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+This overlay provides ebuilds for Chinese related programs.
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+Authors:
+Zhang Le<robert.zhangle@gmail.com>
+He Jian<hejian.he@gmail.com>
+Li Daibin<lidaibin@gmail.com>
+viruscamp@gmail.com
+Yu Yuwei<acevery@gmail.com>
+Hong Xidong aka. Hong Hao <oahong@gmail.com>
+Lan YiXun <dennis.yxun@gmail.com>
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+app-arch
+app-dicts
+app-editors
+app-emulation
+app-i18n
+app-misc
+app-portage
+app-text
+app-vim
+dev-db
+dev-libs
+dev-java
+dev-php
+dev-python
+dev-tex
+dev-texlive
+dev-util
+games-board
+games-misc
+gnome-base
+gnome-extra
+kde-misc
+media-fonts
+media-gfx
+media-libs
+media-plugins
+media-sound
+media-tv
+media-video
+net-analyzer
+net-firewall
+net-im
+net-nntp
+net-misc
+net-p2p
+net-wireless
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+sys-kernel
+x11-libs
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+# Hong Hao <oahong@gmail.com> (28 Dec 2010)
+# Use eapi 4, needs portage >=2.1.9.27
+~app-i18n/fcitx-9999
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+# bones7456 <bones7456@gmail.com> (09 Feb 2011)
+# Masked for removal in 30 days.
+# Portage app-portage/pfl already contain this program.
+# please install app-portage/pfl instead.
+app-portage/e-file
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+# scsi <scsichen@gmail.com> (16 Nov 2007)
+# can not be compile, need fix
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+# broken
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+# source URL broken
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+# Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/profiles/use.desc,v 1.369 2007/10/20 14:26:00 drac Exp $
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+# Keep them sorted
+
+3dfx - Enable support for Voodoo chipsets, also called as 3DFX and TDFX
+3dnow - Adds support for 3dnow multimedia processor instructions
+X - Adds support for X11
+Xaw3d - Adds support of the 3d athena widget set
+a52 - Enables support for decoding ATSC A/52 streams used in DVD
+aac - Enables support for MPEG-4 AAC Audio
+aalib - Adds support for media-libs/aalib (ASCII-Graphics Library)
+accessibility - Adds support for accessibility (eg 'at-spi' library)
+acl - Adds support for Access Control Lists
+acpi - Adds support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
+adabas - Adds support for the Adabas database engine
+adns - Adds support for the adns DNS client library
+afs - Adds OpenAFS support (distributed file system)
+aim - Enable AIM IM protocol support
+alsa - Adds support for media-libs/alsa-lib (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)
+altivec - Adds support for optimizations for G4 and G5/ppc970 processors
+ao - Use libao audio output library for sound playback
+apache2 - Add Apache2 support
+apm - Adds APM (Advanced Power Management) support
+arts - Adds support for aRts: the KDE sound daemon
+audiofile - Adds support for libaudiofile where applicable
+avahi - Add avahi/Zeroconf support
+bash-completion - Enable bash-completion support
+bcmath - Adds support for libbcmath
+berkdb - Adds support for sys-libs/db (Berkeley DB for MySQL)
+bidi - Enables bidirectional language support
+bindist - Flag to enable or disable options for prebuilt (GRP) packages (eg. due to licensing issues)
+birdstep - Adds support for the Birdstep Database Server
+blas - Adds support for the virtual/blas numerical library
+bluetooth - Enables Bluetooth Support
+bonobo - Adds support for gnome-base/bonobo (Gnome CORBA interfaces)
+bootstrap - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used during original system bootstrapping [make stage2]
+boundschecking - Adds the bounds checking patch by Haj Ten Brugge, this will DISABLE the hardened PIE+SSP patches
+build - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used for creating build images and the first half of bootstrapping [make stage1]
+bzip2 - Use the bzlib compression library
+cairo - Enable support for the cairo graphics library
+calendar - Adds support for calendars (not using mcal!)
+canna - Adds support for the Canna kana to kanji conversion engine
+caps - Use Linux capabilities library to control privileges.
+cdb - Adds support for the CDB database engine from the author of qmail
+cddb - Access cddb servers to retrieve and submit information about compact disks
+cdinstall - Copies files from the CD rather than asking the user to copy them, mostly used with games
+cdparanoia - Enables cdparanoia (audio CD ripper) support
+cdr - Adds support for CD writer hardware
+chasen - Enable chasen (Japanese Morphological Analysis System) support
+cjk - Adds support for Multi-byte character languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
+clamav - Adds support for Clam AntiVirus software (usually with a plugin)
+cracklib - Support for cracklib strong password checking
+crypt - Add support for encryption -- using mcrypt or gpg where applicable
+cscope - Enables cscope interface -- in vim for example
+ctype - Enables ctype functions
+cups - Add support for CUPS (Common Unix Printing System)
+curl - Adds support for client-side URL transfer library
+curlwrappers - Adds support for using curl in streams
+db2 - Enables support for IBM DB2 database server
+dbase - Adds support for dbase file format
+dbm - Adds support for generic DBM databases.
+dbmaker - Adds support for dbmaker database server
+dbus - Enable dbus support for anything that needs it (gpsd, gnomemeeting, etc)
+dbx - Adds database abstraction layer
+debug - Enable extra debug codepaths, like asserts and extra output. If you want to get meaningful backtraces see http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/qa/backtraces.xml .
+dedicated - Adds support for dedicated game servers (some packages do not provide clients and servers at the same time)
+dga - Adds DGA (Direct Graphic Access) support for X
+directfb - Adds support for DirectFB layer (library for FB devices)
+doc - Adds extra documentation (API, Javadoc, etc)
+dri - Enable direct rendering: used for accelerated 3D and some 2D, like DMA
+dts - Enables DTS Coherent Acoustics decoder support
+dv - Enables support for a codec used by many camcorders
+dvb - Adds support for DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting)
+dvd - Adds support for DVDs
+dvdr - Adds support for DVD writer hardware (e.g. in xcdroast)
+dvdread - Enables usage of Ogle's libdvdread for DVD playback
+eds - Enables support for Evolution-Data-Server (EDS)
+emacs - Adds support for GNU Emacs
+emboss - Adds support for the European Molecular Biology Open Software Suite
+empress - Adds support for the Empress database server
+empress-bcs - Adds local access support for the Empress database server
+encode - Adds support for encoding of audio or video files
+esd - Adds support for media-sound/esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon)
+esoob - Adds support for Easysoft OOD database
+ev6 - Assume Alpha processor is EV6 or better
+evo - Adds support for evolution
+examples - Install example source code
+exif - Adds support for reading EXIF headers from JPEG and TIFF images
+expat - Enable the use of dev-libs/expat
+fam - Enable FAM (File Alteration Monitor) support
+fastcgi - Add support for the FastCGI interface
+fbcon - Adds framebuffer support for the console, via the kernel
+ffmpeg - Enable ffmpeg support
+fftw - Use FFTW library for computing Fourier transforms
+filepro - Adds support for filePro databases
+firebird - Adds support for the Firebird relational database
+firefox - Build against Firefox instead of Seamonkey/Mozilla
+flac - Adds support for the flac audio codec
+flatfile - Adds dbm support for flat files
+fltk - Adds support for the Fast Light Toolkit gui interface
+foomaticdb - Adds support for the foomatic printing driver database
+fortran - Adds support for fortran (formerly f77)
+freetds - Adds support for the TDS protocol to connect to MSSQL/Sybase databases
+freewnn - Adds support for FreeWnn kana to kanji conversion engine
+frontbase - Adds support for the frontbase sql server
+ftp - Adds FTP (File Transfer Protocol) support
+gb - Adds support for Gnome Basic to gnumeric
+gcj - Enable building with gcj (The GNU Compiler for the Javatm Programming Language)
+gd - Adds support for media-libs/gd (to generate graphics on the fly)
+gd-external - Use the external version of gd rather than the bundled one (possibly dangerous)
+gdbm - Adds support for sys-libs/gdbm (GNU database libraries)
+geoip - Add geoip support
+ggi - Adds support for media-libs/libggi (non-X video api/drivers)
+gif - Adds GIF image support
+ginac - Adds sci-mathematics/ginac (symbolic math) support
+glut - Build an OpenGL plugin using the GLUT library
+gmp - Adds support for dev-libs/gmp (GNU MP library)
+gnome - Adds GNOME support
+gnustep - Adds integration with GNUstep environment
+gnutls - Adds support for net-libs/gnutls
+gphoto2 - Adds digital camera support
+gpm - Adds support for sys-libs/gpm (Console-based mouse driver)
+gps - Adds support for Global Positioning System
+graphviz - Adds support for the Graphviz library
+gsl - Use the GNU scientific library for calculations
+gstreamer - Adds support for media-libs/gstreamer (Streaming media)
+gtk - Adds support for x11-libs/gtk+ (The GIMP Toolkit)
+gtkhtml - Adds support for gnome-extra/gtkhtml
+guile - Adds support for the guile Scheme interpreter
+hal - Enable Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) support
+hardened - activate default security enhancements for toolchain (gcc, glibc, binutils)
+howl - Enable howl support, enables DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD)
+hyperwave-api - Adds support for Hyperwave document storage system
+ibm - Add support for IBM ppc64 specific systems
+icc - Add support for the Intel C++ Compiler (does _not_ set $CC)
+iconv - Enable support for the iconv character set conversion library
+icq - Enable ICQ IM protocol support
+idn - Enable support for Internationalized Domain Names
+ieee1394 - Enable FireWire/iLink IEEE1394 support (dv, camera, ...)
