogg audio loading"
+optional_depends "libmad" "" "" "for MPEG audio loading"
optional_depends "speex" "" "" "for Speex audio loading"
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4 audio/taglib/DETAILS
@@ -11,8 +11,8 @@
SHORT="A library for reading and editing the meta-data of several popular audio formats"
cat << EOF
-TagLib is a library for reading and editing the meta-data of several
-popular audio formats. Currently it supports both ID3v1 and ID3v2 for
+TagLib is a library for reading and editing the meta-data of several
+popular audio formats. Currently it supports both ID3v1 and ID3v2 for
MP3 files, Ogg Vorbis comments and ID3 tags and Vorbis comments in FLAC
files.
EOF
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2  audio/tagtool/DETAILS
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
cat << EOF
Audio Tag Tool is a program to manage the information fields in MP3 and
-Ogg Vorbis files, commonly called tags. Tag Tool can be used to edit
+Ogg Vorbis files, commonly called tags. Tag Tool can be used to edit
tags one by one, but the most useful features are the ability to easily
tag or rename hundreds of files at once, in any desired format.
EOF
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12 audio/tapioca-glib/DETAILS
@@ -10,14 +10,14 @@
cat << EOF
The Telepathy project aims to provide a unified framework for all forms of real
-time conversations, including instant messaging, IRC, voice calls and video
-calls. It uses the D-Bus messaging system to provide a simple interface for
-client applications, allowing them to quickly benefit from Telepathy's
+time conversations, including instant messaging, IRC, voice calls and video
+calls. It uses the D-Bus messaging system to provide a simple interface for
+client applications, allowing them to quickly benefit from Telepathy's
functionality.
At the core of Telepathy is the DBus interface specification which describes how
-Telepathy components communicate with each other. We are up to spec version 0.17
-(see DbusSpec for older versions). For a more approachable introduction to the
-structure of the framework, try the System Overview document. The Ubuntu spec
+Telepathy components communicate with each other. We are up to spec version 0.17
+(see DbusSpec for older versions). For a more approachable introduction to the
+structure of the framework, try the System Overview document. The Ubuntu spec
for SIP/IM integration includes a good rationale for this distributed approach.
EOF
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2  audio/timidity++/DETAILS
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/TiMidity++-$VERSION
cat << EOF
TiMidity++ is a software synthesizer. It can play MIDI files by
converting them into PCM waveform data; give it a MIDI data along with
-digital instrument data files, then it synthesizes them in real-time,
+digital instrument data files, then it synthesizes them in real-time,
and plays. It can not only play sounds, but also can save the generated
waveforms into hard disks as various audio file formats.
EOF
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2  audio/traverso/DETAILS
@@ -12,5 +12,5 @@ cat << EOF
Traverso is an audio recording and editing program
which is very well suited to record a single voice,
a band, an ensemble, a whole orchestra
-or any other source of music!
+or any other source of music!
EOF
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8 audio/wavbreaker/DETAILS
@@ -9,9 +9,9 @@
SHORT="A tool to split a wave file up into multiple waves"
cat << EOF
-This application's purpose in life is to take a wave file and break
-it up into multiple wave files. It makes a clean break at the correct
-position to burn the files to an audio cd without any dead air between
-the tracks. It will only read wave files, so use an appropriate tool to
+This application's purpose in life is to take a wave file and break
+it up into multiple wave files. It makes a clean break at the correct
+position to burn the files to an audio cd without any dead air between
+the tracks. It will only read wave files, so use an appropriate tool to
convert ogg, mp3, etc. files and then break them up.
EOF
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4 bluetooth/blueman/DETAILS
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
cat << EOF
Blueman is a GTK+ Bluetooth Manager
-Blueman is designed to be simple and intuitive for everyday bluetooth tasks
+Blueman is designed to be simple and intuitive for everyday bluetooth tasks
such as:
* Connecting to 3G/EDGE/GPRS via DUN profile.
@@ -21,6 +21,6 @@ such as:
* Sending/Receiving/Browsing files via OBEX
* Pairing
-Blueman also integrates with Network Manager 0.7, making any Bluetooth
+Blueman also integrates with Network Manager 0.7, making any Bluetooth
Dialup/Network connections available (via HAL) to Network Manager.
EOF
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2  bluetooth/gnome-bluetooth/DETAILS
@@ -21,6 +21,6 @@ Current features include:
or contacts from other Bluetooth devices to your computer
* An OBEX push send tool, so you can beam files from your computer to
remote devices.
