FreeBSD New Ports Index

This page is a slightly modified version of the following one-liner output. created_at: 2019-06-27T13:00:07+09:00

# git -C /usr/ports log --diff-filter=A --name-status --pretty="format:%aI %H" origin/master | perl -nlE '/^\d/ ? $d=$_ : print "$d\t$_"' | ack "\t[0-9a-z-]+/[^/ ]+/Makefile$"

1998-12-31T17:20:18+00:00 net/ppxp A new and easy to use PPP software
This is a new user process PPP software pakgae. It is easy to setup
and has nice GUI to control connection. This PPP software make a
connection on demand and can traslate IP address and port numbers as
called as NAT. This spackage have many console programs, ppxp is
standard terminal oriented console, xppxp is X client console, tkppxp
is Tcl/Tk based console, and much more.

There are more documentation under /usr/local/share/doc/ppxp.

WWW: http://www.dsl.gr.jp/~manabe/PPxP/
--
Norio Suzuki
nosuzuki@e-mail.ne.jp
1998-12-31T12:02:03+00:00 audio/cdd
cdd is a program written by Charles Henrich to read audio tracks from CDs.
It includes "jitter correction" to work with a number of drives
which are not able to read reliably from audio disks.
1998-12-30T23:18:11+00:00 audio/gnomeaudio2 Sound files for use with GNOME 2
This module holds sound files for use with GNOME 2.
1998-12-30T23:18:11+00:00 audio/gnomeaudio Sound files for use with GNOME
This module holds sound files for use with GNOME. Stick them in the
'sounds' directory here, or a subdirectory thereof - the whole tree will
be copied over into $(gnome_prefix)/share/gnome/sounds.
1998-12-30T23:18:11+00:00 audio/gnome-audio Sound files for use with GNOME 2
This module holds sound files for use with GNOME 2.
1998-12-30T04:42:36+00:00 misc/Howto Linux HOW-TOs modified for applicablity on FreeBSD
Linux HOW-TOs modified for applicablity on FreeBSD
1998-12-30T04:32:57+00:00 net/telserv A telnet server analogous to the unix talk command
A telnet server (using the telnet protocol) analogous to the unix talk
command that allows the equivalent of talk requests via telnet.

By default it listens on port 7435.
1998-12-30T04:31:42+00:00 net/bounce Bounce TCP connections to another machine/port
A little program to bounce TCP connections to another machine/port.
By default it listens on port 1523.

WWW: http://www.iagora.com/~espel/hacks.html
1998-12-30T04:30:48+00:00 net/relay TCP proxy server with telnet, ftp, finger client wrappers
Relay is a very simple proxy that can be used for building simple firewalls.
telnet, ftp, and finger client wrappers are provided.
1998-12-30T04:29:38+00:00 mail/hbiff Replacement for xbiff that handles popup window with mail headers
Fancy biff program under X11 environment.

Hbiff is a replacement for xbiff that flashes when new mail arrives like the
traditional xbiff. In addition, if you click on the hbiff icon, a window
will popup showing the mail headers. This makes hbiff better than xlbiff
where privacy is an issue since the headers are only displayed when you
request. hbiff can also run the MUA for you.
1998-12-30T04:27:21+00:00 emulators/dlx Assembler for Hennessy and Patterson's DLX architecture
Simular and compiler for Hennessy and Patterson's MIPS-like RISC DLX
architecture. DLX is documented in "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative
Approach" by Hennessy and Patterson.
1998-12-29T22:31:14+00:00 japanese/xjman Japanized X manual from "The X Japanese Documentation Project"
Japanized X manual, presented by "The X Japanese Documentation Project".

Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 1998-1999 The X Japanese Documentation Project.

This product includes software developed by
the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.

X Japanese Documentation Project <URL:http://xjman.dsl.gr.jp>
X Free86(TM): Home Page <URL:http://www.xfree86.org>
The X Window System <URL:http://www.x.org>

WWW: http://xjman.dsl.gr.jp/

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-29T22:31:14+00:00 japanese/xjman-3
Japanized X manual, presented by "The X Japanese Documentation Project".

Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California.
All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 1998-1999 The X Japanese Documentation Project.

This product includes software developed by
the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.

X Japanese Documentation Project <URL:http://xjman.dsl.gr.jp/>
X Free86(TM): Home Page <URL:http://www.xfree86.org/>
The X Window System <URL:http://www.x.org/>

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-29T21:59:13+00:00 japanese/netscape47-navigator
1998-12-29T18:49:29+00:00 games/crafty-open-rock
This is the port of the "rock" opening book for crafty. It is very
large.

It was created with "book create book.txt 60 3" (see the crafty
documentation and online help for a more thorough explanation of what
this does) which discards all openings not played in at least three
games which I expect to be a reasonable constant, but I am open to
suggestions on this.

- Matthew Hunt <mph@FreeBSD.org> based on work by
Stefan Eggers <seggers@semyam.dinoco.de>
1998-12-28T15:54:54+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-engines2 Theme engine for the gtk+-2.0 toolkit
Theme engine for the gtk+-2.0 toolkit.

WWW: http://www.gtk.org/
1998-12-28T15:54:54+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-engines Theme engine for gtk+ toolkits
Theme engine for gtk+ toolkits.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
1998-12-28T15:54:54+00:00 x11-themes/gtk-engines2 Theme engine for the GTK+-2.0 toolkit
Theme engine for the gtk+-2.0 toolkit.

WWW: http://www.gtk.org/
1998-12-28T15:54:54+00:00 x11-themes/gtk-engines Theme engine for gtk+ toolkits
Theme engine for gtk+ toolkits.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
1998-12-28T13:00:56+00:00 x11-toolkits/open-motif Motif X11 Toolkit (industry standard GUI (IEEE 1295))
Motif(r) is the industry standard graphical user interface, (as defined by
the IEEE 1295 specification), used on more than 200 hardware and software
platforms. It provides application developers, end users, and system
vendors with the industry's most widely used environment for standardizing
application presentation on a wide range of platforms. Motif is the
leading user interface toolkit for the UNIX(r) system.

NOTE: Some ports with GNU configure do not know that Motif 2.1 requires -lXp.
In that case, you need to edit Makefile after configure, or, hack
configure(.in) before configure.

WWW: http://www.opengroup.org/openmotif/
1998-12-28T13:00:56+00:00 x11-toolkits/open-motif-devel
This is the Metro Link Open Motif 2.1.30 development environment.
It includes the static libraries and header files necessary to build
Motif applications.
1998-12-28T13:00:56+00:00 x11-toolkits/Motif-dummy Motif dummy package
A dummy port to create a package of static Motif libs and include
files to be used as dependencies from other ports. Note you need
Motif already installed, and this port won't do anything for you
unless you are in the business of building packages.
1998-12-27T18:04:33+00:00 sysutils/comconsole Setup your PC to use serial port COM1 as its console device
This package will setup your PC to use serial port COM1 as its console
device.
Note that this is a special package and you should pkg_add this on a newly
installed system. This is intended to install from installer floppy disk
on a system without its own display nor keyboard.
1998-12-27T03:26:57+00:00 graphics/qiv Small, fast GDK/Imlib2 image viewer
Quick Image Viewer (qiv) is a very small and pretty fast GDK/Imlib2 image
viewer. It has such nifty features as: zoom, maxpect, scaledown,
screensaver, flip, delete, brightness / contrast / gamma correction, and
can also be used to set your X11 background. All from a commandline.

WWW: http://spiegl.de/qiv/
1998-12-26T08:54:56+00:00 databases/interbase4
Interbase 4.0.

This version should be free.

WWW: http://iblinux.rios.co.jp/
1998-12-26T05:00:45+00:00 devel/doc++ Javadoc style C++ documentatation system
DOC++ is a source documentation system for C++, CORBA IDL and java
It generates javadoc-like documentation in HTML and LaTeX.
The homepage contains more information to supplement this short description.

WWW: http://docpp.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-26T04:30:09+00:00 devel/qtarch
Qt Architect is a graphical dialog editor for the Qt widget set.
It allows for the graphical creation and placement of widgets onto a
dialog. Various properties for the widget can also be set. Widgets
may be mapped to variables so that you can control them once the
dialog is launched. After the dialog is created on the screen, the
files for the dialog are created.

qtarch version 1.4-4 contains a QtArch widget module for KDE 1.1.

WWW: http://qtarch.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-24T20:49:06+00:00 security/sniff Program to sniff logins and passwords
This program filters the tcpump raw packet data looking for logins and
passwords on the most commonly used TCP ports (FTP, telnet, POP3 ...).
It dumps sniffed data to a file named sniff.log.
1998-12-24T18:52:39+00:00 net/h2n Translate host table to name server file format
h2n - Translate host table to name server file format

This program is explained in "DNS and BIND" (NUTSHELL HANDBOOK).

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-24T18:52:39+00:00 dns/h2n Translate host table to name server file format
h2n - Translate host table to name server file format

This program is explained in "DNS and BIND" (NUTSHELL HANDBOOK).
1998-12-24T18:11:50+00:00 lang/erlang14 A functional programming language from Ericsson
Erlang is a small concurrent functional programming language
developed by Ericsson. It is being used by Ericsson as a systems
programming language for large concurrent distributed systems.

WWW: http://www.erlang.org/
1998-12-24T18:11:50+00:00 lang/erlang Functional programming language from Ericsson
Erlang is a programming language used to build massively scalable soft
real-time systems with requirements on high availability. Some of its
uses are in telecoms, banking, e-commerce, computer telephony and
instant messaging. Erlang's runtime system has built-in support for
concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance.

WWW: http://www.erlang.org/
1998-12-24T16:29:00+00:00 textproc/aspell Spelling checker with better suggestion logic than ispell
Aspell is a spelling checker designed to eventually replace
ispell, although it currently lacks many of ispell's basic
functions. Aspell's main feature is that it does a much better
job of coming up with possible suggestions than ispell. Aspell
also includes a powerful C++ library with C and Perl interfaces
in the works.

WWW: http://aspell.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-24T15:28:00+00:00 net/tik A Tcl/Tk based AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) Chat Client
From the README file:

TiK is a pure Tcl/Tk 8.x version of AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). The
TiK client began its life as a scaled down version of the native Windows
and Macintosh clients. However, TiK now has most of the features the
native clients have, plus some extras. TiK includes a graphical buddy
list display plus packages for away messages, buddy pounce, buddy
ticker, stock monitoring and im capturing. It is very easy for end users
to add new features to TiK, using Tcl/Tk. TiK is meant to give UNIX
users an alternative to the Java client.
1998-12-24T15:28:00+00:00 net-im/tik A Tcl/Tk based AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) Chat Client
From the README file:

TiK is a pure Tcl/Tk 8.x version of AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). The
TiK client began its life as a scaled down version of the native Windows
and Macintosh clients. However, TiK now has most of the features the
native clients have, plus some extras. TiK includes a graphical buddy
list display plus packages for away messages, buddy pounce, buddy
ticker, stock monitoring and im capturing. It is very easy for end users
to add new features to TiK, using Tcl/Tk. TiK is meant to give UNIX
users an alternative to the Java client.
1998-12-24T14:32:14+00:00 x11/xmangekyou Kaleidoscope on X
XMangekyou is a kaleidoscope on X. You can see many, many, many kaleidoscope
patterns.

WWW: http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/unix/art/se077243.html
1998-12-24T13:49:52+00:00 misc/tcb File viewer for terminal
Tcb is a file viewer that works on a terminal. It allows
view file in ASCII or HEX format.
1998-12-24T13:17:58+00:00 x11-wm/vtwm Twm with a virtual desktop and optional Motif-like features
Vtwm is a twm variant with a virtual desktop. Unlike its older cousin
tvtwm, vtwm is under active development, and supports a number of
relatively new features, such as configurable Motif-like decorations.

WWW: http://www.vtwm.org/
1998-12-24T12:13:20+00:00 print/gsfonts Standard Fonts for Ghostscript
Ghostscript is the well-known PostScript interpreter which is available for
all common and most esoteric platforms and supports many different printers
and some displays.

This port install the fontpacks with the Type1 fonts ready for X use with
Adobe foundries.

WWW: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/doc/gnu/index.htm
1998-12-24T07:31:51+00:00 news/leafnode+ Multi-user offline Usenet news package for small sites
Leafnode+ is a simple NNTP server designed for small sites, derived from
the Leafnode package.

Leafnode+ only downloads the contents of newsgroups that users have
accessed recently, considerably reducing bandwidth requirements.

When installing Leafnode+ for the first time, set the
LEAFNODE_SETUP_WRKDIRS environment variable to "yes" before running make
install or pkg_add. This creates the configuration files and a working
directory required to run Leafnode+, typically PREFIX/lib/leafnode and
/var/spool/leafnode.

NOTE: This software contains a number of data-loss bugs and does not
appear to be actively maintained. For new installations, the
news/leafnode port is likely to serve your needs better.

WWW: http://www25.big.jp/~jam/leafnode+/
1998-12-24T07:27:15+00:00 mail/maildrop Mail delivery agent (MDA) with filtering abilities
maildrop is a replacement for your local mail delivery agent,
similar to mail/procmail.
- maildrop reads a mail message from standard input,
then delivers the message to your mailbox.
- maildrop will optionally read instructions from a file,
which describes how to filter incoming mail.
Instructions can be provided having mail delivered to
alternate mailboxes, or forwarded somewhere else.
Unlike procmail, maildrop uses a structured filtering language.
- maildrop knows how to deliver mail to mbox-style mailboxes and maildirs.
- maildrop is written in C++, and handles resources more efficiently.

maildrop can be used with sendmail, qmail, and other MTAs.

WWW: http://www.courier-mta.org/maildrop/
1998-12-24T07:23:02+00:00 games/gtkballs Lines-like simple logic game for X Window System
It's an old game of balls where your goal is to remove as many
balls from the game field as you can.

WWW: http://gtkballs.antex.ru/
1998-12-24T07:17:29+00:00 x11/xstarroll Letters fly to far, far, far away
XStarRoll is a simple demonstration program for X11. Letters and pixmaps
fly to far, far, far away. You can fly optional letters and pixmaps, and
use XStarRoll as a background picture.

WWW: http://kozos.jp/myfreesoft/
1998-12-24T07:10:15+00:00 graphics/Cgraph PostScript plotting library in C
Cgraph: PostScript plotting library in C

This is a C source code library that contains a set of C functions
that generate PostScript for publication quality scientific plots.
If you have a PostScript previewer, it is possible to launch the
viewer automatically on generated PS/EPS files. The Cgraph Library
source code, examples, and documentation are in the public domain.
1998-12-24T07:04:38+00:00 math/dcdflib Library of C Routines for Cumulative Distribution Functions
This library contains routines to compute cumulative distribution
functions, inverses, and parameters of the distribution for the
following set of statistical distributions:

(1) Beta
(2) Binomial
(3) Chi-square
(4) Noncentral Chi-square
(5) F
(6) Noncentral F
(7) Gamma
(8) Negative Binomial
(9) Normal
(10) Poisson
(11) Student's t
(12) Noncentral t
1998-12-24T06:59:44+00:00 audio/mp3encode MPEG layer I, II and III audio file encoder
The mp3encode package encodes MPEG layer I, II and III audio files.
This is the reference implementation so don't expect spectacular performance.
Driving encode is pretty simple although it may take some practice to
work out an optimal compression rate. AIFF files are the only type of files that
seem to work with this version so you may need to install a port like "sox" to
convert your file types. I use the "nas" port to record and edit all of my audio
files but so long as you have a valid AIFF file it shouldn't matter what you
use.
Although the source code includes a decoder I have decided not to port
it because we already have a couple of top class MPEG decoders in the ports
collection.
Psychoacoustic model 2 is the only supported model in layer III
encoding. A bit-rate of 128 kilobits/s is adequate for most forms of music but
you may need to turn down the compression to 160 kilobits/s if the music is
particularly atmospheric.
Vocal spoken recordings are best encoded using a 32 kilobits/s bit-rate
with layer II (layer III makes you sound like a Dalek under digital water) with
a 32 kHz sample rate in mono. Using this method I have managed to get about 5
minutes of AM radio quality audio into around 1 MB.
If anyone finds any bugs in this software please let me know and include
patches to fix them.

Share and enjoy,
Joel...
1998-12-24T06:55:54+00:00 net/binkd Fidonet TCP/IP mailer
Binkd is a Fidonet mailer designed to operate via TCP/IP networks.
As a FTN-compatible internet daemon, it makes possible efficient
utilization of TCP/IP protocol suite as a transport layer in
FTN-based (Fido Technology Network) networks.

WWW: http://binkd.grumbler.org/
1998-12-24T06:52:27+00:00 news/p5-News-Newsrc Manage newsrc files
News::Newsrc manages newsrc files, of the style

alt.foo: 1-21,28,31-34
alt.bar! 3,5,9-2900,2902

Methods are provided for
- reading and writing newsrc files
- adding and removing newsgroups
- changing the order of newsgroups
- subscribing and unsubscribing from newsgroups
- testing whether groups exist and are subscribed
- marking and unmarking articles
- testing whether articles are marked
- returning lists of newsgroups
- returning lists of articles

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/News-Newsrc
1998-12-24T06:46:58+00:00 math/p5-Set-IntSpan Manages sets of integers
Set::IntSpan manages sets of integers. It is optimized for sets that
have long runs of consecutive integers. These arise, for example, in
.newsrc files, which maintain lists of articles:

alt.foo: 1-21,28,31
alt.bar: 1-14192,14194,14196-14221

Sets are stored internally in a run-length coded form. This provides
for both compact storage and efficient computation. In particular,
set operations can be performed directly on the encoded
representation.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Set-IntSpan
1998-12-24T06:36:08+00:00 x11-servers/Xfstt TrueType font server for X11
This is Xfstt, a free TrueType font server for X11.

WWW: http://www.hadrons.org/software/xfstt/
1998-12-24T05:51:21+00:00 games/seahaven The classic, lightweight version of Seahaven Towers
seahaven is an X implementation of a solitaire game sometimes known as
Seahaven Towers.
1998-12-23T19:14:23+00:00 www/libghttp GNOME http client library
GNOME http client library.

It is for making HTTP 1.1 requests.

-Vanilla
vanilla@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-23T19:08:50+00:00 audio/libaudiofile Sound library for SGI audio file
This Audio File Library is an implementation of the SGI Audio File
library. Since the latter is specified ambiguously in places, I've
taken some liberties in interpreting certain such ambiguities. At the
present, not all features of the SGI Audio File library are
implemented. I feel, though, that this implementation of the Audio
File Library offers enough functionality to be useful for general
tasks.

This library allows the processing of audio data to and from audio files.

Support file formats:

AIFF/AIFF-C (.aiff, .aifc)
WAVE (.wav)
NeXT .snd/Sun .au (.snd, .au)
Berkeley/IRCAM/CARL Sound File (.sf)
Audio Visual Research (.avr)
Amiga IFF/8SVX (.iff)
Sample Vision (.smp)
Creative Voice File (.voc)
NIST SPHERE (.wav)
Core Audio Format (.caf)
FLAC (.flac)

Supported compression formats:

G.711 mu-law and A-law
IMA ADPCM
Microsoft ADPCM
FLAC
ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)

WWW: http://www.68k.org/~michael/audiofile/
1998-12-23T17:57:50+00:00 net/dlint Lint for DNS zones (Domain Name Server zone verification utility)
`dlint' is a Domain Name Server zone verification utility.

`dlint' analyzes any DNS zone you specify, and reports any problems it
finds by displaying errors and warnings. Then it descends recursively to
examine all zones below the given one (this can be disabled with a command-
line option).

You can run dlint on your own domains, or on somebody else's, because it uses
the standard DNS network protocol. Dlint is very useful since most nameservers
do no more than syntax-check your database files. Dlint's messages are very
informative and suggest ways to fix the problems, not just complain about them.

-- David
obrien@NUXI.com

WWW: http://www.domtools.com/dns/dlint.shtml
1998-12-23T17:57:50+00:00 dns/dlint Lint for DNS zones (Domain Name Server zone verification utility)
`dlint' is a Domain Name Server zone verification utility.

`dlint' analyzes any DNS zone you specify, and reports any problems it
finds by displaying errors and warnings. Then it descends recursively to
examine all zones below the given one (this can be disabled with a command-
line option).

You can run dlint on your own domains, or on somebody else's, because it uses
the standard DNS network protocol. Dlint is very useful since most nameservers
do no more than syntax-check your database files. Dlint's messages are very
informative and suggest ways to fix the problems, not just complain about them.

WWW: http://BSDforge.com/projects/dns/dlint
1998-12-23T02:53:35+00:00 audio/wsoundserver The sound server for Window Maker
WSoundServer is a rewritten from scratch reimplementation of a sound server
for WindowMaker, intended as a replacement for wmsound. To use it, execute
"wsoundserver &" from an xterm, then dock the application icon. This package
comes with a utility called wsoundplay that can be used to play .wav files.
You can set wsoundplay to be the application to play .au and .wav files that
you drop onto the docked wmsound icon.

A GUI configuration tool called WSoundPrefs coded in WINGs exists, which allows
to configure WSoundServer. WSoundPrefs available as a separate port named
wsoundprefs.
1998-12-23T01:19:33+00:00 x11-toolkits/xg Windows(tm) controls - like widget set for Motif(tm)
In the many years that I have been developing GUIs for UNIX, I have
always envied the controls that are commonly available for MS Windows
applications. In attempt to rectify this situation I designed the
"Xg Widget Set". This widget set is an extension of the Motif widget
set and provides many of the controls found in MS Windows applications.

The widget set is self contained, as such it requires no additional
libraries other than X, Xt, and Motif (1.1, 1.2.x or 2.0).

WWW: http://www.messners.com/xgwidgets/xgwidgets.html
1998-12-22T22:59:16+00:00 www/swish-e Simple web indexing for humans - enhanced
SWISH-Enhanced is a fast, powerful, flexible, and easy to use system for
indexing collections of Web pages or other text files. Key features include
the ability to limit searches to certain HTML tags (META, TITLE, comments,
etc.). The SWISH-E software is free, and includes a package of Perl programs
that enable anyone who is authorized to create and maintain their own indexes
(AutoSwish). SWISH-E is an enhanced version of SWISH, which was originally
written by Kevin Hughes and modified and released with his permission.

WWW: http://swish-e.org/
1998-12-22T02:19:18+00:00 graphics/dc20ctrl Digital camera control and download tool for Kodak DC20 camera
dc20ctrl can control your Kodak DC20 digital camera via the embedded serial
port. With dc20ctrl you can control any parameter of your camera, as quering
the current state, taking a photo, downloading the thumbnails and/or the
pictures (in raw, pgm or ppm format, and eventually others: it depends on
compilation-time options), erasing the camera memory and changing its
resolution.

WWW: http://www.paternostro.org/~ugo/English/dc20.html
1998-12-22T00:59:15+00:00 japanese/dvi2dvi A DVI to DVI transformer
The program dvi2dvi is a DVI to DVI transformer. It can transform from
a dvi file created by ASCII Japanese TeX/pTeX into a NTT JTeX type of dvi file,
as well as the opposite transform of that.
1998-12-20T21:14:43+00:00 sysutils/copytape Program that is used to duplicate magtapes
Copytape duplicates magtapes. It is intended for duplication of
bootable or other non-file-structured (non-tar-structured) magtapes
on systems with only one tape drive. Copytape is blissfully ignorant
of tape formats. It merely makes a bit-for-bit copy of its input.
1998-12-20T17:58:45+00:00 devel/rinfo List status of files checked out of RCS repositories
This program gives information about files checked out with RCS.
Only RCS repositories located in "RCS" subdirectories are analyzed.
1998-12-20T05:23:36+00:00 editors/wordperfect Graphical word processor ported from Windows
Corel(R) WordPerfect(R) 8 for Linux(R) - Personal Edition is an
ideal office solution that delivers the same exceptional
word-processing capabilities as the Windows (R) version, plus many
features available only for Linux. Share information easily with
enhanced compatibility features. Maximize your hardware with
support for over 1,000 printers. Corel WordPerfect 8 for Linux -
Personal Edition is word-processing power for home, school and
office.

Corel(R) WordPerfect(R) 8 for Linux(R) (Downloadable Version)

* Fully functional word processor
* Unlimited usage for personal, non-commercial use provided end user
registers as user of the product within 90-day period
* Multi-language support
* Import/Export Filters includes support for Office 97 document
formats
* Online help system
* Over 90 built-in spreadsheet functions
* E-mail directly from Corel WordPerfect
* Instantly become a Webmaster with "Publish to Internet" HTML
exporting features

WWW: http://linux.corel.com/linux8/
1998-12-20T03:55:54+00:00 sysutils/psmisc Port of the Linux pstree, killall, and pidof commands
A port of the Linux pstree, killall and pidof commands.
Does not include the 'fuser' command.

WWW: http://psmisc.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-19T23:52:26+00:00 lang/ici Interpretive language with C's feel and high level data types
ICI is a C-like, high level language originally developed by Tim Long
and placed into the public domain. ICI marries C's expression syntax,
control structures and overall feel, with a dynamic, garbage
collected, object-based, data model. Version 4 incorporates numerous
performance enhancements, refinements to existing features and new
features including native support for threads, a cleaner, more well
defined API for extension module authors and those embedding ICI
within other programs, and new documentation that is superior to
that provided in previous releases.

ICI is typically used as a scripting-like language in the fashion of
Perl, Python, Ruby, Lua, TCL and other such languages. ICI can be
called from C and the language itself can be extended allowing
applications to provide domain specific functions, types and
operators for use in their ICI programs. Embedding within applications
allows application authors to make use of ICI's efficient object
system which provides many useful facilities.

ICI is in the public domain, there is no copyright on it.

WWW: http://www.zeta.org.au/~atrn/ici/
1998-12-19T16:53:20+00:00 security/portsentry Port scan detection and active defense
PortSentry is part of the Abacus Project suite of security tools.
It is a program designed to detect and respond to port scans against
a target host in real-time. There are other port scan detectors that
perform similar detection of scans, but PortSentry has some unique
features that may make it worth looking into.
1998-12-19T14:58:00+00:00 graphics/fly Simple drawing language to generate GIFs on the fly
fly is a C program that creates PNG, JPEG or GIF images on the fly from
CGI and other programs. Using GD graphics library for fast image creation,
it provides a command-file interface for creating and modifying images.

WWW: http://martin.gleeson.com/fly/
1998-12-19T14:22:10+00:00 math/xwpl The X Wavelet Packet Laboratory
XWPL is an X based tool to examine one-dimensional real-valued signals using
wavelets and wavelet packets. It has been designed to be as easy to use as
possible for beginners. It is intended more as an educational and exploratory
tool than as a numerical analysis program, even though it uses fast, optimized
wavelet and wavelet packet transforms.

In short, wavelets are a way to analyze a signal using base functions which
are localized both in time (as diracs, but unlike sine waves), and in
frequency (as sine waves, but unlike diracs). They can be used for efficient
numerical algorithms and many DSP or compression applications.

The mathematical theory behind wavelets (and other related transforms) is
given in the appendix of the XWPL reference manual.

WWW: http://math.yale.edu/pub/wavelets/software/xwpl/html/xwpl.html
1998-12-18T03:09:05+00:00 devel/stlport Adaptation of SGI's Standard Template Library
Multiplatform C++ Standard Library (STL implementation). Many
compilers and operational environments supported. Standard (ISO/IEC
14882) compliance. Maximum efficiency. Exception and thread
safety. Debug mode.

WWW: http://stlport.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-17T23:42:20+00:00 misc/30upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 3.0R system to
3-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
1998-12-17T23:42:20+00:00 misc/227upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 2.2.7R system to
2.2-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
1998-12-17T23:42:20+00:00 misc/225upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 2.2.5R system to
2.2-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
1998-12-17T23:42:20+00:00 misc/222upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 2.2.2R system to
2.2-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
1998-12-17T23:42:20+00:00 misc/221upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 2.2.1R system to
2.2-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
1998-12-17T14:34:50+00:00 games/gleyes GLUT version of Xeyes
GLeyes is a GLUT version of Xeyes. It will be of some use for those who
have hardware-accelerated GL or can afford this terrible waste of CPU cycles
(or for those who think that the utter coolness of having a floating eyeball
in their desktops is worth the extra system load).
1998-12-16T22:37:40+00:00 ftp/pavuk HTTP, FTP, and Gopher mirroring tool
Pavuk is UNIX program used to mirror contents of WWW documents or files. It
transfers documents from HTTP, FTP, Gopher and optionaly from HTTPS (HTTP
over SSL) servers. Pavuk has an optional GUI based on GTK2 widget set.

WWW: http://pavuk.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-16T18:48:21+00:00 japanese/eterm X11 terminal emulator based on rxvt/xterm that supports Japanese
Eterm is a color vt102 terminal emulator for X Window system.
It supports pixmap and pseudo-transparent background. It also
supports Japanese input with XIM (X Input Method) protocol.
If you want to input Japanese, use "--input-method" and
"--preedit-type" option.

WWW: http://www.eterm.org/
1998-12-15T21:30:02+00:00 emulators/vpce PC Engine (TG16) emulator on X
PC Engine (TG16) emulator on X

WWW: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/3340/vpce.html
1998-12-15T21:06:18+00:00 devel/cons Perl-based Make Replacement
This is a Perl-based make replacement, but does not provide make
compatibility. It has a number of powerful capabilities not found
in other software construction systems, including make.

Cons is a system for constructing, primarily, software, but is
quite different from previous software construction systems. Cons
was designed from the ground up to deal easily with the construction
of software spread over multiple source directories. Cons makes it
easy to create build scripts that are simple, understandable and
maintainable. Cons ensures that complex software is easily and
accurately reproducible.

WWW: http://www.dsmit.com/cons/
1998-12-15T15:22:46+00:00 japanese/skkserv Dictionary server for the SKK Japanese-input software
SKK (Simple Kana Kanji Convertor) is a very fast and efficient Japanese input
method system, written in emacs-lisp.

This package is the skk-jisyo server.

WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/skk/index.html
1998-12-15T15:22:46+00:00 japanese/skk-tools Jisyo-tools for the SKK Japanese-input software
This package includes jisyo(conversion dictionary) management tools for
the SKK(Simple Kana Kanji Convertor), a very fast and efficient Japanese
input method system.

Read ${PREFIX}/share/doc/skk/README.skktools for more detail.

WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/skk/
1998-12-15T15:22:46+00:00 japanese/skk-jisyo Jisyo (dictionary) files for the SKK Japanese-input software
SKK (Simple Kana Kanji Convertor) is a very fast and efficient Japanese
input method system, written in emacs-lisp. This package provides jisyo
files (kana-kanji conversion dictionaries).

WWW: http://openlab.jp/skk/
1998-12-15T15:22:46+00:00 japanese/skk-elisp Emacs-lisp frontend for the SKK Japanese-input software
SKK (Simple Kana Kanji Convertor) is a very fast and efficient Japanese input
method system, written in emacs-lisp. SKK runs on NEmacs (Japanized Emacs18),
Mule (MULtilingual Emacs), and Demacs (DOS version of Emacs18/NEmacs).

WWW: http://skk.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp/skk/

This package is Emacs-lisp frontend for the SKK.
1998-12-15T15:22:46+00:00 japanese/ddskk Simple Kana to Kanji conversion program on Emacsen
SKK (Simple Kana to Kanji conversion program) is a very fast
and efficient Japanese input method system, written in emacs-lisp.
SKK runs on Emacsen with Mule features.

This input-method toggle key-binding is C-x C-j.
And tutorial mode key-binding is C-x t.

WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/skk/
1998-12-13T19:17:33+00:00 japanese/netscape47-communicator
This is the netscape web-surfboard.
Please read the file `/usr/local/lib/netscape/LICENSE'
for the licensing terms.

This port's explanation (written in Japanese):
WWW: http://home.jp.freebsd.org/~sada/ports/netscape.html

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-13T14:27:06+00:00 editors/emacs20-dl GNU editing macros with dynamic loading module function (binary only)
GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor (emacs binary only).

This package's emacs has a dynamic loading module function.
And XIM function which emacs already has is fixed.

Emacs binary is:
${PREFIX}/bin/emacs-dl-20.7

Dynamic loading patch:
ftp://ftp.m17n.org/mule/dynamic-loading/emacs-20.4-dl3.diff.gz

WWW: http://www.m17n.org/mule/dynamic-loading/

--- Ported by shige@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-12-13T13:52:58+00:00 x11-fonts/p5-type1inst Script that helps install Postscript fonts in X Window System
This is a little hack I wrote to help in setting up new Type 1 PostScript
fonts for use with X. It automatically constructs the fonts.scale file which
X uses to identify fonts in can use the current directory. Previously you
had to write this file by hand which is unacceptable if you have lots of
fonts.

The program can also generate Fontmap entries for Ghostscript (which can
then be put in the global Fontmap to speed up startup times) and it can
produce font sample sheets as well.

Please be warned that this is beta quality software and has limitations. I
think you will, however, find it useful and the bugs will go away over time
if people help me with it.

Reports of success or otherwise welcomed at the address below.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

James Macnicol (J.Macnicol@student.anu.edu.au)
1998-12-13T03:38:16+00:00 japanese/tgif2tex Converting texts in figure by tgif to LaTeX commands (for Japanese)
Tgif2tex allows us to use LaTeX commands in figures drawn by Tgif. It
extracts strings and their positions from the figure and converts it
in picture environment of the LaTeX. It also converts other
components of the figure such as lines, circles, ovals, etc into EPS.

Execute the following commands for example.

% cd /usr/local/share/doc/tgif2tex
% tgif2tex example.obj
% latex example.tex
% xdvi example.tex

Detailed document /usr/local/share/doc/tgif2tex/how-to-use.tex
(written in Japanese [JIS code]) is available. To typeset it, execute
'make' in the directory /usr/local/share/doc/tgif2tex.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1998-12-13T03:36:35+00:00 print/tgif2tex Converting texts in figure by tgif to LaTeX commands
Tgif2tex allows us to use LaTeX commands in figures drawn by Tgif. It
extracts strings and their positions from the figure and converts it
in picture environment of the LaTeX. It also converts other
components of the figure such as lines, circles, ovals, etc into EPS.

WWW: http://www.cs.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~nakano/tgif2tex/
1998-12-12T22:17:48+00:00 math/spin
Spin is an efficient on-the-fly verification system
(a `model checker') for asynchronous concurrent systems,
such as data communication protocols, distributed operating
systems, database systems, etc.
It can be used to prove both safety and liveness properties,
including all correctness requirements expressible in linear
time temporal logic.
Spin uses a high level language to specify systems descriptions,
called PROMELA (PROcess MEta LAnguage).
1998-12-12T22:17:48+00:00 devel/spin On-the-fly verification system for asynchronous concurrent systems
Spin is an efficient on-the-fly verification system
(a `model checker') for asynchronous concurrent systems,
such as data communication protocols, distributed operating
systems, database systems, etc.
It can be used to prove both safety and liveness properties,
including all correctness requirements expressible in linear
time temporal logic.
Spin uses a high level language to specify systems descriptions,
called PROMELA (PROcess MEta LAnguage).
WWW: http://spinroot.com
1998-12-12T15:09:17+00:00 graphics/GIFgraph A Perl package to generate PNG charts
This is GIFgraph, a package to generate PNG charts,
using Lincoln Stein's GD.pm.
1998-12-12T03:40:04+00:00 news/fidogate Fido-Internet Gateway and Tosser
* Fido-Internet Gateway
* Fido FTN-FTN Gateway
* Fido Mail Processor
* Fido File Processor
* Fido Areafix/Filefix

WWW: http://fidogate.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-11T16:02:40+00:00 x11/xcolorsel X utility to translate rgb values into X color names
xcolorsel is a X-Utility based on this widget that allows you to display such
files ( /usr/lib/X11/rgb.txt by default ) together with tiles showing how the
color looks on your screen. Also a programmer may (like with xfontsel) cut
the color names/definitions in various formats (Colorformats and formats for
resourcefiles or C-sources) und paste them directly in his source codes.
1998-12-11T15:22:46+00:00 sysutils/wmmon WindowMaker dockable system load/performance monitor
WMMon monitors the realtime CPU load as well the average system load and gives
you some nice additional features too...

WMMon currently provides:

* Realtime CPU 'stress' meter;
* Average systemload, like xload & wmavgload;
* Average systemload graphic is autoscaling;
* Realtime Disk I/O 'stress' meter;
* Average Disk I/O load grapic (autoscaling);
* Realtime total Mem & Swap usage meters;
* System uptime display;
* Realtime cycling through all monitor modes;
* Can lauch 3 user definable commands through ~/.wmmonrc;
* Can be started multiple times;
* Commandline options for help (-h), version (-v),
start mode (-i & -s) and display (-d);
1998-12-11T12:52:21+00:00 graphics/sketch 3D Scene Description Translator
Sketch is a small, simple system for producing line drawings of two- or
three-dimensional solid objects and scenes. It began as a way to make
illustrations for a textbook after we could find no suitable tool for
this purpose. Existing scene processors emphasized GUIs and/or
photo-realism, both un-useful to us. We wanted to produce finely wrought,
mathematically-based illustrations with no extraneous detail. The input
language is reminiscent of PSTricks, so will be easy to learn for current
PSTricks users.

WWW: http://www.frontiernet.net/~eugene.ressler/
1998-12-11T12:52:21+00:00 graphics/skencil Interactive drawing program
Skencil is an interactive vector drawing program for X (similar to XFig
or tgif). It is written almost completely in Python, an object oriented
interpreted programming language.

This is a stable release. It is quite featureful and usable, but there
are still things missing that I want in a 1.0 release, hence the low
version number.

Skencil was originally named "Sketch" and the name "Sketch" is still
used is many places.

WWW: http://www.skencil.org/
1998-12-10T18:02:53+00:00 java/jikes Java source to byte-code compiler made available by IBM
This is jikes, a java source to byte-code compiler. The compiler has been
made available by IBM under their open-source license, please see:

WWW: http://jikes.sf.net/

for details. To operate, the CLASSPATH environment variable must typically
be set to a colon-delimited list of source directories, class directories,
or zip files. Note that jikes will complain if a non-existant directory or
file is specified in CLASSPATH.

===============

// This software is subject to the terms of the IBM Jikes Compiler Open"
// Source License Agreement available at the following URL:"
// http://www.ibm.com/research/jikes."
// Copyright (C) 1996, 1998, International Business Machines Corporation"
// and others. All Rights Reserved."
// You must accept the terms of that agreement to use this software."
1998-12-09T05:44:06+00:00 audio/wmcdplay A CD player for the WindowMaker dock
CD player designed for WindowMaker

WWW: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/2471/files/
1998-12-09T05:20:02+00:00 mail/balsa2 A mail reader for the GNOME 2 desktop
A mail reader for GNOME 2. It supports local mail, pop3, and IMAP. It can
view mail files in mbox, maildir, and mh format.

The pop3 support is not complete. All mail retrieved will be left on the
server, and hence retrieved again if not deleted through some other pop3
client. Using fetchmail would be recommended to retrieve pop3 mail.

Balsa is probably not fully usable as one's primary mail client at this
time. However, it is under active development and fits with other gnome
applications.

WWW: http://balsa.gnome.org/
1998-12-09T05:20:02+00:00 mail/balsa Mail reader for the GNOME desktop
Balsa is a mail reader for the GNOME Desktop. It supports many features:

* Support for local mailbox formats: mbox, maildir, mh
* Allows nested mailboxes
* Support for POP3 and IMAP mail access protocols
* Printing
* Spell Checking
* Multi-threaded mail retrevial (optional)
* MIME support (view images inline, save parts)
* Supports SMTP and/or use of local MTA, ie. Sendmail
* Address Book that integrates with GnomeCard
* Highly configurable
* Active, open development
* Multiple character sets for composing and reading messages
* Allows file attachments to outgoing messages
* GPG/OpenPGP mail signing and encryption

WWW: http://pawsa.fedorapeople.org/balsa/
1998-12-09T05:11:56+00:00 devel/libPropList Property library for gnome and Window Maker
This library is necessary for property settings for some gnome applications.

The purpose of PL is to closely mimic the behaviour of the property
lists used in GNUstep/OPENSTEP (there formed with the NSString,
NSData, NSArray and NSDictionary classes) and to be compatible with
it. PL enables programs that use configuration or preference files to
make these compatible with GNUstep/OPENSTEP's user defaults handling
mechanism, without needing to use Objective-C or GNUstep/OPENSTEP
themselves.
1998-12-08T21:08:28+00:00 print/jadetex TeX backend for Jade, for typesetting SGML documents
This is JadeTeX, a TeX backend for Jade.

JadeTeX enables you to produce formatted output of documents written
with the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). JadeTeX uses
tex to produce Device Independent (DVI) output; from there, you can
produce high quality hardcopy. JadeTeX also uses pdftex to produce
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) versions of your documents,
complete with hyperlinks, and suitable for distribution on the World
Wide Web and other media.

To use JadeTex, run your SGML document, its Document Type Definition
(DTD), and its Document Style Semantics and Specification Language
(DSSSL) specification, through jade with the "-t tex" option. Then,
to produce a DVI file, run

etex "&jadetex" <file>.tex

To produce a PDF file, run

pdftex "&pdfjadetex" <file>.tex

WWW: http://jadetex.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-08T04:18:08+00:00 net/nttcp A client/server program for testing network performance
This program is a much more convient version of the ttcp program.
It uses inetd (or simulates its behaviour) to start off the remote
side program which will send/receive data. Both sides measure the time
and number of bytes transfered. The local side will print the measures.
The format of the output can be specified on the commandline.

WWW: http://www.leo.org/~bartel/nttcp/

Bill Fumerola <billf@chc-chimes.com>
1998-12-08T04:18:08+00:00 benchmarks/nttcp Client/server program for testing network performance
This program is a much more convient version of the ttcp program.
It uses inetd (or simulates its behaviour) to start off the remote
side program which will send/receive data. Both sides measure the time
and number of bytes transfered. The local side will print the measures.
The format of the output can be specified on the commandline.
1998-12-07T22:05:40+00:00 editors/yudit Multi-lingual Unicode text editor with TTF support
yudit is a unicode text editor for the X Window System.
It does not need localized environment or unicode fonts.
It supports simultanious processing of many languages,
input methods, conversions for local character standards.
The package includes conversion utilities, and it also
has support for postscript printing.

WWW: http://www.yudit.org/
1998-12-06T14:11:53+00:00 cad/geda GPL Electronic Design Automation tools
The GPL Electronic Design Automation (gEDA) project has produced and
continues working on a full GPL'd suite and toolkit of Electronic
Design Automation tools. These tools are used for electrical circuit
design, schematic capture, simulation, prototyping, and production.
Currently, the gEDA project offers a mature suite of free software
applications for electronics design, including schematic capture,
attribute management, bill of materials (BOM) generation, netlisting
into over 20 netlist formats, analog and digital simulation, and
printed circuit board (PCB) layout.

The gEDA/gaf suite provides schematic capture, netlisting, bill of
materials generation, and many other features.

WWW: http://www.gpleda.org/
1998-12-06T14:06:05+00:00 sysutils/glload Gl base load monitor
GL based load monitor.
1998-12-06T12:19:18+00:00 russian/xruskb Keyboard layout switcher and indicator
Short description of Xrus
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Xrus - program for switching two keyboard layouts with a hot
key combination. It also serves as autolock.
It can be compiled with Motif, Lesstif, Xaw or without any
widget library. In the later case it won't show its icon with
keyboard indicator.
It gets all keyboard and mouse events; when a particular hot
key combination is pressed, it swaps 1,2 and 3,4 columns of
keyboard map. When a timeout without keyboard and mouse events
passes, it starts a locker.

WWW: http://lav.yar.ru/
1998-12-05T17:08:12+00:00 games/antipolix Simple multiplayer game for X Window System
This game is played in a parallelepipede containing PxNxN little
cubes. You can first consider this 3D board as P 2D checkerboards of
NxN squares. From 2 up to 10 players can confront each other.
Each player begins with a certain number of pieces (or armies) that
he has to move and make attack. One of his pieces represents him-self
(or the chief, or the king, or anything you want). If this piece die,
the player is eliminated. The last player staying alive wins.
Messages can be sent to the other players , so that alliances can be
implemented. A special timer assures that the game remains dynamic.
1998-12-05T16:31:22+00:00 graphics/gifsicle Manipulates GIF images and animations
gifsicle is a powerful command-line program for manipulating GIF image
files. Extensive options let you control what exactly it does.

WWW: http://www.lcdf.org/gifsicle/
1998-12-05T14:10:52+00:00 russian/gd Graphics library for fast image creation with KOI8-U support
from the man page:

gd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images
complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from
other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a .PNG file.
This is particularly useful in World Wide Web applications, where .PNG
is the format used for inline images.

gd is not a paint program. [...]

gd does not provide for every possible desirable graphics operation. It
is not necessary or desirable for gd to become a kitchen-sink graphics
package, but version 1.3 incorporates most of the commonly requested
features for an 8-bit 2D package. Support for scalable fonts, and
truecolor images, JPEG and PNG is planned for version 2.0.
[...]
gd was written by Thomas Boutell and is currently distributed by
boutell.com, Inc.

WWW: http://www.boutell.com/gd/

This port draws text using fonts in Russian KOI8-R encoding.
--
Sergey Groznyh <gsm@infosite.ru>
1998-12-05T10:02:03+00:00 audio/ascd Dockable CD player for AfterStep or WindowMaker
ascd is a CD player that can be "docked" on the Afterstep Wharf or the
Window Maker dock.

WWW: http://worldserver.oleane.com/rsn/ascd-en.html
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-WSNA A X True Type Server for X98 WSNA Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 WSNA Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-WABS A X True Type Server for X98 WABS Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 WABS Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-WABEP A X True Type Server for X98 WABEP Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 WABEP Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-TGUI A X True Type Server for X98 TGUI Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 TGUI Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-SVGA A X True Type Server for X98 SVGA Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 SVGA Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-PWSKB A X True Type Server for X98 PWSKB Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 PWSKB Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-PWLB A X True Type Server for X98 PWLB Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 PWLB Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-NKVNEC A X True Type Server for X98 NKVNEC Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 NKVNEC Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-NECS3 A X True Type Server for X98 NECS3 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 NECS3 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-NEC480 A X True Type Server for X98 NEC480 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 NEC480 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-MGA A X True Type Server for X98 MGA Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 MGA Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-GANBWAP A X True Type Server for X98 GANBWAP Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 GANBWAP Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-GA968 A X True Type Server for X98 GA968 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 GA968 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T06:12:38+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF98srv-EGC A X True Type Server for X98 EGC Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for X98 EGC Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-12-05T05:35:47+00:00 sysutils/libretto-config Libretto BIOS Setting Program
libretto-config - Libretto BIOS Setting Program

The `libretto-config' is a utility program to configure the BIOS
setting of the mini notebook computer, Toshiba Libretto. Changes to
the setting are immediately done, so rebooting is not necessary.
I don't know whether these programs work on any other machines but
Libretto. In case of Toshiba's notebook machines, some function may
work.

*** Disclaimer *****************************************************
The information used to write these programs was obtained by
analyzing Libretto individually, not provided by Toshiba. Therefore,
they might contain fatal bugs and might cause damages to your
Libretto. You can use them freely but the authors are not
responsible for the programs. Redistribution of the programs are not
restricted, but you must attach this caution and the source.
********************************************************************

The original program were written by Mr. Iizuka
(PXN02133@niftyserve.or.jp), which rewrite the CMOS setting directly.
Mr. Nomura (GBB00111@niftyserve.or.jp) have extended the program to
support SMI and BIOS calling. Thanks.
I, Ishioka, combined programs to the package. If you have any troubles,
bug reports, or requests, please notify me.
1998-12-04T08:13:06+00:00 net/argus A generic IP network transaction auditing tool
Argus is a generic IP network transaction auditing tool that has been used
by thousands of sites to perform a number of powerful network management
tasks that are currently not possible using commercial network management
tools.

Argus runs as an application level daemon, promiscuously reading network
datagrams from a specified interface, and generates network traffic audit
records for the network activity that it encounters. It is the way that
Argus categorizes and reports on network activity that makes this tool
unique and powerful.

WWW: http://www.qosient.com/argus/
1998-12-04T08:13:06+00:00 net-mgmt/argus A generic IP network transaction auditing tool
Argus is a generic IP network transaction auditing tool that has been used
by thousands of sites to perform a number of powerful network management
tasks that are currently not possible using commercial network management
tools.