+ifc - use ifc instead of g77 to build
+imagemagick - Enables support for Imagemagick (image converter)
+imap - Adds support for IMAP (Internet Mail Application Protocol)
+imlib - Adds support for imlib, an image loading and rendering library
+immqt-bc - Enable binary compatible version of immodule for x11-libs/qt
+immqt - Enable immodule for x11-libs/qt support
+informix - Adds support for Informix database
+inifile - Adds dbm support for .ini files
+innodb - Adds innodb support for mySQL (transaction support)
+interbase - Adds support for Interbase database
+iodbc - Adds support for iODBC library
+ipod - Enable support for iPod device access
+ipv6 - Adds support for IP version 6
+jabber - Enable jabber IM protocol support
+jack - Adds support for the JACK Audio Connection Kit
+java - Adds support for Java
+javascript - Enables javascript support
+jbig - enables jbig-kit support for tiff, Hylafax, ImageMagick, etc
+jikes - Compile Java source code with jikes (faster)
+joystick - Add support for joysticks in all packages
+jpeg - Adds JPEG image support
+jpeg2k - Support for JPEG 2000, a wavelet-based image compression format.
+junit - Adds junit awareness -- useful for developers.
+kde - Adds support for kde-base/kde (K Desktop Enviroment)
+kdeenablefinal - EXPERIMENTAL: KDE ebuilds will use the enable-final flag, yielding compilation speedups at the cost of heavy mem usage and potentially causing problems. We strongly discourage setting this.
+kdehiddenvisibility - Makes KDE symbols hidden by default, requires GCC 4.1 (experimental)
+kdexdeltas - Makes kde ebuilds download binary diffs rather than entire new tarballs for every new release
+kerberos - Adds kerberos support
+krb4 - Adds optional kerberos 4 compatibility support
+ladcca - Adds Linux Audio Developer's Configuration and Connection API support (LADCCA) - DEPRECATED, will be replaced by lash
+ladspa - Enables the ability to support ladspa plugins
+lame - Prefer using LAME libraries for MP3 encoding support
+lapack - Adds support for the virtual/lapack numerical library
+lash - Adds LASH Audio Session Handler support
+lcms - Adds lcms support (color management engine)
+ldap - Adds LDAP support (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
+leim - Adds input methods support to Emacs
+lesstif - Use lesstif over openmotif in cases where a program supports both
+libcaca - Add support for colored ASCII-art graphics
+libedit - Use the libedit library (replacement for readline)
+libgda - Adds GNOME Data Access support
+libnotify - Enable notification support
+libsamplerate - Build with support for converting sample rates using libsamplerate
+libwww - Adds libwww support (General purpose WEB API)
+lirc - Adds support for lirc (Linux's Infra-Red Remote Control)
+livecd - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used during livecd building.
+lm_sensors - Adds linux lm_sensors (hardware sensors) support
+lua - Enable Lua scripting support
+m17n-lib - Enable m17n-lib support
+mad - Adds support for mad (high-quality mp3 decoder library and cli frontend)
+maildir - Adds support for maildir (~/.maildir) style mail spools
+mailwrapper - Adds mailwrapper support to allow multiple MTAs to be installed
+matroska - Adds support for the matroska container format
+matrox - Adds Matrox MGA support to mplayer
+mbox - Adds support for mbox (/var/spool/mail) style mail spools
+mcal - Adds support for MCAL calendar system
+mcve - Support for the MCVE credit card payment system
+memlimit - Adds memory usage limiting in supporting programs
+mhash - Adds support for the mhash library
+migemo - Enables migemo support for Japanese
+mikmod - Adds libmikmod support to allow playing of SoundTracker-style music files
+milter - Adds sendmail mail filter (milter) support
+mime - Adds MIME support
+minimal - Install a very minimal build (disables, for example, plugins, fonts, most drivers, non-critical features)
+mmap - Adds mmap (memory map) support
+mmx - Adds support for optimizations for Pentium MMX and Athlon class processors
+mng - Adds support for libmng (MNG images)
+mnogosearch - Adds support for the mnoGoSearch search engine
+mono - Build Mono bindings to support dotnet type stuff
+motif - Adds motif support (x11-libs/openmotif x11-libs/lesstif)
+mozilla - Adds support for the Mozilla web-browser
+mp3 - Add support for reading mp3 files
+mpeg - Adds libmpeg3 support to various packages.
+mpi - Adds MPI (Message Passing Interface) layer to the apps that support it.
+mplayer - Enable mplayer support for playback or encoding
+msn - Enable MSN Messenger IM protocol support
+msql - Adds support for the MSQL database server
+mssql - Adds support for Microsoft SQL Server database
+mule - Adds multi-language support to XEmacs
+multilib - On 64bit systems, if you want to be able to compile 32bit and 64bit binaries
+musepack - Enable support for the musepack audio codec
+musicbrainz - Lookup audio metadata using MusicBrainz community service (musicbrainz.org)
+mysql - Adds mySQL Database support
+mysqli - Adds support for the improved mySQL libraries
+nas - Adds support for network audio sound
+ncurses - Adds ncurses support (console display library)
+neXt - Enable neXt toolkit
+netboot - Enables network booting
+netcdf - Enable NetCDF data format support
+nis - Support for NIS/YP services
+nls - Adds Native Language Support (using gettext - GNU locale utilities)
+nntp - Add support for newsgroups (Network News Transfer Protocol)
+nocd - Install all files required to run the application without a CD mounted
+nocxx - Disable support for C++ (DON'T USE THIS UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING)
+nptl - Enable support for Native POSIX Threads Library, the new threading module (requires linux-2.6 or better usually)
+nsplugin - Builds plugins for Netscape compatible browsers
+ocaml - Adds support/bindings for the Ocaml language
+oci8 - Adds Oracle 8 Database Support
+odbc - Adds ODBC Support (Open DataBase Connectivity)
+offensive - Enables potentially offensive items in packages
+ofx - Enable support for importing (and exporting) OFX (Open Financial eXchange) data files
+ogg - Adds support for the Ogg container format (commonly used by Vorbis, Theora and flac)
+old-linux - Add support for linux-2.4 and older
+openal - Adds support for the Open Audio Library
+openexr - Support for the OpenEXR graphics file format
+opengl - Adds support for OpenGL (3D graphics)
+oracle - Enable Oracle Database support
+oracle7 - Adds support for the Oracle 7 Database
+osc - Enables support for Open Sound Control
+oscar - Enable Oscar (AIM/ICQ) IM protocol support
+oss - Adds support for OSS (Open Sound System)
+ovrimos - Adds support for the Ovrimos Database engine
+pam - Adds support PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) - DANGEROUS to arbitrarily flip
+pcmcia - Adds support for PCMCIA slots/devices found on laptop computers
+pcntl - Adds support for process creation functions
+pcre - Adds support for Perl Compatible Regular Expressions
+pda - Adds support for portable devices.
