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# 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$"

2000-12-31T15:05:54+00:00 audio/musicbox X11 front-end for mpg123
Music Box is a Qt-based front end to mpg123.

Trevor Johnson
2000-12-31T11:15:43+00:00 security/integrit File integrity verification program
Integrit is an alternative to file integrity verification programs
like tripwire and aide. It helps you determine whether an intruder
has modified a computer system.

WWW: http://integrit.sourceforge.net/texinfo/integrit.html
2000-12-31T10:42:46+00:00 security/outguess Steganographic tool
from the README:

OutGuess is a universal steganographic tool that allows the insertion
of hidden information into the redundant bits of data sources. The
nature of the data source is irrelevant to the core of OutGuess. The
program relies on data specific handlers that will extract redundant
bits and write them back after modification. In this version the PNM
and JPEG image formats are supported.

The histogram utility is not installed by this port/package because
it crashes.

WWW: http://www.outguess.org/
2000-12-31T10:37:43+00:00 security/sst Simple SSL tunneling tool (uses netcat)
Sst can be used to connect to SSL-encrypted network ser-
vices or it can be used as an SSL front-end to network
servers. Sst can be used interactively, or in an inetd
setting, or it can be embedded inside other programs (eg.
Amanda).


One of the main goals of sst is to be as basic as possible
so in most non-embedded cases sst uses netcat to setup the
networking I/O. Sst uses a socketpair(2) pipe to stay in
contact with its netcat child process. In this way sst
only has to concern itself with file descriptors.

In the embedded mode sst expects the parent program to set
up the networking I/O and to provide the appropriate file
descriptors. In embedded client mode ("-c"), clear data
is read from (or written to) stdin (fildes 0) and SSL-
encrypted data is read from (or written to) stdout (fildes
1). In embedded server mode ("-s"), SSL-encrypted data is
read from (or written to) stdin and clear data read from
(or written to) stdout.

WWW: http://utcc.utoronto.ca/~pkern/stuff/sst/
2000-12-31T08:43:51+00:00 www/august HTML editor for the experienced Web author
August is a complete, non-WYSIWYG, HTML editor written in Tcl/Tk.
It is meant for the experienced Web author.

WWW: http://www.erjobe.info/index.php?n=Main.August
2000-12-31T06:48:48+00:00 audio/opmixer Adjusts a mixer
This is a program for adjusting an audio mixer. It supports
per-channel muting and settings can be saved.

Trevor Johnson

WWW: http://optronic.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-31T06:02:40+00:00 shells/pash A full-screen shell (commander GUI) for *nix.
Pash 2.2 is a full screen shell, a Commander for Unix. The versions
distributed through this website are ports of Pash to PC Unix
Operating Systems.

The standard main screen displays 2 windows containing a listing of
the 2 current directories, a menu bar and a command line.

Pash can switch to a 4 window mode. Here's a view of this feature
along with part of the pull-down menu system. Selected files in each
window will be highlighted.

Besides all the classical file manipulation functions (copy, move,
...), Pash also acts as a shell, allowing you to control Processes and
IPC devices.
2000-12-31T05:51:33+00:00 converters/p5-Text-Iconv Perl interface to iconv() codeset conversion function
The Text::Iconv module provides a Perl interface to the iconv() function
as defined by the Single UNIX Specification. The convert() method
converts the encoding of characters in the input string from the
fromcode codeset to the tocode codeset, and returns the result.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Text-Iconv
2000-12-31T05:48:35+00:00 misc/p5-Finance-Quote Get stock and mutual fund quotes from various exchanges
This module gets stock quotes from various internet sources, including
Yahoo! Finance, Fidelity Investments, and the Australian Stock
Exchange. There are two methods of using this module -- a functional
interface that is depreciated, and an object-orientated method that
provides greater flexibility and stability.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Finance-Quote/

-- Sergey Skvortsov
skv@FreeBSD.org
2000-12-31T05:48:35+00:00 finance/p5-Finance-Quote Get stock and mutual fund quotes from various exchanges
This module gets stock quotes from various internet sources, including Yahoo!
Finance, Fidelity Investments, and the Australian Stock Exchange. There are two
methods of using this module -- a functional interface that is deprecated, and
an object-orientated method that provides greater flexibility and stability.

Github repository is at https://github.com/pfenwick/finance-quote/

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Finance-Quote
2000-12-31T05:45:45+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Tmpl Templating system perl library
Text::Tmpl is a module for very fast templating. There are dozens of
templating modules on CPAN, each only a tiny bit different from the
others. This one is no different - what sets it aside is speed. The
entire module is implemented as a C library, with only a thin XS/Perl
layer to make the calls available from Perl. The same templates, then,
can be used from either Perl or C/C++ programs.

This was originally designed to completely isolate HTML programmers from
module/CGI programmers, or at least completely separate logic from
content in dynamic web applications. It is syntactically based on a
similar system written by a friend of mine, Neil Mix, which was
proprietary and exclusively written in Perl. It shares no code in common
with this system, or any other.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:44:52+00:00 databases/p5-Text-Query-SQL Text-Query-SQL provides query builders for SQL databases
Text-Query-SQL provides query builders for SQL databases. Searching 'foo
and bar' will retrieve rows containing the words foo and bar. It does it
by generating the appropriate SQL request.

Text-Query-SQL is derived from the Text-Query module.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Text-Query-SQL
2000-12-31T05:42:03+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Query Query processing framework
This module provides an object that matches a data source against a
query expression.

Query expressions are compiled into an internal form when a new object
is created or the `prepare' method is called; they are not recompiled on
each match.

The class provided by this module uses four packages to process the
query. The query parser parses the question and calls a query expression
builder (internal form of the question). The optimizer is then called to
reduce the complexity of the expression. The solver applies the
expression on a data source.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Text-Query
2000-12-31T05:40:39+00:00 print/p5-Text-PDF PDF manipulation module
In summary, this module provides a strong base for working with PDF
files but lacks some finesse. Users should know their way around the PDF
specification.

Included in the examples directory are some example programs starting
from very simple PDF creation programs and working up. More extensive
samples are included as scripts.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Text-PDF
2000-12-31T05:38:41+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Graphics Text graphics rendering toolkit
This is a toolkit for rendering plain text via an API like that used for
graphics rendering in GUI toolkits. This package might be used when you
want to do sophisticated rendering of plain text, e.g., for graphing,
creating of complex forms for email and fax, and so on.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:35:34+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Wrapper Simple word wrapping routine
This module provides simple word wrapping. It breaks long lines, but
does not alter spacing or remove existing line breaks. If you're
looking for more sophisticated text formatting, try the Text::Format
module.

In short, Text::Wrapper is the object-oriented equivalent of Text::Wrap,
but with fewer bugs (I hope).

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:34:30+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Format Various subroutines to format text
The format routine will format under all circumstances even if the width
isn't enough to contain the longest words. Text::Wrap will die under
these circumstances, although I am told this is fixed. If columns is set
to a small number and words are longer than that and the leading
'whitespace' than there will be a single word on each line. This will
let you make a simple word list which could be indented or right
aligned.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:31:18+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Flowchart ASCII Flowchart maker
+-------+ +-------------+
| BEGIN >---+ | |
+-------+ +--> Do you need |
| to make a N------+
+--------Y flowchart? | |
| | | |
| +-------------+ |
| |
| +------------+ |
| | | |
+-----V-------+ | So use it. | |
| | | | |
| Then my | +--^---V-----+ |
| module may | | | |
| help. | | | |
| >----+ | |
+-------------+ | |
| +-----V-------+
| | |
| | Then go do |
+------> something |
| else. |
| |
+-------------+

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:28:40+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-FixedLength Parse and create fixed length field records
Text::FixedLength was made to be able to manipulate fixed length field
records. You can manipulate arrays of data, or files of data. This
module allows you to change between delimited and fixed length records.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:25:53+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Filter-Chain Chains multiple Text::Filter objects and runs them in sequence
Text::Filter::Chain - object for chaining Text::Filter objects and
running them sequentially, feeding the output of each filter to the
input of the next one.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:23:35+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Filter Base class for objects that can read and write text lines
A plethora of tools exist that operate as filters: they get data from a
source, operate on this data, and write possibly modified data to a
destination. In the Unix world, these tools can be chained using a
technique called pipelining, where the output of one filter is connected
to the input of another filter. Some non-Unix worlds are reported to
have similar provisions.

To create Perl modules for filter functionality seems trivial at first.
Just open the input file, read and process it, and write output to a
destination file. But for really reusable modules this approach is too
simple. A reusable module should not read and write files itself, but
rely on the calling program to provide input as well as to handle the
output.

Text::Filter is a base class for modules that have in common that they
process text lines by reading from some source (usually a file),
manipulating the contents and writing something back to some destination
(usually some other file).

This module can be used 'as is', but its real power shows when used to
derive modules from it.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:22:15+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-FillIn Class implementing a fill-in template
This is the Text::FillIn.pm module. It is a class for implementing
fill-in text templates. It is designed to be flexible and
sub-classible.

You can specify the delimiters that mark sections of text to be filled
in (for example [[ and ]], or <!-- and -->, or { and } ... you get the
picture), and you can specify the actions to take when filling in those
sections.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:20:36+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-DoubleMetaphone Phonetic encoding of words
This module implements a "sounds like" algorithm developed by Lawrence
Philips which he published in the June, 2000 issue of C/C++ Users
Journal. Double Metaphone is an improved version of Philips' original
Metaphone algorithm.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:19:16+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Bind Bind Perl structures to text files
Text::Bind allows you to bind Perl structures (strings, routines,
filehandles, objects, and arrays) to specific locations (called *data
sites*) in text files.

The main purpose of this module is to support HTML templates for CGI
programs. Therefore, HTML pages design can be kept separate from CGI
code. However, the class is general enough to be used in other contexts
than CGI application development.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-31T05:17:09+00:00 textproc/p5-Text-Autoformat Automatic and manual text wrapping and reformating formatting
Text::Autoformat provides intelligent formatting of plaintext without
the need for any kind of embedded mark-up. The module recognizes
Internet quoting conventions, a wide range of bulleting and number
schemes, centred text, and block quotations, and reformats each
appropriately. Other options allow the user to adjust inter-word and
inter-paragraph spacing, justify text, and impose various capitalization
schemes.

The module also supplies a re-entrant, highly configurable replacement
for the built-in Perl format() mechanism.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Text-Autoformat
2000-12-31T05:15:39+00:00 textproc/p5-DelimMatch Perl extension to find regexp delimited strings with proper nesting
DelimMatch allows you to match delimited substrings in a buffer. The
delimiters can be specified with any regular expression and the start
and end delimiters need not be the same. If the delimited text is
properly nested, entire nested groups are returned.

In addition, you may specify quoting and escaping characters that
contribute to the recognition of start and end delimiters.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/DelimMatch
2000-12-31T05:13:24+00:00 mail/p5-Email-Find Find RFC 822 email addresses in plain text
This is a module for finding a subset of RFC 822 email addresses in
arbitrary text. The addresses it finds are not guaranteed to exist or
even actually be email addresses at all, but they will be valid RFC 822
syntax.

Email::Find will perform some heuristics to avoid some of the more
obvious red herrings and false addresses, but there's only so much which
can be done without a human.

-Anton
<tobez@FreeBSD.org>

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Email-Find
2000-12-31T05:10:10+00:00 mail/p5-Email-Valid Check validity of Internet email addresses
This module determines whether an email address is well-formed, and
optionally, whether a mail host exists for the domain.

Please note that there is no way to determine whether an address is
deliverable without attempting delivery.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Email-Valid
2000-12-31T05:07:46+00:00 russian/p5-Lingua-RU-Charset Perl extension for detecting and converting Russian character sets
From the README file for Lingua::RU::Charset:
Lingua::RU::Charset - Perl extension for detecting and converting
various russian character sets: KOI8-r, Windows-1251, CP866,
ISO-8859-5, X-Mac-Cyrillic, russian text in english letters,
russian part of Unicode and UTF-8. This module can be especially
useful for computers with broken cyrillic locales (like foreign
web hosts).

This module does not use locale or unicode and is written in pure Perl,
so it will probably work at any computer.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Lingua-RU-Charset
2000-12-30T16:46:49+00:00 sysutils/logtool Parse ASCII logfiles into ANSI, CSV, HTML formats
Logtool is a command line program that will parse ASCII logfiles into a more
palatable format. It will take anything resembling a standard syslog file
(this includes syslog-ng, multilog, and probably most of the other variantse),
and crunch it into one of the following formats for your viewing pleasure:

- ANSI (colorized for easy "at a glance" viewing)
- ASCII (for e-mail'ed reports, and term's that don't support color)
- CSV (for importing into your favorite spreadsheet/database)
- HTML (for generating web pages)
- RAW (for no good reason)

It can be configured to parse the data any one of several ways, including
suppressing duplicate messages, stripping the host, and/or program fields,
and modifying the time display format (supports TAI64 timestamps produced
by DJB's multilog) of the log entries.

WWW: http://xjack.org/logtool/
2000-12-30T16:46:49+00:00 sysutils/logtool-devel Parse ASCII logfiles into ANSI, CSV, HTML formats
Logtool is a command line program that will parse ASCII logfiles into a more
palatable format. It will take anything resembling a standard syslog file
(this includes syslog-ng, multilog, and probably most of the other variantse),
and crunch it into one of the following formats for your viewing pleasure:

- ANSI (colorized for easy "at a glance" viewing)
- ASCII (for e-mail'ed reports, and term's that don't support color)
- CSV (for importing into your favorite spreadsheet/database)
- HTML (for generating web pages)
- RAW (for no good reason)

It can be configured to parse the data any one of several ways, including
suppressing duplicate messages, stripping the host, and/or program fields,
and modifying the time display format (supports TAI64 timestamps produced
by DJB's multilog) of the log entries.

Author: A.L.Lambert
WWW: http://xjack.org/logtool/
2000-12-30T16:43:40+00:00 devel/diffconvert A converter between context diff and unidiff formats
This package contains four programs for converting diffs. Diff files are
created by GNU diff and accepted as input by GNU patch. The two most common
forms are "context diffs" and "unidiffs".

ud2cd converts a unidiff (input) to a context diff (output).
cd2ud converts a context diff (input) to a unidiff (output).
cdiffreverse reverses a context diff.
udiffreverse reverses a unidiff.

cd2ud is dedicated to David S. Miller "context diffs make my head spin".
2000-12-30T14:21:10+00:00 graphics/jpeg2ps-a4
2000-12-30T14:14:57+00:00 graphics/jpeg2ps-letter Converter for JPEG compressed images to PostScript Level 2
Purpose of jpeg2ps
==================
jpeg2ps converts JPEG files to PostScript Level 2 or 3 EPS. In fact, jpeg2ps
is not really a converter but a "wrapper": it reads the image parameters
(width, height, number of color components) in a JPEG file, writes the
according EPS header and then copies the compressed JPEG data to the output
file. Decompression is done by the PostScript interpreter (only PostScript
Level 2 and 3 interpreters support JPEG compression and decompression).
If you have a slow communication channel and a fast printer, sending
compressed image data is a big win.

WWW: http://www.pdflib.com/download/free-software/jpeg2ps/
2000-12-30T02:15:35+00:00 graphics/liblug Multi-format graphics manipulation library
A very clean graphic library which can handle gif, pcx, targa,
rgb, tiff, pix, ppm, pgm, pbm, raw, rayshade's heightfield, jpeg
and do the following function: resampling, blur, sharpening, cut,
paste, median filter, histogram equalization and so on...
2000-12-30T01:31:08+00:00 shells/osh Implementation of the UNIX 6th Edition shell
Osh is a re-implementation of the old and obsolete shell version,
which was in standard use up to UNIX 6th Edition and was supplied
as osh with UNIX 7th Edition. Its command language is a sparse
subset of those of modern shells and is mostly common both to sh(1)
and csh(1).

WWW: http://v6shell.org
2000-12-27T11:28:58+00:00 lang/jgnat An Ada to Java-Byte-Code compiler
"jgnat" is an Ada 95 to Java byte-code compiler. "jgnat" allows
you to develop Java applets or applications in Ada 95, compile them
to Java byte-code, and execute them on any Java virtual machine.

-- John Merryweather Cooper <jmcoopr@webmail.bmi.net>
2000-12-27T11:06:43+00:00 sysutils/safecat Safely write data to maildir directory
From the safecat README:

safecat is an implementation of D. J. Bernstein's maildir algorithm.
It can be used to write mail messages to a qmail-style maildir, or to
write data to a "spool" directory reliably. There are no lockfiles with
safecat, and nothing is left to chance. If safecat returns a successful
exit status, then you can be (practically) 100% sure your data is
safely committed to disk. Further, if data is written to a directory
using safecat (or other implementations of the maildir algorithm),
then every file in that directory is guaranteed to be complete. If
safecat fails to write all of the data, there will be no file at all
in the destination directory.

Of course, you know that such a thing cannot be: between UNIX and
the different hardware options available, a 100% guarantee is not
possible. However, safecat takes every precaution possible in writing
your data.

WWW: http://www.jeenyus.net/linux/software/safecat.html
2000-12-27T06:54:33+00:00 www/mmosaic Web browser based on Mosaic, but with many modernizations
This is a Web browser based partly on NCSA Mosaic. It supports
multiple windows, tables, PNG and JPEG images, and frames.

In this port, IPv6 does not work, nor do X resources.

Its components are licensed variously. It may be used internally
in a business, but may not be sold. Once compiled, the program
must not be distributed, because conflicts among the licenses.
Its source cannot be distributed if it is needed for a product
being sold by the person doing the distributing. See
http://perso.enst.fr/~dauphin/mMosaic/copyrights/index.html .

WWW: http://perso.enst.fr/~dauphin/mMosaic/
2000-12-26T22:16:45+00:00 www/p5-CGI-Minimal Extremely lightweight CGI processing package
An _extremely_ lightweight CGI processing package provides _minimum_
functions needed such as form decoding (including file upload forms),
URL encoding and decoding, HTTP usable date generation (RFC1123 compliant
dates) and basic escaping and unescaping of HTMLized text.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/CGI-Minimal
2000-12-26T15:16:36+00:00 games/kpuzzle Jigsaw puzzle game for KDE
KPuzzle is a jigsaw puzzle game for the KDE environment.

WWW: http://kpuzzle.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-26T06:49:32+00:00 textproc/sdf Simple Document Format - "author-friendly" mark-up system
SDF is a freely available documentation system designed and developed by Ian
Clatworthy, with help from many others. Based on a simple, readable markup
language, SDF generates high quality output in multiple formats, all derived
from a single document source. Supported output formats include HTML,
PostScript, PDF, man pages, POD, LaTeX, SGML, MIMS HTX and F6 help, MIF, RTF,
Windows help and plain text.
2000-12-26T06:16:51+00:00 net/smm++ Graphical mudclient with mapper
SMM++ is a MUD client with mapping functionality. You can just use
mapping or just mudding or both together.

It is based on itcl , which itself depends on tcl/tk . itcl, tcl/tk
are free and standart programming languages. (If you need further
information, where to get itcl and/or tcl/tk, please drop me a
line.)

WWW: http://smm.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-26T06:06:03+00:00 mail/spambnc Set of procmail recipes which handle known/suspected spam
The Spam Bouncer is a set of procmail recipes, or instructions, which
search the headers and text of your incoming email to see if it meets
one or more of several categories (known addresses, rogue ISPs, bulk
mail software etc etc).

The Spam Bouncer sorts suspected spam into two categories -- mail from
known spam sources which is definitely spam, and other mail which is
probably spam, but might also be legitimate. It then tags this email
with appropriate headers giving the spam classification, and responds
according to the parameters you have set.

WWW: http://www.spambouncer.org/
2000-12-26T05:58:46+00:00 textproc/p5-Spreadsheet-WriteExcel Write to a cross-platform Excel binary file
The Spreadsheet::WriteExcel module can be used to create
a cross-platform Excel binary file. Multiple worksheets can be added
to a workbook and formatting can be applied to cells. Text, numbers,
formulas, hyperlinks and images can be written to the cells.

The Excel file produced by this module is compatible with Excel 5, 95,
97, 2000, 2002 and 2003, also Gnumeric and OpenOffice.

This module cannot be used to write to an existing Excel file.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Spreadsheet-WriteExcel
2000-12-26T05:55:19+00:00 textproc/p5-Spreadsheet-ParseExcel Get information from Excel file
Spreadsheet::ParseExcel makes you to get information from Excel95,
Excel97, Excel2000, Excel 4 formats.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Spreadsheet-ParseExcel
2000-12-26T05:52:15+00:00 audio/ecasound Multitrack audio processing software
Ecasound is a software package designed for multitrack audio
processing. It can be used for simple tasks like audio playback,
recording and format conversions, as well as for multitrack effect
processing, mixing, recording and signal recycling. Ecasound supports
a wide range of audio inputs, outputs and effect algorithms.
Effects and audio objects can be combined in various ways, and their
parameters can be controlled by operator objects like oscillators
and MIDI-CCs. As most functionality is located in shared libraries,
creating alternative user-interfaces is easy. A versatile console mode
interface is included in the package.

WWW: http://nosignal.fi/ecasound/
2000-12-26T05:46:55+00:00 net/tas Traffic accounting system
TAS is a traffic accounting system that picks up ip and application level
traffic statistics, stores it and processes to build reports. Report is a set
of user-defined tables. Table columns and rows are groups of hosts (traffic
sources or destinations) aggregated according to the rules defined by user.
What TAS can let you, in a few words:
- Do traffic accounting on IP-level and application level
- Store all accounting data for the desirable number of months for later
data extraction
- Generate complex reports (in HTML or plain text) according to the
specified rules either on periodic basis or on demand
- Have a convinient web interface for easy definition of report rules and
quick report generation
What TAS is not intended for:
- Time accounting
- Accounting for non IP or IP-based traffic
- Accounting by username (in case of password-based internet access)
- Charging/Pricing/Billing/Client management
- Gathering traffic accounting information from the router interfaces
like trafd, bpft, ipacctd, or ipa do (TAS is just a front-end for such kind
of programs)
- Reports generation for arbitrary time intervals

WWW: http://tas.net-conex.com
http://rnoc.urc.ac.ru/~anton/projects/tas/TAS.html
2000-12-26T05:46:55+00:00 net-mgmt/tas Traffic accounting system
TAS is a traffic accounting system that picks up ip and application level
traffic statistics, stores it and processes to build reports. Report is a set
of user-defined tables. Table columns and rows are groups of hosts (traffic
sources or destinations) aggregated according to the rules defined by user.
What TAS can let you, in a few words:
- Do traffic accounting on IP-level and application level
- Store all accounting data for the desirable number of months for later
data extraction
- Generate complex reports (in HTML or plain text) according to the
specified rules either on periodic basis or on demand
- Have a convinient web interface for easy definition of report rules and
quick report generation
What TAS is not intended for:
- Time accounting
- Accounting for non IP or IP-based traffic
- Accounting by username (in case of password-based internet access)
- Charging/Pricing/Billing/Client management
- Gathering traffic accounting information from the router interfaces
like trafd, bpft, ipacctd, or ipa do (TAS is just a front-end for such kind
of programs)
- Reports generation for arbitrary time intervals

WWW: http://rnoc.urc.ac.ru/~anton/projects/tas/TAS.html
2000-12-26T05:36:52+00:00 devel/dmalloc Portable debug memory allocation library
The debug memory allocation or dmalloc library has been designed as a
portable drop in replacement for the system's memory management
routines while providing powerful debugging facilities configurable at
runtime. These facilities include such things as memory-leak
tracking, fence-post write detection, file/line number reporting, and
general logging of statistics. Online documentation is available at:

WWW: http://dmalloc.com/
2000-12-26T05:31:26+00:00 games/xtux Humorous Arcade game for X
XTux Arena is a client server network game for X11 featuring
opensource mascots. Players can compete in a multiplayer deathmatch
mode (called holywar) or play against the computer (cooperative
multiplayer supported) in a mission against Microsoft.

WWW: http://xtux.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-26T05:25:48+00:00 devel/hs-happy Happy is a parser generator for Haskell
Happy is a parser generator system for Haskell.

WWW: http://www.haskell.org/happy/
2000-12-26T05:25:48+00:00 devel/happy
This is Happy version 1.9, a parser generator for Haskell 98.

WWW: http://www.haskell.org/happy/

-- Simon Marlow <simonmar@microsoft.com>
2000-12-26T04:30:49+00:00 textproc/gutenbook GTK+ based reader for Project Gutenberg Etexts
Gutenbook is a graphical interface for browsing, downloading and reading
Project Gutenberg Etexts.

It has the following features:

Book-like pagination Etexts downloaded via HTTP as well as FTP
Index caching and local Etext storing
Browse-able, search-able, sort-able index
Reads plaintext or zip'd Etexts
User preferences interface
Object-oriented design combining Perl and GTK+
100% home-grown Free Software protected by the GNU GPL

Project Gutenberg: http://promo.net/pg/index.html

WWW: http://www.gutenbook.org/
2000-12-26T04:16:04+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-Writer Simple Perl module for writing XML documents
XML::Writer is a simple Perl module for writing XML documents: it
takes care of constructing markup and escaping data correctly, and by
default, it also performs a significant amount of well-formedness
checking on the output, to make certain (for example) that start and
end tags match, that there is exactly one document element, and that
there are not duplicate attribute names.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/XML-Writer
2000-12-25T18:49:30+00:00 emulators/svr4_base Compatibility framework necessary for SVR4 emulation
These files are part of the SVR4 compatibility options for FreeBSD.

To get SVR4 compat working you will need the system libraries from
Solaris x86. We cannot supply them to you as a Solaris license is
required in order to use their libraries.

In order to use the SVR4 emulation, simply mount a Solaris 2.5.1 x86 CDROM
on /cdrom.
To make things easier, currently symbolic links are made to the Solaris
CDROM, thus having it mounted is required when using SVR4 emulation.
2000-12-24T20:27:20+00:00 chinese/eterm X11 terminal emulator based on rxvt/xterm that supports traditional Chinese (Big5)
Eterm is a color vt102 terminal emulator intended as a replacement for
xterm. It is designed with a Freedom of Choice philosophy, leaving as
much power, flexibility, and freedom as possible in the hands of the
user. It is designed to look good and work well, but takes a
feature-rich approach rather than one of minimalism while still
maintaining speed and efficiency.

WWW: http://www.eterm.org/
2000-12-23T15:32:44+00:00 audio/xmms-crossfade Crossfading/Gapless Plugin
A Crossfading/Gapless Output Plugin featuring:

* Crossfading
* Fadein/Fadeout
* Continuous output
* Gap-Killer
* Automatic detection of live albums
* High quality
* Secondary effect plugin
* Compatibility with bmp and audacious

WWW: http://www.eisenlohr.org/xmms-crossfade/index.html
2000-12-23T11:17:42+00:00 audio/xmms-quix3dn 3D-sound effect plugin for XMMS
This XMMS-plugin is a superb Stereo-to-3D and Stereo expansion effects
utility with many enhancements. You can combine different types of
effects to have the sound you like.
2000-12-23T10:12:25+00:00 graphics/xmms-gforce A visual plugin for XMMS
G-Force is a music visualisation eye candy program by Andy O'Meara
for WinAmp.

The Unix/X11 port of G-Force was done by Boris Gjenero <bgjenero at
sympatico dot ca>.

Note: This looks great but it's slow in big windows.

- Alexander Langer <alex@FreeBSD.org>
2000-12-23T10:10:20+00:00 textproc/fdp-tools A set of small utilities for the FreeBSD Documentation Projekt
A set of small utilities for the FreeBSD Documentation Projekt

makemanent/sortmanent -- create and sort entries for man-refs.ent
slashexpand -- replace </> with proper closing tags
suppe -- format and indent
2000-12-21T10:30:25+00:00 devel/p5-File-Tail Perl Module to read the end of a file as it's appended to
The File::Tail module is designed for reading files which are continuously
appended to (the name comes from the tail -f directive). Usually such files
are log files of some description.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/File-Tail
2000-12-21T06:27:31+00:00 japanese/eijiro-fpw EIJIRO English - Japanese Dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
Eijiro is a dictionary compiled by E.D.P. For details, such as how to
obtain the whole data, visit EDP's Web site.

http://member.nifty.ne.jp/eijiro/

-- E.D.P.

Data in this port are converted from the original dictionary into JIS
X 4081 format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this
can be used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows
or MacOS).

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/

-- S.TAOKA
2000-12-20T00:44:08+00:00 audio/id3el Add-on to edit ID3 tags for mpg123-mode (mpg123.el) on Emacsen
This is an add-on to enable editing ID3 tag by typing `E' in
mpg123-mode's (ports/audio/mpg123.el) buffer on Emacsen.

Put the expression below into your ~/.emacs.

(load "id3.el")

WWW: http://www.gentei.org/~yuuji/software/mpg123el/
2000-12-19T19:10:09+00:00 security/tea-total Extremely small 128 bit private key based encryption/decryption system
TEA Total is an extremely small 128 bit private key based
encryption/decryption system which uses the new variant of TEA (Tiny
Encryption Algorithm) by David Wheeler and Roger Needham of the Cambridge
Computer Laboratory.

TEA is said to be several times faster than DES, as well as being much
smaller and more secure. It also isn't encumbered by any patents and the
reference implementation is in the public domain.

WWW: http://www.linuxhacker.org/tea-total/
2000-12-19T17:05:16+00:00 multimedia/smpeg-xmms A mpeg video plugin for XMMS
A mpeg video plugin for XMMS using SDL/smpeg as backend. Supports hardware
acceleration in Xfree 4.x if available, fullscreen, resizeable window, VCD
support, aspected ratio when resizing the window, etc.
2000-12-19T17:05:16+00:00 graphics/smpeg-xmms A mpeg video plugin for XMMS
A mpeg video plugin for XMMS using SDL/smpeg as backend. Supports hardware
acceleration in Xfree 4.x if available, fullscreen, resizeable window, VCD
support, aspected ratio when resizing the window, etc.

WWW: http://www.xmms.org/plugins_input.html#93
2000-12-19T15:39:12+00:00 audio/mad The "meta-port" for the MAD sound playback system
MAD is a high-quality MPEG audio decoder. It currently supports MPEG-1
as well as the MPEG-2 extension to Lower Sampling Frequencies. All
three audio layers (Layer I, Layer II, and Layer III a.k.a. MP3) are
fully implemented.

MAD does not yet support MPEG-2 multichannel audio (although it should
be backward compatible with such streams) or AAC, nor does it support
the so-called MPEG 2.5 format.

MAD has the following special features:

- 24-bit PCM output
- 100% fixed-point (integer) computation
- completely new implementation based on the ISO/IEC standards
- distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL)

The software is distributed as a library (libmad) and command-line
front-end (madplay).

WWW: http://mad.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-19T14:00:03+00:00 lang/php
Server-side, cross-platform, HTML embedded scripting language which
offers easy database integration.

WWW: http://www.php.net/
2000-12-19T13:36:31+00:00 astro/sscalc Sunrise and sunset time calculator
This is sscalc, a sunrise/sunset time calculator, ported to C.
You can find the sunrise and sunset times for anywhere in the world
as long as you know the latitude and longitude of the location.

The program is a port of the JavaScript program located at
http://www.srrb.noaa.gov/highlights/sunrise/gen.html

The page was written by Aaron Horiuchi, Chris Lehman and Chris
Cornwall.

WWW: http://www.icehouse.net/kew/
2000-12-19T13:28:35+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-XPath Modules for parsing and evaluating XPath statements
This module aims to comply exactly to the XPath specification at
http://www.w3.org/TR/xpath and yet allow extensions to be added in the
form of functions. Modules such as XSLT and XPointer may need to do
this as they support functionality beyond XPath.

WWW: https://www.w3.org/TR/xpath/
WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/XML-XPath
2000-12-19T13:21:20+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-Sablotron Perl interface to the Sablotron XSLT processor
A Perl interface to the Sablotron XSLT processor.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/XML-Sablotron/
WWW: http://www.gingerall.com/charlie/ga/xml/x_sabperl.xml
2000-12-19T13:14:44+00:00 textproc/sablotron XML toolkit implementing XSLT 1.0, XPath 1.0 and DOM Level2
Sablotron is an XML processor fully implemented in C++. It uses Expat
by James Clark as an XML parser. Sablotron implements XSLT 1.0, XPath
1.0 and DOM Level2.

Original creator of Sablotron is Ginger Alliance Ltd; Czech Republic.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/sablotron/
2000-12-19T13:02:46+00:00 mail/p5-Mail-IMAPClient Perl5 module to talk to a IMAP4rev1 (RFC2060) server
This module provides perl routines that simplify a sockets connection
to and an IMAP conversation with an IMAP server

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Mail-IMAPClient
2000-12-19T12:55:33+00:00 security/cracklib Password-checking library
CrackLib is a library containing a C function (well, lots of functions
really, but you only need to use one of them) which may be used in a
"passwd"-like program.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/cracklib/
2000-12-19T12:45:30+00:00 www/mod_layout Apache module to wrap served pages with a header and/or footer
mod_layout is a utility to wrap served webpages. This means it can
add a footer or header to a document. This allows you to create a
standard look and feel throughout a website without using SSI.
Some example uses are adding standard disclaimers to the bottom of
all pages, banner ads to the top of all pages, or even a menu at
the beginning of a page. There are many other per-document settings
you can modify with mod_layout; see the file 'faq.html' for more
information.

WWW: http://www.musc.edu/webserver/mod_layout.html
2000-12-19T12:39:27+00:00 games/freesci A portable interpreter for SCI games, such as the Space Quest series
FreeSCI is a portable interpreter for SCI games, such as the Space Quest
series (starting with SQ3) or Leisure Suit Larry (2 and sequels).

This release has the following limitations (plus some bugs):

- Only SCI0 games are supported
- The SCI debug functions aren't fully supported (and probably never will be,
since we're using our own debug functions).
- Sound is not supported yet
- Graphics are slow, especially on displays not using 8bpp color index mode.

WWW: http://freesci.linuxgames.com/
2000-12-19T12:39:27+00:00 emulators/freesci A portable interpreter for SCI games, such as the Space Quest series
FreeSCI is a portable interpreter for SCI games, such as the Space Quest
series (starting with SQ3) or Leisure Suit Larry (2 and sequels).

This release has the following limitations (plus some bugs):

- Only SCI0 games are supported
- The SCI debug functions aren't fully supported (and probably never will be,
since we're using our own debug functions).
- Sound is not supported yet
- Graphics are slow, especially on displays not using 8bpp color index mode.

- George Reid
greid@ukug.uk.freebsd.org

WWW: http://freesci.linuxgames.com/
2000-12-19T12:22:58+00:00 devel/p5-Term-Size Perl5 module to handle window size changes
Excerpted from the README file:

Term::Size is a Perl module which provides a straightforward way to get
the size of the terminal (or window) on which a script is running.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Term-Size
2000-12-19T12:17:21+00:00 net/balance Simple but powerful generic TCP proxy with round robin features
Balance is a simple but powerful generic TCP proxy with round robin load
balancing and failover mechanisms. Its behaviour can be controlled at runtime
using a simple command line syntax.

The latest release now supports the definition of channel groups, connection
counting, and handling. Boosting the power, and versatility of balance, one
big step further.

WWW: http://www.inlab.de/balance.html
2000-12-19T12:10:33+00:00 www/webresolve Webresolve resolves IP addresses to host names in web log files
This program is pretty slow. Thanks to the caching, repeated visits from the
same address will only result in one lookup. Therefore large files will be
processed proportionally faster than small ones.

The load from this program is very light, because it spends most of its time
waiting for the resolver. This also means that large files can take quite some
time to process. The solution is to split the log file and run several
resolution processes in parallel. This is done by the script splitwr:

splitwr logfile > logfile.resolved
webalizer logfile.resolved
rm logfile.resolved

By default, splitwr runs 20 parallel resolution processes. The number can be
changed by editing the script.

WWW: http://siag.nu/webresolve/
2000-12-19T11:44:48+00:00 deskutils/loserjabber A GTK interface to user journals on www.livejournal.com
Loserjabber is a GTK application which connects to http://www.livejournal.com
and allows posting of new journal entries, history listings, friendship
editing, and more, provided the user has a journal set up at Livejournal.
Visit http://www.livejournal.com/ for more information.

WWW: http://loserjabber.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-19T11:26:48+00:00 lang/t3x Compiler for the minimum procedural language T3X
T3X is a minimum procedural language: small, portable,
block-structured, recursive, almost typeless, and to
some degree object-oriented.

This package contains the full optimizing T3X compiler
with native 386, C, and bytecode back ends, complete
documentation, and lots of tools.
2000-12-19T11:12:04+00:00 sysutils/ipa Pluggable accounting system
IPA -- Pluggable Accounting System

Main features:

- flexible general purpose accounting system;
- supports static and dynamic rules;
- supports limits, sublimits and thresholds;
- works with external accounting modules;
- works with external database modules;
- works with external statistics modules;
- accounting per specified period of a week.

WWW: http://ipa-system.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-19T11:01:57+00:00 net/sendip SendIP is a commandline tool to allow sending arbitrary IP packets
SendIP has a large number of command line options to specify the content of
every header of a RIP, TCP, UDP, ICMP or raw IPv4 and IPv6 packet. It also
allows any data to be added to the packet. Checksums can be calculated
automatically, but if you wish to send out wrong checksums, that is
supported too.

WWW: http://www.earth.li/projectpurple/progs/sendip.html
2000-12-19T11:01:57+00:00 net-mgmt/sendip SendIP is a commandline tool to allow sending arbitrary IP packets
SendIP has a large number of command line options to specify the content of
every header of a RIP, TCP, UDP, ICMP or raw IPv4 and IPv6 packet. It also
allows any data to be added to the packet. Checksums can be calculated
automatically, but if you wish to send out wrong checksums, that is
supported too.

WWW: http://www.earth.li/projectpurple/progs/sendip.html
2000-12-19T10:45:03+00:00 sysutils/p5-Unix-Syslog Perl5 interface to the UNIX syslog(3) calls
This module provides an interface to the system logger syslogd(8) via Perl's
XSUBs. The implementation attempts to resemble the native libc-functions of
your system, so that anyone being familiar with syslog.h should be able to
use this module right away.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Unix-Syslog
2000-12-19T10:39:57+00:00 converters/p5-Convert-UUlib Perl5 interface to the uulib library (a.k.a. uudeview/uuenview)
Convert::UUlib is a versatile and powerful decoder/encoder library
for a variety of encodings used in Usenet and Mail (uuencode,
xxencode, b64, binhex...).

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Convert-UUlib
2000-12-19T10:29:26+00:00 net/netmask Tool for generating terse netmasks in several common formats
This is a handy tool for generating terse netmasks in several common
formats. If you've ever maintained a firewall with more than a few rules
in it, you might use netmask to clean up and generalize sloppy rules left by
the netadmin before you. It will also convert netmasks from one format
to another for the day you change your firewall software.
2000-12-19T10:29:26+00:00 net-mgmt/netmask Tool for generating terse netmasks in several common formats
This is a handy tool for generating terse netmasks in several common
formats. If you've ever maintained a firewall with more than a few rules
in it, you might use netmask to clean up and generalize sloppy rules left by
the netadmin before you. It will also convert netmasks from one format
to another for the day you change your firewall software.
2000-12-19T10:20:36+00:00 misc/ftree An X11 genealogy program
Ftree is a GUI Linux binary for storing and displaying family tree
genealogy information. It reads and writes standard GEDCOM 5.5 format
files.

It is licensed for non-commercial use only.


WWW: http://www.vjet.demon.co.uk/ftree/
2000-12-19T10:02:06+00:00 audio/litestream
Litestream is an Open Source, infinitely scalable high-capacity MP3
streaming system for Unix. Tests on Pentium II 400 single processor
demonstrated the system is capable of at least 4000 simultaneous 56 Kbit
streams. That's 244 Mbit per node!

The Litestream system is a series of components which are compatible with
today's industry standards (Winamp, XMMS, Live365). Included in the
distribution is Streaming Server, Streaming Source, and Restreaming
Server. Each component is replaceable with the third-party component of
your choice. Streaming Source be replaced with Winamp DSP. Streaming Server
can be replaced with Shoutcast or Live365. Restreaming Server restreams
Shoutcast and Live365 streams. It's all plug-and-play.

WWW: http://www.litestream.net

-- aaron@mutex.org
2000-12-19T09:56:08+00:00 graphics/blender 3D modeling/rendering/animation/gaming package
Blender is a free and fully functional 3D
modeling/rendering/animation/gaming package.

WWW: https://www.blender.org/
2000-12-19T09:48:13+00:00 archivers/p5-Archive-Tar Perl module for creation and manipulation of tar files
Archive::Tar provides an object oriented mechanism for handling tar files. It
provides class methods for quick and easy files handling while also allowing
for the creation of tar file objects for custom manipulation. If you have the
IO::Zlib module installed, Archive::Tar will also support compressed or gzipped
tar files.

An object of class Archive::Tar represents a .tar(.gz) archive full of files
and things.

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Archive-Tar
2000-12-19T09:44:43+00:00 textproc/p5-dTemplate Powerful template handling logic with advanced features
This module wants to be the most powerful general purpose
templating system. It has a very clear and easy to learn
syntax with the styling capabilities.

All you need to use this: put $TEMPLATE_VARIABLE$ into
your dTemplates, define them, and parse them. (You can
write $ signs as $$).
2000-12-19T09:41:17+00:00 audio/p5-Xmms Interactive remote control shell for xmms
This package provides the following modules:

Xmms::Remote - Perl interface to the xmms_remote API

Xmms::Config - Perl interface to the xmms_cfg API

Xmms - Exports the remote control shell routine

Xmms::Plugin - Embeds a Perl interpreter inside xmms and provides
Input/Output/Effect/General plugin interfaces for
Perl (not yet released, may never be)

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Xmms-Perl/
2000-12-19T08:46:57+00:00 graphics/gozer Commandline text rendering utility - creates images from text
A commandline text rendering utility for creating images from arbitrary text in
antialised truetype fonts using optional fontsyle, wordwrapping, and layout
control.