Argus runs as an application level daemon, promiscuously reading network
datagrams from a specified interface, and generates network traffic audit
records for the network activity that it encounters. It is the way that
Argus categorizes and reports on network activity that makes this tool
unique and powerful.

WWW: http://www.qosient.com/argus/
1998-12-03T11:06:34+00:00 net/wmnet Network bandwidth monitor intended for the WindowMaker dock
This application displays the data rate through a given network
interface. It is intended to be run from the WindowMaker dock,
but others have run it under the fvwm and AfterStep window managers.

Information about this software can be found on my web page:

WWW: http://www.enteract.com/~rneswold/
1998-12-01T23:11:12+00:00 archivers/lzo2 Portable speedy, lossless data compression library
LZO is a data compression library which is suitable for data
de-/compression in real-time. This means it favours speed over
compression ratio.

LZO implements a number of algorithms with the following features:
+ Decompression is simple and *very* fast.
+ Requires no memory for decompression.
+ Compression is pretty fast.
+ Requires 64 kB of memory for compression.
+ Allows you to dial up extra compression at a speed cost in the
compressor. The speed of the decompressor is not reduced.
+ Includes compression levels for generating pre-compressed data
which achieve a quite competitive compression ratio.
+ There is also a compression level which needs only 8 kB for
compression.
+ Algorithm is thread safe.
+ Algorithm is lossless.

WWW: http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/
1998-12-01T23:11:12+00:00 archivers/lzo Portable speedy, lossless data compression library
LZO is a data compression library which is suitable for data
de-/compression in real-time. This means it favours speed over
compression ratio.

LZO implements a number of algorithms with the following features:
+ Decompression is simple and *very* fast.
+ Requires no memory for decompression.
+ Compression is pretty fast.
+ Requires 64 kB of memory for compression.
+ Allows you to dial up extra compression at a speed cost in the
compressor. The speed of the decompressor is not reduced.
+ Includes compression levels for generating pre-compressed data
which achieve a quite competitive compression ratio.
+ There is also a compression level which needs only 8 kB for
compression.
+ Algorithm is thread safe.
+ Algorithm is lossless.

Author: Markus Franz Xaver Johannes Oberhumer
markus.oberhumer@jk.uni-linz.ac.at

WWW: http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/
1998-12-01T22:33:47+00:00 audio/lame Fast MP3 encoder kit
LAME is an highly evolved LGPL MP3 encoder with quality and speed able to
rival state of the art commercial encoders.

WWW: http://lame.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-01T22:25:41+00:00 mail/mbx2mbox MS Outlook Express .mbx to mbox file converter
mbx2mbox converts Microsoft Outlook Express .mbx files into
standard mail files (mbox) that programs like Pine, Mutt, and
Netscape can parse.

Usage: mbx2mbox file1.mbx file2.mbx ...

WWW: http://mbx2mbox.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-01T22:11:59+00:00 ftp/axyftp X Window System FTP client, with WSftp-like UI
WXftp is an X Window System FTP client

Major features available in current (0.4.0) release:

o User-friendly, intuitive interface (both GTK+ and Motif).
o Passive data transfers
o Convenient session manager window
o On-line help system
o Recursive downloads with resume option
o Recursive uploads
o Multiple delete with option to recurse
o Auto-redial option

WXftp is copyright (c) 1998 by Alexander Yukhimets <alexy@edgarmail.com>.
All right under the copyright reserved.

WWW: http://www.wxftp.seul.org/
1998-12-01T21:03:18+00:00 graphics/gtksee Image viewer
A Image viewer based on X-Window system and GTK+. The main purpose
is to port ACD See, which is a very popular image viewer in M$
world, to Unix platform.

WWW: http://gtksee.berlios.de/
1998-12-01T11:59:36+00:00 net/dnsutl Programs to make using DNS easier
The dnsutl package is a bunch of programs I wrote to make
using DNS easier. These include:

dns-rev
Take the forward DNS mapping and generate the
reverse mapping.

dns-hosts
Take the forward DNS mapping and generate the
/etc/hosts file.

dns-ng
Take the forward DNS mapping and generate the
/etc/netgroup file.

All of these programs are both faster than shell scripts,
and more robust when faced with all the peculiar semantics
of DNS resource files.

WWW: http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~millerp/dnsutl/
1998-12-01T11:59:36+00:00 dns/dnsutl Programs to make using DNS easier
The dnsutl package is a collection tools to make administering DNS easier.
These include programs for:

* Generating the reverse DNS mapping by using the DNS forward mapping.
This is useful for producing a self-consistent DNS configuration.
* Generating the /etc/ethers file by using a bogus record type.
* Generating the /etc/hosts file by using the DNS forward mapping.
* Generating the /etc/bootptab file by using the MAC and IP information.
* Generating the /etc/netgroup file by using the DNS forward mapping.
* Generating the Sun /etc/bootparams file by using the MAC and IP information.
* Checking the new-style /etc/named.conf files for self-consistency.
* Checking the old-style /etc/named.boot files for self-consistency.
* Generating the DNS forward mapping by using the /etc/hosts file.
This could be a first step to configuring your DNS server.
* Generating the /etc/dhcp.conf file by using the MAC and IP information.

All of these programs are both faster than shell scripts, and more
robust when faced with all the peculiar semantics of DNS resource files.
They even understand the $include directive.

WWW: http://dnsutl.sourceforge.net/
1998-12-01T02:15:41+00:00 www/marc-search
Searches e-mail archives created by Earl Hood's MHonArc. Search
options include "From," "Subject," "Date," and "Message Body."
Returns results in a visually useful format, with matches printed
in bold. Search terms can be treated as a literal phrase or as
words to be joined by 'AND' or 'OR' booleans. The full suite of
Perl5 regular expressions is allowed. Allows user to set a limit
for the number of records to return on each page, with an option
to continue the search or start a new one. NOTE: searches are
non-indexed and therefore inefficient.
1998-11-24T22:43:40+00:00 sysutils/upsmon Basic UPS monitor for the APC SmartUPS devices
Designed specifically for the APC SmartUPS devices, the
software is dependent on the SmartUPS interface and will
only function with SmartUPS devices.

Provides the basic functions.
1998-11-24T10:24:27+00:00 net/netatalk-asun
netatalk-asun - File and Print Server for AppleTalk networks

Netatalk features include:
o Access to the UNIX file system for Macintosh and other systems with
AppleShare client software.
o Spool PostScript print jobs to the lpd(8) spool system via Printer Access
Protocol (PAP).
o Output PostScript print jobs from the lpd(8) spool system via Printer
Access Protocol (PAP).
o Filter PostScript, ASCII, and various other formats to PostScript,
including banner pages and page reversal.
o Route AppleTalk between multiple Ethernet interfaces.

Adrian Sun has added these improvements:
o Access to the file server via AFP-over-TCP.
o Support for volumes larger that 2GB.
o Randnum- and 2-Way Randnum authentication methods (courtesy S. Hirsch)
o Support for Apple II ProDOS.
o A number of bug fixes.

Don't install this port in parallel to net/netatalk; this will break both.
Requires AppleTalk support in the kernel (FreeBSD 2.2 or newer).

WWW: http://www.umich.edu/~rsug/netatalk/
1998-11-24T09:14:08+00:00 games/xmulti X11 mascot based on gal-game "To Heart"
xmulti/xmaid - mascot girl for X11

% xmaid [toolkit options] [-module modulename] [module options]

% xmaid [toolkit options] -mod mod_default [-alwaystop]
% xmulti [toolkit options] -mod nadenade
% xmulti [toolkit options] -mod focuswin [-justify (center|right|left)]
% xmulti [toolkit options] -mod osouji \
[-root [-drawroot] [-rootimage img] [-num n] [-incinf]]
% xmulti [toolkit options] -name nadewin

WWW: http://www.denpa.org/~go/xmulti/
1998-11-24T08:49:45+00:00 games/xhime Resident Himechan for X Window System
Xhime displays animation in X window system.
Xhime changes its animation when the user-defined special key is pressed.
Special key is pressed. The default special key is Return.
See also /usr/X11R6/share/doc/xhime.

WWW: http://www.tcp-ip.or.jp/~shochan/linux/xhime.html
1998-11-24T04:45:00+00:00 misc/lv Powerful Multilingual File Viewer
lv is a powerful multilingual file viewer. lv can decode and encode
multilingual streams through many coding systems, for example, ISO
2022 based coding systems such as iso-2022-jp, and Unicode streams
encoded in UTF-7 or UTF-8. lv can be used not only as a file viewer
but also as a coding-system translation filter.

lv can recognize multi-bytes patterns as regular expressions, and lv
also provides multilingual grep (1) functionality by giving it another
name, lgrep.

WWW: https://github.com/ttdoda/lv
1998-11-23T14:13:26+00:00 security/gnupg1 The GNU Privacy Guard (minimalist "classic" version)
GnuPG is a complete and free replacement for PGP. This is the "classic"
version, which doesn't support newer algorithms, but also has very
few dependencies. Use security/gnupg unless you're sure you want thisone.

GnuPG allows encrypting and signing your data and communication, and
features a versatile key management system as well as access modules
for many public key directories. GnuPG, also known as GPG, is a command
line tool with features for easy integration with other applications.

WWW: https://www.gnupg.org/
1998-11-23T14:13:26+00:00 security/gnupg Complete and free PGP implementation
GnuPG is a complete and free replacement for PGP. This is the "stable"
version.

GnuPG allows encrypting and signing your data and communication, and
features a versatile key management system as well as access modules
for many public key directories. GnuPG, also known as GPG, is a command
line tool with features for easy integration with other applications.

WWW: https://www.gnupg.org/
1998-11-23T00:35:43+00:00 net/nocol Network/Service monitoring software
NOCOL/NetConsole (Network Operation Center On-Line) is a network monitoring
package that runs on Unix platforms and is capable of monitoring network and
system variables such as ICMP or RPC reachability, RMON variables,
nameservers, ethernet load, port reachability, host performance, SNMP traps,
modem line usage, appletalk & novell routes/services, BGP peers, syslog
files, etc. The software is extensible and new monitors can be added easily.

WWW: http://www.netplex-tech.com/software/nocol/

--
Brad Hendrickse
bradh@uunet.co.za
1998-11-23T00:35:43+00:00 net-mgmt/nocol Network/Service monitoring software
NOCOL/NetConsole (Network Operation Center On-Line) is a network monitoring
package that runs on Unix platforms and is capable of monitoring network and
system variables such as ICMP or RPC reachability, RMON variables,
nameservers, ethernet load, port reachability, host performance, SNMP traps,
modem line usage, appletalk & novell routes/services, BGP peers, syslog
files, etc. The software is extensible and new monitors can be added easily.

WWW: http://www.netplex-tech.com/software/nocol/
1998-11-22T22:33:31+00:00 textproc/man2html Convert nroff(1) man pages to HTML
Convert UNIX nroff(1) manual pages to HTML format.

WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/man2html/
1998-11-22T22:31:23+00:00 www/netscape3-gold ${.CURDIR}/pkg-comment
1998-11-22T17:12:38+00:00 net/ppp-nt
User process PPP with Multiprotocol NAT and Time schedule extention.
Based on the PPP program for FreeBSD 2.2.7-RELEASE.

The NAT extention is from
WWW: http://configure.sh/FreeBSD/NAT/nat-old2.html
Example setup line: "set taddr 192.168.0.0/24"

The time schedule extention is from
WWW: http://www.bremen.or.jp/shigeru/FreeBSD/ppp.html
Example setup line: "set schedule deny 7:58 23:01"

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-11-22T13:40:16+00:00 x11-clocks/astime Time/Date applet for WindowMaker
This is a very nice clock that runs in the WindowMaker "dock". Either
digital or analog clock faces can be specified.
1998-11-22T03:55:03+00:00 japanese/jhd Japanese Hexdecimal Dump
Jhd is a 'Japanese Hexdecimal Dump' command. This is for EUC KANJI
code, as default.

Example

% jhd -j EUC_FILE
1998-11-21T03:27:53+00:00 japanese/ng Light Emacs-clone with Japanese support
Ng is a very light weight Emacs clone editor, written in C. It doesn't
have Lisp(that means very limited customization is available). Since you
can invoke it very quickly (compared with real GNU Emacs), it is useful
in dealing with changing small file a bit.

Ng(Nihongo Micro Gnu Emacs) is a Mg(Micro Gnu Emacs)'s japanese port.
Ng supports EUC, JIS and SJIS code. Ng also have (rather simple) C-mode.

It is also very useful even if you don't need Japanese support.

WWW: http://tt.sakura.ne.jp/~amura/ng/
1998-11-21T03:27:53+00:00 japanese/ng-devel Light Emacs-clone with Japanese support
Ng is a very light weight Emacs clone editor, written in C. It doesn't
have Lisp, so only limited customization is possible. Since you can invoke
it very quickly (compared with real GNU Emacs), it is particularly useful
for editing files that only require small changes.

Ng(Nihongo Micro Gnu Emacs) is a Mg (Micro Gnu Emacs)'s japanese port.
Ng supports EUC, JIS and SJIS code. Ng also have (rather simple) C-mode.
It is also very useful even if you don't need Japanese support.

WWW: http://tt.sakura.ne.jp/~amura/ng/
1998-11-21T01:30:56+00:00 x11/xlogout Simple logout button
The xlogout program displays a small button that simply waits until
being pressed before exiting. This can be useful when run as the
initial client from xdm or xinit.
1998-11-20T04:16:48+00:00 print/c2ps-a4
1998-11-20T04:16:48+00:00 print/a2ps-letterdj
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/psutils-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/mp-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/lprps-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/enscript-letterdj
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/enscript-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/a2ps43-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 print/a2ps-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 math/R-a4
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/vfxdvi600
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/vfxdvi400
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/vfxdvi360
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/vfxdvi240
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/vfxdvi118
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 japanese/kon2-14dot
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 graphics/gimp-manual-ps
1998-11-20T04:15:15+00:00 graphics/gimp-manual-pdf
1998-11-19T21:38:24+00:00 sysutils/webmin Web-based interface for system administration for Unix
Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix.
Using any browser that supports tables and forms, you can setup
user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on.

Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs
which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and
/etc/master.passwd.

WWW: http://www.webmin.com/
1998-11-19T17:00:26+00:00 graphics/gtkfig Figure-drawing tool
GTKFIG is a figure-drawing tool. It aims to do what can be done with xfig,
texcad and SmartDraw (TM) (a scheme drawing tool for MS Windows).

GTKFIG is not:
- Bitmap graphic editor
- Vector graphic editor (like Corel)
- CAD system
1998-11-19T09:27:59+00:00 irc/xchat2 An X11 IRC client using the GTK+ 2 toolkit
XChat is a graphical IRC client. It requires a computer running a
UNIX-like OS and the X Window System (X11), and the GTK 2 library. It can
also use Perl and (optionally) Python scripts.

WWW: http://xchat.org/
1998-11-19T09:27:59+00:00 irc/xchat1 X11 IRC client using the GTK+ toolkit, and optionally, GNOME
XChat is a graphical IRC client. It requires a computer running a
UNIX-like OS and the X Window System (X11), and the GTK library. It can
also (optionally) take advantage of GNOME and use Perl and Python
scripts.

WWW: http://xchat.org/
1998-11-19T09:27:59+00:00 irc/xchat X11 IRC client using the GTK+ 2 toolkit
XChat is a graphical IRC client. It requires a computer running a
UNIX-like OS and the X Window System (X11), and the GTK 2 library. It can
also use Perl and (optionally) Python scripts.

WWW: http://xchat.org/
1998-11-19T09:27:59+00:00 irc/xchat-gnome An IRC client for GNOME 2 (development version)
Note that xchat-gnome is very young project and is under heavy development.
You can consider xchat-gnome as alpha software, not that its unstable
but in lack of (not-yet) implemented features.

Xchat-gnome is a fork of the popular xchat irc client.
But the difference between the two is that xchat-gnome aims at better
gnome integration.

For help see the website or visit #xchat-gnome on irc.freenode.net

WWW: http://xchat-gnome.navi.cx/
1998-11-19T09:27:59+00:00 irc/xchat-devel
XChat is a graphical IRC client. It requires a computer running a
UNIX-like OS and the X Window System (X11), and the GTK library. It can
also (optionally) take advantage of GNOME and use Perl and Python
scripts.

WWW: http://xchat.org/

- Jim <jim@FreeBSD.org>
1998-11-19T08:47:28+00:00 japanese/truetypefonts Japanese TrueType Fonts
Japanese TrueType Fonts
1998-11-19T08:01:50+00:00 japanese/micq
A text-based implementation of ICQ, independant of Mirabilis.
Currently does not offer chat. Still appears rough: There's no
command-line editing, and ANSI color codes are hardcoded in the
program.

- Seiichirou Hiraoka
flathill@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-11-19T07:39:16+00:00 japanese/gicq GTK based ICQ program
For lack of a better name, I'm referring to this program as "gicq",
since it's intended to eventually be a clone of the popular chat client
"ICQ" by Mirabilis Ltd. (http://www.mirabilis.com) and it utilizes the
GTK toolkit (http://www.gtk.org).

You must already have an ICQ number to use this. When you launch
gicq, choose "Online" from the status selector at the bottom of the
window. The first time, you'll be prompted for your ICQ number and
password. IMPORTANT: you must enter your ICQ number - NOT your
nickname.

WWW: http://gicq.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-19T07:33:02+00:00 japanese/libicq Library to add ICQ communication support to your software
libicq is based on micq and is intended to make it easy to add ICQ
communication support to your software.

micq is available at ftp://micq.ml.org/pub/micq/

WWW: http://www.montana.com/gabriel/gicq/
1998-11-19T07:09:00+00:00 net/gicq GTK based ICQ program
For lack of a better name, I'm referring to this program as "gicq",
since it's intended to eventually be a clone of the popular chat client
"ICQ" by Mirabilis Ltd. (http://www.mirabilis.com) and it utilizes the
GTK toolkit (http://www.gtk.org).

You must already have an ICQ number to use this. When you launch
gicq, choose "Online" from the status selector at the bottom of the
window. The first time, you'll be prompted for your ICQ number and
password. IMPORTANT: you must enter your ICQ number - NOT your
nickname.

See also: http://gicq.sourceforge.net/

WWW: http://www.korsoft.com/gicq/

- Seiichirou Hiraoka
flathill@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-11-19T07:09:00+00:00 net-im/gicq GTK based ICQ program
For lack of a better name, I'm referring to this program as "gicq",
since it's intended to eventually be a clone of the popular chat client
"ICQ" by Mirabilis Ltd. (http://www.mirabilis.com) and it utilizes the
GTK toolkit (http://www.gtk.org).

You must already have an ICQ number to use this. When you launch
gicq, choose "Online" from the status selector at the bottom of the
window. The first time, you'll be prompted for your ICQ number and
password. IMPORTANT: you must enter your ICQ number - NOT your
nickname.

See also: http://gicq.sourceforge.net/

WWW: http://www.korsoft.com/gicq/
1998-11-19T07:03:11+00:00 net/libicq Library to add ICQ communication support to your software
libicq is based on micq and is intended to make it easy to add ICQ
communication support to your software.

micq is available at ftp://www.micq.org/pub/micq/

WWW: http://gicq.sourceforge.net/

- Seiichirou Hiraoka
flathill@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-11-19T07:03:11+00:00 net-im/libicq Library to add ICQ communication support to your software
libicq is based on micq and is intended to make it easy to add ICQ
communication support to your software.

micq is available at ftp://www.micq.org/pub/micq/

WWW: http://gicq.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-18T22:15:06+00:00 net/ciscoconf Fetches configuration from Cisco routers and stores them under RCS
Ciscoconf automagically fetches configuration from Cisco routers whenever
syslog indicates that a change has been made, and stores them under RCS.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information, or to foward comments or details of problems, please
contact Joe Abley <jabley@automagic.org>.
1998-11-18T22:15:06+00:00 net-mgmt/ciscoconf Fetches configuration from Cisco routers and stores them under RCS
Ciscoconf automagically fetches configuration from Cisco routers whenever
syslog indicates that a change has been made, and stores them under RCS.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information, or to foward comments or details of problems, please
contact Joe Abley <jabley@automagic.org>.
1998-11-18T21:02:48+00:00 textproc/htdig WWW indexing and searching system
The ht://Dig system is a complete world wide web indexing and
searching system for a domain or intranet. This system is not meant
to replace the need for powerful internet-wide search systems like
Yahoo! or Google. Instead it is meant to cover the needs for a
single company, campus, or even a sub section of a web site.

As opposed to some WAIS-based or web-server based search engines,
ht://Dig can span many web servers as long as they all understand
the HTTP 1.0 protocol.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/htdig/
1998-11-18T15:50:24+00:00 print/pnm2ppa Convert PNM images to PPA for some HP printers
This software creates output using the PPA (printer performance
architecture) protocol. This protocol is used by some HP "Windows-only"
printers, including the HP Deskjet 820C series, the HP DeskJet 720 series,
and the HP DeskJet 1000 series. It has been tested on all three printers,
but your personal experience (positive or negative) is very much appreciated!

WWW: http://pnm2ppa.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-18T15:50:24+00:00 print/pbm2ppa
This software creates output using the PPA (printer performance
architecture) protocol. This protocol is used by some HP "Windows-only"
printers, including the HP Deskjet 820C series, the HP DeskJet 720 series,
and the HP DeskJet 1000 series. It has been tested on all three printers,
but your personal experience (positive or negative) is very much appreciated!
1998-11-18T09:56:43+00:00 graphics/xpx Simple pixel editing tool to generate data for KISS
Xpx is a simple pixel editing tool to make datas for KISS,
run under X Winodw System on Unix workstation.
KISS - KISekae Set system is a paper doll changing clothes program for
NEC PC-9801, IBM-PC/AT compatible, MS-Windows, X Window System
and other many computer systems.

Let's create KISS datas on X Window System!

WWW: http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~yav/soft/
1998-11-18T09:48:01+00:00 graphics/xmagv Viewer for X Window System
xmagv display the MAG format image.

WWW: http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~yav/soft/
1998-11-18T04:06:12+00:00 emulators/xsystem35 AliceSoft System 3.5/3.6/3.8/3.9 on X Window System
Xsystem35 is AliceSoft System 3.5/3.6/3.8/3.9 implementation on X Window System

WWW: http://8ne.sakura.ne.jp:20008/chika/unitbase/xsys35/
1998-11-17T21:53:22+00:00 misc/gtkfind GTK front-end to find(1)
gtkfind is the program to use when you don't want to have to remember all
the options to find(1). It is a graphical program that allows you to
search for files and (optionally) perform operations on them. You can
search for files by using wildcards, by matching file types and/or
permissions, etc. gtkfind requires X and the GTK+ toolkit. It is still
under development, but has reached a stage where it is actually useful.
1998-11-17T20:46:44+00:00 security/portscanner A simple and easy to use TCP port scanner
PortScanner is a simple and easy to use TCP port scanner. It is usually used to
log the running servers on a remote machine for security purposes and to help
people find services.

WWW: http://www.ameth.org/~veilleux/
1998-11-17T04:53:17+00:00 biology/tinker General purpose molecular modelling package
Tinker is a set of small programs for doing general purpose molecular
modeling calculations. Tools are included for energy minimizations,
geometry calculations, simulated annealing, molecular dynamics, and
molecular analysis calculations. Tools for converting coordinate sets
are also provided. Tinker employs several force fields and minimization
techniques.

This port sets the maxatm value to 2500 atoms. This should be
sufficient for most molecular systems. Should you need to work with
larger systems you can set the maxatm parameter in the sizes.i file
located in the tinker/source directory and recompile. Note that if it
is set too large that tinker programs will abort and core dump.

For more information about Tinker see:

WWW: http://dasher.wustl.edu/tinker/
1998-11-16T20:38:21+00:00 graphics/qcread Supports both color and B&W parallel-port Connectix QuickCam for PC
This program supports both color and B&W parallel-port Connectix QuickCam
for PC All modes are supported except color QuickCam "thousands colors"
compressed download and 640x480 "billions colors" mode. "Thousands" is
unsupported because of the lack of information and will be added if
Connectix will give the documentation on it to developers in the same or
similar way, the documentation on other modes was given that made this
program possible. "Billions colors" will be supported in later releases.

WWW: http://mars.illtel.denver.co.us/pub/qcread/README.html
1998-11-16T16:05:55+00:00 net/gnosamba Samba configuration tool for X Window System
GnoSamba is a GUI tool for the Configuration of the Samba,
the SMB file server on X11/Unix. It will read, edit and
write /usr/local/etc/smb.conf, an alternate configuration
file, or from a network. It uses the GTK Toolkit and
Gnome-libs.

This is an early development release, not all functionality
is implemented. It will let you edit any existing
parameter from a text entry, but without any checking.
1998-11-16T15:47:10+00:00 audio/gqmpeg Another gtk-based MP3 frontend
A GTK-based mp3 front-end. Uses mpg123 for decoding and supports
winamp themes.

WWW: http://gqmpeg.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-16T15:47:10+00:00 audio/gqmpeg-devel Another gtk-based MP3 frontend
A GTK-based mp3 front-end. Uses mpg123 for decoding and supports
winamp themes.

WWW: http://gqmpeg.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-16T15:43:35+00:00 databases/gmysql GTK+ frontend for mysql
gmysql is a program that allows the user to connect to a MySQL
database and modify its design in the following ways:

* add or remove tables;
* add or remove columns or indices;
* modify columns or indices while preserving the data in them where possible.

It is also possible to add and remove databases.
1998-11-16T15:37:33+00:00 games/fkiss Freely enjoy childlike KISS, French-KISS!
This software fkiss - French-KISS! is a sample implementation of
KISekae Set system (KISS) for X Window System.
KISS is a software for playing Paper-doll on any computers.
"Kisekae" means "changing clothes".

For example, type
% fkiss /usr/local/share/examples/fkiss/frkismi4.lzh

WWW: http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~yav/soft/index.html#fkiss
1998-11-16T03:08:34+00:00 devel/libU77 Adds Fortran intrinsics missing from f2c
This library adds commonly used Fortran intrinsic functions to
allow a greater range of Fortran code to be compiled with f77,
ie., f2c/gcc.
1998-11-15T22:54:25+00:00 devel/pmake The parallel make(1) program from the Sprite project
This is the parallel make(1) program originally developed for the Sprite
operating system. You can also build this port with support for the
'customs' service. Customs is a load-balancing system designed for a
local area network of cooperating workstations.

NOTE: this software's copyright restricts its use to non-commercial
applications only.
1998-11-15T22:08:01+00:00 x11-wm/afterstep-i18n The NeXTstep clone window manager with Fontset support
AfterStep is a continuation of the BowMan window manager which was
originally put together by Bo Yang. BowMan was based on the fvwm window
manager, written by Robert Nation. Fvwm was based on code from twm. And so
on... It is designed to emulate some of the look and feel of the NeXTstep
user interface, while adding useful, requested, and neat features. The
changes which comprise AfterStep's personality were originally part of
BowMan development, but due to a desire to move past simple emulation and
into a niche as its own valuable window manager, the current designers
decided to change the project name and move on. BowMan development may
continue, but we will no longer be a part of it.

Major changes from fvwm are:

- NeXTstep-like title bar, title buttons, borders and corners. BowMan's
Wharf is a much worked-out version of GoodStuff. To avoid copyright
complications it is not called a "dock".
- NeXTstep style menu. However, the menus are not controlled by
applications; they are more of pop-up service lists on the root window.
- NeXTstep style icons. These styles are hard-coded in the program, which is
good for the consistent look of the NeXTstep interface.

This version of AfterStep can use fontset.

WWW: http://www.afterstep.org/
1998-11-15T21:25:16+00:00 net/pathchar LBNL Internet path characterization tool
Pathchar finds bandwidth, delay, average queue and loss rate
of hops between source and destination.

This tool, written by Van Jacobson (author of traceroute), is
alpha quality. Source code is not available.

WWW: http://www.caida.org/tools/utilities/others/pathchar/
1998-11-14T19:44:34+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-Parser Perl extension interface to James Clark's XML parser, expat
Perl extension interface to James Clark's XML parser, expat.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/XML-Parser
1998-11-10T15:47:20+00:00 japanese/skkfep SKK-like Kana-to-Kanji FrontEnd Processor
skkfep is a tool to input Kana and Kanji from the terminal.
This also include some patches for Word registration.

WWW: http://aitoweb.world.coocan.jp/soft.html
1998-11-10T15:43:48+00:00 sysutils/wmavgload Another WindowMaker load gauge
wmavgload - WindowMaker docable average load monitor.
Adapted from asload by Nic Bernstein.
Optionnally executes a program on click (see 'wmavgload -h' for options).
1998-11-09T14:49:44+00:00 japanese/p5-mkres Create resources for tgif, vfontcap, .., for Japanese TrueType fonts
mkres.pl creates X resources and configuration files for Japanese
(jisx0208.1983-0) TrueType fonts from outputs of mkttfdir.pl (using
FreeType library).

If you run `mkres.pl -f format /some/directory`, it outputs resource
about some "format" to a standard output. Now, the following ones as
the format are available:

tgif X resource for Japanized tgif on X-TrueType server(*1),
idraw one for Japanized idraw (including "iv") on the server,
xfig one for internationalized xfig on the server,
vfontcap configuration file for VFlib (Japanese vector font library),
kconfig configuration file, kconfig.ps, for ghostscript with VFlib.

Run 'mkres.pl -h', and you get more information.

- S. Taoka
-----
(*1) See "http://cclub.cc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html".
1998-11-09T01:26:20+00:00 www/tidy Fixes and tidies up HTML files
When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if
there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up
sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is thanks
to Hewlett Packard's Dave Raggett. HTML TIDY is a free utility for
doing just that. It also works great on the attrociously hard to read
markup generated by specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and
can help you identify where you need to pay further attention on
making your pages more accessible to people with disabilities.

Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your
attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is
listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the
problem lies in your markup. Tidy won't generate a cleaned up version
when there are problems that it can't be sure of how to handle. These
are logged as "errors" rather than "warnings".

LICENSE: BSD

WWW: http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/
1998-11-09T01:26:20+00:00 www/tidy-devel Utility to clean up and pretty print HTML/XHTML/XML
When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if
there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up
sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is thanks
to Hewlett Packard's Dave Raggett. HTML TIDY is a free utility for
doing just that. It also works great on the attrociously hard to read
markup generated by specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and
can help you identify where you need to pay further attention on
making your pages more accessible to people with disabilities.

Tidy is able to fix up a wide range of problems and to bring to your
attention things that you need to work on yourself. Each item found is
listed with the line number and column so that you can see where the
problem lies in your markup. Tidy won't generate a cleaned up version
when there are problems that it can't be sure of how to handle. These
are logged as "errors" rather than "warnings".

WWW: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-08T17:00:25+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkstep A theme module to make GTK+ look like the NeXTSTEP(tm) interface
GTKstep is a GTK+ theme engine to improve the boring
GTK+ look and feel with the NeXTSTEP(tm) look and feel.
1998-11-08T17:00:25+00:00 x11-themes/gtkstep A theme module to make GTK+ look like the NeXTSTEP(tm) interface
GTKstep is a GTK+ theme engine to improve the boring
GTK+ look and feel with the NeXTSTEP(tm) look and feel.
1998-11-07T10:50:04+00:00 print/pkfonts600
1998-11-07T10:50:04+00:00 print/pkfonts400
1998-11-07T10:50:04+00:00 print/pkfonts360
1998-11-07T10:50:04+00:00 print/pkfonts240
1998-11-07T10:50:04+00:00 print/pkfonts118
1998-11-06T17:08:24+00:00 textproc/wv Library and executables to access Microsoft Word files
wv is a library that allows access to Microsoft Word files.
It can load and parse the Word 6-9 formats (Word 6, 95, 97, 2000).

Several converter executables called wvWare are also provided:
wvHtml, wvLatex, wvCleanLatex, wvDVI, wvPS, wvPDF,
wvText, wvAbw, wvWml, wvMime

Note: wvHtml was previously known as MSWordView.

WWW: http://wvware.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-06T17:08:24+00:00 textproc/mswordview
MSWordView is a program that can understand the microsofts word 8
binary file format (office97), it currently converts word into html,
which can then be read with a browser.
It is also capable of converting Japanese MS Word document

WWW: http://www.csn.ul.ie/~caolan/docs/MSWordView.html

port made by: sumikawa@FreeBSD.org
1998-11-05T22:13:27+00:00 mail/mew-xemacs21 Message interface to Emacs Window for xemacs21
Mew is a "Message interface to Emacs Window" to integrate

- Email
- NetNews
- MIME(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
- PGP(Pretty Good Privacy)

and to make it easy to view and compose them. With Mew you can send a
picture of a birthday cake with the song "Happy Birthday to you" to your
friend, which is encrypted by strong cryptograph.

This port is the Mew for xemacs-21.1.14(editors/xemacs21).
The Mew port and corresponding Emacs port are listed bellow and elisp
`site-lisp' directory(elisp load path), info path and etc directory(only
effective for xemacs ports) are shown as well.

mail/mew-xemacs21(mew-xemacs21-1.94.2) ===> editors/xemacs21(xemacs-21.1.14)
Lisp directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/lisp/mew
Info directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/info
ETC directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/etc/mew
1998-11-05T22:13:27+00:00 mail/mew-xemacs20
Mew is a "Message interface to Emacs Window" to integrate

- Email
- NetNews
- MIME(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
- PGP(Pretty Good Privacy)

and to make it easy to view and compose them. With Mew you can send a
picture of a birthday cake with the song "Happy Birthday to you" to your
friend, which is encrypted by strong cryptograph.

This port is the Mew for xemacs-20.4(editors/xemacs20).
The Mew port and corresponding Emacs port are listed bellow and elisp
`site-lisp' directory(elisp load path), info path and etc directory(only
effective for xemacs ports) are shown as well.

mail/mew-xemacs20(mew-xemacs20-1.94.2) ===> editors/xemacs20(xemacs-20.4)
Lisp directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-lisp/mew
Info directory : /usr/local/info
ETC directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/etc/mew
1998-11-05T22:11:54+00:00 mail/mew-xemacs21-mule Message interface to Emacs Window for xemacs21-mule
Mew is a "Message interface to Emacs Window" to integrate

- Email
- NetNews
- MIME(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
- PGP(Pretty Good Privacy)

and to make it easy to view and compose them. With Mew you can send a
picture of a birthday cake with the song "Happy Birthday to you" to your
friend, which is encrypted by strong cryptograph.

This port is the Mew for xemacs-21.1.14(editors/xemacs21-mule).
The Mew port and corresponding Emacs port are listed bellow and elisp
`site-lisp' directory(elisp load path), info path and etc directory(only
effective for xemacs ports) are shown as well.

mail/mew-xemacs21-mule(mew-xemacs21-mule-1.94.2) ===> editors/xemacs21-mule(xemacs-21.1.14)
Lisp directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/lisp/mew
Info directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/info
ETC directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-packages/etc/mew
1998-11-05T22:10:45+00:00 mail/mew-emacs20 Messaging in the Emacs World for emacs20
Mew is a "Message interface to Emacs Window" to integrate

- Email
- NetNews
- MIME(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
- PGP(Pretty Good Privacy)

and to make it easy to view and compose them. With Mew you can send a
picture of a birthday cake with the song "Happy Birthday to you" to your
friend, which is encrypted by strong cryptograph.

This port is the Mew for emacs-20.7(editors/emacs20).
The Mew port and corresponding Emacs port are listed bellow and elisp
`site-lisp' directory(elisp load path), info path and etc directory(only
effective for xemacs ports) are shown as well.

mail/mew-emacs20(mew-emacs20-1.94.2) ===> editors/emacs20(emacs-20.7)
Lisp directory : /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp/mew
Info directory : /usr/local/info
ETC directory : /usr/local/share/emacs/etc/mew
1998-11-05T08:02:39+00:00 graphics/py-imaging The Python Imaging Library
The Python Imaging Library adds image processing capabilities to your
Python interpreter. This library provides extensive file format
support, an efficient internal representation, and fairly powerful
image processing capabilities.

The main distribution site for this software is:

WWW: http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/index.htm

The PIL handbook is not included in this distribution; to get the
latest version, check:

http://www.pythonware.com/library.htm
1998-11-04T03:17:53+00:00 net/radiusclient Client library and basic utilities for RADIUS AAA
The RadiusClient is a framework and library for writing RADIUS Clients which
additionally includes radlogin, a flexible RADIUS aware login replacement,
a command line program to send RADIUS authentication/authorisation requests
and accounting records and a utility to query the status of a RADIUS server.
All these programs are based on a library which lets you develop a
RADIUS-aware application in less than 50 lines of C code.

WWW: http://developer.berlios.de/projects/radiusclient-ng/
1998-11-03T10:00:04+00:00 databases/gadfly SQL database written in Python
Gadfly is a relational database management system which uses a
large subset of very standard SQL as its query language and Python
modules and optional Python/C extension modules as its underlying
engine. Gadfly stores the active database in memory, with recovery
logging to a file system. It supports an optional TCP/IP based
client server mode and log based failure recovery for system or
software failures (but not for disk failures).

WWW: http://gadfly.sourceforge.net/
1998-11-02T06:54:53+00:00 www/webglimpse WWW interface to Glimpse search engine
WebGlimpse adds search capabilities to your WWW site automatically and
easily. It attaches a small search box to the bottom of every HTML page,
and allows the search to cover the neighborhood of that page or the whole
site. With WebGlimpse there is no need to construct separate search pages,
and no need to interrupt the users from their browsings. All pages remain
unchanged except for the extra search capabilities. It is even possible
for the search to efficiently cover remote pages linked from your pages.
(WebGlimpse will collect such remote pages to your disk and index them.)
Installation, customization (e.g., deciding which pages to collect and
which ones to index), and maintenance are easy.

WWW: http://webglimpse.net/
1998-11-01T16:42:29+00:00 ports-mgmt/portcheckout Checkout and build ports and all depending ports
The portcheckout(1) reads the /usr/ports/INDEX file and checks-out
a given port and its dependencies. This makes it easy to use the
ports system without having a full and up-to-date /usr/ports tree.

A typical use would be to connect to the Internet, possibly download
a new INDEX and ports upgrade kit, download a port skeleton with
portcheckout(1), and then build the port.
1998-11-01T16:42:29+00:00 devel/portcheckout Checkout and build ports and all depending ports
The portcheckout(1) reads the /usr/ports/INDEX file and checks-out
a given port and its dependencies. This makes it easy to use the
ports system without having a full and up-to-date /usr/ports tree.

A typical use would be to connect to the Internet, possibly download
a new INDEX and ports upgrade kit, download a port skeleton with
portcheckout(1), and then build the port.
1998-10-30T03:17:43+00:00 www/ruboard Web based discussion board
Ruboard is simple and almost plug-and-play Web discussions board.
It allows secure boards, threading, images, url's and so on..

WWW: http://amsoft.ru/ruboard/
1998-10-28T16:01:04+00:00 audio/replay Another GTK-based mp3 player
Replay is an MP3 player with a GTK interface. It is based on amp. It
has the following features as of today:

- Cool GTK interface.
- Theme support.
- Plays layer 3 and layer 2 files.
- Playlists (load/edit/save).
- Y2K compliant. ;)
- Can save to WAV.
- Stereo/mono playing.
- Fully controllable from command line, with options and signals.
- Double click in playlist to jump to that track.
- Seeking within a track.
- Display playing time/number of files/size for whole playlist.

-Pooh
vanilla@FreeBSD.ORG

WWW: http://replay.replicant.nu/
1998-10-28T15:57:25+00:00 x11/gnome2 The "meta-port" for the GNOME 2 integrated X11 desktop
GNU Network Object Model Environment

This metaport installs the entire GNOME 2 desktop, including
the the most common user applications. Other popular GNOME
applications can be installed from the other GNOME 2 metaports:

* x11/gnome2-fifth-toe
* x11/gnome2-power-tools
* editors/gnome2-office
* devel/gnome2-hacker-tools

WWW: http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/
1998-10-28T15:57:25+00:00 x11/gnome The "meta-port" for the GNOME integrated X11 desktop
GNU Network Object Model Environment

This package does not contain anything by itself -- it is a
"meta-port" that depends on other GNOME packages. Its sole purpose is
to require dependencies so users can install this package only and
have all the GNOME stuff pulled in by the port/package dependency
mechanism.

WWW: http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/
1998-10-28T14:39:15+00:00 graphics/xv-m17n X11 program that displays images of various formats with multilingualization
Xv is an X11 program that displays images in the GIF,
JPEG, TIFF, PBM, PGM, PPM, X11 bitmap, Utah Raster Toolkit
RLE, PDS/VICAR, Sun Rasterfile, BMP, XPM, PCX, IRIS RGB,
possibly PostScript, Portable Networking Format(PNG) and
PM formats on workstations and terminals running the
X Window System, Version 11.
And more xv japanese extensions patch supports images in
the MAKI, MAG, PIC, Pi PIC2, PhotoCD. And this patch also
supports archived image files. Supported archivers are
arc, arj, lzh, tar, tar+compress, tar+gzip, tar+bzip2, zip,
and zoo.

Note that this program is shareware except for personal use only.
Please read the documentation in the directory

/usr/X11R6/share/doc/xv

for proper usage.

And this xv supports multilingual character codes.
These codes are as follow:
plain iso-8859-1 iso-2022-jp
euc-japan iso-2022-int-1 iso-2022-kr
euc-korea iso-2022-ss2-8 iso-2022-ss2-7
Shift JIS
1998-10-27T22:06:53+00:00 japanese/xv X11 program that displays images of various formats with japanization
Xv is an X11 program that displays images in the GIF,
JPEG, TIFF, PBM, PGM, PPM, X11 bitmap, Utah Raster Toolkit
RLE, PDS/VICAR, Sun Rasterfile, BMP, XPM, PCX, IRIS RGB,
possibly PostScript, Portable Networking Format(PNG) and
PM formats on workstations and terminals running the
X Window System, Version 11.
And more xv japanese extensions patch supports images in
the MAKI, MAG, PIC, Pi PIC2, PhotoCD. And this patch also
supports archived image files. Supported archivers are
arc, arj, lzh, tar, tar+compress, tar+gzip, tar+bzip2, zip,
and zoo.

Note that this program is shareware except for personal use only.
Please read the documentation in the directory

/usr/X11R6/share/doc/xv

for proper usage.

And this xv supports japanese character codes.
These codes are as follow:
JIS(iso-2022-jp) / EUC / Shift-JIS
1998-10-27T16:56:41+00:00 graphics/gqview Another gtk2-based graphic file viewer
Another gtk2-based graphic file viewer.

WWW: http://gqview.sourceforge.net/

-Vanilla
vanilla@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-10-26T11:58:07+00:00 math/gnumeric2 The GNOME 2 spreadsheet
The GNOME 2 spreadsheet.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/gnumeric/index.shtml
1998-10-26T11:58:07+00:00 math/gnumeric GNOME spreadsheet program
The GNOME 2 spreadsheet.

WWW: http://www.gnumeric.org
1998-10-24T23:31:27+00:00 net/queso Determine the remote OS using simple TCP packets
former QueSO home page <URL:http://www.apostols.org/projectz/queso/>:

How we can determine the remote OS using simple TCP packets? Well,
it's easy, they're packets that don't make any sense, so the RFCs
don't clearly state what to answer in these kind of situations.
Facing this ambiguous, each TCP/IP stack takes a different approach
to the problem, and this way, we get a different response. In some
cases (like Linux, to name one) some programming mistakes make the OS
detectable.

QueSO sends:

0 SYN * THIS IS VALID, used to verify LISTEN
1 SYN+ACK
2 FIN
3 FIN+ACK
4 SYN+FIN
5 PSH
6 SYN+XXX+YYY * XXX & YYY are unused TCP flags

All packets have a random seq_num and a 0x0 ack_num.
1998-10-21T22:09:44+00:00 japanese/chasen Japanese Morphological Analysis System
Japanese Morphological Analysis System
1998-10-21T18:52:03+00:00 lang/gawk GNU version of AWK scripting language
This is GNU Awk. It should be upwardly compatible with the Bell
Labs research version of awk. It is almost completely compliant with
the 1993 POSIX 1003.2 standard for awk.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gawk/gawk.html
1998-10-21T08:31:09+00:00 misc/tet Test execution framework from the Open Group
TET (Test Execution Toolkit) from the X/Open Consortium is a multi-platform
test scaffold for both distributed and non-distributed test suites.
TET allows the production of test suites sharing a common interface,
promoting sharing of test suites within and across organizations.

It allows facilities to execute test cases in several ways:
- Execution of non-distributed test cases on the local system.
- Execution of non-distributed test cases on one or more remote
systems.
- Execution of distributed test cases with the parts of each test
case executing simultaneously on either the local system and one
or more remote systems, or entirely on two or more remote systems.
- Execution of a single test case selected at random from a list of
test cases.
- Combinations of the above elements executing in parallel.
- Sequences of the above elements executing a specified number of
times or until some time period has expired.

WWW: http://tetworks.opengroup.org/documents/docs37.htm
1998-10-21T00:41:49+00:00 misc/crosspad Crosspad data downloader/converter
This package contains following two utilities:
padload - crosspad downloder
crosspad2ps - crosspad -> postscript converter

more information on CrossPad digitizing notepad itself:
WWW: http://www.cross-pcg.com/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3 Japanized Vim-3.0
JVim 3.0 is a text editor with upward-compatibility to vi. It can
handle both ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text, and
has useful feature for editing source code.

It has a lot of enhancements compared to the normal vi: multi level undo,
command line editing, filename completion, online help, quoting, etc..
Read difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-wnn7 Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Wnn7)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn7.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-wnn6 Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Wnn6)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn6.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-freewnn Japanized Vim-3.0 (with FreeWnn)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using FreeWnn.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-direct_canna Japanized Vim-3.0 (direct connection to Canna)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna without ONEW
library (that is, it means this connects to Canna directly).

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-canna Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Canna)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-canna+wnn7 Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Canna and Wnn7)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and Wnn7.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-canna+wnn6 Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Canna and Wnn6)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and Wnn6.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-20T15:52:55+00:00 japanese/jvim3-canna+freewnn Japanized Vim-3.0 (with Canna and FreeWnn)
JVim 3.0 is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be
used to edit any ASCII and Japanese(SJIS/JIS/EUC/Unicode) text. It is
especially useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and FreeWnn.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA003457/vim/
1998-10-19T17:00:15+00:00 games/ifm Interactive Fiction mapper and walkthrough generator
Ifm (Interactive Fiction Mapper) is a language for keeping track of your
progress through an Interactive Fiction game, and a program for producing
various different sorts of output using it. You can record each room you
visit and its relation to other rooms, the initial locations of useful
items you find, and the tasks you need to perform in order to solve the
game.

The Ifm mapping commands are designed so that you can easily add to the map
as you explore the game. You type in the rooms you visit and the
directions you move in to reach other rooms, and Ifm calculates the
position of each room in relation to the others. A map can consist of
several independent sections, allowing you to divide up the map however you
like.

The Ifm task commands, if used, allow you to specify the order in which
game-solving tasks must be done. The Ifm program can then calculate and
print different styles of walkthrough for the game.

WWW: http://www.sentex.net/~dchapes/ifm/
1998-10-19T14:36:42+00:00 net/gnomeicu2 GNOME2 ICQ client
GnomeICU (previously GtkICQ) is an Internet based communications
program which makes use of ICQ protocol. GnomeICU also makes use of
Gnome2, a growingly popular desktop environment. GnomeICU is released
under the GNU Public License, and is available free of charge.

WWW: http://gnomeicu.sourceforge.net

Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-10-19T14:36:42+00:00 net/gnomeicu GNOME ICQ client
GnomeICU (previously GtkICQ) is an Internet based communications
program which makes use of ICQ protocol. GnomeICU also makes use of
Gnome, a growingly popular desktop environment.GnomeICU is released
under the GNU Public License, and is available free of charge.

WWW: http://gnomeicu.sourceforge.net

Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-10-19T14:36:42+00:00 net-im/gnomeicu2 GNOME2 ICQ client
GnomeICU (previously GtkICQ) is an Internet based communications
program which makes use of ICQ protocol. GnomeICU also makes use of
Gnome2, a growingly popular desktop environment. GnomeICU is released
under the GNU Public License, and is available free of charge.