+pdf - Adds general support for PDF (Portable Document Format), this replaces the pdflib and cpdflib flags
+perl - Adds support/bindings for the Perl language.
+pfpro - Adds support for Verisign Payflow Pro
+php - Include support for php
+pic - Build Position Independent Code. Do not utilize this flag unless you know what you're doing.
+plotutils - Adds plotutils support to gnuplot (library for 2-D vector graphics)
+png - Adds support for libpng (PNG images)
+portaudio - Adds support for the crossplatform portaudio audio API
+posix - Adds support for POSIX-compatible functions
+postgres - Adds support for the postgresql database
+ppds - Adds support for automatically generated ppd (printing driver) files
+prelude - Adds support/bindings for the Prelude Intrusion Detection System
+profile - Adds profile support to builds of packages (will likely vary from ebuild to ebuild in support)
+pulseaudio - Adds support for PulseAudio sound server
+python - Adds support/bindings for the Python language
+qdbm - Adds support for the qdbm (Quick Database Manager) library
+qt3 - Adds support for the Qt GUI/Application Toolkit version 3.x
+qt4 - Adds support for the Qt GUI/Application Toolkit version 4.x
+quicktime - Adds support for OpenQuickTime
+radius - Adds support for RADIUS authentication
+rdesktop - Adds support for the remote desktop protocol, usually used to connect to Windows servers
+readline - Enables support for libreadline, a GNU line-editing library that almost everyone wants
+recode - Enables support for the GNU recode library
+ruby - Adds support/bindings for the Ruby language
+samba - Adds support for SAMBA (Windows File and Printer sharing)
+sapdb - Adds support for SAP DB
+sasl - Adds support for the Simple Authentication and Security Layer
+savedconfig - Use this to restore your config from /etc/portage/savedconfig ${CATEGORY}/${PN}. Make sure you USE flags allow for approprate dependencies
+scanner - Adds support for scanner hardware (e.g. build the sane frontend in kdegraphics)
+sdl - Adds support for Simple Direct Layer (media library)
+seamonkey - Adds support for the Seamonkey web-browser
+selinux - !!internal use only!! Security Enhanced Linux support, this must be set by the selinux profile or breakage will occur
+session - Adds persistent session support
+sharedext - Adds support for building shared extensions in php
+sharedmem - Adds support for shared memory use
+shorten - Adds support for the shorten audio compressor
+simplexml - support for simplexml
+skey - Enable S/Key (Single use password) authentication support
+slang - Adds support for the slang text display library (it's like ncurses, but different)
+slp - Adds Service Locator Protocol support
+smartcard - Enables smartcard support
+sndfile - Adds support for libsndfile
+snmp - Adds support for the Simple Network Management Protocol if available
+soap - Adds support for SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
+sockets - Adds support for tcp/ip sockets
+socks5 - Adds support for the socks5 proxy
+solid - Adds support for the Solid database engine
+source - Zip the sources and install them
+sox - Adds support for Sound eXchange (SoX)
+speex - Adds support for the speex audio codec
+spell - Adds dictionary support
+spl - Adds support for the Standard PHP Library
+sqlite - Adds support for sqlite - embedded sql database
+sqlite3 - Adds support for sqlite3 - embedded sql database
+sse - fast floating point optimization for PentiumIII+ class chips
+sse2 - faster floating point optimization for SSE2 capable chips
+ssl - Adds support for Secure Socket Layer connections
+startup-notification - Enable application startup event feedback mechanism
+static - !!do not set this during bootstrap!! Causes binaries to be statically linked instead of dynamically
+svg - Adds support for SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG ). This option is mainly intended for users that tend to browse multimedia sites frequently.
+svga - Adds support for SVGAlib (graphics library)
+sybase - Adds support for the Sybase SQL Database Server
+sybase-ct - Adds support for Sybase-CT
+symlink - Force kernel ebuilds to automatically update the /usr/src/linux symlink.
+syslog - Enables support for syslog
+sysvipc - Support for System V-compatible inter-process communication
+szip - Use the szip compression library
+tcl - Adds support the Tcl language
+tcpd - Adds support for TCP wrappers
+test - Workaround to pull in packages needed to run with FEATURES=test. Portage-2.1.2 handles this internally, so don't set it in make.conf/package.use anymore.
+tetex - Adds support for teTeX (typesetting package)
+theora - Adds support for the Theora Video Compression Codec
+threads - Adds threads support for various packages. Usually pthreads
+tidy - Adds support for HTML Tidy
+tiff - Adds support for the tiff image format
+tk - Adds support for Tk GUI toolkit
+tokenizer - Adds support for the PHP file parser
+truetype - Adds support for FreeType and/or FreeType2 fonts
+uclibc - Enable uclibc specific patches and build or link uclibc
+unicode - Adds support for Unicode
+usb - Adds USB support to applications that have optional USB support (e.g. cups)
+v4l - Enables video4linux support
+vanilla - Do not add extra patches which change default behaviour; DO NOT USE THIS ON A GLOBAL SCALE as the severity of the meaning changes drastically
+vcd - Video CD support
+verbose - effects vary across packages; generally used to enable extra informational output during a build or at runtime
+vhosts - Adds support for installing web-based applications into a virtual-hosting environment
+videos - Install optional video files (used in some games)
+vim-syntax - Pulls in related vim syntax scripts.
+voodoo3 - Adds support for 3Dfx's Voodoo3 video chipset, else defaults to Voodoo4/5 support if not in USE.
+vorbis - Adds support for the OggVorbis audio codec
+wddx - Adds support for Web Distributed Data eXchange
+wifi - Enable wireless network functions
+win32codecs - use win32codecs package for dll avi decoding support (wmv and what not)
+wmf - Adds support for the wmf vector image format
+wxwindows - Adds support for wxWidgets/wxGTK GUI toolkit
+x264 - Enable h264 encoding using x264
+xattr - Adds support for extended attributes (filesystem-stored metadata)
+xcomposite - Enable support for the Xorg composite extension
+xface - Adds xface support used to allow a small image of xface format to be included in an email via the header 'X-Face'.
+xine - Add support for the XINE movie libraries
+xinerama - Add support for the xinerama X11 extension, which allows you to stretch your display across multiple monitors
+xinetd - Add support for the xinetd super-server
+xml - Add support for XML files
+xmlrpc - Support for xml-rpc library
+xosd - Sends display using the X On Screen Display library
+xpm - Adds support for XPM graphics format
+xprint - Support for xprint, http://www.mozilla.org/projects/xprint/
+xscreensaver - Adds support for XScreenSaver extension.
+xsl - Check/Support flag for XSL library (version 1)
+xulrunner - Build native browser integration against xulrunner instead of firefox or seamonkey.