WWW: http://linuxbrit.co.uk/gozer/
2000-12-19T08:46:57+00:00 graphics/gom
A commandline text rendering utility for creating images from arbitrary text in
antialised truetype fonts using optional fontsyle, wordwrapping, and layout
control.

WWW: http://www.linuxbrit.co.uk/gom/
2000-12-19T08:42:44+00:00 graphics/giblib Utility library that includes a wrapper for imlib2
A utility library that incorporates doubly linked lists, some string functions,
and a wrapper for imlib2.

WWW: http://www.linuxbrit.co.uk/giblib/
2000-12-19T08:35:53+00:00 converters/p5-Convert-TNEF Perl module to read TNEF files
Perl module to read TNEF files

TNEF stands for Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format, and if
you've ever been unfortunate enough to receive one of these files
as an email attachment, you may want to use this module.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Convert-TNEF
2000-12-19T08:13:28+00:00 textproc/gsed GNU stream editor
The Free Software Foundation's "sed" stream editor.

This utility exists in the FreeBSD base collection, but the GNU
versions have added functionality that is sometimes useful.

Note that this port will install this utility with a `g' prefix,
for example gsed, but the texinfo documentation will refer to these
utilities without the `g' prefix.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/sed/sed.html
2000-12-18T20:44:08+00:00 mail/stuphead A lightweight MUA for X11
Russian mailer stuphead based on Sylpheed 0.4.1
Copyright(C) 1999,2000 Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y@kcn.ne.jp>
2000-12-18T20:38:32+00:00 editors/e3 Full featured text editor written in assembler
e3 is a full featured text editor written in NASM assembler. It is highly
optimized for size. For the command syntax you can choice between the
families of Wordstar(TM), EMACS, Pico or vi editors. The executable's size is
below 10000 byte, so you won't waste your disk space ;-)

WWW: http://www.sax.de/~adlibit/
2000-12-18T17:02:09+00:00 devel/py-game Module designed to write games in Python
pygame is a Free and Open Source python programming language library for making
multimedia applications like games built on top of the excellent SDL library.
Like SDL, pygame is highly portable and runs on nearly every platform and
operating system. Millions of people have downloaded pygame itself, which is a
whole lot of bits flying across the interwebs.

WWW: https://www.pygame.org/news
2000-12-18T10:17:22+00:00 math/glpk GNU Linear Programming Kit
The GLPK package is a set of routines written in ANSI C and organized
in the form of a callable library. This package is intended for solving
large-scale linear programming (LP), mixed integer linear programming (MIP)
and other related problems.

The GLPK package includes the following main components:

* implementation of the simplex method;
* implementation of the exact simplex method based on
bignum (rational) arithmetic;
* implementation of the primal-dual interior-point method;
* implementation of the branch-and-bound method;
* application program interface (API);
* GNU MathProg modeling language (a subset of AMPL);
* GLPSOL, a stand-alone LP/MIP solver.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/glpk/glpk.html
2000-12-17T09:52:13+00:00 x11/buttonbox Xlib-based application launcher
from the former Web page:

ButtonBox is a simple application for the X Window System
that sits in the corner of the screen, waiting for you to
click on one of the buttons it provides. When you do, it
launches the program.

Trevor Johnson
2000-12-17T05:36:32+00:00 x11-wm/aewm ICCCM-compliant window manager based on 9wm
Aewm is a modern, minimal window manager for X11. It is controlled entirely
with the mouse, but contains no visible UI apart from window frames. It
builds complex operations by chaining together primitives aewm does not try
to do everything; there are plenty of better clients for defining hotkeys,
menus, setting your background image, etc.

Aewm makes it easy for you to keep the edges of the root window unobscured,
so that you have essentially infinite space to click without having to aim
(this principle is based on Fitts's Law). There is intentionally no panel
or dock to get in the way.

Aewm does not make decisions about where your windows should go. It can be
used as an ordinary overlapping window manager, but is powerful enough to
let you "tile" windows ad hoc if you prefer; maximizing space usage and
removing overlaps are basic commands. You can also optionally take control
of window mapping and change where windows will appear (including stacking
and tiling) before they are actually shown.

This port installs not only the window manager, but also the aemenu and
aepanel applets. These provide a list of windows by title (vertically for
aemenu, horizontally for aepanel) and a menu from which programs may be run.

WWW: https://www.red-bean.com/decklin/aewm/
2000-12-17T04:28:59+00:00 x11-wm/swm Window manager for low-memory systems, with title bars and shading
sWM was written for small computer system with very little amount of
memory and small screen sizes. It was written to speed up working with
laptops or even PDA's. You need a minimum of about 12k of diskspace
(minimal mode). It uses even less memory than a rxvt.

WWW: http://www.small-window-manager.de/
2000-12-17T02:42:48+00:00 net/ari-yahoo A console Yahoo! messenger client
This is a simple Yahoo Messenger client that requires no windowing system,
and it therefore can be quite useful in situations where a minimal system
is being used or when a windowing system is otherwise unavailable or
unfeasible.

Ari's Yahoo Client is copyright (C) 2000 Ari Johnson, and this software
is protected by the GNU General Public License, which should have been
distributed along with this software as the file 'COPYING'.

If you need to contact the developer, please e-mail him at:
ari@lusis.org

- George Reid
greid@ukug.uk.freebsd.org
2000-12-17T02:42:48+00:00 net-im/ari-yahoo Console Yahoo! messenger client
This is a simple Yahoo Messenger client that requires no windowing system,
and it therefore can be quite useful in situations where a minimal system
is being used or when a windowing system is otherwise unavailable or
unfeasible.

Ari's Yahoo Client is copyright (C) 2000 Ari Johnson, and this software
is protected by the GNU General Public License, which should have been
distributed along with this software as the file 'COPYING'.

If you need to contact the developer, please e-mail him at:
ari@lusis.org
2000-12-17T02:42:48+00:00 misc/ari-yahoo
This is a simple Yahoo Messenger client that requires no windowing system,
and it therefore can be quite useful in situations where a minimal system
is being used or when a windowing system is otherwise unavailable or
unfeasible.

Ari's Yahoo Client is copyright (C) 2000 Ari Johnson, and this software
is protected by the GNU General Public License, which should have been
distributed along with this software as the file 'COPYING'.

If you need to contact the developer, please e-mail him at:
ari@lusis.org

- George Reid
greid@ukug.uk.freebsd.org
2000-12-17T02:40:30+00:00 net/ymessenger Yahoo! Messenger - Instant messaging client
Yahoo! Messenger for FreeBSD

Features:

Friend List - See when your friends are online and ready to talk.
Instant Messages - Send private, instant messages to all your friends.
Conferencing - Invite your friends to have private conversations
Ignore List - Ignore any unwanted messages that you receive.
Invisible Mode - Check your alerts and no one will know you're online!

For firewall support through SOCKS, use "runsocks" from the socks5 package.

WWW: http://messenger.yahoo.com/
2000-12-17T02:40:30+00:00 net-im/ymessenger Yahoo! Messenger - Instant messaging client
Yahoo! Messenger for FreeBSD

Features:

Friend List - See when your friends are online and ready to talk.
Instant Messages - Send private, instant messages to all your friends.
Conferencing - Invite your friends to have private conversations
Ignore List - Ignore any unwanted messages that you receive.
Invisible Mode - Check your alerts and no one will know you're online!

For firewall support through SOCKS, use "runsocks" from the socks5 package.

WWW: http://messenger.yahoo.com/
2000-12-16T20:33:11+00:00 sysutils/yawho Simple 'w'-like program; displays connection type and login shell PID
Yawho is a fast and simple program similar to 'w'.
For each logged in user yawho displays the connection type,
tty, login shell PID, 'from' host, and the user's current command.

WWW: http://wizard.ae.krakow.pl/~mike/
2000-12-16T01:50:49+00:00 security/p5-Crypt-SSLeay Perl5 interface to allow p5-libwww LWP to make https connections
This perl module provides support for the https protocol
under LWP, so that a LWP::UserAgent can make https GET &
HEAD & POST requests. Please see perldoc LWP for more
information on POST requests.

The Crypt::SSLeay package contains Net::SSL, which is
automatically loaded by LWP::Protocol::https on https
requests, and provides the necessary SSL glue for that
module to work via these deprecated modules:

Crypt::SSLeay::CTX
Crypt::SSLeay::Conn
Crypt::SSLeay::X509

Work on Crypt::SSLeay has been continued only to provide
https support for the LWP - libwww perl libraries. If you
want access to the OpenSSL API via perl, check out Sampo's
Net::SSLeay.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Crypt-SSLeay
2000-12-15T16:56:11+00:00 games/nonsense Nonsense text generator
From the nonsense README:

Nonsense generates random (and sometimes humorous) text from datafiles and
templates using a very simple, recursive grammar. It's like having a million
monkeys sitting in front of a million typewriters, without having to feed or
clean up after them. From fake Slashdot headlines to absurd college courses to
buzzword bingo cards, Nonsense is a good way to waste time.

WWW: http://nonsense.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-14T12:34:25+00:00 editors/moleskine A generic source code editor for the GNOME desktop
--- Moleskine - A generic source code editor for the GNOME desktop ---

Moleskine is a generic source code editor for the GNOME desktop. Author
targets it to be as powerful and flexible as NEdit <www.nedit.org>.

WWW: http://www.micampe.it/software/moleskine/
2000-12-14T12:24:39+00:00 x11-toolkits/py-gtkscintilla A Python bindings for gtkscintilla library
Python bindings for gtkscintilla library.

WWW: http://www.micampe.it/software/moleskine/
2000-12-14T12:18:25+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkscintilla A wrapper for the Scintilla editing component
This is GtkScintilla, a wrapper for the Scintilla (www.scintilla.org) editing
component wich adds some facility to this powerful component written by Neil
Hodgson (and may others).

Scintilla has two little problems:
- It is available only as a static library
- It has a strange (for Linux/GTK+ people) API

GtkScintilla addresses both:
- It is a shared library
- It is a true GtkWidget subclass with a GTK+ API

WWW: http://www.micampe.it/software/moleskine/
2000-12-14T03:40:31+00:00 net/linpopup X11 port of WinPopup
LinPopUp is a X11 port of Winpopup,
running over Samba. It permits to communicate with a
windows computer that run Winpopup, sending or receiving
message. (It also provides an alternative way
to communicate between Linux computers that run Samba).
Note that LinPopUp is not only a port, as it includes
several enhanced features.

WWW: http://www.littleigloo.org/

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-12-14T03:40:31+00:00 net-im/linpopup X11 port of WinPopup
LinPopUp is a X11 port of Winpopup,
running over Samba. It permits to communicate with a
windows computer that run Winpopup, sending or receiving
message. (It also provides an alternative way
to communicate between Linux computers that run Samba).
Note that LinPopUp is not only a port, as it includes
several enhanced features.

WWW: http://www.littleigloo.org/
2000-12-14T03:27:37+00:00 net/pdnsd Caching (permanently, writes to disk on exit) DNS proxy-server
pdnsd is a proxy dns server with permanent caching (the cache contents are
written to hard disk on exit) that is designed to cope with unreachable or
down dns servers (for example in dial-in networking).
pdnsd can be used with applications that do dns lookups, eg on startup, and
can't be configured to change that behavior, to prevent the often minute-long
hangs (or even crashes) that result from stalled dns queries. Some Netscape
Navigator versions for Unix, for example, expose this behavior.
pdnsd is configurable via a file and supports run-time configuration using the
program pdnsd-ctl that comes with pdnsd. This allows you to set the status
flags of servers that pdnsd knows (to influence which servers pdnsd will
query), and the addition, deletion and invalidation of DNS records in pdnsd's
cache.
Parallel name server queries are supported. This is a technique that allows
querying several servers at the same time so that very slow or unavailable
servers will not block the answer for one timeout interval.
Since version 1.0.0, pdnsd has full IPv6 support.

WWW: http://home.t-online.de/home/Moestl/

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-12-14T03:27:37+00:00 dns/pdnsd Caching (permanently, writes to disk on exit) DNS proxy-server
pdnsd is a proxy dns server with permanent caching (the cache contents are
written to hard disk on exit) that is designed to cope with unreachable or
down dns servers (for example in dial-in networking).
pdnsd can be used with applications that do dns lookups, eg on startup, and
can't be configured to change that behavior, to prevent the often minute-long
hangs (or even crashes) that result from stalled dns queries. Some Netscape
Navigator versions for Unix, for example, expose this behavior.
pdnsd is configurable via a file and supports run-time configuration using the
program pdnsd-ctl that comes with pdnsd. This allows you to set the status
flags of servers that pdnsd knows (to influence which servers pdnsd will
query), and the addition, deletion and invalidation of DNS records in pdnsd's
cache.
Parallel name server queries are supported. This is a technique that allows
querying several servers at the same time so that very slow or unavailable
servers will not block the answer for one timeout interval.
Since version 1.0.0, pdnsd has full IPv6 support.

WWW: http://members.home.nl/p.a.rombouts/pdnsd/
2000-12-13T21:44:33+00:00 www/mod_gzip2 Apache 2.x Internet Content Acceleration module
mod_gzip is an Internet Content Acceleration module for the popular
Apache Web Server.

mod_gzip uses the well established and publicly available IETF
Content-Encoding standards in conjunction with publicy available GZIP
compression libraries such as ZLIB to deliver dynamically compressed
content 'on the fly' to any browser or user-agent that is capable of
receiving it.

This is the updated mod_gzip for apache version 2.0 and above.
It has better compression and better logging than the builtin module
mod_deflate.
2000-12-13T21:44:33+00:00 www/mod_gzip An Internet Content Acceleration module for Apache
mod_gzip is an Internet Content Acceleration module for the popular
Apache Web Server.

mod_gzip uses the well established and publicly available IETF
Content-Encoding standards in conjunction with publicy available GZIP
compression libraries such as ZLIB to deliver dynamically compressed
content 'on the fly' to any browser or user-agent that is capable of
receiving it.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mod-gzip/
2000-12-13T17:57:09+00:00 net/p5-Net-Jabber Net::Jabber provides Perl Developer access to the Jabber protocol
Net::Jabber v1.0021

The Jabber Instant Messaging project is an Open Source project seeking
to provide a complete cross protocol messaging solution. The problem
with current IM solutions is that they are all proprietary and cannot
talk to each other. Jabber seeks to get rid of those barriers by
allowing a Jabber client to talk with an AOL user, or an IRC chat room,
or any number of other programs.

For more information about the Jabber project visit
WWW: http://www.jabber.org/

Net::Jabber is a collection of Perl modules that provide a Perl Developer
access to the Jabber protocol. Using OOP modules we provide a clean
interface to writing anything from a full client to a simple protocol
tester.

Ryan Eatmon
Jabber Perl Team Leader
reatmon@jabber.org

--
Yen-Ming Lee <leeym@cae.ce.ntu.edu.tw>
2000-12-13T17:57:09+00:00 net-im/p5-Net-Jabber Net::Jabber provides Perl Developer access to the Jabber protocol
Net::Jabber

The Jabber Instant Messaging project is an Open Source project seeking
to provide a complete cross protocol messaging solution. The problem
with current IM solutions is that they are all proprietary and cannot
talk to each other. Jabber seeks to get rid of those barriers by
allowing a Jabber client to talk with an AOL user, or an IRC chat room,
or any number of other programs.

For more information about the Jabber project visit
WWW: https://www.jabber.org/

Net::Jabber is a collection of Perl modules that provide a Perl Developer
access to the Jabber protocol. Using OOP modules we provide a clean
interface to writing anything from a full client to a simple protocol
tester.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Net-Jabber
2000-12-13T14:27:39+00:00 games/gnarr Program for generating battle cries
From the gnarr manpage:

Gnarr generates a dwarven battle cry using some preset
templates. It is based on the Dwarven Battle Cry Generator
that was in Dragon Magazine, with some additions.
2000-12-12T23:47:22+00:00 devel/pcl-cvs-emacs20 An Emacs-based front-end to CVS
PCL-CVS is a front-end to CVS. It integrates the most frequently
used CVS commands into emacs.

For VC users, PCL-CVS can be thought of as a VC-dired specially designed
for CVS. PCL-CVS is not a replacement for VC and is supposed to interact
well with it. It provides a global view of your project and allows
execution of cvs commands on several files at a time.
2000-12-12T23:42:21+00:00 devel/pcl-cvs-emacs An Emacs-based front-end to CVS
PCL-CVS is a front-end to CVS. It integrates the most frequently
used CVS commands into emacs.

For VC users, PCL-CVS can be thought of as a VC-dired specially designed
for CVS. PCL-CVS is not a replacement for VC and is supposed to interact
well with it. It provides a global view of your project and allows
execution of cvs commands on several files at a time.
2000-12-12T17:12:36+00:00 security/aescrypt Command-line AES encryption/decryption suite
From the aescrypt README.html:

This is a program for encrypting/decrypting streams of data using
Rijndael and Cipher Block Feedback mode (CFB-128).

...

5. This program was deliberately kept extremely simple. It is not
intended to be a full encryption solution, it is intended to be
used within scripts as part of a complete solution. Keychain
management, public key signatures, etc. are all expected to be
done external to this program.

WWW: http://aescrypt.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-12T16:01:22+00:00 german/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
2000-12-12T16:01:22+00:00 german/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.
Presentation Server expands the range of supported applications to
include legacy software and Web-based, UNIX and Java solutions. It
also enables any device or operating system including Macintosh and
Linux to access virtualized applications. Other important capabilities
are powerful management and configuration tools and faster, more
flexible printing.

WWW: http://www.citrix.com/English/ps2/products/product.asp?contentID=186
2000-12-12T15:34:16+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-Stream XML::Stream provides you with access to XML Stream
XML::Stream

This module provides you with access to XML Streams. An XML Stream
is just that. A stream of XML over a connection between two computers.
For more information about XML Streams, and the group that created them,
please visit:

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/XML-Stream
2000-12-12T14:37:13+00:00 devel/boaconstructor Cross platform RAD GUI Building IDE for wxPython
Boa Constructor is a cross platform RAD GUI Building IDE. It offers visual
frame creation and manipulation, an object inspector, many views on the source
like inheritance hierarchies, object methods and properties, html generated
from documentation strings, a debugger and integrated help. It is written in
Python and uses the wxPython toolkit which wraps wxWindows.

WWW: http://boa-constructor.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-12T11:12:57+00:00 misc/misterproper GNOME application designed to manage cyclic tasks
Mister Proper is a GNOME application designed to manage cyclic tasks. It was
especially designed to keep your house clean with the best possible tidying
organization.

Although Mister Proper is really handy as a time-scheduler for your home
tidying, it is also good at any cyclic task such as going to the doctor's,
giving your grandmother a phone call, and so on.

English and French locales are supported. If you are able to translate this
piece of software into other languages, please do. Patches, comments and
suggestions are also welcome.

WWW: http://misterproper.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-11T22:46:06+00:00 x11-wm/e16utils Standalone menu and keybinding editors for enlightenment 0.16
Standalone menu and keybinding editors for enlightment 0.16.
2000-12-11T17:32:56+00:00 converters/cn2jp A library for code translation between Chinese and Japanese
cn2jp -- library for code translation between Chinese and Japanese
including Chinese {GB,Big5,HZ} and Japanese (EUC-Jis/Shift-Jis/Jis)

Version 1.4, Aug 1, 1996

Seke Wei
(seke@sys.es.osaka-u.ac.jp)
2000-12-11T09:47:26+00:00 chinese/vflib Vector font library with free vector font, BIG5 and GB supported
VFlib is a vector font library. TrueType, Zeit, JG, BDF fonts
are supported. It also supports FreeType library, which uses
hinting information in TrueType, so clearer output is possible.

See /usr/local/lib/VFlib/doc/man.ps (in Japanese) or the following
URL for more details.

This port can use Chinese BIG5 and GB encoded fonts.

WWW: http://www-masu.ist.osaka-u.ac.jp/~kakugawa/VFlib/
2000-12-11T02:40:55+00:00 print/pips900 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-900C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-900C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:40:13+00:00 print/pips750_2000 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-750C PM-2000C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-750C PM-2000C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:39:32+00:00 print/pips670 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-670C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-670C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:38:56+00:00 print/pips3300 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-3300C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-3300C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:38:13+00:00 print/pips3000 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-3000C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-3000C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:20:42+00:00 print/pips2200 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-2200C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-2200C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-12-11T02:08:23+00:00 japanese/pips900
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-900C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter900.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm900c|EPSON PM-900C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips900/filter900.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm900c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips900 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-11T02:07:51+00:00 japanese/pips750_2000
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-750C PM-2000C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter750_2000.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm750c_2000c|EPSON PM-750C PM-2000C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips750_2000/filter750_2000.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm750c_2000c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips750_2000 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-11T02:07:20+00:00 japanese/pips670
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-670C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter670.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm670c|EPSON PM-670C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips670/filter670.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm670c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips670 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-11T02:06:50+00:00 japanese/pips3300
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-3300C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter3300.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm3300c|EPSON PM-3300C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips3300/filter3300.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm3300c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips3300 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-11T02:05:38+00:00 japanese/pips3000
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-3000C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter3000.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm3000c|EPSON PM-3000C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips3000/filter3000.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm3000c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips3000 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-11T02:02:02+00:00 japanese/pips2200
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-2200C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter2200.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm2200c|EPSON PM-2200C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips2200/filter2200.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm2200c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips2200 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-12-10T19:59:41+00:00 devel/elib-emacs20
2000-12-10T19:48:21+00:00 devel/elib Collection of useful routines for Emacs lisp programs
Elib, the GNU Emacs Lisp Library, is a collection of useful routines
for Emacs lisp programs which don't have to be reinvented each time
a new program is written.

Elib provides features of:
- container data structures (queues, stacks, AVL trees, etc)
- string handling functions missing in standard Emacs
- minibuffer handling functions missing in standard Emacs
- routines for handling lists of so-called cookies in a buffer.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/elib/elib.html
2000-12-10T19:48:21+00:00 devel/elib-emacs
Elib, the GNU Emacs Lisp Library, is a collection of useful routines
for Emacs lisp programs which don't have to be reinvented each time
a new program is written.

Elib provides features of:
- container data structures (queues, stacks, AVL trees, etc)
- string handling functions missing in standard Emacs
- minibuffer handling functions missing in standard Emacs
- routines for handling lists of so-called cookies in a buffer.

ELIB is installed into the following directory tree:
PREFIX/share/emacs/site-lisp/elib/ --- elib

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/elib/elib.html
2000-12-08T21:48:17+00:00 devel/gvd GNU Visual Debugger, a graphical front-end to gdb and jdb
GVD stands for "GNU Visual Debugger"

It is an extensible graphical debugger licensed under the GNU General Public
License and written in Ada using GNAT and the GtkAda graphical toolkit.

WWW: https://libre2.adacore.com/gvd/
2000-12-08T21:33:54+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkada Ada graphical toolkit based on Gtk2+
GtkAda is an Ada graphical toolkit based on Gtk+ widgets using the
object-oriented features of the language. Gtk+ is a graphical toolkit
written in C for X-Window and Win32 that was originally developed as
the basis for GIMP.

WWW: http://libre.adacore.com/libre/tools/gtkada/
2000-12-08T21:33:54+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkada-devel Gtk2 binding for Ada
GtkAda is an Ada95 graphical toolkit based on Gtk+, providing the complete set
of Gtk+ widgets using the Object-Oriented features of this language. GtkAda
supports the latest 2.2 and 2.4 stable releases.

WWW: https://libre2.adacore.com/GtkAda/
2000-12-08T10:30:23+00:00 lang/compaq-cc Compaq Alpha Tru64 C compiler
`ccc' is the Compaq C compiler for Linux Alpha. It is a port of the same
compiler that is available on the Compaq Tru64 UNIX platform (and also on
OpenVMS Alpha). The compiler produces excellent optimized code for the
Alpha architecture, particularly for floating-point intensive applications.

See the on-line usage docs at
ftp://ftp.compaq.com/pub/products/C-CXX/linux/compaq_c_v62/docs/ccc/readme.htm

WWW: http://h30097.www3.hp.com/dtk/compaqc_ov.html
2000-12-07T18:05:12+00:00 audio/gsi General sound interface
From the home page:
GSI is an easy to use audio system which can be used over a network
and which gives applications, through a very simple API, sample
playing with stereo, 3D, doppler effects, music playing (MIDI, HMP,
MUS), cd playing and ejecting/changing.

GSI also contains a separately usable sound/music
loading/saving/format conversion library libgsif
(au/aiff/voc/wav/raw, midi/hmp/mus), although saving/format
conversion is not completely done.

GSI runs on any unix system that has generic /dev/audio (8000Hz mono
mulaw), OSS, ultrasound project drivers, or NAS (well, it did once, I
need to update the NAS stuff), e.g. Linux, OpenBSD and FreeBSD. CD
playing is dependent on the OS' ioctl's and structs so that probably
works on linux/*BSD only (Solaris may work, as it seems to use the
same ioctl's/structs as Linux).

License: 2-clause BSD-style for code / public domain for headers
WWW: http://gsi.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-07T12:50:57+00:00 misc/pybliographer GUI and command-line tools for editing and searching bibliographic databases
Pybliographer is a tool for handling databases of bibliographic references.
It provides an homogeneous interface (with powerful editing and searching
features) for several bibliographic database formats - currently supported
are BibTeX, Medline, Ovid and Refer. In addition, it can export references
directly to LyX.

Both a scriptable command-line interface ("pybliographer") and a GNOME-
compliant GUI ("pybliographic") are installed by the port.

Pybliographer is written in Python, and some Python knowledge would be
helpful in making the most of the command-line environment and when doing
advanced searches. The GUI version, on the other hand, is extremely novice-
friendly.

Author: Frederic Gobry <gobry@users.sourceforge.net>
WWW: http://www.pybliographer.org/

-- Johann Visagie <johann@egenetics.com>
2000-12-07T03:29:32+00:00 java/linux-sun-jdk13 Sun Java Development Kit 1.3 for Linux
Sun Java Development Kit 1.3 for Linux.

WWW: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/
2000-12-07T03:29:32+00:00 java/linux-jdk13
Sun Java Development Kit 1.3 for Linux.

WWW: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/
2000-12-06T22:48:44+00:00 sysutils/fsck_ext2fs Ext2fs filesystem consistency check and interactive repair
Second Extended File System consistency check and interactive repair

Performs interactive filesystem consistency checks and repair for each of
the filesystems specified on the command line.

Ported from OpenBSD 2.8

WWW: http://www.openbsd.org/

- Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-12-06T22:10:07+00:00 japanese/xyaku General dictionary/search engine front-end for X
xyaku is a general dictionary/search engine front-end for X.

xyaku invokes an add-in command by hitting a specified key
combination, and sends the contents of X selection buffer into
add-in's stdin, and receives the output from its stdout, then shows
the result in a pop-up window.

WWW: http://www.sepia.dti.ne.jp/inoue/software/xyaku/
2000-12-06T18:23:05+00:00 java/gnu-regexp A regexp library for Java
The gnu.regexp package is a pure-Java implementation of a traditional
(non-POSIX) NFA regular expression engine. Its syntax can emulate
many popular development tools, including awk, sed, emacs, perl and
grep.

WWW: http://www.cacas.org/java/gnu/regexp/
2000-12-06T16:47:26+00:00 www/linux-opera7 A blazingly fast, full-featured, standards-compliant browser
Opera 7 is a substantial upgrade, with code rewritten from the rendering engine
and up, resulting in the fastest, smallest, most full-featured desktop browser
ever released.

-New rendering engine
Opera's new rendering engine supports W3C's DOM (Document Object Model) level 2,
non-standard dynamic HTML (DHTML), CSS1 and CSS2, ECMAScript, and has improved
HTML 4.01 support, as well as complete support for WML 1.3 and 2.0. It is
faster, smaller and can dynamically change documents through DOM.

-M2 -- new e-mail client
Opera's new e-mail client, M2, automatically categorizes and sorts e-mail
messages by contact and has an integrated spam filter. Innovative features such
as QuickReply and QuickFind lets users answer or find e-mails at unrivalled
speed. M2 supports POP3, IMAP, ESMTP, and threaded display of mailing lists.
In addition, M2 supports news servers with password authentication.

WWW: http://www.opera.com/
2000-12-06T16:47:26+00:00 www/linux-opera Blazingly fast, full-featured, standards-compliant browser
Opera Software ASA is an industry leader in the development of Web browsers
for the desktop, device and mobile markets. The Opera browser has received
international recognition from end-users and the industry press for being
faster, smaller and more standards-compliant than other browsers, and it has
gathered a cult following on the net.

WWW: http://www.opera.com/
2000-12-06T16:47:26+00:00 www/linux-opera-devel A blazingly fast, full-featured, standards-compliant browser (next version)
Opera Software ASA is an industry leader in the development of Web browsers
for the desktop, device and mobile markets. The Opera browser has received
international recognition from end-users and the industry press for being
faster, smaller and more standards-compliant than other browsers, and it has
gathered a cult following on the net.

WWW: http://www.opera.com/
2000-12-06T16:39:24+00:00 devel/kelp KeLP is a software infrastructure for parallel computing
KeLP is designed and maintained by a group at the University of California
at San Diego. Associate Professor Scott B. Baden of Computer Science and
Engineering is the director of the KeLP Project KeLP was part of the
dissertation topic of Stephen J. Fink (Ph.D. 1998) and portions of a
prototype of KeLP were developed by Scott R. Kohn (Ph.D. 1995). KeLP is
supported by the NSF, the University of California, San Diego, and the
National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI).
KeLP is part of NPACI's Kommon Adaptive Runtime Environment (KARTE) effort.

KeLP (Kernel Lattice Parallelism) is an infrastructure/interface to
FORTRAN 77 or C numeric kernels using FORTRAN array ordering. It is usually
used for structured block-irregular grid computational applications.
KeLP uses coarse-grain data parallelism for its parallel model and should
be run on message-passing parallel computers.
KeLP is targeted towards adaptive mesh refinement applications and
single-grid calculations requiring uniform or non-uniform decompositions
across machine processors. Applications manipulate data decompositions as
language objects through region calculus operations.

WWW: http://www-cse.ucsd.edu/groups/hpcl/scg/kelp/index.html
- Keichii <keichii@iteration.net>
2000-12-06T15:20:35+00:00 japanese/ryaku-fpw Abbreviation (alphabet-->Japanese) dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
This dictionary is an abbreviation (alphabet-->Japanese) dictionary
whose Japanese name is "Ryakugo Jisyo". It was produced by Mr. Yoshio
Kobayashi.

This file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081
format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be
used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or
MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://www.inv.co.jp/~yoshio/DW/Ryaku/Ryaku.htm

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-12-06T13:56:28+00:00 www/bk2site Transforms Netscape bookmarks into a Yahoo-like website
bk2site will transform your Netscape bookmarks file into a yahoo-like website
with slashdot-like news. Its goal is to enable the user to establish zero-
maintenance high-value (small) websites.

* Includes hit-counter and display feature (see which URLs are popular).
* Includes integrated cgi-bin search.pl program.
* Nice-looking output.
* Powerful customization.
* Inserts navigation information into the top of each page.
* Puts a "new" icon next to new entries.
* Supports any other icon(s) (e.g., cool.gif, hot.gif) you might want to show.
* Puts New Additions on the front page.
* Puts News Items on the front page.
* Supports URL and directory aliases.
* Use PRIVATE keyword to keep some URLs/folders from appearing.
* You can use it to automatically generate almost any sort of structured text
file, such as a My.Netscape channel
* (see mynetscapebase.rdf), an email newsletter, etc.
* It can also download (http) other people's channels (RSS files) and display
their contents in the generated web pages.

WWW: http://bk2site.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-06T05:43:03+00:00 astro/p5-GPS Perl interface to GPS receivers
This is a Perl module that gives access to several GPS protocols, such as
Garmin, NMEA, and Magellan. It works in Unix and Win32.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/perl-GPS
2000-12-05T17:44:36+00:00 graphics/threeDS A Python module and viewer for loading and displaying models in 3DS format
ThreeDS is a Python module for loading and displaying 3D models in the
3DStudio Max 3DS format. It comes with view3DS, a simple model viewer written
in Python.

WWW: http://www.demonseed.net/~jp/code/threeDS/index.html
2000-12-05T15:23:17+00:00 devel/avr-libc C and math library for the Atmel AVR controller family
avr-libc -- a C and math library for the Atmel AVR controller family

This library implements a subset of common C library functions, some
Atmel AVR specific additions (like handling AVR's IO facilities,
EEPROM etc.), as well as a 32-bit floating point math library (-lm).

Everything is designed and implemented to cooperate with avr-gcc and
avr-binutils.

WWW: http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/avr-libc
2000-12-05T15:21:02+00:00 devel/avr-gcc FSF GCC for Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC cross-development
FSF gcc-4.x for Atmel AVR cross-development

Included is the basic C++ compiler, although this is only of limited
use without a libstdc++.

Supported debugging formats: -gdwarf-2 [default], -gstabs

Locally added support for the following AVR devices:

ATmega64RFR2, ATmega644RFR2, ATmega128RFR2, ATmega1284RFR2,
ATmega256RFR2, ATmega2564RFR2

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/
2000-12-05T15:21:02+00:00 devel/avr-gcc-3 FSF GCC 3.x for Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC cross-development
FSF gcc-3.x for Atmel AVR cross-development

This brings the gcc compiler to the Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC family of
microcontrollers.

Supported debugging formats: -gstabs [default] and -gdwarf-2
Locally hack added: recognizes 0bXXX binary constants
Locally added support for the following AVR devices:

ATtiny13/ATtiny2313 ATtiny24/ATtiny44/ATtiny84
ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85 ATtiny261/ATtiny461/ATtiny861
ATmega48/ATmega88/ATmega168 ATmega406
ATmega164P/ATmega324P/ATmega644/ATmega644P
ATmega165/ATmega165P/ATmega169P
ATmega325/ATmega3250/ATmega645/ATmega6450
ATmega329/ATmega3290/ATmega649/ATmega6490
ATmega640/ATmega1280/ATmega1281 AT90PWM2/AT90PWM3
AT90CAN32/64/128 AT90USB646/647/1286/1287

WWW: http://gcc.gnu.org/
WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/avr-libc/
2000-12-05T15:17:47+00:00 devel/avr-binutils GNU binutils for AVR cross-development
GNU binutils for Atmel AVR cross-development

Prerequisite for the GCC for AVR cross-compilation environment.

Still included is the "AVR COFF beta" patch. It allows avr-objcopy to
generate AVR (extended) COFF files to be used on Atmel AVR Studio and
VMLAB. Note that this patch has known issues, see
http://www.sax.de/~joerg/README.coff-avr-patch

The support for additional devices has been synchronize with the
latest public Atmel AVR Tools package.

WWW: http://www.sourceware.org/binutils/
2000-12-05T13:54:17+00:00 graphics/vid Grab images from USB Cameras using the OV511 and OV511+ chipset
The ovtvid-bsd project has written for FreeBSD and NetBSD) a simple-minded
image capture program for USB webcams based on the OmniVision Technologies
OV511/OV511+ bridge chip attached to an OV7610 CCD imager.

This includes inexpensive webcams such as:
* Creative Labs WebCam 3
* D-Link DSB-C300
* Puretek PT-6007
* Alpha Vision Koala-Cam
* Lifeview RoboCam
* AverMedia InterCam Elite
* MediaForte MV300
* Trust Spacec@m 300

The program is heavily based on the OV511 Linux driver by Mark W. McClelland.
Recent versions of that driver support a wider array of cameras; if it supports
something that this program doesn't then contact us and we'll see what we can do.

WWW: http://ovtvid-bsd.sourceforge.net/
2000-12-05T12:28:51+00:00 japanese/wxg
WXG is a Kana-Kanji conversion server compatible with Canna. Thus you
can use WXG from any Canna-compliant client program such as kinput2,
Mule, and canuum.

Copyright(C) 2000 A.I.SOFT, INC. All Rights Reserved.

Briefly you can use it without charge so long as it is used either on
a single computer or by a single person. For further licence details,
please refer to the following website.

WWW: http://www.ekotoba.com/download/dl-soft.html (In Japanese)
2000-12-05T12:04:46+00:00 japanese/epic4 The (E)nhanced (P)rogrammable (I)RC-II (C)lient with Japanese support
EPIC4 is a new direction in ircII development. No longer is EPIC 100%
backwards compatible with ircII, but instead those things where
compatibility is undesirable have been found and fixed. No gratuitous
incompatibilities have been added, but lots of new code has been added to
make EPIC the best ircII client available.

EPIC no longer shares any file names with ircII, so they should happily
co-exist.

WWW: http://www.epicsol.org/

Japanese support patch was originally done by Atsushi Tagami
and made available at the following web site.
2000-12-04T20:49:26+00:00 www/reportmagic Web site statistics post-processor for Analog
Report Magic for Analog is an add-on formatting utility for Analog
web site statistics software. Report Magic uses the statistics generated
by Analog and formatting options set by you to make readable, presentable
reports of your Web site data.

WWW: http://www.reportmagic.org
2000-12-04T11:10:33+00:00 net/xsmbrowser Tcl/Tk port of Windows Network Neighborhood
xSMBrowser is a Gui over the Samba utilities that allows users to easily
browse Microsoft networks. It was designed using Linux, but, because it
does not use smbfs to view files, it runs on almost all Unix (Solaris, OSF1,
NetBSD ... )

WWW: http://www2.iastate.edu/~chadspen/
2000-12-03T21:01:58+00:00 www/webstone-ssl World wide web server benchmarking with SSL support
WebStone is free benchmarking tool for web servers available from
Mindcraft. The version available here has been SSL enabled, so secure
web servers can be benchmarked using our version. In addition to the
default configuration parameters, the following can be specified:

1. SSL_VERSION: SSLv2, SSLv23 or SSLv3 (default SSLv3)

2. SSL_CIPHER(SSL preferred cipher): use ssl ciphers specified in
ssl[2,3].h, e.g RC4-SHA, IDEA-CBC-SHA, DH-DSS-DES-CBC3-SHA
(default EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA). Specifying an SSLv2 cipher in
SSLv3 mode won't work (and vice versa)

3. SSL_CACHE_MODE(client cache mode): ON, OFF (default OFF)

4. SSL_MIX(percentage HTTPS connections, remaining connections are
filled in with HTTP connections): 0.0-1.0 (default 1.0)

5. HTTPS_PORT: port (default 8443)

WWW: http://crypto.stanford.edu/~nagendra/projects/WebStone/
2000-12-03T20:48:23+00:00 x11-fonts/geminifonts Ukrainian KOI8 fonts for X11R6 (koi8-u)
This package contains the set of ukrainian fonts for X11 Release 6.
Copyright (C) 1995 Victor Forsyuk <victor@gu.net>

This set is based on so-called "Cronyx" font set, that was copyrighted
by Cronyx Ltd.: Copyright (C) 1994-1995 Cronyx Ltd.

Under no circumstances is the author responsible for the proper
functioning of this software, nor does the author assume any
responsibility for damages incurred with its use.

This port also creates two aliases for each of the fonts -- for koi8-r
encoding (koi8-u is a superset of koi8-r anyway) and for cronyx foundry.
Some applications (gtk?) look for -cronyx-*- and/or *-koi8-r explicitly,
but there is no reason why this fonts cannot be used in those cases.
2000-12-03T20:34:35+00:00 sysutils/rotate log rotate
log rotate
2000-12-03T20:26:18+00:00 graphics/scrot Screen capture utility that utilizes Imlib2
A screen capture CLI utility that utilizes Imlib2.

It has the following set of features:

- user-definable time delay
- image quality control
- interactive rectangular mouse selection of any screen part
- screen capture for individual windows
- scriptable screen shot processing

Although scrot is no longer in active development, it is still widely used
today. Similar programs, which were either based on or inspired by scrot, are
graphics/maim and x11/slop.

WWW: https://github.com/dreamer/scrot
2000-12-03T20:21:20+00:00 graphics/geist An object-based image creation/layout application
Geist is an object/vector based image manipulation package in its early
stage of development.

Basically, the idea of Geist is to be able to lay out images, shapes, etc,
whilst supporting full RGBA colorspace. Layered, transparent objects a
speciality.

Geist can currently export to every file format supported by Imlib2, plus
it uses its own XML file format for saving documents between editing
sessions.

WWW: http://linuxbrit.co.uk/geist/
2000-12-03T16:37:25+00:00 comms/comserv Access local serial ports via network connections
The comservd program provides a facility to access network terminal
server serial ports, such as those available on Xyplex terminal server
models, via /dev device file entries. This allows programs such as
tip(1) to access devices connected to the terminal server serial
ports.

Additionally, comservd can serve up local serial ports to remote
systems, effectively turning the system running comservd into a
terminal server with respect to its own local serial ports.

WWW: http://BSDforge.com/projects/comms/comserv/
2000-12-02T16:31:57+00:00 chinese/chinput2 Another Chinese GB2312 and Big5 X11 input server
Implementation of HanZi QuanPin(GB2312 and Big5 ) input method.

X11 Chinese(HanZi) GB2312 and Big5 input server.

-- Peng HaiJie (phj@cn.freebsd.org)
2000-12-01T04:49:28+00:00 chinese/emacs20
2000-11-30T16:29:46+00:00 archivers/libcabinet Portable library and utility to use Microsoft cabinet files (.cab)
A portable library and small utility that can be used to create, use, and
modify Microsoft cabinet files (.cab) on any system.
2000-11-30T15:11:59+00:00 japanese/wwasw-fpw Biographical dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
This biographical dictionary was produced by PROJECT GUTENBERG. This
file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081 format
(that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be used by
EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://promo.net/pg/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:11:21+00:00 japanese/fumeikai-fpw Abbreviation (alphabet-->Japanese) dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
This is an abbreviation (alphabet-->Japanese) dictionary whose
Japanese name is Ryakugo Jisyo. It was produced by Fumeikai Ryakugo
Jiten Hensyu committee.