-* gnome-vfs plugin so Nautilus can navigate known Bluetooth devices,
+* gnome-vfs plugin so Nautilus can navigate known Bluetooth devices,
and send files to them via drag'n'drop.
EOF
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2  cd/cdw/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="An ncurses and GTK+-2 frontend to rip and burn CDs"
cat << EOF
-cdw is an ncurses-based (and optionally GTK+-2 based) CD writer
+cdw is an ncurses-based (and optionally GTK+-2 based) CD writer
program, which uses cdrecord and mkisofs.
EOF
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4 cd/dvdrtools/DETAILS
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
SHORT="A fork of cdrtools to support writing DVDs"
cat << EOF
-dvdrtools is a fork of cdrtools, with the primary goal of supporting
+dvdrtools is a fork of cdrtools, with the primary goal of supporting
writable DVD drives.
-Contributed by Dave Brown dagbrown@lart.ca.
+Contributed by Dave Brown dagbrown@lart.ca.
EOF
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10 cd/libcddb/DETAILS
@@ -9,12 +9,12 @@
SHORT="A C library to access data on a CDDB server"
cat << EOF
-Libcddb allows you to:
+Libcddb allows you to:
- search the database for possible CD matches;
- retrieve detailed information about a specific CD;
- submit new CD entries to the database.
-Libcddb supports both the custom CDDB protocol and tunnelling the query
-and read operations over plain HTTP. It is also possible to use an HTTP
-proxy server. If you want to speed things up, you can make use of the
-built-in caching facility provided by the library.
+Libcddb supports both the custom CDDB protocol and tunnelling the query
+and read operations over plain HTTP. It is also possible to use an HTTP
+proxy server. If you want to speed things up, you can make use of the
+built-in caching facility provided by the library.
EOF
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4 cd/ripoff/DEPENDS
@@ -3,10 +3,10 @@ depends libcddb
depends libcdio
optional_depends "libvorbis" "" "--disable-vorbis" \
- "support for ripping to Ogg"
+ "support for ripping to Ogg"
optional_depends "lame" "" "--disable-mp3" \
- "support for ripping to MP3"
+ "support for ripping to MP3"
optional_depends "flac" "" "--disable-flac" \
"support for ripping to FLAC"
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4 cd/udftools/DETAILS
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
SHORT="UDF related utilities"
cat << EOF
-The UDFtools package contains utilities for creating and mounting CD-RW
-disks with UDF file systems for both reading and writing. UDF files
+The UDFtools package contains utilities for creating and mounting CD-RW
+disks with UDF file systems for both reading and writing. UDF files
systems are used on both CD-RW media and on DVD.
EOF
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2  cd/vobcopy/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="A tool for making a backup copy of DVDs"
cat << EOF
-Vobcopy is a tool for making unencrypted copies of DVDs on your
+Vobcopy is a tool for making unencrypted copies of DVDs on your
harddrive.
EOF
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6 cd/zisofs-tools/DETAILS
@@ -14,8 +14,8 @@
cat << EOF
The zisofs filesystem is an extension to the ISO9660 filesystem that
allows files, on a file-by-file basis, to be stored compressed and
-decompressed in real time. Legacy systems can still read uncompressed
-files. zisofs-tools contains the tools necessary to create such a
-compressed ISO9660 filesystem and to read compressed files on a legacy
+decompressed in real time. Legacy systems can still read uncompressed
+files. zisofs-tools contains the tools necessary to create such a
+compressed ISO9660 filesystem and to read compressed files on a legacy
system.
EOF
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4 chat/BitchX/DETAILS
@@ -12,8 +12,8 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
UPDATED=20040727
SHORT="expanded version of the IRC II chat client"
cat << EOF
-BitchX was originaly a script for IRC II, but has been built directly into
-the client. Delivered with an abundance of scripts, and other more or less
+BitchX was originaly a script for IRC II, but has been built directly into
+the client. Delivered with an abundance of scripts, and other more or less
usefull features.
This version is for the terminal version only.
EOF
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2  chat/amsn/DEPENDS
@@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
-depends tk
+depends tk
depends tls
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2  chat/centericq/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="text mode IM client for ICQ, Yahoo!, AIM, IRC, MSN, Gadu-Gadu and Jabber"
cat << EOF
-Centericq is a text mode menu- and window-driven IM interface that
+Centericq is a text mode menu- and window-driven IM interface that
supports the ICQ, Yahoo!, AIM, IRC, MSN, Gadu-Gadu and Jabber protocols.