WWW: http://gnomeicu.sourceforge.net

Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-10-19T14:36:42+00:00 net-im/gnomeicu GNOME 2 ICQ client
GnomeICU (previously GtkICQ) is an Internet based communications
program which makes use of ICQ protocol. GnomeICU also makes use of
Gnome2, a growingly popular desktop environment. GnomeICU is released
under the GNU Public License, and is available free of charge.

WWW: http://gnomeicu.sourceforge.net

Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-10-19T14:29:02+00:00 print/ggv2 GNOME 2 ghostscript viewer
GGV, the Gnome GhostView, is a Gnome PostScript document previewer.
It can also preview PDFs, but as it is not a native PDF viewer, it
does not take advantage of all the features of the PDF format.
graphics/gpdf is a more capable PDF viewer.
1998-10-19T14:29:02+00:00 print/ggv GNOME 2 ghostscript viewer
GGV, the Gnome GhostView, is a Gnome PostScript document previewer.
It can also preview PDFs, but as it is not a native PDF viewer, it
does not take advantage of all the features of the PDF format.
graphics/gpdf is a more capable PDF viewer.
1998-10-10T15:59:18+00:00 misc/gnomeutils2 GNOME 2 support utilities
GNOME 2 support utilities, including an on-the-fly dialog box tool
(like Zenity), a dictionary, a frontend for find(1), and a system log
viewer.
1998-10-10T15:59:18+00:00 misc/gnomeutils GNOME support utilities
A collection of utilities for the GNOME desktop.
Included are an X color selector, a gtk-enhanced
version of dialog(1), GUIs for less(1), uname(1),
df(1), find(1), an applet for dict(1), and many
other such applications.
1998-10-10T15:59:18+00:00 deskutils/gnomeutils2 GNOME 2 support utilities
GNOME 2.0 support utilities, including a dictionary looker-upper,
a frontend for find(1), a system log viewer, and more.
1998-10-10T15:59:18+00:00 deskutils/gnome-utils GNOME 3 support utilities
GNOME 3.0 support utilities, these include:

baobab, a graphics disk space display program.
gnome-screenshot, desktop screenshot program.
gnote, note taking application.
gnome-contacts, integrated address book.
gnome-search-tool, local disk search tool.
gnome-dictionary, client for DICT server to look up definitions.
gnome-system-log, view system logs.
gnome-font-viewer, show installed fonts.
1998-10-10T13:48:53+00:00 textproc/libxml2 XML parser library for GNOME
Libxml2 is the XML C parser and toolkit developed for the Gnome project (but
usable outside of the Gnome platform). XML itself is a metalanguage to design
markup languages, i.e. text language where semantic and structure are added to
the content using extra "markup" information enclosed between angle brackets.

WWW: http://xmlsoft.org/
1998-10-10T13:48:53+00:00 textproc/libxml XML parser library for GNOME
XML parser library for GNOME

WWW: http://xmlsoft.org/
1998-10-10T13:44:01+00:00 sysutils/gtop GNOME system moniter program
GNOME system moniter program
1998-10-10T13:44:01+00:00 sysutils/gnomesystemmonitor GNOME 2 system monitor program
GNOME 2.0 system monitor program.
1998-10-10T13:44:01+00:00 sysutils/gnome-system-monitor GNOME 3 system monitor program
GNOME 3.0 system monitor program.
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap24-server Open source LDAP server implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This package includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd

This is the latest stable release of OpenLDAP Software for general use.

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap23-server Open source LDAP client implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This package includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* slurpd - a stand-alone LDAP replication server
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd

This is the latest stable release of OpenLDAP Software for general use.

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap22 Open source LDAP client and server implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This release includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* slurpd - a stand-alone LDAP replication server
* -lldap - a LDAP client library
* -llber - a lightweight BER/DER encoding/decoding library
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd
* LDAP tools - A collection of command line LDAP utilities

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/

Lachlan O'Dea, Oliver Eikemeier
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap22-server Open source LDAP server implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This package includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* slurpd - a stand-alone LDAP replication server
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd

This is the latest release of OpenLDAP Software for general use.

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/

- Oliver Eikemeier
eikemeier@fillmore-labs.com
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap21 Open source LDAP client software
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol(LDAP)
servers, clients, utilities and development tools.

OpenLDAP is derived from the University of Michigan LDAP release 3.3
and is distributed under an open source license.

WWW: http://www.openldap.org/

Bjoern A. Zeeb
bzeeb+freebsdports@zabbadoz.net
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap21-server Open source LDAP server implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This package includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* slurpd - a stand-alone LDAP replication server
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd

This is the latest release of OpenLDAP Software for general use.

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/

- Oliver Eikemeier
eikemeier@fillmore-labs.com
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap20 Open source LDAP client and server software
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools. LDAP is an Internet standard
directory service protocol that can be used stand-alone, or as a front end
to an X.500 directory. LDAP is defined by RFCs 1777 through 1779.

OpenLDAP is derived from the University of Michigan LDAP release 3.3 and is
distributed under an open source license.

WWW: http://www.openldap.org/

Lachlan O'Dea
ulmo@earthling.net
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap20-server Open source LDAP server implementation
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools.

This package includes the following major components:

* slapd - a stand-alone LDAP directory server
* slurpd - a stand-alone LDAP replication server
* LDIF tools - data conversion tools for use with slapd

This version is no longer actively maintained, please upgrade.

WWW: http://www.OpenLDAP.org/

- Oliver Eikemeier
eikemeier@fillmore-labs.com
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap2 Open source LDAP client and server software
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools. LDAP is an Internet standard
directory service protocol that can be used stand-alone, or as a front end
to an X.500 directory. LDAP is defined by RFCs 1777 through 1779.

OpenLDAP is derived from the University of Michigan LDAP release 3.3 and is
distributed under an open source license.

WWW: http://www.openldap.org/

Lachlan O'Dea
ulmo@earthling.net
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap12 Open source LDAP client and server software
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools. LDAP is an Internet standard
directory service protocol that can be used stand-alone, or as a front end
to an X.500 directory. LDAP is defined by RFCs 1777 through 1779.

OpenLDAP is derived from the University of Michigan LDAP release 3.3 and is
distributed under an open source license.

WWW: http://www.openldap.org/

Lachlan O'Dea
ulmo@earthling.net
1998-10-10T04:40:45+00:00 net/openldap Open source LDAP client and server software
OpenLDAP is a suite of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers,
clients, utilities and development tools. LDAP is an Internet standard
directory service protocol that can be used stand-alone, or as a front end
to an X.500 directory. LDAP is defined by RFCs 1777 through 1779.

OpenLDAP is derived from the University of Michigan LDAP release 3.3 and is
distributed under an open source license.

WWW: http://www.openldap.org/

Lachlan O'Dea
ulmo@earthling.net
1998-10-09T04:50:07+00:00 comms/yaps Yet Another Pager Software: send messages to pager (SMS, TAP, ...)
Send messages to pager devices (incl. cellular phones via SMS) using a
modem gateway provided by the service company. This software is highly
configurable, a sample configuration is included for German pager and
mobile phone services (D1, D2, E+, Telmi, Telmi-Fun, Telmi-Family,
Telmi-Top, Telmi-Pro, Skyper, Quix).
1998-10-09T04:09:45+00:00 japanese/netscape-fonts
Japanese Font Setup for Netscape Browsers.
1998-10-09T04:09:45+00:00 japanese/alias-fonts Meta-port which setups Japanese fonts
This alias-fonts port makes fonts.alias for various size Japanese fonts.
1998-10-09T00:46:03+00:00 misc/man.el Browse I18N capable UNIX manual pages with Mule, Emacs, and XEmacs
This code provides a function, `i18n-man', with which you can browse
UNIX manual pages. Formatting is done in background so that you
can continue to use your Emacs while processing is going on.
The mode also supports hypertext-like following of manual page SEE
ALSO references, and other features. See below or do `?' in a
manual page buffer for details.

For working with Japanese, English and German, put your dot.emacs file
following:

(autoload 'jman "i18n-man-ja" nil t)
(autoload 'eman "i18n-man-en" nil t)
(autoload 'dman "i18n-man-de" nil t)

then

M-x jman
to get a Japanese manual page thru jman(1) and put it in a buffer.
M-x eman
to get a English manual page thru man(1) and put it in a buffer.
M-x dman
to get a German manual page thru man(1) and put it in a buffer.

If you want byte-compile with your favorite "Emacs", use "byte-comile"
script as:

# cd /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp
# /usr/local/share/doc/prom-mew/byte-compile xemacs-mule i18n-man-ja i18n-man-ja.el i18n-man.el

For usage of byte_compile scripts, run byte_compile with -h option.
1998-10-08T16:29:25+00:00 graphics/linux_mesa3 A graphics library similar to SGI's OpenGL, used from Linux programs
This port installs a Linux shared library of Mesa, used from Linux programs.

Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that
of OpenGL*. To the extent that Mesa utilizes the OpenGL command syntax
or state machine, it is being used with authorization from Silicon Graphics,
Inc. However, the author makes no claim that Mesa is in any way a
compatible replacement for OpenGL or associated with Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Those who want a licensed implementation of OpenGL should contact a licensed
vendor. This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU Library
General Public License, see the LICENSE file for details.
1998-10-08T16:29:25+00:00 graphics/linux_mesa
This port installs a Linux shared library of Mesa with access to
glide/3dfx cards, to be used by Linux programs.

Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that
of OpenGL*. To the extent that Mesa utilizes the OpenGL command syntax
or state machine, it is being used with authorization from Silicon Graphics,
Inc. However, the author makes no claim that Mesa is in any way a
compatible replacement for OpenGL or associated with Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Those who want a licensed implementation of OpenGL should contact a licensed
vendor. This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU Library
General Public License, see the LICENSE file for details.
1998-10-08T15:37:34+00:00 print/latex-cjk LaTeX2e macro package which enables the use of CJK scripts
Welcome to CJK, a LaTeX2e macro package which enables the use of CJK
scripts (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) in various encodings.

Features of this port:

- full Chinese BIG5/GB support, including TTF fonts. For other Asian
lauguages, you have to supply those TTF fonts, then manually modify
relative settings.
- basic Type 3 font support and cooperate with DVIPDFMx
- a package "ccmap" from CCT for PDFTeX's CID support
- pseudo-italic and pseudo-bold Chinese font support
- configure PDFTeX to use TrueType fonts directly
- UTF-8 support for Arphic free fonts
- Type 1 scalable font support for Arphic free fonts

For more tips of using these features, please run this command
after installation:

pkg_info -D zh-CJK-\* | less

WWW: http://cjk.ffii.org/
1998-10-08T15:37:34+00:00 chinese/CJK A LaTeX2e macro package which enables the use of CJK scripts
Welcome to CJK, a LaTeX2e macro package which enables the use of CJK
scripts (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) in various encodings.

Features of this port:

- full Chinese BIG5/GB support, including TTF fonts. For other Asian
lauguages, you have to supply those TTF fonts, then manually modify
relative settings.
- basic Type 3 font support and cooperate with DVIPDFMx
- a package "ccmap" from CCT for PDFTeX's CID support
- pseudo-italic and pseudo-bold Chinese font support
- configure PDFTeX to use TrueType fonts directly
- UTF-8 support for Arphic free fonts
- Type 1 scalable font support for Arphic free fonts

For more tips of using these features, please run this command
after installation:

pkg_info -D zh-CJK-\* | less

WWW: http://cjk.ffii.org/
Jing-Tang Keith Jang <keith@FreeBSD.org>
1998-10-08T15:33:46+00:00 graphics/linux_glide Linux library implementing the GLIDE interface to 3dfx video cards
This port installs the Linux version of the glide API, which is used
to program the 3dfx/voodoo cards.

Only Linux binaries can use this library. If you have a compiled Linux
program that dynamically links against glide, everything is fine. If
you want to compile programs yourself, you have to compile them as
Linux binaries, using the compiler and tools from
ports/devel/linux_devel.

If your program uses other libraries, all libraries must be Linux
libraries as well. In the case of Mesa, you can use
ports/emulators/linux_mesa, which does everything for you. NOTE: The
Mesa shared library from the Linux quake distributions does not work,
use the FreeBSD port (although it installs a Linux lib).

A simple test program is installed under /compat/linux/usr/bin/test-glide

Please report problems to freebsd-multimedia@freebsd.org
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda_server An experimental, replicated, high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent client
side caching.

This package builds the entire source tree but only installs(/packages) the
server side programs.

For more info, contact <coda@cs.cmu.edu> or visit the website.

WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda_intro An experimental, replicated, high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent client
side caching.

This package has installation notes and tells you how to get started using
Coda without having to wade through all the documentation.

For more info, contact <rvb@cs.cmu.edu> or visit the website.

WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda_doc An experimental, replicated, high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent client
side caching.

This package builds nothing but only installs(/packages) prebuilt
documentation.

For more info, contact <rvb@cs.cmu.edu> or visit the website.

WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda_client An experimental, replicated, high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent client
side caching.

This package builds the entire source tree but only installs(/packages) the
client side programs.

For more info, contact <coda@cs.cmu.edu> or visit the website.

WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda5_server Server programs for a replicated high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent
client side caching.

This package builds the entire source tree but only installs(/packages)
the server side programs.

For more info, contact information available below.

EMAIL: coda@cs.cmu.edu
WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda5_doc An experimental, replicated, high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent client
side caching.

This package builds nothing but only installs(/packages) prebuilt
documentation.

For more info, contact <ijliao@csie.nctu.edu.tw> or visit the website.

WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-05T19:23:43+00:00 net/coda5_client Client programs for a replicated high-performance network file system
Coda is a distributed file system. Among its features are disconnected
operation, good security model, server replication and persistent
client side caching.

This package builds the entire source tree but only installs(/packages)
the client side programs.

For more info, contact information available below.

EMAIL: coda@cs.cmu.edu
WWW: http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
1998-10-03T06:00:00+00:00 converters/aish Ish/uuencode/Base64 converter
Ish/uuencode/Base64 text-to-binary file converter.
Multi volume ish file supported.

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA004474/etc/etc.html
1998-10-02T00:58:05+00:00 games/gnomegames2 The game applications package for the Gnome 2 Desktop Environment
The GNOME Desktop Environment's games application package includes
card games (including a solitaire package which knows 69 distinct solitaire
variations); knockoffs of Minesweeper, Tetris, mahjongg, and Nibbles; action
games; puzzle games; and even more card games.

This package uses the GNOME 2 libraries.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/gnome-games/
1998-10-02T00:58:05+00:00 games/gnomegames The game applications package for the Gnome Desktop Environment
The GNOME Desktop Environment's games application package, which includes
card games (including a solitaire package which knows 69 distinct solitaire
variations), knockoffs of Minesweeper, Tetris, mahjongg, Nibbles, action
games, puzzle games, and more card games.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org
1998-10-02T00:58:05+00:00 games/gnome-games Gnome games meta port
The GNOME Desktop Enviroment's games applications "meta" package.
1998-09-30T13:49:17+00:00 devel/libgtop2 GNOME 2 top library
This library provides the backend for gtop2, a GNOME 2.0 version
of top(1) that allows display and manipulation of running
processes.
1998-09-30T13:49:17+00:00 devel/libgtop GNOME top library
This library provides the backend for gtop2, a GNOME 2.0 version
of top(1) that allows display and manipulation of running
processes.
1998-09-25T10:57:57+00:00 misc/cwish Curses based user friendly windowing shell
Cwish is an easy to use tool for traveling through the filesystem,
either for doing administrative work or as a shell replacement.
1998-09-21T21:30:24+00:00 net/citrix_xenapp Access virtual applications and desktops
Citrix XenApp (TM) is a Windows (R) application delivery system that manages
applications in the datacenter and delivers them as an on-demand
service to users anywhere using any device. XenApp reduces the cost
of application management by up to 50 percent, delivers any application
instantly to users anywhere and improves application and data
security.

you can copy the certificate to /usr/ports/distfiles and add the
following line to your /etc/make.conf:

ICA_CERTS=mycert.crt

It will then automatically be installed and removed with the normal
FreeBSD package tools.

WWW: http://www.citrix.com/English/ps2/products/product.asp?contentID=186
1998-09-21T21:30:24+00:00 net/citrix_ica Citrix(R) Presentation Server(TM) client
Citrix(R) Presentation Server(TM) runs on Microsoft(R) Windows Server(TM) and
UNIX(R) operating systems, and extends the base Windows Terminal Services
platform by enhancing the end-user experience as well as increasing
manageability, compatibility, security and scalability to address
business-critical environments.

This port includes the Citrix(R) Receiver(TM) software which allows connecting
to Citrix(R) Presentation Server(TM).

You will need to create the directory ${LINUXBASE}/dev or risk crashing your
system.

If your Citrix server does not have one of the supplied root-certificates, you
can copy the certificate to /usr/ports/distfiles and add the following line to
your /etc/make.conf:

ICA_CERTS=mycert.crt

It will then automatically be installed and removed with the normal FreeBSD
package tools.

WWW: http://www.citrix.com/products/receiver/
1998-09-21T05:42:14+00:00 www/webcheck View structure of a web site, get a list of problems like broken links
Webcheck is the professional Site Management Tool for webmasters. Linbot
allows webmasters to view the structure of a site, track down broken links,
find potentially outdated web pages list links pointing to external sites,
view portfolio of inline images, get a run-down of problems sorted by
author and to do all this periodically without user intervention.

WWW: http://www.mired.org/webcheck/
1998-09-21T05:42:14+00:00 www/linbot
Linbot is the professional Site Management Tool for webmasters. Linbot
allows webmasters to view the structure of a site, track down broken links,
find potentially outdated web pages list links pointing to external sites,
view portfolio of inline images, get a run-down of problems sorted by
author and to do all this periodically without user intervention.

WWW: http://starship.python.net/crew/marduk/linbot/

Bill Fumerola (billf@chc-chimes.com)
1998-09-18T22:49:25+00:00 japanese/elisa8x8 X11 8-dot Kanji font 'elisa font'
Japanese 8 dot font named `elisa font'.

You can use 'k8', 'r8', 'a8' as an alias for elisa font, 4x8 dots
jis.x0201 font, 4x8 dots iso8859-1 font.

A simple usage:
% kterm -fn a8 -fr r8 -fk k8
1998-09-18T22:03:07+00:00 editors/leim20 Libraries of (GNU) Emacs Input Method
LEIM is Libraries of Emacs Input Method.

This enables you to input Multilingual Characters.

To input these characters, select the "language name" in which
you want to input, and evalute the following two expressions:

(set-language-environment "language name")
(toggle-input-method)

The "language name" you can choose is one of these:
- Chinege - Chinese-BIG5 - Chinese-CNS
- Chinese-GB - Cyrillic-ALT - Cyrillic-ISO
- Cyrillic-KOI8 - Czech - Devanagari
- Ethiopic - German - Greek
- Hebrew - IPA - Japanese
- Korean - Lao - Latin-1
- Latin-2 - Latin-3 - Latin-4
- Latin-5 - Romanian - Slovak
- Thai - Tibetan - Vietnamese

In the default keybindings, (toggle-input-method) is bound to `C-\'.

--- Porting by shige@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-09-18T21:53:24+00:00 net/wireshark Powerful network analyzer/capture tool
A network analyzer that lets you capture and interactively browse the
contents of packets from a variety of network interface types. Packet data can
be read from a file, or live from a local network interface.

WWW: https://www.wireshark.org/
1998-09-18T21:53:24+00:00 net/ethereal A powerful network analyzer/capture tool
A network analyzer that lets you capture and interactively browse the
contents of Ethernet frames. Packet data can be read from a file, or
live from a local network interface.

WWW: http://www.ethereal.com/

Bill Fumerola <billf@chc-chimes.com>
1998-09-17T14:14:50+00:00 korean/pgp.language Korean language module for PGP
PGP-2.6.3i
----------

Korean language module for PGP 2.6.3ia.
(based on Japanese language module)

This package depends on original PGP 2.6.3ia (International version),
and replaces some distributed files.
(config.txt is modified, language.txt is replaced.)

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@kr.freebsd.org>
1998-09-16T12:54:00+00:00 audio/dap Audio sample editing and processing suite
DAP is a comprehensive audio sample editing and processing suite. DAP
currently supports AIFF and AIFF-C audio files, 8 or 16 bit resolution
and 1, 2 or 4 channels of audio data. Note however that on Linux and
Solaris, compressed AIFF-C files are not currently supported, only
non-compressed AIFF and AIFF-C files.

The package itself offers comprehensive editing, playback and recording
facilities including full time stretch resampling, manual data editing
and a reasonably complete DSP processing suite.

WWW: http://www.cee.hw.ac.uk/~richardk/
1998-09-15T22:05:58+00:00 japanese/ack Kanji code converter
Kanji code converter.

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA004474/etc/etc.html
1998-09-11T09:10:39+00:00 games/pysol Solitaire game, written in Python
PySol - a Python Solitaire Game

Highlights:
-----------
- based upon an extensible solitaire engine
- currently supports 202 different games - expect more to come
- includes my all time favorite "Gypsy"
- very nice look and feel
- unlimited undo & redo
- load & save games
- player statistics
- computer gives hints and plays demo games
- integrated help system
- PySol is portable across X, Windows and MacOS

I'm awaiting your suggestions and bug reports :-)

WWW: http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/pysol/
1998-09-10T14:17:47+00:00 japanese/gd1 A graphics library for fast image creation with Japanese support
DESCRIPTION

gd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images
complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from
other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a .GIF file.
This is particularly useful in World Wide Web applications, where .GIF
is the format used for inline images.

gd is not a paint program. If you are looking for a paint program, try
xpaint by David Koblas, available by anonymous FTP from ftp.netcom.com
in pub/ko/koblas. (That package is for the X Window System; for the Mac
and the PC, paint programs are considerably easier to find.)

gd does not provide for every possible desirable graphics operation. It
is not necessary or desirable for gd to become a kitchen-sink graphics
package, but version 1.3 incorporates most of the commonly requested
features for an 8-bit 2D package. Support for scalable fonts, and
truecolor images, JPEG and PNG is planned for version 2.0. Version 1.3
was released to correct longstanding bugs and provide an LZW-free GIF
compression routine.

AUTHOR
gd 1.2 was written by Thomas Boutell and is currently distributed by
boutell.com, Inc.
1998-09-10T14:17:47+00:00 japanese/gd Graphics library for fast image creation with Japanese support
DESCRIPTION

gd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images
complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from
other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a .GIF file.
This is particularly useful in World Wide Web applications, where .GIF
is the format used for inline images.

gd is not a paint program. If you are looking for a paint program, try
xpaint by David Koblas, available by anonymous FTP from ftp.netcom.com
in pub/ko/koblas. (That package is for the X Window System; for the Mac
and the PC, paint programs are considerably easier to find.)

gd does not provide for every possible desirable graphics operation. It
is not necessary or desirable for gd to become a kitchen-sink graphics
package, but version 1.3 incorporates most of the commonly requested
features for an 8-bit 2D package. Support for scalable fonts, and
truecolor images, JPEG and PNG is planned for version 2.0. Version 1.3
was released to correct longstanding bugs and provide an LZW-free GIF
compression routine.

AUTHOR
gd 1.2 was written by Thomas Boutell and is currently distributed by
boutell.com, Inc.
1998-09-09T19:22:37+00:00 deskutils/abacus Spread sheet for X Window System
Abacus is a small, light and easy to use spreadsheet being developed
as graduation project under the tutorship of Prof. Arlindo Oliveira,
and the spreadsheet is being developed using the Tcl/Tk toolkit, as
well as plain old C/C++ for all the "number-crunching" tasks.
The following functionalities are available in the latest version:
Multiple spreadsheets, limited by the amount of memory you have
available. Small set of built-in functions that include statistical,
financial, and the usual math and trig functions, including a slick
menu-like interface to make it easy to paste formulas. Cell editing
with all the usual Cut/Copy/Paste/Delete functions implemented. Cell
formating with a load of different formats, plus fonts, italics, bold
font size and borders. Column and Row insertion, deletion, resizing.
Sorting using all sorts of weird sort methods, so many we find it
confusing ourselves and we made it! Autosum - you select and press the
button and it sums the data up the way (we hope!) you want. Graphs you
can delete, move around and resize. Printing via Postscript.
Imports/Exports CSV,Tab separated, Wk1 and TinySheet (for the popular
PalmPilot organizer) formats.

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://kdbio.inesc-id.pt/~aml/abacus/abacus.html
1998-09-09T08:06:32+00:00 x11-fonts/ttmkfdir Create fonts.scale file for use with TrueType font server
This program reads TrueType fonts and creates a
suitable fonts.scale file for use with an X font server.

WWW: http://people.redhat.com/yshao/
1998-09-09T05:51:30+00:00 net/arla A free AFS client implementation
Arla is a free AFS client implementation.

The main goal of the Arla project is to make a fully functional client with all
capabilities of commercial AFS. Other planned and implemented things are
all the normal management tools and a server.

Version 0.35.5 status:

* Read/write support
* Authentication (with kth-krb4)
* Working filesystem on OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Linux and Solaris
* Some administration programs (fs, vos and pts)

WWW: http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/arla/

This port requires kerberos

Peter Hawkins
thepish@freebsd.org
1998-09-08T17:31:00+00:00 net/boclient Client program for the Back Orifice Windows program
This is a Unix version of the client program for Back Orifice. This program
when installed on the victim machine hides itself. It can be used to remotely
administer a Windows 95/98 machine.

WWW: http://www.cultdeadcow.com/tools/
1998-09-08T17:25:20+00:00 www/p5-ParallelUA Perl5 Parallel LWP User Agent for WWW access
ParallelUserAgent allows you to connect to multiple sites _in parallel_!
You can register a number of requests, then call the 'wait' method and see
how the requests come in as each server responds.

ParallelUserAgent is basically an extension of the current UserAgent and
RobotUA modules that come with libwww5. It installs into the ::Parallel
subtree under the standard LWP directory that ships with libwww5.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/ParallelUserAgent/
1998-09-08T15:30:19+00:00 japanese/postgresql7
PostgreSQL is a robust, next-generation, Object-Relational DBMS (ORDBMS),
derived from the Berkeley Postgres database management system. While
PostgreSQL retains the powerful object-relational data model, rich data types
and easy extensibility of Postgres, it replaces the PostQuel query language
with an extended subset of SQL.

The original Postgres code was the effort of many graduate students,
undergraduate students, and staff programmers working under the direction of
Professor Michael Stonebraker at the University of California, Berkeley. In
1995, Andrew Yu and Jolly Chen took on the task of converting the DBMS query
language to SQL and created a new database system which came to known as
Postgres95. Many others contributed to the porting, testing, debugging and
enhancement of the Postgres95 code. As the code improved, and 1995 faded into
memory, PostgreSQL was born.

PostgreSQL development is presently being performed by a team of Internet
developers who are now responsible for all current and future development. The
development team coordinator is Marc G. Fournier (scrappy@PostgreSQL.ORG).
Support is available from the PostgreSQL developer/user community through the
support mailing list (questions@PostgreSQL.ORG).

PostgreSQL is free and the complete source is available.

WWW: http://www.postgresql.org/
1998-09-08T15:30:19+00:00 japanese/postgresql A robust, next generation, object-relational DBMS plus Multibyte-patch
PostgreSQL is a robust, next-generation, Object-Relational DBMS (ORDBMS),
derived from the Berkeley Postgres database management system. While
PostgreSQL retains the powerful object-relational data model, rich data types
and easy extensibility of Postgres, it replaces the PostQuel query language
with an extended subset of SQL.

The original Postgres code was the effort of many graduate students,
undergraduate students, and staff programmers working under the direction of
Professor Michael Stonebraker at the University of California, Berkeley. In
1995, Andrew Yu and Jolly Chen took on the task of converting the DBMS query
language to SQL and created a new database system which came to known as
Postgres95. Many others contributed to the porting, testing, debugging and
enhancement of the Postgres95 code. As the code improved, and 1995 faded into
memory, PostgreSQL was born.

PostgreSQL development is presently being performed by a team of Internet
developers who are now responsible for all current and future development. The
development team coordinator is Marc G. Fournier (scrappy@PostgreSQL.ORG).
Support is available from the PostgreSQL developer/user community through the
support mailing list (questions@PostgreSQL.ORG).

PostgreSQL is free and the complete source is available.

WWW: http://www.PostgreSQL.ORG/
1998-09-08T15:30:19+00:00 japanese/postgresql-tcltk A TCL interface to the database PostgreSQL, including a tk GUI
libpgtcl is a library that implements Tcl commands for front-end
clients to interact with the Postgresql backends.

pgaccess is a great graphical database management tool for PostgreSQL.

This software is part of the standard PostgreSQL distribution.

WWW: http://www.postgresql.org/
1998-09-06T07:46:22+00:00 x11-clocks/eyeclock Clock with eyes following the mouse pointer
EyeClock is a simple clock application for X11. You can put your favorite
picture on the face of the clock. And you can move the eyes of the
picture following the mouse pointer.
See /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/EyeClock/README.jpn for more details.

This port installs below clocks.
boyclock, daemonclock, eyeclock, girlclock, henohenoclock,
margueriteclock, octopusclock, punpunclock, silicagelclock,
taroclock, umeharaclock.

WWW: http://kozos.jp/myfreesoft/
1998-09-06T06:45:28+00:00 graphics/electriceyes A graphic view base imlib & gtk
Also known as EE or ee, ElectricEyes is a generic image viewer for Gnome. EE
also contains simple image editing capabilities and has the ability to save
images in a number of popular formats. EE is designed to fit seamlessly into
the Gnome desktop environment.
1998-09-06T06:37:58+00:00 x11/gnomecore Core component for the Gnome Desktop Environment
core component for the Gnome Desktop Environment

For more information about the Gnome on FreeBSD,
please refer to ${PORTSDIR}/x11/gnome/pkg/DESCR.
1998-09-06T06:34:19+00:00 x11/libgnome Libraries for GNOME, a GNU desktop environment
LibGnome provides the non-GUI backend for the GNOME environment.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
1998-09-06T06:34:19+00:00 x11/gnomelibs Libraries for GNOME, a GNU desktop environment
Libraries for GNOME, a GNU desktop environment

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
1998-09-06T06:34:19+00:00 x11/gnome-libs Libraries for GNOME, a GNU desktop environment
Libraries for GNOME, a GNU desktop environment

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
1998-09-04T07:17:26+00:00 x11/wdm WINGs Display Manager; an xdm replacement
wdm -- WINGs Display Manager

wdm was initially called DisplayMaker.

This is a modification of XFree86's xdm package for graphically
handling authentication and system login. Most of xdm has been
preserved (XFree86 3.3.2.3) with the Login interface based on a WINGs
implementation using Tom Rothamel's "external greet" interface.

WWW: http://voins.program.ru/wdm/
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkmm30 C++ wrapper for Gtk+3
C++ wrapper for Gtk+, Pango and Atk.

WWW: http://gtkmm.sourceforge.net/
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkmm24 C++ wrapper for Gtk+
C++ wrapper for Gtk+ 2

WWW: http://www.gtkmm.org/
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkmm20 C++ wrapper for Gtk+, Pango, Atk, and Glib
C++ wrapper for Gtk+, Pango, Atk, and Glib.

WWW: http://gtkmm.sourceforge.net/
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkmm12 C++ wrapper for gtk, a x11 graphics library
C++ wrapper for gtk, a x11 graphics library
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk--2 C++ wrapper for Gtk+, Pango, Atk, and Glib
C++ wrapper for Gtk+, Pango, Atk, and Glib.

WWW: http://gtkmm.sourceforge.net/
1998-08-31T22:01:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-- C++ wrapper for gtk, a x11 graphics library
C++ wrapper for gtk, a x11 graphics library
1998-08-30T21:32:43+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-ruri2 Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Ruri2" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Hoshino Ruri" taste.

This catalog is made by:
"M.Kinoshita" <cue@pop01.odn.ne.jp>
1998-08-30T21:31:58+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-roomi Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Roomi" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Roomi" taste.

This catalog is made by:
znc@mail.wbs.ne.jp
1998-08-30T21:30:41+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-multi Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Multi" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Multi" taste.

This catalog is made by:
Yuu Yashiki <s974123@cc.matsuyama-u.ac.jp>
Seiichirou Hiraoka <flathill@flathill.gr.jp>
1998-08-30T21:29:57+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-koshiki Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Koshiki" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Koshiki Yukari" taste.

This catalog is made by:
znc@mail.wbs.ne.jp
1998-08-30T21:28:42+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-ayanami Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Ayanami" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Ayanami Rei" taste.

This catalog is made by:
"CyberKnight Tekkaman Blade" <blade@cyber.email.ne.jp>
1998-08-30T21:27:34+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-asuka Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Asuka" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Soryu Asuka Langley" taste.

This catalog is made by:
dyky@ok.mei.titech.ac.jp
1998-08-30T21:26:06+00:00 japanese/tcsh-nls-generic Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH ("Generic Japanese" taste)
Japanese NLS catalog for TCSH.

NLS catalog allows you to customize output message from TCSH.
This catalog makes them "Generic Japanese" taste.

This catalog is made by:
znc@mail.wbs.ne.jp
1998-08-30T18:30:09+00:00 math/add Full-screen editing calculator
Add is a fixed-point calculator that operates as a full-screen editor.
Add performs fixed-point computation. It is designed for use as a
checkbook or expense-account balancing tool. Add maintains a running
result for each operation. You may scroll to any position in the
expression list and modify the list.

WWW: http://dickey.his.com/add/add.html
1998-08-30T02:32:23+00:00 textproc/nfbtrans ASCII text to Grade Two braille translator
NFBTRANS is a very accurate Grade Two braille translator. It can also
back translate a Grade Two file into normal text. The program has
many options which allow the user to customize its operation.
Formatting commands can be used to generate Tables of Contents, ink
print page numbers, running headers and much more. Translation rules
are in a text file and can easily be modified by the user. The
program can be configured to hyphenate words to save space.

- Max

WWW: http://www.nfb.org/nfbtrans.htm
1998-08-27T16:00:05+00:00 www/apache13-modssl The Apache 1.3 webserver with SSL/TLS functionality
This is Apache version 1.3 plus mod_ssl which provides strong cryptography
via the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS
v1) protocols by the help of the SSL/TLS implementation toolkit OpenSSL which
is based on SSLeay from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson. The mod_ssl package
was created in April 1998 by Ralf S. Engelschall and was originally derived
from software developed by Ben Laurie for use in the Apache-SSL HTTP server
project.

As a summary, here are its main SSL/TLS-related features:
o Open-Source software (BSD-style license)
o Useable for both commercial and non-commercial use
o Available for both Unix and Win32 (Windows 95/98/NT) platforms
o 128-bit strong cryptography world-wide
o Support for SSLv2, SSLv3 and TLSv1 protocols
o Support for both RSA and Diffie-Hellman ciphers
o Clean reviewable ANSI C source code
o Clean Apache module architecture
o Integrates seamlessly into Apache through an Extended API (EAPI)
o Full Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) support
o Advanced pass-phrase handling for private keys
o X.509 certificate based authentication for both client and server
o X.509 certificate revocation list (CRL) support
o Support for per-URL renegotiation of SSL handshake parameters
o Support for explicit seeding of the PRNG from external sources
o Additional boolean-expression based access control facility
o Backward compatibility to other Apache SSL solutions
o Inter-process SSL session cache (DBM and Shared Memory based)
o Powerful dedicated SSL engine logging facility
o Simple and robust application to Apache source trees
o Fully integrated into the Apache 1.3 configuration mechanism
o Additional integration into the Apache Autoconf-style Interface (APACI)
o Assistance in X.509v3 certificate generation (both RSA and DSA)
o Experimental support for external Crypto Devices (OpenSSL ENGINE)

mod_snmp is a plug-in for apache-1.3.x to take apache status by SNMP

LICENSE: Apache License 2.0
WWW: http://www.apache.org/

LICENSE: BSD 4-clause
WWW: http://www.modssl.org/
"This product includes software developed by
Ralf S. Engelschall <rse@engelschall.com> for use in the
mod_ssl project (http://www.modssl.org/)."

LICENSE: BSD 4-clause
WWW: http://www.openssl.org/
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"

LICENSE: BSD 4-clause
WWW: http://www.mod-snmp.com/
"This product includes software developed by Harrie Hazewinkel."
1998-08-26T09:55:38+00:00 german/BBBike Route-finder for cyclists in Berlin and Brandenburg
A route-finder for cyclists in Berlin and Brandenburg.

BBBike is now ported to more than 200 cities around the world - thanks to
the OpenStreetMap project. For more information see the BBBike @ World
homepage http://www.bbbike.org

------------------------------------------------------------------------

BBBike is an information system for cyclists in Berlin and
Brandenburg (Germany). It has the following features:

* Displays a map with streets, railways, rivers, parks, altitude, and
other features
* Finds and shows routes between two points
* Route-finder can be customized to match the cyclist's preferences:
fastest/nicest route, take wind directions and hills into account, etc.)
* Bike power calculator
* Automatically fetches the current Berlin weather data

WWW: http://bbbike.sourceforge.net
1998-08-26T09:41:56+00:00 lang/bc-gcc
More Info:

share/docs/bc-gcc/documentation-as-8x11-ps.tgz

For more information, there are WWW pages for this software:

WWW: http://www-dse.doc.ic.ac.uk/~rj3/bounds-checking.html
-or-
http://www-ala.doc.ic.ac.uk/~phjk/BoundsChecking.html

-- David
obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu
1998-08-25T22:06:49+00:00 japanese/vje30 Modern intelligent Japanese input engine (purchase version)
VJE-Delta Ver.3.0 for Linux/BSD is a modern intelligent
Japanese input engine which very well supports XIM protocol.

Supported styles of input are root-window, over-the-spot,
off-the-spot and on-the-spot, thus you can input Japanese
under almost all kinds of applications including Java applets.

If you want to use it also on console, "esecanna-vje30" is
your friend. Have fun!


A trial version is also provided which you can evaluate for
two months before you buy. Below is the purchase information.

WWW: http://www.vacs.co.jp/news/pcuxVJE30.htm
E-Mail: unix@vacs.co.jp
FAX: 042-728-6864

Akinori MUSHA aka knu <knu@idaemons.org>
1998-08-25T22:06:49+00:00 japanese/vje30-trial Modern intelligent Japanese input engine (trial version)
VJE-Delta Ver.3.0 for Linux/BSD is a modern intelligent
Japanese input engine which very well supports XIM protocol.

Supported styles of input are root-window, over-the-spot,
off-the-spot and on-the-spot, thus you can input Japanese
under almost all kinds of applications including Java applets.

If you want to use it also on console, "esecanna-vje30" is
your friend. Have fun!


This is a trial version which you can evaluate for two months
before you buy. Below is the purchase information.

WWW: http://www.vacs.co.jp/news/pcuxVJE30.htm
E-Mail: unix@vacs.co.jp
FAX: 042-728-6864

Akinori MUSHA aka knu <knu@idaemons.org>
1998-08-25T16:13:04+00:00 devel/gettext GNU gettext meta package
GNU gettext is a framework of libraries and tools for internationalisation
and localisation of software.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/gettext/
1998-08-25T16:13:04+00:00 devel/gettext-old GNU gettext package
This is the GNU gettext package. It is interesting for authors or
maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see
internationalized. As one step the handling of messages in different
languages should be implemented. For this task GNU gettext provides
the needed tools and library functions.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gettext/
1998-08-25T16:13:04+00:00 devel/gettext-devel
This is the GNU gettext package. It is interesting for authors or
maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see
internationalized. As one step the handling of messages in different
languages should be implemented. For this task GNU gettext provides
the needed tools and library functions.
1998-08-25T14:22:27+00:00 lang/slib Portable scheme library
SLIB is a portable scheme library providing compatibility and utility
functions for standard Scheme implementations.

WWW: http://people.csail.mit.edu/jaffer/SLIB.html
1998-08-25T10:32:47+00:00 devel/cvslines Wrapper to ease merging of changes between CVS branches
cvslines extends the capability of the cvs commit command, to provide
extra support in managing multiple concurrent lines of development.

cvslines is a "wrapper" facility that helps out with merging changes
between various cvs branches, where the branches represent different
lines of development.

WWW: http://cvslines.sourceforge.net/menu.html
1998-08-25T02:02:43+00:00 audio/xamp
Xamp is a version of amp with graphical interface provided by
qt toolkit. It comes with the amp-0.7.6 as the core player, as
well as two album management tools: Playlist Editor and ID3 Tag
Editor, and is able to change the background on the fly.

Although it's not as nifty as x11amp is, hopefully it takes less
CPU time and doesn't require OSS sound driver to run.

The program pretty much speaks for itself. You may consult the
man page or the document in the "About Xamp" panel for more
detail.

Have fun!

WWW: http://andrej.co.ru/~andrej/programs/xamp/

- Joe
jslu@dns.ntu.edu.tw
1998-08-24T02:11:20+00:00 www/wcol A prefetching proxy server for WWW
WcolE - WWW Collector 5th generation

Wcol is a prefetching proxy server for WWW.
WcolE is 5th generation of Wcol.

Informaion of Wcol is published by SHiKA project server.
http://shika.aist-nara.ac.jp/products/wcol/wcol.html

Wcol sample configuration file is ${PREFIX}/etc/wcol.conf.sample
Wcol sample startup script is ${PREFIX}/etc/rc.d/wcol.sh.sample
Wcol cache spool directory is ${DEFAULT_POOLDIR}
Wcol pid file is /var/run/wcol.pid
Wcol log is logged by syslog (facility: daemon).

You should prepare wcol config file: ${PREFIX}/etc/wcol.conf

(*) default ${PREFIX} is /usr/local
(*) default ${DEFAULT_POOLDIR} is /var/spool/wcol

If you want to enable wcol at boot time, put in your /etc/rc.conf.local:

wcol_enable="YES"

WWW: http://shika.aist-nara.ac.jp/products/wcol/wcol.html
1998-08-24T01:59:56+00:00 graphics/stamp Adds a graphical, configurable timestamp to a grayscale image
Stamp is a command-line program which will process a greyscale jpeg image,
such as one produced by a greyscale Quickcam. It can add a graphical (and
configurable) timestamp to the image. Stamp can also upload the timestamped
image via FTP, with the configuration of a stamprc file. It also features a
"quad" option which will take the latest image and composite it with up to
three previous images, while timestamping the latest one.

WWW: http://stamp.sourceforge.net/
1998-08-24T01:56:04+00:00 net/mtr Traceroute and ping in a single network diagnostic tool
mtr combines the functionality of the 'traceroute' and 'ping' programs in a
single network diagnostic tool.

As mtr starts, it investigates the network connection between the host mtr runs
on and a user-specified destination host. After it determines the address of
each network hop between the machines, it sends a sequence ICMP ECHO requests to
each one to determine the quality of the link to each machine. As it does this,
it prints running statistics about each machine.

Official mtr repository is at https://github.com/traviscross/mtr

WWW: https://www.bitwizard.nl/mtr/
1998-08-24T01:51:30+00:00 games/xataxx Strategy game of position and movement for X Window System
XAtaxx is a strategy game based on Ataxx, a popular arcade video game.
It is a game of position and movement. The object is to have the most
pieces of your color on the board at the end of the game.
1998-08-24T01:47:12+00:00 games/merlin A pointless puzzle game for Tcl/Tk
Merlin is a puzzle game. The window contains nine buttons each of
which can either be in the "pushed in" or "popped out" state.
Initially the buttons are pushed in or popped out randomly. The
player must clear the board by toggling the buttons until they are
all pushed in. Buttons are toggled with the mouse or via the appropriate
number key. The user starts the game with a number of points. Toggling a
button costs a point. If you clear the board, you get some more points
and a new level to solve. If you run out of points, the game is over.
Merlin records the high-score and the high-level between games.
1998-08-24T01:33:16+00:00 japanese/mnews-gnspool ${.CURDIR}/pkg-comment
1998-08-19T22:48:18+00:00 graphics/4va Four-Dimensional graphics tumbler for X11
Included in this package are:

4va:
4va is a fourth dimensional visualization program for X11.
It takes as input a file describing an object in up to 4 dimensions
and tumbles it in a window according to rotation values given on the
command line.

Ctorus, cutctorus, 4vdmake:
These three programs are object file generators for 4va.
1998-08-19T06:15:08+00:00 devel/ORBit2 High-performance CORBA ORB with support for the C language
ORBit is a high-performance CORBA ORB with support for the C language.
It allows programs to communicate with each other, regardless of their
physical and logical locations.
1998-08-19T06:15:08+00:00 devel/ORBit High-performance CORBA ORB with support for the C language
ORBit is a high-performance CORBA ORB with support for the C language.
It allows programs to send requests and receive replies from other
programs, regardless of the locations of the two programs.
1998-08-18T02:39:39+00:00 net/p5-pRPC
pRPC-modules (Perl RPC) is a package that simplifies the writing of
Perl based client/server applications. RPC::pServer is the package
used on the server side, and you guess what RPC::pClient is for.
See the RPC::pServer(3) and RPC::pClient(3) manpages for detailed
information.

-Vanilla
vanilla@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-08-17T21:37:02+00:00 net/cvsupd-bin
This is the BINARY (statically linked) version of the CVSup server.

CVSup is a software package for distributing and updating collections
of files across a network. It can efficiently and accurately mirror
all types of files, including sources, binaries, hard links, symbolic
links, and even device nodes. CVSup's streaming communication
protocol and multithreaded architecture make it most likely the
fastest mirroring tool in existence today. In addition to being
a great general-purpose mirroring tool, CVSup includes special
features and optimizations specifically tailored to CVS repositories.

WWW: http://www.polstra.com/projects/freeware/CVSup/

jdp@polstra.com
1998-08-17T03:13:12+00:00 games/bugsx Breed bugs using genetic algorithms
Bugsx is a program which draws biomorphs based on parametric plots of
Fourier sine and cosine series and let's you play with them using the
genetic algorithm.
1998-08-17T00:28:24+00:00 games/qstat Command-line program to query game servers on the net
QStat is a command-line program that displays real-time information about
Internet game servers. The servers can be either down, non-responding, or
running a game. For servers running a game, the server name, map name,
current number of players, and response time are displayed. Server rules
and player information may also be displayed. It can output templates for
automatic HTML generation, and also has raw display mode for integration
with custom server browsers.

WWW: https://github.com/multiplay/qstat
1998-08-14T02:08:39+00:00 print/yatex-xemacs Yet Another LaTeX mode and html mode on Emacs (for XEmacs21)
1998-08-14T02:08:39+00:00 print/yatex-xemacs-mule Yet Another LaTeX mode and html mode on Emacs (for XEmacs21-mule)
1998-08-14T02:08:39+00:00 print/yatex-mule Yet Another LaTeX mode and html mode on Emacs (for mule 2.3)
1998-08-14T00:16:07+00:00 print/yatex Yet Another LaTeX mode and html mode on Emacs
YaTeX automates typesetting and previewing of LaTeX and enables
completing input of LaTeX mark-up command such as `\begin{}'..`\end{}'.
YaTeX also supports Demacs which runs on MS-DOS(386), Mule (Multi
Language Enhancement to GNU Emacs), and latex on DOS.

Yahtml is a brand new package for writing HTML files with Emacs. It is
very far from html-mode, html-helper-mode or other existing HTML modes.
It is a good successor of YaTeX in HTML world.

WWW: http://www.yatex.org/
1998-08-13T07:16:47+00:00 misc/qclock
A text based clock that tells you what time it is the way a friend would.
Much better than plain old date!
1998-08-12T14:04:13+00:00 japanese/p5-jcode.pl Perl5 library for Japanese character code conversion
``jcode.pl-2.x'' is a perl library for japanese character code conversion.
It supports translation of each JIS, EUC, Shift JIS texts, and automatically
recognizes the encode-method of the target text files.

To use this, your script should load this library as

+ require "jcode.pl";
or
+ require('jcode.pl');
1998-08-11T15:06:07+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-xfs A X True Type Font Server
A X True Type Font Server.

NOTE: Name of executable is "xfs.xtt", rather than "xfs".

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T15:04:09+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-common Common files for X True Type Servers
Common files for X True Type Servers.
This ports requires XFree86 3.3.3.