This file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081
format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be
used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or
MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://www1.nisiq.net/~cpulot/Dic.htm

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:10:37+00:00 japanese/roget-fpw Roget's Thesaurus (EPWING V1 format)
Roget's Thesaurus was produced by PROJECT GUTENBERG. This file is
converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081 format (that is
a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be used by EPWING
viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://promo.net/pg/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:09:58+00:00 japanese/pejv-fpw Esperanto-Japanese dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
This Esperanto-Japanese dictionary was produced by Mr. HIROTAKA
Masaaki. This file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS
X 4081 format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this
can be used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows
or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://www2.saganet.ne.jp/vastalto/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:09:15+00:00 japanese/lsd-fpw Japanese - English Dictionary for Life Science (EPWING V1 format)
This Japanese <--> English dictionary for Life Science was produced by
Lsd Project. This file is converted from the original dictionary
into JIS X 4081 format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by
FreePWING. So these can be used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the
other OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://lsd.pharm.kyoto-u.ac.jp/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:07:31+00:00 japanese/flower-fpw Dictionary for flowers (EPWING V1 format)
This flower dictionary was produced by Mr. Yoshio Kobayashi. This
file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081 format
(that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be used by
EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://www.inv.co.jp/~yoshio/DW/Flower/Flower.htm

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:06:54+00:00 japanese/devil-fpw Devil's dictionary (EPWING V1 format)
Devil's Dictionary was produced by PROJECT GUTENBERG. This file is
converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081 format (that is
a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be used by EPWING
viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://promo.net/pg/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:06:17+00:00 japanese/bible_names-fpw Dictionary for HITCHCOCK'S BIBLE NAMES (EPWING V1 format)
HITCHCOCK'S BIBLE NAMES Dictionary was produced by Mr. Brad Haugaard.
This file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081
format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be
used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or
MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
ftp://ccel.wheaton.edu/ebooks/HTML/bible_names/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:05:19+00:00 japanese/CGdic-fpw Japanese dictionary for CG (EPWING V1 format)
This alphabet-->Japanese dictionary for CG was produced by Yoshikawa
Lab. in College of Science and Technology, Department of Electronic
Engineering, Nihon University.

This file is converted from the original dictionary into JIS X 4081
format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by FreePWING. So this can be
used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other OS (e.g. Windows or
MacOS).

o URL for the original dictionary:
http://www.ecs.cst.nihon-u.ac.jp/oyl/CG/yougo/yougo.html

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T15:02:59+00:00 japanese/ASCIIdates98-fpw Japanese dictionary for PC terms in '98 ASCII Dates Book (EPWING V1 format)
This PC terms dictionary was in '98 ASCII Dates Book and produced by
Mr. Takuya Shimura. This file is converted from the original
dictionary into JIS X 4081 format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by
FreePWING. So this can be used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other
OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-11-30T14:21:28+00:00 archivers/cabextract Program to extract Microsoft cabinet (.CAB) files
The cabextract is Free Software for extracting Microsoft cabinet files,
also called .CAB files, on UNIX or UNIX-like systems. The cabextract is
distributed under the GPL license. It is based on the portable LGPL libmspack
library. cabextract supports all special features and all compression
formats of Microsoft cabinet files.

WWW: https://www.cabextract.org.uk/
2000-11-29T02:29:03+00:00 net/tcpreplay A tool to replay saved packet capture files
Tcpreplay is aimed at testing the performance of a Network Intrusion Detection
System by replaying real background network traffic in which to hide attacks.

Tcpreplay allows you to control the speed at which the traffic is replayed,
and can replay arbitrary libpcap traces.

Unlike programmatically-generated artificial traffic which doesn't exercise
the application/protocol inspection that a NIDS performs, and doesn't
reproduce the real-world anomalies that appear on production networks
(asymmetric routes, traffic bursts/lulls, fragmentation, retransmissions,
etc.), tcpreplay allows for exact replication of real traffic seen on real
networks.

WWW: http://www.sf.net/projects/tcpreplay
2000-11-29T02:29:03+00:00 net-mgmt/tcpreplay Tool to replay saved packet capture files
Tcpreplay is aimed at testing the performance of a Network Intrusion Detection
System by replaying real background network traffic in which to hide attacks.

Tcpreplay allows you to control the speed at which the traffic is replayed,
and can replay arbitrary libpcap traces.

Unlike programmatically-generated artificial traffic which doesn't exercise
the application/protocol inspection that a NIDS performs, and doesn't
reproduce the real-world anomalies that appear on production networks
(asymmetric routes, traffic bursts/lulls, fragmentation, retransmissions,
etc.), tcpreplay allows for exact replication of real traffic seen on real
networks.

WWW: https://github.com/appneta/tcpreplay
2000-11-27T18:00:45+00:00 chinese/enscript
2000-11-27T16:44:31+00:00 misc/metatheme2 An utility for managing "theme sets" that accomodate gtk, window manager, etc
This is metatheme, an application for managing "theme sets" that accomodate
gtk+, your window manager, etc etc.
2000-11-27T16:44:31+00:00 misc/metatheme
This is metatheme, an application for managing "theme sets" that accomodate
gtk+, your window manager, etc etc.
2000-11-27T13:54:39+00:00 editors/scite Full-featured SCIntilla based text editor for GTK/GNOME
SciTE is a SCIntilla based Text Editor. Originally built to demonstrate
Scintilla, it has grown to be a generally useful editor with facilities for
building and running programs. It is best used for jobs with simple
configurations - I use it for building test and demonstration programs as well
as SciTE and Scintilla, themselves.

WWW: http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html
2000-11-27T13:38:24+00:00 x11-toolkits/scintilla Full-featured free source code editing component for GTK+
Scintilla is a free source code editing component. As well as features found in
standard text editing components, Scintilla includes features especially useful
when editing and debugging source code. These include support for syntax
styling, error indicators, code completion and call tips. The selection margin
can contain markers like those used in debuggers to indicate breakpoints and the
current line. Styling choices are more open than with many editors, allowing the
use of proportional fonts, bold and italics, multiple foreground and background
colours and multiple fonts. It comes with complete source code and may be used
in any free project or commercial product.

WWW: http://www.scintilla.org/
2000-11-27T12:50:43+00:00 chinese/ghostscript6
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.

This port includes add-on packages (not part of the official gs release)
o Support for pdfencrypt, see description on
- http://www.ozemail.com.au/~geoffk/pdfencrypt/
o Additional driver support
- http://www.proaxis.com/~mgelhaus/linux/software/hp880c/hp880c.html
- ftp://ftp.sbs.de/pub/graphics/ghostscript/pcl3/pcl3.html (HPDJ drv)
o Additional contributed uniprint driver profiles for
- Epson Stylus Color 740 and Epson LQ-1170

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

WWW: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/index.html
2000-11-26T14:30:55+00:00 misc/rname Execute a program with a fake name
This is a simple utility to execute a program under a different name.

WWW: http://devel.ringlet.net/sysutils/rname/
2000-11-26T14:24:04+00:00 misc/histring Highlight strings using the ANSI terminal escape sequences
From the histring README:

This program simply highlights strings using ANSI terminal escape codes. It
started out as sample code for using regular expressions but it turned out that
I used it so much that I thought it warrented a release.

One of the most common things I use the program for is helping me parse the
output of grep and diff. I think that this programs functionality should be
folded in to those programs but until then histring does the job nicely.

WWW: https://github.com/suntong/histring
2000-11-26T14:16:22+00:00 www/comclear History cleaner for Netscape Navigator and Communicator
ComClear is a history cleaner for Netscape Navigator and Communicator.
It allows a user to choose from deleting the cache, cookies, history
and drop-down list.

Comclear has both a command-line version and a GTK+ version, the latter
of which is run automatically when comclear is run from an X session.

Author: Luke Reeves <luke@neuro-tech.net>
WWW: http://lukereeves.com/
2000-11-26T14:03:56+00:00 x11/xvkbd Virtual keyboard for X applications
xvkbd is a virtual (graphical) keyboard program for X Window System
which provides facility to enter characters onto other clients
(softwares) by clicking on a keyboard displayed on the screen. This may
be used for systems without a hardware keyboard such as kiosk terminals
or handheld devices. This program also has facility to send characters
specified as the command line option to another client.

WWW: http://homepage3.nifty.com/tsato/xvkbd/
2000-11-26T04:53:53+00:00 x11-fm/rox-filer Simple and easy to use graphical file manager
ROX-Filer is a simple and easy to use graphical file
manager for X11, the windowing system used on Unix and
Unix-like operating systems.

WWW: http://rox.sourceforge.net/phpwiki/index.php/ROX-Filer
2000-11-26T04:52:13+00:00 x11-fm/rox-base Resources needed by several ROX desktop applications
This package contains resources needed by several other applications,
including ROX-Filer. It contains:

- Rules for guessing a file's type from its extension.
- Icons to represent the various types.
- A few default programs to edit the various types.

WWW: http://rox.sourceforge.net/
2000-11-25T20:19:42+00:00 www/skipstone Web browser that uses the mozilla-embedded renderer
SkipStone is a web browser that is indended for just browsing the web. It does
not include features to read email, edit html, or use newsgroups. It does
have a number of interesting features such as tabbed mode, where many pages
can appear within a single notebook-like window. SkipStone is built around
the Mozilla page rendering system.

WWW: http://www.muhri.net/skipstone/
2000-11-23T14:13:42+00:00 math/ruby-bitvector Efficient Ruby bit vector extension
BitVector is a fairly extensive and fast BitVector class for Ruby.
Handles sequences of up to 2**32-1 bits (about 500 Mb). Implemented
as a wrapper around Bit::Vector version 6.3 by Steffen Beyer.

Authors: Robert Feldt <feldt@ce.chalmers.se>,
Akinori MUSHA <knu@iDaemons.org>
WWW: http://www.ce.chalmers.se/~feldt/ruby/extensions/bitvector/
2000-11-23T08:23:52+00:00 irc/iroffer IRC "bot" that makes sharing files via DCC extremely easy
iroffer is a fileserver for irc (commonly referred to as a DCC bot). It
uses the DCC feature of irc to send files to other users. iroffer will
connect to an irc server and let people request files from it. iroffer
is not a script, it is a standalone executable written in C.

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://iroffer.org/
2000-11-23T05:02:14+00:00 devel/p5-PathTools Perl module for portably manipulating file specifications
Cwd provides functions for determining the pathname of the current working
directory. It is recommended that getcwd (or another *cwd() function) be used in
all code to ensure portability. By default, it exports the functions cwd(),
getcwd(), fastcwd(), and fastgetcwd() (and, on Win32, getdcwd()) into the
caller's namespace.

File::Spec is designed to support operations commonly performed on file
specifications (usually called "file names", but not to be confused with the
contents of a file, or Perl's file handles), such as concatenating several
directory and file names into a single path, or determining whether a path is
rooted.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/PathTools
2000-11-23T05:02:14+00:00 devel/p5-File-Spec A Perl module for portably manipulating file specifications
This module is designed to support operations commonly performed on file
specifications (usually called "file names", but not to be confused with
the contents of a file, or Perl's file handles), such as concatenating
several directory and file names into a single path, or determining
whether a path is rooted.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/File-Spec/
2000-11-23T04:59:02+00:00 databases/p5-ApacheDBILogger A module that tracks what's being transferred in a DBI database
This module tracks what's being transfered by the Apache web
server in a SQL database (everything with a DBI/DBD driver).
This allows to get statistics (of almost everything) without
having to parse the log files (like the Apache::Traffic module,
just in a "real" database, and with a lot more logged
information).
2000-11-23T04:44:53+00:00 databases/p5-ApacheDBILogConfig Perl module that logs access information in a DBI database
This module replicates the functionality of the standard Apache
module, mod_log_config, but logs information in a DBI-compliant
database instead of a file.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Apache-DBILogConfig/
2000-11-22T17:51:42+00:00 net/openh323proxy Proxy for H323 Videoconferencing app (OhPhone,GnomeMeeting,NetMeeting)
OpenH323Proxy is a Gatekeeper and Proxy for Video Conferencing and
Internet Phone (VoIP) applications using the H323 protocol.

The H323 protocol is used by OpenH323, OhPhone and Microsoft's NetMeeting
plus many other applications.

It makes use of PWLib and the OpenH323 stack from Equivalence Ltd Pty
and as it is based on OpenGatekeeper from Egoboo, it is a
gatekeeper as well as a proxy.

WWW: http://openh323proxy.sourceforge.net/

and

WWW: http://www.openh323.org/
2000-11-22T13:53:23+00:00 net/openmcu OpenMCU hosts a conference call for H323 Video Conferencing users
OpenMCU is a H323 Multipoint Conference Unit.

It allows several people to take part in the same Video Conference or
Internet Phone Call (VoIP) when using program using the H323 protocols.

Applications using H323 include OpenH323, OhPhone, GnomeMeeting
and Microsoft's NetMeeting.

It makes use of PWLib and the OpenH323 stack from Equivalence Ltd Pty
2000-11-21T06:53:17+00:00 x11/wmmenu A popup menu of icons that launch programs for the WindowMaker dock
A dockapp for WindowMaker that provides a popup menu of icons that launch
applications, like in AfterStep. The program can be run more than once at
the same time, which allows many different menus, each one described in a
separate file.

WWW: http://www.fcoutant.freesurf.fr/wmmenu.html

Jeremy
karlj000@unbc.ca
2000-11-20T08:28:04+00:00 x11-toolkits/eazel-themes A nice GTK+ and Sawfish themes created by Eazel
A quick Eazel GTK+ and Sawfish themes used for the demo stations at Linux
World 2000.
2000-11-20T00:49:55+00:00 misc/tvguide Perl script to pretty-print TV Guide listings from www.tvguide.com
tvguide is a Perl script that reads the tv listings from tvguide.com
and outputs them in a table format.
2000-11-19T22:06:30+00:00 net/ruby-pcap Ruby interface to LBL Packet Capture library (libpcap)
Ruby interface to LBL Packet Capture library (libpcap). This library
also includes classes to access packet header fields.

It is much easier to code in Ruby/Pcap than to code in C and use
libpcap directly.

Author: Masaki Fukushima <fukusima@goto.info.waseda.ac.jp>
WWW: http://www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/~fukusima/ruby/pcap-e.html
2000-11-19T04:26:02+00:00 chinese/wangttf Many Chinese Big5 TrueType fonts, made by Dr. Hann-Tzong Wang
This port installs many Chinese Big5 TrueType fonts, made by
Dr. Hann-Tzong Wang. They are distributed under GPL. For
more information, please see wangttf.txt for details.
2000-11-18T12:23:15+00:00 x11-fonts/jmk-x11-fonts Jim Knoble's font package for X
Jim Knoble's font collection for X.

This font collection for X is under the terms of the GNU General
Public License (GPL) version 2.0

WWW: http://www.jmknoble.net/fonts/
2000-11-17T23:08:15+00:00 net/totd DNS proxy that supports IPv6 <==> IPv4 record translation
Totd is a small DNS proxy nameserver that supports IPv6 only hosts/networks
that communicate with the IPv4 world using some translation mechanism.
Examples of such translation mechanisms currently in use are:

* IPv6/IPv4 Network Address and Packet Translation (NAT-PT)
implemented e.g. by Cisco.
* Application level translators as the faithd implemented by
the KAME project (http://www.kame.net). See faithd(8) on
*BSD/Kame.

WWW: http://www.vermicelli.pasta.cs.uit.no/ipv6/software.html
2000-11-17T23:08:15+00:00 dns/totd DNS proxy that supports IPv6 <==> IPv4 record translation
Totd is a small DNS proxy nameserver that supports IPv6 only hosts/networks
that communicate with the IPv4 world using some translation mechanism.
Examples of such translation mechanisms currently in use are:

* IPv6/IPv4 Network Address and Packet Translation (NAT-PT)
implemented e.g. by Cisco.
* Application level translators as the faithd implemented by
the KAME project (http://www.kame.net). See faithd(8) on
*BSD/Kame.

WWW: http://BSDforge.com/projects/dns/totd/
2000-11-17T20:43:34+00:00 mail/mahogany X11 mail and news client
Mahogany is an OpenSource(TM) cross-platform mail and news client. It is
available for X11/Unix and MS Windows platforms, supporting a wide range of
protocols and standards, including POP3, IMAP and full MIME support. Thanks
to its built-in Python interpreter it can be extended far beyond its original
functionality.

Mahogany's wealth of features and ease of use make it one of the most powerful
clients available, providing a consistent and intuitive interface across all
supported platforms.

Mahogany is being developed using the free wxWindows application framework,
building on the gtk toolkit on Unix.

WWW: http://mahogany.sourceforge.net/
2000-11-16T20:12:12+00:00 net/zebra-server Z39.50/SR server software
The Zebra server combines a versatile fielded/free-text indexing/search
engine with a Z39.50-1995 frontend to provide a powerful and flexible
information mining tool.

WWW: http://www.indexdata.dk/zebra/
2000-11-15T18:26:29+00:00 net/fidelio A GNOME client for Hotline
Fidelio is a GNOME client for Hotline, a proprietary protocol that combines
ftp-like, irc-like and news-like functions in one package.

Fidelio is currently fully functional as a non-administative client, with the
exception of banners and private chat.

Feature include:
o Multiple concurrent connections;
o Single window per server connection;
o Tree-structured bookmarks;
o Trackers and searchable index of servers;
o Userlist and public chat in one pane;
o Private chat;
o Both flat (v. 1.2) and threaded news support, with posting of news;
o Ignore messages and chat of users;
o Private Messages;
o Sounds on events;
o Multiple icon set loading;
o Use of custom icon sets for buttons;
o Uploading, donwloading, resuming of file transfers;
o Per-donwload and per-upload bandwidth caps;
o Server-side and client-side file queues.

WWW: http://fidelio.sourceforge.net/
2000-11-15T18:26:29+00:00 net-p2p/fidelio A GNOME client for Hotline
Fidelio is a GNOME client for Hotline, a proprietary protocol that combines
ftp-like, irc-like and news-like functions in one package.

Fidelio is currently fully functional as a non-administative client, with the
exception of banners and private chat.

Feature include:
o Multiple concurrent connections;
o Single window per server connection;
o Tree-structured bookmarks;
o Trackers and searchable index of servers;
o Userlist and public chat in one pane;
o Private chat;
o Both flat (v. 1.2) and threaded news support, with posting of news;
o Ignore messages and chat of users;
o Private Messages;
o Sounds on events;
o Multiple icon set loading;
o Use of custom icon sets for buttons;
o Uploading, donwloading, resuming of file transfers;
o Per-donwload and per-upload bandwidth caps;
o Server-side and client-side file queues.

WWW: http://fidelio.sourceforge.net/
2000-11-14T08:54:28+00:00 x11-toolkits/xenostep A GTK+ theme engine based on the Xenophilia and Interface engines
This is a GTK+ theme engine. It is based on the Xenophilia and Interface theme
engines with little modifications to make it look a more NeXT-ish. It has 3
different styles each in two versions: wide and narrow scrollbars.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/xenostep/
2000-11-14T08:54:28+00:00 x11-themes/xenostep A GTK+ theme engine based on the Xenophilia and Interface engines
This is a GTK+ theme engine. It is based on the Xenophilia and Interface theme
engines with little modifications to make it look a more NeXT-ish. It has 3
different styles each in two versions: wide and narrow scrollbars.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/xenostep/
2000-11-13T08:48:09+00:00 chinese/ttfm Big5/GB enhanced TrueType Font Manager
A True Type Font Manager that handles true type font
installation, uninstallation, list, and default font
setting. It was originally in the CLE distribution.

The manager doesn't deal with applications using TTF
directly. Instead, it calls modules to handle the
details. There are only several predefined behaviours
of the modules, like add/remove/list. There are four
modules as of version 0.9:

chitex: For ChiTeX, a Chinese TeX/LaTeX
ttf2pk: Generate pk/tfm for CJK
xfreetype: For Xfsft in XFree86 3.3.x and "freetype"
module in 4.x
xttfm: For X-TT in XFree86 3.3.x and "xtt" module in
4.x, avaiable in both tcl and sh versions.

Some modules are Big5/GB enhanced, for better font
detection/generation.
2000-11-13T06:15:26+00:00 japanese/kdrill Program to quiz you on the meanings of Kanji
Kdrill is a program to quiz folks on
{ English } { English }
{ Kanji } <-> { Kanji }
{ Kana } { Kana }

It will quiz you on either the whole dictionary [around 6000 Kanji?]
or specific Kanji, that you hand-pick. There are also other ways to
narrow down which Kanji you are quizzed on.

WWW: http://www.bolthole.com/kdrill/
2000-11-12T12:21:02+00:00 chinese/joe2
2000-11-12T12:21:02+00:00 chinese/joe
2000-11-11T18:40:42+00:00 devel/ruby-gemfinder A simple class browser (built with Ruby/Tk) for Ruby modules/programs
Gem Finder is a simple class browser (built with Ruby/Tk) for Ruby
modules/programs. It allows a user to view the superclass,
subclasses, included modules and methods of any class in the system.

WWW: http://onestepback.org/packages/gemfinder/
2000-11-11T11:56:52+00:00 net/44bsd-rdist The traditional 4.4BSD rdist
This is the traditional 4.4BSD /usr/bin/rdist, with additional
FreeBSD fixes and updates since 4.4BSD Lite was released.
2000-11-11T09:22:15+00:00 net/ssldump SSLv3/TLS network protocol analyzer
ssldump is an SSLv3/TLS network protocol analyzer. It identifies TCP
connections on the chosen network interface and attempts to interpret
them as SSLv3/TLS traffic. When it identifies SSLv3/TLS traffic, it
decodes the records and displays them in a textual form to stdout. If
provided with the appropriate keying material, it will also decrypt
the connections and display the application data traffic.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ssldump/
2000-11-08T05:15:11+00:00 net/cflowd Flow analysis tool used for analyzing Cisco's NetFlow switching
cflowd is a flow analysis tool currently used for analyzing Cisco's
NetFlow enabled switching method.

The current release includes the collections, storage, and basic
analysis modules for cflowd and for arts++ libraries.

This analysis package permits data collection and analysis by ISPs
and network engineers in support of capacity planning, trends analysis,
and characterization of workloads in a network service provider environment.

Other areas where cflowd may prove useful include usage tracking for Web
hosting, accounting and billing, network planning and analysis, network
monitoring, developing user profiles, data warehousing and mining,
as well as security-related investigations.

WWW: http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/cflowd/
2000-11-08T05:15:11+00:00 net-mgmt/cflowd Flow analysis tool used for analyzing Cisco's NetFlow switching
cflowd is a flow analysis tool currently used for analyzing Cisco's
NetFlow enabled switching method.

The current release includes the collections, storage, and basic
analysis modules for cflowd and for arts++ libraries.

This analysis package permits data collection and analysis by ISPs
and network engineers in support of capacity planning, trends analysis,
and characterization of workloads in a network service provider environment.

Other areas where cflowd may prove useful include usage tracking for Web
hosting, accounting and billing, network planning and analysis, network
monitoring, developing user profiles, data warehousing and mining,
as well as security-related investigations.

WWW: http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/cflowd/
2000-11-08T05:13:26+00:00 net/arts++ A network data storage and analysis library from CAIDA
arts++ is a support package for CAIDA's cflowd and skitter.

It provides a C++ class library and simple applications for handling
data produced by cflowd and skitter.

See: http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/cflowd/
http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/skitter/

WWW: http://www.caida.org/tools/utilities/arts/
2000-11-08T05:13:26+00:00 net-mgmt/arts++ Network data storage and analysis library from CAIDA
arts++ is a support package for CAIDA's cflowd and skitter.

It provides a C++ class library and simple applications for handling
data produced by cflowd and skitter.

See: http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/cflowd/
http://www.caida.org/tools/measurement/skitter/

WWW: http://www.caida.org/tools/utilities/arts/
2000-11-08T01:07:04+00:00 chinese/auto-tw-l10n Automatic localization for Traditional Chinese locale
Traditional Chinese (BIG-5 encoding) zh_TW.Big5 automatic localization
Install this port and you will have a Traditional Chinese FreeBSD system
2000-11-07T15:36:55+00:00 misc/emma A personal finance manager for Gnome
Emma is an Easy Money Management program for Gnome / Gtk+ similar to
X-accountant, Quicken and MsMoney (these are registered trademarks of their
respective owners).

Emma allows you to keep track of your incomes and expenses. You can easily
analyse where all your money came from or why your wallet is empty. Using
embedded python interface you can extend Emma functions to make it even more
useful.

Features
--------
o Hierarchical accounts
o Double-entry accounting
o Scheduled transactions
o Sorting of transactions
o Easy analysis of accounts through python interface
o Graphical charts to make analysis more fun
o Extendable through python interface
o Special dialog to edit python expressions
o Consistent look&feel of Gnome/Gtk+

WWW: http://rainbow.mimuw.edu.pl/~la181249/emma/home.php
2000-11-07T15:36:55+00:00 finance/emma A personal finance manager for Gnome
Emma is an Easy Money Management program for Gnome / Gtk+ similar to
X-accountant, Quicken and MsMoney (these are registered trademarks of their
respective owners).

Emma allows you to keep track of your incomes and expenses. You can easily
analyse where all your money came from or why your wallet is empty. Using
embedded python interface you can extend Emma functions to make it even more
useful.

Features
--------
o Hierarchical accounts
o Double-entry accounting
o Scheduled transactions
o Sorting of transactions
o Easy analysis of accounts through python interface
o Graphical charts to make analysis more fun
o Extendable through python interface
o Special dialog to edit python expressions
o Consistent look&feel of Gnome/Gtk+

WWW: http://rainbow.mimuw.edu.pl/~la181249/emma/home.php
2000-11-07T10:37:15+00:00 misc/khotkeys
Global Hotkey Support for KDE 1.x

WWW: http://dforce.sh.cvut.cz/~seli/en/khotkeys/
2000-11-07T04:50:24+00:00 chinese/mkisofs Create ISO9660/JOLIET/Rock Ridge filesystems, Big5 compatible
mkisofs is effectively a pre-mastering program to generate the iso9660
filesystem - it takes a snapshot of a given directory tree, and generates
a binary image which will correspond to an iso9660 filesystem when written
to a block device.

This port can also generate Big5 filenames on Joliet filesystems. Use
the -J option to activate it.
2000-11-06T19:01:43+00:00 security/pam_krb5 Pluggable Authentication Module for Kerberos 5
A Pluggable Authentication Module for Kerberos 5, which can
be compiled for either Heimdal or MIT Kerberos.

WWW: http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/pam-krb5/
2000-11-06T18:43:17+00:00 chinese/linux-netscape47-navigator
2000-11-06T18:43:17+00:00 chinese/linux-netscape47-communicator
This port provides a Big5 localized Netscape, including menus,
toolbars, error messages and many others. It also contains a
libX11 fix, which allows Netscape to show Big5 buttons in html
documents.

The patches are mainly contributed by thhsieh@linux.org.tw &
hcchu@r350.ee.ntu.edu.tw. The localized Netscape.Big5 is
translated by Antony Shen <u8618806@cc.nctu.edu.tw>, with some
modifications.

Jing-Tang Keith Jang <keith@freebsd.sinica.edu.tw>
2000-11-06T14:00:50+00:00 chinese/linux-gtk RPM of the Gtk lib, zh-Big5/GB-ized
A port of gtk-1.2.6 lib rpm, with Big5/GB support.
2000-11-06T07:43:30+00:00 lang/mmix RISC computer designed by Donald E. Knuth
From Donald E. Knuth's MMIX page:

MMIX is a RISC computer designed by the author to illustrate
machine-level aspects of programming. In the next editions of his
books The Art of Computer Programming, MMIX will replace the
1960s-style machine MIX.

More details can be found in his book:

MMIXware: A RISC Computer for the Third Millennium, by Donald E. Knuth
(Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1999), viii+550pp. ISBN 3-540-66938-8.
(Lecture Notes in Computer Science, no. 1750.)

WWW: http://mmix.cs.hm.edu/
2000-11-05T04:09:20+00:00 x11-wm/evilwm Minimalist window manager based on 9wm
evilwm is a minimalist window manager for X11. The name evil came from
Stuart "Stuii" Ford, who reckons any window manager I use has to be evil
and masochistic. This is not the case at all, but I liked the name.

It features movement, killing, lowering, raising, and moving windows by
keyboard control. It supports virtual desktops.

WWW: http://www.6809.org.uk/evilwm/
2000-11-05T01:38:51+00:00 security/l0phtcrack Cracks SAMBA or Windows NT passwords
L0phtCrack 1.5 is a tool for turning Microsoft LANMAN and NT password hashes
back into the original clear text passwords. The program does this using
dictionary cracking and also brute force. L0phtCrack returns not just the
LANMAN password but the NT password up to 14 characters in length.

L0phtCrack includes the ability to dictionary attack or brute force the
network NT server challenge that is used to prevent the OWF (one-way format)
from going across the wire in its plain-text format. Sample network sniffed
challenges are in files sniff.txt and sniff2.txt. This means you can obtain
NT passwords without administrator privileges when you have network access
between the client and the server.
2000-11-03T20:58:45+00:00 devel/gnomecrash A small coredump analysis tool for GNOME
This is a small tool to use after a core dump. It can extract debugging
information from a core file or crashed application (via gnome_segv).

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-11-03T20:58:45+00:00 devel/gnome-crash A small coredump analysis tool for GNOME
This is a small tool to use after a core dump. It can extract debugging
information from a core file or crashed application (via gnome_segv).

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-11-03T17:49:59+00:00 java/junit Regression testing utility for use with the Java(TM) Language
This is a port of JUnit, a simple testing framework for Java developed
by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck. Using JUnit you can build a test suite
that will help you measure your progress, spot unintended side
effects, and focus your development efforts.

WWW: http://www.junit.org/
2000-11-03T17:31:19+00:00 japanese/leafrogue LeafRogue for message separated version of Rogue-clone
This is a port of Leaf Rogue.
Leaf Rogue as message file for Rogue-clone: Version II.

You have to Leaf message file to play rogue like this:
% rogue_s leaf.msg
or
% leafrogue

Welcome to the Dungeons of Leaf...

WWW: http://games.roguelife.org/~roguelike/leaf/
2000-11-03T17:13:12+00:00 graphics/leafpak Graphic file cutter for LEAF/AQUAPLUS PAK format archives
This is PAK format graphic archive file extracter for Leaf products.
See also /usr/local/share/doc/ja/leafpak/README

WWW: http://hoshina.denpa.org/leafpak.html
2000-11-03T17:08:19+00:00 audio/xmms-shn XMMS plugin to allow playing shorten-compressed audio
xmms-shn provides playback support for shorten (.shn) files in XMMS.
Real-time seeking support is provided for .shn files that have
accompanying seek tables generated by shorten 3.x.

WWW: http://www.etree.org/shnutils/xmms-shn/
2000-11-03T17:08:18+00:00 graphics/libmng Multiple-image Network Graphics (MNG) reference library
The libmng library supports decoding, displaying, encoding, and various other
manipulations of Multiple-image Network Graphics (MNG) format image files. It
uses the zlib(3) compression library, and optionally the JPEG library by the
Independant JPEG Group (IJG) and/or lcms (little CMS), a color-management
library by Marti Maria Saguar.

WWW: http://www.libmng.com/

Mikhail Teterin
mi@aldan.algebra.com
2000-11-03T17:03:33+00:00 graphics/lcms Light Color Management System -- a color management library
Little CMS intends to be a small-footprint color management library, with
special focus on accuracy and performance. It uses the International Color
Consortium standard (ICC), and offers fast transformation routines between
ICC profiles.

Color management refers to techniques that ensure consistent colors while
images are transferred from scanners or cameras to monitors and printers.

WWW: http://www.littlecms.com/
2000-11-03T15:03:25+00:00 news/t-gnus-xemacs21-mule
2000-11-03T15:03:25+00:00 news/t-gnus-mule
2000-11-03T15:02:29+00:00 news/t-gnus I18N Gnus using SEMI, which provides MIME capabilities
The gnus Newsreader
*******************

You can read news (and mail) from within Emacs by using gnus. The
news can be gotten by any nefarious means you can think of--NNTP, local
spool or your mbox file. All at the same time, if you want to push your
luck.

T-gnus provides MIME features based on SEMI API. So T-gnus supports
your right to read strange messages including big images or other
various kinds of formats. T-gnus also supports
internationalization/localization and multiscript features based on MULE
API. So T-gnus does not discriminate various language communities.
Oh, if you are a Klingon, please wait Unicode Next Generation.
2000-11-03T15:01:52+00:00 news/t-gnus-emacs20
The gnus Newsreader
*******************

You can read news (and mail) from within Emacs by using gnus. The
news can be gotten by any nefarious means you can think of--NNTP, local
spool or your mbox file. All at the same time, if you want to push your
luck.

T-gnus provides MIME features based on SEMI API. So T-gnus supports
your right to read strange messages including big images or other
various kinds of formats. T-gnus also supports
internationalization/localization and multiscript features based on MULE
API. So T-gnus does not discriminate various language communities.
Oh, if you are a Klingon, please wait Unicode Next Generation.
2000-11-03T12:24:18+00:00 graphics/evas Hardware accelerated canvas API (meta-port)
A hardware-accelerated canvas API for X-Windows that can draw anti-aliased
text, smooth super and sub-sampled images, alpha-blend, as well as drop down to
using normal X11 primitives such as pixmaps, lines and rectangles for speed if
your CPU or graphics hardware is too slow.

WWW: http://docs.enlightenment.org/auto/evas/
2000-11-03T08:21:36+00:00 graphics/feh Image viewer that utilizes Imlib2
feh is a versatile and fast image viewer using imlib2, the
premier image file handling library. feh has many features,
from simple single file viewing, to multiple file modes using
a slideshow or multiple windows. feh supports the creation of
montages as index prints with many user-configurable options.

WWW: https://feh.finalrewind.org/
2000-11-03T07:17:19+00:00 databases/edb Enlightenment Database Library
Enlightenment Database Library

Edb is intended to provide a stable API and file format for archiving
configuration, theme, and other data available all the time for access at
random really fast. Edb can store any kind of data in key-value pair format.
Random access reading and writing is FAST as the core of Edb uses a berkley.
Edb provides a convenience API designed to make access fast AND improve access
speed by caching open db's until a flush and providing conveience macros too.
It also will be used to store image data and geometry data for theme files so
the information can be accessed without needing to unarchive files and can be
edited without having to unarchive and re-archive, and still be accesses at
random really quickly. Documentation is provided as comments in the Edb.h
header file.

Edb will be used for all config theme and meta data stroage for E17/EFM
etc. sine it provides FAST random-access read/write of any data wanted
(binary, string, integert, floating point) withotu the need to
unpack/repack files - data can be etxracted and put back at whim with a
simple API from which simple or complex tools can be built.

WWW: http://www.enlightenment.org/Libraries/Edb/index.html
2000-11-03T00:22:08+00:00 devel/bin86 16-bit assembler and loader
This consists of a 16-bit assembler and loader for x86 or 6809
CPUs. Unlike the GNU binutils in the base system (recent versions
of which have 16-bit capability), these are for code written with
Intel syntax.

WWW: http://www.debath.co.uk/
2000-11-02T22:52:22+00:00 audio/shntool Multi-purpose WAVE data processing and reporting utility
shntool is a multi-purpose WAVE data processing and reporting utility.
File formats are abstracted from its core, so it can process any file
that contains WAVE data, compressed or not -- provided there exists a
format module to handle that particular file type.

Apart from .wav shntool supports many formats through helper programs.
Please see the manual page for more information.

WWW: http://www.etree.org/shnutils/shntool/
2000-11-02T21:19:26+00:00 audio/vorbis-xmms
Vorbis is a general purpose audio and music encoding format contemporary to
MPEG-4's AAC and TwinVQ, the next generation beyond MPEG audio layer 3. Unlike
the MPEG sponsored formats (and other proprietary formats such as RealAudio G2
and Windows' flavor of the month), the Vorbis CODEC specification belongs to
the public domain. All the technical details are published and documented, and
any software entity may make full use of the format without royalty or patent
concerns.

This package contains a plugin for the XMMS audio player, making it capable
of playing Vorbis-encoded files.

WWW: http://www.vorbis.com

- Theo van Klaveren
t.vanklaveren@student.utwente.nl
2000-11-02T21:17:27+00:00 audio/vorbis-tools Play, encode, and manage Ogg Vorbis files
Vorbis is a general-purpose audio and music encoding format
contemporary to MPEG-4's AAC and TwinVQ, the next generation beyond
MPEG audio layer 3. Unlike the MPEG sponsored formats (and other
proprietary formats such as RealAudio G2 and Windows' flavor of the
month), the Vorbis CODEC specification belongs to the public domain.
All the technical details are published and documented, and any
software entity may make full use of the format without royalty or
patent concerns.

This package contains utilities to encode, decode, and cut vorbis
streams, and to add comments to them.

WWW: http://www.vorbis.com/
2000-11-02T21:15:11+00:00 audio/libvorbis Audio compression codec library
Vorbis is a general purpose audio and music encoding format
contemporary to MPEG-4's AAC and TwinVQ, the next generation beyond
MPEG audio layer 3. Unlike the MPEG sponsored formats (and other
proprietary formats such as RealAudio G2 and Windows' flavor of the
month), the Vorbis CODEC specification belongs to the public domain.
All the technical details are published and documented, and any
software entity may make full use of the format without royalty or
patent concerns.

This package contains:

- libvorbis, a BSD-license software implementation of the Vorbis
specification by the Xiphophorus company.

- libvorbisfile, a BSD-license convenience library built on Vorbis
designed to simplify common uses.

- libvorbisenc, a BSD-license library that provides a simple,
programmatic encoding setup interface.

WWW: https://www.xiph.org/vorbis/
2000-11-02T21:11:47+00:00 audio/libogg Ogg bitstream library
Ogg is a multimedia container format and the native file and stream
format for the Xiph.org multimedia codecs. It encapsulates raw
compressed data and allows the interleaving of audio and video data
inside a single convient format. Ogg is a stream oriented container
and provides packet framing, error detection, and periodic timestamps
for seeking.

WWW: https://www.xiph.org/ogg/
2000-11-02T21:09:57+00:00 audio/libao Portable audio output library
libao is a cross-platform audio library that allows programs to
output audio using a simple API on a wide variety of platforms.
On FreeBSD, it currently supports:
* null output
* raw output
* AU files
* WAV files
* OSS (Open Sound System)
And optionally:
* NAS (Network Audio System)
* PulseAudio
* Sndio

WWW: https://www.xiph.org/ao/
2000-11-02T19:43:29+00:00 comms/bayonne Multi-line general purpose voice telephony server
Bayonne is a modular multithreaded telephony server that allows one to
build and deploy script driven telephony voice response applications that
are either stand-alone or integrated with other existing system services
thru perl scripts, web servers, etc. Bayonne initially supports Quicknet
and Voicetronix hardware under FreeBSD.

- David Sugar
dyfet@gnu.org
2000-11-02T19:16:43+00:00 security/ruby-sha1
ruby-sha1 - A Ruby interface to the SHA-1 Secure Hash Algorithm

This is a Ruby extension which implements the SHA-1 Secure Hash
Algorithm by NIST (the US' National Institute of Standards and
Technology), described in FIPS PUB 180-1.

Author: Steve Coltrin <spcoltri@omcl.org>
WWW: http://www.omcl.org/~spcoltri/ruby/ruby-sha1.html
2000-11-02T19:16:43+00:00 converters/ruby-sha1
ruby-sha1 - A Ruby interface to the SHA-1 Secure Hash Algorithm

This is a Ruby extension which implements the SHA-1 Secure Hash
Algorithm by NIST (the US' National Institute of Standards and
Technology), described in FIPS PUB 180-1.

Author: Steve Coltrin <spcoltri@omcl.org>
WWW: http://www.omcl.org/~spcoltri/ruby/ruby-sha1.html
2000-11-02T15:42:45+00:00 editors/dte Small and easy to use console text editor
A small and easy to use console text editor, featuring

- Multiple buffers/tabs
- Unlimited undo/redo
- Search and replace
- Syntax highlighting
- Customizable color schemes
- Customizable key bindings
- Command language with auto-completion
- Jump to definition (using ctags)
- Jump to compiler error

WWW: https://craigbarnes.gitlab.io/dte/
2000-11-02T09:01:20+00:00 japanese/gnome The Japanese "meta-port" for the GNOME integrated X11 desktop
This is Japanese meta-port of GNOME desktop environment.

Use this port before the /usr/ports/x11/gnome.
Use the packages from this port after the original packages.
2000-11-02T06:59:37+00:00 chinese/XFree86-aoutlibs
This is a compatability package for the XFree86 a.out format libraries,
especially for Chinese application.

It is only needed for ports which use X and are compiled in a.out format,
such as Nescape. Long live Mozilla...
2000-11-02T04:32:54+00:00 japanese/gnumeric
2000-11-02T04:32:07+00:00 japanese/gal
2000-11-02T03:45:04+00:00 chinese/netscape47-navigator
2000-11-02T03:39:20+00:00 chinese/netscape47-communicator
This port provides a Big5 localized Netscape, including menus,
toolbars, error messages and many others. It also contains a
libX11 fix, which allows Netscape to show Big5 buttons in html
documents.

The patches are mainly contributed by thhsieh@linux.org.tw &
hcchu@r350.ee.ntu.edu.tw. The localized Netscape.Big5 is
translated by Antony Shen <u8618806@cc.nctu.edu.tw>, with some
modifications.