It also supports LiveJournal and RSS feeds.
EOF
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6 chat/gajim/DETAILS
@@ -11,8 +11,8 @@
MAINTAINER="jannis@lunar-linux.org"
cat << EOF
-The goal of Gajim is to provide a full featured and easy to use Jabber
-client. Gajim works nicely with GNOME, but does not require it to run.
+The goal of Gajim is to provide a full featured and easy to use Jabber
+client. Gajim works nicely with GNOME, but does not require it to run.
It is released under the GNU General Public License.
Features:
@@ -27,5 +27,5 @@ Features:
Wikipedia, dictionary and search engine lookup
Multiple accounts support
DBus Capabilities. Read more information
- XML Console
+ XML Console
EOF
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6 chat/ickle/DETAILS
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
SHORT="ickle - a icq2000 client"
cat << EOF
ickle - a icq2000 client
-ickle is an open-source project implementing the
-ICQ2000 protocol. The aim is to bring the most
-useful features of ICQ2000 to non-windows platforms.
+ickle is an open-source project implementing the
+ICQ2000 protocol. The aim is to bring the most
+useful features of ICQ2000 to non-windows platforms.
EOF
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2  chat/ircd-hybrid/DETAILS
@@ -10,5 +10,5 @@
cat <<EOF
ircd-hybrid is a powerful Internet Relay Chat daemon frequently used on
-the popular EFnet IRC Network.
+the popular EFnet IRC Network.
EOF
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2  chat/ircd/DETAILS
@@ -10,5 +10,5 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/irc$VERSION
cat <<EOF
ircd is the original Internet Relay Chat Daemon which is still actively
maintained. It is used by IRCnet, one of the biggest IRC Networks. It
-supports the new !channel (safe channels), as described in RFC 2810 - 2813.
+supports the new !channel (safe channels), as described in RFC 2810 - 2813.
EOF
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2  chat/pork/DETAILS
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
cat << EOF
pork is an ncurses-based AOL instant messenger client. It uses the
OSCAR protocol to access AIM. Pork features Perl scripting; an online
-help system; the ability to configure nearly all aspects of the
+help system; the ability to configure nearly all aspects of the
program's look-and-feel; and alias system; and a powerful key binding
system. It also supports being logged in with more than one screen
name at the same time.
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8 chat/reaim/DETAILS
@@ -7,9 +7,9 @@
UPDATED=20030105
SHORT="transparent proxy for direct sessionw with AIM"
cat << EOF
-ReAIM is a compact transparent proxy designed to be run on or behind a
-Linux IPTables based firewall. When run behind a simple address-translating
-firewall, the current AIM client software does not allow direct-connections
-between users to work. AIM requires direct-connections for file and image
+ReAIM is a compact transparent proxy designed to be run on or behind a
+Linux IPTables based firewall. When run behind a simple address-translating
+firewall, the current AIM client software does not allow direct-connections
+between users to work. AIM requires direct-connections for file and image
transfers.
EOF
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2  chat/silc-client/DETAILS
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ conferencing services on the Internet over insecure channel. SILC superficially
resembles IRC, although they are very different internally. They both provide
conferencing services and have almost the same set of commands. Other than
that, they are nothing alike. The SILC is secure and the network model is
-entirely different compared to IRC.
+entirely different compared to IRC.
EOF
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2  chat/telepathy-salut/DETAILS
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@
SHORT="telepathy link-local xmpp connection manager"
cat << EOF
-A link-local Jabber/XMPP connection manager that handles single- and
+A link-local Jabber/XMPP connection manager that handles single- and
multi-user chats and voice/video calls.
EOF
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12 chat/xaric/DETAILS
@@ -10,10 +10,10 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=${BUILD_DIRECTORY}/${MODULE}-${VERSION}
MAINTAINER=nestu@lunar-linux.org
SHORT="UNIX irc client similer to BitchX or ircII"
cat << EOF
-Xaric is a UNIX irc client similer to BitchX or ircII.
-I would impress you with a list of features, but since
-it has no impressive features (and lacks a few important
-ones) that probably is not a good idea. The whole reason
-for Xaric was to remove all of the bogus, broken crap and
-silly features from BitchX and have a nice colorful client.
+Xaric is a UNIX irc client similer to BitchX or ircII.