+xv - Adds in optional support for the Xvideo extension (an X API for video playback)
+xvid - Adds support for xvid.org's open-source mpeg-4 codec
+yahoo - Enable Yahoo Messenger IM protocol support
+yaz - Adds in optional support for the Z39.50 Protocol for Information Retrieval (YAZ)
+zh_TW - add GOT's chinese patch
+zlib - Adds support for zlib (de)compression
83 profiles/.svn/text-base/use.local.desc.svn-base
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+# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation.
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Header: $
+# This file contains descriptions of local USE flags, and the ebuilds which
+# contain them.
+# Keep it sorted (use "LC_ALL=C sort -t: -k1,1 -k2 | LC_ALL=C sort -s -t/ -k1,1")
+# Declaring the locale for the sort is critical to avoid flapping.
+###########
+## NOTICE!!
+###########
+# This file is deprecated as per GLEP 56 in favor of metadata.xml. Please add
+# your descriptions to your package's metadata.xml ONLY.
+# use.local.desc is now generated automatically, and manual editing of it is
+# disallowed.
+# Test for commit block
+
+app-admin/eselect-xim:scim - add scim support
+app-admin/eselect-xim:gcin - add gcin support
+app-admin/eselect-xim:oxim - add oxim support
+
+
+app-antivirus/bitdefender-scanner:gtk - Enable the graphical user interface based on x11-libs/gtk+
+
+app-i18n/gcin:filter-nobopomofo - support nobopomofo plugin
+app-i18n/gcin:chinese-sound - support chinese sound
+
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:cangjie3 - Build CangJie3 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:cangjie5 - Build CangJie5 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:quick3 - Build Quick3 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:quick5 - Build Quick5 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-erbi:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:wubi86 - Build Wubi86 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:wubi98 - Build Wubi98 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-zhengma:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/sunpinyin:ibus - Enable support for app-i18n/ibus input method
+app-i18n/sunpinyin:xim - Enable support for XIM
+app-text/stardict:espeak - Enables text to speech engine app-accessibility/espeak
+app-text/stardict:festival - Enables text to speech engine app-accessibility/festival
+app-text/stardict:gnome - Enables gnome-base/gnome support
+app-text/stardict:gucharmap - Enables gnome-extra/gucharmap plugin
+app-text/stardict:spell - Enables spell checking capability using app-text/enchant
+app-text/texlive-core:xetex - Use TeXLive packed XeTeX
+gnome-base/nautilus:beagle - Enables support for searching using the Beagle (app-misc/beagle) desktop search tool
+gnome-base/nautilus:elementary - Use the branch modified by the elementary project
+gnome-base/nautilus:mod - Use the nautilus-mod
+gnome-base/nautilus:tracker - Enables support for searching using the Tracker (app-misc/tracker) search tool
+media-libs/fontconfig:ubuntu - Enable the lcd patch from Ubuntu
+media-libs/freetype:cleartype - Enable subpixel patch
+media-libs/freetype:fontforge - Install internal headers required for truetype debugger in media-gfx/fontforge (built with USE=fontforge-debugger)
+media-libs/freetype:ubuntu - Enable the lcd patch from Ubuntu
+media-libs/freetype:utils - Install utilities and examples from ft2demos
+media-plugins/osd-lyrics:mpd - Enable support for MPD
+media-plugins/osd-lyrics:xmms2 - Enable support for XMMS2
+media-tv/gmlive:extra - Enable support for PPLive and PPS IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive:sopcast - Enable support for media-tv/sopcast
+media-tv/gmlive:totem - Enable totem plugin support
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:pplive - Enable support for PPLive P2P IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:pps - Enable support for PPS P2P IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:sopcast - Enable support for SopCast P2P IPTV
+net-firewall/west-chamber:ipset - Kernel module for IP set management
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_cui - The CUI target sends obfuscating packets upon incoming SYN to make the connection invisible to third-party intrusion detection.
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_gfw - The gfw match allows to match on gfw packet fingerprints.
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_zhang - The CUI target sends obfuscating packets upon incoming SYN to make the connection invisible to third-party intrusion detection.
+net-misc/gemanx:imageview - enable external image viewer
+net-misc/gemanx:iplookup - enable IP location lookup for Simplified Chinese users. Need qqwry.dat
+net-misc/xmuruijie:firewall - Add support for iptables firewall
+net-p2p/amule:daemon - Enable amule daemon
+net-p2p/amule:dlp - Enable Dynamic Leecher Protection
+net-p2p/amule:remote - Enable remote controlling of the client
+net-p2p/amule:stats - Enable statistic reporting
+net-p2p/amule:upnp - Enables support for Intel UPnP stack.
+x11-libs/cairo:cleartype - Enable subpixel patch
+x11-libs/cairo:glitz - Build with glitz support, which replaces some software render operations with Mesa OpenGL operations
+x11-libs/cairo:newspr - Enable Freetype subpixel font rendering
+x11-libs/cairo:ubuntu - Enable lcd rendering patches from Ubuntu
+x11-libs/libXft:cleartype - Enable Freetype subpixel font rendering
+x11-libs/libXft:ubuntu - Use Freetype subpixel rendering patch from Ubuntu
+x11-libs/qt:immqt - Enable binary incompatible version of immodule for Qt
+x11-libs/qt:immqt-bc - Enable binary compatible version of immodule for Qt
+x11-libs/qt:zh_TW - add GOT's chinese patch
+x11-misc/notification-daemon:notify-osd - Hack to support notify-osd
+x11-misc/qterm:phonon - Enable support for the Phonon multimedia package
45 profiles/categories
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+app-admin
+app-antivirus
+app-arch
+app-dicts
+app-editors
+app-emulation
+app-i18n
+app-misc
+app-portage
+app-text
+app-vim
+dev-db
+dev-libs
+dev-java
+dev-php
+dev-python
+dev-tex
+dev-texlive
+dev-util
+games-board
+games-misc
+gnome-base
+gnome-extra
+kde-misc
+media-fonts
+media-gfx
+media-libs
+media-plugins
+media-sound
+media-tv
+media-video
+net-analyzer
+net-firewall
+net-im
+net-nntp
+net-misc
+net-p2p
+net-wireless
+sys-devel
+sys-kernel
+x11-libs
+x11-misc
+x11-plugins
+x11-terms
+x11-themes
25 profiles/package.mask
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+# Hong Hao <oahong@gmail.com> (28 Dec 2010)
+# Use eapi 4, needs portage >=2.1.9.27
+~app-i18n/fcitx-9999
+
+# bones7456 <bones7456@gmail.com> (09 Feb 2011)
+# Masked for removal in 30 days.
+# Portage app-portage/pfl already contain this program.
+# please install app-portage/pfl instead.