Jing-Tang Keith Jang <keith@FreeBSD.org>
2000-11-02T03:27:15+00:00 chinese/cle_base The base set of CLE packages needed in Linux mode, support both GB & Big5
CLE(Chinese Linux Extension) is a project providing Chinese L10N for
Linux, mainly the RedHat distribution. This port picks packages from
a minimal CLE installation. In addition to Linux emulation, you can
run L10N Linux applications like Netscape or (hopefully) Star Office.

WWW: http://cle.linux.org.tw/
2000-11-02T03:13:40+00:00 chinese/rxvt-gb Chinese GB locale enabled RXVT program, slave port from X11/rxvt
2000-11-02T03:10:00+00:00 devel/ruby-byaccr Parser generator for ruby based on 'Berkeley Yacc' and 'Berkeley Yacc for Java'
byaccr is a parser generator for ruby based on 'Berkeley Yacc' and
'Berkeley Yacc for Java'.
2000-11-02T03:09:17+00:00 chinese/rxvt-big5 Chinese big5 locale enabled RXVT program, slave port from X11/rxvt
2000-11-02T03:03:24+00:00 devel/ruby-rbison Generates a Ruby parser class from a Bison-like specification file
rbison generates a Ruby parser class from a Bison-like specification
file. rbison uses Bison to do all the hard work (generating state
transition tables, etc), then translates the Bison-generated C code
into Ruby code.

WWW: http://www.cs.umass.edu/~aseltine/rbison.html
2000-11-01T13:06:23+00:00 comms/vpb2 User mode API for Voicetronix 4 port analog DSP telephony cards
The Voicetronix API allows one to write applications for the Voicetronix
4 port analog DSP telephony cards. These cards are generally available
from Voictronix in Australia and will soon be made available for sales
in the United States. The API provides a single user mode library for
developing telephony applications under both FreeBSD and
GNU/Linux. Several test applications are included.
2000-11-01T02:32:33+00:00 textproc/ltxml XML Toolkit
LT XML is an integrated set of XML tools and a developers' tool-kit,
including a C-based API.

The LT XML tool-kit includes stand-alone tools for a wide range of
processing of well-formed XML documents, including searching and
extracting, down-translation (e.g. report generation, formatting),
tokenising and sorting.

Sequences of tool applications can be pipelined together to achieve
complex results.

For special purposes beyond what the pre-constructed tools can
achieve, extending their functionality and/or creating new tools
is easy using the LT XML API. Minimal applications require less
than one-half page of C code to express.

LT XML provides two views of an XML file; one as a flat stream of
markup elements and text; a second as a sequence of tree-structured
XML elements. The two views can be mixed, allowing great flexibility
in the manipulation of XML documents. It also includes a powerful,
yet simple, querying language, which allows the user to quickly and
easily select those parts of an XML document which are of interest.

WWW: http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/software/ltxml/
2000-10-31T20:57:31+00:00 net/ruby-icmp Ruby module for handling ICMP packets
This is a Ruby module for handling ICMP packets.

Note that it requires root permission to handle any ICMP packets.

2000-10-31T18:39:27+00:00 devel/p5-Time-Period Perl module that contains code to deal with time periods
Period.pm is a Perl module that contains code to deal with time periods.
Currently, there is only a function in this module. That function is
called inPeriod().

inPeriod() determines if a given time is within a given time period.
It will return 1 if it is, 0 if not, and -1 if either the time or the
period passed to it were malformed. The time is specified in non-leap
year seconds past January 1, 1970, as per the time() function. The period
is a string which is of the form described in Period's man page.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/PRYAN/Period-1.20
2000-10-31T18:37:15+00:00 net/p5-Mon A perl module that supports mon, a network and system monitoring daemon
This is the Perl5 module for interfacing with the Mon system monitoring
package. Currently only the client interface is implemented, but more
things like special logging routines and persistent monitors are being
considered.

"mon" is a tool for monitoring the availability of services.

WWW: http://www.kernel.org/software/mon/
2000-10-31T18:37:15+00:00 net-mgmt/p5-Mon Perl module that supports mon, a network and system monitoring daemon
This is the Perl5 module for interfacing with the Mon system monitoring
package. Currently only the client interface is implemented, but more
things like special logging routines and persistent monitors are being
considered.

"mon" is a tool for monitoring the availability of services.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Mon
2000-10-31T17:28:21+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-flat-theme2 A port of the Flat GTK+ engine to GTK+ 2.0
This theme is a port of the GTK+ Flat theme to GTK+ 2.x. It
features the same configurability and looks as the original
GTK+ theme.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/gtk2flat/

- Philip

--
Philip Paeps
philip@paeps.cx
2000-10-31T17:28:21+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-flat-theme A GTK+ theme engine which gives GTK+ a flattened appearance
This theme engine gives gtk+ a flattened appearance with elements taken from
the MacOS and Metal uis. Modified from the default and metal theme engines;
the colors and background pixmaps are fully customizable.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/flat/
2000-10-31T17:28:21+00:00 x11-themes/gtk-flat-theme2 Port of the Flat GTK+ engine to GTK+ 2.0
This theme is a port of the GTK+ Flat theme to GTK+ 2.x. It
features the same configurability and looks as the original
GTK+ theme.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/gtk2flat/
2000-10-31T17:28:21+00:00 x11-themes/gtk-flat-theme A GTK+ theme engine which gives GTK+ a flattened appearance
This theme engine gives gtk+ a flattened appearance with elements taken from
the MacOS and Metal uis. Modified from the default and metal theme engines;
the colors and background pixmaps are fully customizable.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/flat/
2000-10-31T15:47:34+00:00 astro/glunarclock GNOME applet that displays the current phase of the Moon
GNOME Lunar Clock displays the current phase of the Moon as an applet for
the Gnome panel.

WWW: http://glunarclock.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-31T14:50:43+00:00 devel/linguist A tool for generating translations of strings used in i10 Qt programs
Qt Linguist, localization tool, allows users to seamlessly convert Qt-based
programs from one language to another, simply and intelligently. Qt Linguist
helps with the translation of all visible text in a program, to and from any
language supported by Unicode and the target platforms. A key feature in Qt
Linguist is a specialized editing tool, with many features to help the
translators be more productive and get better results. Qt Linguist will work
with both Qt/Windows and Qt for UNIX.

Qt Linguist also includes a pre-installed intelligent database of multi-lingual
terms to assist in the translation process. Once new translations are made, the
database saves the terms for later re-use. This provides translators a tool
that greatly increases work efficiency as they continue to use the product.

Qt Linguist is distributed under BSD-style license.

WWW: http://www.trolltech.com/company/announce/linguistpre.html
2000-10-31T12:41:17+00:00 net/spat
Spat. The Gnome messaging system
--------------------------------

Spat is a lightweight, GNOME compliant Intranet Messaging Application designed
and distributed by Codehost.com, Inc. This Intranet Messaging System was
developed to easily install and run on a TCP/IP network.

Until now, an easy to configure - easy to use, Messaging system has not existed
for Unix since write(1).

Easy to use - Easy to configure
-------------------------------

Spat was designed with the User in mind. Geared for the user friendly GNOME
Desktop, this messaging system needs little or no configuration whatsoever. Use
is simple too. Just run the application and select the user you want to send a
message to. With Spat there is no need to remember IP Addresses.

WWW: http://spat.codehost.com/
2000-10-31T08:03:33+00:00 games/teg Turn-based strategy game for GNOME
Tenes Emapandas Graciela (TEG) is a clone of 'Plan Táctico y Estratégico
de la Guerra', which is a pseudo-clone of Risk, a turn-based strategy game.
Some rules are different.

WWW: https://github.com/wfx/teg
2000-10-31T06:01:39+00:00 textproc/dsssl-docbook-cygnus DocBook DSSSL stylesheets of Cygnus Slution
This is the DocBook DSSSL stylesheets of Cygnus Slution which based on Norman
Walsh's DocBook style sheets with version 1.44. This package contains print
style sheet (bosak-db3.dsl), HTML style sheet (dbtohtml.dsl) and
both (cygnus-both.dsl). These dsls refer including Walsh's DocBook style
sheets in default but these ones are too obsoleted so I changed to
ports-current ones (dsssl-docbook-modular). For more infomation see below:

WWW: http://nis-www.lanl.gov/~rosalia/mydocs/docbook-intro.html
2000-10-30T13:56:25+00:00 japanese/gnomecore
2000-10-30T13:55:28+00:00 japanese/gnomelibs
2000-10-30T02:31:15+00:00 lang/pfe Implementation of ANSI Forth
This package contains all necessary ANSI-C source files to build a
running Forth-environment on most UNIX machines, on DOS and on OS/2.

The Forth-system is closely modeled along the new American National
Standard for the programming language Forth. Every word of every
word set mentioned in the dpANS-6 document of June 1993 has been
implemented. Additionally it is compatible to Forth-83.

WWW: http://pfe.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-30T02:31:15+00:00 lang/pfe-devel Implementation of ANSI Forth
This package contains all neccessary ANSI-C source files to build a
running Forth-environment on most UNIX machines, on DOS and on OS/2.

The Forth-system is closely modeled along the new American National
Standard for the programming language Forth. Every word of every
word set mentioned in the dpANS-6 document of June 1993 has been
implemented. Additionally it is compatible to Forth-83.

This is a new development version of pfe 0.29.1 under a new
developer.

WWW: http://pfe.sourceforge.net/

- patrick
2000-10-29T21:53:17+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-GtkXmHTML The HTML widget module of Gtk-Perl
The HTML widget module of Gtk-Perl (Gtk::HTML namespace).

WWW: http://projects.prosa.it/gtkperl/
2000-10-29T21:51:22+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-GtkGLArea
The OpenGL widget module of Gtk-Perl (Gtk::GLArea namespace).

WWW: http://projects.prosa.it/gtkperl/
2000-10-29T21:49:44+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-Gnome The main Gnome module of Gtk-Perl
The main Gnome module of Gtk-Perl (Gnome namespace).

WWW: http://projects.prosa.it/gtkperl/
2000-10-29T21:41:38+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-Glade2 Gtk2-Perl bindings to libglade2
Glade is a free user interface builder for GTK+ and GNOME. After designing a
user interface with glade-2 the layout and configuration are saved in an XML
file. libglade is a library which knows how to build and hook up the user
interface described in the Glade XML file at application run time.

This extension module binds libglade to Perl so you can create and manipulate
user interfaces in Perl code in conjunction with Gtk2 and even Gnome2. Better
yet you can load a file's contents into a PERL scalar do a few magical regular
expressions to customize things and the load up the app.
It doesn't get any easier.

WWW: http://gtk2-perl.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-29T21:41:38+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-Glade The Glade interface files of Gtk-Perl
The Glade interface files of Gtk-Perl (Gtk::GladeXML namespace).

WWW: http://projects.prosa.it/gtkperl/
2000-10-29T21:31:46+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-GdkPixbuf The Pixbuf module of Gtk-Perl
The Pixbuf module of Gtk-Perl (Gtk::Gdk::Pixbuf namespace).

WWW: http://projects.prosa.it/gtkperl/
2000-10-29T21:30:13+00:00 x11-toolkits/p5-GdkImlib The Imlib module of Gtk-Perl
The Imlib module of Gtk-Perl (Gtk::Gdk::ImlibImage namespace).
2000-10-29T14:19:38+00:00 japanese/mozilla-jlp Mozilla Japanese Language Pack (JLP)
Mozilla is an open-source application suite for web browsing, email,
HTML editing, IRC chat, and more.

Mozilla Japanese Language Pack (JLP) provides Japanese localized
resource for Mozilla.

WWW: http://www33.ocn.ne.jp/~snip/mozilla/
2000-10-29T14:19:38+00:00 japanese/mozilla-jlp-devel Mozilla Japanese Language Pack (JLP)
Mozilla is an open-source application suite for web browsing, email,
HTML editing, IRC chat, and more.

Mozilla Japanese Language Pack (JLP) provides Japanese localized
resource for Mozilla.

WWW: http://www33.ocn.ne.jp/~snip/mozilla/
2000-10-29T13:56:24+00:00 biology/ncbi-toolkit NCBI development toolkit, including BLAST 2 and GenBank/Entrez support
The NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) development toolkit,
containing various libraries needed by NCBI applications, as well as a
software suite containing, amongst other things, NCBI BLAST 2.0.

From the README:

The NCBI Software Development Toolkit was developed for the production and
distribution of GenBank, Entrez, BLAST, and related services by NCBI. We
make it freely available to the public without restriction to facilitate
the use of NCBI by the scientific community. However, please understand
that while we feel we have done a high quality job, this is not commercial
software.

The documentation lags considerably behind the software and we must make
any changes required by our data production needs. Nontheless, many people
have found it a useful and stable basis for a number of tools and
applications.

WWW: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/IEB/ToolBox/MainPage/index.html
2000-10-29T12:26:53+00:00 korean/uniksc Converts data between Korean KSC-5601 and Unicode 3.0 UTF-16
uniksc converts data between Korean KSC-5601 and Unicode 3.0 UTF-16
character sets. Currently, it can convert all characters including
Hanja in KSC-5601 to UTF-16 characters. Converting UTF-16 to KSC-5601
should work but is incomplete yet.
2000-10-29T12:23:52+00:00 net/tcpcat Simple utility for sending/receiving data over a TCP or a Unix-domain socket
From the tcpcat README:

Tcpcat is a simple program that is like `cat' but it works over TCP streams
to allow you to cat from one host to another.

The host common way to use this program whould be something like this:
on host a: $ tcpcat -l 93255 | gzip -dc | tar xvf -
on host b: $ tcpcat -h hosta:93255 file.tar.gz

Another good use for this program is debugging network stuff. When debugging
a newtork client or server you can pipe the output of tcpcat to a hex dump
(I recomend xxd which comes with vim). Also it can act as a crude telnet server
when invoded with --listen, --input, and --output, this mode is quite useful
for network program debugging as well.

WWW: http://ess4.engr.uvic.ca/proj/tcpcat
2000-10-29T06:42:58+00:00 games/smacx Free demo of Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri
Welcome to the demo of Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri.

This version is a sample of the full game available from Loki Entertainment
Software. It gives you a good taste of the full version of the game. It
requires about 64MB of memory and 50MB of free hard disk space.

WWW: http://www.lokigames.com/products/smac/
2000-10-29T05:08:36+00:00 converters/base64 Utility to encode and decode base64 files
Base64 is a command line utility which encodes/decodes arbitrary
binary information in the base64 format used by MIME-encoded
documents, such as electronic mail messages with embedded files
(RFC 1341 and successors).

WWW: http://www.fourmilab.ch/webtools/base64/
2000-10-29T01:14:36+00:00 sysutils/pslist Utility to view or send signals to processes with all their children
pslist is a simple command-line utility for viewing and sending signals
to a whole process tree.

WWW: http://devel.ringlet.net/sysutils/pslist/
2000-10-28T14:03:34+00:00 devel/entity Really rapid XML-based application development system
Entity is an application framework built around XML. The core of Entity is
actually an engine that allows you to create objects out of XML by supplying
methods for creation, attribute-setting, and destruction of XML nodes in a
tree.

This design allows you to create tags in XML which can be used to represent
pretty much any object. We have used this to create a set of tags for the GTK+
toolkit, allowing you to create graphical applications using XML, and an
embedded scripting language.

Any scripting language supported by Entity can be used to change the XML tree
during runtime, and the changes are immediately reflected in the rendered
representation of the XML. Using XML for the user interface, data storage, and
code of an application allows you to easily implement configuration, saving,
and undo.

The interface for creating UIs and programming in Entity is quite intuitive and
allows for rapid application development. Entity currently supports Perl,
Python, TCL, Javascript, and C for doing runtime XML creation and modification.

WWW: http://entity.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-28T12:44:15+00:00 security/cksfv Create or manipulate Simple File Verification (SFV) checksum files
The Simple File Verification (SFV) system is a file integrity verification
system which is popular on some platforms. A software package may be
accompanied by an SFV file (usually with extension .sfv) which contains
CRC-32 checksums for all the files that comprise the package.

cksfv (Check SFV) can both create simple file verification (SFV) files, and
test file integrity against existing SFV files.

WWW: http://freecode.com/projects/cksfv
2000-10-28T12:36:04+00:00 math/gri Extensible plotting language for producing scientific graphs
Gri is a language for scientific graphics applications. By 'language' I mean
that it is a command-driven application, as opposed to a click/point
application. It is analogous to latex or tex, and shares the property that
extensive power is the reward for tolerating a modest learning curve. Gri
output is in industry-standard PostScript, suitable for incorporation in
documents prepared by various text processors. Gri can make x-y graphs,
contour-graphs, and image graphs. In addition to high-level capabilities, it
has enough low-level capabilities to allow users to achieve a high degree of
customization. Precise control is extended to all aspects of drawing, including
line-widths, colors, and fonts. Text includes a subset of the tex language, so
that it is easy to incorporate Greek letters and mathematical symbols in labels.

WWW: http://gri.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-28T12:19:46+00:00 misc/qlas Qico FIDO mailer log analyzer and statistic builder
qico FIDO mailer log analyzer and statistic builder.
2000-10-28T08:14:44+00:00 games/civ2demo The free demo of Civilization: Call to Power
Welcome to the DEMO version of Civilization: Call To Power 1.1

This version is a sample of the full game available from Loki Entertainment
Software. It contains approximately one fifth of the total timeline, units
and advances, and gives you a good taste of Civilization: Call To Power.

This demo requires ~64 Meg of RAM and 160MB of free hard disk space.

The full version offers many additional features and can be ordered on
the Lokigames web site.

WWW: http://www.lokigames.com/products/civctp/
2000-10-28T07:34:09+00:00 audio/zinf GTK-based MP3 player
The Zinf audio player is a simple, but powerful audio player for Linux and
Win32. It supports MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, WAV and Audio CD playback, with a powerful
music browser, theme support and a download manager.

It is based on the FreeA*p audio player which was developed by EMusic. The
FreeA*p project was discontinued due to a trademark conflict and EMusic being
acquired by Vivendi.

WWW: http://www.zinf.org/
2000-10-28T07:34:09+00:00 audio/freeamp
FreeAmp is an Open Source effort to build the best digital audio
player available. In the interest of supporting the free software
community, while at the same time fostering the growth of the online
delivery of music, EMusic.com, THE Source for Downloadable Music, is
funding both the FreeAmp.org domain and the efforts of the FreeAmp
team.

WWW: http://www.freeamp.org/

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-10-28T07:30:46+00:00 audio/musicbrainz 2nd generation incarnation of the CD Index - audio metadata
MusicBrainz is the second generation incarnation of the CD Index.
This server is designed to enable Audio CD and MP3/Vorbis players
to download metadata about the music they are playing. All of the
data collected on the Musicbrainz server is made available to the
public under the OpenContent license.

WWW: http://www.musicbrainz.org/

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-10-28T07:30:46+00:00 audio/libmusicbrainz5 MusicBrainz client library for audio metadata lookup
libmusicbrainz is a client library for accessing the MusicBrainz database
allowing metadata lookup for audio files. This is version 5.x which supports
version 2 of the XML Web Service.

WWW: http://musicbrainz.org/
2000-10-28T07:30:46+00:00 audio/libmusicbrainz4 MusicBrainz client library for audio metadata lookup
libmusicbrainz is a client library for accessing the MusicBrainz database
allowing metadata lookup for audio files. This is version 4.x which supports
version 2 of the XML Web Service.

WWW: http://musicbrainz.org/
2000-10-28T07:30:46+00:00 audio/libmusicbrainz3 MusicBrainz client library for audio metadata lookup
libmusicbrainz is a client library for accessing the MusicBrainz database
allowing metadata lookup for audio files. This is version 3.x which uses the
deprecated XML Web Service Version 1.

WWW: http://musicbrainz.org/
2000-10-28T07:30:46+00:00 audio/libmusicbrainz 2nd generation incarnation of the CD Index - audio metadata
MusicBrainz is the second generation incarnation of the CD Index.
This server is designed to enable Audio CD and MP3/Vorbis players
to download metadata about the music they are playing. All of the
data collected on the Musicbrainz server is made available to the
public under the OpenContent license.

WWW: http://musicbrainz.org/
2000-10-28T07:19:07+00:00 audio/id3lib Library for manipulating ID3v1/v1.1 and ID3v2 tags
id3lib is a software library for manipulating ID3v1/v1.1 and ID3v2 tags.
id3lib 3.0.x conforms to all ID3v2 standards up to and including the ID3v2.3.0
informal standard.

WWW: http://id3lib.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-28T06:14:37+00:00 security/pgpdump PGP packet visualizer
"pgpdump" is a PGP packet visualizer which displays the packet format
of OpenPGP (RFC 2440 + bis) and PGP version 2 (RFC 1991).

WWW: http://www.mew.org/~kazu/proj/pgpdump/
2000-10-28T06:09:54+00:00 www/webredirect Small web server serving "301 Moved Permanently" only
The webredirect program is an extremely small web server that gives the
"301 Moved Permanently" (or "302 Moved Temporarily") response to all
"GET", "HEAD" and "POST" requests. At the moment, all other requests are
unsupported and result in a "501 Not Supported" response.

WWW: http://www.Stacken.KTH.se/~kaj/hack/webredirect
2000-10-28T05:59:04+00:00 audio/p5-Audio-CD Perl interface to libcdaudio (cd + cddb)
Perl interface to libcdaudio (cd + cddb): http://cdcd.undergrid.net/

This module was created for adding CDDB support to <Xmms::shell> and
cd tray <eject>. I added methods for a good chunk of other
<libcdaudio> functions while I was at it, but the docs and glue is
not complete. I do not have interest in completing the interface and
docs, because xmms/Xmms::shell provides everything I need (at the
moment) for audio. If you have an interesting reason for needing the
missing pieces, I'll probably be interested in adding them.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Audio-CD
2000-10-28T05:11:12+00:00 www/mod_access_referer Provides access control based on Referer HTTP header for Apache
mod_access_referer is an Apache module that understand the "Referer"
HTTP header, and grant or deny access based on the Web page that
refered the file.

The "Referer" HTTP header is sent by the browser to the server, and it
contains the URL of the resource from where the URL of the asked
resource was obtained. The document "Hypertext Transfer Protocol --
HTTP/1.1" RFC 2616 gives the following explanation:
"The Referer[sic] request-header field allows the client to
specify, for the server's benefit, the address (URI) of the
resource from which the Request-URI was obtained (the "referrer",
although the header field is misspelled.) The Referer
request-header allows a server to generate lists of back-links to
resources for interest, logging, optimized caching, etc. It also
allows obsolete or mistyped links to be traced for maintenance. The
Referer field MUST NOT be sent if the Request-URI was obtained from
a source that does not have its own URI, such as input from the
user keyboard."

WWW: http://accessreferer.sourceforge.net/

-- Alex Kapranoff <kapr@crosswinds.net>
2000-10-28T03:24:16+00:00 www/p5-HTML-TableExtract Extract text contained in tables within an HTML document
HTML::TableExtract is a module that simplifies the extraction
of information contained in tables within HTML documents.

Tables of note may be specified using Headers, Depth, Count,
or some combination of the three. See the module documentation
for details.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/HTML-TableExtract
2000-10-28T03:06:49+00:00 mail/pop3gwd App-level proxy for Mail retrieval behind Firewalls
This program is an application-level gateway, or proxy, designed to allow
mail retrieval from POP3 servers by systems that either:

(a) are behind a firewall or screening router OR
(b) do not have an assigned IP number OR
(c) must share a SLIP/PPP connection on another system

It connects to the POP3 server on behalf of the client, performs the login
and then passes data both ways until either the client or the server shut
down the connection. In the meanwhile, the connection will appear to have
originated on the host running the proxy.
2000-10-28T02:48:45+00:00 devel/gengetopt Tool for generating a C function which parses command line arguments
This program generate a C function that uses getopt_long function to parse
the command line options, validate them and fill a struct.

Thus your program can now handle options such as:

myprog --input foo.c -o foo.o --no-tabs -i 100 *.class

And both long options (those that start with --) and short options (start
with - and consist of only one character) can be handled. For standards
about short and long options you may want to take a look at the GNU Coding
Standards.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gengetopt/
2000-10-28T02:18:07+00:00 sysutils/gtoaster Graphical cd cooking interface
Gnometoaster is a full CD creation suite for X11 and GNOME. It can be used to
copy and create data, audio, and mixed mode CDs on the fly or with precaching
in both TAO and DAO mode. Data tracks can easily be created with the built-in
file manager. GNOME drag-and-drop is supported throughout the program.
Gnometoaster can also write mp3 files on the fly, it is fully multisession
capable, and can be used to encode all sorts of filetypes directly from audio
tracks on a CD.

WWW: http://gnometoaster.rulez.org/
2000-10-28T01:58:23+00:00 archivers/unadf Extracts files from .adf-files used by Amiga emulators
This package includes unadf which extracts files from Amiga .adf
diskfiles used by Amiga emulators like UAE.

WWW: http://lclevy.free.fr/adflib/unadf.html
2000-10-28T01:58:21+00:00 net/p5-perl-ldap Client interface to LDAP (includes Net::LDAP)
Net::LDAP is a collection of modules that implements a LDAP services API
for Perl programs. The module may be used to search directories or perform
maintenance functions such as add, deleting or modify entries in an LDAP
directory.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/perl-ldap
WWW: http://ldap.perl.org/
2000-10-28T01:57:17+00:00 security/hping Network auditing tool
hping is a command-line oriented TCP/IP packet assembler/analyzer.
The interface is inspired to the ping(8) unix command, but hping isn't
only able to send ICMP echo requests. It supports TCP, UDP, ICMP and
RAW-IP protocols, has a traceroute mode, the ability to send files
between a covered channel, and many other features.
While hping was mainly used as a security tool in the past, it can be
used in many ways by people that don't care about security to test
networks and hosts. A subset of the stuff you can do using hping:

- Test firewall rules
- [spoofed] port scanning
- Test net performance using different protocols,
packet size, TOS (type of service) and fragmentation.
- Path MTU discovery
- Files transfering even between really fascist firewall rules.
- Traceroute like under different protocols.
- Firewalk like usage.
- Remote OS fingerprint.
- TCP/IP stack auditing.

WWW: http://www.hping.org/

-- Nicolas Jombart <ecu@ipv42.net>
2000-10-28T01:57:17+00:00 net/hping Network auditing tool
hping is a command-line oriented TCP/IP packet assembler/analyzer.
The interface is inspired to the ping(8) Unix command, but hping isn't
only able to send ICMP echo requests. It supports TCP, UDP, ICMP and
RAW-IP protocols, has a traceroute mode, the ability to send files
between a covered channel, and many other features.
While hping was mainly used as a security tool in the past, it can be
used in many ways by people that don't care about security to test
networks and hosts. A subset of the stuff you can do using hping:

- Test firewall rules
- [spoofed] port scanning
- Test net performance using different protocols,
packet size, TOS (type of service) and fragmentation.
- Path MTU discovery
- Files transfering even between really fascist firewall rules.
- Traceroute like under different protocols.
- Firewalk like usage.
- Remote OS fingerprint.
- TCP/IP stack auditing.

WWW: http://www.hping.org/
2000-10-28T01:33:47+00:00 www/bmsync A bookmark converter and synchronizer for NN, KDE and MSIE
bmsync reads bookmarks from any number of so called bookmark collections,
checks for conflicts among the bookmarks, and writes them back to the
bookmark collections. It supports Netscape, KDE, and MSIE bookmarks.

- Dan Pelleg

daniel+bmsync@pelleg.org
2000-10-28T01:29:09+00:00 games/gnurobots GNU diversion wherein Scheme-coded robots explore a world
GNU Robots is a game/diversion where you construct a program for a
little robot, then set him loose and watch him explore a world on his
own. The robot program is written in Scheme, and is implemented using
GNU Guile. --from GNU robots README

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnurobots/
2000-10-28T01:22:50+00:00 mail/bsmtp Batch SMTP support for sendmail, incoming and outgoing
This package supplies batch SMTP support for sendmail, both incoming
and outgoing. Batch SMTP can be used to batch and compress mail
messages for UUCP links, which is faster and doesn't suffer from
the address limitations of rmail. Bsmtp's version of batch SMTP
is fully compatible with smail.
2000-10-28T01:20:02+00:00 www/mod_python3 Apache module that embeds the Python interpreter within the server
Mod_python allows embedding Python within the Apache http server
for a considerable boost in performance and added flexibility
in designing web based applications.

WWW: http://www.modpython.org/
2000-10-28T01:20:02+00:00 www/mod_python Apache 1.3 module for integrating Python
Mod_python allows embedding Python within the Apache http server
for a considerable boost in performance and added flexibility
in designing web based applications.

WWW: http://www.modpython.org/
developed by Gregory Trubetskoy <grisha@modpython.org> and others

This port requires a Python installation without threads support. Build &
(re)install Python with WITHOUT_THREADS set.
2000-10-28T01:16:38+00:00 converters/p5-Convert-ASN1 Perl5 module to encode and decode ASN.1 data structures
Convert::ASN1 encodes and decodes ASN.1 data structures
using BER/DER rules.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Convert-ASN1
2000-10-28T00:54:55+00:00 net/fugu A graphical client for the Gale instant messaging system
Fugu is a graphical client for the Gale instant messaging system. Its
features include: multiple screens for different subscription lists; a
detachable puff composer window; simple threading facilities for jumping to
the next and previous puff in a thread; searching for the next puff by this
author; clickable URLs; and thumbnail pictures depicting puff senders.

WWW: http://fugu.gale.org/

peterh@sapros.com
2000-10-28T00:54:55+00:00 net-im/fugu Graphical client for the Gale instant messaging system
Fugu is a graphical client for the Gale instant messaging system. Its
features include: multiple screens for different subscription lists; a
detachable puff composer window; simple threading facilities for jumping to
the next and previous puff in a thread; searching for the next puff by this
author; clickable URLs; and thumbnail pictures depicting puff senders.

WWW: http://fugu.gale.org/
2000-10-28T00:23:12+00:00 security/p5-IO-Socket-SSL Perl5 interface to SSL sockets
IO::Socket::SSL is a class implementing an object oriented
interface to SSL sockets. The class is a descendent of
IO::Socket::INET and provides a subset of the base class's
interface methods.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/IO-Socket-SSL
2000-10-28T00:03:48+00:00 converters/p5-Convert-BER Perl5 module to encode and decode objects using Basic Encoding Rules (BER)
`Convert::BER' provides an OO interface to encoding and decoding data
using the ASN.1 Basic Encoding Rules (BER), a platform independent way
of encoding structured binary data together with the structure.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Convert-BER
2000-10-27T08:06:53+00:00 textproc/mkcatalog Maintenance utility for sgml catalog files
A maintainance utility for sgml catalog files.

mkcatalog maintains sgml "catalog" files.

usage: mkcatalog [-pq] install|deinstall dtd-subdirectory [catalog-filename]
options:
-p preserve old catalog file.
-q silent mode

commands(required):
install set DTD configuration to catalog files.
deinstall usset DTD configuration from catalog files.

required arguments:
dtd-subdirectory DTD sub-directory.
(root sgml direcotry is ${PREFIX}/share/sgml.)

optional arguments:
catalog-filename DTD catalog filename.

for example:
# mkcatalog install html/4.0

This commands do the following actions:
1. Add `CATALOG "html/catalog"' to ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/catalog.
2. Add `CATALOG "4.0/catalog"'
to ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/html/catalog.


# mkcatalog install docbook/4.1 docbook41.cat

This commands do the following actions:
1. Add `CATALOG "docbook/catalog"' to ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/catalog.
2. Add `CATALOG "4.1/docbook41.cat"'
to ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/docbook/catalog.


# mkcatalog deinstall docbook/4.1 docbook41.cat

This commands do the following actions:
1. Delete `CATALOG "4.1/docbook41.cat"'
from ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/docbook/catalog.
2. Delete `CATALOG "docbook/catalog"'
from ${PREFIX}/share/sgml/catalog.
2000-10-27T01:54:27+00:00 www/p5-HTML-Template Perl module to use HTML Templates from CGI scripts
Perl module to use HTML Templates from CGI scripts.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/html-template/
2000-10-26T19:24:42+00:00 textproc/py-martel A parser generator for regular languages, written in Python
Martel is a parser generator, written in Python, which takes a regular
expression grammar for a file format and turns the resultant parsed tree into
a set of callback events emulating the XML/SAX API.

Essentially this means that existing and readily available XML tools can be
used to parse non-XML flat file formats.

Martel was originally intended for use in biocomputing applications (such as
Biopython - http://www.biopython.org/) where there is often a need to parse
flat and semi-structured legacy file formats. However, it is generally
applicable to the parsing of such files in all fields of endeavour.

Author: Andrew Dalke <dalke@dalkescientific.com>
WWW: http://www.dalkescientific.com/Martel/
See also: http://www.biopython.org/~dalke/Martel/

-- Johann Visagie <wjv@FreeBSD.org>
2000-10-26T16:15:48+00:00 x11-toolkits/whistlerk A GTK theme engine inspired by the Windows Whistler
WhistlerK is a GTK theme inspired by the Windows Whistler. A WhistlerK sawfish
theme is also available.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/whistlerk/
2000-10-26T16:15:48+00:00 x11-themes/whistlerk A GTK theme engine inspired by the Windows Whistler
WhistlerK is a GTK theme inspired by the Windows Whistler. A WhistlerK sawfish
theme is also available.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/whistlerk/
2000-10-26T15:36:48+00:00 lang/tinycobol A tiny COBOL compiler for IA32 platforms
TinyCOBOL is a COBOL compiler for use with the GNU gcc package.
It generates GNU assembler code, and then links it into an executable
binary. The long term goal is to comply with the COBOL 85 standard.

WWW: http://tiny-cobol.sourceforge.net/

- patrick
patrick@freebsd.org
2000-10-26T13:06:18+00:00 databases/jdbc-oracle9i The JDBC drivers for Oracle 9i
This is a port of the JDBC driver which is used to access Oracle 9i
databases using a database-independant API in Java for use with JDK 1.4.

WWW: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/features/jdbc/index-091264.html
2000-10-26T13:06:18+00:00 databases/jdbc-oracle8i The JDBC drivers for Oracle 8i
This is a port of the JDBC driver which is used to access Oracle 8i
databases using a database-independant API in Java for use with JDK 1.2 and
JDK 1.3.

WWW: http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/index.html
2000-10-26T13:06:18+00:00 databases/jdbc-oracle816 The JDBC drivers for Oracle 8.1.6
This is a port of the JDBC driver which is used to access Oracle
databases using a database-independant API in Java.

WWW: http://technet.oracle.com/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/content.html

patrick@freebsd.org
2000-10-26T13:00:45+00:00 emulators/visualos Visual simulator of an operating system to help understand an OSes
VisualOS is a "visual simulator of an operating system", that will help
study and understand the way a real systems work.

It allows the user to insert processes in the running system, assigning them
properties (memory usage, processing bursts, IO accesses) and VisualOS will
dynamically show different graphical representations of each subsystem. It is
also possible to select the algorithm to be used in each case.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/visualos/
2000-10-26T02:05:13+00:00 games/magiccube4d MagicCube4D is a four-dimensional analog of Rubik's cube
MagicCube4D is a four-dimensional Rubik's cube. It is an exact analogy in
four dimensions to the original plastic three dimensional puzzle, but
with some useful features - such as a "reset" button - which the original
puzzle lacked.

WWW: http://www.superliminal.com/cube/cube.htm
2000-10-26T01:42:33+00:00 net/unison232 User-level file synchronization tool
This is Unison version 2.32, kept for compatibility with older
installations on other computer across the network. -- Matthias Andree

Unison is a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two
replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different
hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then
brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other.

Unison shares a number of features with tools such as configuration
management packages (CVS, PRCS, etc.) distributed filesystems (Coda, etc.)
uni-directional mirroring utilities (rsync, etc.) and other synchronizers
(Intellisync, Reconcile, etc).

WWW: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/
2000-10-26T01:42:33+00:00 net/unison User-level file synchronization tool
Unison is a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two
replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different
hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then
brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other.

Unison shares a number of features with tools such as configuration
management packages (CVS, PRCS, etc.) distributed filesystems (Coda, etc.)
uni-directional mirroring utilities (rsync, etc.) and other synchronizers
(Intellisync, Reconcile, etc).

WWW: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/
2000-10-26T01:42:33+00:00 net/unison-devel User-level file synchronization tool
Unison is a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two
replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different
hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then
brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other.

Unison shares a number of features with tools such as configuration
management packages (CVS, PRCS, etc.) distributed filesystems (Coda, etc.)
uni-directional mirroring utilities (rsync, etc.) and other synchronizers
(Intellisync, Reconcile, etc).

WWW: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/
2000-10-26T01:04:55+00:00 www/neon29 HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems
Neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems, with a C
interface. Featuring:

. High-level interface to HTTP and WebDAV methods
(PUT, GET, HEAD etc)
. Low-level interface to HTTP request handling, to allow
implementing new methods easily.
. HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 persistent connections
. RFC2617 basic and digest authentication
(including auth-int, md5-sess)
. Proxy support (including basic/digest authentication)
. Generic WebDAV 207 XML response handling mechanism
. XML parsing using the expat or libxml parsers
. Easy generation of error messages from 207 error responses
. WebDAV resource manipulation: MOVE, COPY, DELETE, MKCOL
. WebDAV metadata support: set and remove properties, query
any set of properties (PROPPATCH/PROPFIND).

WWW: http://www.webdav.org/neon/
2000-10-26T01:04:55+00:00 www/neon28 An HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems
Neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems, with a C
interface. Featuring:

. High-level interface to HTTP and WebDAV methods
(PUT, GET, HEAD etc)
. Low-level interface to HTTP request handling, to allow
implementing new methods easily.
. HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 persistent connections
. RFC2617 basic and digest authentication
(including auth-int, md5-sess)
. Proxy support (including basic/digest authentication)
. Generic WebDAV 207 XML response handling mechanism
. XML parsing using the expat or libxml parsers
. Easy generation of error messages from 207 error responses
. WebDAV resource manipulation: MOVE, COPY, DELETE, MKCOL
. WebDAV metadata support: set and remove properties, query
any set of properties (PROPPATCH/PROPFIND).

WWW: http://www.webdav.org/neon/
2000-10-26T01:04:55+00:00 www/neon26 An HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems
Neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems, with a C
interface. Featuring:

. High-level interface to HTTP and WebDAV methods
(PUT, GET, HEAD etc)
. Low-level interface to HTTP request handling, to allow
implementing new methods easily.
. HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 persistent connections
. RFC2617 basic and digest authentication
(including auth-int, md5-sess)
. Proxy support (including basic/digest authentication)
. Generic WebDAV 207 XML response handling mechanism
. XML parsing using the expat or libxml parsers
. Easy generation of error messages from 207 error responses
. WebDAV resource manipulation: MOVE, COPY, DELETE, MKCOL
. WebDAV metadata support: set and remove properties, query
any set of properties (PROPPATCH/PROPFIND).

WWW: http://www.webdav.org/neon/
2000-10-26T01:04:55+00:00 www/neon HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems
Neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library for Unix systems, with a C
interface. Featuring:

. High-level interface to HTTP and WebDAV methods
(PUT, GET, HEAD etc)
. Low-level interface to HTTP request handling, to allow
implementing new methods easily.
. HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/1.0 persistent connections
. RFC2617 basic and digest authentication
(including auth-int, md5-sess)
. Proxy support (including basic/digest authentication)
. Generic WebDAV 207 XML response handling mechanism
. XML parsing using the expat or libxml parsers
. Easy generation of error messages from 207 error responses
. WebDAV resource manipulation: MOVE, COPY, DELETE, MKCOL
. WebDAV metadata support: set and remove properties, query
any set of properties (PROPPATCH/PROPFIND).

WWW: http://www.webdav.org/neon/
2000-10-25T18:55:26+00:00 security/srm Secure rm, a utility which destroys file contents before unlinking
Secure rm (srm) is a command-line utility compatible with rm(1) which destroys
file contents before unlinking. The goal is to provide drop-in security for
users who wish to prevent command-line recovery of deleted information, even if
the machine is compromised.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/srm/
2000-10-24T20:46:49+00:00 graphics/seejpeg Console graphics viewer using the svga console graphics library
A console graphics viewer using the svga console graphics library.

Seejpeg is another JPEG viewer which utilizes svgalib and contains
limited GIF, PPM, BMP and TARGA viewing support.

WWW: http://www.icewalk.com/softlib/app/app_00013.html
2000-10-24T18:05:29+00:00 lang/fesi Free EcmaScript Interpreter written in Java
FESI (Free EcmaScript Interpreter) implements few language extensions and try
to follow the standard as much as possible.
This is unlike most implementation of JavaScript, which are unfortunately very
incompatible between them.
For the core language definition you can refer to the ECMA 262 standard.

WWW: http://www.lugrin.ch/fesi/index.html

- Leo Kim
leo@florida.sarang.net
2000-10-24T02:33:55+00:00 www/mod_zap An Apache module that provides Z39.50 access through WWW
The ZAP package is an Apache module that provides Z39.50 access through
World Wide Web.

WWW: http://www.indexdata.dk/zap/

Dmitry Sivachenko,
dima@Chg.RU
2000-10-24T02:19:01+00:00 net/yaz Z39.50/SR client and API library
YAZ is a compact toolkit that provides access to the Z39.50/SR
protocol, as well as a set of higher-level tools for implementing the
server and client roles, respectively.

WWW: http://www.indexdata.dk/yaz/
2000-10-23T21:49:12+00:00 security/inflex Inbound/outbound antivirus e-mail scanner for sendmail servers
Inflex is an inline virus scanner for sendmail mail servers (a port for
exim use also exists) which utilises an external virus scanner to scan all
inbound and outbound e-mail and attachments for viruses, and stop them
before they reach the recipients.

Inflex notifies both the sender and the receiver that the mail is infected
and has been halted.

Inflex does not impose much overhead and has been tested and is in use on
major corporate networks with large amounts of mail traffic.