+I would impress you with a list of features, but since
+it has no impressive features (and lacks a few important
+ones) that probably is not a good idea. The whole reason
+for Xaric was to remove all of the bogus, broken crap and
+silly features from BitchX and have a nice colorful client.
EOF
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8 chat/xchat/DEPENDS
@@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
depends gtk+-2
optional_depends "openssl" "--enable-openssl" "--disable-openssl" \
- "enable support for openSSL"
+ "enable support for openSSL"
optional_depends "Python" "--enable-python" "--disable-python" \
- "enable support for python plugins"
+ "enable support for python plugins"
optional_depends "perl" "--enable-perl" "--disable-perl" \
- "enable support for perl plugins"
+ "enable support for perl plugins"
optional_depends "tcl" "--enable-tcl=/usr" "--disable-tcl" \
- "enable support for tcl plugins"
+ "enable support for tcl plugins"
optional_depends "dbus-glib" "--enable-dbus" "--disable-dbus" \
"enable support for a DBus remote interface"
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4 compilers/Falcon/DETAILS
@@ -14,8 +14,8 @@ Falcon is an Open Source, simple, fast and powerful programming language, easy
to learn and to feel comfortable with, and a scripting engine ready to empower
mission-critical multithreaded applications.
-Falcon provides six integrated programming paradigms: procedural, object
+Falcon provides six integrated programming paradigms: procedural, object
oriented, prototype oriented, functional, tabular and message oriented. And you
-don't have to master all of them; you just need to pick the ingredients you
+don't have to master all of them; you just need to pick the ingredients you
prefer, and let the code to follow your inspiration.
EOF
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12 compilers/aubit4glsrc/DETAILS
@@ -11,10 +11,10 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
SHORT="Aubit 4GL compiler"
PSAFE=no
cat << EOF
-Aubit 4GL compiler is software that translates x4GL programming language into
-executable programs, enabling fast and productive creation of BRDO
-applications utilizing x4GL programming language. Features include embedded
-SQL and 3GL programming languages, connectivity to many relational databases,
-character/GUI/web-based user interfaces, multi-format reports generation, and
-many other advanced development options.
+Aubit 4GL compiler is software that translates x4GL programming language into
+executable programs, enabling fast and productive creation of BRDO
+applications utilizing x4GL programming language. Features include embedded
+SQL and 3GL programming languages, connectivity to many relational databases,
+character/GUI/web-based user interfaces, multi-format reports generation, and
+many other advanced development options.
EOF
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8 compilers/clisp/DETAILS
@@ -11,11 +11,11 @@
SHORT="An ANSI Common Lisp implementation"
cat << EOF
-Common Lisp is a high-level, all-purpose, object-oriented,
+Common Lisp is a high-level, all-purpose, object-oriented,
dynamic, functional programming language.
-CLISP is a Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible, then
-of Karlsruhe University, and Michael Stoll, then of Munich
-University, both in Germany. It supports the Lisp described
+CLISP is a Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible, then
+of Karlsruhe University, and Michael Stoll, then of Munich
+University, both in Germany. It supports the Lisp described
in the ANSI Common Lisp standard plus many extensions.
EOF
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2  compilers/gcc3/DETAILS
@@ -18,5 +18,5 @@ cat << EOF
gcc - GNU Compiler Collection.
The GNU Compiler Collection is a suite of compilers that compile C, C++,
Objective C, Fortran, Java, and CHILL for a wide variety of
-architectures. Front-ends for Ada95 and Pascal also exist.
+architectures. Front-ends for Ada95 and Pascal also exist.
EOF
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10 compilers/gcl/DETAILS
@@ -13,10 +13,10 @@
SHORT="Common Lisp interpreter and compiler"
PSAFE=no
cat << EOF
-GNU Common Lisp (GCL, formerly known as Austin Kyoto Common Lisp) is a
-compiler and interpreter for Common Lisp. GCL is very portable and
-extremely efficient on a wide class of applications, and compares
-favorably in performance with commercial Lisps on several large
-theorem--prover and symbolic algebra systems. GCL supports the
+GNU Common Lisp (GCL, formerly known as Austin Kyoto Common Lisp) is a
+compiler and interpreter for Common Lisp. GCL is very portable and
+extremely efficient on a wide class of applications, and compares
+favorably in performance with commercial Lisps on several large
+theorem--prover and symbolic algebra systems. GCL supports the
CLtL1 specification.