I. INSTALL:
For compiling this ports, you will need about 200 MByte on your HDD.

II. CONFIGURATION
After installing this ports, following instructions are required.

1. extract your True Type Font to FONTDIR.
# mkdir /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType
# cp *.ttf /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType/
2. create your font.dir file. mkttfdir.pl is a good utility script.
And now, this port depend on it. For more detail, see its documents.
3. set FontPath in your XF86Config add following line to your XF86Config
FontPath "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType"
4. restart your X server.

enjoy!
1998-08-11T15:02:47+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-W32 A X True Type Server for W32 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for W32 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T15:01:45+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-VGA16 A X True Type Server for VGA16 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for VGA16 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T15:00:37+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-SVGA A X True Type Server for SVGA Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for SVGA Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:58:52+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-S3V A X True Type Server for S3V Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for S3V Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:57:30+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-S3 A X True Type Server for S3 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for S3 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:55:36+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-P9000 A X True Type Server for P9000 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for P9000 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:53:44+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-Mono A X True Type Server for Mono Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for Mono Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:51:11+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-Mach8 A X True Type Server for Mach8 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for Mach8 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:49:37+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-Mach64 A X True Type Server for Mach64 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for Mach64 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:48:02+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-Mach32 A X True Type Server for Mach32 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for Mach32 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:46:55+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-AGX A X True Type Server for AGX Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for AGX Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:45:19+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-8514 A X True Type Server for 8514 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for 8514 Graphics Cards.

WWW: http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/ (Japanese)
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html (Japanese)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T14:43:35+00:00 x11-servers/XttXF86srv-I128 A X True Type Server for I128 Graphics Cards
A X True Type Server for I128 Graphics Cards.

For more info, See
http://cclub.tutcc.tut.ac.jp/%7Ego/unix/xtt.html
or
http://www.ryukyu.ad.jp/%7Eshin/linux/x-tt/
or
http://hawk.ise.chuo-u.ac.jp/student/person/tshiozak/study/
freebsd-at-random/x-tt/index-en.html (in English)

enjoy!
1998-08-11T02:59:56+00:00 net/ntop Network monitoring tool with command line and web interfaces
ntop is a flexible and feature-rich tool for monitoring and troubleshooting
local area networks. It provides command line and web interfaces, the latter
via an embedded web server. ntop is based on libpcap.

WWW: http://www.ntop.org/
1998-08-10T23:41:24+00:00 japanese/lynx-current Console WWW client (browser) with multi-byte encoding support (development release)
lynx is a program which allows a user to access World-Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It uses only ascii representation so
that it can be used from ascii-terminals and dial-in lines.

This port installs the development version of lynx with some experimental
configulation options.

WWW: http://lynx.invisible-island.net/
1998-08-10T16:03:26+00:00 japanese/lynx Console WWW client (browser) with multi-byte encoding support
lynx is a program which allows a user to access World-Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It uses only ascii representation so
that it can be used from ascii-terminals and dial-in lines.

WWW: http://lynx.invisible-island.net/
1998-08-10T07:57:57+00:00 games/wmtimebomb A minesweeper for WindowMaker
Maliwan's Time Bomber
Mine sweeper like game for WindowMaker.

Install:
cd to your home directory and
mkdir .wmtimebomb
and copy the file example.modefile in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/wmtimebomb
(as usual) into the ".wmtimebomb" directory and rename it to "modefile".

Usage: wmtimebomb -t <time> -b <bombs> -x <width> -y <height> -s -c -h
-s will start timebomb with clock in its title
-c will start timebomb with counter in its title
1998-08-10T00:48:55+00:00 misc/xenmenu Highly customizable, text-based menu generator
With xenmenu, users have an easy-to-understand yet flexable menu
programming language with which to create pleasing menus quickly
and easily. These menus, stored as plain ASCII files, can be
modified on the fly and reinstalled without having to recompile
anything or halting xenmenu while reconfiguring. Xenmenu can
also be used as a secure user shell.

WWW: http://www.xenos.net/software/xenmenu/
1998-08-10T00:44:15+00:00 math/geg Visualise multiple 2D-functions of one variable
geg, a GTK+ Equation Grapher is a very simple utility for parsing and plotting
2D-Functions, eg f(x) = 3 + sin(x), and much more complicated functions.
It was written with GTK+ and provides a neat, configurable user interface.

WWW: http://www.infolaunch.com/~daveb/
1998-08-10T00:36:58+00:00 sysutils/asapm Laptop battery status display for X11
'asapm' is an X11 client which displays a battery status of your
notebook computer equiped with APM (Advanced Power Management) BIOS.
The status displayed consists remaining battery life, an AC line
status, a charging status and a digital readout with (a) Percent
battery remaining and (b) estimated time to dead.

NOTE: You need APM driver in your kernel. And enable it to edit
file /etc/rc.conf at `apm_enable=NO' to `YES'.

WWW: http://www.tigr.net/afterstep/view.php?applet=asapm/data
1998-08-10T00:31:41+00:00 editors/hexedit View and edit files in hexadecimal or ASCII
Hexedit view and edit files in hexadecimal or in ASCII. hexedit shows a file
both in ASCII and in hexadecimal. The file can be a device as the file is not
whole read. You can modify the file and search through it. You have also
copy&paste, and save to file functions. Modifications are shown in bold.

WWW: https://github.com/pixel/hexedit
1998-08-10T00:28:06+00:00 x11-fm/ezfm EZWGL-based file manager for X Window System
Ezfm is a EZWGL-based file manager for X Window System. It
offers most of the features one would expect from a file manager.

WWW: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/~mzou/EZFM/
1998-08-10T00:23:49+00:00 x11-fm/jafm Yet another file manager!
This is not Just Another File Manager! jafm supports drag and drop
amongst itself and onto the desktop. Right now it uses qt, but the
author is now in the process of converting it to gtk.

WWW: http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~rlittlew/jafm/

Brett Taylor
brett@peloton.physics.montana.edu
1998-08-10T00:20:29+00:00 math/sc Curses-based spreadsheet program
The spreadsheet calculator sc is based on rectangular tables much like
a financial spreadsheet. When invoked it presents you with a table
organized as rows and columns of cells. If invoked without a file
argument, the table is initially empty. Each cell may have associated
with it a numeric value, a label string, and/or an expression (formula)
which evaluates to a numeric value or label string, often based on other
cell values.
1998-08-10T00:16:36+00:00 www/cgiwrap Securely execute Web CGI scripts
This is CGIWrap - a gateway that allows more secure user access to
CGI programs on an HTTPd server than is provided by the Web server
itself. The primary function of CGIWrap is to make certain that
any CGI script runs with the permissions of the user who installed
it, and not those of the Web server.

CGIWrap works with NCSA httpd, Apache, CERN httpd, NetSite Commerce
and Communications servers, and probably any other Unix-based Web
server software that supports CGI.

WWW: http://cgiwrap.sourceforge.net/
WWW: http://cgiwrap.unixtools.org/
1998-08-10T00:12:43+00:00 graphics/g2 Easy to use, portable, and powerful 2D graphics library
g2 is an easy to use, portable and powerful 2D graphics library. It provides a
comprehensive set of functions for simultaneous generation of graphical output
on different types of devices. Presently, the following devices are supported:
PostScript, GIF and X11 (xfig is in development). g2 is written in C (ANSI)
and additionally has a Fortran interface.
1998-08-10T00:08:48+00:00 devel/libffi Foreign Function Interface
The libffi library provides a portable, high level programming
interface to various calling conventions. This allows a programmer to
call any function specified by a call interface description at run
time.

WWW: http://sources.redhat.com/libffi/
1998-08-10T00:08:48+00:00 devel/libffi-devel Foreign Function Interface
The libffi library provides a portable, high level programming
interface to various calling conventions. This allows a programmer to
call any function specified by a call interface description at run
time.

WWW: http://sources.redhat.com/libffi/
1998-08-09T23:54:16+00:00 math/superlu Library of routines for performing sparse factorization
SuperLU is a general purpose library for the direct solution of large,
sparse, nonsymmetric systems of linear equations on high performance
machines. The library is written in C and is callable from either C or
Fortran. The library routines will perform an LU decomposition with
partial pivoting and triangular system solves through forward and back
substitution. The LU factorization routines can handle non-square
matrices but the triangular solves are performed only for square
matrices. The matrix columns may be preordered (before factorization)
either through library or user supplied routines. This preordering for
sparsity is completely separate from the factorization. Working
precision iterative refinement subroutines are provided for improved
backward stability. Routines are also provided to equilibrate the
system, estimate the condition number, calculate the relative backward
error, and estimate error bounds for the refined solutions.

WWW: http://crd-legacy.lbl.gov/~xiaoye/SuperLU/
1998-08-09T01:39:04+00:00 devel/newlib-m68k
Cygnus newlib-1.8.1 for embedded Motorola M68K and Coldfire cross-development

This port is used by devel/crossm68k-devel to generate a cross-development
environment for embedded Motorola 68xxx and Coldfire applications.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jerry Hicks
jhicks@glenatl.glenayre.com
1998-08-09T01:35:38+00:00 devel/gcc-m68k
FSF gcc-2.8.1 for embedded Motorola M68K and Coldfire cross-development

This port is used by devel/crossm68k-devel to generate a cross-development
environment for embedded Motorola 68xxx and Coldfire applications.

devel/m68knewlib uses this port as a dependency.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jerry Hicks
jhicks@glenatl.glenayre.com
1998-08-09T01:29:10+00:00 devel/binutils-m68k
FSF binutils-2.9.2 for Motorola M68K and Coldfire cross-development

This port is used by devel/crossm68k-devel to generate a cross-development
environment for embedded Motorola 68xxx and Coldfire applications.

devel/m68kgcc uses this port as a dependency.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jerry Hicks
jhicks@glenatl.glenayre.com
1998-08-09T01:17:19+00:00 www/wwwoffle Caching proxy server for HTTP and FTP designed for dial-up hosts
The wwwoffled program is a simple proxy server with special features
for use with dial-up internet links. This means that it is possible to
browse web pages and read them without having to remain connected.

* Can be configured to use dial-on-demand for pages that are not cached.
* Selection of pages to download next time online
+ Using normal browser to follow links.
+ Command line interface to select pages for downloading.
* Control which pages can be requested when offline.
* Provides non-cached access to intranet servers.

WWW: http://www.gedanken.org.uk/software/wwwoffle/
1998-08-09T01:10:30+00:00 games/tinymux Multi-Player FreeForm adventure Program
TinyMUX is a text-based game server in the MUSH family (which also
includes PennMUSH, TinyMUSH, and RhostMUSH). It is a platform which
allows potentially several thousand players to connect to a single
text-driven environment, interact with each other and with the
environment (which is maintain in a database). The rich programming
environment can be used to build almost anything, limited only by
your own imagination.

WWW: http://www.tinymux.org/
1998-08-09T00:38:46+00:00 mail/pathalias Mail routing tools

Pathalias computes the shortest paths and corresponding
routes from one host (computer system) to all other known,
reachable hosts. Pathalias reads host-to-host connectiv-
ity information on standard input or in the named files,
and writes a list of host-route pairs on the standard out-
put.

pathalias, written by steve bellovin and peter honeyman, is in the
public domain, and may be used by any person or organization, in
any way and for any purpose.
1998-08-09T00:34:33+00:00 news/pgpmoose PGP Moose - signatures for moderated newsgroups
PGP Moose / by Greg Rose <ggr@usenix.org>

The aim of this software is to monitor the news
postings of moderators of USENET newsgroups, and to
automatically cancel forged messages purporting to
be approved. This can be extended to the approvals
of individual users to automatically cancel messages
that appear without having been authorised by the
user. This has (obviously) been prompted by the
recent spammings and other events.
This software and protocol is designed around
cryptographic signatures. The protocol is designed
to allow the use of different signature techniques.
This implemention assumes the use of PGP signatures,
but can be easily modified to use others, such as
the Digital Signature Standard. PGP was chosen for
its widespread availability around the world.
PGP, the crux of the cryptographic software, was
written by Phil Zimmermann <prz@acm.org>, who
otherwise has nothing to do with this. The
cryptographic framework was written by Greg Rose
<ggr@usenix.org>, as were the INN news system hooks.

WWW: http://seer-grog.net/pgpmoose.html
1998-08-09T00:28:23+00:00 www/xitami A fast, portable multithreaded web server
Based on the SMT multithreading kernel from iMatix, the Xitami ['shi-tami']
web server is scalable and efficient, especially at high loads. Unlike Apache,
NCSA httpd, Netscape's Enterprise Server, or IIS, Xitami handles all
connections (except CGI) within a single process, without creating child
processes or multiple threads. The cost of a connection ('hit') is extremely
low.

Xitami supports the main HTTP operations: GET, POST, HEADER. It also supports
virtual hosts, CGI, clickable image maps, CERN/NCSA logging, log cycling,
protected directories, direct execution of Perl programs, and browser-based
configuration and management. It does not support secure sockets.

Xitami is available for multiple platforms (UNIX, OpenVMS, Win 3.x, Win 95,
Win NT, OS/2) and is free software. Please read the Xitami license agreement
for details.

WWW: http://www.xitami.com/
1998-08-06T17:57:50+00:00 astro/openuniverse OpenGL Solar System simulator for X Window System
This program draws the Solar System's bodies in simulated 3-dimensionality.
You can view all the planets, their moons and a few spaceships in motion,
trace them, follow them, orbit them, and even control them.

OpenUniverse was formerly known as Solar System Simulator (Ssystem). It was
initially released in 1997 with the intent of creating a rotating display of
the Earth on a mainstream PC. Ssystem version 1.0 was only aware of the
planets. Version 1.2 added moons; and 1.6, more means of movement and
better textures.

The program has been renamed OpenUniverse 1.0 to underline the concept
behind its further development: openness for the whole Universe, not just
the solar system -- open for anyone to use, extend, and change.

WWW: http://openuniverse.sourceforge.net/
1998-08-04T17:59:51+00:00 security/zenmap GUI frontend for the Nmap scanning utility
Zenmap is the official GUI front end for the Nmap port scanning tool.
Originally based on Umit, it has replaced NmapFE as per Nmap 4.50.
Also included are python based Nmap auxiliary tools (currently Ndiff).

WWW: https://nmap.org/zenmap/
1998-08-04T17:59:51+00:00 security/nmapfe GUI frontend for the nmap scanning utility
nmapfe is a GUI front end for the nmap port scanning tool.

WWW: http://www.insecure.org/nmap/index.html

-- David
obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu
1998-08-04T17:59:51+00:00 security/nmap Port scanning utility for large networks
Nmap is a utility for network exploration and security auditing.
It supports various types of host discovery (determine which hosts
are up), many port scanning techniques for different protocols,
version detection (determine service protocols and application
versions listening behind ports), and TCP/IP stack fingerprinting
(remote host OS or device identification). Nmap also offers
flexible target and port specification, decoy/stealth scanning,
sunRPC scanning, and much more.

Also included is Ncat, the nc(1) work-a-like of the Nmap project.
Refer to the separate port security/zenmap for those parts of the
Nmap toolset which depend on python. The translated manual pages
for Nmap are contained in security/nmap-i18n-man.

WWW: https://nmap.org/

See the web page and the Phrack Magazine article (Volume 7, Issue 51
September 01, 1997, article 11 of 17) https://nmap.org/p51-11.html
1998-08-04T17:04:18+00:00 misc/diction GNU diction and style
This is the GNU diction and style, free implementations of old standard
Unix commands. For some reason, many modern systems lack them. Diction
prints wordy and commonly misused phrases. Style analyses surface
characteristics of a document, e.g. sentence length and various
readability measures.

Both commands support English and German documents.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/diction/diction.html
1998-08-03T06:28:04+00:00 sysutils/doconfig Kernel "config" wrapper ala Digital Unix's doconfig
The author wrote:

This is a kernel 'config' wrapper for the simple people, based off the
'doconfig' command in Digital Unix. It is actually composed of two
commands written in perl4: doconfig and autokernconf. doconfig calls
autokernconf if no config file is specified--in the future it is intended
that autokernconf can be crufted up to chew on the output of dmesg and
other sources to give a somewhat intelligently defaulted kernel config
template, based off the GENERIC template. For now it just copies GENERIC
and changes ident as appropriate.

Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-08-03T00:15:02+00:00 japanese/diclookup-mule CDROM dictionary client for mule
diclookup-mule is a CDROM dictionary client for mule.

This package requires mule and ndtp server.
Either dserver (japanese/dserver) or ndtpd (japanese/ndtpd) must be set up.

WOW! This version supports `sound' of EPWING V2 format. Let's install xanim.
(Sound in the other format like EB,EBG,EBXA are not supported.)
1998-08-03T00:15:02+00:00 japanese/diclookup-emacs20 CDROM dictionary client for emacs. (needs ndtpd or dserver package)
diclookup-mule is a CDROM dictionary client for mule.

This package requires mule and ndtp server.
Either dserver (japanese/dserver) or ndtpd (japanese/ndtpd) must be set up.

WOW! This version supports `sound' of EPWING V2 format. Let's install xanim.
(Sound in the other format like EB,EBG,EBXA are not supported.)
1998-08-01T23:34:42+00:00 benchmarks/dbs Distributed network benchmarking system
DBS is a useful tool chest for evaluating TCP implementations, specifically
flow control, retransmission control and congestion avoidance.

-It can treat multiple TCP connections spanning multiple hosts
simultaneously, and
-It has the capability of measuring the changes of application
level throughput at every data transmission.

WWW: http://www.kusa.ac.jp/~yukio-m/dbs/
1998-08-01T05:00:13+00:00 games/pp Prometeus Project - real time strategy game for X Window System
The main goal is to destroy all enemy buildings.
Therefor you have to produce vehicles. Every car needs a controller,
and every control station can control five cars.

Furthermore you need energy to build cars and buildings, and every
car and building needs energy each round. So you first should build some
energy producers.

Special buildings:

Cannon 1+2: Attacks vehicles, very strong, large range, but cannot move.
Reserch Center: Allows you to build other cars and buildings.
Radar: Allows you to see what happens.

WWW: http://www.mps.de/pp/home.html
1998-07-31T21:02:41+00:00 devel/gide GTK-based IDE for the C programming Language
gIDE is a new gtk-based Integrated Development Environment for the C
programming language. Currently under active development, new
features are constantly being added so please see the home page.

WWW: http://gide.pn.org/

- Rom.
rom_glsa@ein-hashofet.co.il
1998-07-31T19:32:38+00:00 games/spellcast Multiplayer fight with spells turn based game for X Window System
This is a game concerning the imaginary conflict between two or more
powerful wizards in a duel of sorcery. The opponents perform magical
gestures with their hands to create their supernatural weapons --
spells. Some are so potent as to be able to blind a man, call forth
terrifying creatures, or even kill the unfortunate victim instantly.
Consequently each wizard must rely on his own cunning to be able to
time enough defensive spells to avoid the brunt of his adversary's
attack, yet force in sufficient offensive spells of his own to crack
the magical armour of his opponent, and kill the wizard outright. The
inventor wishes to state that he has never been involved in a magical
duel but would be interested to discover how realistic the game is for
those who have...

WWW: http://www.eblong.com/zarf/spellcast.html
1998-07-31T18:47:37+00:00 www/web500gw HTTP gateway to LDAP-based directories
This is an HTTP-to-LDAP gateway:

-------- ----------------- -------- ( --------
| WWW | | WWWeb to | LDAP | | LDAP |( | X.500 |
|Browser |<- HTTP ->| LDAP g/w | API |<- LDAP ->| server |(- DAP ->| server |
|________| |__________|______| |________|( |________|
web500gw ldapd (

WWW: http://web500gw.sourceforge.net/

Author: Frank.Richter@hrz.tu-chemnitz.de

Port to FreeBSD by
Brent J. Nordquist <bjn@visi.com>
Thu Jul 30 1998
1998-07-30T15:15:35+00:00 devel/clig Auto-generate an (argc, argv) processor, usage message, and manpage
Clig generates C code to take apart the typical command-line arguments
given to a C program. Input to clig is a simple description file that
specifies the name and number of options, their type (Flag, String,
Float, Int) and permissible range, and which options are mandatory. From
this, clig will generate self-contained C code to include in your program,
a usage message, and a manual page skeleton.

Clig does a lot more than getopt!

WWW: http://BSDforge.com/projects/devel/clig
1998-07-29T14:55:49+00:00 korean/ghostscript55httf Aladdin Postscript interpreter with Korean truetype support
This is Aladdin Ghostscript, the non-GPL version that comes with a licence
different from the GPL. Read the file PUBLIC in the work/gsX.Y directory or
in ${PREFIX}/share/ghostscript/X.Y/doc/PUBLIC after installation for details !

Ghostscript is the well-known PostScript interpreter which is available for
all common and most esoteric platforms and supports many different printers
and some displays.

Official ghostscript homepage, see:
http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/index.html

This FreeBSD port includes two useful add-on packages:
o Support for HP DeskJet 670, 690, 850, 855, 870, 890, 1100 and 1600,
see announcement on
http://www.erdw.ethz.ch/~bonk/hp850/hp850.html
o Support for pdfencrypt, see description on
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~geoffk/pdfencrypt/

Thomas Merz has written a Ghostscript manual in PDF format:
http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/merz.html

The manual is also available in German language, see:
http://www.muc.de/~tm/free/free.html

For Korean truetype patch, see
http://www.kr.FreeBSD.org/~cjh/freetime/printing/freetype-gs/

--
CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://www.kr.FreeBSD.org/~cjh/freetime/printing/freetype-gs/
1998-07-29T14:55:49+00:00 korean/ftghostscript5 Aladdin Postscript interpreter with Korean Truetype fonts support
GNU Ghostscript is the name of a set of software that provides:

- An interpreter for the PostScript (TM) language, and

- A set of C procedures (the Ghostscript library) that implement
the graphics capabilities that appear as primitive operations in the
PostScript language.

GNU Ghostscript comes with NO WARRANTY and NO SUPPORT.

Also included with this package is the PCL3 driver written by Martin
Lottermoser with defaults for a Deskjet 560C.

This version can handle Korean(and Japanese) Truetype fonts
using FreeType library. It also has some bugfix for correctly working
CID-Keyed fonts.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://www.kr.freebsd.org/~cjh/freetime/printings/gs-ko/
1998-07-28T23:43:25+00:00 finance/gnucash Quicken-like money and finance manager
Gnucash is the next generation of money manager created from a merger of
X-Accountant and GnoMoney.

Its features include:

* Ability to import Quicken files ( a must )
* Reports, Graphs, and all of those goodies that you find in Quicken.
* Gnome compliant ( if that is the correct way to put it )
* Separate the GUI from the actual "account/transaction engine"
* Multiple accounts ( Check, Credit, Cash, Mutual Funds, etc.. )

WWW: https://www.gnucash.org/
1998-07-28T23:43:25+00:00 finance/gnucash-devel Quicken-like money and finance manager
Gnucash is the next generation of money manager created from a merger of
X-Accountant and GnoMoney.

Its features include:

* Ability to import Quicken files ( a must )
* Reports, Graphs, and all of those goodies that you find in Quicken.
* Gnome compliant ( if that is the correct way to put it )
* Separate the GUI from the actual "account/transaction engine"
* Multiple accounts ( Check, Credit, Cash, Mutual Funds, etc.. )

WWW: http://www.gnucash.org/
1998-07-28T23:43:25+00:00 deskutils/gnucash
Gnucash is the next generation of money manager created from a merger of
X-Accountant and GnoMoney.

Its features include:

* Ability to import Quicken files ( a must )
* Reports, Graphs, and all of those goodies that you find in Quicken.
* Gnome compliant ( if that is the correct way to put it )
* Separate the GUI from the actual "account/transaction engine"
* Multiple accounts ( Check, Credit, Cash, Mutual Funds, etc.. )

WWW: http://www.gnucash.org/
1998-07-28T15:22:17+00:00 devel/glib20 Some useful routines of C programming (current stable version)
GLib provides a simple, abstract, and highly portable set of C support
routines such as lists, trees, hashes, memory allocation, and much, much
more. It is a foundation for writing portable applications.

WWW: https://www.gtk.org/
1998-07-28T15:22:17+00:00 devel/glib13
This is GLib version 1.3. GLib, is a library which includes support
routines for C such as lists, trees, hashes, memory allocation, and
many other things.

WWW: http://www.gtk.org/
ftp://ftp.gtk.org/pub/gtk

A mailing list is located at gtk-list@redhat.com for discussion.

Warning: this library is unstable development version, incompatible with
version 1.2, so it could not be used as a replacement for the older one.

- Vanilla
vanilla@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-07-28T15:22:17+00:00 devel/glib12 Some useful routines of C programming (previous stable version)
This is GLib version 1.2. GLib, is a library which includes support
routines for C such as lists, trees, hashes, memory allocation, and
many other things.

WWW: https://www.gtk.org/
ftp://ftp.gtk.org/pub/gtk

A mailing list is located at gtk-list@redhat.com for discussion.
1998-07-28T06:25:43+00:00 lang/caml-light Strongly typed functional language belonging to the ML family
Caml is a strongly-typed functional programming language from the
ML family, close to Standard ML but slightly different.

WWW: http://caml.inria.fr/

The Caml Light system comprises the following parts:
- An interactive system, based on a read-eval-print loop.
- A batch compiler and linker, `camlc'. The compiler
produces standalone executable programs.
- A medium-sized standard library.
- A tool to build libraries of frequently-used program modules.
- A parser generator and a lexical analyzer generator, in the
style of lex and yacc.
- Various programming tools:
- A source-level debugger with replay capabilities (``time travel'').
- An hypertext browser for modules.
- A simple Emacs editing mode, plus the ability to run the
- toplevel or the debugger under Emacs.
- Search by types on modules.
- Several interface libraries:
- Portable graphic primitives (simple line and text drawings).
- Interface with the Unix system calls.
- Arbitrary-precision rational arithmetic (extremely efficient).
- High-level string operations (regular expressions, ...).
1998-07-27T07:25:36+00:00 security/smurflog Program to assist logging of smurf attacks
This program is designed to log smurf attacks and the broadcasts used.
Essentially it is just an ICMP echo reply logger with the following twists:

- Logging only begins after passing a certain threshold rate of packets/sec
and kilobytes/sec. This prevents the logging of innocent ping replies.
- Only the /24 is logged, and it is only logged once per attack.
1998-07-26T08:14:03+00:00 audio/sidplay Commodore SID-chip emulator that plays SID music files
Basically, SIDPLAY is just an ordinary music player software. More
specifically, it emulates the Sound Interface Device chip (MOS 6581,
known as SID) and the Micro Processor Unit (MOS 6510) of the
Commodore 64 on your computer. Its platform-independent software
emulates hardware components. Therefore it is able to load and execute
C64 machine code programs which produce music or sound. In general,
these are independent fragments of code and data which have been
ripped from games and demonstration programs and were transferred
directly from the C64. All you need is a supported operating system and
audio hardware with average PCM waveform playback capabilities. A
fast CPU and a 16-bit sound card are recommended for better
performance.
1998-07-26T08:14:03+00:00 audio/libsidplay2 Library to play Commodore 64 SID-tunes cycle accurately
Sidplay 2 is the second in the Sidplay series originally developed by Michael
Schwendt. This version is written by Simon White and is cycle accurate for
improved sound reproduction. Sidplay 2 is capable of playing all C64 mono and
stereo file formats.

WWW: http://sidplay2.sourceforge.net/
1998-07-26T08:14:03+00:00 audio/libsidplay Commodore SID-chip emulator library to play SID music files
Basically, SIDPLAY is just an ordinary music player software. More
specifically, it emulates the Sound Interface Device chip (MOS 6581,
known as SID) and the Micro Processor Unit (MOS 6510) of the
Commodore 64 on your computer. Its platform-independent software
emulates hardware components. Therefore it is able to load and execute
C64 machine code programs which produce music or sound. In general,
these are independent fragments of code and data which have been
ripped from games and demonstration programs and were transferred
directly from the C64. All you need is a supported operating system and
audio hardware with average PCM waveform playback capabilities. A
fast CPU and a 16-bit sound card are recommended for better
performance.

This is just the library. To actually use it, you need one of the
front-ends like 'sidplay' or 'xsidplay'.
1998-07-25T21:36:10+00:00 audio/play Simple audio file player
play is a command-line based audio player.
supported formats: RIFF and U-Law.
1998-07-20T23:55:36+00:00 textproc/yodl Easy to use but powerful document formatting/preparation language
YODL - Your Own Document Language, implements an easy-to-use, yet
powerful document preparation language. It also includes converters to
convert documents written in that language to several formats, including
ASCII, man page format, LaTeX, DVI, XML, and HTML.

WWW: http://fbb-git.gitlab.io/yodl/
1998-07-20T23:20:24+00:00 www/htmlpp Perl script to allow easy creation of HTML from template files
htmlpp is a Perl[45] script that allows easy maintaining of Web sites of
any size, by allowing you to create "template" HTML files using a form of
page description language. It will even turn plain-text files into
quick-n-dirty, yet nicely formatted HTML using the "GURU mode" feature.
Documentation is included in HTML format
(stored in /usr/local/share/doc/htmlpp), and since the documentation was
produced using htmlpp itself, you can take a look at the source file (also
installed) to see an example of how to use htmlpp.

WWW: http://www.imatix.com/html/htmlpp/index.htm
1998-07-20T03:56:55+00:00 audio/wmmixer An audio mixer for the WindowMaker dock
An audio mixer for the WindowMaker dock.
1998-07-20T03:51:46+00:00 lang/ETHOberonV4 Oberon-2/V4 from ETH (Linux emulation)
Linux-Oberon (TM) V4 Release 0.9 (Linux 1.X version)
======================================================
Linux-Oberon is an Oberon implementation for Linux
based machines or FreeBSD using Linux emulation. It
covers both the programming language Oberon and the
Oberon system closely resembling the original imple-
mentation by N. Wirth and J. Gutknecht.

Linux-Oberon implements the Oberon2 language exten-
sions.

WWW: http://www.oberon.ethz.ch/

NUX-Oberon (TM) V4 Release 0.9 (Linux 1.X version)
======================================================
Copyright 1990-1994 ETH Zurich
1998-07-20T03:45:24+00:00 textproc/gxditview An X11 based previewer for groff output
Gxditview is a version of xditview that supports groff. It can be
used by adding a -X option to your groff command line. It creates a
page preview of what will be printed.

Note: to install this as a port, you need to have installed the
contrib/ and gnu/ source code.

-Dom
dom@myrddin.demon.co.uk
1998-07-20T03:04:33+00:00 japanese/slrn Newsreader based on the S-Lang library
Slrn is an easy to use, but powerful NNTP newsreader. It is based on the
S-Lang library.

WWW: http://www.slrn.org/
1998-07-20T02:58:33+00:00 japanese/dvipsk-vflib A DVI to PostScript translator + Japanese patch + vflib patch
Dvipsk converts a DVI file produced by TeX (or other program) to
a PostScript file. Missing fonts can be automatically generated if
METAFONT exists on the system, or can be converted from `gf' to `pk'
format on demand. Dvips also supports `tpic', `psfig', `emtex',
and `METAPOST'.

The dvipsk program is modified version of Tom Rokicki's dvips and
use the kpathsea library for configuration and path searching.
You may have to set some variables in the path configuration file for
kpathsea `/usr/local/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf' so that the program
can find PK fonts, Virtual fonts and TFM files. For example,

PKFONTS = .:/usr/local/lib/fonts/{pk118:pk240:pk300:pk360:pk400:pk600}:{$TEXMF
/fonts:$VARTEXFONTS}//pk/{$MAKETEX_MODE:modeless}//
VFFONTS = .:{/usr/local/share/fonts/makejvf:$TEXMF/fonts}//vf//
TFMFONTS = .:{/usr/local/share/fonts/makejvf:$TEXMF/fonts:$VARTEXFONTS}//tfm//

- Makoto WATANABE
watanabe@zlab.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp
1998-07-20T02:39:04+00:00 security/bjorb Secure TCP relay software with SSL
Bjorb is secure TCP relay software. Bjorb provides you, secure end-to-end
connection over insecure network such as Internet.

Features:
1. Encrypt/decrypt any "static port" TCP connection with SSL.
2. Restrcit access by IP address.
3. Server side certification.
4. Client side certification.

WWW: http://www.hitachi-ms.co.jp/bjorb/
1998-07-20T02:30:59+00:00 print/enscriptfonts More than 120 free- and share-ware fonts to extend enscript-1.5
The enscriptfonts More than 120 free- and share-ware fonts to extend enscript.

In the README file in the ${DESTDIR} which defaults to
/usr/local/share/enscript/xenscript is a list of the font names for the 120+
fonts. Also in this directory are many *.readme files from the shareware
distributions. Please consult this files for licensing conditions.
1998-07-19T15:24:14+00:00 japanese/libslang Library permits a programmer to develop software
S-Lang is an interpreted language that was designed from the start to be
easily embedded into a program to provide it with a powerful extension
language. S-Lang is also a programmer's library that permits a programmer to
develop sophisticated platform-independent software.

Takashi Mega
mega@minz.org
1998-07-19T05:05:13+00:00 audio/esound Sound library for enlightenment package
[From the EsounD website:]

[W]hen two or more applications want to play sounds at the same time,
it's on a first-come, first-served basis. Whoever gets to the audio
device first wins. EsounD changes all of that...

The Enlightened Sound Daemon mixes several audio streams for playback by
a single audio device. You can also pre-load samples, and play them back
without having to send all the data for the sound. Network transparency
is also built in, so you can play sounds on one machine, and listen to
them on another.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~ricdude/EsounD.html
1998-07-19T02:37:30+00:00 databases/cdb Fast lookup database library & utilities
cdb is a fast, reliable, lightweight package for creating and reading
constant databases. Its database structure provides several features:

* Fast lookups: A successful lookup in a large database normally takes
just two disk accesses. An unsuccessful lookup takes only one.
* Low overhead: A database uses 2048 bytes, plus 24 bytes per record,
plus the space for keys and data.
* No random limits: cdb can handle any database up to 4 gigabytes. There
are no other restrictions; records don't even have to fit into memory.
Databases are stored in a machine-independent format.
* Fast atomic database replacement: cdbmake can rewrite an entire
database two orders of magnitude faster than other hashing packages.
* Fast database dumps: cdbdump prints the contents of a database in
cdbmake-compatible format.

cdb is designed to be used in mission-critical applications like e-mail.
Database replacement is safe against system crashes. Readers don't have
to pause during a rewrite.

Note for developers: packages that need to read cdb files should
incorporate the necessary portions of the cdb library rather than
relying on an external cdb library. (See WWW)

WWW: http://cr.yp.to/cdb.html
1998-07-18T19:59:55+00:00 mail/qmail Secure, reliable, efficient, simple, and fast MTA
The qmail program is a secure, reliable, efficient simple message
transfer agent. It is meant to be a replacement for the entire
sendmail-binmail system that most UNIX hosts use.

Although qmail holds security and reliability as its top two
priorities, it is also fast. On a Pentium under BSD/OS, qmail can
easily handle 200000 separate messages per day that are injected
and must then be delivered to local mailboxes!

Security and reliability are qmail's two strengths, however. The
qmail package ensures a message, once accepted, will never be lost.
An optional new mailbox format, maildir, even lets users safely
read their mail over NFS, while still accepting new mail deliveries.

The following features are supported: host and user masquerading,
full host hiding, virtual domains, null clients, list-owner rewriting,
relay control, double-bounce recording, arbitrary RFC 822 address
lists, cross-host mailing-list loop detection, per-recipient
checkpointing, downed host backoffs, independent message retry
schedules, a drop-in sendmail replacement, and more!

http://pobox.com/~djb/qmail.html
WWW: http://www.qmail.org/
1998-07-17T17:41:20+00:00 sysutils/xwatch A Gtk-based program for watching files (e.g. logs) in a window
This software allows you to monitor files or pipes in a window. The
window is updated when the file changes, in the fashion of "tail -f",
making xwatch well-suited for monitoring system logs, "make" logs, and
so forth. It uses the Gtk toolkit.
1998-07-16T06:35:29+00:00 graphics/pstoedit Convert PostScript to other vector graphic formats
pstoedit converts Postscript(TM) and PDF files to other vector graphic
formats so that they can be edited graphically.

WWW: http://www.pstoedit.net/
1998-07-15T10:05:45+00:00 lang/sml-nj Popular functional language from Bell Labs
A Standard ML implementation from Bell-Labs. Implements the SML '97 definition
including the new Basis library with a few minor omissions and discrepancies.

WWW: http://www.smlnj.org/

If you are interested in a lighter weight implementation of ML,
the Moscow-ML port is recommended.
1998-07-15T10:05:45+00:00 lang/sml-nj-devel Popular functional language from Bell Labs
A Standard ML implementation from Bell-Labs. Implements the SML '97 definition
including the new Basis library with a few minor omissions and discrepancies.

WWW: http://www.smlnj.org/

If you are interested in a lighter weight implementation of ML,
the Moscow-ML port is recommended.
1998-07-15T09:56:31+00:00 sysutils/no-login Refuse a login to a user, and make a note of it in syslog
This program will refuse login to a user, and make a note of it in the
system logs (syslog). This is suitable for use as a "login shell" for
a user that you want to temporarily deny access to. Just set that user's
shell to /usr/local/sbin/nologin.
1998-07-14T01:15:18+00:00 games/battalion Monsters, explosions, destruction game for X Window System
Monsters, explosions, destruction game for X Window System.
You are a giant monster in a small city, being
attacked by the military.

WWW: https://www.evl.uic.edu/aej/AndyBattalion.html
1998-07-13T22:53:34+00:00 audio/x11amp X11-based MP3 player with nice graphical interface
x11amp is a graphical (X11) MP3 player, with a user interface similar
to the WinAMP MP3 player for Windows.

This version will work with either the standard FreeBSD audio driver
or with the Open Sound System (OSS) sound driver. OSS is an advanced,
high quality, commercial sound driver for FreeBSD. You may evaluate it
for free for 7 days, after which you must purchase it for $20. Please see
http://www.opensound.com/ for more details.

WWW: http://memory.xmms.org/x11amp_v5/
1998-07-13T03:58:12+00:00 misc/jargon The famous jargon file
Do you know what 'foo' means? Have you wondered about the
mutated punchline in the BUGS section of tunefs(8)? Do you
know the 'least random number'?

Find all answers in the jargon file, a comprehensive compendium
of hacker slang illuminating many aspects of hackish tradition,
folklore, and humor.

WWW: http://www.catb.org/~esr/jargon/
1998-07-13T02:21:34+00:00 graphics/gtkdps Gtk bindings for the Display GhostScript System
A set of functions, objects, and widgets to use Display GhostScript System
easily with GTK.

WWW: http://www.gyve.org/gtkDPS/
1998-07-13T02:19:25+00:00 x11/dgs Display ghostscript system
GNU dgs is a display ghostscript system. It has been decommissioned by
the GNU project for "no longer [being] useful in conjunction with current
GNUstep" and the latest release dates back to the year 2000.
1998-07-13T02:08:42+00:00 misc/scriptkit
guile script kit for GYVE port
1998-07-13T02:05:07+00:00 lang/guileobjc
library to send message from GNU GUILE to Objective C objects
1998-07-13T02:02:32+00:00 lang/libobjects
GNU Objective-C Class Library
1998-07-13T00:13:21+00:00 german/webalizer2
What is The Webalizer?
----------------------

A fast, free web server log file analysis program. Produces
HTML output for viewing with a web browser. Written in C on
a Linux platform, however designed to be as ANSI/POSIX
compliant as possible so porting to other UNIX platforms should
be painless. Binary distributions for most popular platforms
are available. Features multiple language support, incremental
processing capabilities, reverse DNS lookup support, export via
tab seperated ascii files to popular databases and spreadsheets,
and much more. Supports standard CLF and combined logs, as well
as wu-ftpd xferlog and squid proxy logs, which can be either in
standard text format or gzip compressed.

Keywords: Web Analysis, Log Analysis, Usage Statistics, Linux, Unix
Author: Bradford L. Barrett
Maintained-by: Bradford L. Barrett
WWW: http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/
Alternate-site:http://samhain.unix.cslab.tuwien.ac.at/webalizer/
FTP: ftp://www.mrunix.net/pub/webalizer/
Platforms: Linux, SCO, other UNIX's
Copying-policy: GPL
1998-07-13T00:13:21+00:00 german/webalizer
What is The Webalizer?
----------------------

The Webalizer is a web server log file analysis program which produces
usage statistics in HTML format for viewing with a browser. The results
are presented in both columnar and graphical format, which facilitates
interpretation. Yearly, monthly, daily and hourly usage statistics are
presented, along with the ability to display usage by site, URL, referrer,
user agent (browser) and country (user agent and referrer are only
available if your web server procduces Combined log format files).

The Webalizer supports CLF (common log format) log files, as well as
Combined log formats as defined by NCSA and others, and variations
of these which it attempts to handle intelligently.

Keywords: Web Analysis, Log Analysis, Usage Statistics, Linux, Unix
Author: Bradford L. Barrett
Maintained-by: Bradford L. Barrett
WWW: http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/
FTP: ftp://www.mrunix.net/pub/webalizer/
Platforms: Linux, SCO, other UNIX's
Copying-policy: GPL
1998-07-12T23:57:25+00:00 games/xmball Masterball puzzle for X Window System
Masterball is a puzzle similar in nature to the famous Rubik's Cube.
The original puzzle has 8 sectors on a sphere (longitudinal cuts),
with each sector divided into 4 segments (latitudinal cuts).

By building from the source and editing its Imakefile before the
``build'' phase, you may be able to use Motif or LessTif with this port.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-07-12T23:53:09+00:00 games/bogged Word game for X Window System
Bogged is an addictive word game, like boggle,
for X Window System and Tcl/Tk.
1998-07-12T23:48:34+00:00 games/xmlink Missing Link puzzle for X Window System
Ideal's The Missing Link, a 4x4 puzzle, riding on the wave of Rubik's
Cube craze. There are many variations on this theme, including the "6x6"
puzzle and Babylon Tower. What makes the Missing Link a harder puzzle to
solve is that the 2 center positions rotate together.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-07-12T23:43:23+00:00 misc/bb High quality audio-visual demonstration for text terminal
BB is an high quality audio-visual demonstration for your text
terminal. It is portable demo, so you can run it on plenty of operating
systems and DOS.

Supports: DOS (VGA + MDA), stdio, curses, slang, X11, gpm, linux-console
Sound: OSS, Sun audio, SGI, DEC Aplha, AIX, HP-UX, DOS (GUS CLASSIC, GUS
CLASSIC, GUS MAX, GUS ACE, GUS PNP, SB, ESS, PC-buzzer
1998-07-12T23:35:15+00:00 graphics/xwpick Image pick up utility for X Window System
Xwpick lets you pick an image from an arbitrary window or rectangular
area of an X Window (DEC Window) server and write it to a file in a
variety of formats.
1998-07-12T23:30:04+00:00 biology/hmmer Profile hidden Markov models for biological sequence analysis
HMMER is an implementation of profile hidden Markov model methods for
sensitive searches of biological sequence databases using multiple sequence
alignments as queries.

Given a multiple sequence alignment as input, HMMER builds a statistical
model called a "hidden Markov model" which can then be used as a query into
a sequence database to find (and/or align) additional homologues of the
sequence family.

WWW: http://hmmer.org/
1998-07-12T23:24:39+00:00 textproc/txt2html Convert raw text to something with a little HTML formatting
txt2html is a Perl program that converts plain text to HTML using
the included HTML::TextToHTML module.

It supports headings, lists, simple character markup, and
hyperlinking, and is highly customizable. It recognizes some of the
apparent structure of the source document (mostly whitespace and
typographic layout), and attempts to mark that structure explicitly
using HTML.

WWW: http://txt2html.sourceforge.net/
1998-07-12T23:19:00+00:00 japanese/p5-manual Perl5 Japanese manual
perl5 japanese manual
You can redistribute this under GPL or Artistic License.
1998-07-12T23:14:13+00:00 x11-clocks/wmtime Time/Date applet for WindowMaker
This is a very nice clock that runs in the WindowMaker "dock". Either
digital or analog clock faces can be specified.
1998-07-12T23:08:56+00:00 games/xdigger Boulderdash-like KC85 Digger for X Window System
XDigger is digger game for X Window System. Digger was
originally developed for the KC 85/3 and KC 85/4.
1998-07-12T23:04:33+00:00 mail/coolmail Xbiff like mail tool with animated 3D graphics
Coolmail is like xbiff -- it watches your inbox mail file
and lets you know when you have mail. But unlike xbiff, it can launch
your favorite mail utility when you click on it, and it has cool
animated 3D graphics.
1998-07-12T22:59:19+00:00 devel/pcre Perl Compatible Regular Expressions library
The PCRE library is a set of functions that implement regular expression
pattern matching using the same syntax and semantics as Perl 5. PCRE has its
own native API, as well as a set of wrapper functions that correspond to the
POSIX regular expression API. The PCRE library is free, even for building
proprietary software.

WWW: https://www.pcre.org/
1998-07-12T22:54:07+00:00 x11/kb2mb2 Redirect any key to second mouse button
kb2mb2 redirects events caused by a key to second mouse button.
It uses right windows button by default.
See kb2mb2 -h for details.
1998-07-12T22:49:05+00:00 sysutils/xlogmaster Quick & easy monitoring of logfiles and devices
Xlogmaster displays logfiles and/or devices that can be read via cat.
It allows for quick and easy control of all logfiles and most of the
hardware/device status within one program.

Filters allow to highlight/lowlight/hide lines of higher/lower/no
interest. Click right mouse button in text window to bring up the menu.
1998-07-12T21:58:13+00:00 lang/dylan CMU Gwydion project interpreter and compiler for the Dylan language
CMU Gwydion project's implementation of the Dylan programming language.
Dylan is an object-oriented language with many powerful features, including
automatic memory management (garbage collection), generic functions (also
known as multiple dispatch or multi-methods), multiple inheritance, a
powerful and safe macro facility for extending the language's syntax, and a
powerful class and function library. Though it is a DYnamic LANguage, it
includes facilities for making compiled programs more efficient than many
other dynamic languages.

Gwydion Dylan actually contains two implementations of the language.
One, called Mindy (Mindy Is Not Dylan Yet), is a bytecode compiler and
interpreter that implements most of the language except for the macro
facility. The other, d2c, is a compiler for the full language that
uses C as its target "assembly language". The d2c compiler was
written in Dylan and bootstrapped using Mindy.

A copy of the d2c compiler binary is required by the port to
bootstrap the entire system, which can often take quite a bit of time.

For more information about Gwydion Dylan, see the Gwydion Dylan maintainers
WWW: http://www.gwydiondylan.org/
1998-07-12T11:13:25+00:00 emulators/vice Emulator for Commodore C64, C128, VIC20, PET, and CBM-II
Versatile Commodore 8-bit Emulator
VICE, the multi-platform C64, C128, VIC20, PET and CBM-II emulator.

The following programs are included:
- x64, a C64 emulator;
- x128, a C128 emulator;
- xvic, a VIC20 emulator;
- xpet, a PET emulator;
- xcbm2, a CBM=II emulator;
- c1541, a stand-alone disk image maintenance utility;
- petcat, a CBM BASIC de-tokenizer;

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://www.viceteam.org/

The ROM files are Copyright by Commodore Business Machines.
1998-07-12T08:39:37+00:00 x11/kworldwatch
KWorldWatch
===========

This simple tool shows a revolving world map, indicating the time in each
part of the world.

You can set little flags to mark points of interest.

As newest gimmick, KWorldWatch is able to display the distribution of
daylight around the world.
1998-07-11T18:32:08+00:00 irc/bnc Simple IRC relay proxy with support for virtual hosting
IRC Proxy Daemon that supports virtual hosting.

Instructions in work/bnc*/README.

Bill Fumerola(billf@chc-chimes.com)
1998-07-11T18:26:04+00:00 misc/sls List information about file(s) and directories
Sls is a program designed to overcome the limitations of the
standard UNIX ls(1) program, providing a more consistent
interface to file inode information. It is particularly
designed for use by shell scripts to make obtaining informa-
tion about files easier. It uses printf(3)-style format
strings to control the sorting and output of file informa-
tion.
1998-07-11T18:20:30+00:00 math/umfpack Unsymmetric-pattern MultiFrontal Package
A package for solving systems of sparse linear systems Ax=b, where A is
sparse and can be unsymmetric. There are options for choosing a good
pivot order, factorizing a subsequent matrix with the same pivot order and
nonzero pattern as a previously factorized matrix, and solving systems of
linear equations with the factors (with A, L, or U; or with their
transposes in the single/double precision versions). Iterative
refinement, with sparse backward error estimates, can be performed.
Single and double precision, complex, and complex double precision
(complex*16) routines are available.