WWW: http://www.inflex.co.za/

- jus
jus@security.za.net
2000-10-23T18:23:25+00:00 games/bomb Interactive display hack for SVGAlib or X
This program displays animations on the SVGAlib screen, or in X.
It responds to keyboard input.

GUILE support is not implemented in this port.

To exit the program, press Esc.

WWW: http://www.draves.org/bomb/
2000-10-23T15:03:49+00:00 audio/mutemix Adjusts a mixer
This is a program for adjusting an audio mixer. It has "a mute
button for every channel" and one to mute all channels at once.

WWW: http://www.v-i-t.de/mirkos_hp/html/index.html

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-23T10:50:06+00:00 net/ghtool "A command-line interface to the resolver library"
To quote from the SourceForge project description:

gh-tool is a command-line interface to gethostby*, in libresolv/libc.
It allows one to check the local system's notion of an IP->DNS or
DNS->IP mapping, including aliases, directly, rather than digging for
mappings in DNS, which may or may not be relevant.

WWW: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/gh-tool/
Author: Ally Kendall <aminorex@users.sourceforge.net>

Maintainer: Peter Pentchev <roam@orbitel.bg>
2000-10-23T10:50:06+00:00 dns/ghtool Command-line interface to the resolver library
gh-tool is a command-line interface to gethostby*, in libresolv/libc.
It allows one to check the local system's notion of an IP->DNS or
DNS->IP mapping, including aliases, directly, rather than digging for
mappings in DNS, which may or may not be relevant.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gh-tool/
2000-10-23T02:59:44+00:00 converters/tnef Unpack data in MS Outlook TNEF format
This program decodes those annoying application/ms-tnef MIME attachments that
Microsoft mail servers helpfully use to encapsulate your already MIME encoded
attachments.

Due to the proliferation of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange mail servers,
more and more mail is encapsulated into this format.

The TNEF program allows one to unpack the attachments which were encapsulated
into the TNEF attachment. Thus alleviating the need to use Microsoft Outlook
to view them.

WWW: http://tnef.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-23T02:44:41+00:00 net/xtradius
XtRadius is a freeware radius server implementation. The main feature is that it
can handle user accounting and authentication informations via external fully
configurable scripts.
The XtRadius server is based on Cistron Radius 1.6.3. You can write script to
make you own auth and/or accounting routines without having to patch the main
server.

WWW: http://www.xtradius.com/
2000-10-23T02:04:10+00:00 www/apache-contrib Third-party modules contributed to the Apache HTTP server project
This is a collection of third-party modules contributed to the Apache HTTP
server project.

The modules are:

mod_allowdev, mod_auth_cookie, mod_auth_cookie_file, mod_auth_external,
mod_auth_inst, mod_auth_systemm, mod_eaccess, mod_bandwidth, mod_cache,
mod_cgisock, mod_urlcount, mod_disallow_id, mod_layout, mod_lock,
mod_peephole, mod_put, mod_qs2ssi, mod_session, mod_fastcgi, mod_cvs,
mod_macro, mod_random, mod_roaming, mod_ip_forwarding, mod_ticket, mod_define
and mod_monitor.

WWW: http://www.apache.org
2000-10-22T16:43:20+00:00 net/svnc VNC viewer for SVGAlib
This is a VNC viewer for SVGAlib.

from the Web page:

The viewer doesn't do any scaling or scrolling, so the desktop you
connect to must be of a resolution supported by your SVGALIB setup.
Try creating servers of different geometries and connecting to them -
if your svgalib setup doesn't work for one resolution it may work for
another. Persevere - this has a lot of potential. You can use it to
make a very lightweight graphics terminal with reasonable performance
on low-end hardware.

The current version will not generally be able to connect to Windows
servers, because it requests a palette-based display which the Windows
server cannot generate.

If you have problems, press Ctrl+Alt+Backspace, or log in over the network and
kill the svncviewer process.

WWW: http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/platforms.html#svgalib

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-22T15:36:25+00:00 security/vlock Locks a terminal
This is a utility which locks a terminal so it can only be unlocked with the
user's password (or the root password). It uses PAM authentication by default.

WWW: http://freshmeat.net/projects/vlock
2000-10-22T11:47:59+00:00 graphics/linplasma Sinus plasma, an SVGAlib demo
This program is a display hack for SVGAlib.

To exit the program, press "any" key.
2000-10-22T10:54:37+00:00 graphics/acidwarp SVGAlib demo which displays trippy mathematical images in cycling colors
This program generates images from mathematical functions, draws them on the
SVGAlib screen, and cycles the palette. The images are intended to have a
hypnotic effect.

After exiting the program, you must switch consoles before the display will be
usable again.

WWW: http://www.noah.org/acidwarp/index.html
2000-10-21T20:40:56+00:00 sysutils/pkg_tarup
Script to tar up an already installed package.

The Script has still a problem, as the MTREE file is removed after
a pkg_add/make install. As leaving the MTREE file will lead to a
~10% increase in space needed for /var/db/pkg which I'm not sure
we should do, esp. as the files are almost always the same again.
(On my notebook with ~250 installed pkgs, the size increasement
would be from 8.8MB to 10MB).

Author: Hubert Feyrer <hubert@feyrer.de>
WWW: http://cvsweb.netbsd.org/bsdweb.cgi/pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkg_tarup/
2000-10-21T20:40:56+00:00 misc/pkg_tarup
Script to tar up an already installed package.

The Script has still a problem, as the MTREE file is removed after
a pkg_add/make install. As leaving the MTREE file will lead to a
~10% increase in space needed for /var/db/pkg which I'm not sure
we should do, esp. as the files are almost always the same again.
(On my notebook with ~250 installed pkgs, the size increasement
would be from 8.8MB to 10MB).

Author: Hubert Feyrer <hubert@feyrer.de>
WWW: http://cvsweb.netbsd.org/bsdweb.cgi/pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkg_tarup/
2000-10-21T19:29:01+00:00 lang/gforth Fast and portable Forth system
Gforth is a fast and portable implementation of the ANS Forth
language. It works nicely with the Emacs editor, offers some nice
features such as input completion and history and a powerful locals
facility, and it even has a manual. Gforth employs traditional
implementation techniques: its inner innerpreter is indirect or
direct threaded.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gforth/gforth.html
2000-10-21T14:44:26+00:00 www/tomcat41 Open-source Java web server by Apache, stable 4.1.x branch
Apache Tomcat is a web server written in 100% Pure Java. The
Tomcat 4 branch is the reference implementation for the Java
Servlet 2.3 and JavaServer Pages 1.2 technologies.

Tomcat 4.1 is a refactoring of Tomcat 4.0.x, and contains significant
enhancements, including:

o JMX based administration features
o JSP and Struts based administration web application
o New Coyote connector (HTTP/1.1, AJP 1.3 and JNI support)
o Rewritten Jasper JSP page compiler
o Performance and memory efficiency improvements
o Enhanced manager application support for integration with development
tools
o Custom Ant tasks to interact with the manager application directly from
build.xml scripts


WWW: http://tomcat.apache.org/
2000-10-21T14:44:26+00:00 www/jakarta-tomcat41 Open-source Java web server by Apache, stable 4.1.x branch
Jakarta Tomcat is a web server written in 100% Pure Java. The
Tomcat 4 branch is the reference implementation for the Java
Servlet 2.3 and JavaServer Pages 1.2 technologies.

Tomcat 4.1 is a refactoring of Tomcat 4.0.x, and contains significant
enhancements, including:

o JMX based administration features
o JSP and Struts based administration web application
o New Coyote connector (HTTP/1.1, AJP 1.3 and JNI support)
o Rewritten Jasper JSP page compiler
o Performance and memory efficiency improvements
o Enhanced manager application support for integration with development
tools
o Custom Ant tasks to interact with the manager application directly from
build.xml scripts


WWW: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
2000-10-21T14:44:26+00:00 www/jakarta-tomcat4 Open-source Java web server by Apache, stable 4.0.x branch
Jakarta Tomcat is a web server written in 100% Pure Java. The
Tomcat 4 branch is the reference implementation for the Java
Servlet 2.3 and JavaServer Pages 1.2 technologies.

The Tomcat 4.0.x series are being replaced by the Tomcat 4.1.x
series, which is a refactoring of 4.0 with some minor feature
enhancements.

WWW: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
2000-10-21T14:44:26+00:00 www/jakarta-tomcat3 Open-source Java web server by Apache, stable 3.x branch
Jakarta Tomcat is a web server written in 100% Pure Java. Tomcat is also the
reference implementation for the Java Servlet 2.2 and JavaServer Pages 1.1
technologies.

WWW: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
2000-10-21T14:44:26+00:00 www/jakarta-tomcat
Jakarta Tomcat is a web server written in 100% Pure Java. Tomcat is also the
reference implementation for the Java Servlet 2.2 and JavaServer Pages 1.1
technologies.

WWW: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
2000-10-21T14:40:55+00:00 devel/pinstall A tool for installing files according to a packing list
This is a simple Perl script that installs files from a source
directory to a destination directory according to a packing list,
assuming the layout of the source and destination directories are
similar. It is very useful for installing ports that do not have their
own install targets.
2000-10-21T00:03:16+00:00 www/zope-ptk
The Zope Content Management Framework (CMF) - previously known as the Portal
Toolkit (PTK) - contains most of what you need to set up and maintain a web
portal using Zope.

WWW: http://cmf.zope.org/
2000-10-21T00:03:16+00:00 www/zope-cmf The Zope Content Management Framework (CMF)
The Zope Content Management Framework (CMF) - previously known as the Portal
Toolkit (PTK) - contains most of what you need to set up and maintain a web
portal using Zope.

WWW: http://www.zope.org/Products/CMF/
2000-10-20T23:11:48+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-Simple Trivial API for reading and writing XML (esp config files)
XML::Simple is a Perl module that makes it really easy to read and write XML
files.

XML::Simple was originally developed for the purpose of reading and writing
config files in XML format (which offers various advantages over say .INI
format). Having said that, many people find it useful for other purposes.

WWW: http://www.mclean.net.nz/
2000-10-20T23:08:04+00:00 audio/p5-MP3-Info Manipulate / fetch info from MP3 audio files
Manipulate / fetch info from MP3 audio files.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/MP3-Info
2000-10-20T23:00:58+00:00 mail/nail BSD mail utility with MIME extensions
BSD mail utility with MIME extensions

WWW: http://nail.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-20T23:00:58+00:00 mail/heirloom-mailx BSD mail utility with MIME, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, and S/MIME extensions
Heirloom mailx (formerly known as "nail") is derived from Berkeley
Mail and provides the functionality of the System V and POSIX mailx
commands. Additional features include support for MIME, IMAP
(including caching and disconnected use), POP3, SMTP, S/MIME,
international character sets, maildir folders, message threading,
powerful search methods, scoring, and a Bayesian junk mail filter.
Mailx can be used as a mail batch language in nearly the same way as
it is used interactively. It can thus act as a mailbox filter, can
fetch mail from remote accounts, and can send files as attachments.

WWW: http://heirloom.sourceforge.net/mailx.html
2000-10-20T15:48:56+00:00 chinese/xemacs21 XEmacs text editor version 21, with XIM support and Big5 settings
2000-10-20T15:31:09+00:00 chinese/big5fs Reads Big5 filenames on Joliet, VFAT and NTFS filesystems
This port installs three kernel modules, big5cd9660.ko, big5msdos.ko and
big5ntfs.ko, which will let users read Big5 filenames on Joliet, VFAT,
and NTFS filesystems, respectively.

The NTFS version is contributed by: huangant.bbs@bbs.cs.ntou.edu.tw
2000-10-20T09:11:38+00:00 databases/py-gdbm Python bindings to the GNU dbm library (Python ${PYTHON_VER})
Python bindings to the GNU dbm library.
2000-10-20T07:32:38+00:00 games/lbreakout Nice clone of classical Breakout game
LBreakout is a classical Breakout game and this means (if you like Breakout ;-)
it is a lot of fun to play! If you never ever played such a game you can check
out the manual for more information and last but not least... play it!

This is a list of LBreakout's features:

Sound
HighScore
A menu with mouse support
Mouse or keyboard can be used for playing
Controls can be redefined
Mouse can be kept in window while playing
Your starting level can be chosen
A difficulty can be selected (easy, medium, hard)
Various backgrounds
A lot of collectable extras
Nice graphics
Cool effects
Own levels can be created

WWW: http://lgames.sourceforge.net/index.php?project=LBreakout
2000-10-19T16:15:35+00:00 games/ltris Tetris clone but a good one with bunch of cool features
LTris is just another clone of Tetris but IMHO a good one, so if you like
Tetris, download and play it!

Features:
Tetris clone using SDL
Sound
Menu
Controls can be redefined
Block preview
Starting level between 0 and 9
Various backgrounds
HighScores
Nice graphics
Smooth gameplay
Cool effects (transparency, animations)
Two player mode
Two game modes

Two game modes? Yes. The "normal" mode is the one everbody knows well. You
play as long as you can while the blocks are getting faster. The second one
called "advanced" has some additional features. First there is a new figure in
each new level and second later on there are suddenly appearing tiles and rows.

WWW: http://lgames.sourceforge.net/index.php?project=LTris
2000-10-19T13:17:31+00:00 games/icebreaker Game similar to Jezzball or Barrack
IceBreaker is a game similar to Jezzball or Barrack. So, uh, there's a bunch of
penguins on an iceberg in Antarctica. You have been selected to catch them so
they can be shipped to Finland, where they are essential to a secret plot for
world domination.

In order to trap the penguins, you'll need to break the iceberg into small
chunks. (They're afraid of water, for no apparent reason.) You do this by
melting lines in the ice with Special High-Tech GNU Tools.

If a penguin hits a line in progress, however, it vanishes with a loud noise,
and you lose a life. (Yes, a life. This story is really breaking down, isn't
it? But never fear -- I'll keep going until it's completely dead.)

Once 80% or more of the iceberg is gone, the remaining chunks are small enough
for shipping. Of course, if you manage to get rid of more than that, you'll
save on postage, thus earning you exponential amounts of Geek Cred (a.k.a.
"score").

After you ship off one batch of penguins, it's time to move on to the next.
Each subsequent 'berg will have one more penguin, and you'll have one more
life. This will continue until you lose, or until you exceed level one hundred
or so, which Ain't Gonna Happen.

WWW: http://www.mattdm.org/icebreaker/
2000-10-19T11:56:49+00:00 graphics/xzgv Image viewer with thumbnail-based file selector for X
This is an image file viewer with thumbnail-based file selector. it uses GTK+
and Imlib libraries and support most image file formats. The thumbnail file is
compatible with xv and Gimp.

In contrast to other image file viewers for X, xzgv uses only one window and
can fit a large image to the size of the window without changing the aspect
ratio.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/xzgv/
2000-10-19T07:01:32+00:00 net-p2p/lopster GTK+ client for Napster and free alternatives
Lopster is a Napster client with Multiserver and Multisource support
for Linux/Unix written in C and based on GTK.

WWW: http://lopster.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-19T07:01:32+00:00 audio/lopster GTK+ client for Napster
Lopster is a Napster client with Multiserver and Multisource support
for Linux/Unix written in C and based on GTK.

WWW: http://lopster.sourceforge.net/

Roman Shterenzon <roman@xpert.com>
2000-10-19T04:29:41+00:00 misc/sh-utils The FSF's versions of date(1), expr(1), test(1), etc
The Free Software Foundation's "sh" utilities, including "basename",
"chroot", "date", "dirname", "echo", "env", "expr", "false",
"groups", "hostid", "hostname", "id", "logname", "nice", "nohup",
"pathchk", "pinky", "printenv", "printf", "pwd", "sleep", "stty",
"su", "tee", "test", "true", "tty", "uname", "users", "who",
"whoami", and "yes".

Similar utilities to most of these exist in the FreeBSD base system,
but many of the GNU versions have added functionality that is
useful.

Note that this port will install these utilities with a `g' prefix,
for example gdate, gexpr, or gtest, but the texinfo documentation
will refer to them without the `g' prefix.

GNU su does not support a wheel group. This port installs it
without the suid bit, unless you define WITH_SUID while building.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/shellutils/shellutils.html
2000-10-18T10:00:56+00:00 graphics/gpaint Small-scale painting program for GNOME
This is gpaint, a small-scale painting program for GNOME, the GNU
Desktop. Gpaint does not attempt to compete with GIMP. Think of GIMP
is like Photoshop as gpaint is like Windows Paint.

Gpaint is still work in progress and many features are still being
developed. However, gpaint is useable already for small image markups.

A large part of gpaint is derived from xpaint 2.4.9, authored by David
Koblas and later Torsten Martinsen. Gpaint also uses the gtkscrolframe
widget (taking from eog 0.5) by Federco Mena-Quintero.

Future plans include the implementation of missing features, printing
support, and turning gpaint into a Bonobo component for simple image
editing tasks.

For bugs or general comments please send mail to Andy Tai, atai@atai.org

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gpaint/
2000-10-16T21:41:56+00:00 x11-wm/uwm X11R3 window manager
This is a small, simple window manager, contributed to X11R3 by DEC.

The behavior of uwm can be customized by configuration files.

Since uwm does not decorate windows, it may not be obvious that it has started.
By default, middle-clicking on the root window with the middle mouse button
will bring up a menu of window operations. Pressing a mouse button while
holding an Alt key will raise or lower the window under the pointer, or (when
done on the root window) circulate windows up or down.

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-16T21:35:08+00:00 java/perltools
PerlTools(TM) makes using regular expressions in Java almost as
easy as in Perl! Built on top of the OROMatcher(TM) regular expression
package, PerlTools(TM) provides highly reliable Perl5 regular
expression support for your Java programs while at the same time
taking the burden of compiling and caching pattern objects off of
your shoulders.

Author: Daniel F. Savarese

WWW: http://www.savarese.org/oro/downloads/index.html#PerlTools

--
Marcin Cieslak
saper@system.pl
2000-10-16T14:27:46+00:00 net/arping ARP level "ping" utility
Arping is a util to find out if a specific IP address on the LAN is 'taken'
and what MAC address owns it. Sure, you *could* just use 'ping' to find out if
it's taken and even if the computer blocks ping (and everything else) you still
get an entry in your arp cache. But what if you aren't on a routable net? Then
you're screwed. Or you use arping.

WWW: http://www.habets.pp.se/synscan/programs.php?prog=arping
2000-10-16T10:42:36+00:00 graphics/py-ming Python module for Ming which allows you to create Flash 4/5 movies
This is the Python module for the Ming library.
Ming allows you to create Flash 4/5 (TM) movies.

WWW: http://www.libming.org/
2000-10-16T09:38:27+00:00 graphics/ruby-ming Yet another Ming module for Ruby
Ming/Ruby is a library for Ruby to generate Macromedia Flash (SWF).
It is a wrapper around Ming (a SWF output library).

Author: IKEGAMI Daisuke <ikegami@madscientist.jp>
WWW: http://mingruby.rubyforge.org/
2000-10-16T07:48:51+00:00 graphics/ming Flash 4/5 movie output library with many languages support
Ming is an LGPL'ed Flash 4/5 (TM) movie (SWF) output library with PHP,
Python, Ruby, Perl 5, C and C++ interfaces.

WWW: http://www.libming.org/
2000-10-16T02:28:03+00:00 net/sing Tool for sending customized ICMP packets
Sing is a little tool that sends ICMP packets fully customized from command
line. The main purpose is to replace/complement the niceful ping command
with certain enhancements as:

- Send fragmented packets (Linux and BSD).
- Send monster packets > 65534 (Linux and BSD).
- Send/read spoofed packets.
- Send many ICMP Information types in addition to the ECHO REQUEST type sent
by default as Address Mask Request, Timestamp, Information Request, Router
Solicitation and Router Advertisement.
- Send many ICMP error types: Redirect, Source Quench, Time Exceeded,
Destination Unreach and Parameter Problem.
- Send to host with Loose or Strict Source Routing.
- Use little fingerprinting techniques to discover Windows or Solaris boxes.
- Send ICMP packets emulating certain OS: Cisco, Solaris, Linux, Shiva,
Unix and Windows at the moment.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/sing/

--Roman <roman@xpert.com>
2000-10-16T02:28:03+00:00 net-mgmt/sing Tool for sending customized ICMP packets
Sing is a little tool that sends ICMP packets fully customized from command
line. The main purpose is to replace/complement the niceful ping command
with certain enhancements as:

- Send fragmented packets (Linux and BSD).
- Send monster packets > 65534 (Linux and BSD).
- Send/read spoofed packets.
- Send many ICMP Information types in addition to the ECHO REQUEST type sent
by default as Address Mask Request, Timestamp, Information Request, Router
Solicitation and Router Advertisement.
- Send many ICMP error types: Redirect, Source Quench, Time Exceeded,
Destination Unreach and Parameter Problem.
- Send to host with Loose or Strict Source Routing.
- Use little fingerprinting techniques to discover Windows or Solaris boxes.
- Send ICMP packets emulating certain OS: Cisco, Solaris, Linux, Shiva,
Unix and Windows at the moment.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/sing/
2000-10-15T00:20:24+00:00 chinese/pyDict A Chinese <-> English dictionary under both, console and X11
pyDict is a Chinese(Big5) <-> English dictionary, written in Python.
It can be used as a console app or X11 window(with -x option). The
data is prepared by TurboLinux in simplified Chinese, then converted
to traditional Chinese by CLE(Chinese Linux Extension) team.

Author: Daniel Gau <plateau@pagic.net>
WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydict/
2000-10-14T11:22:33+00:00 audio/nosefart Player for NES Sound Format (NSF)
This is a port of Nosefart, a player for the NSF sound format, which
describes music taken from Nintendo Entertainment System game cartridges
in a compact form.

WWW: http://nosefart.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-14T10:05:34+00:00 multimedia/xine X11 multimedia player
xine is a free multimedia player. It plays back CDs, DVDs, and VCDs.
It also decodes multimedia files like AVI, MOV, WMV, and MP3 from
local disk drives, and displays multimedia streamed over the Internet.
It interprets many of the most common multimedia formats available.

WWW: http://www.xine-project.org
2000-10-14T10:05:34+00:00 graphics/xine An X11 multimedia player
xine is a free multimedia player. It plays back CDs, DVDs, and VCDs.
It also decodes multimedia files like AVI, MOV, WMV, and MP3 from local disk
drives, and displays multimedia streamed over the Internet. It interprets many
of the most common multimedia formats available.

WWW: http://www.xinehq.de/
2000-10-14T04:51:41+00:00 mail/sendmail812 Reliable, highly configurable mail transfer agent with utilities
Sendmail implements a general purpose internetwork mail routing facility
under the UNIX operating system. It is not tied to any one transport
protocol - its function may be likened to a crossbar switch, relaying
messages from one domain into another. In the process, it can do a limited
amount of message header editing to put the message into a format that is
appropriate for the receiving domain. All of this is done under the
control of a configuration file.

Sendmail is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.

WWW: http://www.sendmail.org/
2000-10-14T04:51:41+00:00 mail/sendmail811 Reliable, highly configurable mail transfer agent with utilities
Sendmail implements a general purpose internetwork mail routing facility
under the UNIX operating system. It is not tied to any one transport
protocol - its function may be likened to a crossbar switch, relaying
messages from one domain into another. In the process, it can do a limited
amount of message header editing to put the message into a format that is
appropriate for the receiving domain. All of this is done under the
control of a configuration file.

Sendmail is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.

WWW: http://www.sendmail.org/
2000-10-14T04:51:41+00:00 mail/sendmail Reliable, highly configurable mail transfer agent with utilities
Sendmail implements a general purpose internetwork mail routing facility
under the UNIX operating system. It is not tied to any one transport
protocol - its function may be likened to a crossbar switch, relaying
messages from one domain into another. In the process, it can do a limited
amount of message header editing to put the message into a format that is
appropriate for the receiving domain. All of this is done under the
control of a configuration file.

Sendmail is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.

WWW: http://www.sendmail.org/
2000-10-14T04:51:41+00:00 mail/sendmail-old Reliable, highly configurable mail transfer agent with utilities
Sendmail implements a general purpose internetwork mail routing facility
under the UNIX operating system. It is not tied to any one transport
protocol - its function may be likened to a crossbar switch, relaying
messages from one domain into another. In the process, it can do a limited
amount of message header editing to put the message into a format that is
appropriate for the receiving domain. All of this is done under the
control of a configuration file.

Sendmail is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.

WWW: http://www.sendmail.org/
2000-10-14T02:03:46+00:00 deskutils/gcal GNU Gregorian calendar program
Gcal is a program for calculating and printing calendars. Gcal
displays hybrid and proleptic Julian and Gregorian calendar sheets,
respectively, for one month, three months or a whole year. It also
displays eternal holiday lists for many countries around the globe,
and features a very powerful creation of fixed date lists that can
be used for reminding purposes. Gcal can calculate various
astronomical data and times of the Sun and the Moon for any location,
precisely enough for most civil purposes. Gcal supports some other
calendar systems, for example the Chinese and Japanese calendar,
the Hebrew calendar and the civil Islamic calendar.

Note that this port will install these utilities with a `g' prefix,
eg., gdate, gexpr, gtest, but the texinfo documentation will refer to
these utilities without the `g' prefix.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/gcal/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk16 Java Development Kit 1.6.0
This is the latest JDK 1.6.0 patchset from the BSD Java porting project.
This port allows you to easily build a native JDK 1.6.0 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy the resulting binaries
can't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch the source code and patchset
for FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk15 Java Development Kit 1.5.0
This is the latest JDK 1.5.0 patchset from the Java 2 FreeBSD porting
project. This port allows you to easily build a native JDK1.5.0 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy the resulting binaries
can't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch the source code and patchset
for FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk14 Java Development Kit 1.4.2
This is the latest patchset from the Java 2 FreeBSD porting project. This
port allows you to easily build a native JDK1.4.2 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy the resulting binaries
can't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch the source code and patchset
for FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk13 Java Development Kit 1.3
This is the latest patchset from the Java 2 FreeBSD porting project. This
port allows you to easily build a native JDK1.3.1 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy the resulting binaries
can't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch the source code and patchset
for FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk12 Java Development Kit 1.2
This is the latest patchset from the Java 2 FreeBSD porting project. This port
allows you to easily build native JDK1.2.2 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy, the resulting binaries
couln't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch source code and patchset for
FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T12:41:25+00:00 java/jdk12-beta
This is the latest patchset from the Java 2 FreeBSD porting project. This port
allows you to easily build native JDK1.2.2 for FreeBSD.

Please note that due to the current Sun licensing policy, the resulting binaries
couln't be distributed and you are only permitted to use/hack it personally.
Due to the same reasons you have to manually fetch source code and patchset for
FreeBSD.

WWW: http://www.freebsd.org/java/
http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/index.html
http://www.sun.com/software/communitysource/java2/
2000-10-13T01:58:35+00:00 www/p5-HTML-Tagset Some useful data table in parsing HTML
This module contains several data tables useful in various kinds of
HTML parsing operations.

Note that all tag names used are lowercase.

In the following documentation, a "hashset" is a hash being used as a
set -- the hash conveys that its keys are there, and the actual values
associated with the keys are not significant. (But what values are
there, are always true.)

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/HTML-Tagset
2000-10-12T12:31:13+00:00 biology/fastdnaml Faster DNAML, makes phylogenetic trees using maximum likelihood
fastDNAml is a program derived from Joseph Felsenstein's version 3.3 DNAML
(part of his PHYLIP package). Users should consult the documentation for
DNAML before using this program.

fastDNAml is an attempt to solve the same problem as DNAML, but to do so
faster and using less memory, so that larger trees and/or more bootstrap
replicates become tractable. Much of fastDNAml is merely a recoding of the
PHYLIP 3.3 DNAML program from PASCAL to C.

WWW: http://www.life.illinois.edu/gary/programs/fastDNAml.html
2000-10-12T12:19:15+00:00 palm/palmpower Disassembler and other tools for PalmOS binaries
Disassembler and other tools for PalmOS binaries.

The package consists of:
pilotdis - PalmOS binaries disassembler
pila - PalmOS assembler, resource compiler and linker
splitprc - PRC file splitter

WWW: http://www.freshports.org/palm/palmpower/
2000-10-12T02:01:05+00:00 audio/csound-manual Manuals for Csound
This is the Alternative Csound Reference Manual, in HTML, plain
text, Docbook and PDF.

WWW: http://www.kevindumpscore.com/download.html#csound-manual

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-12T01:58:05+00:00 audio/csound Sound synthesizer
Csound is a programming language designed and optimized for sound
rendering and signal processing. The language consists of over 450
opcodes - the operational codes that the sound designer uses to build
"instruments" or patches.

Although there are an increasing number of graphical "front-ends" for
the language, you typically design and modify your patches using a word
processor. Usually, you create two text files - a .orc (orchestra) file
containing the "instruments," and a .sco (score) file containing the
"notes."

In Csound, the complexity of your patches is limited by your knowledge,
interest, and need, but never by the language itself. For instance, a
22,050 oscillator additive synthesizer with 1024 stage envelope
generators on each is merely a copy-and-paste operation. The same goes
for a 1 million voice granular texture!

Have you ever dreamed of sounds such as these? Well in Csound you can.
And in Csound these dreams can come true!

WWW: https://csound.com/
2000-10-11T23:30:09+00:00 audio/wmusic A remote control dockapp for xmms
wmusic is a dockapp that remote-controls xmms. Features include VCR-style
controls, Time and Playlist display, supa style rotating arrow, hiding of the
xmms windows and reactive interface.

WWW: http://home.jtan.com/~john/wmusic/
2000-10-10T23:53:19+00:00 emulators/ia64sim IA64 simulator (Intel(R) Architecture 64)
Free simulator for the Intel/HP IA-64 architecture.

WWW: http://www.boo.net/~jasonp/
2000-10-10T18:08:14+00:00 devel/glade-- A C++(GTK--) code generator for glade
glade-- is a C++ backend for glade, the GUI designer for Gtk.
This means this program reads glade files and outputs a C++ program source
skeleton for you.

WWW: http://home.wtal.de/petig/Gtk/index.html
2000-10-10T11:14:03+00:00 biology/biojava Open-source Java tools for processing biological data
The BioJava Project is an open-source project dedicated to providing Java
tools for processing biological data. This will include objects for
manipulating sequences, file parsers, CORBA interoperability, access to
ACeDB, dynamic programming, and simple statistical routines.

The BioJava library is useful for automating those daily and mundane
bioinformatics tasks. As the library matures, the BioJava libraries will
provide a foundation upon which both free software and commercial packages
can be developed.

WWW: http://www.biojava.org/
2000-10-10T03:44:52+00:00 games/pentix This is a game of pentix for terminals
This is a game of pentix for terminals

pentix is one of the various flavours of good old tetris.
however, pentix surpassed its famous parent in playbility

this version of pentix is based on the original msdos version of
pentix by Marta & Adrian Soncodi (C) 1986 ICE/APP
which is considered standard of pentix

I've tried to keep this port and the original version as alike as possible
in all relevant respects

Play Pentix!

Andrey Tchoritch <andy@sympad.net>
http://www.sympad.net/~andy/pentix
2000-10-10T02:57:23+00:00 biology/nab A language for macromolecules
This is nab (nucleic acid builder), a computer language that
is intended for use in creating, describing and modifying
macromolecules, especially nucleic acids. Programs written in
nab are translated into C, which in turn is compiled into machine
code.

Further general information can be obtained from our web page:

WWW: http://www.scripps.edu/case/

Although we have been using this code for some time now, users
should be aware that bugs may still exist. Please see the file
COPYING for the usual disclaimer of liability. Further
enhancements are planned, and will be announced on the web page.

Please send comments and suggestions to Tom Macke
(macke@scripps.edu) and/or to Dave Case (case@scripps.edu). If
you find the program useful, please send us a note outlining your
applications.

This port to FreeBSD by M. L. Dodson, Active Site Dynamics
mldodson@houston.rr.com
2000-10-08T21:47:23+00:00 x11/portoseguro Launch applications by clicking on an icon bar
from the README:

Porto Seguro is a simple dock, built for the Sapphire window manager, but may
fit any other window manager.

The applications are run with a single click. The dock is configured in a GUI
run from the button on the screen edge.

You may configure items to hold instance, that is, run only one instance of the
app and keep the button highlighted while the application is running or not to
hold, which is useful for xterms and other things you'll want to have many at
once.

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-08T18:53:47+00:00 audio/snd Multitracking sound editor and utilities
Snd is a sound editor modeled loosely after Emacs and an old, sorely-missed
PDP-10 sound editor named Dpysnd. It can accommodate any number of sounds,
each with any number of channels, and can be customized and extended using
Guile, Ruby or Forth.

Included with it are some command-line utilities:
- snd-info (note: renamed from sndinfo, for this FreeBSD port) prints a
description of a sound file.
- sndplay plays a sound file.
- sndrecord records sound from a microphone.
- audinfo describes the current state of the audio hardware.

WWW: http://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/snd/
2000-10-07T15:34:21+00:00 japanese/msdosfs Mount a Microsoft FAT Japanese file system
You can mount a Japanese FAT file system via "mount_jamsdos" command.
Be sure that "msdos_ja.ko" is already dynamically linked into the
kernal before you type "mount_jamsdos" (see kldstat(8)).

The author is Toshihiko Arai <toshi@FreeBSD.org>.

WWW: http://www.linkclub.or.jp/~clover/msdosfs.html

- R. Imura <imura@af.airnet.ne.jp>
2000-10-06T09:09:37+00:00 games/gniffel A clone of the famous Yatzi game, also known as Kniffel, for GNOME
A clone of the famous Yatzi game, also known as Kniffel in Germany. It is
similar to gTali in the gngames package. It should not be better than gtali,
or cooler, it is just another game of this kind.
2000-10-06T02:42:20+00:00 x11-toolkits/gal2 Collection of widgets taken from GNOME 2 gnumeric
GAL is a collection of widgets and utility routines that were taken
from Evolution and Gnumeric.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-10-06T02:42:20+00:00 x11-toolkits/gal A collection of widgets taken from GNOME gnumeric and evolution
GAL is a collection of widgets and utility routines that were taken
from Evolution and Gnumeric.

The upcoming version of Evolution and Gnumeric will both require
GAL, as the code has been moved to this new module.

The API is not frozen and might change at any time. Larger class
renaming might happen at any point without notice. Use this library
at your own risk.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-10-05T01:35:25+00:00 databases/mytop Top clone for MySQL
mytop is a non-gui tool for monitoring the threads and overall performance
of MySQL 3.22.x and 3.23.x servers. It runs on most Unix systems which have
Perl, DBI, and Term::ReadKey installed. And with Term::ANSIColor installed
you even get color.

WWW: http://jeremy.zawodny.com/mysql/mytop/
2000-10-04T05:15:34+00:00 x11-fm/xdiskusage Show where disk space is taken up
This utility runs "du" to scan directories of your choosing, then displays a
graph which emphasizes the subdirectories where the largest files are kept, and
optionally lists the files themselves. You can descend into the directory
tree, or back out, by clicking on the graph. If you save the output of "du" in
a file, xdiskusage can analyze that too. PostScript output is available.

WWW: http://xdiskusage.sourceforge.net/
2000-10-04T04:52:56+00:00 x11-toolkits/xclasses C++ layout library for X
from the README:

Xclasses is a C++ layout library for the X Window System. The
sizes of all objects (gadgets) change with the size of the font
and the size of the window.

All gadgets have the same base class (class gadget) so they are
all used the same way. Gadgets are put together in groups which
manage the sizes of the gadgets (or groups) inside.

WWW: http://www.js-home.org/Xclasses/

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-04T04:52:56+00:00 mail/xc-mail Mail client for X which supports POP and PGP
XCmail is a MIME- and POP3-capable e-mail client for X11. It has
plugins to display various kinds of MIME attachments. There is an
address book. XCmail can work with a local mailbox--or several--and
POP3. With POP3, it can use the UIDL function and cache the UIDL
history so mail which is left on the POP server but deleted on the
client is only downloaded once. XCmail has RFC 2015-compliant
support for encrypted mail in multipart MIME format.

WWW: http://www.js-home.org/XCmail/

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-04T04:45:22+00:00 x11/dynamag Magnifying utility which updates continuously
from the source:

This is a major rewrite of the xmag program distributed by MIT with
X11R5. It features three modes of magnification. The magnifier
can be made to follow the mouse pointer around, displaying a
magnified image either in a window that is "sticky" to the pointer,
or in a stationary window. The magnifier can also be `anchored'
to continually magnify a fixed area of the screen.

The sticky window does not work.

WWW: http://larswiki.atrc.utoronto.ca/wiki/indepth/Unwindows

Trevor Johnson
2000-10-03T23:15:59+00:00 devel/py-xoltar-toolkit Functional programming, lazy expressions, and thread pools for Python
The Xoltar Toolkit contains utility modules for Python, including functional
programming support, lazy expressions and data structures, and thread pools.

It includes support for closures, curried functions, lazy expressions,
lazy tuples (functional programming languages call these lazy lists, but
since lists are mutable in Python, tuples are closer in meaning), and lazy
equivalents for map, filter, reduce, and zip. It also includes some
higher-order functions for composing functions.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/xoltar-toolkit/
See also: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-prog.html
2000-10-03T23:15:59+00:00 devel/py-functional
A Python module which provides support for a functional style of Python
programming.

It includes support for closures, curried functions, lazy expressions,
lazy tuples (functional programming languages call these lazy lists, but
since lists are mutable in Python, tuples are closer in meaning), and
lazy equivalents for map, filter, reduce, and zip. Also includes some
higher-order functions for composing functions and such.

To use, just

import functional

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xoltar-toolkit/
2000-10-03T21:35:45+00:00 textproc/py-HyperText Lightweight HTML/XHTML generator for Python
A Python module for programatically generating HTML, XHTML, XML,
and SGML.

WWW: http://dustman.net/andy/python/
2000-10-03T20:55:20+00:00 databases/py-SQLDict Python dictionary wrapper around a SQL database
From the module documentation:

SQLDict: A helper class for the Python DB API.

This creates a database interface which works pretty much like a
Python dictionary (or shelve).

WWW: http://dustman.net/andy/python/
2000-10-03T15:43:11+00:00 chinese/moefonts-cid MOE CIDFonts converted by Adobe
MOE CIDFonts
============

This font collection is used by ghostscript, for printing
Chinese documents.

Chinese CID-Keyed fonts(MOEKai and MOESung) are provided by
Adobe, and original 48x48 bitmap fonts is from Ministry of
Education of Taiwan Government, prepared by Dynalab. These
fonts are free to use.
2000-10-02T14:43:55+00:00 graphics/ruby-gd Ruby extension library to use Thomas Boutell's gd library
Ruby/GD is an extension library to use Thomas Boutell's gd library
(http://www.boutell.com/gd/) from Ruby.

WWW: https://github.com/Spakman/ruby-gd
2000-10-02T05:18:59+00:00 japanese/another-htmllint Another HTML-lint (all messages are written in Japanese)
Another HTML-lint is yet another lint for HTML. This program displays
all messages in Japanese.

WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/k16/htmllint/
2000-10-01T22:28:52+00:00 x11-wm/pwm lightweight window manager with emphasis on usability
PWM is a rather lightweight window manager for X11. It has the unique
feature that multiple client windows can be attached to the same
frame. This feature helps keeping windows, especially the numerous
xterms, organized.

Being a lightweight window manager with emphasis on usability, PWM does
not have all the features that one might expect from a window
manager. Those features are simply unnecessary. PWM does not provide
pixmapped themes or other bloated eye candies but has a clean and
simple look inspired by BeOS and Motif. There are no icons and frames
cannot be iconified, only "shaded". Only One True (pointer) focus
mode is supported: sloppy. PWM does not even have titlebar buttons and
may not be the easiest window manager to get into, most Good
Things are not.

PWM does have workspaces, menus and Window Maker dockapp support. It has
pretty good keyboard support and almost all the functionality
is configurable.

WWW: http://iki.fi/tuomov/ion/pwm.html
2000-10-01T15:27:35+00:00 graphics/xbarcode Generates bar codes in a variety of formats
This is a port of XBarcode, which will let you generate barcodes in a
variety of image formats.

WWW: http://www.nodetree.net/software/xbarcode/

Brett McCormick
brett@nodetree.net
2000-10-01T14:57:28+00:00 japanese/xchat X11 IRC client using the GTK+ toolkit, and optionally, GNOME
2000-10-01T13:04:04+00:00 korean/a2ps Simple a2ps wrapper for Korean text printing
a2ps-h does filtering a2ps(not a2ps 4.3, a2ps 4.12 is ok) output
for Korean text printing. It converts Korean text in a2ps output
to Korean-printable PS file.

WWW: http://www.kr.FreeBSD.org/~hwang/misc/index.html
2000-09-30T00:27:54+00:00 misc/gwhich GNU Which - Everything you never wanted in a which
GNU Which by Carlo Wood (Run of ircu fame)

The main difference with version 1.0 by Paul Vixie is that this
version will not return directory names as being executables
and that by default it will expand a leading "./" and "~/" to
its full path on output.

WWW: https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/which/
2000-09-29T13:52:36+00:00 games/nil A multiplayer game like Quake in 2D or Worms done right
NiL is a remake of a little-known title called Liero, a freeware game that runs
on DOS. The creator, designer, and all-round good guy behind NiL, Flemming
Fransden, had stumbled across Liero at a demo-party in the former East Germany.
When the author of Liero was apparently uninterested in making the source code
available or porting it to other platforms, Flemming set about reimplementing
Liero from the ground up -- under the catchy name NiL.

NiL takes place far underground where players are personified as cute little
blue worms. But, don't let the game's seemingly innocent appearance fool you.
Using worms armed to the teeth with weaponry normally reserved for first-person
shooters, NiL combines the best features of the Quake series of online gaming
with the comical traits of Worms. Together, this allows for a lively and
dynamic environment where you can tunnel and blast your way around the screen,
creating your own escape routes from the surrounding mayhem. NiL also sports
the right price -- free.