EOF
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2  compilers/gforth/DETAILS
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
VERSION=0.7.0
SOURCE=${MODULE}-${VERSION}.tar.gz
SOURCE_URL=${GNU_URL}/${MODULE}/
- SOURCE_VFY=sha1:5bb357268cba683f2a8c63d2a4bcab8f41cb0086
+ SOURCE_VFY=sha1:5bb357268cba683f2a8c63d2a4bcab8f41cb0086
WEB_SITE=http://www.gnu.org/software/gforth/
ENTERED=20081019
UPDATED=20081110
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16 compilers/llvm/DETAILS
@@ -13,15 +13,15 @@
SHORT="Low Level Virtual Machine"
cat << EOF
-LLVM is a robust system, particularly well suited for developing new
-mid-level language-independent analyses and optimizations of all sorts,
-including those that require extensive interprocedural analysis. LLVM is
-also a great target for front-end development for conventional or research
-programming languages, including those which require compile-time,
-link-time, or run-time optimization for effective implementation, proper
+LLVM is a robust system, particularly well suited for developing new
+mid-level language-independent analyses and optimizations of all sorts,
+including those that require extensive interprocedural analysis. LLVM is
+also a great target for front-end development for conventional or research
+programming languages, including those which require compile-time,
+link-time, or run-time optimization for effective implementation, proper
tail calls or garbage collection.
-Clang is a compiler front-end for the C family of languages (C, C++,
-Objective-C, and Objective-C++) which can be built as a part of the
+Clang is a compiler front-end for the C family of languages (C, C++,
+Objective-C, and Objective-C++) which can be built as a part of the
LLVM compiler intrastructure project.
EOF
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2  compilers/nasm/DETAILS
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ cat << EOF
NASM is an 80x86 assembler designed for portability and modularity. It supports
a range of object file formats including Linux a.out and ELF, COFF, Microsoft
16-bit OBJ and Win32. It will also output plain binary files. Its syntax is
-designed to be simple and easy to understand, similar to Intel's but less
+designed to be simple and easy to understand, similar to Intel's but less
complex. It supports Pentium, P6, MMX, 3DNow! and SSE opcodes, and has macro
capability. It includes a disassembler as well. Now with full 64-bit
(x86-64/x64/AMD64/Intel 64) architecture and object file support.
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14 compilers/tcc/DETAILS
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@
SHORT="Tiny C compiler"
cat << EOF
-TinyCC (aka TCC) is a small but hyper fast C compiler. Unlike other
-C compilers, it is meant to be self-relying: you do not need an
+TinyCC (aka TCC) is a small but hyper fast C compiler. Unlike other
+C compilers, it is meant to be self-relying: you do not need an
external assembler or linker because TCC does that for you.
-TCC compiles so fast that even for big projects Makefiles may not
+TCC compiles so fast that even for big projects Makefiles may not
be necessary.
-TCC not only supports ANSI C, but also most of the new ISO C99
+TCC not only supports ANSI C, but also most of the new ISO C99
standard and many GNUC extensions including inline assembly.
-TCC can also be used to make C scripts, i.e. pieces of C source that
-you run as a Perl or Python script. Compilation is so fast that your
-script will be as fast as if it was an executable.
+TCC can also be used to make C scripts, i.e. pieces of C source that
+you run as a Perl or Python script. Compilation is so fast that your
+script will be as fast as if it was an executable.
EOF
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8 compilers/udis86/DETAILS
@@ -9,11 +9,11 @@
SHORT="minimalistic disassembler library"
cat << EOF
-Udis86 is an easy-to-use minimalistic disassembler library (libudis86) for the
-x86 and AMD64 (x86-64) range of instruction set architectures. The primary
-intent of the design and development of udis86 is to aid software development
+Udis86 is an easy-to-use minimalistic disassembler library (libudis86) for the
+x86 and AMD64 (x86-64) range of instruction set architectures. The primary
+intent of the design and development of udis86 is to aid software development
projects that entail binary code analysis.
- 1. Full support for the x86 and x86-64 (AMD64) range of instruction set
+ 1. Full support for the x86 and x86-64 (AMD64) range of instruction set
architectures.
2. Full support for all AMD-V, INTEL-VMX, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, FPU(x87), and
AMD 3Dnow! instructions.
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2  crypto/cryptoapi/DETAILS
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
SHORT="cryptoapi adds crypto modules to Linux."
cat << EOF
This is a repackaged distribution based on the international crypto
-patch for GNU/Linux, with the aim to improve adoption of this package
+patch for GNU/Linux, with the aim to improve adoption of this package
by not requiring to patch the kernel in order to be able to use the
cryptoapi and the loop encrytion.