+app-portage/e-file
+
+
+
+# scsi <scsichen@gmail.com> (16 Nov 2007)
+# can not be compile, need fix
+=gnome-extra/drwright-0.18
+
+# scsi <scsichen@gmail.com> (01 Nov 2007)
+# broken
+=app-dicts/gnetdict-0.2.5.1
+
+# scsi <scsichen@gmail.com> (01 Nov 2007)
+# source URL broken
+<=x11-misc/xim-select-0.0.3
+
+
1 profiles/repo_name
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+gentoo-china
374 profiles/use.desc
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+# Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/profiles/use.desc,v 1.369 2007/10/20 14:26:00 drac Exp $
+
+# Keep them sorted
+
+3dfx - Enable support for Voodoo chipsets, also called as 3DFX and TDFX
+3dnow - Adds support for 3dnow multimedia processor instructions
+X - Adds support for X11
+Xaw3d - Adds support of the 3d athena widget set
+a52 - Enables support for decoding ATSC A/52 streams used in DVD
+aac - Enables support for MPEG-4 AAC Audio
+aalib - Adds support for media-libs/aalib (ASCII-Graphics Library)
+accessibility - Adds support for accessibility (eg 'at-spi' library)
+acl - Adds support for Access Control Lists
+acpi - Adds support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
+adabas - Adds support for the Adabas database engine
+adns - Adds support for the adns DNS client library
+afs - Adds OpenAFS support (distributed file system)
+aim - Enable AIM IM protocol support
+alsa - Adds support for media-libs/alsa-lib (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)
+altivec - Adds support for optimizations for G4 and G5/ppc970 processors
+ao - Use libao audio output library for sound playback
+apache2 - Add Apache2 support
+apm - Adds APM (Advanced Power Management) support
+arts - Adds support for aRts: the KDE sound daemon
+audiofile - Adds support for libaudiofile where applicable
+avahi - Add avahi/Zeroconf support
+bash-completion - Enable bash-completion support
+bcmath - Adds support for libbcmath
+berkdb - Adds support for sys-libs/db (Berkeley DB for MySQL)
+bidi - Enables bidirectional language support
+bindist - Flag to enable or disable options for prebuilt (GRP) packages (eg. due to licensing issues)
+birdstep - Adds support for the Birdstep Database Server
+blas - Adds support for the virtual/blas numerical library
+bluetooth - Enables Bluetooth Support
+bonobo - Adds support for gnome-base/bonobo (Gnome CORBA interfaces)
+bootstrap - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used during original system bootstrapping [make stage2]
+boundschecking - Adds the bounds checking patch by Haj Ten Brugge, this will DISABLE the hardened PIE+SSP patches
+build - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used for creating build images and the first half of bootstrapping [make stage1]
+bzip2 - Use the bzlib compression library
+cairo - Enable support for the cairo graphics library
+calendar - Adds support for calendars (not using mcal!)
+canna - Adds support for the Canna kana to kanji conversion engine
+caps - Use Linux capabilities library to control privileges.
+cdb - Adds support for the CDB database engine from the author of qmail
+cddb - Access cddb servers to retrieve and submit information about compact disks
+cdinstall - Copies files from the CD rather than asking the user to copy them, mostly used with games
+cdparanoia - Enables cdparanoia (audio CD ripper) support
+cdr - Adds support for CD writer hardware
+chasen - Enable chasen (Japanese Morphological Analysis System) support
+cjk - Adds support for Multi-byte character languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
+clamav - Adds support for Clam AntiVirus software (usually with a plugin)
+cracklib - Support for cracklib strong password checking
+crypt - Add support for encryption -- using mcrypt or gpg where applicable
+cscope - Enables cscope interface -- in vim for example
+ctype - Enables ctype functions
+cups - Add support for CUPS (Common Unix Printing System)
+curl - Adds support for client-side URL transfer library
+curlwrappers - Adds support for using curl in streams
+db2 - Enables support for IBM DB2 database server
+dbase - Adds support for dbase file format
+dbm - Adds support for generic DBM databases.
+dbmaker - Adds support for dbmaker database server
+dbus - Enable dbus support for anything that needs it (gpsd, gnomemeeting, etc)
+dbx - Adds database abstraction layer
+debug - Enable extra debug codepaths, like asserts and extra output. If you want to get meaningful backtraces see http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/qa/backtraces.xml .
+dedicated - Adds support for dedicated game servers (some packages do not provide clients and servers at the same time)
+dga - Adds DGA (Direct Graphic Access) support for X
+directfb - Adds support for DirectFB layer (library for FB devices)
+doc - Adds extra documentation (API, Javadoc, etc)
+dri - Enable direct rendering: used for accelerated 3D and some 2D, like DMA
+dts - Enables DTS Coherent Acoustics decoder support
+dv - Enables support for a codec used by many camcorders
+dvb - Adds support for DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting)
+dvd - Adds support for DVDs
+dvdr - Adds support for DVD writer hardware (e.g. in xcdroast)
+dvdread - Enables usage of Ogle's libdvdread for DVD playback
+eds - Enables support for Evolution-Data-Server (EDS)
+emacs - Adds support for GNU Emacs
+emboss - Adds support for the European Molecular Biology Open Software Suite
+empress - Adds support for the Empress database server
+empress-bcs - Adds local access support for the Empress database server
+encode - Adds support for encoding of audio or video files
+esd - Adds support for media-sound/esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon)
+esoob - Adds support for Easysoft OOD database
+ev6 - Assume Alpha processor is EV6 or better
+evo - Adds support for evolution
+examples - Install example source code
+exif - Adds support for reading EXIF headers from JPEG and TIFF images
+expat - Enable the use of dev-libs/expat
+fam - Enable FAM (File Alteration Monitor) support
+fastcgi - Add support for the FastCGI interface
+fbcon - Adds framebuffer support for the console, via the kernel
+ffmpeg - Enable ffmpeg support
+fftw - Use FFTW library for computing Fourier transforms
+filepro - Adds support for filePro databases
+firebird - Adds support for the Firebird relational database
+firefox - Build against Firefox instead of Seamonkey/Mozilla
+flac - Adds support for the flac audio codec
+flatfile - Adds dbm support for flat files
+fltk - Adds support for the Fast Light Toolkit gui interface
+foomaticdb - Adds support for the foomatic printing driver database
+fortran - Adds support for fortran (formerly f77)
+freetds - Adds support for the TDS protocol to connect to MSSQL/Sybase databases
+freewnn - Adds support for FreeWnn kana to kanji conversion engine
+frontbase - Adds support for the frontbase sql server
+ftp - Adds FTP (File Transfer Protocol) support
+gb - Adds support for Gnome Basic to gnumeric
+gcj - Enable building with gcj (The GNU Compiler for the Javatm Programming Language)
+gd - Adds support for media-libs/gd (to generate graphics on the fly)
+gd-external - Use the external version of gd rather than the bundled one (possibly dangerous)
+gdbm - Adds support for sys-libs/gdbm (GNU database libraries)
+geoip - Add geoip support
+ggi - Adds support for media-libs/libggi (non-X video api/drivers)
+gif - Adds GIF image support
+ginac - Adds sci-mathematics/ginac (symbolic math) support
+glut - Build an OpenGL plugin using the GLUT library
+gmp - Adds support for dev-libs/gmp (GNU MP library)
+gnome - Adds GNOME support
+gnustep - Adds integration with GNUstep environment
+gnutls - Adds support for net-libs/gnutls
+gphoto2 - Adds digital camera support
+gpm - Adds support for sys-libs/gpm (Console-based mouse driver)
+gps - Adds support for Global Positioning System
+graphviz - Adds support for the Graphviz library
+gsl - Use the GNU scientific library for calculations
+gstreamer - Adds support for media-libs/gstreamer (Streaming media)
+gtk - Adds support for x11-libs/gtk+ (The GIMP Toolkit)
+gtkhtml - Adds support for gnome-extra/gtkhtml
+guile - Adds support for the guile Scheme interpreter
+hal - Enable Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) support
+hardened - activate default security enhancements for toolchain (gcc, glibc, binutils)
+howl - Enable howl support, enables DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD)
+hyperwave-api - Adds support for Hyperwave document storage system
+ibm - Add support for IBM ppc64 specific systems
+icc - Add support for the Intel C++ Compiler (does _not_ set $CC)
+iconv - Enable support for the iconv character set conversion library
+icq - Enable ICQ IM protocol support
+idn - Enable support for Internationalized Domain Names
+ieee1394 - Enable FireWire/iLink IEEE1394 support (dv, camera, ...)