WWW: http://nil.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-28T22:24:06+00:00 editors/zile Small emacs-like text editor
zile is another emacs clone. zile is a customizable, self-documenting
real-time display editor. zile was written to be similar as possible
to emacs; every emacs user should feel at home with zile.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-png10 RPM of the PNG lib (old 1.0 version)
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-png RPM of the PNG lib
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-f8-png10 RPM of the PNG lib (old 1.0 version, Linux Fedora 8)
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-f8-png RPM of the PNG lib (Linux Fedora 8)
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-f10-png10 RPM of the PNG lib (old 1.0 version, Linux Fedora 10)
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T14:48:50+00:00 graphics/linux-f10-png RPM of the PNG lib (Linux Fedora 10)
A port of png lib rpm.
2000-09-28T09:32:23+00:00 games/bomberinstinct Bomberman-like multiplayer game
BomberInstinct is a multiplayer-only Bomberman-like game. It plays only on a
single computer at the moment, with keyboard or joystick. It's part like
Bomberman, because you must kill the other players with bombs that throw flames
vertically and horizontally, but it's much more strategical because you have to
do with the elements of a maze (arrows, tunnels, teleportations, and many
more...), and with the special powers of each character.

WWW: http://bomberinstinct.sf.net/
2000-09-28T08:07:22+00:00 games/madbomber Clone of Activision's classic Atari 2600 console game "Kaboom!"
"Mad Bomber" is a clone of Activision's classic Atari 2600 console game,
"Kaboom!," by Larry Kaplan, with spruced-up graphics and sound effects, and
music

WWW: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/madbomber/
2000-09-27T06:16:12+00:00 graphics/ruby-libpng A libpng wrapper class for Ruby
This is a libpng wrapper class for Ruby.

Author: DATE Ken <ge6537@i.bekkoame.ne.jp>
2000-09-26T17:37:39+00:00 audio/glame Powerful, fast, stable, and easily extensible sound editor for GNOME
GLAME is meant to be the GIMP of audio processing. It is designed to be
a powerful, fast, stable, and easily extensible sound editor for GNOME
desktop.

WWW: http://glame.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-26T15:26:19+00:00 editors/vim6+ruby Vi IMproved version 6 with embedded Ruby interpreter
2000-09-26T13:04:30+00:00 java/openjit A high-performance reflective Java Just-In-Time bytecode compiler
The OpenJIT project is an ongoing Java the programming language JIT
compiler project as a collaborative effort between Tokyo Institute of Technology
and Fujitsu Laboratory, partly sponsored by the Information Promotion Agency of
Japan.
OpenJIT is a "reflective" JIT compiler in that not only it is almost
entirely written in Java, but also that it bootstraps and compiles itself during
execution of the user program, and compiler components coexist as first-class
objects in user heap space. Thus, users can tailor and customize the compilation
of classes at runtime for variety of purposes such as application-specific
optimization and partial evaluation, dynamic, compiler-assisted environment
adaptation of programs, debugging, language extension and experimentation, and
other types of advanced compiler-based research and applications. OpenJIT even
allows full dynamic update of itself by loading the compiler classes on the fly
from the network.
OpenJIT is fully JDK compliant, and plugs into standard JVMs several
Unix platforms such as Solaris (Sparc), Linux (x86), and FreeBSD (x86).
On Linux/x86 platform, OpenJIT 1.1.14 is faster than the JDK 1.2 classic
VM compiler, runs more or less the same speed as other commercial JIT compilers
on classic VM.
OpenJIT is completely free so long as it is used for non-commercial
purposes. Its source, binaries, etc. can be freely distributed and modified
without restriction.

WWW: http://www.openjit.org/
2000-09-26T12:12:49+00:00 audio/openal 3D positional spatialized sound library
The idea behind OpenAL is a 3d positional spatialized sound library analogous
to OpenGL: instead of micromanaging each aspect of sound playback and effect,
the application writer may limit themselves to placing the sounds in the
scene and letting the native OpenAL implementation determine the correct
amount of pitch alteration, gain attenuation, phase shift, etc, required to
render the sounds correctly.

That's the goal, anyway.

WWW: http://www.openal.org/
2000-09-26T11:10:07+00:00 chinese/tintin++
2000-09-26T02:58:04+00:00 security/acid Analysis Console for Intrusion Databases (ACID) with Snort and MySQL
ACID is a PHP-based analysis engine to search and process a database of
security incidents generated by the NDIS Snort. The features currently
include:

- Search interface for finding alerts matching practically any criteria.
This includes arrival time, signature time, source/dest address/port,
flags, payload, etc. Furthermore, these queries can be made arbitrarily
complex to satsify almost any parameters.

- Statistics:
- % of traffic for each protocol
- Alerts: # of src/dst IP, last/first arrival time
- Graph # of arrived alert over a period of time
- last x-number of alerts by protocol

- All features are provided in real-time

WWW: http://www.cert.org/kb/acid/
2000-09-25T16:06:44+00:00 korean/texinfo Korean enabled Texinfo formatter
Texinfo is a documentation system that uses a single source file to
produce both online information and printed output.

Texinfo-ko is a Korean patched version of Texinfo formatter. It
enables users to write a Korean Texinfo document with EUC-KR
encoded Hangul.

Texinfo-ko includes makeinfo (info formatter), texinfo-ko.tex (TeX
formatter), and texindex.

Korean Texinfo system by Changwoo Ryu <cwryu@debian.org>
2000-09-25T12:28:41+00:00 devel/titano An IDE for GNOME desktop
Titano is an IDE built with Glade using GTK+. It uses GtkEditor as a main
editing widget though you will be able to use your favorite editor as an
editing component in Titano via Bonobo technology.

Features (some of features are only planned and may appear not very soon):
o Project management with automake/autoconf support
o Support for different languages
o Bonobo editor components
o Integrated debugger
o Code exploring tools
o And many other things you may need for developing

WWW: http://titano.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-25T11:27:12+00:00 x11-toolkits/libgtkeditor A source code editor widget for GTK+
GtkEditor is a source code editor widget for GTK+. It is currently used, in one
version or another, in several GTK+/GNOME applications, including gIDE,
VDKBuilder, GXEdit, and Bluefish.

The longterm goal of GtkEditor is to provide a framework for source code
editing in GTK+ applications, whether just for editing macros or for full
fledged IDEs. We try to achieve this through a highly configurable editor
widget sub-classing the gtktext widget. After initialisation, the editor widget
can be treated as the usual text widget, and all source-code editing features
are taken care of by the widget itself. The behaviour of the editor is decided
by dynamic libraries loaded during initialisation of the widget or statically
linked with the application using the widget. These libraries can be hand-coded
or created using tools supplied with GtkEditor.

In the current version of GtkEditor, the widget only support syntax
highlighting, but future versions will include automatic/semi-automatic
indenting, parenthesis matching, and what other nifty features we can come up
with.

WWW: http://gtkeditor.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-25T09:46:16+00:00 audio/sweep Sound editor for the GNOME/GTK+2 desktop
Sweep is an audio editor and live playback tool for GNU/Linux, BSD and
compatible systems. It supports many music and voice formats including
WAV, AIFF, Ogg Vorbis, Speex and MP3, with multichannel editing and
LADSPA effects plugins.

WWW: http://www.metadecks.org/software/sweep/
2000-09-25T07:09:11+00:00 games/clanbomber A bomberman-like multiplayer game
ClanBomber is a free (GPL) Bomberman-like multiplayer game that uses ClanLib, a
free multi platform C++ game SDK. First "ClanBomber" was only a working title
for a small game started in September 1998, that has only been started to learn
how to use ClanLib. But the ClanBomber project has grown into a real game. It
is fully playable and features Computer controlled bombers, however, it is
recommended to play ClanBomber with friends (3-8 players are really fun).

WWW: http://clanbomber.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-25T06:58:43+00:00 devel/clanlib Cross-platform game SDK
ClanLib delivers a platform independent interface to write games with. If a
game is written with ClanLib, it should be possible to compile the game under
any platform (supported by ClanLib, that is) without changes in the application
source code.

But ClanLib is not just a wrapper library, providing an common interface to
low level libraries such as DirectX, Svgalib, X11, GGI, etc. While platform
independency is ClanLib's primary goal, it also tries to be a service-minded
game SDK. In other words, authors have put great effort in to designing the API,
to ensure ClanLib's easy of use - while maintaining it's power.

WWW: http://www.clanlib.org/
2000-09-25T06:58:43+00:00 devel/clanlib-devel Cross-platform game SDK
ClanLib delivers a platform independent interface to write games with. If a
game is written with ClanLib, it should be possible to compile the game under
any platform (supported by ClanLib, that is) without changes in the application
sourcecode.

But ClanLib is not just a wrapper library, providing an common interface to
lowlevel libraries such as DirectX, Svgalib, X11, GGI, etc. While platform
independency is ClanLib's primary goal, it also tries to be a service-minded
game sdk. In other words, authors have put great effort in to designing the API,
to ensure ClanLib's easy of use - while maintaining it's power.

WWW: http://www.clanlib.org/
2000-09-24T19:40:38+00:00 net/ruby-ldap Ruby interface to LDAP API based on RFC1823
Ruby/LDAP is a Ruby extension library which provides LDAP interface
based on RFC1823.

Supported LDAP libraries are OpenLDAP, Michigan LDAP, and NetscapeSDK.

WWW: http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby-ldap/
2000-09-23T14:40:34+00:00 mail/qmailadmin CGI program for administering Qmail with vchkpw/vpopmail
QmailAdmin is a cgi program for administering Qmail with vchkpw.

WWW: http://www.inter7.com/qmailadmin/
2000-09-23T14:40:34+00:00 mail/qmailadmin-devel CGI program for administering Qmail with vchkpw/vpopmail
QmailAdmin is a cgi program for administering Qmail with vchkpw.

WWW: http://www.inter7.com/qmailadmin/
2000-09-22T22:24:44+00:00 mail/sqwebmail CGI Webmail client for Maildirs
SqWebMail is a web CGI client for sending and receiving E-mail using
Maildir mailboxes. It DOES NOT support traditional Mailbox files - only
Maildirs.

Features:

. Very lightweight
. Hierarchical mail folders
. Virtual accounts
. vpopmail authentication

WWW: http://inter7.com/sqwebmail/
2000-09-22T17:06:17+00:00 security/mindterm-binary Full vt220 compatible Java SSH-1 client (not only for websites)
This is a Java SSH Client, which has a whole bunch of features,
but supports SSH Protocol 1 connections only.

This version does not depend on the Java Development Kit, since
it is the binary version, which runs out-of-the-box in
webbrowsers that support Java. A minimal sample HTML page
is installed as well.
If you want to use the client from shell, you have to install
the JDK first (${PORTSDIR}/java/jdk/).

A commercial version for SSH-2 is available here:
WWW: http://www.mindbright.se/mindterm/
(This version is no longer supported)
2000-09-22T13:15:20+00:00 devel/projectcenter.app A development environment for GNUstep
Project Center is GNUstep's graphical integrated development environment
(IDE). It helps you to create all different kinds of projects like
Applications, Tools, Libraries and Bundles.

Project Center allows you to easily add and remove, edit and search files;
writes the project makefiles accordingly and supports you in the actual
process of building and debugging your project.

Even the management of a big project keeps being easy as Project Center's
file browser lets you always have a well sorted and categorized overview
over all the files in your project.

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://www.gnustep.org/experience/ProjectCenter.html
2000-09-22T12:36:08+00:00 games/gomoku.app GNUstep Gomoku game
Gomoku.app is an extended TicTacToe game for GNUstep.
You win the game if you are able to put 5 of your pieces
in a row, column or diagonal. You loose if the computer
does it before you. You can play the game on boards of different
size; the default size is 8 but 10 is also nice to play.
Pass the size of the board as argument of Gomoku.app. For example, to
play on a 10x10 board, you can start Gomoku with:

openapp Gomoku.app 10

Warning: board size must be >= 8.

BUGS: Please mail them to <n.pero@mi.flashnet.it>

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://www.gnustep.it/nicola/Applications/Gomoku/
2000-09-22T12:25:44+00:00 games/pysol-music Collection of background music for use with PySol
What is PySol-Music ?
======================

A collection of additional background music adapted for use with PySol.
I'm distributing this as its own package because I want to
keep the main distribution reasonable small.

PySol-Music should work with any PySol version >= 4.30.

PySol-Music is distributed under the terms of the GNU General
Public License (GPL). The file COPYRIGHT in the data/music
directory contains additional information about the original authors.
2000-09-22T12:25:44+00:00 games/pysol-cardsets Collection of free cardsets adapted for use with PySol
What is PySol-Cardsets ?
========================

A collection of free cardsets adapted for use with PySol.
I'm distributing this as its own package because I want to
keep the main distribution reasonable small.

PySol-Cardsets should work with any PySol version >= 2.00,
but version 4.00 or better is strongly recommended.

PySol-Cardsets is distributed under the terms of the GNU General
Public License (GPL). The file COPYRIGHT in each of the cardset
directories contains additional information about the original authors.
2000-09-22T07:19:40+00:00 french/staroffice52 Suite bureautique integree
StarOffice 5.2 est une suite bureautique contenant un traitement de
texte, un tableur, un logiciel de présentation, un éditeur d'images
etc... StarOffice offre la possibilite de lire et écrire les fichiers
de MS Office (97 et 2000).
2000-09-21T13:01:40+00:00 mail/vpopmail Easy virtual domain and authentication package for use with qmail
vpopmail provides an easy way to manage virtual domains and virtual
accounts on a qmail mail server.

Features:

. Automates all qmail file modifications into documented command line
programs

. Support for named and IP-based virtual domains

. NFS safe

. dynamic directory creation for scalability using fill-in balanced 3
level tree

. understands standard qmail .qmail directives

. interacts well with qmailadmin for web-based administration, courier-imap
for IMAP support, and sqwebmail for web-based mail.

WWW: http://inter7.com/vpopmail/
2000-09-21T13:01:40+00:00 mail/vpopmail-stable "Easy virtual domain and authentication package for use with qmail"
vpopmail provides an easy way to manage virtual domains and virtual
accounts on a qmail mail server.

Features:

. Automates all qmail file modifications into documented command line
programs

. Support for named and IP-based virtual domains

. NFS safe

. dynamic directory creation for scalability using fill-in balanced 3
level tree

. understands standard qmail .qmail directives

. interacts well with qmailadmin for web-based administration, courier-imap
for IMAP support, and sqwebmail for web-based mail.

WWW: http://inter7.com/vpopmail/
2000-09-21T13:01:40+00:00 mail/vpopmail-devel Easy virtual domain and authentication package for use with qmail
vpopmail provides an easy way to manage virtual domains and virtual
accounts on a qmail mail server.

Features:

. Automates all qmail file modifications into documented command line
programs

. Support for named and IP-based virtual domains

. NFS safe

. dynamic directory creation for scalability using fill-in balanced 3
level tree

. understands standard qmail .qmail directives

. interacts well with qmailadmin for web-based administration, courier-imap
for IMAP support, and sqwebmail for web-based mail.

WWW: http://inter7.com/vpopmail/
2000-09-20T19:04:41+00:00 converters/p5-Unicode-Map8 Mapping table between 8-bit chars and Unicode
The Unicode::Map8 class implement efficient mapping tables between 8-bit
character sets and 16 bit character sets like Unicode. The tables are efficient
both in terms of space allocated and translation speed. The 16-bit strings is
assumed to use network byte order.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Unicode-Map8
2000-09-20T18:47:37+00:00 math/p5-Math-Logic Perl module providing pure 2, 3, or multi-value logic
Perl's built-in logical operators, C<and>, C<or>, C<xor> and C<not>
support 2-value logic. This means that they always produce a result
which is either true or false. In fact perl sometimes returns 0 and
sometimes returns undef for false depending on the operator and the
order of the arguments. For "true" Perl generally returns the first
value that evaluated to true which turns out to be extremely useful
in practice. Given the choice Perl's built-in logical operators are
to be preferred -- but when you really want pure 2-degree logic or
3-degree logic or multi-degree logic they are available through
this module

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Math-Logic
2000-09-20T18:45:52+00:00 math/p5-Math-Expr Perl module for parsing mathematical expressions into a tree structure
Math::Expr parses mathematical expressions into a tree structure.
The expressions may contain integers, real numbers, alphanumeric
variable names, alphanumeric function names and most other characters
might be used as operators. The operators can consist of multiple
characters. The only limitation is that a variable or function
name may not start on a digit, and not all chars are accepted in
operation names.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/HAKANARDO/Math-Expr-0.4
2000-09-20T17:05:56+00:00 emulators/dgen-sdl Wonderful Sega Genesis/MegaDrive emulator
DGen is a wonderful Sega Genesis/MegaDrive emulator.

WWW: http://dgen.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-20T16:17:38+00:00 graphics/sdl_ttf Library to use TrueType fonts to render text in SDL applications
This library is a wrapper around the excellent FreeType library.

WARNING: There may be patent issues with using the FreeType library. Check the
FreeType website for up-to-date details.

This library allows you to use TrueType fonts to render text in SDL
applications.

Be careful when including fonts with your application, as many of them are
copyrighted. The Microsoft fonts, for example, are not freely redistributable
and even the free "web" fonts they provide are only redistributable in their
special executable installer form (May 1998). There are plenty of freeware and
shareware fonts available on the Internet though, and may suit your purposes.

WWW: https://www.libsdl.org/projects/SDL_ttf/
2000-09-20T15:52:40+00:00 net/sdl_net Small sample cross-platform networking library
This is a small sample cross-platform networking library, with a sample chat
client and server application. The chat client uses the GUIlib GUI framework
library.

WWW: https://www.libsdl.org/projects/SDL_net/
2000-09-20T15:36:05+00:00 graphics/guilib Simple GUI framework for use with SDL
This is a very simple GUI framework, for use with SDL. It is very flexible, but
is by no means a complete windowing system. Feel free to improve it!! :)

It contains a C++ GUI class with a very rudimentary C interface,
and a set of useful widget classes.

WWW: https://www.libsdl.org/projects/GUIlib/index.html
2000-09-20T11:37:28+00:00 textproc/cdiff Diff readability enhancer for color terminals
Term based tool to view colored, incremental diff in a Git/Mercurial/Svn
workspace or from stdin, with side by side and auto pager support. Requires
python (>= 2.5.0) and less.

WWW: https://github.com/ymattw/cdiff
2000-09-20T07:16:53+00:00 graphics/sdl_image Simple library to load images of various formats as SDL surfaces
This is a simple library to load images of various formats as SDL surfaces.
This library supports BMP, PPM, PCX, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TGA, and TIFF formats.

API:
#include "SDL_image.h"

SDL_Surface *IMG_Load(const char *file);
or
SDL_Surface *IMG_Load_RW(SDL_RWops *src, int freesrc);
or
SDL_Surface *IMG_Load_RW(SDL_RWops *src, int freesrc, char *type);

where type is a string specifying the format (i.e. "PNG" or "pcx").
Note that IMG_Load_RW cannot load TGA images.

An example program 'showimage' is included, with source in showimage.c

WWW: https://www.libsdl.org/projects/SDL_image/
2000-09-19T19:25:04+00:00 ports-mgmt/porteasy Tool for fetching and building ports
Porteasy lets you install ports and build packages without maintaining
a full ports tree. It achieves this by scanning the ports index for
dependency information, and using CVS to update only the ports you
requested and their dependencies.

Here are some of the things porteasy does for you:

- automatically update the necessary files (and only the necessary
files) using CVS (including anoncvs support)

- list all of a port's dependencies, optionally hiding those that
are already installed

- fetch all the necessary distfiles right away, in a single batch,
so you don't have to wait for one dependency to build before
fetching the next one's distfile. Dialup users will love this.

- build and install arbitrary ports.

- build packages.

-- des@freebsd.org
2000-09-19T19:25:04+00:00 misc/porteasy A tool for fetching and building ports
Porteasy lets you install ports and build packages without maintaining
a full ports tree. It achieves this by scanning the ports index for
dependency information, and using CVS to update only the ports you
requested and their dependencies.

Here are some of the things porteasy does for you:

- automatically update the necessary files (and only the necessary
files) using CVS (including anoncvs support)

- list all of a port's dependencies, optionally hiding those that
are already installed

- fetch all the necessary distfiles right away, in a single batch,
so you don't have to wait for one dependency to build before
fetching the next one's distfile. Dialup users will love this.

- build and install arbitrary ports.

- build packages.

-- des@freebsd.org
2000-09-19T18:19:19+00:00 databases/dbmetrix Another GTK+ frontend for mysql
dbMetrix is a copy-lefted, open-sourced SQL database tool. My goal is to
write a very graphical, clean, consistent, modularized front end to
various (currently opensourced) SQL servers. I plan to incorporate
administration utilities, sql dumps, dbf2sql/sql2dbf and client support
for all supported data sources. My motivation for writing dbMetrix is a
current lack of nice, truely GUI SQL admin/client tools. Most of the tools
available are written for a single, specific SQL server in mind and are
usually only a GUI-fied text interface. dbMetrix supports multiple and
various SQL servers simultaneously, however it is not a multi-threaded
application.

David E. Storey <dave@tomas.net>

WWW: http://www.tamos.net/sw/dbMetrix/
2000-09-19T18:09:54+00:00 x11-wm/sapphire-themes Themes for sapphire
These are some themes for the sapphire window manager. They are
based on work by Frank Hale, Petter Sundlof, US government agencies
(NOAA, Fish and Wildlife Service, and NASA), and myself. Many of
them show sea life or the sky.

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-19T18:09:54+00:00 x11-themes/sapphire-themes Themes for sapphire
These are some themes for the sapphire window manager. They are
based on work by Frank Hale, Petter Sundlof, US government agencies
(NOAA, Fish and Wildlife Service, and NASA), and myself. Many of
them show sea life or the sky.

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-19T17:56:57+00:00 editors/iiimecf Internet/Intranet Input Method Emacs Client Framework for GNU Emacs 20
IIIMECF -- Internet/Intranet Input Method Emacs Client Framework

IIIMECF conforms IIIM Protocol Specification defined by Sun Microsystems,
and consists of a library to create IIIM awarded applications and a simple
input method library controlled by IIIM server(s).
2000-09-19T17:06:01+00:00 databases/p5-DBD-XBase Provides access to XBase (dBase, Fox*) database files through DBI
Module XBase provides access to XBase (dBase, Fox*) database files,
namely dbf, dbt, fpt, ndx, ntx, mdx, idx and cdx. It provides native
Perl interface ($table->get_record, $table->update_record) to read
and write the tables. The index support is alpha and read only at the
moment.

Module DBD::XBase is a DBI driver that uses the XBase module
to work with the data, providing you with DBI compliant processing
interface and SQL commands ($dbh->prepare("SELECT * FROM TABLE")). As
an argument to DBI->connect, specify "dbi:XBase:$dir", where $dir is
the directory with the data files.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/pod/DBD::XBase
2000-09-19T16:56:32+00:00 converters/p5-Unicode-String Perl5 modules to handle various Unicode issues
These are experimental modules to handle various Unicode issues. They
were made before perl included native UTF8 support.

The current set of modules are:

Unicode::String - represent strings of Unicode chars
Unicode::CharName - look up character names
Unicode::Map8 - mapping tables towards 8-bit char sets

(the Unicode::Map8 module is distributed separately)

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Unicode-String
2000-09-19T16:45:40+00:00 x11/wrapper Wrapper for X.Org X11 server
This program runs an X server after sanity-checking the environment
and any options passed to it. It is meant to enhance security on
multi-user systems running XFree86 4 or the X11 server from x.org,
where the ability to use a startx script is needed. If you have
XFree86 3, do not install this: you do not need it and it will not
work. If you have no untrusted users or always run the X server
from xdm, you do not need this.
2000-09-19T16:18:15+00:00 multimedia/win32-codecs Huge compilation of Win32 binary video codecs
A huge compilation of Win32 codecs:

Video:
- Win32 VfW DLLs:
Indeo Video 3.2, 4.1
Microsoft MPEG-4 v1 & v2 beta
Microsoft MPEG-4 v3 ( also known as DivX ;-) )
Cinepak Video
ATI VCR-2
I263
Quicktime 6 (includes 3ivX, ZyGo)
Realplayer 9 (includes RV40)
xanim (includes 3ivX, Indeo3/4/5)
- Win32 DirectShow filters, decompression-only support:
Microsoft MPEG-4 v3 ( this decoder is slower than VfW one,
but offers wider range of picture control features )
Windows Media Video 7
Indeo Video 5.0
Motion JPEG ( using Morgan Multimedia shareware codec )
- Open-source plugins:
Motion JPEG ( using libjpeg, very slow )

Audio:
- Win32 ACM DLLs, decompression-only support:
Windows Media Audio ( also known as DivX ;-) Audio )
MS ADPCM
Intel Music Codec
- Open-source plugins, decompression-only support:
PCM
AC3
IMA ADPCM
MPEG Layer-1,2,3 ( compression into MP3 is also supported )
MSN Audio
GSM 6.1 Audio
- Win32 DirectShow filters, untested decompression-only support:
Voxware Metasound
ACELP.net

WWW: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/codecs/
2000-09-19T16:18:15+00:00 multimedia/avifile AVI player/converter with numerous codecs, including MPEG-4(DivX ;-))
An AVI player and converter built around the
Windows binary codecs.
Does not use Wine. It supports a lot of common modern codecs;
these have actually been separated into the port graphics/win32-codecs.

WWW: http://avifile.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-19T16:18:15+00:00 graphics/win32-codecs
A huge compilation of Win32 codecs:

Video:
- Win32 VfW DLLs:
Indeo Video 3.2, 4.1
Microsoft MPEG-4 v1 & v2 beta
Microsoft MPEG-4 v3 ( also known as DivX ;-) )
Cinepak Video
ATI VCR-2
I263
- Win32 DirectShow filters, decompression-only support:
Microsoft MPEG-4 v3 ( this decoder is slower than VfW one,
but offers wider range of picture control features )
Windows Media Video 7
Indeo Video 5.0
Motion JPEG ( using Morgan Multimedia shareware codec )
- Open-source plugins:
Motion JPEG ( using libjpeg, very slow )

Audio:
- Win32 ACM DLLs, decompression-only support:
Windows Media Audio ( also known as DivX ;-) Audio )
MS ADPCM
Intel Music Codec
- Open-source plugins, decompression-only support:
PCM
AC3
IMA ADPCM
MPEG Layer-1,2,3 ( compression into MP3 is also supported )
MSN Audio
GSM 6.1 Audio
- Win32 DirectShow filters, untested decompression-only support:
Voxware Metasound
ACELP.net

WWW: http://avifile.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-19T16:18:15+00:00 graphics/avifile
An AVI player and converter built around the
Windows binary codecs.
Does not use Wine. It supports a lot of common modern codecs;
these have actually been separated into the port graphics/win32-codecs.

WWW: http://avifile.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-19T16:10:53+00:00 security/p5-Crypt-Blowfish Perl5 interface to the Blowfish encryption alogorithm
his is Crypt::Blowfish, an XS-based implementation of the
Blowfish cryptography algorithm designed by Bruce Schneier. It's designed
to take full advantage of Crypt::CBC when desired. Blowfish keys may be
up to 448 bits (56 bytes) long.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Crypt-Blowfish
2000-09-19T16:03:04+00:00 print/sgf2tex Convert a Go game record in SGF format into TeX and provide fonts to make a dvi
sgf2tex is a system for typesetting Go games and diagrams using TeX. This
system may be used with either plain TeX or LaTeX. It includes the Metafont
sources for a new set of Go fonts, and a Perl script called Sgf2tex which
translates files in ``Smart Go Format'' (SGF) into TeX.

WWW: http://match.stanford.edu/~bump/sgf2tex.html
2000-09-19T15:46:57+00:00 mail/qmail-ldap Secure, reliable, and fast MTA for UNIX systems with LDAP support
A patch to stock qmail-1.03 to get all user account information
from an LDAP database. It primary target are POP toaster with
huge numbers of users (from thousands up to millions).

Some of it's greatest features:

* Users and virtual domains in an LDAP database
* No local accounts needed
* Perfect for ISP's to build POP toasters
* Native mail server clustering
* Supports size quotas on user maildirs
* Automatic creation of home- and maildir's
* Handles replies with new qmail-reply
* Extensive logging in qmail-smtpd and qmail-pop3d
* Supports tarpitting (based on a patch by Chris Johnson)
* Supports OpenLDAP 2.x, Novell NDS
* Includes extensive Antispam-Features
* Supports automatic maildir creation when the first mail arrives
* Support for SHA, SSHA, MD5, SMD5, MD4 and RIPE-MD160
* Support for NS-MTA-MD5 encrypted passwords used by Netscape Mailserver
* It also supports the password format used by Software.com's Post.Office
* Support TLS (SSL) encrytion of SMTP mail transport (by Frederik Vermeulen)

WWW: http://www.nrg4u.com/
2000-09-18T20:02:54+00:00 www/znavigator A Zope product to simplify the construction of navigation bars
The ZNavigator product was designed to simplify the construction of
navigation bars. It was written to make navbar management easy for
inexperienced contents managers, and provide some nifty features.

Many of the features and their usage are demonstrated in the
navigator_demo package, which you can import with the name
'navigator_demo.zexp' from the Zope management interface.

WWW: http://www.zope.org/Members/jonas/ZNavigator/
2000-09-18T18:51:22+00:00 www/knowledgekit A mechanism for the automatic creation/maintenance of Knowledge Bases
The KnowledgeKit provides a mechanism for the automatic creation and
maintenance of Knowledge Bases as well as FAQs. It provides a standard view
that integrates with the overall site Zope.

Latest Additions:
* An example folder
* Anonymous User FAQ Addiitons
* FAQ moderation support
* Knowledge Base Items can have support files
* Default views
* ZCatalog Awareness
* Simple How-To Object

WWW: http://www.zope.org/Members/Bill/Products/KnowledgeKit/
2000-09-18T00:46:13+00:00 x11-fm/systemg UNIX File Manager based on the design of the Macintosh System 7
System G

Dealing with the UNIX command line, especially the file system, is
one of the biggest hurdles to widespread use of UNIX and Linux.
System G was written to provide simple, intuitive access to the
file system in the form of a graphical hierarchy of files and
folders, based on the design of the Macintosh System 7.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/systemg/
2000-09-18T00:43:30+00:00 math/thx_1138 Electronic Paper for Calculations and Graphs
THX-1138

From the software readme:

THX-1138 is the calculator you've always wanted, short of handwriting
recognition.

THX-1138 (pronounced "thex") provides a calculator and the ability
to plot functions.

I chose the name as a tribute to the character in George Lucas'
movie. Free software and old SF movies do not compete, and I
encourage everybody to rent the movie, but if anybody still wants
to sue me, please remember that I don't have enough money to make
it worth the trouble, so just notify me, and I'll change the name.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/thx/
2000-09-18T00:40:20+00:00 mail/arrow Mail Reader for X: view, compose and organize; e.g, PGP, GnuPG, POP & APOP
Arrow provides a powerful, intuitive interface to electronic mail.
The ability to automatically monitor an unlimited number of inboxes
fed by a procmail script and to rearrange messages and even move
them to different mailboxes by simply dragging them significantly
eases the burden on managing one's daily correspondence.

It is a free e-mail program that was written to address the e-mail needs
of users migrating from Win95 and the Macintosh to Linux. It currently
supports viewing, composing, and organizing of e-mail, including secure
e-mail via PGP, POP access, and a spell checker.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/arrow/
2000-09-18T00:37:23+00:00 devel/codemedic Provides an elegant graphical interface to gdb
The standard UNIX debugger, gdb, is extremely powerful, but its
command line interface can be quite intimidating and painful to
use.

Code Medic provides an elegant free graphical interface to gdb's
most important features. Unlike most interfaces to gdb, Code Medic
aims to remove the need for the command line.

It provides access to the power of gdb with an intuitive front end.
It currently supports opening multiple source windows at once,
setting/clearing breakpoints while the program is running, watching
variables change in the variable tree as you step through code
(even with nested structs), text searching through source, and
integration with Code Crusader to provide a rapid, efficient
develop-debug cycle.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/medic/
2000-09-18T00:34:29+00:00 deskutils/notebook Organizer for storing information and to-do lists
Buzzer Electronic Notebook

Nothing is more annoying than trying to find the piece of information
that you need. If you have as many projects as we do, it rivals
the task of searching the Web! Buzzer is designed to solve this
problem by providing a single place to store all your information,
notes, tidbits, and to-do lists.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/notebook/
2000-09-17T22:45:02+00:00 mail/vrfy Verify mail address
Verify mail address,is it exists. For example,

% vrfy -n -vv kaz@kobe1995.net

NAKAMURA Kazushi@KOBE <mailto:kaz@kobe1995.net>
2000-09-17T22:36:32+00:00 www/oops Caching web proxy server
Oops - caching proxy server.
Oops! is a proxy server; the main aims of its development being
stable operation, service speed, main protocols support,
modularity, ease at use. What is one more server for when there is
already Squid? I personally was not satisfied with Squid on some
points, that is was why I wished to get rid of it. And that was done.

Basic differences from Squid:
Each request is served by a separate thread, which allows to use all
available processors on multiprocessor machine.
Cashed documents are stored in one or several big files. This makes
it possible to remove from the operational system a load on operation
with directories and to speed up access to the documents, and to use
raw-devices as a storage of cashed objects either.
The program modular structure provides extension of its function
without any change of the source code.
The special attention was paid to the point of providing a stable,
continuous, unbreakable work, easy and simple
configuration/reconfiguration. Thus, for example, the reconfiguration
on the fly doesn't result in a breakaway of already established connections.

WWW: http://oops-cache.org/oops.eng/
2000-09-17T22:30:36+00:00 misc/nsf NAKAMURA's Shell Form input
nsf - NAKAMURA's Shell Form input utility.

This makes a shell script can form-input. Availablity of shell script
grow wider and wider.
2000-09-17T22:05:59+00:00 audio/festvox-jph American English male voice for Festival
This is an American English male voice for Festival. It uses a
residual excited LPC diphone synthesis module from OGI, a lexicon
compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained modules used
by CSTR voices.

To use this voice, you must compile Festival with the OGI extensions.
It can be activated via (voice_jph_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-17T22:00:27+00:00 audio/fcplay Future Composer Reference Player
A player for those memorable Future Composer tunes from the Amiga.

The author says it was implemented because hardly any FC player available on
PC (and not even on AMIGA) manages to play back all modules without flaws --
if at all.

Tunes: http://exotica.fix.no/
2000-09-16T19:40:59+00:00 misc/moviedb The Internet Movie Database package
This is the Internet Movie Database package. It contains various tools to
download, update, and search through the Database.

The Internet Movie Database is an international volunteer effort whose
objective is to provide useful and up to date movie information *freely*
available on-line, across as many systems and platforms as possible. It
currently covers over 130,000 movies with over 2,100,000 filmography entries
and is expanding continuously.

WWW: http://www.imdb.com/interfaces/
2000-09-16T19:02:06+00:00 audio/spiralsynthbaby Synthesizer plugin for SpiralLoops
adapted from the Web page:

SpiralSynthBaby is a two-oscillator synthesizer. It is a scaled-down
version of SpiralSynth specifically designed as a plugin for
SpiralLoops. It runs about twice as fast as SpiralSynth.

WWW: http://www.pawfal.org/SpiralLoops/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T19:02:06+00:00 audio/spiralsynth MIDI-capable synthesizer for X
adapted from the Web page and the README:

Spiral Synth is a physically modelled, monophonic, analogue
synthesizer. It is capable of creating the kind of sounds made by
hardware analogue synths, the noises used in electronic music.
You can also use it to make stranger sounds. MIDI is supported,
including velocity detection, mapped to the volume of the oscillators
(but you can also use the PC keyboard to play the synth). Output
is to /dev/dsp or in Microsoft RIFF (.WAV) format to a file. You
can save and recall your sounds using the 100 patch save slots.

The PC keyboard can be used to play the synth, "q" & "z" are C,
and the keys progress from them: "2" is C#, "w" is D, etc. These
are just the defaults, and can be changed from the .Spiralrc file.
The function keys change the octave.

Sample output and a detailed list of features can be found on the
home page.

WWW: http://www.pawfal.org/Software/SpiralSynth/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T19:02:06+00:00 audio/spiralloops Loop-based sampler
SpiralLoops is an experimental loop-based sampler for Linux and FreeBSD.

The idea of SpiralLoops is to provide a simple, visual tool for looping
and layering of sounds; which can be sourced from either WAV files on disk,
or from sound-generating plugins.

SpiralLoops allows you to create loop-based compositions with the minimum
feedback time between the decisions you make and your ears. The looping
mechanism is very flexible; you can lock the timing of loops together, or
offset them for creating complex sequences, such as polyrhythms.

Loop triggers can be used to cause interaction between the loops, and as
an experimental way of creating music.

WWW: http://www.pawfal.org/Software/SpiralLoops/
2000-09-16T18:59:13+00:00 audio/festvox-rab8 British English male voice, sampled at 8 kHz, for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides a British English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

This voice can be activated via (voice_rab_diphone).

It is sampled at 8 kHz and conflicts with the festvox-rab16 package
(16 kHz samples).

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T17:38:55+00:00 net/airport Apple Airport / Lucent RG-1000 configuration program
This is a configuration program for the Apple Airport and Lucent RG-1000
in Java.

The Airport and Lucent RG-1000 are the same, except for one detail:
On the RG-1000 the net name cannot be changed and is overridden by
the hex number on the label on the bottom.

This port also installs the Link Monitor and Host Monitor utilities
and the Modem utility.
The Configurator for the new "Snow" Basestation is started with "airport2".

Author: Jon Sevy <jsevy@mcs.drexel.edu>
WWW: http://edge.mcs.drexel.edu/GICL/people/sevy/airport/index.html
2000-09-16T17:38:55+00:00 net-mgmt/airport Apple Airport / Lucent RG-1000 configuration program
This is a configuration program for the Apple Airport and Lucent RG-1000
in Java.

The Airport and Lucent RG-1000 are the same, except for one detail:
On the RG-1000 the net name cannot be changed and is overridden by
the hex number on the label on the bottom.

This port also installs the Link Monitor and Host Monitor utilities
and the Modem utility.
The Configurator for the new "Snow" Basestation is started with "airport2".

WWW: http://gicl.cs.drexel.edu/people/sevy/airport/
2000-09-16T17:29:55+00:00 audio/autozen Adjust brain waves with sound
Adapted from the Web page:

AutoZen generates sounds meant to cause the user's brain waves to
shift to a different dominant frequency, resulting in an altered
state of consciousness. If you are under treatment for any
psychiatric or neurological disorder, you might want to approach
this with caution. You must use headphones for AutoZen to work at
all. The effect depends on each ear receiving a different tone,
and the combination of the inputs in the brain. If you are deaf
in one ear, it will not work.

WWW: http://www.linuxlabs.com/autozen.shtml
2000-09-16T15:36:48+00:00 misc/gnomepm A small GNOME app that collects stock information from Yahoo!(c) Finance
GnomePM is a small app that collects stock information from Yahoo!(c) Finance,
and presents it in a nice little list. It is designed to cut back on CPU,
memory, and bandwidth usage by removing the need for a java enabled web browser.

There are many more features planned so keep a look out.

-DISCLAIMER-
Yahoo!(c) does not support this product.

Features:

o Auto-update Support
o Proxy support
o Ability to arrange symbols, or sort in descending/ascending alphabetical
order
o Supports multiple portfolios/symbols
o Internal Symbol Lookup Feature
o More Info menu using gnome-moz-remote to view News/Trade/Other info
Financials has been converted to use libghttp.
2000-09-16T15:36:48+00:00 finance/gnomepm A small GNOME app that collects stock information from Yahoo!(c) Finance
GnomePM is a small app that collects stock information from Yahoo!(c) Finance,
and presents it in a nice little list. It is designed to cut back on CPU,
memory, and bandwidth usage by removing the need for a java enabled web browser.

There are many more features planned so keep a look out.

-DISCLAIMER-
Yahoo!(c) does not support this product.

Features:

o Auto-update Support
o Proxy support
o Ability to arrange symbols, or sort in descending/ascending alphabetical
order
o Supports multiple portfolios/symbols
o Internal Symbol Lookup Feature
o More Info menu using gnome-moz-remote to view News/Trade/Other info
Financials has been converted to use libghttp.
2000-09-16T14:17:19+00:00 devel/gtranslator GNOME application for creating GNU gettext translation files
Gtranslator is a Gtk+-2 GUI to assist in the creation of GNU gettext
translations. It features auto-learning of translation rules, fuzzy
string manipulation, and self-contained msgfmt compilation/testing.

WWW: http://gtranslator.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-16T08:53:23+00:00 audio/festvox-tll American English female voice for Festival (no commercial use)
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English female voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis module, both created at OGI. It uses
a lexicon compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained
modules used by CSTR voices.

This voice can be activated via (voice_tll_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-rab16 16 kHz British English male voice for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides a British English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

This voice can be activated via (voice_rab_diphone).

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-ogirab British English male voice for Festival (non-commercial use only)
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides a British English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis module, both created at OGI. It uses
a lexicon compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained
modules used by CSTR voices.

This voice can be activated via (voice_ogirab_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-mwm American English male voice for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis module, both created at OGI. It uses
a lexicon compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained
modules used by CSTR voices.

This voice can be activated via (voice_mwm_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-ked8 American English male voice, sampled at 8 kHz, for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

This voice can be activated via (voice_ked_diphone) .

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-ked16 American English male voice, sampled at 16 kHz, for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

This voice can be activated via (voice_ked_diphone) .