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6 crypto/cyrus-sasl/DETAILS
@@ -20,8 +20,8 @@
PSAFE=no
cat << EOF
SASL is the Simple Authentication and Security Layer
-This is the Cyrus SASL API implentation. It can be used on the client
-or server side to provide authentication. See RFC 2222 for more
+This is the Cyrus SASL API implentation. It can be used on the client
+or server side to provide authentication. See RFC 2222 for more
information. The following mechanisms are included in this distribution:
* ANONYMOUS
* CRAM-MD5
@@ -31,5 +31,5 @@ information. The following mechanisms are included in this distribution:
* GSSAPI (MIT Kerberos 5 or Heimdal Kerberos 5)
* DIGEST-MD5
* LOGIN (unsupported)
- * SRP (unsupported, may not work)
+ * SRP (unsupported, may not work)
EOF
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6 crypto/gnutls/DETAILS
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
SHORT="A TLS library"
cat << EOF
-GnuTLS is a project that aims to develop a library which provides a
-secure layer, over a reliable transport layer. Currently the GnuTLS
-library implements the proposed standards by the IETF's TLS working
+GnuTLS is a project that aims to develop a library which provides a
+secure layer, over a reliable transport layer. Currently the GnuTLS
+library implements the proposed standards by the IETF's TLS working
group.
EOF
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4 crypto/john/DETAILS
@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@
cat << EOF
John the Ripper is a fast password cracker, currently available
-for many flavors of Unix (11 are officially supported, not
+for many flavors of Unix (11 are officially supported, not
counting different architectures), DOS, Win32, and BeOS. Its
-primary purpose is to detect weak Unix passwords, but a number
+primary purpose is to detect weak Unix passwords, but a number
of other hash types are supported as well.
EOF
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2  crypto/outguess/DETAILS
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
cat << EOF
OutGuess is a universal steganographic tool that allows the insertion
-of hidden information into the redundant bits of data sources.
+of hidden information into the redundant bits of data sources.
The nature of the data source is irrelevant to the core of OutGuess.
The program relies on data specific handlers that will extract
redundant bits and write them back after modification. In this version
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4 crypto/pycrypto/DETAILS
@@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ cat << EOF
The Toolkit is a collection of cryptographic algorithms and protocols,
implemented for use from Python. Among the contents of the package:
* Hash functions: MD2, MD4, RIPEMD.
- * Block encryption algorithms: AES, ARC2, Blowfish, CAST, DES,
+ * Block encryption algorithms: AES, ARC2, Blowfish, CAST, DES,
Triple-DES, IDEA, RC5.
* Stream encryption algorithms: ARC4, simple XOR.
* Public-key algorithms: RSA, DSA, ElGamal, qNEW.
* Protocols: All-or-nothing transforms, chaffing/winnowing.
- * Miscellaneous: RFC1751 module for converting 128-key keys into a
+ * Miscellaneous: RFC1751 module for converting 128-key keys into a
set of English words, primality testing.
EOF
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2  crypto/scramble/DETAILS
@@ -12,5 +12,5 @@ cat << EOF
Scramble is the command line tool used by the Xffm-filemanager to
encrypt/decrypt files upon user request. The application is also used to shred
files before deleting. Scramble is a file encryption command loosely based on
-the character rotation wheel of the enigma cypher.
+the character rotation wheel of the enigma cypher.
EOF
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4 crypto/stegdetect/DETAILS
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ detectable schemes are
- jphide (unix and windows),
- invisible secrets,
- and outguess 0.13b.
-OutGuess 0.2 can not be detected using these techniques. Stegbreak is
-used to launch dictionary attacks against JSteg-Shell, JPHide and
+OutGuess 0.2 can not be detected using these techniques. Stegbreak is
+used to launch dictionary attacks against JSteg-Shell, JPHide and
OutGuess 0.13b.
EOF
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4 crypto/steghide/DEPENDS
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-depends mhash
-depends libmcrypt
+depends mhash
+depends libmcrypt
depends %JPEG
depends zlib
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2  devel/SDLmm/DETAILS
@@ -11,5 +11,5 @@ cat << EOF
SDLmm is a C++ glue for SDL, or the Simple DirectMedia Layer,
which is a generic API that provides low level access to audio,
keyboard, mouse, joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL,
-and 2D framebuffer across multiple platforms.
+and 2D framebuffer across multiple platforms.
EOF