+ifc - use ifc instead of g77 to build
+imagemagick - Enables support for Imagemagick (image converter)
+imap - Adds support for IMAP (Internet Mail Application Protocol)
+imlib - Adds support for imlib, an image loading and rendering library
+immqt-bc - Enable binary compatible version of immodule for x11-libs/qt
+immqt - Enable immodule for x11-libs/qt support
+informix - Adds support for Informix database
+inifile - Adds dbm support for .ini files
+innodb - Adds innodb support for mySQL (transaction support)
+interbase - Adds support for Interbase database
+iodbc - Adds support for iODBC library
+ipod - Enable support for iPod device access
+ipv6 - Adds support for IP version 6
+jabber - Enable jabber IM protocol support
+jack - Adds support for the JACK Audio Connection Kit
+java - Adds support for Java
+javascript - Enables javascript support
+jbig - enables jbig-kit support for tiff, Hylafax, ImageMagick, etc
+jikes - Compile Java source code with jikes (faster)
+joystick - Add support for joysticks in all packages
+jpeg - Adds JPEG image support
+jpeg2k - Support for JPEG 2000, a wavelet-based image compression format.
+junit - Adds junit awareness -- useful for developers.
+kde - Adds support for kde-base/kde (K Desktop Enviroment)
+kdeenablefinal - EXPERIMENTAL: KDE ebuilds will use the enable-final flag, yielding compilation speedups at the cost of heavy mem usage and potentially causing problems. We strongly discourage setting this.
+kdehiddenvisibility - Makes KDE symbols hidden by default, requires GCC 4.1 (experimental)
+kdexdeltas - Makes kde ebuilds download binary diffs rather than entire new tarballs for every new release
+kerberos - Adds kerberos support
+krb4 - Adds optional kerberos 4 compatibility support
+ladcca - Adds Linux Audio Developer's Configuration and Connection API support (LADCCA) - DEPRECATED, will be replaced by lash
+ladspa - Enables the ability to support ladspa plugins
+lame - Prefer using LAME libraries for MP3 encoding support
+lapack - Adds support for the virtual/lapack numerical library
+lash - Adds LASH Audio Session Handler support
+lcms - Adds lcms support (color management engine)
+ldap - Adds LDAP support (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
+leim - Adds input methods support to Emacs
+lesstif - Use lesstif over openmotif in cases where a program supports both
+libcaca - Add support for colored ASCII-art graphics
+libedit - Use the libedit library (replacement for readline)
+libgda - Adds GNOME Data Access support
+libnotify - Enable notification support
+libsamplerate - Build with support for converting sample rates using libsamplerate
+libwww - Adds libwww support (General purpose WEB API)
+lirc - Adds support for lirc (Linux's Infra-Red Remote Control)
+livecd - !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used during livecd building.
+lm_sensors - Adds linux lm_sensors (hardware sensors) support
+lua - Enable Lua scripting support
+m17n-lib - Enable m17n-lib support
+mad - Adds support for mad (high-quality mp3 decoder library and cli frontend)
+maildir - Adds support for maildir (~/.maildir) style mail spools
+mailwrapper - Adds mailwrapper support to allow multiple MTAs to be installed
+matroska - Adds support for the matroska container format
+matrox - Adds Matrox MGA support to mplayer
+mbox - Adds support for mbox (/var/spool/mail) style mail spools
+mcal - Adds support for MCAL calendar system
+mcve - Support for the MCVE credit card payment system
+memlimit - Adds memory usage limiting in supporting programs
+mhash - Adds support for the mhash library
+migemo - Enables migemo support for Japanese
+mikmod - Adds libmikmod support to allow playing of SoundTracker-style music files
+milter - Adds sendmail mail filter (milter) support
+mime - Adds MIME support
+minimal - Install a very minimal build (disables, for example, plugins, fonts, most drivers, non-critical features)
+mmap - Adds mmap (memory map) support
+mmx - Adds support for optimizations for Pentium MMX and Athlon class processors
+mng - Adds support for libmng (MNG images)
+mnogosearch - Adds support for the mnoGoSearch search engine
+mono - Build Mono bindings to support dotnet type stuff
+motif - Adds motif support (x11-libs/openmotif x11-libs/lesstif)
+mozilla - Adds support for the Mozilla web-browser
+mp3 - Add support for reading mp3 files
+mpeg - Adds libmpeg3 support to various packages.
+mpi - Adds MPI (Message Passing Interface) layer to the apps that support it.
+mplayer - Enable mplayer support for playback or encoding
+msn - Enable MSN Messenger IM protocol support
+msql - Adds support for the MSQL database server
+mssql - Adds support for Microsoft SQL Server database
+mule - Adds multi-language support to XEmacs
+multilib - On 64bit systems, if you want to be able to compile 32bit and 64bit binaries
+musepack - Enable support for the musepack audio codec
+musicbrainz - Lookup audio metadata using MusicBrainz community service (musicbrainz.org)
+mysql - Adds mySQL Database support
+mysqli - Adds support for the improved mySQL libraries
+nas - Adds support for network audio sound
+ncurses - Adds ncurses support (console display library)
+neXt - Enable neXt toolkit
+netboot - Enables network booting
+netcdf - Enable NetCDF data format support
+nis - Support for NIS/YP services
+nls - Adds Native Language Support (using gettext - GNU locale utilities)
+nntp - Add support for newsgroups (Network News Transfer Protocol)
+nocd - Install all files required to run the application without a CD mounted
+nocxx - Disable support for C++ (DON'T USE THIS UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING)
+nptl - Enable support for Native POSIX Threads Library, the new threading module (requires linux-2.6 or better usually)
+nsplugin - Builds plugins for Netscape compatible browsers
+ocaml - Adds support/bindings for the Ocaml language
+oci8 - Adds Oracle 8 Database Support
+odbc - Adds ODBC Support (Open DataBase Connectivity)
+offensive - Enables potentially offensive items in packages
+ofx - Enable support for importing (and exporting) OFX (Open Financial eXchange) data files
+ogg - Adds support for the Ogg container format (commonly used by Vorbis, Theora and flac)
+old-linux - Add support for linux-2.4 and older
+openal - Adds support for the Open Audio Library
+openexr - Support for the OpenEXR graphics file format
+opengl - Adds support for OpenGL (3D graphics)
+oracle - Enable Oracle Database support
+oracle7 - Adds support for the Oracle 7 Database
+osc - Enables support for Open Sound Control
+oscar - Enable Oscar (AIM/ICQ) IM protocol support
+oss - Adds support for OSS (Open Sound System)
+ovrimos - Adds support for the Ovrimos Database engine
+pam - Adds support PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) - DANGEROUS to arbitrarily flip
+pcmcia - Adds support for PCMCIA slots/devices found on laptop computers
+pcntl - Adds support for process creation functions
+pcre - Adds support for Perl Compatible Regular Expressions
+pda - Adds support for portable devices.
+pdf - Adds general support for PDF (Portable Document Format), this replaces the pdflib and cpdflib flags
+perl - Adds support/bindings for the Perl language.
+pfpro - Adds support for Verisign Payflow Pro
+php - Include support for php
+pic - Build Position Independent Code. Do not utilize this flag unless you know what you're doing.