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-kal8 American English male voice, sampled at 8 kHz, for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-kal16 American English male voice, sampled at 16 kHz, for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an American English male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. It uses the CMU Lexicon
pronunciations. Prosodic phrasing is provided by a statistically
trained model using part of speech and local distribution of breaks.
Intonation is provided by a CART tree predicting ToBI accents and
an F0 contour generated from a model trained from natural speech.
The duration model is also trained from data using a CART tree.

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-hvs Mexican Spanish female voice for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides an Mexican Spanish female voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis module, both created at OGI. It uses
a lexicon compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained
modules used by CSTR voices.

This voice can be activated via (voice_hvs_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-el11 Castilian Spanish male voice for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides a Castilian Spanish male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis method. The lexicon is provided by
a set of letter to sound rules producing pronunciation accents and
syllabification. The durations, intonation and prosodic phrasing
are minimal but are acceptable for simple examples.

This voice can be activated via (voice_el_diphone) .

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-don British English male voice for Festival speech synthesis system
note from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice uses a very small and efficient pulse-excited LPC diphone
synthesis method. It was originally written by Steve Isard. The
front end uses the same British English lexicon, intonation and
duration methods as rab_diphone.

This voice can be activated via (voice_don_diphone).

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festvox-abc Mexican Spanish male voice for Festival speech synthesis system
from the NetBSD maintainer:

This voice provides a Mexican Spanish male voice using a residual
excited LPC diphone synthesis module, both created at OGI. It uses
a lexicon compiled from MOBY and CMU lexicons, and other trained
modules used by CSTR voices.

This voice can be activated via (voice_abc_diphone) .

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festogi-spanish Mexican Spanish support for Festival
from the NetBSD maintainer:

OGIspanish is an extension to the Festival speech synthesis system.
It provides Mexican Spanish voices created by OGI staff and Alejandro
Barbosa from UDLA, Puebla, Mexico.

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festlex-poslex English lexicon for Festival
This is an English lexicon for the Festival speech synthesis system.
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festlex-ogi Composite pronunciation dictionary from ogi.edu for Festival
This is a composite pronunciation dictionary from ogi.edu, for
use with Festival.

WWW: http://cslu.cse.ogi.edu/tts/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festlex-oald Oxford Advanced Learner's pronunciation dictionary for Festival
This is the Oxford Advanced Learner's pronunciation dictionary
(British English), modified for the Festival speech synthesis
system.

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festlex-cmu CMU American English pronunciation dictionary for Festival
CMU American English pronunciation dictionary for the Festival
speech synthesis system
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festival Multi-lingual speech synthesis system
from the authors:

The Festival Speech Synthesis System is a general multi-lingual
text-to-speech system for Unix platforms. It is written in C++ and
includes a Scheme-based scripting language. Included with Festival
are lexicons and voices that together form a whole text-to-speech
system.

For output via esd do:

(Parameter.set 'Audio_Method 'esdaudio)

NAS and direct output are documented in section 23 of the users'
manual.

If you need the OGI extensions, install ports/audio/festival+OGI instead.

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

Trevor Johnson
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festival+OGI Text-to-speech system with OGI residual LPC synthesizer
This is Festival 1.4.1 with OGIresLPC, the residual LPC synthesizer
plugin from the Center for Spoken Language Understanding at the
Oregon Health & Science University (formerly Oregon Graduate Institute
of Science & Technology). The plugin "provides a new signal
processing engine and new voices" (it is needed by the abc, aec,
hvs, jph, mwm and tll voices) but is for non-commercial use only.

from the Festival authors:

The Festival Speech Synthesis System is a general multi-lingual
text-to-speech system for Unix platforms. It is written
in C++ and includes a Scheme-based scripting language.
Included with Festival are lexicons and voices that together
form a whole text-to-speech system.

For output via esd do:

(Parameter.set 'Audio_Method 'esdaudio)

NAS and direct output are documented in section 23 of the manual.

WWW: http://www.cslu.ogi.edu/tts/
http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T08:39:50+00:00 audio/festdoc Documentation for Festival
Festival documentation in texinfo, HTML, DVI and PostScript formats

WWW: http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
2000-09-16T05:38:02+00:00 graphics/panorama GNU framework for 3D graphics production
Panorama is a framework for 3D graphics production.
This will include modeling, rendering, animating,
post-processing, etc. Currently, there is no
support for animation, but this will be added soon.

Functionally, is a structured API, composed of two
dynamic libraries, and several plugins. A simple
console-mode front-end is included, which can load
scene descriptions and output a single image file.

A graphic front-end is under development and can
be found at the main web page.

WWW: http://panorama.sourceforge.net/

-Aaron VonderHaar
avh4@usa.net
2000-09-16T05:18:46+00:00 devel/fnorb CORBA 2.0 ORB written in Python
Fnorb is a CORBA 2.0 object request broker (ORB) written in Python. It
supports all CORBA 2.0 datatypes (including Any's) and provides a full
implementation of IIOP. Fnorb is Python and CORBA/IDL specific which makes
it simple, light-weight and easy to use. Fnorb is ideal for prototyping
complex CORBA architectures, for use as a scripting tool, and for building
test harnesses for CORBA development projects.

Fnorb is being developed at the CRC for Distributed Systems Technology based
at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fnorb/
2000-09-16T05:15:36+00:00 misc/bogosort Sort (or not) stdin using the bogo-sort algorithm
Sort files or its standard input using the bogo-sort algorithm
described in the Jargon File <http://www.catb.org/~esr/jargon/>.

A quote from the Jargon File 'bogo-sort' entry:

...The archetypical perversely awful algorithm (as opposed to
_bubble sort_, which is merely the generic bad algorithm).
_Bogo-sort_ is equivalent to repeatedly throwing a deck of cards
in the air, picking them up at random, and then testing whether
they are in order. It serves as a sort of canonical example of
awfulness. Looking at a program and seeing a dumb algorithm, one
might say "Oh, I see, this program uses _bogo-sort_." Esp.
appropriate for algorithms with factorial or super-exponential
running time in the average case and probabilistically infinite
worst-case running time. Compare _bogus_, _brute force_,
_lasherism_...

WWW: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~qha/bogosort/
2000-09-16T05:04:50+00:00 audio/vorbis
Vorbis is a general-purpose audio and music encoding format
contemporary to MPEG-4's AAC and TwinVQ, the next generation beyond
MPEG audio layer 3. Unlike the MPEG sponsored formats (and other
proprietary formats such as RealAudio G2 and Windows' flavor of the
month), the Vorbis CODEC specification belongs to the public domain.
All the technical details are published and documented, and any
software entity may make full use of the format without royalty or
patent concerns.

This is a meta-port for all the vorbis-related ports.

WWW: http://www.vorbis.com/
2000-09-16T04:50:59+00:00 devel/p5-Tie-DB_FileLock Locking access to Berkeley DB v1.x
Tie::DB_FileLock extends DB_File, providing a locking layer using
flock().

Unlike Tie::DB_Lock, Tie::DB_FileLock does not duplicate files to
allow concurrent access for readers and writers. Tie::DB_FileLock
is therefore suitable for large dbms with relatively short locking
periods.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Tie-DB_FileLock
2000-09-16T04:44:33+00:00 audio/p5-MP3-ID3v1Tag Edit ID3v1 Tags from an Audio MPEG Layer 3
The ID3v1Tag routines are useful for setting and reading ID3 MP3 Audio Tags.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/MP3-ID3v1Tag
2000-09-16T04:38:19+00:00 net/sntop Monitor status of network nodes using fping
This is a port of sntop, a curses-based utility that uses fping (ping
can be used as well) to determine connectivity of remote network hosts
on a regular interval. Features include HTML generation and a secure
terminal.

WWW: http://sntop.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-16T04:34:43+00:00 x11-fonts/urwfonts Another font package for X
URW font collection for X.
2000-09-16T04:30:35+00:00 devel/gputils Utilities for Microchip PIC microcontrollers
GPUTILS contains a set of utilities (assembler, disassembler, ...) for
Microchip's PIC microcontroller families.

This port was previously called GPASM.

WWW: https://gputils.sourceforge.io/
2000-09-16T04:30:35+00:00 devel/gpasm
GPASM is the GNU Pic assembler, and can compile assembly files for 12c508
and 16c84 microcontrollers family.

WWW: http://gpasm.sourceforge.net/

-- Samuel Tardieu
sam@inf.enst.fr
2000-09-16T04:23:51+00:00 x11-fonts/nucleus Another font package for X
nucleus font collection for X.

You'll have to add /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/nucleus
to your X font path by either:

$ xset fp+ /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/nucleus
$ xset fp rehash

or by adding it to your X-server configuration file (usually
/etc/X11/XF86Config) and restarting the X-server.
2000-09-16T04:21:21+00:00 net/mmucl Powerful GUI MUD client written in TCL
Mmucl - Mark's MUd CLient (pronounced muckle) is a MUD client written in TCL
and distributed under the GNU GPL. This client supports a powerful aliasing
system using TCL as well as three different interfaces that can be used.
This client also has the advantage of being able to run on any platform that
supports TCL/TK.

WWW: http://mmucl.sourceforge.net

Matt Heckaman
matt@LUCIDA.CA
2000-09-16T04:16:18+00:00 misc/quranref Interactive Quran (Koran)
Quranref offers simple tools for word and passage-based access to M. H.
Shakir's translation of the Holy Qur'an. With Quranref, you can perform
most of the more basic, low-level functions commercial browsing packages
offer (and perhaps a few not found in some of the commercial Qur'an study
packages). You can, for example,

- retrieve any passage by section:verse number
- move forward or backward relative to the retrieved passage
- search the entire Qur'an for words and/or word-patterns
- search for word co-occurrences (or the absence thereof)
- save passages and/or passage-lists for use with an editor

Although this program is hardly the product of any major research effort,
it should prove sophisticated enough for casual use. Its main fault right
now is that it relies on a scanned text which is positively rife with
errors.
2000-09-15T19:39:58+00:00 devel/cons-test Test bed for `Cons' development
This is the cons-test regression test suite for the Cons software
construction utility.

Cons is a Perl-based make replacement. It is not compatible with make,
but has a number of powerful capabilities not found in other software
construction systems, including make.

This package contains only the tests, not Cons itself. You should
look for the "cons" package that corresponds to the version number of
this package. See that package for all the details about Cons.

WWW: http://www.dsmit.com/cons/
2000-09-14T19:03:23+00:00 audio/gkrellmms2 GKrellM XMMS Plugin
GKrellMMS: GKrellM XMMS Plugin
A plugin for GKrellM, which allows you to control XMMS from within GKrellM.

WWW: http://gkrellm.luon.net/gkrellmms.phtml
2000-09-14T19:03:23+00:00 audio/gkrellmms GKrellM XMMS Plugin
GKrellM XMMS Plugin

A plugin for GKrellM, which allows you to control XMMS from within GKrellM.

Author: Sander Klein Lebbink <sander@cerberus.demon.nl>
WWW: http://gkrellm.luon.net/gkrellmms.phtml
2000-09-14T17:57:57+00:00 x11-fm/nautilus2 File manager for the GNOME desktop
Nautilus is a file manager tightly integrated into the GNOME destkop.
It is also responsible for desktop and icon management, and provides
an intuitive interface for accessing files and webpages.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/nautilus/
2000-09-14T17:57:57+00:00 x11-fm/nautilus File manager for the GNOME desktop
Nautilus is a file manager tightly integrated into the GNOME desktop.
It is also responsible for desktop and icon management, and provides
an intuitive interface for accessing files and webpages.

WWW: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Nautilus
2000-09-14T17:43:14+00:00 audio/cdplayer.app A CD player with CDDB support resembling OpenStep's OmniCD
A CD player with CDDB support resembling OpenStep's OmniCD.
2000-09-14T17:27:59+00:00 mail/gkrellmmailwatch GKrellM mailwatch plugin
GKrellM mailwatch plugin

A plugin for gkrellm, that watches in multiple mailboxes for new mail.

Author: Sjoerd Simons <Sjoerd@donald-duck.ele.tue.nl>
WWW: http://gkrellm.luon.net/mailwatch.php
2000-09-14T16:56:05+00:00 net/gkrellm_snmp A gkrellm SNMP Monitor
GKrellM SNMP Plugin
Author: Christian W. Zuckschwerdt <zany@triq.net>
WWW: http://triq.net/gkrellm/

A plugin for GKrellM which allows monitoring of SNMP-Values.

- Eike Bernhardt <eike.bernhardt@gmx.de>
2000-09-14T09:04:29+00:00 graphics/morpheus A mesh (3D model) viewer for GNOME desktop
Morpheus is a mesh (3D model) viewer for GNOME desktop. It uses OpenGL as a
rendering API via GtkGLArea widget, which is glue between Gtk+ widget toolkit
and Mesa library, the free implementation of OpenGL. Models are loaded with
libmorph library.

WWW: http://www.winnicki.net/morpheus/
2000-09-14T08:18:50+00:00 graphics/libmorph Library for loading (and saving) 3D modeller object files
The main purpose of LibMorph is loading (and saving) 3d models (3d modeller
object files). Given loader is dynamically linked when format of requested file
is recognized.

The library is very young piece of software, so chances are high that some
things don't work yet as they should or at all. If you have need for some
particular feature, drop me a mail, I'll try to reprioritize my TODO list.

LibMorph currently supports following formats (only loading at the moment):
LWOB -- LightWave[TM],
3DS -- 3D Studio[TM],

In future hopefully it'll support:
? -- Alias Wavefront[TM]
MAX -- 3D Studio Max[TM]
DXF -- CAD?
? -- Maya[TM]
? -- Soft Image[TM]
SVG -- XML, 2d Vector files converted to 3d (via libart?)
and more

WWW: http://www.winnicki.net/morpheus/
2000-09-14T06:53:20+00:00 x11-clocks/sanduhr Alarm clock for GNOME desktop designed as a sand-glass
SandUhr is an alarm clock, which is designed as a sand-glass. The program uses
the X Window System and the GNOME desktop environment. The alarm is delivered
to you by either ringing the console bell, by playing a sound file, or by
starting an external program of your choice.

The program is fully integrated into the GNOME application framework.

o Drag and drop: you may drop a color onto the timer to change the sand's visual
appearance.
o It uses the GNOME help system to provide a manual.
o Use of CORBA: The program provides a CORBA interface. So you may control the
SandUhr from within your own programs.

WWW: http://seehuhn.de/comp/sanduhr.html
2000-09-13T15:56:40+00:00 devel/p5-DateConvert Perl5 module to convert dates between any two calendar formats
Date::Convert allows you to convert date formats using an OO mechanism
that lets you easily choose any two formats and add in new ones.

If you have suggestions, bug reports, or if you want to add a new date
format, feel free to contact me: morty@sanctuary.arbutus.md.us

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/DateConvert
2000-09-13T15:12:29+00:00 x11/gdm2 GNOME 2 version of xdm display manager
The GNOME 2.0 version of the xdm display manager. It supports user
icons, multiple sessions, and clean system shutdowns.

WWW: http://www.jirka.org/gdm.html
2000-09-13T15:12:29+00:00 x11/gdm GNOME 3 display manager
The GNOME 2.0 version of the xdm display manager. It supports user
icons, multiple sessions, and clean system shutdowns.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/gdm/
2000-09-13T14:56:41+00:00 mail/sonicmail A POP3 email notifier GNOME applet
a POP3 email notifier GNOME applet

WWW: http://sonicmail.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-12T22:48:25+00:00 x11-toolkits/bakery C++ Application Framework for use with Gtkmm
Bakery is a C++ Framework for creating applications using Gtkmm.

- provides a Document/View architecture, but it doesn't force you to
use the whole architecture.
- provides default functionality, which can be easily customized.
- makes it easy to start developing GTK+ applications.
- gives your application structure.

WWW: http://bakery.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-12T19:50:22+00:00 x11-servers/x2vnc Program to link multiple X and VNC servers together
This program merges the capabilities of x2x and vncviewer. It will allow
a machine with an X display and a machine with a VNC server running on its
main screen to act as if they were two displays connected to one machine.
When you move your mouse pointer off the screen in a direction of your
choosing, the pointer will appear on the other screen instead.

WWW: http://fredrik.hubbe.net/x2vnc.html
2000-09-12T14:59:20+00:00 games/gnomebreakout GNOME version of the classic breakout game
Breakout (Arkanoid) clone for GNOME.
Supports level customisation, powerups, and different block types.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gnome-breakout/
2000-09-12T10:53:49+00:00 converters/iconv-extra Additional charsets for the iconv library (those from the Unicode site)
ICONV is the library for conversion between various charsets.

There are 68 charset modules in this port: those for all charsets
presented at the Unicode site but not included into the main
iconv package.
2000-09-12T10:12:19+00:00 converters/iconv-rfc1345 Additional charset modules for the iconv library (from RFC1345)
ICONV is the library for conversion between various charsets.

There are 108 charset tables in this port: those for most charsets
presented in RFC1345 but not included into the iconv and iconv-extra
packages.
2000-09-12T03:36:31+00:00 chinese/chinput Chinese GB2312,BIG5,Japanese code input server
Ported from Chinput-2.1 on Linux platform .

Chinese GB,BIG5,Japanese code input server.

-- Peng HaiJie (phj@cn.freebsd.org)
2000-09-10T12:57:49+00:00 security/pam-mysql Pam module for authenticating with MySQL
This is a PAM module for authenticating with MySQL.

WWW: http://pam-mysql.sourceforge.net/
2000-09-09T11:23:28+00:00 net/ruby-drb Distributed Ruby
druby (DRb) - distributed ruby.
DRb can be used to exchange messages among Ruby scripts.

Author: Masatoshi SEKI <m_seki@mva.biglobe.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=druby
2000-09-08T20:02:48+00:00 security/scanssh Scans networks for open proxies, SSH, web, and SMTP servers
ScanSSH supports scanning a list of addresses and networks for open proxies,
SSH protocol servers, Web and SMTP servers. Where possible ScanSSH, displays
the version number of the running services. ScanSSH protocol scanner supports
random selection of IP addresses from large network ranges and is useful for
gathering statistics on the deployment of SSH protocol servers in a company
or the Internet as whole.

WWW: http://www.monkey.org/~provos/
2000-09-07T15:38:41+00:00 security/ruby-acl Ruby module to provide Access Control List checks
Ruby-acl provides Access Control List checks.

list = %w(
deny all
allow 192.168.1.*
allow 127.0.0.1
)
acl = ACL.new(list, ACL::DENY_ALLOW)
...
ns = soc.accept
unless acl.allow_socket?(ns)
# forbidden
end

Author: Masatoshi SEKI <m_seki@mva.biglobe.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=acl
2000-09-07T13:12:36+00:00 databases/zpygresqlda PostgreSQL database adapter for Zope
This is the Z PyGreSQL database adapter product for the
Z Object Publishing Environment.
2000-09-06T22:48:39+00:00 www/squishdot A web-based news publishing and discussion product for Zope
SquishDot is a web-based news publishing and discussion product for the
Z Object Publishing Environment(ZOPE). It allows you to build a web-based
news site along with the capability to handle threaded discussions with
a minimum of configuration and day-to-day management.

WWW: http://squishdot.org/
2000-09-06T16:02:18+00:00 devel/p5-IPC-Shareable Share Perl variables between processes
IPC::Shareable allows you to tie a variable to shared memory making it
easy to share the contents of that variable with other Perl processes.
Scalars, arrays, and hashes can be tied. The variable being tied may
contain arbitrarily complex data structures - including references to
arrays, hashes of hashes, etc.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/IPC-Shareable
2000-09-06T15:06:32+00:00 emulators/uae Commodore Amiga emulator
UAE is a mostly complete software emulation of the hardware of the Commodore
Amiga 500/1000/2000. Commodore Amiga, for those who don't know, is a 16/32
bit computer system based on the Motorola 680x0 CPU and a few specially
designed custom chips that provide very good graphics and sound capabilities.

Its first incarnation, the A1000, appeared in 1985, followed by the highly
successful A500 and A2000 models.

Requires a valid Amiga ROM file in order to be useful.

WWW: http://www.amigaemulator.org/
2000-09-05T18:26:28+00:00 japanese/ruby-eb Ruby bind of EB library
Ruby EB -- Ruby bind of EB library.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=rubyeb
2000-09-05T17:36:47+00:00 security/ca-roots A list of SSL CA root certificates
This port simply contains a list of SSL Certificate Authority root
certificates. Such a list performs a similar role for SSL Certificate
verfication that the root cache does for DNS servers.

This list originally came from mod_ssl (where it was ca-bundle.crt. They
originally got their list from Netscape Communicator/Navigator),
but will be maintained separately. The maintainer will apply strict
criteria to suggestions for additions to this list (in concert with
the FreeBSD security officer). CAs wishing to be added will need
to assure the FreeBSD user community that their certification procedures
are sufficiently secure to render their certificates trustworthy.
2000-09-05T14:46:21+00:00 www/thumbnail_index Make an HTML index file for a bunch of images
thumbnail_index - make an HTML index file for a bunch of images

Run this script in a web directory consisting of all or mostly image
files. It'll create an index.html of thumbnail images, putting
the thumbnail files in a hidden subdirectory.

WWW: http://www.acme.com/software/thumbnail_index/
2000-09-05T13:26:58+00:00 deskutils/bitnotes
BitNotes are yet another desktop note taking applet, BUT, this one is connected
to the net. Huh, you say, what does that mean?, you ask. Well, everytime you
see a interesting URL or an important phone number for example, you usually
type it in some note pad application. The problem is, once you get to another
computer you can't get to your notes. With BitNotes, your notes are
automatically saved on a server. The notes you take at the office will also
pop up at home for example.

Enjoy!

WWW: http://www.bitbuilder.com/bitnotes/
2000-09-05T13:11:31+00:00 x11/finder A small program that creates a finder bar on your Gnome system
Finder is a small program that creates a finder bar on your Gnome system. It
can be used to switch tasks and launch applications.

WWW: http://lfh.hkcampus.net/~lfh-lck/programs/finder/
2000-09-05T01:01:59+00:00 textproc/p5-XML-RSS Perl extension to manage RDF Site Summary (RSS) files
This module was created to help those who need to manage
RDF Site Summary (RSS) files. It makes quick work of
creating, updating, and saving RSS files.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/XML-RSS
2000-09-04T14:38:51+00:00 misc/lifelines Advanced genealogical system
LifeLines is an advanced genealogical system. You can store any kind
and any amount of data in a LifeLines database, and you can process
and generate output based on that data in any way and in any format.

LifeLines supports GEDCOM; it imports and exports GEDCOM data.

LifeLines has a unique approach to report generation. LifeLines has
no built-in reports. Instead all reports are generated using report
programs that are written in a report programming language.

Because of its flexibility and programmability, LifeLines is frequently
used for genealogy applications on the World Wide Web.

WWW: http://marcno.github.io/lifelines/
2000-09-04T04:18:10+00:00 misc/kdirstat
KDirStat (for KDE Directory Statistics) is a small utility program
that sums up disk usage for direcory trees - very much like the
Unix 'du' command. But unlike 'du', it tries to do that in
a structured, comprehensive manner. It tries to provide
the information you are looking for - exactly where all your disk
space has gone when that dreaded 'no space left on device' message
shows up again. Or when your system administrator asks you
to clean up your home directory. Or when you are that system
administrator trying to figure out which one of your users
filled up that supposedly huge disk up to capacity.

WWW: http://www.suse.de/~sh/kdirstat/

- Andrey Novikov <andrey@novikov.com>
2000-09-03T08:06:08+00:00 x11-servers/x2x Program to link multiple X servers together
x2x allows the keyboard and mouse on one ("from") X display to be used
to control another ("to") X display. Since x2x uses the XTEST
extension, the "to" X display must support XTEST.

In the default interface, x2x puts a window on the "from" display.
This window is labeled with the name of the "to" display. Keystrokes
typed into this window go to the window on the "to" display that has
the input focus. Clicking on the x2x window causes the mouse on the
"from" display to control the cursor on the "to" display. Perform-
ing a subsequent multiple button click on the "to" display returns
control to the "from" display.

If the -east or -west options are specified on the command line, x2x
starts up with a different interface. When the mouse moves to the
(east or west) side of the default screen on the "from" display, the
cursor slides over to the "to" display. When the mouse returns to to
side of the "to" display that it entered, it slides back onto the
"from" display.

Unless the -nosel option is specified, x2x relays X selections from
one display to the other.

WWW: https://github.com/dottedmag/x2x
2000-09-03T01:54:26+00:00 net/despoof Command-line anti-spoofing detection utility
A command-line anti-spoofing detection utility. The idea is simple:
should you receive a packet that you suspect is spoofed, try to determine the
real TTL of the packet and compare it to the TTL of the packet you received.
This is intended for use as a component to an IDS toolkit, and the likes.

WWW: http://BSDforge.com/projects/net/despoof/
2000-09-03T00:57:53+00:00 security/pscan Security C code scanner for misuse of format strings
PScan is a C source code security scanner, which looks for misuse of
libc functions which use varargs and printf-style formatting
operators. In many situations these can cause security vulnerabilities
in the application if it runs with privileges (setugid, or listening
to a network socket, etc).

An example of the kind of situation pscan looks for is the following:

variable = "%s"; /* or malicious user input */
sprintf(buffer, variable); /* BAD! */

WWW: http://deployingradius.com/pscan/
2000-09-02T23:35:10+00:00 security/uvscan-dat AntiVirus DAT file for uvscan
This package contains the AntiVirus DAT files required for
commercial and evaluation versions of uvscan.

WWW: http://www.networkassociates.com/us/downloads/evals/
2000-09-02T15:10:04+00:00 graphics/gle GL Tubing and Extrusion Library
The GLE Tubing and Extrusion Library is a graphics application
programming interface (API). The library consists of a number of "C"
language subroutines for drawing tubing and extrusions. The library is
distributed in source code form, in a package that includes
documentation, a VRML proposal, Makefiles, and full source code and
header files. It uses the OpenGL (TM) programming API to perform the
actual drawing of the tubing and extrusions.


WWW: http://linas.org/gle/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/gle/
2000-09-02T14:42:20+00:00 www/jetty Full-featured web server implemented entirely in Java
The Jetty Web Server provides an HTTP server and Servlet container
capable of serving static and dynamic content either from a standalone
or embedded instantiations. From jetty-7, the jetty webserver and
other core compoments are hosted by the eclipse foundation.

The project provides:

* Asynchronous HTTP Server
* Standard based Servlet Container
* Web Sockets server
* Asynchronous HTTP Client
* OSGi, JNDI, JMX, JASPI, AJP support

WWW: http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/
2000-09-02T12:54:08+00:00 editors/gmanedit GNOME manpages editor
Gmanedit is the GNOME manpages editor.

It's an editor for man pages that runs on X with GTK. It's like most common
HTML editors but more easy. You need to know manpages format. You can learn it
from 'man(7)'.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gmanedit2/
2000-09-02T10:04:59+00:00 games/cowsay Configurable talking characters in ASCII art
cowsay is a configurable talking ASCII cow (and other characters),
written in Perl. It operates much as the figlet program does, and
is written in the same spirit of silliness.

WWW: https://github.com/tnalpgge/rank-amateur-cowsay
2000-09-02T08:27:24+00:00 x11/xwatchwin Watch a window on another X server
xwatchwin allows you to peek at a window on another X server.
To use it, you must specify the display name of the machine you want
to watch, then the name of the window on that machine.
Xwatchwin will attempt to connect with the X server
hostname:0.0, and if successful, will try to retrieve a copy of
the window in which you specified interest.

You may specify the window you want to watch either by name or by its
window id, usually a hexidecimal number. Usually specifying the
window by name is simpler, although not all windows have names
associated with them; in that case you must use the window id option.

If the window you want to watch is not in a viewable state,
xwatchwin will tell you so and exit. If while you are watching
a window it becomes 'unviewable', xwatchwin will wait until the
window becomes 'viewable' again.

xwatchwin was written as an aid to a class for people learning
to use X. The idea is that the instructor would type into an xterm
window on his/her display and the students would use xwatchwin
to see what the instructor typed. The students could then type the
same thing in their own terminal windows. Hopefully others will find
equally (if not more) constructive uses.
2000-09-01T16:41:18+00:00 print/pips760 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-760C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-760C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-09-01T16:40:02+00:00 print/pips770 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-770C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-770C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-09-01T16:37:25+00:00 print/pips820_3300
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-820_3300C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

This port has a modified filter "filter820_3300.rev" which is useful to
print out more than one page. Then you execute the next command:

/usr/local/libexec/pips820_3300/setup

to setup /etc/printcap, make a spool in /var/spool/lpd/ and so on.

To run with Japanese/French/Germany/Spanish/Italian/Dutch/
Portugue/Korean messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips820_3300 env LANG=fr pips820_3300
env LANG=de pips820_3300 env LANG=es pips820_3300
env LANG=it pips820_3300 env LANG=nl pips820_3300
env LANG=pt pips820_3300 env LANG=ko pips820_3300 (*)
env LANG=zh_CN pips820_3300 (*)(**) env LANG=zh_TW.Big5 pips820_3300 (**)

(*) These do not work well.
(**) See more informations in /usr/local/share/doc/pips820_3300/readme_for_zh
2000-09-01T16:35:54+00:00 print/pips800 Photo Image Print System for Linux --- EPSON PM-800C
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-800C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.avasys.jp/
2000-09-01T16:31:58+00:00 japanese/pips760
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-760C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter760.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm760c|EPSON PM-760C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips760/filter760.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm760c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips760 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-09-01T16:30:47+00:00 japanese/pips770
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-770C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter770.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm770c|EPSON PM-770C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips770/filter770.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm770c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips770 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-09-01T16:29:44+00:00 japanese/pips820_3300 ${.CURDIR}/pkg-comment
Photo Image Print System for Linux is the Printer filter for EPSON
PM-820C PM-3300C. By using this driver you can print out as high quality as you
use Windows driver. See the below URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And this port has a modified filter "filter820_3300.rev" when you print out
more than one page useful. For example, if you use it, you add the
next entry into /etc/printcap.

pm820c_3300c|EPSON PM-820C PM-3300C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips820_3300/filter820_3300.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm820c_3300c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips820_3300 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-09-01T16:28:23+00:00 japanese/pips800 ${.CURDIR}/pkg-comment
This port is for a printer filter of EPSON PM-800C. The filter is
called Photo Image Print System for Linux and there exist the filters
for other EPSON bubble jet printers. By using this driver you can
print out as high quality as you use the Windows driver. See the below
URL:

WWW: http://www.epkowa.co.jp/

And then this port has a modified filter "filter800.rev" which is
useful to print out more than one page. If you use it, you add the
next entries into /etc/printcap.

pm800c|EPSON PM-800C:\
:lp=/dev/lpt0:\
:sh:\
:if=/usr/local/libexec/pips800/filter800.rev:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/pm800c:\
:mx#0:\
:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs

*************************************************************
To run with Japanese messages, you should execute as follows:
env LANG=ja_JP pips800 -la JP
*************************************************************
2000-09-01T06:52:05+00:00 lang/snobol 0.99.4 release of ``The Macro Implementation of SNOBOL4 in C''
0.99.4 release of ``The Macro Implementation of SNOBOL4 in C''

This is a free port of the original SIL (SNOBOL4 Implementation
Language) macro version of SNOBOL4 (developed at Bell Labs) with
the C language as target, http://www.snobol4.com/snobol4-0.99.4.tar.gz.

SNOBOL4, while known primarily as a string language excels at any
task involving symbolic manipulations. It provides run time typing,
garbage collection, user data types, on the fly compilation. Its
primary weakness is its simple syntax, and lack of "structured
programming" constructs. However some consider the spareness of
SNOBOL4 syntax a strength when compared to some "modern" agglomerations
such as perl.
2000-08-31T18:09:43+00:00 net/ruby-snmp Ruby interface to UCD-SNMP library
Ruby SNMP is UCD-SNMP library interface for the Ruby.

The current version only supports SNMPv1 GET and GETNEXT requests.

Author: Nobuhiko Tsuruoka <tsuruoka@postman.riken.go.jp>
WWW: http://w3cic.riken.go.jp/~tsuruoka/
2000-08-31T18:09:43+00:00 net-mgmt/ruby-snmp Ruby interface to UCD-SNMP library
Ruby SNMP is UCD-SNMP library interface for the Ruby.

The current version only supports SNMPv1 GET and GETNEXT requests.

Author: Nobuhiko Tsuruoka <tsuruoka@postman.riken.go.jp>
WWW: http://w3cic.riken.go.jp/~tsuruoka/
2000-08-31T11:23:31+00:00 textproc/xerces
The Xerces Java Parser supports XML 1.0 recommendation and
contains advanced parser functionality, such as XML Schema, DOM
Level 2 version 1.0, and SAX Version 2, in addition to supporting
the industry-standard DOM Level 1 and SAX version 1 APIs.

This is the Apache Software Foundation project.

WWW: http://xml.apache.org/xerces-j/

--
Marcin Cieslak
saper@system.pl
2000-08-30T09:33:04+00:00 lang/ruby-usersguide Ruby users guide, in HTML format
Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy
object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text
files and to do system management tasks. This package contains the
Ruby users guide in HTML format.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/
2000-08-30T09:33:04+00:00 japanese/ruby-usersguide Ruby users guide (Japanese version), in HTML format
Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy
object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text
files and to do system management tasks. This package contains
Japanese version of the Ruby users guide in HTML format.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/
2000-08-29T12:43:07+00:00 math/scigraphica A scientific application for data analysis and technical graphics
SciGraphica is a scientific application for data analysis and technical
graphics. It pretends to be a clone of the popular commercial (and expensive)
application "Microcal Origin". Although it is in a very early development
stage, it fully supplies plotting features for 2D charts. The aim is to obtain
a fully-featured, cross-plattform, user-friendly, self-growing scientific
application. It is free and open-source, released under the GPL license.

Main features:
--------------
o You can open several worksheets and plots and work with them at the same
time.
o The plots are fully configurable using a control panel dialog.
o The look and feel is completely WYSIWYG.
o Publication quality PostScript output.
o You can interact with the plots double-clicking, dragging and moving objects
with the mouse.
o Import/Export features in XML format.
o You can insert Python expressions in the worksheets.

WWW: http://scigraphica.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-29T09:21:17+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkextra-- A C++ wrappers for GtkExtra, for use with Gtk--
GtkExtra-- provides C++ wrappers for GtkExtra, for use with Gtk--.

WWW: http://gtkextramm.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-27T23:32:03+00:00 math/physcalc Flexible calculator that behaves much like units(1)
Physcalc is a neat mathematical calculator that does conversions
from many different units in many forms, and is extremely flexible
as far as specifying math problems go. You can also add your own
types of conversions.

WWW: http://www.lightlink.com/vulcan/physcalc.htm
2000-08-27T06:16:37+00:00 lang/ratfor Rational FORTRAN compiler
This is a C version of Ratfor, derived from a UofA Ratfor in Ratfor rather
than the AT&T Ratfor source. It closely corresponds to the pre-processor
described in the "SOFTWARE TOOLS" book, and also produces FORTRAN77 code
as well as FORTRAN 66.
2000-08-26T12:54:28+00:00 audio/holyshout Streaming audio to Icecast/shoutcast supports multiple bitrate stream
Holyshout feeds an mp3 stream to your icecast or shoutcast server.
It also supports multiple bitrate streams. (re-encode using lame)

WWW: http://www.icecast.org/
WWW: http://www.shoutcast.com/
2000-08-26T09:02:47+00:00 chinese/mutt The Mongrel of Mail User Agents with Chinese support
2000-08-25T18:24:49+00:00 x11-toolkits/fltk-xunicode FLTK with Unicode support
2000-08-25T16:38:12+00:00 x11-toolkits/ruby-fltk A Ruby extension module to use FLTK
Ruby/FLTK is a Ruby extension module to use FLTK.

Author: Takaaki Tateishi <ttate@jaist.ac.jp>
WWW: http://ruby-fltk.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-25T16:13:27+00:00 converters/xunicode A library for making toolkits support Unicode
XUnicode is a library for making toolkits support Unicode.

Author: Toshihiro Inoue <tino@pa2.so-net.ne.jp>
2000-08-25T10:23:15+00:00 misc/41upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 4.1R system to
4-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
2000-08-25T09:08:01+00:00 graphics/svgalib Low level console graphics library
This is a low level console graphics library, originally based on VGAlib 1.2
by Tommy Frandsen. VGAlib supported a number of standard VGA graphics modes,
as well as high resolution/high color modes found on many popular graphics
adapters. As of now, support for many more chipsets had been added.

It supports transparent virtual console switching, that is, you can switch
consoles to and from text and graphics mode consoles using Alt-[Function
Key]. Also, SVGAlib corrects most of VGAlib's textmode corruption behavior
by catching SIGSEGV, SIGFPE, SIGILL, and other fatal signals and ensuring
that a program is running in the currently visible virtual console before
setting a graphics mode.

WWW: http://www.svgalib.org/
2000-08-24T14:12:30+00:00 graphics/ruby-opengl OpenGL/GLU/GLUT interface modules for Ruby
This is OpenGL/GLU/GLUT interface modules for Ruby.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=opengl
2000-08-24T12:09:34+00:00 chinese/xmms
2000-08-24T12:06:41+00:00 x11/gnomeres_applet A GNOME applet for changing display modes
GnomeRes - A GNOME applet for changing display modes.

Features:
---------
* A menu from which you can select the display mode.
* Info on modes presented as tooltips.
* An arrow ponting at the current mode in the menu.
* Mouse wheel support.
* Can lock mode switching.
* Startup display mode configuration.

WWW: http://www.sci.fi/~syrjala/gnomeres/
2000-08-23T19:17:22+00:00 databases/ruby14-gdbm
This is a Ruby extension to GDBM library, which is actually a part of
the Ruby distribution.
2000-08-23T19:17:22+00:00 databases/ruby-gdbm Ruby extension to GDBM library
This is a Ruby extension to GDBM library, which is actually a part of
the Ruby distribution.
2000-08-23T17:58:44+00:00 mail/cvsmail Small program to add cvsweb links to FreeBSD commit messages
cvsmail can be used to add links to the FreeBSD cvsweb interface to your
FreeBSD commit mail, for easy viewing of diffs.
2000-08-23T07:35:52+00:00 net/proxy
proxy is a transparent TCP/IP proxy that listens for connections and forwards
bi-directional data with the ability to log the data to stdout or to files
within a specified directory.

proxy can log the data streams in three formats. Which format to use (if any)
should be chosen according to the nature of the data being streamed.

http://www.canonware.com/download/canonware/
2000-08-23T07:35:52+00:00 net/ncat
ncat is much like cat(1), but either its input or output is a TCP/IP socket
rather than a file descriptor. If the input is from a socket, ncat reads data
from the specified socket and sends the data to stdout. If the output is to a
socket, ncat reads data from stdin and sends the data to the specified socket.

ncat can log the data stream in three formats. Which format to use (if any)
should be chosen according to the nature of the data being streamed.

http://www.canonware.com/download/canonware/
2000-08-23T07:35:52+00:00 devel/libstash
The libstash library implements a number of algorithms and data structures, and
serves as a foundation for multi-threaded C programs.

http://www.canonware.com/canonware/
2000-08-23T07:35:52+00:00 devel/libsock
The libsock library implements a streamlined interface for multi-threaded TCP/IP
socket programming. The main purpose of the library is to abstract the
complexities of threaded network server programming without compromising
performance. libsock centrally handles all of the poll() waiting in one thread
to improve performance, at the same time as making reading and writing seem
completely asynchronous at the sock interface level.
2000-08-23T04:35:50+00:00 japanese/ruby-slang S-Lang-jp extension module for Ruby
2000-08-23T04:35:50+00:00 devel/ruby-slang S-Lang extension module for Ruby
slanglib (S-Lang extension module for ruby)

This is an extension module for S-Lang screen management library by
John E. Davis. S-Lang is famous for the fact that jed (editor) and
slrn (news reader) use it.

WWW: http://www.s-lang.org/
2000-08-22T15:13:41+00:00 print/ruby-clibpdf A Ruby binding for ClibPDF
This is a Ruby binding for ClibPDF.

Author: Noritsugu Nakamura <nnakamur@mxq.mesh.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~Nori/ruby/
2000-08-22T14:11:11+00:00 print/clibpdf A library for creating PDF (Acrobat) files directly via C language programs
ClibPDF is a library of ANSI C functions, distributed as source code,
for creating PDF (Acrobat) files directly via C language programs
without relying on any Adobe Acrobat tools and related products. It
is free for private, non-profit use, but a commercial license is
required for for-profit applications (Please see FastIO ClibPDF
License included in this package for details).

Licence summaries:
http://www.fastio.com/licensePlain.html (in English)
http://www.fastio.com/licensePlainJ.html (in Japanese)

WWW: http://www.fastio.com/
2000-08-22T11:45:41+00:00 print/py-reportlab Library to create PDF documents using the Python language
ReportLab is a software library that lets you directly create
documents in Adobe's Portabe Document Format (PDF) using the Python
programming language.

The ReportLab library directly creates PDF based on your graphics
commands. There are no intervening steps. Your applications can
generate reports extremely fast - sometimes orders of magnitude
faster than traditional report-writing tools.

The ReportLab library is expected to be useful in at least the
following contexts:

- Dynamic PDF generation on the web
- High-volume corporate reporting and database publishing
- An embeddable print engine for other applications, including
a 'report language' so that users can customize their own reports.
- A 'build system' for complex documents with charts, tables
and text such as management accounts, statistical reports and
scientific papers
- Going from XML to PDF in one step!

WWW: http://www.reportlab.org/
2000-08-22T10:31:09+00:00 devel/ruby-unit
RubyUnit (RUnit) is a unit testing framework for Ruby based on JUnit.

The unit testing framework is known as part of Kent Beck's "eXtreme
Programming" (XP). For details, see http://www.xprogramming.com/.