WWW: http://www.cise.ufl.edu/research/sparse/umfpack/

This package also includes AMD, a set of routines for pre-ordering sparse
matrices prior to Cholesky or LU factorization using the aproximate
minimum degree ordering algorithm:
http://www.cise.ufl.edu/research/sparse/amd/
_________
Note: By default this port builds the C-callable interface using the CBLAS
interface from ATLAS, but other versions of BLAS could be used and there
is also a FORTRAN interface available.
1998-07-11T14:05:54+00:00 japanese/jvim-canna+wnn7 Japanized Vim (with Canna and Wnn7)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and Wnn7.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-11T14:05:54+00:00 japanese/jvim-canna+wnn6 Japanized Vim (with Canna and Wnn6)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and Wnn6.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-11T14:04:08+00:00 japanese/jvim-canna+freewnn Japanized Vim (with Canna and FreeWnn)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna and FreeWnn.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-11T14:02:12+00:00 japanese/jvim-canna Japanized Vim (with Canna)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna as default.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-11T02:40:50+00:00 devel/jam Build utility like make(1)
Jam/MR (formerly "jam - make(1) redux").

Jam/MR is a build utility like make(1). It has its own expressive language
which allows for portable Jamfiles capable of building large projects with
multiple concurrent processes.

WWW: http://www.perforce.com/jam/jam.html
1998-07-11T00:33:12+00:00 japanese/jvim-wnn7 Japanized Vim (with Wnn7)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn7 as default.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-11T00:33:12+00:00 japanese/jvim-wnn6 Japanized Vim (with Wnn6)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn6 as default.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-10T14:07:36+00:00 japanese/jvim-freewnn Japanized Vim (with FreeWnn)
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

This package is built with Japanese support, using FreeWnn as default.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-10T14:05:19+00:00 japanese/jvim Japanized Vim
JVim is a text editor that is upwards compatible to vi. It can be used
to edit any ASCII and Japanese(EUC or JIS) text. It is especially
useful for editing programs.

There are a lot of enhancements above vi: multi level undo, command
line editing, filename completion, on line help, quoting, etc.. Read
difference.doc for a summary of the differences between vi and Vim.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-10T14:03:02+00:00 japanese/onew-canna A library for Japanese Input Method Canna
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Method Canna,
Wnn4, or Wnn6.

This is for Canna.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-09T22:06:35+00:00 japanese/onew-canna+wnn7 A library for Japanese Input Methods: Canna and Wnn7
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Methods: Canna, FreeWnn,
Wnn6 or Wnn7.

This port supports Canna and Wnn7.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-09T22:06:35+00:00 japanese/onew-canna+wnn6 A library for Japanese Input Method Canna and Wnn6
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Method Canna, Wnn4, or
Wnn6.

This is for Canna and Wnn6.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-09T16:01:54+00:00 net/licq A popular ICQ-compatible plugin-based program
This is an unofficial ICQ clone, written in C++.
It is in no way endorsed by Mirabilis, and now is the most full-featured
ICQ-compatible program with the exception of Java ICQ.

WWW: http://www.licq.org/
1998-07-09T16:01:54+00:00 net/licq-devel
This is an unofficial ICQ clone, written in C++.
It is in no way endorsed by Mirabilis, and now is the most full-featured
ICQ-compatible program with the exception of Java ICQ.

WWW: http://www.licq.org/
1998-07-09T16:01:54+00:00 net-im/licq Popular ICQ-compatible plugin-based program
This is an unofficial ICQ clone, written in C++.
It is in no way endorsed by Mirabilis, and now is the most full-featured
ICQ-compatible program with the exception of Java ICQ.

LICENSE: GPL2 or later with execption to link with OpenSSL

WWW: http://www.licq.org/
1998-07-09T14:33:47+00:00 japanese/onew-canna+freewnn A library for Japanese Input Method Canna and FreeWnn
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Method Canna, FreeWnn or
Wnn6.

This is for Canna and FreeWnn.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-09T10:18:42+00:00 sysutils/ucspi-tcp Command-line tools for building TCP client-server applications
ucspi-tcp is a set of command-line tools for building TCP-based
client/server applications. They are compliant to UCSPI, the
UNIX Client-Server Program Interface. UCSPI tools are available
for several different types of networks.

WWW: http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp.html
1998-07-08T22:05:50+00:00 japanese/onew-wnn7 A library for a Japanese Input Method: Wnn7
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Methods: Canna, FreeWnn,
Wnn6 or Wnn7.

This port supports Wnn7.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-08T22:05:50+00:00 japanese/onew-wnn6 A library for Japanese Input Method Wnn6
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Method Canna, Wnn4, or
Wnn6.

This is for Wnn6.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-08T14:29:30+00:00 japanese/onew Library for Japanese Input Methods
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Methods: Canna, FreeWnn,
Wnn6 or Wnn7.
1998-07-08T14:29:30+00:00 japanese/onew-freewnn A library for a Japanese Input Method: FreeWnn
ONEW is a library for using Japanese Input Methods: Canna, FreeWnn,
Wnn6 or Wnn7.

This port supports FreeWnn.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-07-07T20:36:01+00:00 irc/yagirc
This IRC client is graphical (based on the Gtk toolkit) and scriptable
using Perl.
1998-07-06T17:45:35+00:00 databases/py-PyGreSQL Python interface to PostgreSQL, both classic and DP-API 2.0
PyGreSQL is a python module that interfaces to a PostgreSQL database. It embeds
the PostgreSQL query library to allow easy use of the powerful PostgreSQL
features from a Python script.
PyGreSQL includes a DB-API 2.0 compliant API wrapper.

WWW: http://www.pygresql.org/
1998-07-06T02:28:42+00:00 security/krb5
Kerberos V5 is an authentication system developed at MIT.
WWW: http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/

Abridged from the User Guide:
Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the
Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting
ticket (TGT) for the client, encrypts it using the client's
password as the key, and sends the encrypted TGT back to the
client. The client then attempts to decrypt the TGT, using
its password. If the client successfully decrypts the TGT, it
keeps the decrypted TGT, which indicates proof of the client's
identity. The TGT permits the client to obtain additional tickets,
which give permission for specific services.
Since Kerberos negotiates authenticated, and optionally encrypted,
communications between two points anywhere on the internet, it
provides a layer of security that is not dependent on which side of a
firewall either client is on.
The Kerberos V5 package is designed to be easy to use. Most of the
commands are nearly identical to UNIX network programs you are already
used to. Kerberos V5 is a single-sign-on system, which means that you
have to type your password only once per session, and Kerberos does
the authenticating and encrypting transparently.

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-06T02:28:42+00:00 security/krb5-appl MIT implementation of RFC 4120 network authentication clients
Kerberos V5 is an authentication system developed at MIT.
This package/port contains the applications which used to be in the
MIT Kerberos distribution.
WWW: http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/

Abridged from the User Guide:
Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the
Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting
ticket (TGT) for the client, encrypts it using the client's
password as the key, and sends the encrypted TGT back to the
client. The client then attempts to decrypt the TGT, using
its password. If the client successfully decrypts the TGT, it
keeps the decrypted TGT, which indicates proof of the client's
identity. The TGT permits the client to obtain additional tickets,
which give permission for specific services.
Since Kerberos negotiates authenticated, and optionally encrypted,
communications between two points anywhere on the internet, it
provides a layer of security that is not dependent on which side of a
firewall either client is on.
The Kerberos V5 package is designed to be easy to use. Most of the
commands are nearly identical to UNIX network programs you are already
used to. Kerberos V5 is a single-sign-on system, which means that you
have to type your password only once per session, and Kerberos does
the authenticating and encrypting transparently.

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-06T02:28:42+00:00 security/krb5-17 An authentication system developed at MIT, successor to Kerberos IV
Kerberos V5 is an authentication system developed at MIT.
WWW: http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/

Abridged from the User Guide:
Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the
Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting
ticket (TGT) for the client, encrypts it using the client's
password as the key, and sends the encrypted TGT back to the
client. The client then attempts to decrypt the TGT, using
its password. If the client successfully decrypts the TGT, it
keeps the decrypted TGT, which indicates proof of the client's
identity. The TGT permits the client to obtain additional tickets,
which give permission for specific services.
Since Kerberos negotiates authenticated, and optionally encrypted,
communications between two points anywhere on the internet, it
provides a layer of security that is not dependent on which side of a
firewall either client is on.
The Kerberos V5 package is designed to be easy to use. Most of the
commands are nearly identical to UNIX network programs you are already
used to. Kerberos V5 is a single-sign-on system, which means that you
have to type your password only once per session, and Kerberos does
the authenticating and encrypting transparently.

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-06T02:28:42+00:00 security/krb5-16 An authentication system developed at MIT, successor to Kerberos IV
Kerberos V5 is an authentication system developed at MIT.
WWW: http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/

Abridged from the User Guide:
Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the
Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting
ticket (TGT) for the client, encrypts it using the client's
password as the key, and sends the encrypted TGT back to the
client. The client then attempts to decrypt the TGT, using
its password. If the client successfully decrypts the TGT, it
keeps the decrypted TGT, which indicates proof of the client's
identity. The TGT permits the client to obtain additional tickets,
which give permission for specific services.
Since Kerberos negotiates authenticated, and optionally encrypted,
communications between two points anywhere on the internet, it
provides a layer of security that is not dependent on which side of a
firewall either client is on.
The Kerberos V5 package is designed to be easy to use. Most of the
commands are nearly identical to UNIX network programs you are already
used to. Kerberos V5 is a single-sign-on system, which means that you
have to type your password only once per session, and Kerberos does
the authenticating and encrypting transparently.

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-05T23:58:41+00:00 security/bugs Great cryptographic library and sample programs
This package include a C library and some sample programs that demonstrate
the library's power.

It is a cryptographic library: you can crypt any type of data. Key length
is unlimited. You can generate password, manage users, hide text in file,
etc.

ATTENTION!!! IN SOME COUNTRIES THIS SOFTWARE MAY BE ILLEGAL, SO DON'T USE
IT IF YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED.

WWW: http://www.encryptsolutions.com/
1998-07-04T20:41:51+00:00 devel/mico Secure, reliable, production-quality, standards-based CORBA middleware
The acronym MICO expands to MICO Is CORBA. The intention of this project
is to provide a freely available and fully compliant implementation of
the latest CORBA standard for C++ developers.

Here is some of MICO features:
* Multi-threaded
* Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII) and Dynamic Skeleton Interface (DSI)
* Interface Repository (IR) with graphical Interface Repository browser
* IIOP as native protocol (ORB prepared for multiprotocol support)
* Portable Object Adapter (POA) and Basic Object Adapter (BOA) support
* Objects by Value (OBV)
* CORBA Components (CCM)
* Dynamic Any
* Portable Interceptors (PI)
* Support for secure communication and authentication using SSL
* Support for nested method invocations
* Any offers an interface for inserting and extracting constructed
types that were not known at compile time
* CORBA Services:
o Interoperable Naming service, o Trading service, o Event service,
o Relationship service, o Property service, o Time service,
o Security service

WWW: http://mico.sourceforge.net
1998-07-04T19:57:01+00:00 japanese/rxvt An xterm replacement that supports pixmap background and Japanese
Rxvt is an xterm replacement which uses a little less memory, and is
suitable for use on machines with small memories. Tek4010 support
is removed.

This supports Japanese input with X Input Method (XIM) Protocol.
Supported input styles are `OverTheSpot', 'OffTheSpot' and `Root'.
More information can be found at:
http://www.nobutaka.com/programs/rxvt.html
Documents are at /usr/X11R6/share/doc/ja/rxvt/.

WWW: http://www.rxvt.org/
1998-07-04T19:51:53+00:00 net/hesiod A directory service built on DNS and BIND
Hesiod is part of MIT's Athena Project.

From the README file:

Hesiod can provide general name service for a variety of
applications and is based on the Berkeley Internet Name Daemon
(BIND).

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-04T19:51:53+00:00 dns/hesiod Directory service built on DNS and BIND
Hesiod is part of MIT's Athena Project.

Hesiod can provide general name service for a variety of
applications and is based on the Berkeley Internet Name Daemon
(BIND).

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-07-04T19:46:38+00:00 mail/mailcrypt An Emacs/PGP interface
Mailcrypt is an Emacs Lisp package which provides a simple interface
to public key cryptography with PGP. Mailcrypt makes strong
cryptography a fully integrated part of your normal mail and news
handling environment, and is an important part of a balanced
breakfast.

Features :

* An interface to the usual PGP functions, including encryption,
decryption, signature creation, signature verification, key
addition, and key extraction
* A passphrase cache with configurable timeout
* Support for multiple secret keys
* A flexible interface to anonymous remailers, including Mixmaster
support
* An automagic interface to the PGP public key servers through HTTP or hkp
* Supports GnuPG

WWW: http://mailcrypt.sourceforge.net/
1998-07-04T19:42:45+00:00 mail/xmailbox Mailbox checker with sound and animation for X Window System
The xmailbox program displays, by default, an image of a mailbox. When
there is no mail, the image shown is that of a mailbox with its flag down.
When new mail arrives, the image changes to that of a mailbox with the
flag up, its door open and a letter visible inside. It can also optionally
play a sound through the sound-card. The NCD audio server, the rplay sound
package, FreeBSD Sun-compatible audio drivers, and an external sound player
program are supported. By default, pressing any mouse button in the image
forces xmailbox to remember the current size of the mail file as being the
``empty'' size and to change its image accordingly. In addition, the user
can optionally invoke his/her favorite mail retrieving program.
1998-07-04T19:38:12+00:00 www/boa High performance single-tasking web server
Boa is a single-tasking HTTP server. That means that unlike
traditional web servers, it does not fork for each incoming
connection, nor does it fork many copies of itself to handle multiple
connections. It internally multiplexes all of the ongoing HTTP
connections, and forks only for CGI programs (which must be separate
processes.) Preliminary tests show boa is about twice as fast as
Apache, and is capable of handling 50 hits per second on a 66 MHz '486.

The primary design goals of Boa are speed and security. Security,
in the sense of "can't be subverted by a malicious user", not "fine
grained access control and encrypted communications".

WWW: http://www.boa.org/
1998-07-04T19:31:54+00:00 games/xworm Classic game with apples and hungry worm
In this game you must help wormie - the hungry maggot, to steal
apples from bazar the evil. Bazar has put an electric fence around
the garden, and he has also been spreading poisionous mushrooms
into it. You must guide wormie around this objects, and you must
keep him from eating himself.
1998-07-04T19:26:34+00:00 games/affenspiel Little puzzle game with monkey for X Window System
Shift the puzzle pieces around so that the monkey becomes complete,
that means, move the big piece through the other pieces to the
bottom of the playfield, so that the monkey picture gets complete.

WWW: http://www.artsoft.org/affenspiel/
1998-07-04T19:21:58+00:00 lang/nawk Brian Kernighan's pattern scanning and processing language
Awk scans input files for specified patterns and can perform an associated
action when a line of the file matches the pattern.

This is the One True version of awk described in "The AWK Programming Language"
by Al Aho, Brian Kernighan, and Peter Weinberger
(Addison-Wesley, 1988, ISBN 0-201-07981-X).

WWW: http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/awkbook/index.html
1998-07-03T23:44:56+00:00 editors/sted Simple/Small/Stupid Text Editor
sted, which is an abbreviation for Small/Stupid (you choose) Text
Editor, is a small and/or stupid text editor. So far it doesn't do
much. You can edit files, load them and save them.
1998-07-02T06:42:47+00:00 games/xroads Commodore 64 "Crossroads"-like video game for X Window System
XRoads is a game for the X Window System that attempts to be like the
game Crossroads (and it's sequel, Pandemonium) for the Commodore 64.
Basically, it is a 2-dimensional, overhead view maze game in which you
fight against a gang of monsters. There are (or at least, there will be)
tons of different twists in the game which make it fun.
1998-07-01T19:14:43+00:00 devel/a2dev Apple II 6502 assembler, linker, loader, and object file viewer

This is a suite of programs for developing software
targeted for 65c02 machines, like the Apple 2 series.
These programs are included:

a2asm -- Assembler
a2link -- Linker
a2load -- Loader
a2objx -- Object file viewer
1998-07-01T15:39:43+00:00 cad/sis Synthesis program for the synthesis of sequential circuits
sis is an interactive program for the synthesis of both synchronous
and asynchronous sequential circuits. The input can be given in state
table format or as logical equations (for synchronous circuits), or
as a signal transition graph (for asynchronous circuits); a target
technology library is given in genlib format. The output is a netlist
of gates in the target technology.

The system includes various capabilities that are controlled interactively
by the user. These include state minimization, state assignment,
optimization for area and delay using retiming, optimization using
standard algebraic and Boolean combinational techniques from MISII,
performance optimization using restructuring, and technology mapping
for optimal area and delay. Redundancy removal and 100% testability
are provided for combinational and scan-path circuits. Formal verification
is available for both combinational and sequential circuits, even for
circuits with different state encodings.

This distribution contains sis, nova (state assignment), jedi (state
assignment), stamina (state minimization, from June Rho at University of
Colorado, Boulder), sred (state minimization), espresso, blif2vst (mapped
BLIF to structural VHDL translator), vst2blif (structural VHDL to BLIF
translator), xsis (a front-end graphical interface to sis) and several stripped
down packages from the OctTools (options, port, and utility) that are needed
for some of the programs listed above.

Frank Volf, volf@oasis.IAEhv.nl
1998-07-01T11:58:48+00:00 editors/gxedit A simple GTK+ editor
A Simple GTK+ editor.
1998-06-30T13:16:15+00:00 games/xteddy Cuddlesome teddy for the X desktop
This is _the_ toy for the X desktop, a must for all plush lovers: a very,
very cuddlesome teddy.

WWW: http://webstaff.itn.liu.se/~stegu/xteddy/
1998-06-30T09:47:18+00:00 devel/glade2 User interface builder for GTK+
Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces
for GTK+/GNOME. It can generate the C source code needed to create
the interfaces designed within Glade's interface editor.

WWW: https://glade.gnome.org/
1998-06-30T09:47:18+00:00 devel/glade User interface builder for GTK+ 3
Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces
for GTK+/GNOME. It can generate the C source code needed to create
the interfaces designed within Glade's interface editor.

WWW: https://glade.gnome.org/
1998-06-29T19:42:17+00:00 japanese/jcode.pl Perl library for Japanese character code conversion
jcode.pl is a perl library for japanese character code conversion.
It supports translation of each JIS, EUC, Shift JIS texts,
and automatically recognizes the encode-method of the target text files.

To use this, your script should load this library as
+ require "jcode.pl";
or
+ require('jcode.pl');
1998-06-29T18:39:27+00:00 net/xicq Xtropy's ICQ Client
Xtropy's ICQ Client
1998-06-29T18:39:27+00:00 net-im/xicq Xtropy's ICQ Client
Xtropy's ICQ Client
1998-06-29T16:12:52+00:00 textproc/docproj Meta-port for the FreeBSD Documentation Project
The FreeBSD Documentation Project maintains the FAQ, Handbook and tutorials.

This package does not contain anything by itself -- it is a
"meta-port" that depends on other text processing packages. Its sole
purpose is to require dependencies so users can install this package only
and have all the Documentation Project stuff pulled in by the port/package
dependency mechanism.
1998-06-29T14:19:03+00:00 japanese/kinput2-sj3+wnn7 Input server of Japanese text (SJ3+Wnn7)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports SJ3 and Wnn7(temporary).

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

Note: Current wnn7 support on kinput2 is done by backward-compatibility
with wnn6, and you need to add following line to ${WNNENVRC}
file or /usr/local/lib/wnn7/ja_JP/wnnenvrc:

boin_kabusoku FALSE

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-29T14:19:03+00:00 japanese/kinput2-sj3+wnn6 Input server of Japanese text (SJ3+Wnn6)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports SJ3 and Wnn6.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-29T14:16:19+00:00 japanese/kinput2-freewnn+sj3 Input server of Japanese text (FreeWnn+SJ3)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports SJ3 and FreeWnn.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T22:01:05+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+wnn7 Input server of Japanese text (Canna+Wnn7)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna and Wnn7(temporary).

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

Note: Current wnn7 support on kinput2 is done by backward-compatibility
with wnn6, and you need to add following line to ${WNNENVRC}
file or /usr/local/lib/wnn7/ja_JP/wnnenvrc:

boin_kabusoku FALSE

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T22:01:05+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+wnn6 Input server of Japanese text (Canna+Wnn6)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna and Wnn6.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T15:16:08+00:00 games/inform Compiler for producing text adventure games
This compiler produces text adventure games that can be played
using Infocom-compatible interpreters (such as jzip and xzip in
the FreeBSD Ports Collection).

This port normally installs HTML documentation in
/usr/share/doc/inform. If you would prefer another format, such
as TeX, Postscript, or PDF, build the port WITHOUT=DOCS
and obtain the manual from the FTP site. The FTP site also
contains example games and other resources.

WWW: http://www.ifarchive.org/indexes/if-archiveXinfocomXcompilersXinform6.html
1998-06-28T14:22:24+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+freewnn Input server of Japanese text (Canna+FreeWnn)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna and FreeWnn.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T12:42:09+00:00 www/webalizer Web server log file analysis program
What is The Webalizer?
----------------------

A fast, free web server log file analysis program. Produces
HTML output for viewing with a web browser. Written in C on
a Linux platform, however designed to be as ANSI/POSIX
compliant as possible so porting to other UNIX platforms should
be painless. Binary distributions for most popular platforms
are available. Features multiple language support, incremental
processing capabilities, reverse DNS lookup support, export via
tab separated ascii files to popular databases and spreadsheets,
and much more. Supports standard CLF and combined logs, as well
as wu-ftpd xferlog and squid proxy logs, which can be either in
standard text format or gzip compressed.

Keywords: Web Analysis, Log Analysis, Usage Statistics, Linux, Unix

WWW: http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/
1998-06-28T12:42:09+00:00 www/webalizer-2
What is The Webalizer?
----------------------

A fast, free web server log file analysis program. Produces
HTML output for viewing with a web browser. Written in C on
a Linux platform, however designed to be as ANSI/POSIX
compliant as possible so porting to other UNIX platforms should
be painless. Binary distributions for most popular platforms
are available. Features multiple language support, incremental
processing capabilities, reverse DNS lookup support, export via
tab seperated ascii files to popular databases and spreadsheets,
and much more. Supports standard CLF and combined logs, as well
as wu-ftpd xferlog and squid proxy logs, which can be either in
standard text format or gzip compressed.

Keywords: Web Analysis, Log Analysis, Usage Statistics, Linux, Unix
Author: Bradford L. Barrett
Maintained-by: Bradford L. Barrett
WWW: http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/
Alternate-site:http://samhain.unix.cslab.tuwien.ac.at/webalizer/
FTP: ftp://www.mrunix.net/pub/webalizer/
Platforms: Linux, SCO, other UNIX's
Copying-policy: GPL
1998-06-28T08:25:18+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+sj3+wnn7 Input server of Japanese text (Canna+SJ3+Wnn7)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna, SJ3 and Wnn7(temporary).

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

Note: Current wnn7 support on kinput2 is done by backward-compatibility
with wnn6, and you need to add following line to ${WNNENVRC}
file or /usr/local/lib/wnn7/ja_JP/wnnenvrc:

boin_kabusoku FALSE

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T08:25:18+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+sj3+wnn6 Input server of Japanese text (Canna+SJ3+Wnn6)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna, SJ3 and Wnn6.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-28T04:08:27+00:00 games/xzip Infocom game interpreter that runs under X11
This software interprets Infocom text-adventure games. It requires the
X Window System. This port does not install any games; you can install
them yourself if you own the games, or you can legally obtain the Zork
series from:
http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~pete/Infocom/download.html

More games can be found at:
ftp://ftp.gmd.de/if-archive/games/zcode/

WWW: http://www.eblong.com/zarf/xzip.html
1998-06-28T03:22:37+00:00 net/micq Text-based ICQ implementation
A text-based implementation of ICQ, independant of Mirabilis.
Currently does not offer chat and file transfer.

WWW: http://www.micq.org/
1998-06-28T03:22:37+00:00 net-im/micq Text-based ICQ implementation
A text-based implementation of ICQ, independant of Mirabilis.

WWW: http://www.micq.org/
1998-06-28T03:22:37+00:00 net-im/climm CLI-based Multi-Messenger
A text-based implementation of ICQ (formerly known as micq).
Support for jabber (xmmp) and other IM protocols was added later.

WWW: http://www.climm.org/
1998-06-28T01:05:38+00:00 japanese/kinput2-canna+freewnn+sj3 Input server of Japanese text (Canna+FreeWnn+SJ3)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Canna, SJ3 and FreeWnn.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-27T15:54:47+00:00 japanese/kinput2-wnn7 Input server of Japanese text (Wnn7)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports FreeWnn.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

Note: Current wnn7 support on kinput2 is done by backward-compatibility
with wnn6, and you need to add following line to ${WNNENVRC}
file or /usr/local/lib/wnn7/ja_JP/wnnenvrc:

boin_kabusoku FALSE

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-27T15:54:47+00:00 japanese/kinput2-wnn6 Input server of Japanese text (Wnn6)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports Wnn6.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-27T12:49:27+00:00 japanese/kinput2 Japanese text input server for X11 applications
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications. A
client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.
1998-06-27T12:49:27+00:00 japanese/kinput2-freewnn Input server of Japanese text (FreeWnn)
Kinput2 is an Japanese text input server for X11 applications.

A client that require kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to kinput2. Kinput2 receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends the converted text back to the
client.

The port supports FreeWnn.

(NOTICE)
Default key-binding is changed to "egg" key-binding by defining
*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/X11/app-defaults/Kinput2.

-- S. Taoka
<taoka@FreeBSD.org>
1998-06-26T14:19:47+00:00 chinese/bg5ps Convert Chinese-Big5/GB encoded files to Postscript, using TTF fonts
bg5ps is a Python script that generates Postscript from a Chinese Big5/GB
encoded file.
1998-06-25T22:06:11+00:00 mail/mew-xemacs
Mew is a "Message interface to Emacs Window" to integrate

- Email
- NetNews
- MIME(Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
- PGP(Pretty Good Privacy)

and to make it easy to view and compose them. With Mew you can send a
picture of a birthday cake with the song "Happy Birthday to you" to your
friend, which is encrypted by strong cryptograph.

This port is the Mew for xemacs-19.16(editors/xemacs).
The Mew port and corresponding Emacs port are listed bellow and elisp
`site-lisp' directory(elisp load path), info path and etc directory(only
effective for xemacs ports) are shown as well.

mail/mew-xemacs(mew-xemacs-1.94.2) ===> editors/xemacs(xemacs-19.16)
Lisp directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/site-lisp/mew
Info directory : /usr/local/info
ETC directory : /usr/local/lib/xemacs/etc/mew
1998-06-25T08:04:12+00:00 games/ishido Tile placement game
A tile game which challenges you to place tiles of six colors and six
shapes onto a 12x8 grid.
1998-06-24T16:15:12+00:00 graphics/fnlib Fonts and font libraries necessary for Enlightenment
This is a set of fonts and font libraries necessary for the latest
release of Enlightenment.
1998-06-24T15:34:37+00:00 audio/mp3info MP3 technical info viewer and ID3 1.x tag editor
MP3Info is a little utility used to read and modify the ID3 tags of MP3 files.
MP3Info can also display various techincal aspects of an MP3 file including
playing time, bit-rate, sampling frequency and other attributes in a pre-defined
or user-specifiable output format.

WWW: http://ibiblio.org/mp3info/
1998-06-24T10:52:14+00:00 x11-wm/wmx Simple window manager based on wm2
wmx is another window manager for X. It is based on wm2 and provides
a similarly unusual style of window decoration; but in place of wm2's
minimal functionality, it offers many of the features of more
conventional managers, often in the most simplistic implementations
imaginable. wmx is, however, still not configurable except by editing
the source and recompiling the code.

WWW: http://www.all-day-breakfast.com/wmx/
1998-06-24T05:34:32+00:00 devel/ups-debug X based source level debugger for C, C++, and Fortran
Ups is a X based source level debugger for the C, C++ and Fortran
programming languages. It supports both run time debugging with
breakpoints and post-mortem debugging from a core file. On Suns you can
attach ups to a running process. Ups runs in its own window, thus not
interfering with the target program's I/O. The ups window has two major
areas - one showing a structured document representing the target state,
the other showing the source that is being executed.

Ups makes heavy use of direct manipulation and feedback. When you add a
breakpoint it is shown as a pseudo C statement (#stop) in the source
display. The current point of execution is highlighted in the source
display and you can watch it move as you step through loops and function
calls. You can edit in fragments of interpreted C code (including
assignments to variables and calls to target functions). There are
powerful facilities for exploring linked data structures - you can
recursively expand and collapse structures to follow links.

WWW: http://ups.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-20T03:09:12+00:00 graphics/plotutils Plotting library and toolkit
The GNU plotutils package contains plotting software for both
programmers and technical users. Its centerpiece is libplot, a powerful
C/C++ function library for exporting 2-D vector graphics in many file
formats, both vector and raster. It can also do vector graphics
animations.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/plotutils/plotutils.html
1998-06-16T19:16:16+00:00 textproc/textutils GNU text utilities
GNU text utilities

The Free Software Foundation's text processing utilities, for rearranging,
reformatting and generally mangling text.

Many of the utilities exist in the FreeBSD base collection, but the GNU
versions have added functionality, which is sometimes useful.

Note that the texinfo documentation refers to these utilities
without the "g" prefix (cat rather than gcat, etc.).
1998-06-16T15:32:45+00:00 www/grail An extensible Internet browser written entirely in Python
Grail is an extensible Internet browser. It supports the
protocols and file formats commonly found on the World-Wide
Web, such as HTTP, FTP, and HTML, but, unlike most browsers,
it is also easily extended to support other protocols or file
formats, such as CNRI's handle protocol. Grail is distributed
by CNRI free of charge, and can be freely redistributed
(within reason).

Grail is written and extensible in Python, a free
object-oriented programming language. It also uses Tk, a free
UI toolkit by John Ousterhout. Grail should run on any Unix
system to which Python and Tk have been ported - i.e. almost
all Unix systems supporting X11. In particular, Grail is one
of the few web browsers that support Solaris for Intel x86
processors. It now also runs on Windows and Macintosh, since
there are now stable ports of Tk to those platforms. (You need
a lot of RAM though.)

WWW: http://grail.sourceforge.net/

Jacques Vidrine <n@nectar.com>
1998-06-16T07:47:03+00:00 sysutils/daemontools Service monitoring and logging utilities by djb
Daemontools is a small set of /very/ useful utilities, from Dan
Bernstein. They are mainly used for controlling processes, and
maintaining logfiles.

WWW: http://cr.yp.to/daemontools.html
1998-06-16T03:04:34+00:00 x11-wm/openbox Small, fast, standards compliant, extensible window manager
Openbox is a highly configurable, next generation window manager with
extensive standards support.

Openbox lets you bring the latest applications outside of a full desktop
environment. Most modern applications have been written with GNOME and KDE
in mind. With support for the latest freedesktop.org standards, as well as
careful adherence to previous standards, Openbox provides an environment
where applications work the way they were designed to.

Openbox is a highly configurable window manager. It allows you to change
almost every aspect of how you interact with your desktop and invent
completely new ways to use and control it. It can be like a video game for
controlling windows. But Openbox can also be kept extremely simple, as it is
in the default setup, meaning that it can suit just about anybody. Openbox
gives you control without making you do everything.

Openbox makes desktop environments better. By running Openbox inside the
GNOME or K desktop environments, you can combine their ease and
functionality with the power of Openbox. Your desktop becomes cleaner and
faster, and is in your control, when you use Openbox.

This port also includes optional 3rd party patches for rounder corners
support and miscellaneous fixes from
https://github.com/dylanaraps/openbox-patched.

WWW: http://openbox.org/
1998-06-16T03:04:34+00:00 x11-wm/hackedbox Hackedbox is a small and fast window manager based on Blackbox
Hackedbox is based upon the popular Blackbox window manager. It
aims to be fast and free of bloat. Several Blackbox features,
including the toolbar and Slit, have been removed in Hackedbox. No
new features are planned, only optimizations and fixes.

In this port/package, blackbox, bsetbg and bsetroot are renamed to
hackedbox, hsetbg and hsetroot in order to avoid conflict with the
corresponding programs from the blackbox port/package.

WWW: http://scrudgeware.org/hackedbox/
1998-06-16T03:04:34+00:00 x11-wm/blackbox Small and fast window manager for X11R6
Blackbox is the fast, lightweight window manager for the X Window System you
have been looking for, without all those annoying dependencies. It is built
with C++ and contains completely original code (even though the graphics
implementation is similar to that of Window Maker).

Blackbox is written to the NetWM specification, which allows integration with
modern desktop managers including KDE and Gnome.

The port also provides root window changing tools, bsetroot and bsetbg, that
can be installed alone, without the window manager and accompanying files.

WWW: http://blackboxwm.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-15T12:04:13+00:00 x11/xwit X interface tool
xwit ("x window interface tool") is a hotch-potch collection of simple routines
to call some of those X11 functions that don't already have any utility commands
built around them. The reasoning behind this is that loosely every X function
should be accessible from a shell script.

For example, XWarpPointer() will move the X pointer, but no utility program
exists to do so on those rare occasions when you could really use it. xwit will
also resize, iconify, pop, and move windows given by name or id, change an icon,
title or name, set the screen saver going, and change individual key autorepeat
settings.
1998-06-14T22:00:05+00:00 print/xdvik DVI Previewer(kpathsearch) for X
Xdvik is a program for displaying DVI files (generated e.g. by Troff or TeX)
on the X window system. It is based on the regular (non-k) xdvi of the same
version number.

WWW: http://xdvi.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-14T17:32:11+00:00 mail/kbiff Mail notification utility for KDE with nice features
KBiff is a mail notification utility for the KDE project.
Features:

o Pure GUI Configuration
o Session Management
o Panel Docking
o Animated Gifs
o Sounds
o Supported mailbox formats: mbox, maildir, mh, POP3(s), IMAP4(s), and NNTP.

WWW: http://www.kbiff.org/
1998-06-14T12:38:56+00:00 www/cgihtml Library that simplifies the task of writing CGI programs in C
Cgihtml is a C library that simplifies the task of parsing World Wide Web
(WWW) Common Gateway Interface (CGI) input and outputting HyperText Markup
Language (HTML). Tasks which would normally require many lines of C can be
reduced to just a few.

WWW: http://www.eekim.com/software/cgihtml/
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik DVI Previewer(kpathsearch) for X. + freetype support
This is a Japanese dvi file previewer for X which supports:

1. dvi file of ASCII Japanese TeX(and pTeX) and NTT jTeX.
2. Color dvi file.(support color anti-aliasing.)
3. built-in EPS preview (using ghostscript)
4. printing (using lpr).
5. convert dvi -> ps (using japanese/dvipsk by default).
6. wheel mouse.

And this requires METAFONT, FreeType2 (vector font library),
and kpathsearch libraries version 3.2 (search library).

WWW: http://www.nn.iij4u.or.jp/~tutimura/tex/xdvi.html
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib DVI Previewer(kpathsearch) for X. + freetype support
This is a Japanese dvi file previewer for X which supports:

1. dvi file of ASCII Japanese TeX(and pTeX) and NTT jTeX.
2. Color dvi file.(support color anti-aliasing.)
3. built-in EPS preview (using ghostscript)
4. printing (using lpr).
5. convert dvi -> ps (using japanese/dvipsk by default).
6. wheel mouse.

And this requires METAFONT, FreeType2 (vector font library),
and kpathsearch libraries version 3.2 (search library).

WWW: http://www.nn.iij4u.or.jp/~tutimura/tex/xdvi.html
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pkall
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk600
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk400
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk360
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk300
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk240
1998-06-14T07:58:50+00:00 japanese/xdvik-vflib-pk118
1998-06-12T15:39:10+00:00 japanese/platex209 Old version of ASCII Japanese pLaTeX (based on LaTeX 2.09)
pLaTeX 2.09 is a TeX macro package for ASCII pTeX, which is based on
LaTeX 2.09 and supports Japanese EUC code.
1998-06-12T15:39:10+00:00 japanese/platex209-euc ASCII Japanese pLaTeX 2.09 with Japanese EUC code support
pLaTeX 2.09 is TeX macro package for ASCII pTeX.

This version is based on LaTeX 2.09.

pLaTeX 2.09 installed using this package supports Japanese EUC code.

- Makoto WATANABE
1998-06-12T12:08:09+00:00 lang/o2c Oberon-2 compiler

Niklaus Wirth's language Oberon-2 implemented by a german university at
Kaiserslautern.

Oberon informations at http://www.oberon.ethz.ch/

- Oliver Breuninger
ob@seicom.NET
1998-06-12T08:50:58+00:00 misc/kwatch KDE/Qt log file viewer
KDE/Qt log file viewer

WWW: http://www.m-j-s.net/kde/
1998-06-12T08:36:22+00:00 net/ksamba
KDE/Q program to setup/configure samba

WWW: http://www.kneschke.de/projekte/ksamba/
1998-06-12T08:06:02+00:00 audio/kmpg
Kmpg is an MPEG audio player for the KDE project. The player uses
splay by Woo-jae Jung as a decoding engine. Kmpg has the following
advanced features:

* Supports MPEG 1.0/2.0, layers 1,2 and 3
* Simple to use interface
* Drag and drop support using the KDE dnd standard
* Playlist editor

WWW: http://www.rhrk.uni-kl.de/~mvogt/linux/kmpg/index.html

- Tom
tom@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-06-12T06:24:54+00:00 multimedia/netshow Microsoft NetShow video stream player
This is the Microsoft NetShow video stream player for Linux.
It will run under FreeBSD's linux emulation libraries, provided
that you have built and installed the linux_lib port. (If you
haven't, this port will do it for you automatically.)

For additional documentation, please see Microsoft's NetShow
web page at:

WWW: http://microsoft.com/netshow/download/unix.htm
1998-06-12T06:24:54+00:00 graphics/netshow Microsoft NetShow video stream player
This is the Microsoft NetShow video stream player for Linux.
It will run under FreeBSD's linux emulation libraries, provided
that you have built and installed the linux_lib port. (If you
haven't, this port will do it for you automatically.)

For additional documentation, please see Microsoft's NetShow
web page at:

WWW: http://microsoft.com/netshow/download/unix.htm

Donald Burr <dburr@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-06-11T12:27:58+00:00 news/atp QWK message packet reader and composer for FreeBSD
ATP allows you to read and compose mail packets of the QWK format,
commonly used on PC-based BBS systems. With this program, you can
download all of your new e-mail and board messages as a QWK packet,
read them offline, compose replies to selected messages off-line,
then upload all of your replies as one QWK reply packet the next
time you call the BBS.
1998-06-11T03:42:00+00:00 x11-fm/dfm OS/2 - like Desktop-File-Manager for X Window System
DFM is Desktop File Manager for X Window System. It works like the
OS/2 WPS. Files are shown as icons and every folder has it's own
window. Desktop background is a special folder in the home directory.

Here are some features:

* icons may have any size and position
* show XVPICS as icons
* save icon and window info
* iconname to cutbuffer (paste to xterm, ...)
* "Constant position" icons that cannot be moved (or arranged)
* easy adding new programs to the desktop
* Offix DND support
* Detail View / Structure View
* ...

WWW: http://www.kaisersite.de/dfm/
1998-06-10T13:57:13+00:00 graphics/gimp-manual-html User manual for the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP)
This is the Gimp user manual. It contains a large number of examples and
descriptions of the various Gimp tools and techniques.

WWW: http://manual.gimp.org/
1998-06-10T09:42:18+00:00 textproc/word2x Converter from MS Word to text, HTML, or LaTeX
Despite the fact that open formats like RTF are good and widely
avialable, far too many idiots seem to insist on using Word .doc
format. This program is an attempt to limit the damage this causes
users of non-Microsoft systems and text processing systems, for
example LaTeX.

WWW: http://word2x.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-08T14:41:10+00:00 net/ntimelord
A time server daemon for Macintoshes running 'tardis' for netatalk

timelord provides the equivalent of the Macintosh cdev 'Timelord'
for a network of Macintoshes. Timelord is a time server that can
be used to set the Macintosh time at boot or from the Chooser
using the rdev 'tardis'.
1998-06-08T14:13:19+00:00 net/mrt Multi-threaded Routing Toolkit
$FreeBSD$

This distribution of the Multi-threaded Routing Toolkit includes
routing daemons, programming libraries and Internet
statistics/performance measurement tools.

The work is supported by National Science Foundation grants
(NCR-9710176 and NCR-9318902), and a gift from Intel Corporation.

Documentation and an installation guide for the MRT toolkit is
available online at http://www.merit.edu/~mrt/mrt_doc/

Send email to mrt-support@merit.edu for assistence/bugs/comments.

WWW: http://www.merit.edu/~mrt/
1998-06-08T11:13:47+00:00 japanese/platex209-sjis ASCII Japanese pLaTeX 2.09 with Shift-JIS code support
pLaTeX 2.09 is TeX macro package for ASCII pTeX.

This version is based on LaTeX 2.09.

pLaTeX 2.09 installed using this package supports Shift-JIS code.

- Makoto WATANABE
1998-06-08T10:58:02+00:00 mail/wmmail A little mail notifier for the Window Maker dock
WMMail.app is a "mail-checker" like xbiff. It indicates the status of the
user's mailbox by showing animated XPM icons when incoming mails are
detected. Additionally, it can be configured to execute a program on
incoming mail and/or on mouse double-clicks, and can provide a count of
emails in the user's mailbox. It currently supports UNIX mbox files, MH
and MailDir mail folders, and IMAP4 remote mailboxes.

WMMail.app is based on asmail, a similar applet designed to work with the
Wharf of the AfterStep window manager. However, WMMail.app has been
re-written to be compatible with the Window Maker Dock, i.e. WMMail.app
can be dragged and dropped on to (and off from) the Dock dynamically.
1998-06-07T22:12:55+00:00 japanese/platex209-jis ASCII Japanese pLaTeX 2.09 with JIS code support
pLaTeX 2.09 is TeX macro package for ASCII pTeX.

This version is based on LaTeX 2.09.

pLaTeX 2.09 installed using this package supports JIS code.

- Makoto WATANABE
1998-06-07T12:01:15+00:00 devel/ncurses Library for terminal-independent, full-screen output
The ncurses software includes a SVr4 and XSI-Curses compatible
curses library as well as terminfo tools including "tic", "infocmp",
and "captoinfo". The library is used by other programs for text-mode
support of color, multiple highlights, forms-drawing characters,
automatic recognition of keypad and function-key sequences, and
more.

The ncurses library uses a terminfo database (included), but can
be configured to use BSD's /etc/termcap file instead. This has
been approved by the old 4.4BSD curses maintainer as the official
4.4BSD curses successor.

WWW: http://invisible-island.net/ncurses/ncurses.html
1998-06-07T12:01:15+00:00 devel/ncurses-devel Library for terminal-independent, full-screen output (development version)
The ncurses software includes a SVr4 and XSI-Curses compatible
curses library as well as terminfo tools including "tic", "infocmp",
and "captoinfo". The library is used by other programs for text-mode
support of color, multiple highlights, forms-drawing characters,
automatic recognition of keypad and function-key sequences, and
more.

The ncurses library uses a terminfo database (included), but can
be configured to use BSD's /etc/termcap file instead. This has
been approved by the old 4.4BSD curses maintainer as the official
4.4BSD curses successor.

WWW: http://invisible-island.net/ncurses/ncurses.html
1998-06-07T11:03:09+00:00 games/xconq Graphical multi-player strategy game and game design system
Xconq is not just a single game, but a game authoring system that you
can use to build all kinds of multi-player simulations. The manual
explains how to do this (in great detail). A large assortment of
predefined game modules is included.

WWW: http://xconq.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-06T10:34:25+00:00 sysutils/gtar
The Free Software Foundation's "tar" tape archiver.

GNU tar saves many files together into a single tape or disk archive,
and can restore individual files from the archive. It includes
multivolume support, the ability to archive sparse files, automatic
archive compression/decompression, remote archives and special
features that allow tar to be used for incremental and full backups.
This distribution also includes rmt, the remote tape server.

Note that this port will install these utilities with a 'g' prefix,
e.g. gtar, but the texinfo documentation will refer to them without
the 'g' prefix.
1998-06-06T10:34:25+00:00 archivers/gtar GNU version of the traditional tape archiver
The Free Software Foundation's "tar" tape archiver.

GNU tar saves many files together into a single tape or disk archive,
and can restore individual files from the archive. It includes
multivolume support, the ability to archive sparse files, automatic
archive compression/decompression, remote archives and special
features that allow tar to be used for incremental and full backups.
This distribution also includes rmt, the remote tape server.

Note that this port will install these utilities with a 'g' prefix,
e.g. gtar, but the man pages and info documentation will refer to
them without the 'g' prefix.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/tar/
1998-06-05T06:50:33+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-Pmw High-level compound graphics widgets for Python
Pmw is a framework for building high-level compound widgets, or
megawidgets, constructed using other widgets as component parts. It
promotes consistent look and feel within and between graphical
applications, is highly configurable to your needs and is easy to use.

Pmw consists of:
* A few base classes, providing a framework for building megawidgets.
* A library of flexible and extensible megawidgets built on the base
classes, such as ButtonBox, ComboBox, MessageDialog, etc.

The interface to Pmw megawidgets is similar to basic Tk widgets, so it
is easy for developers to include both megawidgets and basic Tk
widgets in their graphical applications. In addition, all Pmw
megawidgets may themselves be extended, using either inheritance or
composition.

The use of the Pmw framework and megawidgets replaces common widget
combinations with higher level abstractions. This simplifies code,
making it more readable and maintainable and more easily modifiable.
The ability to extend Pmw megawidgets enables developers to create new
megawidgets based on previous work.

WWW: https://pypi.org/project/Pmw/
1998-06-05T06:50:33+00:00 x11-toolkits/pmw High-level compound graphics widgets for Python
Pmw is a framework for building high-level compound widgets, or
megawidgets, constructed using other widgets as component parts. It
promotes consistent look and feel within and between graphical
applications, is highly configurable to your needs and is easy to use.

Pmw consists of:
* A few base classes, providing a framework for building megawidgets.
* A library of flexible and extensible megawidgets built on the base
classes, such as ButtonBox, ComboBox, MessageDialog, etc.

The interface to Pmw megawidgets is similar to basic Tk widgets, so it
is easy for developers to include both megawidgets and basic Tk
widgets in their graphical applications. In addition, all Pmw
megawidgets may themselves be extended, using either inheritance or
composition.

The use of the Pmw framework and megawidgets replaces common widget
combinations with higher level abstractions. This simplifies code,
making it more readable and maintainable and more easily modifiable.
The ability to extend Pmw megawidgets enables developers to create new
megawidgets based on previous work.

WWW: http://pmw.sourceforge.net/
1998-06-04T02:37:38+00:00 games/crafty-open-large Large opening book for crafty
This is the port of the large opening book for crafty.

It was created with "book create book.txt 60 2 50" (see the crafty
documentation and online help for a more thorough explanation of what
this does).
1998-06-04T02:34:00+00:00 games/crafty-open-medium Medium opening book (about 1.9 MByte) for crafty
This is the port of the medium opening book for crafty. It consumes
about 1.9 MByte.

It was created with "book create book.txt 60 2 50" (see the crafty
documentation and online help for a more thorough explanation of what
this does)
1998-06-04T02:32:01+00:00 games/crafty-open-small The small opening book (about 600 KByte) for crafty
This is the port of the small opening book for crafty. It consumes
about 600 KByte.

It was created with "book create small.txt 60 3" (see the crafty
documentation and online help for a more thorough explanation of what
this does) which discards all openings not played in at least three
games which I expect to be a reasonable constant, but I am open to
suggestions on this.