+plotutils - Adds plotutils support to gnuplot (library for 2-D vector graphics)
+png - Adds support for libpng (PNG images)
+portaudio - Adds support for the crossplatform portaudio audio API
+posix - Adds support for POSIX-compatible functions
+postgres - Adds support for the postgresql database
+ppds - Adds support for automatically generated ppd (printing driver) files
+prelude - Adds support/bindings for the Prelude Intrusion Detection System
+profile - Adds profile support to builds of packages (will likely vary from ebuild to ebuild in support)
+pulseaudio - Adds support for PulseAudio sound server
+python - Adds support/bindings for the Python language
+qdbm - Adds support for the qdbm (Quick Database Manager) library
+qt3 - Adds support for the Qt GUI/Application Toolkit version 3.x
+qt4 - Adds support for the Qt GUI/Application Toolkit version 4.x
+quicktime - Adds support for OpenQuickTime
+radius - Adds support for RADIUS authentication
+rdesktop - Adds support for the remote desktop protocol, usually used to connect to Windows servers
+readline - Enables support for libreadline, a GNU line-editing library that almost everyone wants
+recode - Enables support for the GNU recode library
+ruby - Adds support/bindings for the Ruby language
+samba - Adds support for SAMBA (Windows File and Printer sharing)
+sapdb - Adds support for SAP DB
+sasl - Adds support for the Simple Authentication and Security Layer
+savedconfig - Use this to restore your config from /etc/portage/savedconfig ${CATEGORY}/${PN}. Make sure you USE flags allow for approprate dependencies
+scanner - Adds support for scanner hardware (e.g. build the sane frontend in kdegraphics)
+sdl - Adds support for Simple Direct Layer (media library)
+seamonkey - Adds support for the Seamonkey web-browser
+selinux - !!internal use only!! Security Enhanced Linux support, this must be set by the selinux profile or breakage will occur
+session - Adds persistent session support
+sharedext - Adds support for building shared extensions in php
+sharedmem - Adds support for shared memory use
+shorten - Adds support for the shorten audio compressor
+simplexml - support for simplexml
+skey - Enable S/Key (Single use password) authentication support
+slang - Adds support for the slang text display library (it's like ncurses, but different)
+slp - Adds Service Locator Protocol support
+smartcard - Enables smartcard support
+sndfile - Adds support for libsndfile
+snmp - Adds support for the Simple Network Management Protocol if available
+soap - Adds support for SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
+sockets - Adds support for tcp/ip sockets
+socks5 - Adds support for the socks5 proxy
+solid - Adds support for the Solid database engine
+source - Zip the sources and install them
+sox - Adds support for Sound eXchange (SoX)
+speex - Adds support for the speex audio codec
+spell - Adds dictionary support
+spl - Adds support for the Standard PHP Library
+sqlite - Adds support for sqlite - embedded sql database
+sqlite3 - Adds support for sqlite3 - embedded sql database
+sse - fast floating point optimization for PentiumIII+ class chips
+sse2 - faster floating point optimization for SSE2 capable chips
+ssl - Adds support for Secure Socket Layer connections
+startup-notification - Enable application startup event feedback mechanism
+static - !!do not set this during bootstrap!! Causes binaries to be statically linked instead of dynamically
+svg - Adds support for SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG ). This option is mainly intended for users that tend to browse multimedia sites frequently.
+svga - Adds support for SVGAlib (graphics library)
+sybase - Adds support for the Sybase SQL Database Server
+sybase-ct - Adds support for Sybase-CT
+symlink - Force kernel ebuilds to automatically update the /usr/src/linux symlink.
+syslog - Enables support for syslog
+sysvipc - Support for System V-compatible inter-process communication
+szip - Use the szip compression library
+tcl - Adds support the Tcl language
+tcpd - Adds support for TCP wrappers
+test - Workaround to pull in packages needed to run with FEATURES=test. Portage-2.1.2 handles this internally, so don't set it in make.conf/package.use anymore.
+tetex - Adds support for teTeX (typesetting package)
+theora - Adds support for the Theora Video Compression Codec
+threads - Adds threads support for various packages. Usually pthreads
+tidy - Adds support for HTML Tidy
+tiff - Adds support for the tiff image format
+tk - Adds support for Tk GUI toolkit
+tokenizer - Adds support for the PHP file parser
+truetype - Adds support for FreeType and/or FreeType2 fonts
+uclibc - Enable uclibc specific patches and build or link uclibc
+unicode - Adds support for Unicode
+usb - Adds USB support to applications that have optional USB support (e.g. cups)
+v4l - Enables video4linux support
+vanilla - Do not add extra patches which change default behaviour; DO NOT USE THIS ON A GLOBAL SCALE as the severity of the meaning changes drastically
+vcd - Video CD support
+verbose - effects vary across packages; generally used to enable extra informational output during a build or at runtime
+vhosts - Adds support for installing web-based applications into a virtual-hosting environment
+videos - Install optional video files (used in some games)
+vim-syntax - Pulls in related vim syntax scripts.
+voodoo3 - Adds support for 3Dfx's Voodoo3 video chipset, else defaults to Voodoo4/5 support if not in USE.
+vorbis - Adds support for the OggVorbis audio codec
+wddx - Adds support for Web Distributed Data eXchange
+wifi - Enable wireless network functions
+win32codecs - use win32codecs package for dll avi decoding support (wmv and what not)
+wmf - Adds support for the wmf vector image format
+wxwindows - Adds support for wxWidgets/wxGTK GUI toolkit
+x264 - Enable h264 encoding using x264
+xattr - Adds support for extended attributes (filesystem-stored metadata)
+xcomposite - Enable support for the Xorg composite extension
+xface - Adds xface support used to allow a small image of xface format to be included in an email via the header 'X-Face'.
+xine - Add support for the XINE movie libraries
+xinerama - Add support for the xinerama X11 extension, which allows you to stretch your display across multiple monitors
+xinetd - Add support for the xinetd super-server
+xml - Add support for XML files
+xmlrpc - Support for xml-rpc library
+xosd - Sends display using the X On Screen Display library
+xpm - Adds support for XPM graphics format
+xprint - Support for xprint, http://www.mozilla.org/projects/xprint/
+xscreensaver - Adds support for XScreenSaver extension.
+xsl - Check/Support flag for XSL library (version 1)
+xulrunner - Build native browser integration against xulrunner instead of firefox or seamonkey.
+xv - Adds in optional support for the Xvideo extension (an X API for video playback)
+xvid - Adds support for xvid.org's open-source mpeg-4 codec
+yahoo - Enable Yahoo Messenger IM protocol support
+yaz - Adds in optional support for the Z39.50 Protocol for Information Retrieval (YAZ)
+zh_TW - add GOT's chinese patch
+zlib - Adds support for zlib (de)compression
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+# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation.
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Header: $
+# This file contains descriptions of local USE flags, and the ebuilds which
+# contain them.
+# Keep it sorted (use "LC_ALL=C sort -t: -k1,1 -k2 | LC_ALL=C sort -s -t/ -k1,1")
+# Declaring the locale for the sort is critical to avoid flapping.
+###########
+## NOTICE!!
+###########
+# This file is deprecated as per GLEP 56 in favor of metadata.xml. Please add
+# your descriptions to your package's metadata.xml ONLY.
+# use.local.desc is now generated automatically, and manual editing of it is
+# disallowed.
+# Test for commit block
+
+app-admin/eselect-xim:scim - add scim support
+app-admin/eselect-xim:gcin - add gcin support
+app-admin/eselect-xim:oxim - add oxim support
+
+
+app-antivirus/bitdefender-scanner:gtk - Enable the graphical user interface based on x11-libs/gtk+
+
+app-i18n/gcin:filter-nobopomofo - support nobopomofo plugin
+app-i18n/gcin:chinese-sound - support chinese sound
+
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:cangjie3 - Build CangJie3 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:cangjie5 - Build CangJie5 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:quick3 - Build Quick3 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-cangjie:quick5 - Build Quick5 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-erbi:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:wubi86 - Build Wubi86 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-wubi:wubi98 - Build Wubi98 Engine
+app-i18n/ibus-table-zhengma:extra-phrases - Add extra phrases into built Engine
+app-i18n/sunpinyin:ibus - Enable support for app-i18n/ibus input method
+app-i18n/sunpinyin:xim - Enable support for XIM
+app-text/stardict:espeak - Enables text to speech engine app-accessibility/espeak
+app-text/stardict:festival - Enables text to speech engine app-accessibility/festival
+app-text/stardict:gnome - Enables gnome-base/gnome support
+app-text/stardict:gucharmap - Enables gnome-extra/gucharmap plugin
+app-text/stardict:spell - Enables spell checking capability using app-text/enchant
+app-text/texlive-core:xetex - Use TeXLive packed XeTeX
+gnome-base/nautilus:beagle - Enables support for searching using the Beagle (app-misc/beagle) desktop search tool
+gnome-base/nautilus:elementary - Use the branch modified by the elementary project
+gnome-base/nautilus:mod - Use the nautilus-mod
+gnome-base/nautilus:tracker - Enables support for searching using the Tracker (app-misc/tracker) search tool
+media-libs/fontconfig:ubuntu - Enable the lcd patch from Ubuntu
+media-libs/freetype:cleartype - Enable subpixel patch
+media-libs/freetype:fontforge - Install internal headers required for truetype debugger in media-gfx/fontforge (built with USE=fontforge-debugger)
+media-libs/freetype:ubuntu - Enable the lcd patch from Ubuntu
+media-libs/freetype:utils - Install utilities and examples from ft2demos
+media-plugins/osd-lyrics:mpd - Enable support for MPD
+media-plugins/osd-lyrics:xmms2 - Enable support for XMMS2
+media-tv/gmlive:extra - Enable support for PPLive and PPS IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive:sopcast - Enable support for media-tv/sopcast
+media-tv/gmlive:totem - Enable totem plugin support
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:pplive - Enable support for PPLive P2P IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:pps - Enable support for PPS P2P IPTV
+media-tv/gmlive-extra:sopcast - Enable support for SopCast P2P IPTV
+net-firewall/west-chamber:ipset - Kernel module for IP set management
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_cui - The CUI target sends obfuscating packets upon incoming SYN to make the connection invisible to third-party intrusion detection.