- Stefan Eggers <seggers@semyam.dinoco.de>
1998-06-02T18:30:18+00:00 net/smbtcpdump
tcpdump(1) hacked to better understand SMB packets.
smbtcpdump gives the ability to interpret NBT and SMB packets in a fair bit
of detail.

To capture all SMB packets going to or from host "fred" try this:

tcpdump -s 1500 'port 139 and host fred'

If you want name resolution or browse packets then try ports 137 and
138 respectively:

tcpdump -s 1500 '(port 139 or 138 or 137) and host fred'

Example Output:

Here is a sample of a capture of a "SMBsearch" directory search. If
you don't get output that looks like this then smbtcpdump is not working
correctly.

NBT Session Packet
Flags=0x0
Length=57

SMB PACKET: SMBsearch (REQUEST)
SMB Command = 0x81
Error class = 0x0
Error code = 0
Flags1 = 0x8
Flags2 = 0x3
Tree ID = 2048
Proc ID = 11787
UID = 2048
MID = 11887
Word Count = 2
smbvwv[]=
Count=98
Attrib=HIDDEN SYSTEM DIR
smbbuf[]=
Path=\????????.???
BlkType=0x5
BlkLen=0
1998-06-02T08:09:37+00:00 math/pygist
The Python Gist Scientific Graphics Package, version 1.5, written by
Lee Busby and Zane Motteler of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
is a set of Python modules for production of general scientific graphics.
We abbreviate the name to PyGist here and elsewhere.

Gist is a scientific graphics library written by David H. Munro of Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory. It features support for three common
graphics output devices: X-Windows, (Color) PostScript, and ANSI/ISO
Standard Computer Graphics Metafiles (CGM). The library is small
(written directly to Xlib), portable, efficient, and full-featured. It
produces x-vs-y plots with good tick marks and tick labels,
2-D quadrilateral mesh plots with contours, vector fields, or pseudocolor
maps on such meshes, and a selection of 3-D plots.

The Python Gist module utilizes the ``Numerical'' package due to
J. Hugunin and others. It is therefore fast and able to handle large
datasets. The Gist module includes an X-windows event dispatcher which
can be dynamically added to the Python interpreter. This makes fast
mouse-controlled zoom, pan, and other graphic operations available to
the researcher while maintaining the usual Python command-line interface.
1998-06-02T07:41:06+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-gtk2 Set of Python bindings for GTK+
Excerpt from the README:

PyGTK
=====

This archive contains modules that allow you to use gtk in Python
programs. At present, it is a fairly complete set of bindings.

WWW: http://www.pygtk.org/
1998-06-02T07:41:06+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-gtk A set of Python bindings for GTK
Excerpt from the README:

PyGTK
=====

This archive contains modules that allow you to use gtk in Python
programs. At present, it is a fairly complete set of bindings.

Author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au>
WWW: http://www.pygtk.org/
1998-06-02T07:41:06+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-gnome2 Python bindings for GNOME 2
Excerpt from the README:

PyGNOME -- Python bindings for GNOME 2
======================================

This is a set of bindings for the GNOME 2 libraries for use with python.

WWW: http://www.pygtk.org/
1998-06-02T07:41:06+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-gnome A set of Python bindings for GNOME
Excerpt from the README:

PyGNOME -- Python bindings for GNOME
====================================
Author: James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au>

This is a set of bindings for the GNOME libraries for use with python.

WWW: http://www.pygtk.org/
-- Jacques Vidrine <nectar@FreeBSD.ORG>
1998-06-01T14:48:57+00:00 japanese/netscape3.language
ja-netscape-3.04 - Tune Netscape Navigator to work with japanese fonts.

This port requires ``www/netscape3(netscape-3.04)'' port.
You should get it from ports-current archive (CVSUP is convenient)
before install this port.

If you love the English messages, install as

% make ENGLISH=yes install

Please read ``/usr/local/share/doc/ja-netscape-3.04/setup.doc''
to setup your browser.

WWW: http://www.bpel.tutics.tut.ac.jp/~take/

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.org
1998-06-01T04:56:10+00:00 games/crafty Chess program for playing and analyzing games
Crafty is a rapidly developing chess engine with more and more features
being added regularly. It can play, analyze, and even annotate games
for you. Crafty can utilize tablebases; these are available for FreeBSD
in the related ports.

The files bitmaps.tgz and sound.tgz are available in your doc directory,
usually /usr/local/share/doc/crafty. The bitmaps are for html
annotations performed by crafty - they should be unpacked into the
directory you normally analyze games into, and all should be fine...

The sounds are for move announcements. Unpack the archive somewhere,
and have a look at the 'speak' script to customize for your use, if
desired.

22.1 -> New "skill" command that can be used to "dumb down" crafty.
"skill <n>" where n is a number between 1 and 100. 100 is max (default)
skill. Skill 70 will drop the playing Elo by about 200 points. Skill
50 will drop it about 400 points. The curve is not linear, and the
closer you get to 1, the lower the rating.
1998-05-31T09:25:51+00:00 net/zebra Free RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPFv2, BGP4 route software (server/reflector)
GNU Zebra is a free software (distributed under GNU Generic Public
License) which manages TCP/IP based routing protocols.

It supports BGP-4 protocol as described in RFC1771 (A Border Gateway
Protocol 4) and RIPv1, RIPv2 and OSPFv2.

Zebra uses multithread technology under multithread supported UNIX
kernels. However it can be run under not-multithread supported
UNIX kernels.

Zebra is intended to be used as a Route Server and a Route Reflector.
Zebra is not a toolkit, it provides full routing power under a new
architecture.

WWW: http://www.zebra.org/
1998-05-31T09:25:51+00:00 net/zebra-pj Patched Zebra
GNU Zebra is a free software (distributed under GNU Generic Public
License) which manages TCP/IP based routing protocols.

This port is zebra with several patches

WWW: http://www.quagga.net/
1998-05-31T09:25:51+00:00 net/zebra-devel Free RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPFv2, BGP4 route software (server/reflector)
GNU Zebra is a free software (distributed under GNU Generic Public
License) which manages TCP/IP based routing protocols.

It supports BGP-4 protocol as described in RFC1771 (A Border Gateway
Protocol 4) and RIPv1, RIPv2 and OSPFv2.

Zebra uses multithread technology under multithread supported UNIX
kernels. However it can be run under not-multithread supported
UNIX kernels.

Zebra is intended to be used as a Route Server and a Route Reflector.
Zebra is not a toolkit, it provides full routing power under a new
architecture.

WWW: http://www.zebra.org/
1998-05-30T01:36:05+00:00 japanese/edict Japanese-English dictionaries with access and maintenance utilities
XJDIC V2.3, XJDSERVER V2.3 -- (Copyright: J.W. Breen - 1998)

XJDIC is an electronic Japanese-English dictionary program designed to
operate in the X11 window environment. In particular, it must run in an
"xterm" environment which has Japanese language support such as provided
by "kterm" or internationalized xterm, aixterm, etc.

It is based on JDIC and JREADER which were developed to run under MS-DOS
on IBM PCs or clones.

XJDIC functions as:

(a) an English to Japanese dictionary (eiwa jiten), searching for and
displaying entries for key-words entered in English;

(b) a Japanese to English dictionary (waei jiten), searching for and
displaying entries for keywords or phrases entered in Japanese (kanji,
hiragana or katakana);

(c) a Japanese-English Character dictionary (kanei jiten), capable of
selecting kanji characters by JIS code, radical, stroke count, Nelson
Index number or reading, and displaying compounds containing that kanji.

WWW: http://ftp.monash.edu.au/pub/nihongo/00INDEX.html
1998-05-30T01:36:05+00:00 japanese/edict-utf-8 Japanese-English edict UTF-8 dictionaries
UTF-8 version of edict's dictionary files

see japanese/edict/pkg-descr for more information

WWW: http://www.edrdg.org/jmdict/edict.html
1998-05-29T04:46:56+00:00 www/apache13-fp The Apache webserver with MS Frontpage Module
What is it?
-----------
Apache is an HTTP server designed as a plug-in replacement for the NCSA
server version 1.3 (or 1.4). It fixes numerous bugs in the NCSA server and
includes many frequently requested new features, and has an API which allows it
to be extended to meet users' needs more easily.
Microsoft Frontpage module allows web administrators and authors to
remotely manage, create, modify, or delete web pages on the Apache server using
the Microsoft FrontPage Extensions.

Documentation
-------------
All the documentation is on-line on the WWW, via the URLs:

Apache - http://www.apache.org/httpd.html
FrontPage - http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage
- http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sharepnt/proddocs/admindoc/ows000.asp
- http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sharepnt/proddocs/admindoc/owse01.asp
- http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sharepnt/proddocs/admindoc/owse02.asp

WWW: http://www.apache.org/httpd.html
1998-05-27T16:53:57+00:00 irc/sic Another 'Internet Relay Chat' Client
I could not find a client with the features I was looking for, so yes,
here is yet another IRC client. Here's what makes it different from
others:

* absolutely NO scripting ability.
* termcap based (e.g. fast!).
* emacs-style key bindings
* full ircd 2.9+ support.
* virtual windows a la screen(1).
* multi server support.
* non blocking TCP connections.
* basic support for multi-homed systems.
* everything goes and stays in the lastlog.
* convenient scrolling (with searching abilities) in the lastlog.
* 10 display filters! (2 ignore features are based on this).
* highly customizable. (format strings, filters..)
* customization possible at every level (channel, window, server..).
* non blocking DNS lookups (A and PTR records).
* "tabkey" style completion for /msg, /squery and public discussion.
* DCC support.
* CTCP support.

-- Christophe Kalt <kalt@stealth.net>
1998-05-26T15:10:15+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-wnn6 XEmacs(stable version) text editor(SJ3, SKK and Wnn6)
1998-05-26T15:10:15+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-sumo-wnn6
1998-05-26T15:09:11+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-sumo-freewnn
1998-05-26T15:09:11+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-freewnn XEmacs(stable version) text editor(SJ3, SKK and FreeWnn)
1998-05-26T15:08:23+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-sumo-canna+wnn6
1998-05-26T15:08:23+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-canna+wnn6 XEmacs(stable version) text editor(SJ3, SKK, Canna and Wnn6)
1998-05-26T15:07:13+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-sumo-canna+freewnn
1998-05-26T15:07:13+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-canna+freewnn XEmacs(stable version) text editor(SJ3, SKK, Canna and FreeWnn)
1998-05-26T15:06:06+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-sumo-canna
1998-05-26T15:06:06+00:00 japanese/xemacs21-canna XEmacs (stable version) text editor (SJ3, SKK, and Canna)
This is a package containing only the executables for XEmacs with
Mule(version 21.1.14), the next generation of Emacs.

You need to install a package, xemacs-common-21.1.14, containing emacs
lisp files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for
XEmacs with Mule(version 21.1.14).

This package is built with Japanese support by using SKK, SJ3, Canna,
Wnn4 or Wnn6 as an external input engine. Each input method would be
supported in following ports respectively:

japanese/xemacs21-canna ........ SKK, SJ3, Canna
japanese/xemacs21-canna+wnn4 ... SKK, SJ3, Canna, Wnn4
japanese/xemacs21-canna+wnn6 ... SKK, SJ3, Canna, Wnn6
japanese/xemacs21-wnn4 ......... SKK, SJ3, Wnn4
japanese/xemacs21-wnn6 ......... SKK, SJ3, Wnn6

If you use with SJ3 or SKK, you should be installed sj3serv or skkserv
in advance. SKK is supported as already builtin. Also it will
support several input methods under leim.

This package and the package xemacs-common-21.1.14, might clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs will be overwritten too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.
Or to avoid this problem, you could select prefix for top install
directory. By default it is pointed to the usual place, /usr/local.
1998-05-26T15:02:10+00:00 editors/xemacs21-mule-common XEmacs(version ${XEMACS_MAJOR_VER}) with mule, lisp files, info pages, etc (except executables)
This is XEmacs lisp files, info pages, and so on (except executables)
for XEmacs with Mule(version 21.1.14), the next generation of Emacs.

You must install one of packages, xemacs-mule-21.1.14,
ja-xemacs-*-21.1.14 (ja-xemacs-canna-21.1.14, ja-xemacs-canna+freewnn-21.1.14, etc.),
each of which contains only the executables for XEmacs with Mule(vresion 21.1.14).

This package and the above package of the executables *will* clobber any
existing XEmacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

--
Kazz
1998-05-26T15:00:22+00:00 editors/xemacs21-mule XEmacs(stable version) text editor with mule(Only the executables)
This is a package containing only the executables for stable
version of XEmacs with Mule, the next generation of Emacs.

This package is not built with any particular language support except for
already built-in Imput Method - SKK and SJ3. If you want other built-in
input method, look into the xemacs ports in language- specific directories.
Currently only Japanese (Canna, FreeWnn and Wnn6) is available.

This package is designed *not* to clobber any existing emacs installation.
In particular, the executables and man pages of etags/ctags are not
installed, and the info pages that come with the original emacs don't get
installed too. The Japanese version is build to install everything, by the
way.
1998-05-26T08:07:53+00:00 deskutils/kproject
This is a preview version of kproject, a simple project planner.

At the moment this is not more than a Q&D hack, but it does some
basic functions, e. g.

- read a project list in the form
<Start node>:<End node>:<Duration>:<Text>

where <Start node> and <End node> represents the dependencies of each
process. You can edit this in the programm, but I think, it is
much easier to edit a file with your favourite editor and load it.

Two sample files are included in this package (see /samples).

- calculate buffer times. A "C" indicates, that this process is critical
(total buffer time is zero)

- show the project as a GANTT diagram
1998-05-26T04:04:19+00:00 graphics/rayshade Extensible system for creating ray-traced images
Rayshade is a system for generating ray-traced images. Rayshade's main
function is to read a multi-line ASCII file describing a scene to be
rendered and produce a file containing the ray traced image.

WWW: http://www-graphics.stanford.edu/~cek/rayshade/
1998-05-25T23:23:36+00:00 net/icb Internet CB - a mostly-defunct chat client
This is a chat client similar to irc, but for the icb protocol.
It is a much lighter weight client than IRC in terms of gaudyness, childish
features, and bots.

All-in-all, what it would be nice for IRC to be.

WWW: http://www.obfuscation.org/icb/

-- David
(obrien@NUXI.com)
1998-05-25T23:23:36+00:00 net-im/icb Internet CB - a mostly-defunct chat client
This is a chat client similar to irc, but for the icb protocol.
It is a much lighter weight client than IRC in terms of gaudyness, childish
features, and bots.

All-in-all, what it would be nice for IRC to be.

WWW: http://www.obfuscation.org/icb/
1998-05-25T14:26:20+00:00 print/klyx
KLyX is a modern approach of writing documents with a computer which breaks
with the tradition of the obsolete typewriter concept. It is designed for
people who want a professional output with a minimum of time effort, without
becoming specialists in typesetting. Compared to common word processors KLyX
will increase the productivity a lot, since most of the type- setting will be
done by the computer, not the author. With KLyX the author can concentrate on
the contents of his writing, since the computer will take care of the look.

KLyX uses the professional typesetting system LaTeX as backend. This means
that it is very suitable for scientific work and guarantees first class
output in a quality only known from books. In fact KLyX includes the best
available formula editor used by thousands of mathematicians all over the
world. The formula editor is seamlessly integrated and allows editing of
equations inside the document. KLyX is also highly optimized and much faster
than usual wordprocessors. It is also able to handle documents with several
hundred pages, lots of pictures, tables and formulas included without
becoming slow or instable. But of course you can also use this incredible and
powerful tool for something trivial like writing a simple letter ;-)
1998-05-25T12:41:53+00:00 deskutils/korganizer Calendar and scheduling Program
KOrganizer is a several things. It is a calendar. It is a program to
keep track of your appointments. It is a prioritized todo list. It
coordinates scheduling between different people or groups. In short,
it is a program which tries to help you keep your life organized,
hence the simple, yet appropriate name. You may have encountered
similar programs for both UNIX and Windows such as plan, Netscape
Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, and Ecco Pro. All of these programs fall
under the same general category of "PIM," or Personal Information
Manager, and they all more or less try to do the same things, though
often with different angles of approach.

KOrganizer is the first free PIM for Unix which implements the
vCalendar protocol for personal data interchange. This
vendor-independent, open standard allows different programs and
devices to share/synchronize appointment and calendar information
without proprietary standards. The data is stored in ASCII and is
easily human-readable. While some Windows programs have implemented a
limited import/export ability for their native formats to vCalendar,
KOrganizer's native file format on disk is vCalendar, so it bypasses
this middle-step entirely. It also allows you to easily access your
data without the program itself, in the spirit of other UNIX programs.
1998-05-22T02:07:30+00:00 devel/p5-Term-Query Interactive question-response user interface module
Excerpted from the README file:

Term::Query.pm is a Perl 5 module, which performs generalized queries on
various kinds of values. Validation and normalization of input, based
on the type, is automated, as is error reporting and re-solicitation of
input.

Input of '?', unless configured otherwise, provides useful, helpful
information, based on the expected input type, even in the absence of a
programmer-supplied help string.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Term-Query
1998-05-21T22:36:15+00:00 mail/glbiff Xbiff-like program for X Window System with nice 3D output
This is a program to visually notify you of new mail is similar to
xbiff, except that it provides somewhat nicer output. The idea
comes from the "mailbox" program available on SGI machines, and
hence tries to mimic some of the features present in it.

WWW: http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~mac/code/projects/glbiff.html
1998-05-20T07:56:07+00:00 games/xpyraminx Pyraminx puzzle for X Window System
The original puzzle has 9 triangles per face (size = 3) and
has period 3 turning (i.e. the face or points turn in 120 degree
intervals). The puzzle was designed by Uwe Meffert and called
the Pyraminx. This has 2^5*3^8*6!/2 or 75,582,720 different
combinations.
Another puzzle Senior Pyraminx 3x3x3 exists only on paper, it
has period 2 turning (i.e. edges turn with 180 degree intervals)
but the corners would fall off unless it had some tricky
mechanism. (This may be the same as the Master Pyraminx which
has 446,965,972,992,000 different combinations).
Another puzzle (which was not widely distributed), the Junior
Pyraminx (and similarly the Junior Pyraminx Star, a octahedron
formed by two tetrahedra, this has 7!*3^6 or 3,674,160 different
combinations), has 4 triangles (size = 2) per face and at the
time I designed this computer puzzle thought that it had only
period 2 turning (i.e the edges rotate). It turns out the puzzle
has a period 4 turning (edges turn with 90 degree intervals)
which makes it analogous to the 2x2x2 Rubik's cube. This puzzle
makes various non-tetrahedral shapes. The puzzle contained here
has no period 4 turning flexability.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-05-20T07:54:07+00:00 games/xpanex Panex puzzle for X Window System
The original Panex puzzle is from the Japanese Magic Company
from the 1980's. Mathematicians at Bell Laboratories estimated
the number of moves to swap 2 columns of order 10 to be
27,564 <= N <= 31,537. It came in two varieties: one with a
blue and a yellow pyramid of order 10 on silver tiles; in the
gold version pieces of each color look alike i.e. no pyramid
is drawn on them), this is a little harder.
The original Tower of Hanoi puzzle is the invention of
Edouard Lucas and was sold as a toy in France in 1883. The
legend of 64 disks in the great temple of Benares of the god
Brahma is also his invention.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-05-20T07:52:39+00:00 games/xoct Oct puzzle for X Window System
The original puzzle has 9 triangles per face (size = 3)
and has period 4 turning (i.e. the face or points turn with
90 degree intervals). The puzzle was designed by Uwe Meffert
and called the Magic Octahedron (or Star Puzzler). The
puzzle was not widely distributed but not exactly rare. This
puzzle has some analogies to the Rubik's Cube and the
solving techniques are the same to that of the Pyraminx.
Christoph's Magic Jewel is similar except there are no
trivial corners to solve. This has 2^22*12! or
2,009,078,326,886,400 different combinations.
Uwe Meffert also noticed that there could be an alternate
twisting for the octahedron where it has period 3 turning
(i.e. faces turn with 120 degree intervals).
One is able to simulate a Trajber's Octahedron (period 3
turning and sticky mode). Also one is able to simulate one
with variant turning (period 4 turning and sticky mode).

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-05-19T23:09:47+00:00 www/WebMagick Image Web Generator - recursively build HTMLs, imagemaps, thumbnails
WebMagick is a package which supports making image collections
available on the Web. It recurses through directory trees, building
HTML pages and imagemap files to allow the user to navigate through
collections of thumbnail images (somewhat similar to xv's Visual
Schnauzer) and select the image to view with a mouse click (see sample
output). Every effort is made to minimize the bandwidth required
between the server and the browser.

WWW: http://webmagick.sourceforge.net/
1998-05-19T08:50:10+00:00 graphics/EZWGL EZ Widget and Graphics Library
This graphics library implements about 100 OpenGL(TM)
like graphics functions and procedures that provides high
level support for 3D graphics, including features like
zbuffer, double-buffer and lighting.

WWW: http://rene.ma.utexas.edu/~mzou/EZWGL/
1998-05-19T06:56:53+00:00 devel/qtez Qt Rapid Application Development Environment for X Window System
This is a beta release of a development environment for c++
using and writing source code for the Qt library. The
environment is a gui dialog editor, as well as integrating
source code editor, and signals and slots connections.

WWW: http://qtez.ibl.sk/
1998-05-19T06:34:29+00:00 games/xspacewarp Time Trek - like game for X Window System
In xspacewarp the player maneuvers a Federation spaceship,
called the Endever, through 81 sectors of space trying to
destroy an Armada of enemy Jovian ships before they destroy the
all the Federation bases. To accompish this task, the Endever
has fasers, ion thrust engines, warpdrive for jumping between
sectors, a limited number of photon torpedoes, and a finite
store of energy which gets depleted during battles and must be
replenished by docking with the bases. The game has no time
limit and has a choice of 10 skill levels. xspacewarp also has
an online orientation to explain the game in further detail.
1998-05-18T14:18:41+00:00 games/xmastermind Mastermind game for X Window System
The computer calculates a combination of five characters (each between
A and J) and you have to try to find out the combination the computer
has calculated. Your questions to the computer are also combinations of
five characters (each between A and J).

You get sets of black and/or white blocks as answers to your questions.

If you get a black block as answer it means that there is one character
in your try at the correct position (but you don't know which one it
is).

If you get a white block as answer it means that there is a character in
your guess that also occurs in the solution, but at another position
(but you don't know which one it is and at which position it would be
correct).
1998-05-18T09:10:52+00:00 games/xisola Simple board game for X Window System
Xisola game follow this simple rule:
Each move consists of two actions: first move your piece to an
adjascent empty field (horizontal, vertical or diagonal, like
the king in Chess), then take away any of the empty fields
Since the number of fields decreases with every move there will
be a point when one player will not have any empty fields left
to move to and he loses.
1998-05-18T08:30:21+00:00 graphics/killustrator
killustrator is vector drawing tool for K Desktop Environment

The aim of the killustrator project is the development of a freely
available vector-based drawing application similiar to Corel Draw
or Adobe Illustrator.

WWW: http://wwwiti.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/~sattler/killustrator.html
1998-05-18T04:20:25+00:00 cad/xcircuit X11 circuit schematics drawing program
xcircuit is software for drawing electrical circuits.

WWW: http://opencircuitdesign.com/xcircuit/
1998-05-18T04:10:08+00:00 games/frotz Infocom games interpreter
An interpreter for all Infocom games. Complies with standard
1.0 of Graham Nelson's specification. Frotz runs text adventures
which come in so-called story files: ZORK1.DAT, TRINITY.DAT,
CURSES.Z5, JIGSAW.Z8, ARTHUR.ZIP etc. It is possible to play
Atari ST, Amiga or Macintosh games on your PC once you manage
to transfer the story files. There is an increasing number
of new games available on the Internet. Check the if-archive
at ftp.ifarchive.org.

WWW: https://github.com/DavidGriffith/frotz
1998-05-17T22:26:00+00:00 korean/hanemacs Korean version of GNU editing macros
Hanemacs-19.34b
---------------

GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor. Hanemacs is an emacs clone enabling Korean language
display and input. It is fully compatible with emacs-19.34b.

Hanemacs can use Johab, KSC5601-1987.0 fonts.

--
CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
1998-05-17T20:14:41+00:00 print/html2ps-letter HTML to PostScript converter
- Much from HTML 4.0 - that is relevant for printing - is supported
(incidentally, the PostScript and PDF versions of the HTML 4.0 draft,
were generated using html2ps). For example, all character entities
(except &zwnj;, &zwj;, &lrm;, and &rlm;) are supported.
- Many possibilities to control the appearance. Starting with this version,
this is mostly done using configuration files.
- Support for processing multiple documents, also automatically by
recursively following links.
- A table of contents can be generated, either from the links in a document,
or automatically from document headings.
- Configurable page headers/footers, that for example can contain
document title, URL, page number, current heading, and date.
- When converting the PostScript document to PDF - using some other
program such as version 5.0 or later of Aladdin Ghostscript, or
Adobe Acrobat Distiller - the original hyperlinks in the HTML
documents will be retained in the PDF document.
- Automatic hyphenation and text justification can be selected.

WWW: http://www.tdb.uu.se/~jan/html2ps.html
1998-05-17T20:14:41+00:00 print/html2ps-a4
1998-05-17T06:27:46+00:00 x11/dxpc Compressing X protocol proxy designed to support X11 over slow links
dxpc is an X protocol compressor designed to improve the speed of X11
applications run over low-bandwidth links (such as dialup PPP
connections). dxpc attempts to exploit patterns in X protocol
messages to limit the amount of data actually sent over the network.

WWW: http://www.vigor.nu/dxpc/
1998-05-17T05:43:37+00:00 games/maelstrom Asteroids-style game for X Window System
A port of the high resolution, fast action Asteroids-style
Mac game Maelstrom originally written by Ambrosia Software.
Unique to this port is a kick-butt network play mode.

WWW: http://slouken.libsdl.org/projects/Maelstrom/
1998-05-17T04:44:52+00:00 x11-fonts/tkfont Tk based replacement for xfontsel
This is a port of tkfont, a Tk based replacement (and much better IMHO)
for xfontsel. I find this particularly useful when I'm going to use
The Gimp to design something and want to pick a font without starting
gimp. Xfontsel can't scroll far enough down to see all of the fonts.
1998-05-16T17:41:25+00:00 devel/re2c Compile regular expression to C (much faster final code than flex)
re2c is a tool for generating C-based recognizers from regular
expressions. re2c-based scanners are efficient: for programming
languages, given similar specifications, an re2c-based scanner is
typically almost twice as fast as a flex-based scanner with little or no
increase in size (possibly a decrease on cisc architectures). Indeed,
re2c-based scanners are quite competitive with hand-crafted ones.

WWW: http://re2c.org/
1998-05-16T03:30:43+00:00 news/xmitbin Posts or mails binary and sourcecode files intelligently
xmitBin allows you to post large binary postings (well, any large posting)
to usenet newsgroups, to someone via e-mail, or both. It will post
intelligently, meaning uuencoding binaries, splitting large files across
multiple postings, and generally making it easier for those reading your
posts to find and decode all pieces of your post, and not getting usenet
site admins mad at you for posting large binaries in one chunk. If you've
ever wanted to post to any of the alt.binaries.* groups, this is the tool
for you!

I have included two shell scripts of my own, "mailbin" and "postbin".
These scripts make it easy to mail and post (respectively) stuff using
a good default set of command line switches.
1998-05-16T02:08:04+00:00 x11-fonts/sharefonts Collection of shareware ATM fonts from the CICA archives
This is a collection of shareware ATM fonts from the CICA Windows
archives. They are particularly useful with gimp.
1998-05-15T12:14:23+00:00 games/KnightCap Chess program with 3D interface for X Window System
KnightCap is a chess program.

The principal differences between KnightCap and other chess programs
are:

- KnightCap has an optional fully rendered 3D interface, giving a feel much
more like an "over the board" game.

- KnightCap was developed to run on a parallel distributed memory
machine, although it also runs on normal Unix boxes.

- KnightCap does not have an opening book---instead it keeps a file
(brain.dat) of losing moves and inserts them in the hash table at the
start of each search. At present it has about 1500 entries, and
this makes it a pretty competitive opening player.

- KnightCap learns the parameters of its evaluation function as it
plays. The most dramatic example of how this helps is an experiment
we conducted on FICS in which KnightCap learnt from a 1650 player
to a 2100 player in just 300 games. See
http://cs.anu.edu.au/people/Lex.Weaver/pub_sem/publications/knightcap.pdf
for more info on its learning algorithm.

WWW: http://samba.anu.edu.au/KnightCap/
1998-05-14T07:27:52+00:00 ftp/cftp Comfortable, full screen (S)FTP client
CFTP is used to transfer files from a remote computer to
your local computer via the FTP protocol.
Its advantages over most standard ftp-clients is its
fullscreen representation of the remote directory so you
can easily choose what to get or where to go.

WWW: https://nih.at/cftp/
1998-05-14T07:11:06+00:00 games/xvmahjongg Mahjongg for XView with multicolored tiles
Mah jongg is an ancient Chinese game whose origins are supposed to date
back around 3000 years. It is typically a four player game with
similarities to most popular card games. This version is a solitaire
game using the mahjongg tiles. It was inspired by a version originally
seen on a PC.

The object of the game is to remove all the tiles from the board in
matching pairs. Tiles match only if they are identical. Exceptions are
the flower and season tiles. Any season tile will match any other season
tile and any flower tile will match any other flower tile. Tiles may be
removed from the board only if they have either a left or a right edge
open and they do not have a tile covering them.
1998-05-13T22:21:18+00:00 japanese/wine
Wine is a Windows emulator running under Unix on i386 (and higher) CPUs.
It is still Alpha quality, i.e. don't expect it to run your typical large
MS-Windows application package, but it is definitely on its way ...

To use Wine, your kernel must be rebuilt with the following line added
to your kernel config file (/sys/i386/conf/<YourMachine>):

options USER_LDT

Wine relies on the configuration file /usr/local/etc/wine.conf to
contain valid assignments of Unix directories to DOS drive letters,
and for certain other options (see "man wine" for details).
You will most probably have to to edit it, after the install ...

See /usr/local/share/doc/ja/wine/README.jis for more info.
1998-05-12T14:04:52+00:00 devel/amulet A free C++ GUI library
Amulet is a toolkit for building graphical user interfaces in C++.

This port builds three versions of the library:
libamulet.so.3.0: shared library with the inspector
(for development)
libamulet-release.so.3.0: shared library without the inspector
libamulet-release.a: static version of the above library

In addition, the following programs are installed in /usr/X11R6/bin:
gilt: the interface designer
agate: gesture training program

The sample programs are installed in /usr/X11R6/share/amulet/samples.

There is also a sample Makefile (sample.Makefile) in that directory
that you can use to build amulet programs. This is an adaption
of the Makefiles that come with amulet, which does not require the
AMULET_DIR and AMULET_VARS_FILE to be set.

WWW: http://pecan.srv.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/amulet/www/

Filip Bovyn
bovynf@awe.be
1998-05-10T22:21:39+00:00 misc/sma
The Scour Media Agent (SMA) is a program that is used in conjunction with
the Scour search service (http://www.scour.net/). This is a new kind of
search service that specializes in searching for multimedia filetypes
(video, animation, audio, etc.). They search 6 different protocols and have
the most comprehensive webcrawlers of any search engine presently in
existence. The database contains everything from links to streaming video
lectures on Microbiology (coming soon) to the latest music video from the
Spice Girls.

They specialize even further by separating media files into their respective
types (.avi, .mpg, .mov, .viv, .ram, .mp3, etc.) So, going beyond just
being able to search for video files, you can specify all the way down to
the file type.

This free service started out as a dorm room project by a couple of Computer
Science students at UCLA.

WWW: http://www.scour.net/

[ This port is maintained by Donald Burr <dburr@FreeBSD.ORG>. ]
1998-05-10T08:11:44+00:00 japanese/tk80 Graphical toolkit for Japanized TCL, version 8.0
This package contains the binary release of Japanized Tk 8.0,
a GUI toolkit for Tcl.

Many thanks to Mr. Nishinaka and tcl-jp team.

The best way to get started with Tcl is to read ``Tcl and the Tk
Toolkit'' by John K. Ousterhout, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-63337-X.
And Japanized version of this document is available.
`` Tcl and Tk Toolkit'', SOFTBANK, ISBN4-89052-819-9.

NOTE: A full set of manual pages is provided by the package "tk-8.0".
This package does NOT contain it.
And this kit requires a Japanized Tcl8.0 binary kit.
1998-05-10T08:09:18+00:00 japanese/tcl80 Japanized Tool Command Language, version 8.0
This package contains the binary release of Japanized Tcl8.0,
an embeddable tool command language.

Many thanks to Mr. Nishinaka and tcl-jp team.

The best way to get started with Tcl is to read ``Tcl and the Tk
Toolkit'' by John K. Ousterhout, Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-63337-X.
And Japanized version of this document is available.
`` Tcl and Tk Toolkit'', SOFTBANK, ISBN4-89052-819-9.

NOTE: A full set of manual pages is provided by the package "tcl-8.0".
This package does NOT contain it.
1998-05-09T14:19:20+00:00 korean/mizifont Mizi Research's Korean X11 Font(ksc5601.1987-[01] encoding)
Mizi Research's Korean X11 Fonts
================================

This fonts are from Mizi Research's hanIM Korean input method.
Originally from Hangul & Computer Corp.

WWW: http://www.mizi.com/
1998-05-09T10:20:40+00:00 www/w3mir All-purpose HTTP copying and mirroring tool
The w3mir package is an all-purpose HTTP copying and mirroring tool
that can be used to create and maintain a browsable copy of one, or
several, remote WWW site(s). It can retrieve the contents of several
related sites and make them browsable via a local web server or a
filesystem.

WWW: http://www.langfeldt.net/w3mir/
1998-05-08T02:38:34+00:00 games/jzip Text-mode Infocom game interpreter
This software interprets Infocom text-adventure games. This port
does not install any games; you can install them yourself if you
own the games, or you can legally obtain the Zork series from:
http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~pete/Infocom/download.html
1998-05-07T19:05:47+00:00 games/xinfocom Infocom game interpreter for X11
This software interprets Infocom text-adventure games. This port
does not install any games; you can install them yourself if you
own the games, or you can legally obtain the Zork series from:

http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~pete/Infocom/download.html

More games can be found at:

http://www.ifarchive.org/indexes/if-archiveXgamesXzcode.html

LICENSE: copy freely, do not distribute modified versions

WWW: http://www.csd.uwo.ca/Infocom/
1998-05-07T15:58:20+00:00 devel/libtool15 Generic shared library support script
This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides
the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable
interface.

To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your
Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/
1998-05-07T15:58:20+00:00 devel/libtool14 Generic shared library support script (version 1.4)
This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides
the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable
interface.

To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your
Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/
1998-05-07T15:58:20+00:00 devel/libtool13 Generic shared library support script (1.3)
This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides
the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable
interface.

To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your
Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/
1998-05-07T15:58:20+00:00 devel/libtool Generic shared library support script
This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides
the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable
interface.

To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your
Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/
1998-05-07T15:58:20+00:00 devel/gnu-libtool Generic shared library support script (GNU unmodified)
This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides
the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable
interface.

To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your
Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am.

This port is specifically designed for developers that want to create
cross-platform software distributions on FreeBSD. This version of libtool
should _NEVER_ be used with the FreeBSD ports system as a replacement for the
versioned copies of libtool.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/
1998-05-07T05:20:22+00:00 irc/sirc Small (150k), fast, perl-based IRC client
An Internet Relay Chat client written in perl, that uses a
perl-based scripting language. It is small (150k or less), fast, and
gives you a good chance to practice your perl skills. :)

It has an interface that closely emulates ircII and comes with
some useful sample scripts that will get you started on IRC quickly. No
knowledge of perl is necessary to run the client although it is helpful
if you plan to do any scripting.
1998-05-06T12:35:01+00:00 deskutils/offix-trash Trash from OffiX
This is Trash from OffiX, for use with applications which support the
OffiX DND protocol.

Trash is a black-hole intended to be used with "files". Every file dropped
on trash will be moved to a temporary hidden directory. If you want, the
"delete all" button will remove the files in trash from your disk forever.
The good things is that the files in trash can be recovered (undeleted).

Suggestion: call it iconic ("trash -ic") when you use it.

Check the OffiX main page below:

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T12:30:47+00:00 print/offix-printer OffiX printer icon with support of DND protocol
This is the printer icon from OffiX, you can print files by dragging in on it.
For more information,
please consult the manual and OffiX homepage:

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T12:27:05+00:00 x11-fm/offix-files File bar from OffiX
This is files bar from OffiX --- part of desktop package with
DND Drag & Drop protocol support. Very simular to Mac.

This is as file manager based on xfm. It provides virtually all of the
features that you would expect in a file manager -- move around your
directory tree in multiple windows, move, copy or delete files, and launch
programs with simple mouse operations.

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T12:22:44+00:00 x11/offix-execute Files executor from OffiX
This is Executor from OffiX --- part of desktop package with
DND Drag & Drop protocol support.

Execute is a simple tool that work as a wrapper to non-X applications. It
redirects stdout/stderr of application to an X window. From that window the
user is able to abort the running program, to quit completely or to restart
the application.

To run Execute do: execute application args_to_application

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T12:18:25+00:00 editors/offix-editor Editor from OffiX
This is Editor from OffiX --- part with desktop package with
DND Drag & Drop protocol support.

Editor is an Athena based text editor. It's a patched version of the xed
editor. Like xed, you can perform common actions via user-friendly menus.
You can also drop a file on the "filename" area and the editor will load
this file. If the file is saved, you can also drag from this area to
somewhere else (e.g. to the "printer" program).

Check the OffiX main page below:

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T12:13:52+00:00 x11/offix-clipboard X clipboard with support of DND protocol
This is clipboard from OffiX; for more information please consult the
manual and OffiX homepage.

WWW: http://leb.net/offix/
1998-05-06T08:11:00+00:00 mail/rftp Automatically reconstruct ftpmail- or bitftp-retrieved files
This program is for any user who retrieves ftp files via
ftpmail or bitftp servers. It runs quietly in the background
and watches the user's mail directory. When the mail-
retrieved file has arrived in full, rftp puts the pieces
together in order and stores the tarball in a directory.

I wrote this several years ago when my only link to the
Arpanet was a uucp link. These days, most FreeBSD users
have a direct link to the net. For the dozens or hundreds
who don't this should be of use.
1998-05-05T20:05:23+00:00 net/ntp The Network Time Protocol Distribution
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a
computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.

It provides client accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs
and up to a few tens of milliseconds on WANs relative to a primary
server synchronized to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) via a Global
Positioning Service (GPS) receiver, for example.

Typical NTP configurations utilize multiple redundant servers and diverse
network paths, in order to achieve high accuracy and reliability.

Some configurations include cryptographic authentication to prevent
accidental or malicious protocol attacks.

See homepage for more infos:

WWW: http://www.ntp.org/
1998-05-05T20:05:23+00:00 net/ntp-stable The Network Time Protocol Distribution
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a
computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.

It provides client accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs
and up to a few tens of milliseconds on WANs relative to a primary
server synchronized to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) via a Global
Positioning Service (GPS) receiver, for example.

Typical NTP configurations utilize multiple redundant servers and diverse
network paths, in order to achieve high accuracy and reliability.

Some configurations include cryptographic authentication to prevent
accidental or malicious protocol attacks.

See homepage for more infos:

WWW: http://www.ntp.org/
1998-05-05T20:05:23+00:00 net/ntp-devel The Network Time Protocol Distribution
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a
computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.

It provides client accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs
and up to a few tens of milliseconds on WANs relative to a primary
server synchronized to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) via a Global
Positioning Service (GPS) receiver, for example.

Typical NTP configurations utilize multiple redundant servers and diverse
network paths, in order to achieve high accuracy and reliability.

Some configurations include cryptographic authentication to prevent
accidental or malicious protocol attacks.

See homepage for more infos:

WWW: http://www.ntp.org/
1998-05-05T14:21:44+00:00 korean/kaistfonts X11 KAIST font(ksc5601.1987-0 encoding) collection
KAIST Font(KSC)
---------------

Korean KS C 5601-1987 fonts collection.
(ksc5601.1987-0 encoding)

- Iyagi, Philgi fonts are recomposed from hanterm johab fonts.
- newmj fonts are recomposed from HLaTeX-0.97 Myeongjo font.

Font collection by Hong Hunsoo <hunsoo@sensor.kaist.ac.kr>
1998-05-05T08:00:27+00:00 games/awele African board game
The game of Awele is a popular african game, also known as "Sungo"
or "Ubao". It is made of a wooden board with 12 holes containing
some kind of stones. The aim is to capture as many stones as
possible. There exist varieties of rules. I implemented the one
I know, which is one of the most popular (in Ivory Coast at least).

Send comments, suggestions, claims to:
jean-paul.berroir@inria.fr
1998-05-05T05:07:48+00:00 devel/ftnchek Fortran 77 semantic checking utility
ftnchek (short for Fortran checker) is designed to detect certain errors
in a Fortran 77 program that a compiler usually does not. ftnchek is not
primarily intended to detect syntax errors. Its purpose is to assist the
user in finding semantic errors. Semantic errors are legal in the Fortran
77 language but are wasteful or may cause incorrect operation. For example,
variables which are never used may indicate some omission in the program;
uninitialized variables contain garbage which may cause incorrect results
to be calculated; and variables which are not declared may not have the
intended type. ftnchek is intended to assist users in the debugging of
their Fortran 77 program. It is not intended to catch all syntax errors.
This is the function of the compiler. Prior to using ftnchek, the user
should verify that the program compiles correctly.

WWW: http://www.dsm.fordham.edu/~ftnchek/
1998-05-05T01:25:26+00:00 games/xabacus Abacus for X Window System
This is abacus for X Window System. Essentially, this is a proof
by induction that a computer is more powerful than an abacus, since
a computer program can contain an abacus. (But then again, you can
simulate a computer within a computer, so what does that show).
Actually, with a real abacus, one can move more than one row at a
time with 10 fingers. But on the other hand, a real abacus does
not have the current sum displayed as an integer.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/abacus.html
1998-05-05T01:00:22+00:00 textproc/latex2html Convert LaTeX documents to HTML
This program can be used to convert LaTeX to HTML. It has many configuration
options configurable by editing a configuration file. It can handle equations
and postscript images as well.

WWW: http://www.latex2html.org/
1998-05-04T17:53:35+00:00 math/R Language for statistical computing and graphics
From <http://cran.R-project.org/doc/FAQ/R-FAQ.html#What-is-R_003f>:

R is a system for statistical computation and graphics. It consists of
a language plus a run-time environment with graphics, a debugger,
access to certain system functions, and the ability to run programs
stored in script files.

The core of R is an interpreted computer language which allows branching
and looping as well as modular programming using functions. Most of the
user-visible functions in R are written in R. It is possible for the user
to interface to procedures written in the C, C++, or FORTRAN languages
for efficiency. The R distribution contains functionality for a large
number of statistical procedures. Among these are: linear and generalized
linear models, nonlinear regression models, time series analysis, classical
parametric and nonparametric tests, clustering and smoothing. There is also
a large set of functions which provide a flexible graphical environment for
creating various kinds of data presentations. Additional modules ("add-on
packages") are available for a variety of specific purposes.

WWW: http://www.R-project.org/
1998-05-04T17:53:35+00:00 math/R-project A language for statistical computing and graphics
From <http://www.R-project.org/about.html>:

R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics.
It is a GNU project which is similar to the S language and environment
which was developed at Bell Laboratories (formerly AT&T, now Lucent
Technologies) by John Chambers and colleagues. R can be considered as a
different implementation of S. There are some important differences,
but much code written for S runs unaltered under R.

R provides a wide variety of statistical (linear and nonlinear modelling,
classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification,
clustering, ...) and graphical techniques, and is highly extensible.
The S language is often the vehicle of choice for research in statistical
methodology, and R provides an Open Source route to participation in that
activity.

One of R's strengths is the ease with which well-designed
publication-quality plots can be produced, including mathematical symbols
and formulae where needed. Great care has been taken over the defaults for
the minor design choices in graphics, but the user retains full control.

WWW: http://www.R-project.org/
1998-05-04T17:53:35+00:00 math/R-letter A language for statistical computing and graphics
From <http://www.R-project.org/about.html>:

R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics.
It is a GNU project which is similar to the S language and environment
which was developed at Bell Laboratories (formerly AT&T, now Lucent
Technologies) by John Chambers and colleagues. R can be considered as a
different implementation of S. There are some important differences,
but much code written for S runs unaltered under R.

R provides a wide variety of statistical (linear and nonlinear modelling,
classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification,
clustering, ...) and graphical techniques, and is highly extensible.
The S language is often the vehicle of choice for research in statistical
methodology, and R provides an Open Source route to participation in that
activity.

One of R's strengths is the ease with which well-designed
publication-quality plots can be produced, including mathematical symbols
and formulae where needed. Great care has been taken over the defaults for
the minor design choices in graphics, but the user retains full control.

WWW: http://www.R-project.org/
1998-05-04T15:11:40+00:00 news/p5-Gateway Robomoderation and mail to news gatewaying toolkit
Essentially, robomoderators, moderation support programs, and mail to
news gateways are all the same thing. They take an incoming message,
from either an MTA or from a user filtering program like procmail, or
perhaps even directly from a user's MUA, perform a variety of rewrites
required to turn an RFC 822 message into an RFC 1036 message, possibly
perform a variety of checks and additional rewrites suited to the
particular application, and then hand the message off to a news
server. News to mail gateways just do exactly the same thing in
reverse.

This is an attempt to generalize out the framework, so that people
don't have to keep writing the same code to read e-mail messages, post
messages, send e-mail messages, and do the common rewrites, and
instead can concentrate on the *interesting* parts, namely the checks
and rewrites they need for their specific application. News::Gateway
is *not* a robomoderator or gateway in and of itself. Rather, it's a
toolkit for *building* robomoderators and gateways that attempts to
take care of all of the nitpicking details for you and drastically
decrease the amount of code you have to write.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Gateway
1998-05-04T14:56:33+00:00 news/p5-News-Article Object for handling Usenet articles in mail or news form
This module allows for creating articles from scratch, or reading them
from various data sources; various header manipulations, and posting
via NNTP or mailing via a sendmail-workalike.
1998-05-04T03:50:45+00:00 security/p5-PGP-Sign Create detached PGP signatures for data
PGP::Sign is a special purpose module designed to create and check detached
signatures for data. It's mainly intended to be used for things like
reimplementing PGPMoose, signcontrol and pgpverify.

It can use Gnu Privacy Guard.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/PGP-Sign
1998-05-03T23:27:37+00:00 games/3dc 3-Dimensional Chess for X Window System
3-Dimensional Chess for X. Three boards, 96 pieces and 26 directions.
3Dc is played with three chess boards arranged one above another.

-Adam <adam-ports@blacktabby.org>
1998-05-03T20:51:39+00:00 www/junkbuster HTTP proxy server that eliminates ads
This is a port of The Internet Junkbuster Proxy(TM). An excelent way
to enhance your privacy while browsing the web. And it also happens
to do a great job of filtering out all those annoying banner ads!

This modified version allows one to specify appearance of blocked GIFs.
It can automatically compress text/html and text/plain documents for clients
which support Accept-Encoding: gzip (e.g. Netscape 4.7, Internet Explorer 5,
Lynx 2.8.3) to save downstream modem/network bandwidth. It uses the zlib
compression library to perform on-the-fly compression of HTML documents.

Please note that this software does not support IPv6. See www/privoxy
for a worth followup of this software.

WWW: http://f2.org/products/ijb-zlib/
1998-05-03T20:51:39+00:00 www/junkbuster-zlib
Junkbuster-zlib is a modified version of the Internet Junkbuster Proxy v2.0.2
which can automatically compress text/html and text/plain documents for clients
which support Accept-Encoding: gzip (e.g. Netscape 4.7, Internet Explorer 5,
Lynx 2.8.3) to save downstream modem/network bandwidth. It uses the zlib
compression library to perform on-the-fly compression of HTML documents.

WWW: http://f2.org/products/ijb-zlib/
1998-05-03T01:43:08+00:00 net/mpich2 Portable implementation of MPI-1 and MPI-2
MPICH2 is an implementation of the Message-Passing Interface (MPI).

The goals of MPICH2 are to provide an MPI implementation for important
platforms, including clusters, SMPs, and massively parallel processors.
It also provides a vehicle for MPI implementation research and for developing
new and better parallel programming environments

WWW: http://www.mcs.anl.gov/research/projects/mpich2/
1998-05-03T01:43:08+00:00 net/mpich Portable implementation of MPI-1, MPI-2 and MPI-3
MPICH is an implementation of the Message-Passing Interface (MPI) standard.

The goal of MPICH is to provide an MPI implementation that supports
different computation and communication platforms including commodity
clusters, high-speed networks and proprietary high-end computing systems.
It also enables cutting-edge research in MPI through an easy-to-extend
modular framework for other derived implementations.

WWW: https://www.mpich.org/
1998-05-02T22:35:09+00:00 japanese/dvipsk DVI to PostScript translator + Japanese patch
Dvipsk converts a DVI file produced by TeX (or other program) to
a PostScript file. Missing fonts can be automatically generated if
METAFONT exists on the system, or can be converted from `gf' to `pk'
format on demand. Dvips also supports `tpic', `psfig', `emtex',
and `METAPOST'.
1998-05-02T18:02:44+00:00 games/libshhcards Library for displaying game cards on X Window System
shhcards is a library for displaying game cards on X11.
It provides pixmaps for card games, and functions for
using the cards in X11 programs.

WWW: http://shh.thathost.com/pub-unix/#shhcards
1998-04-30T09:46:30+00:00 audio/xtuner Xwindows interface for the RadioREVEAL and RadioTrack FM radio cards!
!
! Attention: You need read access to /dev/io to get in/out-port
! privileges. So xtuner is intended to run as root only!
!

Xtuner was developed to enable Linux and FreeBSD users to control
Reveal's RA300 PC Radio Card and the AIMS Lab RadioTrack FM tuner
card under the X Window System. It implements most all the features
found with the software included from the manufacturer including
presets, volume control, fine tuning, and timed auto on/off as well
as tone control for bass and treble.
1998-04-29T23:46:03+00:00 x11-fm/x-files A nice Tk-based filemanager
This is X-Files, a very nice Tk-based filemanager for X based originally on
the Amiga program DirWorks.

WWW: http://users.tkk.fi/~mkivinie/X-Files/

Donald J. Maddox
<dmaddox099@yahoo.com>
1998-04-29T21:16:29+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-Gtk The base module of Gtk-Perl
Gtk-Perl is a set of modules that let you exploit the Gtk+ and Gnome
libraries from Perl. The module maps the Gtk+ objects to Perl packages
while trying to remain as close as possible to the C API, but not closer.

This is the base module (Gtk and Gtk::Gdk namespaces).
1998-04-29T10:55:40+00:00 textproc/sgrep2 Grep for structured text like SGML and HTML
sgrep (structured grep) is a tool for searching and indexing text, SGML,XML
and HTML files and filtering text streams using structural criteria. The data
model of sgrep is based on regions, which are nonempty substrings of text.
Regions are typically occurrences of constant strings, SGML-tags, or meaningful
text elements, which are recognizable through some delimiting strings or the
builtin SGML, XML and HTML parser. Regions can be arbitrarily long, arbitrarily
overlapping, and arbitrarily nested.

Sgrep is a convenient tool for making queries to almost any kind of text files
with some well kown structure. These include programs, mail folders, news
folders, HTML, SGML, etc... With relatively simple queries you can display mail
messages by their subject or sender, extract titles or links or any regions
from HTML files, function prototypes from C or make complex queries to SGML
files based on the DTD of the file.

WWW: http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/jjaakkol/sgrep.html
1998-04-29T10:55:40+00:00 textproc/sgrep Grep for structured text like SGML and HTML
`sgrep' (structured grep) is a tool for searching text files and
filtering text streams using structural criteria. Complex criteria
can be specified as macros using M4.

Sgrep was created by:

Jani Jaakkola, email:Jani.Jaakkola@helsinki.fi
Pekka Kilpelainen, email: Pekka.Kilpelainen@helsinki.fi

WWW: http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/jjaakkol/sgrep.html
1998-04-28T15:19:58+00:00 japanese/mtools Tools for manipulating MSDOS files + support 1232KB , Unicode LFN
Mtools is a collection of programs for reading, writing, and manipulating files
on an DOS FAT filesystem (usually a diskette). Each one closely emulates
its DOS analog:

_Mtool_ _DOS_command_ _Description_
mattrib ATTRIB change MSDOS file attribute flags
mcd CD change MSDOS directory
mcopy COPY copy MSDOS files to/from Unix
mdel DEL/ERASE delete an MSDOS file
mdir DIR display an MSDOS directory
mformat FORMAT add MSDOS filesystem to a low-level format
mlabel LABEL make an MSDOS volume label.
mmd MD/MKDIR make an MSDOS subdirectory
mrd RD/RMDIR remove an MSDOS subdirectory
mread COPY low level read (copy) an MSDOS file to Unix
mren REN/RENAME rename an existing MSDOS file
mtype TYPE display contents of an MSDOS file
mwrite COPY alias for mcopy, will be removed soon

Filenames may include a drive letter, a colon, subdirectory, and filename, with
either '/' or '\' directory separator. To use the '\' separator or wildcards,
escape the filenames with quotes. The regular expression "pattern matching"
routines follow Unix-style rules: '*' matches all files. Archive, hidden,
read-only and system attributes are ignored in pattern matching. SJIS Short
File Name and Unicode Long File Name files, and 1232 kB floppies, are supported.

WWW: http://mtools.linux.lu/
1998-04-28T14:44:43+00:00 www/p5-HTML-Parser Perl5 module for parsing HTML documents
This is a collection of modules that parse HTML text documents. These
modules used to be part of the libwww-perl distribution, but are now
unbundled in order to facilitate a separate development track. Bug
reports and discussions about these modules can still be sent to the
<libwww-perl@ics.uci.edu> mailing list. Remember to also take a look at
the HTML-Tree module collection that create and extract information from
HTML syntax trees.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/HTML-Parser
1998-04-27T23:08:37+00:00 mail/p5-MIME-Tools Set of perl5 modules for MIME
This collection of modules provides perl5 access methods related to MIME.
It includes the following modules:

MIME::Body MIME::Decoder MIME::Decoder::Base64 MIME::Decoder::BinHex
MIME::Decoder::Binary MIME::Decoder::Gzip64 MIME::Decoder::NBit
MIME::Decoder::QuotedPrint MIME::Decoder::UU MIME::Entity
MIME::Field::ConTraEnc MIME::Field::ContDisp MIME::Field::ContType
MIME::Field::ParamVal MIME::Head MIME::IO MIME::Latin1 MIME::Parser
MIME::ParserBase MIME::ToolUtils MIME::Tools MIME::Words

Warning: This module is _very_ slow for (at least some) large mails,
is derived from Mail-Tools, and has at least some mail-specific parts.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/MIME-tools
1998-04-27T21:42:19+00:00 devel/p5-IO-stringy Use IO handles with non-file objects
IO-stringy makes it possible to create perl filehandles that point to
just about any object. It contains next modules:

IO::AtomicFile - write a file which is updated atomically

IO::InnerFile - define a file inside another file

IO::Lines - IO:: interface for reading/writing an array of lines

IO::Scalar - IO:: interface for reading/writing a scalar

IO::ScalarArray - IO:: interface for reading/writing an array of scalars

IO::Wrap - wrap raw filehandles in IO::Handle interface

IO::WrapTie - wrap tieable objects in IO::Handle interface

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/IO-stringy
1998-04-27T14:53:01+00:00 lang/elisp-manual Emacs Lisp reference manual
Most of the GNU Emacs text editor is written in the programming
language called Emacs Lisp. You can write new code in Emacs Lisp and
install it as an extension to the editor. However, Emacs Lisp is more
than a mere ``extension language''; it is a full computer programming
language in its own right. You can use it as you would any other
programming language.

Because Emacs Lisp is designed for use in an editor, it has special
features for scanning and parsing text as well as features for
handling files, buffers, displays, subprocesses, and so on. Emacs
Lisp is closely integrated with the editing facilities; thus, editing
commands are functions that can also conveniently be called from Lisp
programs, and parameters for customization are ordinary Lisp
variables.

This manual describes Emacs Lisp, presuming considerable familiarity
with the use of Emacs for editing. (See The GNU Emacs Manual for this
basic information.) Generally speaking, the earlier chapters describe
features of Emacs Lisp that have counterparts in many programming
languages, and later chapters describe features that are peculiar to
Emacs Lisp or relate specifically to editing.
1998-04-27T14:49:57+00:00 lang/emacs-lisp-intro Introduction to Emacs Lisp programming
This is an elementary introduction to programming in Emacs Lisp for
people who are not programmers, and who are not necessarily interested
in programming, but who do want to customize or extend their computing
environment.
1998-04-27T14:34:05+00:00 games/xcogitate A logic game with board and stones
The game is played with 72 stones. There are 36 different stones,
each occuring twice. The stones are shuffled in a pouch. The player
takes an arbitrary stone from the pouch and must put it on the board
somewhere.

The following rules must be followed:

1. The stone must touch at least one other stone.

2. If the stone touches only 1 other stone, the colours or symbols
must be the same.

3. If the stone touches 2 other stones, it must have the same
colour as one of them, and the same symbol as the other.

4. If the stone touches 3 other stones, it must have the same
colour as one of them, and the same symbol as the other 2, and
vice versa.

The object of the game is to place all 72 stones on the board.
1998-04-27T05:25:02+00:00 math/xldlas XForms-based statistics package
What is it?
===========
It's for doing statistics.

Highlights
==========
* Based on the xforms library (ie. looks pretty slick)
* Point and click interface to statistical summaries, OLS
regression, plotting, correlation analysis, etc.
* Neural network and Genetic Algorithm data fitting
with some nice visual feedback.
* Very handy automatic generating of .tex format and html
log files, including tables and plots.
* Online help

Feedback
========
The author (Thor Sigvaldason) is happy to receive feedback
at: thor@netcom.ca
1998-04-27T05:01:11+00:00 games/xoids X Window Asteroids style game with full color pixmaps
Xoids is an asteroids-type game written for X in my (spare) time. The
game was originally developed on a Sun4 system while on an oceanographic
research cruise. It's by no means finished.

While Xoids is strikingly similar to the original Asteroids game,
there are some differences:

o Full color pixmaps
o One or Two Player (duel and cooperative) modes
o Can bounce off asteroids instead of dying (if going slow)
o Shots have relative speed, and impart intertia to the ship
o Asteroids have appropriate "masses": realistic physics
o The alien (called the Slurb) tracks players rather than
flying around aimlessly
o Thrusting and using hyperspace can overheat your engines (boom!)
o Co-op mode links players together via a flexible space-cable
1998-04-27T04:48:07+00:00 games/gemdropx Interesting one-player puzzle game for X (SDL)
"Gem Drop X" is an interesting one-player puzzle game using the
Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) libraries.

It is a direct port of "Gem Drop," an Atari 8-bit game written in Action!
(a very fast C- and Pascal-like compiled language for the Atari).

It was originally ported to X11, using SDL for sound and music.
Eventually, the Xlib graphics calls were removed and replaced with
SDL calls.

The concept of the game "Gem Drop" is based on an arcade game for the
NeoGeo system called "Magical Drop III" by SNK.

If you're familiar with games like Jewels, Klax, Bust-A-Move or Tetris,
this game is similar to them all. I consider it closest to Klax.
Some people have compared it to "Tetris meets Space Invaders."

WWW: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/gemdropx/
1998-04-27T04:36:16+00:00 games/xchain Chain Reaction, a strategy game for 2-4 players
Chain Reaction is played on an 8 by 8 board. Players take turns to move.
On each move, the player may select an empty square, or one they already
own. Squares belonging to other players may not be chosen. If the square
was unowned, it becomes the property of the player, and is given a value of
1. If the square was owned by the player, the value is incremented.

If the value of a square ever exceeds the maximum permitted of that
square, it explodes. Squares in the corner have a maximum of 1, squares
touching an edge, but not on a corner have a maximum of 2, and squares in
the interior have a maximum of 3.

When a square explodes, it becomes unowned, and it's value is reset to
0. The 4 squares touching it become owned by the owner of the exploding
square, and their values are incremented. If any of these are above their
maximum, they explode, giving rise to the chain reaction.

If, at the end of a move, any of the players have no squares, they are
dead, and get no more turns. When there is only one person left, they are
the winner.
1998-04-27T03:51:05+00:00 games/3dpong X Window 3D Pong game for 1 or 2 players
3D Pong is an X Window game for 1 or 2 players. It's a 3D game based
on the first arcade game, "Pong." Like "Pong," it's a game played with
a ball and paddles. The object is to hit the ball and get it in the
other player's goal. Use your paddle to deflect the ball and keep it
from getting in your goal.

WWW: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/3dpong/
1998-04-26T03:55:22+00:00 math/metis4 Package for unstructured graph partitioning
METIS is a set of serial programs for partitioning graphs,
partitioning finite element meshes, and producing fill-reducing
orderings for sparse matrices. The algorithms implemented in METIS are
based on the multilevel recursive-bisection, multilevel k-way, and
multi-constraint partitioning schemes developed in our lab.

METIS provides high-quality partitions, is extremely fast, and
produces low-fill orderings.

WWW: http://glaros.dtc.umn.edu/gkhome/metis/metis/overview
1998-04-26T03:55:22+00:00 math/metis Package for unstructured graph partitioning
METIS is a set of serial programs for partitioning graphs,
partitioning finite element meshes, and producing fill-reducing
orderings for sparse matrices. The algorithms implemented in METIS are
based on the multilevel recursive-bisection, multilevel k-way, and
multi-constraint partitioning schemes developed in our lab.

METIS provides high-quality partitions, is extremely fast, and
produces low-fill orderings.

WWW: http://glaros.dtc.umn.edu/gkhome/metis/metis/overview
1998-04-26T03:25:11+00:00 math/eval Full featured floating point expression evaluator
Eval is a full featured floating point expression evaluator that
can assign variables, has many built-in functions and constants, allows
input and output in any number base, and uses a C-like syntax for
expression evaluation. Full ANSI C source is included and easily
portable to other platforms.
Author: Will Menninger

This version comes with readline support.
1998-04-25T16:04:09+00:00 japanese/mendexk-sjis
The program mendex is a index formatter for Japanese, has
the compatibility with makeindex.

The mendex installed using this package supports SJIS code.

- Makoto WATANABE
watanabe@zlab.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp
1998-04-25T16:02:01+00:00 japanese/mendexk-euc Index formatter for Japanese
The program mendex is a index formatter for Japanese, has
the compatibility with makeindex.
1998-04-24T13:35:03+00:00 net/radiusd-cistron RADIUS-compliant remote authentication and accounting server
This is the Cistron RADIUS daemon. Radiusd is a daemon that handles
remote authentication requests and accounting for RADIUS clients. The
clients may be terminal servers, Network Access Servers or other
RADIUS servers.
1998-04-24T05:36:24+00:00 x11-clocks/t3d Clock using flying balls to display the time
Time 3D is a clock. It uses flying balls to display the time. These
balls move and wobble around to give you the impression your
graphic workstation with its many XStones is doing something.
--
t3d source is under GPL but not its appearance -- read the manual for details.

WWW: http://bernd-paysan.de/
1998-04-24T02:33:35+00:00 audio/splaytk Tk based interface for splay
This is a Tcl/Tk interface to `splay' audio player.
1998-04-24T02:08:54+00:00 games/xothello Othello aka Reversi game for X Window
Othello aka Reversi game for X Window.
1998-04-24T01:54:53+00:00 games/xjumpjump Logical game for X Window System
The game is played on a table which contains 21 fields. The
fields have a value of 0 to 9 at the begining of the game.
The player can jump on the table one field right/left/up/down.
If the player jumps on a field, the value of the field gets
decreased by 1. The player cannot jump on a field with a value
of 0. The purpose of the game is setting all the fields to 0.
1998-04-22T20:41:01+00:00 mail/emil Mail format/encoding converter
Emil is a filter for converting Internet Messages. It supports
three basic formats: MIME, SUN Mailtool and RFC822. It can be
used with sendmail, as a loopback mailer, as a prefilter or
backend program with a mail client program, or as a plain
filter. Conversion can be configured by a configuration file,
emil.cf, using sender, recipient and recipient host as input
parameters or by command line arguments.

Emil is able to:
- convert the format, headers and structure, between messages of type
MIME, Sun Mailtool and RFC822.
- convert the encoding of binary data between Base64, BinHex and Uuencode.
- convert the encoding of text to and from the MIME encoding Quoted-Printable.
- convert character set of text between the character sets made
available by Keld J. Simonsens strncnv package.
- do one-way conversions of 8bit text to the Swedish national variant of
ISO-646 or to US-ASCII.
- convert to and from RFC1522 format headers.
1998-04-22T16:51:58+00:00 textproc/urlview URL extractor/launcher
urlview is a screen oriented program for extracting URLs from
text files and displaying a menu from which you may launch a
command to view a specific item.

urlview uses a regular expression to extract URLs from the
specified text files.

WWW: https://github.com/sigpipe/urlview
1998-04-22T14:19:09+00:00 japanese/kappa20 X11 20-dot Kanji font 'Kappa20dot + ayu font'
Japanese 20 dot fonts(`Kappa20dot + ayu font').

You can use:
k20(g)[mb] mincho/gothic (JIS X 0208)
('m' for medium mincho, 'b' for bold mincho,
'g' for gothic style)
10x20(g)[mb] ascii (ISO-8859-1(Latin 1))
10x20(g)rk[mb] kana (JIS X 0201)
10x20L[239][mb] ISO 8859-[239] (Latin [239])
ipa-10x20[mb] Mule IPA fonts
vk20[mb] k20[mb] modified for vertical writings

Italic(slanted) fonts are available with 'i' postfix.

An example usage:
% kterm -fn a20m -fb a20b -fr r10m -frb a20b -fk k20m -fkb k20b -lsp 3
or in your Xresources file:
KTerm*VT100*fontList: -kappa-fixed-medium-r-normal--20-*
KTerm*VT100*boldFontList: -kappa-fixed-bold-r-normal--20-*

WWW: http://khdd.net/20dot.fonts/
http://x-tt.sourceforge.jp/ayu.html
1998-04-22T14:07:51+00:00 misc/xquote A quote retrieval tool for X
This is a port of Xquote, a quote retrieval program that allows you
to retrieve stock, mutual fund, and currency quotes from your favorite
quote spouting website.

- Ian
ian@broken.net
1998-04-22T14:07:51+00:00 finance/xquote A quote retrieval tool for X
This is a port of Xquote, a quote retrieval program that allows you
to retrieve stock, mutual fund, and currency quotes from your favorite
quote spouting website.

WWW: http://xinvest.sunsite.dk/xquote.html
1998-04-21T15:10:50+00:00 japanese/ndtpd Server for accessing CD-ROM books with NDTP
NDTPD is a server for accessing CD-ROM books with NDTP (Network
Dictionary Transfer Protocol) on TCP. You can replace dserver with
NDTPD. NDTPD can run on UNIX derived systems. It supports CD-ROM
books of EB, EBG, EBXA, EBXA-C, S-EBXA and EPWING formats. CD-ROM
books of those formats are popular in Japan. Since CD-ROM books
themseves are stands on the ISO 9660 format, you can mount the discs
by the same way as other ISO 9660 discs.

-- Motoyuki Kasahara <m-kasahr@sra.co.jp>

In addition, you must follow the licenses of your CD-ROM books.
Though NDTPD is free software, your books may not be free. Don't
open your books to unlicensed hosts nor users.

You can get information about NDTPD from their website.
WWW: http://www.sra.co.jp/people/m-kasahr/ndtpd/

-- Kazu TAKAMUNE <takamune2004@yahoo.co.jp>
1998-04-21T15:10:50+00:00 japanese/ebnetd Servers for accessing CD-ROM books via TCP/IP
This EBNETD distribution contains three server commands: ebnetd, ndtpd
and ebhttpd. They are servers for accessing CD-ROM book on remote host
via TCP/IP.

ebnetd: ebnetd is a server of EBNET protocol which is designed to
communicate with EB Library. For more details about EB
Library.

ndtpd: ndtpd is an NDTP (Network Dictionary Transfer Protocol)
server. The first implementation of the NDTP esrver is
`dserver'. ndtpd has upper compatibility with dserver-2.2.

ebhttpd: ebhttpd is a WWW (World Wide Web) server. It supprts HTTP/1.0
and HTTP/1.1 (Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 1.0 and 1.1).

The servers support CD-ROM books of EB, EBG, EBXA, EBXA-C, S-EBXA and
EPWING formats. The servers can run as a standalone daemons by
default, but can also run as children of `inetd'.

In addition, you must follow the licenses of your CD-ROM books. Though
EBNETD is free software, your books may not be free. Don't open your
books to unlicensed hosts nor users.
1998-04-21T15:08:13+00:00 japanese/bookview NDTP client written in Tcl/Tk
BookView is a NDTP (Network Dictionary Transfer Protocol) client
written in Tcl/Tk. It requires Tcl/Tk 8.3 or later or 8.0jp (`jp'
means `Japanized version'). BookView can talk to NDTPD and dserver.

You can get information about BookView from their website.

WWW: http://www.sra.co.jp/people/m-kasahr/bookview/
1998-04-20T02:09:56+00:00 misc/gone Terminal locking utility with many improvements over lock(1)
Gone is a utility that locks a terminal with a password chosen by the user.
Gone will prompt the user for a password (unless the -p option is given,
then gone will use the system password), then print the gone banner, then drop
into the gone shell. From this shell, only a restricted set of commands can be
run. Gone will also disallow messages by removing permissions on the parent
tty. After the timeout period (10 minutes by default), gone will
automatically log the user out.

-Joe
marcus@marcuscom.com
1998-04-20T01:57:34+00:00 ftp/spegla Mirror program for FTP sites (written in C)
Spegla is a mirror program for FTP sites. It was written because the author
couldn't find any fast mirroring program for big mirrors. It makes a
complete mirror of a FTP area.
1998-04-19T21:35:22+00:00 games/xkoules Fast action arcade-style game for X Window
Koules is a fast action arcade-style game for X. This version
works in fine (up to 900x620) resolution with cool 256 color
graphics, multiplayer mode up to 5 players, full sound and, of
course, network support. Koules is an original idea. First
version of Koules was developed from scratch by Jan Hubicka in
July 1995.

WWW: http://www.ucw.cz/~hubicka/koules/English/koules.html
1998-04-19T06:02:26+00:00 x11/xmove Pseudoserver to support mobile X11 clients
xmove is a pseudoserver (much like lbx) which allows you to move
X-Clients between different displays, or even suspend and resume them.
1998-04-19T05:14:17+00:00 editors/cooledit Suite of utilities, including a GUI editor
Cooledit is a suite of programs consisting of the following:
- cooledit - a GUI based editor which allows you to call external programs
(for instance LaTeX on a LaTeX file)
- smalledit - a stripped down version of cooledit
- coolman - a man page browser
1998-04-18T08:58:02+00:00 databases/tkgnats Graphical frontend for the free bug-tracking system
TkGnats is a graphical frontend for the free bug tracking system GNATS.

For more information about tkgnats and gnats

http://www.cuug.ab.ca:8001/~macdonal/tkgnats.html
http://www.cyclic.com/cyclic-pages/gnats.html

A windows95, NT and MAC version of tkgnats is also available, see

http://www.cuug.ab.ca:8001/~macdonal/tkgnats.html

WWW: http://www.cuug.ab.ca/~macdonal/tkgnats.html
1998-04-18T02:04:44+00:00 irc/bitchx Feature-rich scriptable IRC client
BitchX is an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client by Colten Edwards aka
panasync@EFnet, it is based on its predecessors ircII and Epic.

BitchX was originally started as a script by Trench and HappyCrappy for
the popular Unix IRC client ircII. Around Christmas of 1994 the script
was patched directly into the client by Colten Edwards.

BitchX includes features which make it a bot, bouncer, and a friendly
IRC client at the same time.

BitchX is one the most popular IRC clients among Unix systems. It is
highly customizable and capable of running scripts, so it can be used
as an IRC bot too.

WWW: http://www.bitchx.org/
1998-04-17T21:52:20+00:00 lang/intercal C-INTERCAL compiler, ick, and supporting libraries
A compiler for the INTERCAL language, which has a syntax and
feature set differing considerably from all other programming
languages. This is the C-INTERCAL compiler, which compiles
INTERCAL to C, and then invokes cc as a backend, much like the
"f2c" Fortran compiler.

WWW: http://www.catb.org/~esr/intercal/
1998-04-17T21:27:32+00:00 astro/saoimage Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory image utility for X
SAOimage (pronounced S-A-0-image) displays astronomical images in the X11
window environment. It was written by Mike Van Hilst while he was at the
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) in 1990 and is now maintained by
Doug Mink also at the SAO.

Online help and documentation are on the webpage.

Image files can be read directly, or image data may be passed through a
named pipe (Unix) or a mailbox (VMS) from IRAF display tasks. SAOimage
provides a large selection of options for zooming, panning, scaling,
coloring, pixel readback, display blinking, and region specification. User
interactions are generally performed with the mouse, but keyboard
alternatives are often available.

The SAOimage desktop includes, a main image display window, a button menu
panel, a display magnifier, a pan and zoom reference image, and a color bar.
A color table graph window can be brought up by clicking on the color bar.

WWW: http://tdc-www.harvard.edu/software/saoimage/
1998-04-17T20:57:29+00:00 devel/p5-ReadLine-Perl Perl 5 module for Term::ReadLine editing without GNU readline
Perl 5 ships with a module called Term::ReadLine which is an interface
to command line editing and recall. The version that ships with Perl
is only a stub, and offers little functionality.

This module supplants the Term::ReadLine stubs with real command line
editing and recall facilities, written entirely in Perl. Applications
that use Term::ReadLine do not need to be modified to gain the benefits
of this package; it will happen transparently upon installation.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Term-ReadLine-Perl/
1998-04-17T19:16:19+00:00 devel/p5-ReadLine-Gnu Allow Term::ReadLine to use GNU readline
Perl 5 ships with a module called Term::ReadLine which is an interface
to command line editing and recall. The version that ships with Perl
is only a stub, and offers little functionality.

This module supplements Term::ReadLine so that it uses GNU readline,
which comes with FreeBSD. Applications that use Term::ReadLine do
not need to be modified to gain the benefits of this package; it will
happen transparently upon installation.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Term-ReadLine-Gnu/
1998-04-13T00:09:29+00:00 lang/TenDRA A portable BSD-licensed compiler suite
TenDRA* is an optimizing C/C++ compiler, developed by the United
Kingdom Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA).

A primary focus of the compiler is portability through conformance
to standard APIs (ANSI, ISO, POSIX1, POSIX2, XPG3, XPG4, SVID3,
UNIX95, among others).

The compiler has strong static checking capabilities, including the
ability to check programs for conformance to APIs which are not
directly supported by system headers.

-----
* TenDRA is a registered trademark of the UK Defence Evaluation
and Research Agency.

WWW: http://www.ten15.org/
1998-04-11T15:07:05+00:00 net/SSLtelnet SSL enhanced telnet/telnetd
This program suports both certification and cryptogoraphic with using SSL.

If you do not have certification (/etc/ssl/certs/telnet.pem) provided
by CA, this port make dummy certification. Of cource it is useless to certify
but you can use SSL telnet/telnetd in encryption only mode with it.

You must edit /etc/inetd.conf to make SSL telnetd available. Some examples
below:

1. Accept both normal telnet client and SSL telnet client.

telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/telnetd telnetd

2. Accpet only SSL encrypted client.

telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/telnetd telnetd -z secure

3. Accept only SSL certificated client.

telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/telnetd telnetd -a valid
1998-04-11T13:51:42+00:00 graphics/p5-chart A perl5 interface to build chart graphics
This module is an attempt to build a general purpose graphing module
that is easily modified and expanded. I borrowed most of the API from
Martien Verbruggen's GIFgraph module. I liked most of GIFgraph, but I
thought it was to difficult to modify, and it was missing a few things
that I needed, most notably legends. So I decided to write a new module
from scratch, and I've designed it from the bottom up to be easy to
modify. Like GIFgraph, Chart::* uses Lincoln Stein's GD module for all
of its graphics primitives calls.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Chart/
1998-04-11T13:51:42+00:00 graphics/p5-Chart Perl5 interface to build chart graphics
This module is an attempt to build a general purpose graphing module
that is easily modified and expanded. I borrowed most of the API from
Martien Verbruggen's GIFgraph module. I liked most of GIFgraph, but I
thought it was to difficult to modify, and it was missing a few things
that I needed, most notably legends. So I decided to write a new module
from scratch, and I've designed it from the bottom up to be easy to
modify. Like GIFgraph, Chart::* uses Lincoln Stein's GD module for all
of its graphics primitives calls.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Chart
1998-04-10T05:00:51+00:00 math/xgfe An X11 front-end for Gnuplot
An X11-based front-end for Gnuplot, written in C++ with the
Qt library.
1998-04-09T08:51:42+00:00 math/xmgr
xmgr is an XY plotting tool for workstations or X-terminals using X. A few of
its features are:

* User defined scaling, tick marks, labels, symbols, line styles, colors.
* Batch mode for unattended plotting.
* Read and write parameters used during a session.
* Polynomial regression, splines, running averages, DFT/FFT,
cross/auto-correlation.
* Hardcopy support for PostScript, HP-GL, and FrameMaker .mif format.

While xmgr has a convenient point-and-click interface, most parameter settings
and operations are available through a command line interface (found in
Data/Commands).
1998-04-09T08:13:33+00:00 x11/libhelp
Libhelp is a comprehensive hypertext-help-system for OSF/Motif(tm)
applications which uses the html widget from NCSA Mosaic(tm)
version 2.4. The help browser provides hypertext links, different
fonts, inlined images and a lot of more elements known from www
(world wide web) browsers. It has a document history and
implements buffer and image cache methods.

Libhelp provides two interface functions for getting help and
setting resources. It eases the task of writing the application
help. Menu and context sensitive help are supported. Lowlevel
Motif and X stuff is hidden from the application developer (and of
course the user too). Libhelp works with (at least) ansi-c and c++
applications.
1998-04-08T13:28:21+00:00 x11-toolkits/xbae Motif-based widget which displays a grid of cells as a spreadsheet
The XbaeMatrix is a Motif-based widget which displays a grid of cells
in the same manner as a spreadsheet. The cell array is scrollable,
editable, and otherwise reasonably configurable in appearance. Each
cell usually displays text, but pixmaps can also be displayed (not
editeable). The XbaeMatrix looks to some extent like a grid of
XmTextField widgets, but is actually implemented with a single
XmTextField. This means a big performance improvement due to less
overhead.

WWW: http://xbae.sourceforge.net/
1998-04-04T04:58:26+00:00 net/sniffit Packet sniffer program. For educational use
Sniffit is a network sniffer for TCP/UDP/ICMP packets.

Sniffit produces very detailed technical details about the packets flowing
through your network (SEQ, ACK, TTL, Window, ...) and also packet contents
in different formats (hex or plain text, ...)

WWW-404: http://reptile.rug.ac.be/~coder/sniffit/sniffit.html
FAQ-404: http://reptile.rug.ac.be/~coder/sniffit/sniffit-FAQ.html
or http://reptile.rug.ac.be/~wvdputte/sniffit_addicts_anonymous/
1998-04-02T03:56:43+00:00 games/xskewb Skewb puzzle (similar to Rubik's Cube) for X Window
Xskewb is a puzzle similar in nature to the famous Rubik's Cube.
Its variations on the inspiration include using 5 blocks per side,
including a large distinct diamond block, and optionally requiring
correct block "orientation". This is similar to other puzzles
such as the "Creative Puzzle Ball", "Meffert's Challenge", and Disney's
"Mickey's Challenge". The original design was by Uwe Meffert
("Pyraminx Cube") and coined Skewb by Douglas Hofstadter.

By building from the source and editing its Imakefile before the
``build'' phase, you may be able to use Motif or LessTif with this port.

WWW: http://www.tux.org/~bagleyd/puzzles.html
1998-03-28T15:22:39+00:00 games/icbm3d Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles, 3D
ICBM3D ("Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles, 3D") is a 3D game of defense.

Like the original "Missile Command" and its clones, this game places you in
control of Anti-ICBM weapons which you use to destroy an onslaught of
missiles (and other nasties) which are dropping onto your nation.

The game ends when your cities have all been destroyed. You only gain
replacement cities by acheiving certain score thresholds during each attack
(level).

The main difference between this game and Missile Command is that ICBM3D,
as the name suggests, provides a 3D perspective. You take advantage of
X-Window's 3-button mouse to control your firing sight ("cross-hair")
in 3-dimensions, and change your viewpoint.

WWW: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/icbm3d/
1998-03-28T15:14:44+00:00 x11-wm/lwm Lightweight window manager
lwm is a window manager for X that tries to keep out of your
face. There are no icons, no button bars, no icon docks, no root
menus, no nothing...

It's a tiny (less than 30k shared binary) and fast window manager.

WWW: http://www.jfc.org.uk/software/lwm.html
1998-03-28T15:06:34+00:00 print/mgv A PostScript and PDF previewer
Mgv is a Motif-based PostScript and PDF previewer based on Tim
Theisen's ghostview-1.5. Mgv uses the Motif widget set, but the
author claims full Lesstif-compliance.
1998-03-28T14:58:20+00:00 news/unpost Extract binary files from multi-segment uuencoded postings
UNPOST is a tool designed primarily to extract binaries from USENET
binaries postings such as those made to alt.binaries.pictures.misc
and comp.binaries.ibm.pc. As well as extracting binaries from USENET
postings, UNPOST can extract binaries from multi-segment uuencoded
mailings as well, however, to simplify this documentation only
USENET article postings will be discussed. The principles are the
same for multi-segment mailings.
1998-03-28T08:20:32+00:00 www/transproxy Transparent HTTP proxy for ipfw's fwd rule or IPFILTER's ipnat command
transproxy - transparently proxy HTTP requests.

This program is used with ipfw's fwd rules or Darren Reed's IPFILTER
package, and is used to intercept HTTP requests and divert them to a
HTTP proxy server (eg: squid), without requiring user intervention or
configuration.

It accepts connections on the redirected port, connects to the real proxy
server, and transports data between the two sockets. The original HTTP
request is modified to allow the HTTP proxy server to fetch the correct
document. In most cases this doesn't cause any DNS activity.

Unlike some other transparent proxy solutions, this does not require the
HTTP proxy server to run on the machine itself.

See /usr/local/sbin/tproxyrun for an example of how to add filter rules
and start tproxy. Also see /usr/local/sbin/tproxywatch for an example of
how to ensure that tproxy keeps running regardless of faults.

WWW: http://transproxy.sourceforge.net/
1998-03-27T14:29:37+00:00 x11-fm/workplace File manager and launcher
WorkPlace is a file manager and launcher which can copy files between another
instance of itself by drag-and-drop (not supported in this version) or change
permissions with one click.

If you try to set preferences, the program is likely to crash, either on exit
or immediately, possibly destroying your preference files. I recommend
manually editing the WPPref and WPSuffix examples, then placing them in your
~/.workplace/.

Trevor Johnson
1998-03-27T14:07:10+00:00 games/xvier Throw stones into free columns
Xvier is a board game where you and the computer alternately throw
stones into free columns. The stones pile up in the columns, and the
goal is to get four stones in a row, in a column or diagonally.
You can choose various board sizes and levels of difficulty.
1998-03-27T12:26:47+00:00 benchmarks/nbench BYTE Magazine's native benchmarks
This is a Linux/Unix port of release 2 of BYTE Magazine's BYTEmark benchmark
program (previously known as BYTE's Native Mode Benchmarks). It is designed
to expose the capabilities of a system's CPU, FPU, and memory system.

WWW: http://www.math.utah.edu/~mayer/linux/bmark.html
1998-03-27T12:08:01+00:00 games/seabattle Curses based battleship type game
A curses based battleship type game. Sink the computer's fleet.
Full color and 8bit sound.

WWW: http://www.deater.net/weave/vmwprod/seabattle.html
1998-03-27T11:56:47+00:00 misc/deco Demos Commander, a free Norton Commander clone
A clone of Norton Commander for Unix. Text-based,
full featured file manager intuitive interface.

WWW: http://deco.sourceforge.net/
1998-03-27T10:51:23+00:00 lang/ptoc ANSI/Turbo Pascal to C/C++ converter
This is yet another ANSI/Turbo Pascal to C/C++ converter together
with BGI graphics library emulation for X Window System.

Converter recognizes Pascal dialects which are compatible with
Turbo Pascal 4.0/5.0 and ISO Pascal standard - IEC 7185:1990(E)
(including conformant arrays). Now it is tuned for Oregon Pascal-2
V2.1 which has few extensions to standard Pascal.

Converter can produce both C++ and C output.

Now PTOC recognizes Turbo Pascal's extensions, such as units,
strings, some special types and operations. Turbo Pascal
extensions are supported only for C++ language.

Also emulation libraries of Borland Graphics Interface (BGI) for
X Window System included in this distribution (BGI emulators can
be also used without converter for C programs using BGI).

WWW: http://www.garret.ru/~knizhnik/
1998-03-27T10:31:48+00:00 deskutils/teapot Full-screen curses based spread sheet program
This is teapot (Table Editor And Planner, Or: Teapot), a new spread sheet
program for UNIX.

The current release has the following features:

o curses based user interface with easy to understand menues
o portable sheet file format uses XDR or ASCII format
o tbl, LaTeX, HTML, CSV or formatted text files can be generated and
simple SC and WK1 sheets can be imported
o typed expression evaluator with the types int, float, string, error,
pointer to cell and empty
o iterative expressions
o powerful cell addressing
o three-dimensional sheets
o new expression evaluator functions can be added very easy
o English, Dutch or German builtin messages or X/OPEN message catalogues
o a user guide, available as pdf and html
o It is still a small and simple program!

NOTE: the GUI interface is not yet supported on FreeBSD

WWW: http://www.syntax-k.de/projekte/teapot
1998-03-27T10:09:58+00:00 games/xvmines Simple minesweeper game for X Window System
XVmines is a simple minesweeper game for X Window System.

xvmines creates a rectangle on the screen, divided into equally sized
cells. Each cell may contain a mine (hence the name xvmines), contain a
number indicating the number of mines present in the 8-neighboring cells
or be empty.

Initially, all cells are covered with tiles. A tile can be removed,
uncovering the cell below, by clicking the left mouse button on it. In
addition, a cell can be marked as containing a mine by clicking the
right mouse button on it. Note however that marking a cell as containing
a mine does not necessarily mean that the cell really contains a mine!

Clicking the middle mouse button on a tile, marks it with a question
mark, acting as a reminder mechanism. The user can use the numbers in
the uncovered cells to find (or sometimes guess ...) which cells contain
mines and which do not.

A game ends when all cells not containing mines have been uncovered and
all cells containing mines have been marked, or when a cell containing a
mine is uncovered.
1998-03-25T14:10:28+00:00 textproc/dsssl-docbook-modular DSSSL stylesheets for the DocBook DTD by Norman Walsh
These are DSSSL stylesheets for the DocBook DTD by Norm Walsh. Use them
in conjunction with a DSSSL processor (such as jade) to convert documents
marked up as DocBook to RTF, HTML and TeX.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/docbook/
1998-03-21T04:45:39+00:00 japanese/netscape48-communicator Netscape web-surfboard with Japanese resources
This is the netscape web-surfboard.
Please read the file `/usr/local/lib/netscape/LICENSE'
for the licensing terms.

This port's explanation (written in Japanese):
WWW: http://home.jp.freebsd.org/~sada/ports/netscape.html

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-03-21T04:45:39+00:00 japanese/netscape4-navigator
1998-03-21T04:45:39+00:00 japanese/netscape4-communicator
This is the netscape web-surfboard.
Please read the file `/usr/local/lib/netscape/LICENSE'
for the licensing terms.

This port's explanation (written in Japanese):
WWW: http://home.jp.freebsd.org/~sada/ports/netscape.html

- SADA Kenji
sada@FreeBSD.ORG
1998-03-17T02:13:27+00:00 sysutils/cfengine3 A systems administration tool for networks
Cfengine is an automated suite of programs for configuring and
maintaining Unix-like computers. It has been used on computing arrays
of between 1 and 20,000 computers since 1993 by a wide range of
organizations. Cfengine is supported by active research and was the
first autonomic, hands-free management system for Unix-like operating
systems. Cfengine is an autonomic maintenance system not merely a
change management roll-out tool. Cfengine has a history of security
and adaptability.

WWW: http://www.cfengine.org/
1998-03-17T02:13:27+00:00 sysutils/cfengine3-legacy A systems administration tool for networks
Cfengine is an automated suite of programs for configuring and
maintaining Unix-like computers. It has been used on computing arrays
of between 1 and 20,000 computers since 1993 by a wide range of
organizations. Cfengine is supported by active research and was the
first autonomic, hands-free management system for Unix-like operating
systems. Cfengine is an autonomic maintenance system not merely a
change management roll-out tool. Cfengine has a history of security
and adaptability.

WWW: http://www.cfengine.org/
1998-03-17T02:13:27+00:00 sysutils/cfengine2 A systems administration tool for networks
Cfengine, or the configuration engine is an agent/software robot and a
very high level language for building expert systems to administrate
and configure large computer networks. Cfengine uses the idea of
classes and a primitive form of intelligence to define and automate
the configuration and maintenance of system state, for small to huge
configurations. Cfengine is designed to be a part of a computer immune
system.

WWW: http://www.cfengine.org/
1998-03-17T02:13:27+00:00 sysutils/cfengine
Cfengine, or the configuration engine is an agent/software robot and a
very high level language for building expert systems to administrate
and configure large computer networks. Cfengine uses the idea of
classes and a primitive form of intelligence to define and automate
the configuration and maintenance of system state, for small to huge
configurations. Cfengine is designed to be a part of a computer immune
system.

WWW: http://www.cfengine.org/
1998-03-17T01:22:26+00:00 www/hypermail Program to generate a cross-referenced HTML mail archive
Hypermail is a program that takes a file of mail messages in UNIX mailbox
format and generates a set of cross-referenced HTML documents. Each file that
is created represents a separate message in the mail archive and contains
links to other articles, so that the entire archive can be browsed in a
number of ways by following links. Archives generated by Hypermail can be
incrementally updated, and Hypermail is set by default to only update
archives when changes are detected.

WWW: http://www.landfield.com/hypermail/
1998-03-16T22:30:19+00:00 ftp/ftpfind Find directory or file on FTP server
ftpfind - find directory&file on a ftp server

usage: /usr/local/bin/ftpfind URL [-proxy proxy_server] \
[-login login_name] [-password password] \
[-regexp pattern] [-type d|f|l] [-ls] [-print] \
[-delete|-get [directory] [-new] [-resume] \
|-put [directory] [-new] \
|-chmod 0???]
1998-03-16T14:08:19+00:00 editors/le Text editor with block and binary operations
LE has many block operations with stream and rectangular blocks, can edit
both Unix and DOS style files (LF/CRLF), is binary clean, has hex mode,
can edit text with multi-byte character encoding, has full undo/redo, can
edit files and mmap-able devices in mmap shared mode (only replace), has
tunable syntax highlighting, tunable color scheme (can use default colors),
tunable key map.

WWW: http://freshmeat.net/projects/leeditor/
1998-03-16T13:29:07+00:00 misc/xd Yet another dump utility
Xd is yet another dump utility. Xd has additional features different
from hexdump(1), such as big endian, little endian, and PDP format
inputs or binary outout.
1998-03-16T06:57:14+00:00 biology/povchem Simple yet powerful tool to generate POV from a PDB file
PovChem is a powerful tool to generate a POV format file from a PDB entry.
It supports CPK, Ball-n-Stick and Cylinder model. You could adjust a lot
of parameters to get a good molecuar graphic.

The document could be found at
http://www.chemicalgraphics.com/paul/Manual.html

WWW: http://www.chemicalgraphics.com/paul/PovChem.html
1998-03-16T03:45:05+00:00 devel/crossm68k
This port is a shell for building the m68kgdb, m68kbinutils, m68kgcc and
m68knewlib ports in the proper sequence. Compilers for C and C++ are
generated; Objective-C is not currently supported.

The previous port used Cygnus's crosstree script and patches. This version
does not, since they have not released these items for more recent versions
of the binutils, gcc, and newlib releases. The compiler, debugger, and
binutils are stock GNU items, with newlib from Cygnus.

The new versions provide many desirable features and add support for other
processors as well, which we needed for our own work. It has been tested
with production code on one project, written in C. The C++ compiler has
been lightly tested on one trivial program. Feedback please!

The release versions installed are:
gdb-4.17, binutils-2.9.2, gcc-2.8.1, newlib-1.8.1

This port is considered a development version, since some people are still
using the 2.7.2.3 based crossm68k.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jerry Hicks
jhicks@glenatl.glenayre.com July 8, 1998
1998-03-16T03:24:32+00:00 devel/gdb-m68k
GNU Debugger can be built to debug programs from architectures other
than its host.

With this port you can use gdb on FreeBSD to debug binaries produced by a
cross-development environment targetting Motorola 68K processors using
COFF binary format.

--
Jerry Hicks
jhicks@glenatl.glenayre.com
1998-03-15T20:38:42+00:00 games/xnibbles A simple X11 snake game, like one seen in MS-DOS qbasic
XNibbles is a game for X11R6. It is conceptually based on
the nibbles program that came with qbasic for MS-DOS and was
in turn very similar to the game RunRound found on some XTs.

Nibbles is actually written in C++, and shares no code
with qbasic nibbles. For those of you who have played the
game before, you can attest to the fact that it is extremely
fun and addictive.

The goal of the game is to work your way through the levels,
which become harder and harder. You do this by running
your snake over the blue diamonds. For every 10 diamonds you
acquire, you move up one level. Other diamonds will increase
your length, give you an extra life, or give you points.

The authors of XNibbles are Ian Peters (ipeters@acm.org),
and Sean MacIsaac (sjm@acm.org).

XNibbles is under the GNU Public License.
1998-03-15T20:32:47+00:00 games/xlaby Daemonic X Labyrinth played directly with the mouse pointer
X Labyrinth is a labyrinth game under X11 that is played
directly with the mouse pointer: the walls block the pointer's
movement on the screen.

The goal of the game is to retrieve the four colored squares:
to retrieve a square, it is sufficient to move the pointer over
it, and it will disappear. However, to make things more
infuriating, the squares have to be taken in the following
order: red, yellow, green and blue. When the blue square is
obtained, the game is won.

WWW: http://www.eleves.ens.fr:8080/home/madore/programs/#prog_xlaby
1998-03-15T20:26:07+00:00 mail/sigrot Util to rotate your mail/news signature
Sigrot is a small program for signature rotation. It keeps a file with your
favorite signatures and puts a random one in your signature each time you
run it. You can also specify a standard part of your signature which will
not change, ie. your name or PGP key.
1998-03-15T20:18:01+00:00 devel/p5-File-Sync Perl5 module interface to the UNIX sync(2) and POSIX.1b fsync(2)
File::Sync provides Perl interfaces to the Unix sync(2) and POSIX.1b
fsync(2) system calls. The fsync() call is needed for putting messages into
qmail maildirs, and sync() is included for completeness.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/File-Sync
1998-03-15T20:08:43+00:00 net/p5-Net-Telnet Perl5 module to access and use telnet protocol
Description
-----------

Net::Telnet allows you to make client connections to a TCP port
and do network I/O, especially with a port using the TELNET
protocol. Simple I/O methods such as print, get, and getline are
provided. More sophisticated interactive features are provided
because connecting to a TELNET port ultimately means communicating
with a program designed for human interaction. Some interactive
features include the ability to specify a timeout and to wait for
patterns to appear in the input stream, such as the prompt from a
command interpreter.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Net-Telnet
1998-03-15T17:11:24+00:00 games/xtruco Simple version for X Window of the famous card game Super Truco
This is XTruco - simple version for X Windows
of the famous card game named Super Truco.
1998-03-14T11:41:26+00:00 games/tank 3-D network tank game that uses OpenGL/Mesa
This is an 3-D network play tank battle game for UNIX/X with Mesa or OpenGL.
It is similar to the old "Battle Zone" arcade game and the game "Spectre"
for the Mac. You drive a tank through a 3-D rendered world, dodging and
fighting all the other tanks. You can have either robotic opponents
(computer controlled), human opponents across a network, or a combination
of the two. A variety of features (fog/night vision conditions, heads
up display, etc.) make game play varied and more interesting.