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_gfw - The gfw match allows to match on gfw packet fingerprints.
+net-firewall/west-chamber:xtables_addons_zhang - The CUI target sends obfuscating packets upon incoming SYN to make the connection invisible to third-party intrusion detection.
+net-misc/gemanx:imageview - enable external image viewer
+net-misc/gemanx:iplookup - enable IP location lookup for Simplified Chinese users. Need qqwry.dat
+net-misc/xmuruijie:firewall - Add support for iptables firewall
+net-p2p/amule:daemon - Enable amule daemon
+net-p2p/amule:dlp - Enable Dynamic Leecher Protection
+net-p2p/amule:remote - Enable remote controlling of the client
+net-p2p/amule:stats - Enable statistic reporting
+net-p2p/amule:upnp - Enables support for Intel UPnP stack.
+x11-libs/cairo:cleartype - Enable subpixel patch
+x11-libs/cairo:glitz - Build with glitz support, which replaces some software render operations with Mesa OpenGL operations
+x11-libs/cairo:newspr - Enable Freetype subpixel font rendering
+x11-libs/cairo:ubuntu - Enable lcd rendering patches from Ubuntu
+x11-libs/libXft:cleartype - Enable Freetype subpixel font rendering
+x11-libs/libXft:ubuntu - Use Freetype subpixel rendering patch from Ubuntu
+x11-libs/qt:immqt - Enable binary incompatible version of immodule for Qt
+x11-libs/qt:immqt-bc - Enable binary compatible version of immodule for Qt
+x11-libs/qt:zh_TW - add GOT's chinese patch
+x11-misc/notification-daemon:notify-osd - Hack to support notify-osd
+x11-misc/qterm:phonon - Enable support for the Phonon multimedia package
14 repo.xml
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE repositories SYSTEM "/dtd/repositories.dtd">
+<repositories xmlns="" version="1.0">
+ <repo quality="experimental" status="unofficial">
+ <name>gentoo-zh</name>
+ <description>merged overlay of Gentoo-{China,Taiwan}</description>
+ <homepage>http://gentoo-zh.googlecode.com/</homepage>
+ <owner type="project">
+ <email>microcaicai@gmail.com, robert.zhangle@gmail.com</email>
+ <name>gentoo-zh</name>
+ </owner>
+ <source type="svn">http://gentoo-zh.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/</source>
+ </repo>
+</repositories>
4 sets.conf
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+[gentoo-taiwan sets]
+class = portage.sets.files.StaticFileSet
+multiset = true
+directory = ${repository:gentoo-taiwan}/sets/
4 setting_id.sh
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+#!/bin/bash
+
+find . -type f -name ChangeLog -exec svn ps svn:keywords Id \{\} \;
+find . -type f -name \*.ebuild -exec svn ps svn:keywords Id \{\} \;
67 skel.ChangeLog
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+# ChangeLog for <CATEGORY>/<PACKAGE_NAME>
+# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation; Distributed under the GPL v2
+# $Header: $
+
+*<PACKAGE_NAME>-<PACKAGE_VERSION>-<PACKAGE_RELEASE> (DD MMM YYYY)
+
+ DD MMM YYYY; YOUR_NAME <YOUR_EMAIL> changed_file1, changed_file2 :
+ Initial import. Ebuild submitted by submitter_name <submitter_email>.
+ Note that the "changed_file" listing is optional if you are simply bumping
+ the rev of the ebuild and are only making changes to the .ebuild file
+ itself. Also note that we now have a single unified paragraph rather than
+ having the first line separated from the rest by a newline. Everything
+ should be in one block like this. (note by drobbins, 16 Jul 2002)
+
+ DD MMM YYYY; YOUR_NAME <YOUR_EMAIL> changed_file1, changed_file2: this is
+ an earlier ChangeLog entry.
+
+-- Explanation of ChangeLog format:
+
+ ***************************************************************************
+ THIS IS IMPORTANT: The ChangeLog format is a *chronological* account of all
+ changes made to a set of ebuilds. That means that the most recent ChangeLog
+ entry *always* goes at the top of the file. More explanation below.
+ ***************************************************************************
+
+ ***************************************************************************
+ ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: There are some ChangeLogs that don't follow this
+ format and organize all changes under the "correct" "*" entry. This is not
+ correct. However, rather than making a concerted effort to fix these
+ ChangeLogs, we should spend our energy defining a comprehensive and strict
+ XML-based ChangeLog format which we then migrate to. But for any entries to
+ any ChangeLog that *you* make, please make sure to always add entries to the
+ top of the file like a good boy/girl. Even do this if it's clear that you're
+ adding an entry to a b0rked ChangeLog.
+ ***************************************************************************
+
+ This changelog is targeted to users. This means that the comments should be
+ well explained and written in clean English.
+
+ Every new version or revision of the package should be marked by a '*'
+ separator line as above to indicate where in the chronology it was first
+ added to our CVS tree. Any changes since the last revision, really _any
+ changes at all_ have to be added to the top of the file, underneath the
+ initial copyright and cvs header comments, in exactly the same format as this
+ comment. If you are modifying older ebuilds, simply note them as changed
+ files and add your entry to the top of the ChangeLog. Resist the temptation
+ to "organize" your ChangeLog entries by placing them under the "correct" "*"
+ entries -- this isn't the purpose of the "*" entries.
+
+ This means that you start with header line that has the following format,
+ indented two spaces:
+
+ DD MMM YYYY; your_name <your_email> changed_file1, changed_file2: Your
+ explanation should follow. It should be indented and wrapped at a line width
+ of 80 characters. The changed_files can be omitted if they are obvious; for
+ example, if you are only modifying the .ebuild file and committing a new rev
+ of a package. Any details about what exactly changed in the code should be
+ added as a message when the changes are committed to cvs, not in this file.
+
+-- A word regarding credit:
+
+ Please add credit information ("ebuild submitted by ...", "patch submitted
+ by ...") to the ChangeLog. Do not add this information to the ebuilds
+ themselves.
+
+ And remember: Give credit where credit is due. We're all doing this for
+ free, so the best we can hope (and expect!) to receive is credit.
8 skel.metadata.xml
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "http://www.gentoo.org/dtd/metadata.dtd">
+<pkgmetadata>
+<herd>no-herd</herd>
+<maintainer>
+<email>gentoo-zh@googlegroups.com</email>
+</maintainer>
+</pkgmetadata>

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