This program was written as a final project for a computer graphics
course, and was originally developed under Linux.

WWW: http://step.polymtl.ca/~coyote/graphics_tank.html
1998-03-13T09:32:01+00:00 games/xquarto X version of simple but tricky board game
Xquarto is a board game designed for the X windows environment.
The game is a two-player game, although for the moment, it is only
possible to play against the computer. The board is composed of
4x4 squares and 16 pieces. Each piece has four properties: black
or brown, horizontal or vertical, solid or hollow, round or
square. This makes up 16 possible combinations and there is
exactly one piece for each possibility.

Initially the board is empty. Now the two players try to place
out pieces in a way that the opponent has to complete a row,
column or diagonal with a common property (e.g. all black). This
makes the opponent lose. The players do not choose what piece to
put but it is rather player 1 who gives a piece to player 2, who
then has to place this piece somewhere and choose a piece for
player 1 to put somewhere etc.


WWW: http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/~mattiasj/games/xquarto/
1998-03-12T16:05:02+00:00 japanese/skkinput3 SKK-like Japanese input method for X11
Skkinput is an input method for X11 applications that want Japanese
text input.

A client that wants kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to skkinput. Skkinput receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends converted text back to the client.

From version 3.0, skkinput becomes an emacs-lisp like interpreter,
and uses skk.el in skk-8.6 as an conversion engine.

WWW: http://sourceforge.jp/projects/skkinput3/
1998-03-12T16:05:02+00:00 japanese/skkinput SKK-like Japanese input method for X11
Skkinput is an input method for X11 applications that want Japanese
text input.

A client that wants kana-kanji conversion service for Japanese text
sends a request to skkinput. Skkinput receives the request, does
kana-kanji conversion, and sends converted text back to the client.

WWW: http://skkinput2.sourceforge.jp/
1998-03-12T15:42:43+00:00 japanese/k10 X11 10-dot Kanji font 'naga10 font'
Japanese 10 dot font named `naga10'.

You can use 'k10' as an alias for knj10.pcf.gz, and 'a10' for 5x10a.pcf.gz.
For detail description, please read the 'README'

A simple usage:
% kterm -fn a10 -fr r10 -fk k10 -km euc

WWW: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA013391/fonts/#naga10
1998-03-09T13:05:01+00:00 deskutils/xmdiary Personal and group calendar utility
From xdiary's man page:

XDiary is your personal organizer that combines the
functions of a desktop calendar, an appointment book and
an alarm clock. XDiary will help you keep track of your
meetings, appointments and plan your time.

-mi
1998-03-08T04:46:20+00:00 ftp/omi "mirror" subtrees of FTP servers
What Is omi?
============

It is a software to "mirror" subtrees of FTP servers. It
can be used to make a one-time mirror, and it can be used
to update a mirror regularly (for example using cron).
1998-03-07T15:31:55+00:00 palm/kpilot Hotsync software for KDE
A hotsync client for KDE which integrates with KDE's personal information
management.

WWW: http://www.slac.com/pilone/kpilot_home/
1998-03-05T03:37:26+00:00 lang/glibstdc++28 ISO Standard C++ library (includes the STL) for G++ 2.8.0
This is the ISO Standard C++ library (includes the STL) for G++ 2.8.x,
the latest release of the GNU C++ compiler suite.
It is a port for now, until its stableness is proven.

This version of libstdc++ compiles SGI's offical reference implimentation of
the STL.

-- David O'Brien <obrien@NUXI.com>
1998-03-02T19:11:49+00:00 www/checkbot WWW link verifier, similar to momspider
Checkbot -- a WWW link verifier

Checkbot is a perl5 script which can verify links within a region of
the World Wide Web. It checks all pages within an identified region,
and all links within that region. After checking all links within the
region, it will also check all links which point outside of the
region, and then stop.

Checkbot regularly writes reports on its findings, including all
servers found in the region, and all links with problems on those
servers.

Checkbot was written originally to check a number of servers at
once. This has implied some design decisions, so you might want to
keep that in mind when making suggestions. Speaking of which, be sure
to check the TODO file for things which have been suggested for
Checkbot.

WWW: http://degraaff.org/checkbot/
1998-03-02T10:35:04+00:00 security/bro System for detecting network intruders in real-time
Bro is an open-source, Unix-based Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS)
that passively monitors network traffic and looks for suspicious activity.
Bro detects intrusions by first parsing network traffic to extract its
application-level semantics and then executing event-oriented analyzers that
compare the activity with patterns deemed troublesome. Its analysis includes
detection of specific attacks (including those defined by signatures, but
also those defined in terms of events) and unusual activities (e.g., certain
hosts connecting to certain services, or patterns of failed connection
attempts).

Bro is documented in the USENIX 1998 Security Conference proceedings.

WWW: https://www.bro.org/
1998-03-02T01:00:56+00:00 misc/ytree DOS-XTREE(tm) look-a-like file manager
Ytree is a nifty file manager similar to xtree.

With some helper-applications (zip/zoo/tar etc.) you can also browse
archive files. Viewers for "special" files are configurable (*.wav,
*.gif etc.).

WWW: http://www.han.de/~werner/ytree.html
1998-03-01T18:11:29+00:00 net/dnswalk DNS debugger - requests a zone transfer and analyzes the result
dnswalk is a DNS debugger. It performs zone transfers of specified
domains, and checks the database in numerous ways for internal
consistency, as well as accuracy.

Author: David Barr <barr@cis.ohio-state.edu>
WWW: http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/~barr/dnswalk/
1998-03-01T18:11:29+00:00 dns/dnswalk DNS debugger - requests a zone transfer and analyzes the result
dnswalk is a DNS debugger. It performs zone transfers of specified
domains, and checks the database in numerous ways for internal
consistency, as well as accuracy.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/dnswalk/
1998-03-01T01:58:52+00:00 mail/smtpd Obtuse smtpd/smtpfwdd, part of the Juniper firewall toolkit
The smtpd daemon talks the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) with other
SMTP daemons to receive mail from them, and saves it into a spool directory
for later processing. It is the store portion of an SMTP store and forward
proxy. The symbiotic companion program smtpfwdd is used to forward the
spooled mail on to its eventual destination.

smtpd is invoked from a super-server such as inetd or juniperd.

Access control rules based on the connecting host, and the smtp envelope are
supported. It contains some powerful features for stopping inbound or
outbound SPAM.

WWW: http://www.obtuse.com/
1998-03-01T00:44:59+00:00 graphics/sane
SANE is a universal scanner interface. The value of such a universal
interface is that it allows writing just one driver per image acquisition
device rather than one driver for each device and application. So, if you
have three applications and four devices, traditionally you'd have had to
write 12 different programs. With SANE, this number is reduced to seven:
the three applications plus the four drivers. Of course, the savings get
even bigger as more and more drivers and/or applications are added.

WWW: http://www.mostang.com/sane/
1998-03-01T00:44:59+00:00 graphics/sane-frontends Tools for access to scanners, digitals camera, frame grabbers etc
SANE ("Scanner Access Now Easy") is a universal scanner interface.
The value of such a universal interface is that it allows writing
just one driver per image acquisition device rather than one driver
for each device and application. So, if you have three applications
and four devices, traditionally you'd have had to write 12 different
programs. With SANE, this number is reduced to seven: the three
applications plus the four drivers. Of course, the savings get even
bigger as more and more drivers and/or applications are added.

sane-frontends contains frontends to SANE including xscanimage and
xcam. Xscanimage is a GTK-based application for scanning images that
can also be used as a GIMP-plugin, and Xcam is used to get images
from cameras supported by SANE.

WWW: http://www.sane-project.org/
1998-03-01T00:44:59+00:00 graphics/sane-backends API for access to scanners, digitals camera, frame grabbers etc
SANE ("Scanner Access Now Easy") is a universal scanner interface.
The value of such a universal interface is that it allows writing
just one driver per image acquisition device rather than one driver
for each device and application. So, if you have three applications
and four devices, traditionally you'd have had to write 12 different
programs. With SANE, this number is reduced to seven: the three
applications plus the four drivers. Of course, the savings get even
bigger as more and more drivers and/or applications are added.

sane-backends contains documentation, several backends, scanimage
command line frontend, and networking support. For other/graphical
frontends take a look at sane-frontends and/or xsane.

WWW: http://www.sane-project.org/
1998-02-28T23:29:19+00:00 japanese/xklock
X key lock in the Japanese language.
1998-02-28T05:19:01+00:00 japanese/vftool Virtual font kit (n2a,a2n,a2bk,p2pn)
This kit is for making virtual font using in dvi2ps, dvipsk or dvi2dvi.

This port provides virtual fonts with tartget of following 4
targets(n2a, a2n, a2bk, p2pn):

n2a virtual font for transform from dvi file of NTT JTeX to ASCII
Japanese TeX.
a2n virtual font for transform from dvi file of ASCII Japanese TeX to
NTT JTeX.
a2bk virtual font for transform from dvi file of ASCII Japanese TeX to
dvi file using printer-builtin mono space Kanji fonts.
p2pn virtual font for transform from dvi file of pTeX to NTT JTeX.

If you make use of Japanese "Takegaki" style in pTeX or pLaTeX2e, you must be
installed this port before installing dvi2ps.
1998-02-28T03:41:46+00:00 japanese/xnetmaj A mahhjong game for X
a mahhjong game for X
1998-02-28T03:38:33+00:00 math/siag Scheme-based "office" for X and curses. Sexy interface using Xaw3d
SIAG (Scheme In A Grid)
=======================
Siag Office is a free office package for Unix, including word processor,
spreadsheet and presentation graphics. It is a bundling of the
spreadsheet SIAG, the word processor PW, and the animation program Egon.

The motto: "It sucks less!"

Includes tsiag (the spreadsheet), that works with ncurses library for
X-impaired.

The nice thing about it (besides the use of Scheme) is that all of the
sexiness of the interface is achieved with Xaw3d -- no monsters like Qt
or GTk.

WWW: http://www.siag.nu/
1998-02-26T02:56:00+00:00 net/vnc Display X and Win32 desktops on remote X/Win32/Java displays
VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote
display system which allows you to view a computing 'desktop'
environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from
anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine
architectures.

WWW: http://www.realvnc.com/
1998-02-25T16:46:25+00:00 sysutils/upsd APC Smart UPS Monitoring Daemon
upsd is a daemon with flexible configuration which lets you to
shutdown your system properly when source power line fails and
measure its frequency, voltage etc
1998-02-25T01:23:01+00:00 textproc/dict Dictionary Server Protocol (RFC2229) client
The Dictionary Server Protocol (DICT) is a TCP transaction based query/response
protocol that allows a client to access dictionary definitions from a set of
natural language dictionary databases.

RFC 2229 describes the DICT client/server protocol.

dict is a client which can access DICT servers from the command line.

WWW: http://www.dict.org/
WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dict/
1998-02-24T20:28:17+00:00 net/sendfile Simple Asynchronous File Transfer Reference Implementation
SAFT (Simple Asynchronous File Transfer) is a new Internet protocol for
sending files and messages asynchronously. This is useful, because you don't
have to log on to the receiving site to do it. You simply tell the
sendfile program a file name and where to send it:
"sendfile your_file user@somedomain" (Of course there are options).

The package includes: A sendfile client (which sends files), a sendmsg
client (which sends messages), a receive client (which copies files from
the local sendfile spool to the recipient's current directory) and a
sendfiled server (which receives files and messages and stores them in the
local sendfile spool).

NOTE: If you wish to use fetchfile (which is an optional extension to
sendfile,) you need to have pgp installed, too.
1998-02-23T20:19:55+00:00 japanese/pgp.language Japanese language module for PGP
Japanese language module for PGP 2.6.3ia.

This package depends on original PGP 2.6.3ia (International version),
and replaces some distributed files.
(config.txt is modified, language.txt is replaced.)
1998-02-23T20:06:31+00:00 japanese/ebw3 Access to Japanese EPWING or Electric-Book based CD-ROM via HTTP
Access to Japanese EPWING or Electric-Book based CD-ROM via HTTP.

* It can be browsable from any GUI based Web client (NS, Mosaic ...)
on any Web terminal (WS, PC, Mac ...).

* External-letters("GAIJI") are extracted as in-line image.

* References in the dictionary are clickable.

* Images and audio-data(pronunciations, etc.) access via browsers.

* It supports dictionaries based upon Japanese standard ONLY.

In use of this programs, you have to check the agreement of your
CD-ROM dictionary for the network usage.
1998-02-23T19:55:07+00:00 games/blackjack One of the better implementations of blackjack, based on QT
Blackjack is an X-windows based version of the casino game. The
program is used to help learn the basic strategy of the game of
blackjack. The help level can be set from a mode that tells you
each correct move to make, to one that only warns you by a pop up
window if you make a "bad" play. Betting limits, number of decks,
number of splits, and shuffle point can be set. This program uses
the Qt toolkit.
1998-02-21T21:24:41+00:00 emulators/frodo Emulates a Commodore 64
Frodo is a freeware C64 emulator for BeOS, Unix, MacOS, AmigaOS, Win32
and RiscOS systems and the world's first C64 emulator not bearing a
"64" in its name. :-) (No, it has absolutely nothing to do with
frodo.hiof.no, that's a pure coincidence.)

Frodo was developed to reproduce the graphics of games and demos
better than the existing C64 emulators. Therefore Frodo has relatively
high system requirements: It should only be run on systems with at
least a PowerPC/Pentium/68060. But on the other hand, Frodo can
display raster effects correctly that only result in a flickering mess
with other emulators.

Frodo comes in three flavours: The "normal" Frodo with a line-based
emulation, the improved line-based emulation "Frodo PC", and the
single-cycle emulation Frodo SC that is slower but far more
compatible.

In addition to a precise 6510/VIC emulation, Frodo features a
processor-level 1541 emulation that is even able to handle about 95%
of all fast loaders. There is also a faster 1541 emulation for four
drives in .d64/x64 disk images, .t64/LYNX archives, or directories of
the host system.

WWW: https://frodo.cebix.net/
1998-02-21T15:09:22+00:00 graphics/kdegraphics4 Graphics utilities for KDE 4 (meta port)
This meta-port installs the graphics and image manipulation components
of KDE 4.

WWW: http://www.kde.org
1998-02-21T15:09:22+00:00 graphics/kdegraphics3 Graphics utilities for the KDE3 integrated X11 desktop
KDE provides an integrated X11 based environment, much like CDE.
This particular port installs the graphics and image manipulation
components of KDE3.

WWW: http://www.kde.org/
1998-02-21T15:09:22+00:00 graphics/kdegraphics2
KDE provides an integrated X11 based environment, much like CDE.
1998-02-21T15:09:22+00:00 graphics/kdegraphics11
KDE provides an integrated X11 based environment, much like CDE.
1998-02-20T09:31:39+00:00 games/xbomb Minesweeper with a couple of grid types
A program that looks superficially like the minesweeper program that
comes supplied with MS Windows (and is also available in other
versions). Runs under X Windows on the UNIX operating system.

Features
--------
There are a number of features that make this version different from
the others available (that I have seen).

3 Grid Tile options
Hexagonal - Easy (the endgame can be difficult).
Square - Traditional.
Triangular - Difficult.

3 Grid sizes
Small - 8x8 with 10 bombs
Medium - 16x16 with 40 bombs
Large - 30x16 with 99 bombs

Highscore table
10 entries for the fastest times for each of the 3 levels of
each of the 3 grid shapes.

WWW: http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/xbomb/
1998-02-20T08:04:08+00:00 textproc/tth TeX to HTML translator
TTH translates TeX source that uses the Plain macro package, or
LaTeX, into a near equivalent in HTML. It is extremely fast and
completely portable. It produces web documents that are more compact
and managable, and faster-viewing, than those from other converters,
because it really translates the equations, instead of converting them
into images.

WWW: http://hutchinson.belmont.ma.us/tth/
1998-02-20T05:47:02+00:00 games/ladder The old "ladder" game
A port of the old and known "ladder" game.
1998-02-20T04:37:31+00:00 print/mpage Print multiple pages per sheet of paper
Mpage is a program to reduce and print multiple pages of text per
sheet on a PostScript compatible printer.
It also has limited functionality to do the same with postscript files itself.

Mpage and all the files distributed with mpage are covered by copyright:

Copyright (c) 1994-1997 Marcel J.E. Mol, The Netherlands
Copyright (c) 1988 Mark P. Hahn, Herndon, Virginia
1998-02-20T02:31:23+00:00 graphics/fbm Fuzzy Pixmap Manipulation utilities
Adapted from the README: the FBM collection provides a complete package for
manipulating and converting images, including 24-bit RGB, 8-bit color, 8-bit
grayscale, and 1-bit bitmaps. This is a partial list of the commands:
fbclean Flip isolated pixels (clean image)
fbconv Arbitrary convolutions
fbedge Compute derivative image (edge detection)
fbext Extract region, resize, change aspect ratio
fbgamma Gamma correct grayscale or color image for display
fbhalf Halftone grayscale image (Blue noise, Floyd-Steinberg, etc)
fbhist Compute histogram
fbmask Set region to gray value
fbmedian Median filter 3x3 regions
fbnorm Normalize image intensity / increase contrast
fbquant Color quantization (24-bit to 8..256 colors) Mod. Heckbert
fbrot Rotate 90, 180, or 270 degrees
fbthin Thin 1-bit images
fbsharp Sharpen (edge enhancement) by digital Laplacian
idiff (and udiff) convert raw byte stream into byte difference
pbmtitle Add a title to a PBM file
The FBM utilities handle these image formats: native FBM, UseNet Facesaver, raw
(e.g. Amiga Digiview), Targa, Sun rasterfile with 32 byte header, Aldus TIFF,
Poskanzer PBM format for 1-bit files, CompuServe GIF, JPEG JFIF, Utah RLE, Amiga
IFF (except HAM mode), PC PaintBrush PCX, and Bennet Yee's 1-bit Face files.
Amiga HAM, Diablo graphics, and PostScript output is available.
1998-02-19T12:01:21+00:00 games/xscavenger Lode Runner clone for X11
Scavenger is like Lode Runner. You've got to run around gathering
objects while avoiding enemies. You can dig down through some of the
blocks to get at buried objects. After you've collected everything,
ladders may appear. To finish the level you've got to exit through the
top of the screen. If an enemy falls into a dug brick, he is stunned for
a while. If the brick fills in with him in it, he is killed, and he will
reappear at the top of the screen.

This version has a level editor for designing your own levels, and a
graphics editor for drawing your own artwork.

WWW: http://www.linuxmotors.com/scavenger/
1998-02-18T20:53:44+00:00 graphics/gplot Graphic utilities for the processing of CGM metafiles

GPLOT is a graphics utility program, designed for the processing of CGM
metafiles produced by DI3000, DISSPLA, DRAWCGM and NCARGKS. Source code
for GPLOT is avilable to other sites, so that graphics created at
PSC can be processed locally.

Note that the current version of GPLOT is able to recognize NCAR CGM
metafiles created on the Cray, and automatically carry out the byte-swapping
necessary to properly interpret such files. In other words, you should no
longer have to worry about running the NCARFIX program on your file before
using GPLOT.

Graphics images produced by GPLOT can be combined with TEX formatted
text by the GTEX program. See PSCDOC:GTEX.DOC and TEX.DOC.

To report problems with GPLOT, or to request new output capabilities,
please contact PSC User Services.

COPYRIGHT
gplot is copyrighted by the Pittsburgh Supercomputing
Center.
1998-02-18T04:21:08+00:00 multimedia/ppm2fli Utilities to merge PPM files into animated FLI and backwards
PPM2FLI can read directly PPM,PGM,PBM and FBM files. If necessary it
performs a quantization. The filters of the NETPBM, PBMPLUS and FBM package
can be used as read filters. Together with one of this packages
a large number of image formats can be handled.

UNFLICK writes images in PPM or FBM format.

In contrast to FBM2FLI no additional package is required to build
PPM2FLI and UNFLICK. So it can be used without any of the above mentioned
packages, if another source of PPM,PGM,PBM or FBM images is available.
For example, PS images can be animated using ghostscript.

The current version is call `beta' because some parts are relative new
and not totally tested. I made tests on SUN sparc-stations (various versions
of SUN-OS), on PC running LINUX and under MSDOS using the DJGPP DOS-extender.
In all cases the GCC compiler was used. Under MSDOS I used a modified
makefile. Anyway, in some environments changes in the makefile are necessary.

WWW: http://vento.pi.tu-berlin.de/ppm2fli/main.html
1998-02-18T04:21:08+00:00 graphics/ppm2fli Utilities to merge PPM files into animated FLI and backwards
PPM2FLI can read directly PPM,PGM,PBM and FBM files. If necessary it
performs a quantization. The filters of the NETPBM, PBMPLUS and FBM package
can be used as read filters. Together with one of this packages
a large number of image formats can be handled.

UNFLICK writes images in PPM or FBM format.

In contrast to FBM2FLI no additional package is required to build
PPM2FLI and UNFLICK. So it can be used without any of the above mentioned
packages, if another source of PPM,PGM,PBM or FBM images is available.
For example, PS images can be animated using ghostscript.

The current version is call `beta' because some parts are relative new
and not totally tested. I made tests on SUN sparc-stations (various versions
of SUN-OS), on PC running LINUX and under MSDOS using the DJGPP DOS-extender.
In all cases the GCC compiler was used. Under MSDOS I used a modified
makefile. Anyway, in some environments changes in the makefile are necessary.

-- Klaus Ehrenfried (klaus@es.go.dlr.de)

WWW: http://vento.pi.tu-berlin.de/ppm2fli/main.html
1998-02-16T15:25:05+00:00 net/pppload Display the current throughput of a network device in a window
This is a port of pppload, in which the current throughput of a network
device is displayed in a x-window. Any network device whose statistics
can be accessed through netstat can be displayed in a nicely colored graph.
1998-02-15T17:03:38+00:00 games/xbloody Knife on X
Xbloody is a toy program for X. If you cut X with the knife, blood drops.
If you want recover, use xrefresh command.

See README.sjis for details. The README are only in Japanese for now,
but it is easy to use none the less..

Orignal xbloody written by emoto@hyperware.co.jp .
This port is done by kazu@jp.freebsd.org .
1998-02-14T18:13:09+00:00 print/gp A GUI Printer manager written with Tcl/Tk
GP (GUI Printer) is a printing tool on X-Window with Tcl/Tk
interactively without any attention to the filetypes or the
printernames in the printcap.

Using a PostScript printer on GP, you have to name the
printer "ps" in the printcap.

To change the printer information or the associated printer
with filetypes, edit the following two files:

/usr/local/lib/GP/printer
/usr/local/lib/GP/filetype

For more information, see the files in the
"/usr/local/share/doc/GP" directory.

Written by UEDA Hiroyuki (hueda@kamome.or.jp),
KAMOME Internet, JAPAN
1998-02-14T04:10:33+00:00 security/nbaudit NetBIOS Auditing Tool / Security Kit
NetBIOS Auditing Tool / Security Kit

The intention of this package is to perform various security checks on
remote servers running NetBIOS file sharing services.
nat will attempt to retrieve all information available from the remote
server, and attempt to access any services provided by the server.
1998-02-13T18:08:30+00:00 games/xlines Remove as many balls from board as you can
XLines is an old game of balls where your goal is to remove
as many balls from the game field as you can.

I cannot claim the copyright on the idea of this game so
all requests should go somewhere else.

If you need more information or have any questions you can
contact me at:

e-mail: genie@ucsd.com or genie@risq.belcaf.minsk.by

ICQ UIN: 4096585
1998-02-13T17:39:02+00:00 ftp/proftpd Highly configurable FTP daemon
ProFTPD is a highly configurable ftp daemon for Unix
and Unix-like operating systems. ProFTPD is designed
to be somewhat of a "drop-in" replacement for wu-ftpd
with a configuration format like Apache.

Full online documentation is available at
http://www.proftpd.org/, including a server
configuration directive reference manual.

WWW: http://www.proftpd.org/
1998-02-13T17:39:02+00:00 ftp/proftpd-devel Highly configurable ftp daemon
ProFTPD is a highly configurable ftp daemon for unix
and unix-like operating systems. ProFTPD is designed
to be somewhat of a "drop-in" replacement for wu-ftpd
with a configuration format like Apache.

Full online documentation is available at
http://www.proftpd.org/, including a server
configuration directive reference manual.

WWW: http://www.proftpd.org/
1998-02-13T08:18:04+00:00 games/xdemineur Another minesweeper game for the X Window System
Xdemineur is a minesweeper game for the X Window System.

The object of this game is to find the location of the mines
hidden in the minefield and to mark their location by placing a
warning flag. You have exactly as many flags as there are mines.
The number of flags that remain to be placed is displayed in the
top left corner of the window and a timer is displayed in the top
right corner.
1998-02-12T17:30:29+00:00 textproc/catdoc MS Word/Excel converter to plain ASCII or TeX. TK viewer included
This is a program for viewing RTF and MS Word 97 documents. It produces
plain text output and can optionally convert some non-standard characters
into TeX control sequences. It has rudimentary table handling in TeX
mode. Also included are:
- wordview, a small GUI frontend to catdoc that works with Tcl/Tk 7.6 and up;
- xls2csv, which converts Excel spreadsheets to plain text files with CSV
(comma-separated value) lines; and
- catppt, which extracts text from PowerPoint files.

WWW: http://www.wagner.pp.ru/~vitus/software/catdoc/
1998-02-12T08:11:09+00:00 games/xmemory Multi-player memory game
XMemory is a multi player memory game. It can be played simultaneously on
several X Displays, which have to be listed on the command-line. Like in
the traditional memory game, the players have to find similar tiles on the
table to get the tiles. The main difference to this game is, that the
players really play simultaneous and therefor the whole game gets
some kind of an action game.
1998-02-11T07:42:14+00:00 devel/cweb Literate programming tools for the C language
This is an adaptation of Donald Knuth's WEB system of
literate programming for the C language.
1998-02-11T03:31:31+00:00 www/netscape4-communicator.us
This is the Linux version of the netscape web-surfboard with strong
encryption.
Please read the file "/usr/local/lib/netscape.us/LICENSE" for the licensing
terms.

Note: If Java applets fail to display. Type this as root:
cd /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc
/usr/X11R6/bin/mkfontdir
chmod 444 fonts.dir
And then exit and restart your X server.
1998-02-10T07:05:14+00:00 x11-toolkits/v C++ GUI development framework for X11 and Microsoft Windows
V is a C++ GUI and application development framework for X-windows and
Microsoft Windows. It allows you to develop GUI applications that are
source-code compatible under X11 and Microsoft Windows 3.x/95, that have
the same look-and-feel under both environments. It does not require any
special X toolkits or Windows DLL's to be installed (it uses the standard
toolkits on both environments).

Full documentation, many code examples, and the V toolkit for Windows
systems is available at the V web site:

WWW: http://vgui.sourceforge.net/
1998-02-10T03:05:05+00:00 emulators/xmame UNIX/X11 port of the Multi Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME)
XMAME is an arcade game machine emulator for UNIX/X11. It will emulate
the hardware, video, sound, and other services, of many classic arcade
game machines.

As of this release, XMAME supports an incredible 2843 arcade games, and
the number grows every day! A partial list of the (more popular and
well-known) games currently supported by this emulator include:

PacMan, Ms. PacMan, Jr. PacMan, Super PacMan, Dig Dug, Star Trek, Galaga,
Space Invaders, Tempest, Frogger, Mr. Do!, Battle Zone, Missile Command,
Gyruss, Kangaroo, Moon Patrol, Phoenix, Q*Bert, Rally X, Robotron,
Star Wars, Zaxxon, Bubble Bobble, Snow Bros, ... you get the idea.

To run these games, however, you will need images of the ROM chips that
are used on these games. If you actually have one of these games (or the
motherboard to one of them), and access to a ROM burner, it is a fairly
trivial process to make ROM image files for use with XMAME. If you DON'T
have access to a ROM burner, or you don't own one of these video games
(and you are aware of the possible legal ramifications of doing this),
you can obtain ROM images for XMAME on the Net.
1998-02-09T08:10:58+00:00 games/xsok A generic Sokoban game for X11
xsok is a generalization of the standard Sokoban game.
All original Sokoban levels may be played with xsok (again, using the same
format for the level definition files). Some levels of a similar MSDOS game,
Cyberbox, may be played also.
1998-02-09T08:09:36+00:00 graphics/cqcam Color Quickcam control program
cqcam - Color Quickcam (PC/Parallel) control program

Features:
* Automatic brightness and color adjustments
* Batchable output for webcams
* Support for "millions" (24bpp) and "billions" (32bpp) modes
* Nearly lossless on-the-fly despeckling (removal of the "Christmas
lights" effect)
* X11 front-end with optional GTK+, XView, or Tk support and Floyd
dithering for 8bpp displays
* Support for images up to 640x480
* 24-bit PPM or JPEG output
* Streaming output for use as a continuous-feed webcam

cqcam supports the Color Quickcam and Color Quickcam 2. It does not support
B&W Quickcams, the Quickclip, the VC, or the new Quickcam Home.

WWW: http://www.cs.duke.edu/~reynolds/cqcam/
1998-02-08T20:02:51+00:00 net/cnet Networking simulator
cnet is a networking simulator which enables experimentation with
various data-link layer, network layer, routing and transport layer
networking protocols. It has been specifically developed for, and
used in, undergraduate computer networking courses by thousands of
students since 1991.

WWW: http://www.csse.uwa.edu.au/cnet/
1998-02-04T12:15:46+00:00 print/xtem Tcl/Tk-based development menu (environment?) for TeX
xtem - TeX menu for the X Window System

xtem is an X11 program that makes it easy to use TeX (incl.
editing, previewing, printer selection, printing, spell checking
etc.) with a minimum of unix knowledge and no knowledge of the
specific installation.

Syntax help to the LaTeX commands (including complete examples)
are presented during editing.

xtem runs on workstations (and X-terminals) running the X Window
System and Tcl/Tk/TclX.

The user may easily select and save his preferences (such as
editor, previewer etc.).

Buttons, help texts, etc. can be set to the user's preferred
language. At the moment the following languages are already
available: English and German (Others can be added "easily" by
editing the helpfiles accordingly).

Peter Cornelius <pc@akk.uni-karlsruhe.de>

WWW: http://ftp.iwd.uni-bremen.de/xtem/xtem_texmenu.html
1998-02-04T08:37:51+00:00 graphics/graphviz Graph Visualization Software from AT&T and Bell Labs
Graph Visualization Software from AT&T Laboratories and
Bell Laboratories (Lucent Technologies)

These programs licensed under the terms described in the web page at:
http://www.graphviz.org/License.php

The package contains:
dotty - customizable X windows graph viewer written in the Lefty editor
tcldot - customizable TCL/tk graph viewer written by John Ellson
dot - batch program for drawing directed graphs as hierarchies
neato - batch program for drawing undirected graphs using Kamada-Kawai
spring models

WWW: http://www.graphviz.org/
1998-01-31T21:59:32+00:00 japanese/plan
1998-01-30T06:21:50+00:00 net/nslint Perform consistency checks on DNS zone files
Nslint is a lint program for DNS zone files. It is produced by the
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Network Research Group.

Please send bugs and comments to nslint@ee.lbl.gov.

WWW: http://ee.lbl.gov/ftp.html

- Pete
petef@databits.net
1998-01-30T06:21:50+00:00 dns/nslint Perform consistency checks on DNS zone files
Nslint is a lint program for DNS zone files. It is produced by the
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Network Research Group.

Please send bugs and comments to nslint@ee.lbl.gov.

WWW: http://ee.lbl.gov/ftp.html
1998-01-30T04:53:55+00:00 mail/smtpfeed SMTP Fast Exploding External Deliverer for Sendmail
SMTP feed -- SMTP Fast Exploding External Deliverer for Sendmail

Smtpfeed is a SMTP delivery agent which is called by sendmail, and it
improves required time to complete delivery of copies of a message to
recipients of huge number.

This delay of delivery by sendmail causes by the fact that implementation
of SMTP delivery routine in sendmail processes all delivery in a series.
For this reason, when it takes long time for delivery to one recipient
which is in a huge list, delivery to following recipients is greatly
influenced.

To avoid such a problem, delivery agents should be implemented so that
a delivery is not influenced by preceding delivery: DNS query and
SMTP delivery par destination should be processed in parallel.
Smtpfeed is the SMTP delivery agent for sendmail implemented with this
idea.
1998-01-30T04:52:12+00:00 mail/rblcheck Command-line interface to Paul Vixie's RBL filter
This program is a very basic interface to Paul Vixie's RBL filter. The
basic idea of the filter is that when someone is blacklisted for an email
abuse, a new domain name is resolved in the form of
"a.b.c.d.rbl.maps.vix.com", where "a.b.c.d" is actually the IP address
"d.c.b.a". For example, if the IP address 127.0.0.2 were listed as a
blacklisted address, "2.0.0.127.rbl.maps.vix.com" would have a DNS entry
(this is a real example; that address is in place as a verification
mechanism).

For more information about the RBL blacklist, please take a look at
http://maps.vix.com/rbl/ . For more information about BIND, drop by
http://www.isc.org/bind.html . The official home page for rblcheck is at
http://www.xnet.com/~emarshal/rblcheck/ .

Any ideas, bugfixes, or porting notes should be sent to me at
"emarshal@logic.net". Don't bug the MAPS people about this; they didn't
write it, and probably wouldn't like getting a bunch of mail about it.

WWW: http://rblcheck.sourceforge.net/
1998-01-29T17:24:27+00:00 biology/kinemage A molecular visualization program with special functions
Kinemage is a molecular visualization program. It is very suitable
for educational usage. This program is developed by David C.
Richardson. Kinemage stands for Kinetic Image. The kinemage file
can compose several molecules and descriptions.

WWW: http://www.proteinscience.org/Kinemage/
1998-01-29T16:33:34+00:00 graphics/fli2gif Automatic Flic to animated GIF converter
This little program will take an Autodesk Flic (FLI/FLC) file and convert
all of its frames into sequential images in a GIF89a file, along with a
Netscape application extension animation chunk. This allows you to easily
create animated GIF's that are viewable by Netscape Navigator 2 and
Microsoft Internet Explorer 3 (and above) users.

By using my program, you can use any animation program that can output
Autodesk Flic files. This includes Autodesk Animator, Autodesk Animator
Pro, Autodesk 3D-Studio, and many others. Additionally, there exist
utilities to convert from nearly any other animation format into the
flic format, allowing even more possibilities of animation conversion
without having to resort to saving out individual frames to separate files.

WWW: http://jeff.bovine.net
1998-01-28T11:33:17+00:00 sysutils/rdate Sets the clock of the local host to the time of another host
rdate(8) sets the clock of the local host to the time of another host.

OpenBSD's rdate is a much improved version of the original rdate(8)
by Christos Zoulas. This version not only supports RFC 868,
but also RFC 5905 (NTP, SNTP), which is now used by default.
Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported.
1998-01-28T03:50:52+00:00 sysutils/bkpupsd Simple UPS daemon for APC BK Pro(TM)
bkpupsd - Back-UPS Pro. UPS daemon
----------------------------------

This is a simple uninterruptible power source (UPS) daemon which
supports APC Back-UPS Pro(TM) series. The UPSd works as UPS driver,
sensing line-failures, shutting down the system cleanly, and finally
shutting down the UPS itself. This UPSd provides only the "dumb mode",
and the advanced features are not supported.
1998-01-26T16:27:12+00:00 misc/xdelta Diff/patch utility for binary files
Xdelta provides the ability to generate deltas between a pair
of files and later apply those deltas. It operates similar to
the diff and patch commands, but works on binary files and does
not produce a human readable output.

Xdelta has three subcommands, delta, patch, and info. Delta
accepts two file versions and produces a delta, while patch
accepts the original file version and delta and produces the
second version.

WWW: https://github.com/jmacd/xdelta
1998-01-25T22:29:34+00:00 games/xtris Multi-player version of a popular game for the X Window system
xtris is a version of an classical popular game, for any number of
players, for the X Window system.

xtris is a true client/server game (as opposed to a centralized game
managing multiple displays), which makes it particularily responsive and
bandwith-effective.
1998-01-24T16:50:42+00:00 print/freetype2 Free and portable TrueType font rendering engine
FreeType is a freely available software library to render fonts.

It is written in C, designed to be small, efficient, highly customizable,
and portable while capable of producing high-quality output (glyph images)
of most vector and bitmap font formats.

Some products that use FreeType for rendering fonts on screen or on paper,
either exclusively or partially:

WWW: https://www.freetype.org/
1998-01-24T16:50:42+00:00 print/freetype Free and portable TrueType font rendering engine
The FreeType engine is a free and portable TrueType font rendering
engine. It has been developed to provide TT support to a great
variety of platforms and environments.

Notice that FreeType is a *library*. It is *not* a font server
for your preferred environment, even though it was designed to
allow the design of many font servers.

WWW: https://www.freetype.org/
1998-01-21T07:05:20+00:00 devel/patch GNU patch utility
The patch program takes a patch file containing a difference
listing produced by the diff program and applies those
differences to one or more original files, producing patched
versions.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/patch/patch.html
1998-01-17T15:10:42+00:00 japanese/magicpoint An X11-based presentation tool, configured with vflib support
1998-01-17T15:09:16+00:00 misc/magicpoint X11-based presentation tool
MagicPoint - an X11 based presentation tool

MagicPoint is an X11 based presentation tool. It is designed to make
simple presentations easy while to make complicated presentations
possible. Its presentation file (whose suffix is typically .mgp) is
just text so that you can create presentation files quickly with your
favorite editor (e.g. Emacs).

For more information, see /usr/local/share/doc/mgp/*.
Sample files are located in /usr/local/share/doc/mgp/sample.
It's a good idea to preview a sample file before installation.
% ./mgp tutorial.mgp
1998-01-16T10:15:14+00:00 lang/gcc28 GNU Compiler Collection 2.8
C++ support, and in particular template support, is vastly improved over
gcc-2.7. G++ 2.8.1 also compiles SGI's offical reference implimentation
of the STL.

Beware: This port installs new versions of "gcc", "g++", and so forth
into the "${PREFIX}/bin" directory. Mind your PATHs if you don't want
to use this compiler by default. However, "cc" and "c++" will not
be hidden by this port.

-- David O'Brien <obrien@NUXI.com>
1998-01-15T23:26:30+00:00 irc/tkirc A GUI for the ircII Internet Relay Chat client
Tkirc is a frontend for unix's ircII (shell-client for the Internet
Relay Chat) based on Tcl/Tk. If you know how to use ircII, you should
not have any problems using tkirc.

See /usr/local/share/doc/tkirc/README for more information.

Also, copy /usr/local/share/doc/tkirc/examples/.tkirc2 to $HOME.

WWW: http://www.netsplit.de/tkirc2/index.html
1998-01-15T06:44:50+00:00 irc/ircd-hybrid Fast irc daemon with a number of new features
A port of the ircd-hybrid IRC daemon.

ircd-hybrid includes a number of improvements over a standard
ircd-2.8 server, including compressed server<->server links, chanmode
+e, TS5 support, IPv6 support for libGeoIP

WWW: http://www.ircd-hybrid.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc48 GNU Compiler Collection 4.8
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C, C++, and Fortran front ends as gcc48, g++48, and
gfortran48, respectively.

WWW: https://gcc.gnu.org

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc47 GNU Compiler Collection 4.7
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C, C++, and Fortran front ends as gcc47, g++47, and
gfortran47, respectively.

WWW: https://gcc.gnu.org

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc46 GNU Compiler Collection 4.6
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C, C++, and Fortran front ends as gcc46, g++46, and
gfortran46, respectively.

WWW: https://gcc.gnu.org

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc45 GNU Compiler Collection 4.5
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C, C++, Fortran and Java front ends as gcc45, g++45,
gfortran45, and gcj45, respectively.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc44 GNU Compiler Collection 4.4
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C, C++, and Fortran front ends as gcc44, g++44, and
gfortran44 respectively.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc43 GNU Compiler Collection 4.3
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C and C++ front ends as gcc43 and g++43, respectively.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc42 GNU Compiler Collection 4.2
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port installs the C and C++ front ends as gcc42 and g++42, respectively.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc41 GNU Compiler Collection 4.1
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes C, C++, Objective-C, and Java.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc41, g++41, gcj41, and
so forth into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc40 GNU Compiler Collection 4.0
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes C, C++, and Objective-C.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc40, g++40, and
so forth into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc35 GNU Compiler Collection 3.5
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, gcj, and gfortran.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc35, g++35, gcj35,
and gfortran35 into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc34 GNU Compiler Collection 3.4
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, and g77.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc34, g++34, and g77-34
into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc33 GNU Compiler Collection 3.3
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, and g77.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc33, g++33,
and g77-33 into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc32 GNU Compiler Collection 3.2.3
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, gcj, and g77.

This port installs the various front ends as gcc32, g++32, gcj32,
and g77-32 into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/

- Gerald Pfeifer
gerald@FreeBSD.org
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc31 GNU Compiler Collection 3.1
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, g77, and gcj.

Beware: This port installs new versions of "gcc", "g++", "c++" and
so forth into the "${PREFIX}/bin" directory. Mind your PATHs if you
don't want to use this compiler by default.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc30 GNU Compiler Collection 3.0.
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++, g77, and gcj.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc295 GNU Compiler Collection
GCC (the GNU Compiler Collection) version 2.95 contains many improvements
and features not found in the gcc-2.7.2 and gcc-2.8.1 compilers.
C++ support is vastly improved, in particular template support is worlds
above that of gcc-2.7.2.

For more details, see <http://gcc.gnu.org/>.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc Meta-port for the default version of the GNU Compiler Collection
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This
port pulls in the default version of GCC in the Ports Collection, and
defines symlinks called gcc, g++, and gfortran.

WWW: https://gcc.gnu.org

Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc-ooo GNU Compiler Collection for OpenOffice.org
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection includes gcc, g++
for OpenOffice.org compilation

This port installs the various front ends as gcc-ooo, and g++-ooo
into the ${PREFIX}/bin directory.

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/gcc-devel
Egcs (pronounced "eggs") is an enhanced version of the GNU compiler
suite, including gcc, g++, and g77. Egcs is based on a recent
snapshot of the gcc-2.8 development sources; it contains nearly
all of the new features found in gcc-2.8. Egcs also contains many
improvements and features not found in gcc-2.7 and even the soon to be
released gcc-2.8 compilers. C++ support, and in particular template
support, is vastly improved over gcc-2.7.

For more details, see <http://www.cygnus.com/egcs/>.

Beware: This port installs new versions of "gcc", "g++", "c++" and
so forth into the "${PREFIX}/bin" directory. Mind your PATHs if you
don't want to use this compiler by default.

- John Polstra <jdp@polstra.com>

WWW: http://egcs.cygnus.com/
1998-01-10T21:40:10+00:00 lang/egcs EGCS enhanced version of the GNU compiler suite
Egcs (pronounced "eggs") is an enhanced version of the GNU compiler
suite, including gcc, g++, and g77. Egcs is based on a recent
snapshot of the gcc-2.8 development sources; it contains nearly
all of the new features found in gcc-2.8. Egcs also contains many
improvements and features not found in gcc-2.7 and even the soon to be
released gcc-2.8 compilers. C++ support, and in particular template
support, is vastly improved over gcc-2.7.

Beware: This port installs new versions of "gcc", "g++", "c++" and
so forth into the "${PREFIX}/bin" directory. Mind your PATHs if you
don't want to use this compiler by default.

- John Polstra <jdp@polstra.com>

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
1998-01-09T23:23:58+00:00 security/skip Stateless IP layer security and encryption from Sun Microsystems
This is from http://skip.incog.com:

SKIP - Simple Key management for Internet Protocols
IP-Level Cryptography
Secure every application with one protocol

SKIP secures the network at the IP packet level. Any networked
application gains the benefits of encryption, without requiring
modification. SKIP is unique in that an Internet host can send an
encrypted packet to another host without requiring a prior message
exchange to set up a secure channel. SKIP is particularly well-suited
to IP networks, as both are stateless protocols. Some of the
advantages of SKIP include:

- No connection setup overhead
- High availability - encryption gateways that fail can reboot and
resume decrypting packets instantly, without having to renegotiate
(potentially thousands) of existing connections
- Allows uni-directional IP (e.g., IP broadcast via satellite or cable)
- Scalable multicast key distribution
- SKIP gateways can be configured in parallel to perform instant-failover

WWW: http://skip.incog.com/
Archie Cobbs <archie@whistle.com>
1998-01-09T14:39:21+00:00 graphics/xfpovray Graphical interface to POV-Ray
xfpovray is a graphical interface to the cool ray tracing program
POV-Ray (http://www.povray.org). It is written with the XForms
library and supports most of the numerous options of POV-Ray. The
interface was developed with POV-Ray version 3.0.

Please read the documentation on POV-Ray before using xfpovray,
especially if you will be using the animation loop or antialiasing.
1998-01-09T04:57:38+00:00 mail/xmail X-based interface to the Berkeley mail program
xmail is an X-based interface to the Berkeley mail program. This
version of xmail depends heavily upon the installation of the
application default resources file for the proper declaration of
features and enhancements documented in the man pages. If the
defaults file or the resource declarations are not installed or in
some manner made accessable to the X11 resource database manager,
xmail will operate in only a minimal fashion.

This version of xmail includes support for decompressing and
displaying the content of an X-Face mail header, if such a header
exists in the message being read. This feature is a compile time
option, and requires the existence of the compface library routines,
which are NOT supplied with the xmail sources. X-Face headers
are compressed bitmap images, typically of the face of the person
owning such a header. The compressed header contains only printable
characters, which allows it to be included in a mail message.
1998-01-05T19:00:31+00:00 net/rtptools Set of tools to record, playback, and monitor RTPv2 data streams
The rtptools distribution consists of a number of small applications that
can be used for processing RTP data.

rtpplay
play back RTP sessions recorded by rtpdump
rtpsend
generate RTP packets from textual description, generated by hand or
rtpdump
rtpdump
parse and print RTP packets, generating output files suitable for
rtpplay and rtpsend
rtptrans
RTP translator between unicast and multicast networks

WWW: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/irt/software/rtptools/
1998-01-05T19:00:31+00:00 mbone/rtptools A set of tools to record, playback and monitor RTPv2 data streams
The rtptools distribution consists of a number of small applications that
can be used for processing RTP data.

rtpplay
play back RTP sessions recorded by rtpdump
rtpsend
generate RTP packets from textual description, generated by hand or
rtpdump
rtpdump
parse and print RTP packets, generating output files suitable for
rtpplay and rtpsend
rtptrans
RTP translator between unicast and multicast networks

WWW: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/irt/software/rtptools/
1998-01-04T22:33:30+00:00 editors/textedit Basic text editor for GNUstep
TextEdit is a relatively basic text editor. It handles plain text or RTF, has a
nice "Wrap to Page" mode, has search/replace functionality, and can display any
file as text.

LICENSE: freely copy, distribute, and reuse the code

WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/backbone/apps.html
1998-01-04T22:31:26+00:00 x11/props The OpenLook props application
The XView properties editor allows the user to customise and
configure many workspace properties (colour, icons, menus,
mouse and localisation).
1998-01-03T12:04:58+00:00 misc/iselect Interactive Selection Tool
iSelect is an interactive line selection tool for ASCII files, operating
via a full-screen Curses-based terminal session. It can be used either as
an user interface frontend controlled by a Bourne-Shell/Perl/Tcl backend
as its control script or in batch mode as a pipeline filter (usually
between grep and the final executing command).

WWW: http://www.ossp.org/pkg/tool/iselect/
1998-01-02T17:09:08+00:00 misc/us-zipcodes USA postal codes
USA postal code. 816KB uncompressed ASCII data.
1998-01-01T22:58:15+00:00 misc/uk-postcodes United Kingdom post codes
United Kingdom post codes. 248K compressed ASCII data.
1998-01-01T22:51:33+00:00 misc/uk-phone United Kingdom phone codes
United Kingdom phone codes. 93K compressed ASCII data.

Obtained from http://www.brainstorm.co.uk/stdcodes.csv