Author: Masaki Suketa <CQN02273@nifty.ne.jp>
WWW: http://homepage1.nifty.com/markey/ruby/rubyunit/rubyunit_e.html
2000-08-22T10:31:09+00:00 devel/ruby-runit
RubyUnit is Ruby implementation of Kent Beck's Testing Framework,
which is known as the part of "eXtreme Programming" (XP).

For details of XP, see http://www.xprogramming.com/.


Author: Masaki Suketa <CQN02273@nifty.ne.jp>
WWW: http://homepage1.nifty.com/markey/ruby/rubyunit/rubyunit_e.html
2000-08-22T09:22:24+00:00 devel/ruby-filelock A Ruby module which provides file locking mechanism
This is a Ruby module which provides file locking mechanism.

The module FileLock implements two classes: LockFile and LockedFile;
the class LockFile deals with so-called lockfiles, and the class
LockedFile offer a high-level interface to deal with both regular
files and lockfiles at the same time.

To be portable, a small C extension is used to minimize the time
between existence check of a lockfile and its creation.

Author: Clemens Hintze <c.hintze@gmx.net>
WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=filelock
2000-08-22T08:36:30+00:00 mail/rubygem-tmail RFC2822/MIME compliant mail manipulating library for Ruby
TMail is a mail manipulating library for Ruby, with RFC822 and MIME
multipart support.

WWW: https://rubygems.org/gems/tmail
2000-08-22T08:36:30+00:00 mail/ruby-tmail A RFC2822/MIME compliant mail manipulating library for Ruby
TMail is a mail manipulating library for Ruby, with RFC822 and MIME
multipart support.

Author: Minero Aoki <aamine@loveruby.net>
WWW: http://www.loveruby.net/en/tmail.html
2000-08-22T06:48:24+00:00 devel/ruby-racc-runtime
This package only installs runtime libraries for Racc, an LALR(1)
parser generator for Ruby.

Author: Minero Aoki <aamine@dp.u-netsurf.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www1.u-netsurf.ne.jp/~brew/mine/en/index.html
2000-08-22T02:33:00+00:00 japanese/rbnamazu Client of the "Namazu" full-text search engine written in Ruby
rbnamazu is a client of the "Namazu" full-text search engine written
in Ruby.

With this, you can do a Namazu search from a Ruby script.

WWW: http://www.namazu.org/ruby-namazu/index.html.en
2000-08-22T01:59:08+00:00 devel/swigruby Ruby module for SWIG 1.1
Swigruby is the Ruby module for SWIG 1.1.

SWIG (http://www.swig.org/) is an interface compiler that connects
programs written in C and C++ with scripting languages. This module
extends SWIG to produce wrapper code for Ruby.

Note that swigruby was merged into SWIG 1.3 and you don't need to
install this package if you use SWIG 1.3 or later.

WWW: http://www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/~fukusima/ruby/swig-e.html
2000-08-21T14:17:05+00:00 x11-toolkits/icegradient A GTK+ gradient theme engine based on ThinIce
GTK+ gradient theme based on ThinIce. It's not a pixmap theme, and thus it
should be faster than other themes with gradients. In fact it is a theme engine
so it's possible to use it to create other themes.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/icegradient/
2000-08-21T14:17:05+00:00 x11-themes/icegradient A GTK+ gradient theme engine based on ThinIce
GTK+ gradient theme based on ThinIce. It's not a pixmap theme, and thus it
should be faster than other themes with gradients. In fact it is a theme engine
so it's possible to use it to create other themes.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/icegradient/
2000-08-21T12:16:44+00:00 x11-toolkits/engradient A GTK+ engine-gradient theme based off of the IceGradient theme
This is an engine-gradient theme based off of the IceGradient theme by JM
Perez. It hacked to use normal scrollbars and real checkbox/radio buttons from
the Mac2 theme engine, instead of the in/out buttons of the thinice and default
theme (which i can never tell are in or out until i click one). Four different
color schemes are provided along with the theme engine: A default grey, a
thinice scheme, an emacs-like theme based off emacsdef, and a blue theme of
my own creation.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/engradient/
2000-08-21T12:16:44+00:00 x11-themes/engradient A GTK+ engine-gradient theme based off of the IceGradient theme
This is an engine-gradient theme based off of the IceGradient theme by JM
Perez. It hacked to use normal scrollbars and real checkbox/radio buttons from
the Mac2 theme engine, instead of the in/out buttons of the thinice and default
theme (which i can never tell are in or out until i click one). Four different
color schemes are provided along with the theme engine: A default grey, a
thinice scheme, an emacs-like theme based off emacsdef, and a blue theme of
my own creation.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/engradient/
2000-08-21T11:56:53+00:00 x11-toolkits/colorstep A theme engine based on GtkStep and Step-pastel
A GTK+ theme engine to make GTK+ look nicier. This theme is based on a mix of
GTKStep and Step-pastel, with a lot of tweakings. The goal was to provide
colors, a nicer look, and some configurability. This includes the following
details:

o Flat buttons that pop out under the mouse.
o All buttons highlights under the mouse.
o Clean checkmark.
o Radio buttons that clearly mark which one is selected.
o Disabled buttons easily identifiables.
o Internal pixmaps follow the color scheme from the gtkrc.
o Multiple gtkrc files for different color combinations.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/colorstep/
2000-08-21T11:56:53+00:00 x11-themes/colorstep A theme engine based on GtkStep and Step-pastel
A GTK+ theme engine to make GTK+ look nicier. This theme is based on a mix of
GTKStep and Step-pastel, with a lot of tweakings. The goal was to provide
colors, a nicer look, and some configurability. This includes the following
details:

o Flat buttons that pop out under the mouse.
o All buttons highlights under the mouse.
o Clean checkmark.
o Radio buttons that clearly mark which one is selected.
o Disabled buttons easily identifiables.
o Internal pixmaps follow the color scheme from the gtkrc.
o Multiple gtkrc files for different color combinations.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/colorstep/
2000-08-21T10:29:09+00:00 multimedia/camserv Free program to do streaming video via the web
Camserv is a free program to do streaming video through the web
Streaming video can be sent to both Netscape and Internet Explorer clients.
However, Internet Explorer under Windows cannot apparently handle
the multi-part JPEGs, and therefore a special javascript page must be setup.
One is included in the distribution as an example.

Currently, the only supported BSD device is the bktr driver.
Both tunable modes and camera inputs are supported.

WWW: http://cserv.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-21T10:29:09+00:00 graphics/camserv Camserv is a free program to do streaming video via the web
Camserv is a free program to do streaming video through the web
Streaming video can be sent to both Netscape and Internet Explorer clients.
However, Internet Explorer under Windows cannot apparently handle
the multi-part JPEGs, and therefore a special javascript page must be setup.
One is included in the distribution as an example.

Currently, the only supported BSD device is the bttv driver.
Both tunable modes and camera inputs are supported.

WWW: http://cserv.sourceforge.net/

--
chein, overholt
chein@freebsd.org, overholt@isdw.net
2000-08-21T07:23:49+00:00 emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox6 VMware toolbox for guest OS (VMware Workstation 6.x, Linux version)
This is the full-featured Linux version VMware toolbox for FreeBSD
_Guest_ OS. Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _Host_ OS.

As VMware toolbox included in VMware tools for FreeBSD is not as good
as that for Linux, it lacks some useful features such as time
synchronization between the virtual machine and the Host OS. That is
why this port is provided.


Before installing this port, make sure you have a `linux.iso' file
that comes with VMware:

Windows: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\linux.iso
Linux: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/isoimages/linux.iso
2000-08-21T07:23:49+00:00 emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox5 VMware toolbox for guest OS (VMware Workstation 5.x, Linux version)
This is the full-featured Linux version VMware toolbox for FreeBSD
_Guest_ OS. Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _Host_ OS.

As VMware toolbox included in VMware tools for FreeBSD is not as good
as that for Linux, it lacks some useful features such as time
synchronization between the virtual machine and the Host OS. That is
why this port is provided.


Before installing this port, make sure you have a `linux.iso' file
that comes with VMware:

Windows: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\linux.iso
Linux: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/isoimages/linux.iso
2000-08-21T07:23:49+00:00 emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox4 VMware toolbox for guest OS (for VMware 4.x, Linux version)
This is the full-featured Linux version VMware toolbox for FreeBSD
_Guest_ OS. Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _Host_ OS.

As VMware toolbox included in VMware tools for FreeBSD is not as good
as that for Linux, it lacks some useful features such as time
synchronization between the virtual machine and the Host OS. That is
why this port is provided.


Before installing this port, make sure you have a `linux.iso' file
that comes with VMware:

Windows: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\linux.iso
Linux: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/isoimages/linux.iso
2000-08-21T07:23:49+00:00 emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox2 VMware toolbox for guest OS (for VMware 2.x, Linux version)
This is the full-featured Linux version VMware toolbox for FreeBSD
_Guest_ OS. Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _Host_ OS.

As VMware toolbox included in VMware tools for FreeBSD is not as good
as that for Linux, it lacks some useful features such as time
synchronization between the virtual machine and the Host OS. That is
why this port is provided.


Before installing this port, make sure you have a `linux.flp' file
that comes with VMware:

Windows NT/2000: C:\Program Files\VMware\Programs\linux.flp
Linux: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/floppies/linux.flp
FreeBSD (via ports): ${PREFIX}/lib/vmware/lib/floppies/linux.flp
2000-08-21T07:23:49+00:00 emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox VMware toolbox for FreeBSD Guest OS (full-featured Linux version)
This is the full-featured Linux version VMware toolbox for FreeBSD
_Guest_ OS. Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _Host_ OS.

As VMware toolbox included in VMware tools for FreeBSD is not as good
as that for Linux, it lacks some useful features such as time
synchronization between the virtual machine and the Host OS. That is
why this port is provided.


Before installing this port, make sure you have a `linux.flp' file
that comes with VMware:

Windows NT/2000: C:\Program Files\VMware\Programs\linux.flp
Linux: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/floppies/linux.flp
FreeBSD (via ports): ${PREFIX}/lib/vmware/lib/floppies/linux.flp
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools6 VMware Tools for guest OS (VMware Workstation 6.x, FreeBSD version)
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special XFree86 3.x server for Guest OS.
However, we cannot install dual-boot configuration since it requires
to modify /etc files.

This ports will install vmware-toolbox to your computer, and
XFree86 X server if you set XFREE86_VERSION to 3 in /etc/make.conf,
If you already use XFree86 4.1.0 or later, you may use 'vmware'
driver for X server. Vmware-guestd is installed as a separate port,
ports/emulators/vmware-guestd4, but this port install guestd automatically.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools5 VMware Tools for guest OS (VMware Workstation 5.x, FreeBSD version)
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special XFree86 3.x server for Guest OS.
However, we cannot install dual-boot configuration since it requires
to modify /etc files.

This ports will install vmware-toolbox to your computer, and
XFree86 X server if you set XFREE86_VERSION to 3 in /etc/make.conf,
If you already use XFree86 4.1.0 or later, you may use 'vmware'
driver for X server. Vmware-guestd is installed as a separate port,
ports/emulators/vmware-guestd4, but this port install guestd automatically.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools4 VMware tools for guest OS (for VMware 4.x, FreeBSD version)
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special XFree86 3.x server for Guest OS.
However, we cannot install dual-boot configuration since it requires
to modify /etc files.

This ports will install vmware-toolbox to your computer, and
XFree86 X server if you set XFREE86_VERSION to 3 in /etc/make.conf,
If you already use XFree86 4.1.0 or later, you may use 'vmware'
driver for X server. Vmware-guestd is installed as a separate port,
ports/emulators/vmware-guestd4, but this port install guestd automatically.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools3 VMware tools for guest OS (for VMware 3.x, FreeBSD version)
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special XFree86 3.x server for Guest OS.
However, we cannot install dual-boot configuration since it requires
to modify /etc files.

This ports will install vmware-toolbox to your computer. You may use 'vmware'
driver for X server. Vmware-guestd is installed as a separate port,
ports/emulators/vmware-guestd3, but this port install guestd automatically.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools2 VMware tools for guest OS (for VMware 2.x, FreeBSD version)
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special X server for Guest OS. However,
vmware-toolbox for FreeBSD lacks some features that vmware-toolbox for
Linux has, and dual-boot configulation is broken because checkvm
doesn't work.

So this port installs X server ONLY. If you want vmware-toolbox,
install ports/emulators/linux-vmware-toolbox2 on your FreeBSD _Guest_ OS.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/download/downloadtools.html
2000-08-21T07:21:27+00:00 emulators/vmware-tools
VMware tools support FreeBSD _guest_ OS running on VMware Workstation.
Beware, this port is _not_ for FreeBSD _host_ OS.

VMware tools for FreeBSD consist of vmware-toolbox which supports
seamless operation between the Host and the Guest OS, dual-boot
configulation files, and special XFree86 3.x server for Guest OS.
However, we cannot install dual-boot configuration since it requires
to modify /etc files.

This ports will install vmware-toolbox to your computer, and
XFree86 X server if you set XFREE86_VERSION to 3 in /etc/make.conf,
If you already use XFree86 4.1.0 or later, you may use 'vmware'
driver for X server. Vmware-guestd is installed as a separate port,
ports/emulators/vmware-guestd, but this port install guestd automatically.

WWW: http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html
2000-08-21T02:35:26+00:00 www/surfraw Command line interface to popular WWW search engines
Surfraw provides a fast Unix command line interface to a variety of
popular WWW search engines. It supports google, altavista, dejanews,
amazon.com, research index, slashdot and many others. Output is
directed to a browser.

WWW: http://surfraw.alioth.debian.org/
2000-08-20T10:37:54+00:00 databases/gigabase Object-Relational Database Management System
GigaBASE: Object-Relational Database Management System

GigaBASE inherits most of the features of FastDB, but uses page pool
instead of direct mapping of file on virtual memory. So GigaBASE is able
to handle database, which size significantly exceeds size of computer
physical memory. Convenient and flexible C++ interface makes development
of application for GigaBASE very easy and automatic scheme evaluation
simplifies maintenance and modification of the system. GigaBASE merges
best features of relational (simple data structure and non-procedural
query language) and object-oriented (direct object references, user
defined types and methods) databases. GigaBASE is primary oriented on
application requiring fast data retrieving by means of indices and
direct object references, such as Web Server databases applications.

SUBSQL utility can be used for database browsing and inspection,
performing online backups, database recovery, importing data to and
exporting data from database. GigaBASE will perform automatic recovery
after system or application crash, you should not worry about it. The
only thing you can have to do manually is stopping all database
application if one of them is crashed leaving database blocked.

WWW: http://www.garret.ru/gigabase.html
2000-08-18T19:01:30+00:00 japanese/rskkserv Alternative implementation of skkserv written in Ruby
rskkserv is an alternative implementation of skkserv written in Ruby.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=rskkserv
2000-08-18T18:53:12+00:00 lang/ruby-man Ruby reference manual, in HTML format
Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy
object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text
files and to do system management tasks. This package contains the
Ruby reference manual in HTML format.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/
2000-08-18T18:53:12+00:00 japanese/ruby-man Ruby reference manual (Japanese version), in HTML format
Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy
object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text
files and to do system management tasks. This package contains
Japanese version of the Ruby reference manual in HTML format.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/
2000-08-18T18:48:15+00:00 net/ohphone H323 Video Conferencing Program, compatible with NetMeeting
OhPhone is a H323 Video Conferencing Program compatible with other
H323 video conferencing programs including Microsoft NetMeeting.

OhPhone supports full duplex audio and bi-directional video.
It requires a full duplex sound card for audio support
and a Bt848/878 based video card (using the bktr driver) for video capture.

It uses the OpenH323 and PWLib libraries, developed by Equivalence Pty.
2000-08-18T15:09:37+00:00 sysutils/medusa GNOME filesystem indexer
Medusa is software that allows you to quickly search your system for
particular types of files, using an index.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-08-17T14:59:31+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkextra2 Useful widget set complementary to GTK+ 2.0
GtkExtra is a useful set of widgets for creating GUI's for the X
Window System using GTK+ 2.0. You can use it complementary to GTK+ 2.0
and it is written in C.

WWW: http://gtkextra.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-17T14:59:31+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkextra Useful widget set complementary to GTK+ 2.0
GtkExtra is a useful set of widgets for creating GUI's for the X
Window System using GTK+ 2.0. You can use it complementary to GTK+ 2.0
and it is written in C.

WWW: http://gtkextra.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-17T10:34:30+00:00 games/gtktetcolor Game for GNOME that resembles well-known Tetris and Columns
GtkTetcolor is a game that resembles well-known tetris and columns. The rules
of the game are simple - you can move or rotate the block which continue to
fall. After block landing the sequence of at least three cells horizontally,
vertically or diagonally having matching colors is removed and the above blocks
will collapse. If two or more sequences will be removed simultaneously the
player has got bonus points. The game will be over when new block cannot be
placed on screen.

WWW: https://web.archive.org/web/20080409165301/http://canopus.iacp.dvo.ru/~panov/gtktetcolor/
2000-08-17T09:31:54+00:00 www/mozilla-embedded The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard
The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard.

WWW: http://www.mozilla.org/
2000-08-17T09:31:54+00:00 www/mozilla-embedded-vendor The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard
The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard.

WWW: http://www.mozilla.org/
2000-08-17T09:31:54+00:00 www/mozilla-embedded-devel The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard
The embeddable component of mozilla communicator web-surfboard.

WWW: http://www.mozilla.org/
2000-08-16T21:02:12+00:00 security/gpa GTK2+ frontend for the GNU Privacy Guard
The GNU Privacy Assistant is a graphical frontend to GnuPG and may be
used to manage the keys and encrypt/decrypt/sign/check files. It is much
like Seahorse.

WWW: http://gpa.wald.intevation.org/
2000-08-15T19:56:14+00:00 japanese/ruby-kakasi KAKASI module for Ruby
Ruby/KAKASI -- KAKASI module for Ruby.


Author: GOTO Kentaro <gotoken@notwork.org>
WWW: http://www.notwork.org/~gotoken/ruby/p/kakasi/
2000-08-15T16:14:24+00:00 x11-clocks/abclock Clock for X that displays hours and minutes in an analog fashion
Analogue Bitmap Clock displays the current time with hours and minutes in
an analogue fashion but unlike the traditional clock; unlike ordinary
analogue clocks, this design is clear even in very small bitmaps.

WWW: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~kleiweg/abclock/
2000-08-15T14:37:54+00:00 security/ruby-tcpwrap TCP wrappers library for Ruby
ruby-tcpwrap -- TCP wrappers library for Ruby.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=ruby-tcpwrap
2000-08-15T14:34:53+00:00 devel/ruby-locale Simple Ruby module that provides setlocale(3)
Ruby-locale -- A simple Ruby module that provides setlocale(3)

WWW: http://kafka.salemstate.edu/~yashi/ruby/#locale
2000-08-15T11:55:06+00:00 games/heroes Game of yore similar to the "Tron" and "Nibbles"
Heroes is similar to the "Tron" and "Nibbles" games of yore, but includes many
graphical improvements and new game features. In it, you must maneuver a small
vehicle around a world and collect powerups while avoiding obstacles.

WWW: http://heroes.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-15T08:15:35+00:00 mail/pygmy A tiny GNOME mail client written in the Python programming language
Pygmy is a tiny GNOME mail client written in the Python programming language.

WWW: http://pygmy.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-15T02:28:40+00:00 sysutils/ruby-syslog
This is a Ruby module to access syslog(3) interface.

Author: Amos Gouaux <amos+ruby@utdallas.edu>
WWW: http://www.utdallas.edu/~amos/ruby.html
2000-08-14T21:23:14+00:00 devel/p5-PerlMenu Perl5 module for displaying menus with Curses
PerlMenu is a simple module that uses the Curses package to render
menus on the terminal.

WWW: http://old.ait.iastate.edu/perlmenu/
http://search.cpan.org/author/SKUNZ/perlmenu.v4.0/
2000-08-14T07:49:03+00:00 mail/cclient-maildir
C-client is a common API for accessing mailboxes. It is used internally by
the popular PINE mail reader as well as the University of Washington's IMAP
server.

This port includes the unsupported maildir driver to make c-client understand
qmail's maildir mailbox format.

-Kelly
kbyanc@posi.net
2000-08-14T07:09:57+00:00 net/ruby-uri
This is a Ruby interface to parse URIs according to RFC 2396. FTP and
HTTP URLs are supported for the present.


Author: Tomoyuki Kosimizu <greentea@fa2.so-net.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www02.so-net.ne.jp/%7Egreentea/ruby/uri/
2000-08-14T06:49:59+00:00 textproc/eruby Interprets Ruby code embedded in a text file like PHP/ePerl/ASP/JSP
eruby interprets Ruby code embedded in a text file just like PHP,
ePerl, ASP, or JSP. For example, eruby enables you to embed a Ruby
code in a HTML file.

Author: Shugo Maeda
2000-08-13T17:55:52+00:00 x11/ruby-kde
This is a KDE extension library for Ruby (http://www.ruby-lang.org/)
developed with SWIG (http://www.swig.org/) and Ruby module for SWIG
(swigruby; www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/%7Efukusima/ruby/swig-j.html).

Author: Nobuyuki Horie <horie@smail.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp>
WWW: http://sfns.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/geneng/horie_hp/ruby/index.html
2000-08-12T16:48:48+00:00 x11-toolkits/ruby-qt2 Qt2 extension for Ruby
This is a Qt2 extension library for Ruby (http://www.ruby-lang.org/)
developed with SWIG (http://www.swig.org/) and Ruby module for SWIG
(swigruby; http://www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/~fukusima/ruby/swig-j.html).

Qt2 extension library for Ruby was originally included as a example of
swigruby package written by the author of swigruby. The author has
extended it for practical use in X window system.

Author: Nobuyuki Horie <horie@smail.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp>
WWW: http://sfns.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/geneng/horie_hp/ruby/index.html
2000-08-12T16:48:48+00:00 x11-toolkits/ruby-qt
This is a Qt extension library for Ruby (http://www.ruby-lang.org/)
developed with SWIG (http://www.swig.org/) and Ruby module for SWIG
(swigruby; http://www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/~fukusima/ruby/swig-j.html).

Qt extension library for Ruby was originally included as a example of
swigruby package written by the author of swigruby. The author has
extended it for practical use in X window system.

Author: Nobuyuki Horie <horie@smail.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp>
WWW: http://sfns.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/geneng/horie_hp/ruby/index.html
2000-08-12T12:12:38+00:00 archivers/ruby-zlib An extension library to use zlib from Ruby
This is an extension library to use zlib from Ruby. Ruby/zlib has
original .gz file handler of its own.

Author: Ueno Katsuhiro <katsu@blue.sky.or.jp>
WWW: http://www.blue.sky.or.jp/atelier/#ruby-zlib
2000-08-12T12:04:41+00:00 x11-wm/bbpager Pager for the Blackbox window manager
bbpager is a pager tool for Blackbox, it uses KDE wm-hints to get the
information from Blackbox.

WWW: http://bbtools.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-12T07:11:09+00:00 misc/felis Displays one or more files as a single line of text
Felis sends one or more files to stdin. Unlike cat, felis will place all
of its output to a single line.

WWW: http://www.whizkidtech.redprince.net/fports/
2000-08-12T00:28:05+00:00 games/bzflag Multiplayer 3D tank battle game
BZFlag is a free online multiplayer 3D tank battle game. The name
originates from "Battle Zone Capture The Flag". It runs on Windows,
Mac OSX, Linux, BSD, and other platforms. It was one of the most
popular games ever on Silicon Graphics machines and continues to
be developed and improved to this day.

At its heart, the game is a 3D first person tank simulation where
opposing teams battle for dominance.

WWW: http://bzflag.org/
2000-08-11T21:36:26+00:00 graphics/backfract Fractal image animated wallpaper program
Backfract is an animated wallpaper program for Unix with X windows.
It fills your background window with a fractal image, then every
15 minutes it will update the image by zooming in or out. As it
zooms in, it uses a simple heuristic to try to stay with
"interesting" scenes.

WWW: http://www.igoweb.org/~wms/comp/backfract/
2000-08-11T16:39:39+00:00 www/mod_ruby An Apache module that embeds Ruby interpreter within
mod_ruby embeds the Ruby interpreter into the Apache web server,
allowing Ruby CGI scripts to be executed natively. These scripts will
start up much faster than without mod_ruby.

Author: Shugo Maeda
2000-08-11T15:51:04+00:00 www/mod_roaming An Apache module that works as a Netscape Roaming Access server
mod_roaming is an Apache module that works as a Netscape Roaming
Access server for Netscape Communicator 4.5 or later.

This allows you to store your Netscape Communicator 4.5 preferences,
bookmarks, address books, cookies etc. on the server so that you can
use (and update) the same settings from any Netscape Communicator 4.5
that can access the server.

WWW: http://www.klomp.org/mod_roaming/
2000-08-11T12:24:04+00:00 comms/qicosi Ip/modem fido compatible mailer
Qicosi is a simple ifcico like FTN mailer. It can works via
TCP/IP as well as on modem links. Look at sample configs for more
information.
2000-08-11T12:24:04+00:00 comms/qico FidoNet Technology Network (FTN) compatible mailer for Unix systems
Qico is an FidoNet Technology Network (FTN) compatible mailer for Unix systems.
It has slightly different architecture than ifcico.

Features:

* Support for EMSI, ZModem, ZedZap, Hydra
* Support for 4D Binkley-style, Amiga-style outbound, fileboxes
* Daemon mode for outgoing calls
* Substs with support for hidden-lines
* Support for session time limit
* Support for minimum connect speed limit

and so on.
2000-08-11T11:19:21+00:00 net/gale A secure instant messaging system
Gale is an open-source messaging system. It provides private messaging and
public chat, uses strong end-to-end cryptography for security, and supports
a distributed server network with a range of clients (both console and GUI)
available.

WWW: http://www.gale.org/
2000-08-11T11:19:21+00:00 net-im/gale Secure instant messaging system
Gale is an open-source messaging system. It provides private messaging and
public chat, uses strong end-to-end cryptography for security, and supports
a distributed server network with a range of clients (both console and GUI)
available.

WWW: http://www.gale.org/
2000-08-11T11:11:53+00:00 net/flow-tools Suite of tools and library to work with netflow data
Tools to capture, replicate, print, filter, send and other works
on Cisco's NetFlow Export.

WWW: http://www.splintered.net/sw/flow-tools/
2000-08-11T11:11:53+00:00 net-mgmt/flow-tools Suite of tools and library to work with netflow data
Tools to capture, replicate, print, filter, send and other works
on Cisco's NetFlow Export.

WWW: https://github.com/5u623l20/flow-tools/
2000-08-11T10:57:44+00:00 lang/ruby-perl A Ruby extension module to use the functions of Perl from Ruby
This is a Ruby extension module to use the functions of Perl from Ruby.

You can also call Ruby functions back from within the Perl code.

Author: Yoshida Masato <yoshidam@yoshidam.net>
WWW: http://www.yoshidam.net/Ruby.html#perl
2000-08-11T05:07:58+00:00 www/p5-Apache-Peek A data debugging tool for the XS programmer (under mod_perl)
Apache::Peek is a data debugging tool for the XS programmer (under
mod_perl).

Apache::Peek is a sub-class of Devel::Peek. The only difference is that
it overrides the stderr stream, to which Devel::Peek sends its output,
and send the output to the client instead.

Apache::Peek works both with mod_perl 1.0 and 2.0.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Apache-Peek/
2000-08-11T04:21:13+00:00 emulators/vgba-bin Emulator of Nintendo GameBoy Advance(TM)
Virtual GameBoy Advance (VGBA) is an emulator of the GameBoy Advance
videogame console produced by Nintendo. It allows to run GameBoy
Advance games on PCs, Macs, or just about any other sufficiently
fast computers in existence. It can also help to debug GameBoy
Advance software without using a costly development system. VGBA
is not a real GameBoy Advance though. Get the real thing if you
want a real experience. Also, VGBA will not play older GameBoy and
GameBoy Color games. You will need VGB for that.

WWW: http://www.komkon.org/fms/VGBA/
2000-08-11T04:21:13+00:00 emulators/vgb-bin Nintendo GameBoy(tm) emulator (closed binary version of vgb)
Virtual Game Boy is the Nintendo GameBoy(tm) emulator on X-Window.

Test your VGB installation with the command(default):

vgb /usr/X11R6/share/vgb/CART.GB

Virtual GameBoy (VGB) is a portable emulator of the Nintendo GameBoy
handheld videogame console. It allows to run most of GameBoy software
on a personal computer, as well as debug this software. As VGB is
written in a portable C programming language, it runs on many
different platforms and operating systems

WWW: http://fms.komkon.org/VGB/
2000-08-10T18:50:00+00:00 textproc/ruby-xmlparser Ruby module to access James Clark XML Parser ToolKit ("expat")
This is a Ruby module to access James Clark's XML Parser ToolKit. ("expat")

WWW: http://www.yoshidam.net/Ruby.html#xmlparser
2000-08-10T18:47:25+00:00 japanese/ruby-uconv Unicode conversion library with Japanese codesets support for Ruby
This is an Unicode conversion library with Japanese codesets support
for Ruby.

Supported character encoding schemes are UCS-4, UTF-16, UTF-8, EUC-JP,
CP932 (a variant of Shift_JIS for Japanese Windows).

WWW: http://www.yoshidam.net/Ruby.html#uconv
2000-08-09T23:29:47+00:00 sysutils/battstat-applet A laptop battery monitor utility for the GNOME panel
Battstat is yet another GNOME laptop battery checker. It displays
different icons depending on the status (AC, battery, charging, low
power), and requires GTK and GNOME.

WWW: http://spektr.eu.org/~jp/battstat/

- Jim <jim@FreeBSD.org>
2000-08-09T19:09:03+00:00 mail/p5-Mail-Ezmlm Perl module to allow object methods for ezmlm-idx mailing lists
Object methods for ezmlm mailing lists.

This software is beta release. As such, please treat it with the appropriate
amount of caution. Let me know if you find any bugs, etc.

The main reason for release is to sort of 'test the waters' ... Does anyone
apart from me think this is a good idea??

Install by doing the following ...
# perl Makefile.PL
# make test
# make install

One thing. For some reason MakeMaker doesn't like symlinks. Please make sure
you use the full cantonical path for the qmail and ezmlm binaries.

Documentation is in pod format. Please run perldoc Mail::Ezmlm after you have
installed it.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Ezmlm
2000-08-09T19:04:59+00:00 mail/ezmlm-web Manage ezmlm-idx mailing lists through the web (using CGI)
ezmlm-web provides a convinient, GUI method for users to configure and
maintain ezmlm-idx mailing lists. It allows one to create, reconfigure and
delete mailing lists, as well as manage subscriber lists. It supports all
the features of ezmlm-idx 4.0, and has full support for virtual domains,
multiple access levels. It can also be configured to use different languages.
2000-08-09T17:37:47+00:00 japanese/zangband Zangband (Zelazny Angband) with Japanese, color, X11 support
ZAngband is one of the many variants of the freeware rogue-like computer
roleplaying game Angband. This version has been translated into Japanese.

WWW: http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-SanJose/9606/zg/
2000-08-09T17:34:16+00:00 games/zangband Zangband (Zelazny Angband) with color, X11 support
ZAngband is one of the many variants of the freeware rogue-like computer
roleplaying game Angband.

WWW: http://www.zangband.org/
2000-08-09T12:29:24+00:00 devel/ruby-intl Simple wrapper of GNU gettext for Ruby
Ruby-intl -- A simple wrapper of GNU gettext for ruby

WWW: http://www.page.sannet.ne.jp/hirata-naoto/ruby-e.html
2000-08-08T19:16:35+00:00 converters/ruby-iconv iconv wrapper class for Ruby
This is an iconv wrapper class for Ruby.

WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/raa/list.rhtml?name=iconv
2000-08-07T17:56:53+00:00 textproc/ruby-rdtool RD to HTML/man/etc. converter (RD is to Ruby as POD is to Perl)
RDtool converts RD to HTML, man, etc.

RD is a multipurpose documentation format created for documentating
Ruby and output of Ruby world. Briefly, RD is to Ruby as POD is to
Perl.

WWW: https://github.com/uwabami/rdtool
2000-08-07T17:15:06+00:00 devel/ruby-strscan
StrScanner is a fast string scanner class for Ruby. It is very useful
in writing a parser.

Author: Minero Aoki <aamine@cd.xdsl.ne.jp>
WWW: http://www.xdsl.ne.jp/Cd/aamine/en/index.html
2000-08-07T17:15:06+00:00 devel/ruby-date2 Alternative date class for Ruby
date2 is an alternative date class for Ruby.

This class handles calculations about dates. The day of reform can be
specified freely in this class. The procedures about holiday
(holiday.rb) and date format (parsedate2.rb, strftime.rb and
strptime.rb) are also available.

WWW: http://www.funaba.org/en/ruby.html#date2
2000-08-07T17:15:06+00:00 devel/ruby-amstd Collection of miscellaneous Ruby modules
This is the AMbitious STanDard library, available under LGPL.

It is a collection of miscellaneous Ruby modules by Minero Aoki.
Several modules of his are using those modules.

bench.rb: very simple benchmark packing.rb: makes package (.tar.gz)
bug.rb: 'bug!' method pipeline.rb: filter file
dispatch.rb: "event handler" method rbparams.rb: parameters related ruby
errutil.rb: protects exception recycle.rb: recycles objects
extmod.rb: abstract/property methods rubyemu.rb: ruby emulation
futils.rb: file utilities strquote.rb: String#quoted
gconst.rb: defines global constant timer.rb: timer class
getdep.rb: gets file dependency to_s.rb: _name2str, _type2str
inst.rb: helps installation version.rb: VersionNumber class
must.rb: must/must_have/must_be methods

WWW: http://www.loveruby.net/en/amstd.html
2000-08-07T11:23:12+00:00 devel/ruby-optparse
OptionParser is yet another command line option parser for Ruby.

Features:
* describe option definition with its handler
* specify argument format and convert automatically
* can emit options' summaries
* can add options on the fly
* completion for option/argument

Author: Nobuyoshi.Nakada <nobu.nokada@softhome.net>
WWW: http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/raa-list.rhtml?name=OptionParser
2000-08-07T11:23:12+00:00 databases/ruby-mysql Ruby module for accessing MySQL databases with a C API like interface
This is a Ruby module for accessing MySQL databases, which has the
same functions as C API.

WWW: http://www.tmtm.org/en/mysql/ruby/
2000-08-07T08:20:31+00:00 textproc/ruby-html-parser HTML-parser package for Ruby
The html-parser package is a Ruby implementation of the Python's SGML
parser (sgmllib.py), HTML parser (htmllib.py) and Formatter
(formatter.py).

Author: Takahiro Maebashi <maebashi@iij.ad.jp>
WWW: http://www.jin.gr.jp/~nahi/Ruby/html-parser/README.html
2000-08-07T08:20:31+00:00 devel/ruby-racc An LALR(1) parser generator for Ruby
Racc is an LALR(1) parser generator for Ruby. It is written in Ruby
and generates Ruby code. Almost all functions of yacc(1) is
implemented.

WWW: http://i.loveruby.net/en/racc.html
2000-08-07T06:09:19+00:00 math/ruby-bigfloat Variable precision floating library for Ruby
BigFloat is an extension library for Ruby. Using BigFloat class, you
can obtain any number of significant digits in computation.

Author: Shigeo Kobayashi <shigeo@tinyforest.gr.jp>
WWW: http://www.tinyforest.gr.jp/ruby/bigfloat_en.html
2000-08-07T06:09:19+00:00 lang/ruby-python Ruby extension library for embedding Python in Ruby
Ruby extension library for embedding Python in Ruby. With this
library, Ruby scripts can directly call arbitrary Python modules.
Both extension modules and modules written in Python can be used.

Ruby and Python have some differences as described here. This library
enables Ruby users to have the advantages of both languages:

- Straightforward and easy-to-learn OO functionality of Ruby.
- Plenty of modules written for Python.

If you are attracted by Python modules but not fully satisfied with
Python's syntax or type system, try this library!

Author: Masaki Fukushima <fukusima@goto.info.waseda.ac.jp>
WWW: http://www.goto.info.waseda.ac.jp/~fukusima/ruby/python-e.html
2000-08-07T06:09:19+00:00 devel/ruby-property Simple properties scheme for Ruby
property.rb - simple properties scheme

This library, developed after java.util.Properties class of Java
Language, provides simple properties scheme for application
configurations, resources, locale data, etc.

2000-08-07T02:52:15+00:00 devel/adabroker A full Ada ORB to develop CORBA application
AdaBroker is a full-Ada free-software CORBA implementation.

WWW: http://adabroker.eu.org/
2000-08-05T13:45:38+00:00 audio/xmms-tfmx XMMS Input plugin for playing TFMX tunes
This plugin enables you to play the good old Amiga TFMX tunes, like the
magnificent one from the game Turrican!

Tunes: http://exotica.fix.no/

WWW: http://xmms-tfmx.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-03T11:19:05+00:00 www/mod_auth_mysql Allows users to use MySQL databases for user authentication
This add-on module allows the apache web server to use a MySQL database
for user and/or group authentication. For large user lists this can offer
a significate speed up over apache's standard flat file format.

WWW: http://modauthmysql.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-03T04:05:48+00:00 www/xswallow A general-purpose, user-configurable plugin for Netscape
XSwallow is a general-purpose plugin for Netscape for Unix
which allows the user to configure any programs he or she
desires to handle any MIME type data embedded in web pages.

XSwallow documentation and some pages for testing your
configuration are located at:

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

Author: Caolan.McNamara@ul.ie

--
conrads@home.com
2000-08-02T18:03:08+00:00 misc/biblereader A GUI based Bible program for X11
BibleReader is a Bible study program for Linux/X, as well as any POSIX
system which supports gtk+. It uses the popular Gtk+ widget set.
Currently, BibleReader has the capacity to find a passage by reference,
search for a phrase using an intuitive combination of boolean searching
and regular expressions, and has a filter which enables searches to be
limited to a selection of books.

WWW: http://runnhide.cjb.net/sword/

- Patrick Seal
patseal@hyperhost.net
2000-08-02T16:17:17+00:00 net/gnometelnet A nice frontend to the telnet, ssh, and rlogin clients for GNOME
GNOME Telnet is a nice frontend to the telnet, ssh, and rlogin clients.

WWW: http://www.cyest.org/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=2
2000-08-02T13:30:29+00:00 devel/veepee A user orientated scripting environment for embedding in applications
VeePee, at its current stage of development, is a set of components aimed at
GNOME and KDE application developers to enable them to easily add scripting
capabilities to their applications.

Script-enabling an application gives the user the ability to extend the
application in a way that suits the user. It allows them to adapt the
application to solve problems that you hadn't considered when developing the
application. It empowers your users.

VeePee provides a consistent scripting environment. Users who develop scripting
skills will find that those skills are transferable to all applications that
embed VeePee.

VeePee provides the user with a set of simple but powerful GUI controls. A
VeePee scripted GUI has the same look and feel as the embedding application,
whether it be a GNOME or a KDE application.

WWW: http://www.thekompany.com/projects/vp/
2000-08-02T12:01:17+00:00 hebrew/pine PINE(tm) -- a Program for Internet News & Email
Pine (Program for Internet News & Email) is a tool for reading, sending,
and managing electronic messages. It was designed specifically with
novice computer users in mind, but can be tailored to accommodate the
needs of "power users" as well. Pine uses Internet message protocols
(e.g. RFC-822, SMTP, MIME, IMAP, NNTP) and runs on Unix and PCs.

Besides Pine this package includes the Pico editor, the Pilot file browser
and also the IMAPv4r1 daemon and POP2/POP3 servers (these daemons are not
built by default -- please use the "imap-uw" port for this).

An optional set of configuration files can be put into /usr/local/etc
to set system wide defaults. Have a look at the documentation installed
in /usr/local/share/doc/pine/ for more details.

Also included in dot.pinerc.pgp.sample are example entries needed to
add to your .pinerc to activate the pgp add on scripts pgpdecode,
pgpencode, and pgpsign.

WWW: http://www.washington.edu/pine/

Adrian Penisoara (Ady)
pine@freebsd.ady.ro
2000-08-02T11:05:21+00:00 hebrew/elmar-fonts Collection of Hebrew fonts from El-Mar software, Ltd
The fonts used by the Hebrew Support of X-Windows & Motif since 1991.
35 pcf files, 8 Type1 files (1 is similar to the proportional Webfont).
Already adopted by 8 workstation vendors, dozens of software houses,
and most of the X users in Israel.

WWW: http://elmar.co.il/wwh/wwh/xfiles/H.fonts/index.en.html
2000-08-02T10:24:57+00:00 news/c-nocem NoCeM for C News and INN

c-nocem - NoCeM for C News and INN

This is a program for the easy and efficient application of the NoCeM
protocol on the news spool. Which means, articles for which a NoCeM
with "action=hide" is accepted, will be deleted from your news system
as if they had been cancelled. With the installation described below,
these will be processed as fast as possible and should work like real
cancels.

Unlike the standard implementation of NoCeM, this version is optimized
for the most common case of "spam cancels". In fact, it can do nothing
else. It cannot be run by a normal user, it does not need or
manipulate state like .newsrc files, it processes only "hide" actions,
and that only by actually deleting the articles.

c-nocem is designed for easy setup and fast run and needs no
maintenance.

The software is in the public domain.

WWW: http://sites.inka.de/~bigred/sw/c-nocem.html
2000-08-02T08:30:07+00:00 sysutils/grub GRand Unified Bootloader
GNU GRUB is a multiboot boot loader. It was derived from GRUB, the GRand
Unified Bootloader, which was originally designed and implemented by Erich
Stefan Boleyn.

This port does not install GRUB on the master boot record of your hard drive.
To do this, or to use it with a floppy disk, you will need to read the info
page that is installed by the port.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/
2000-08-02T01:15:39+00:00 security/fuzz Tool for testing software by bombarding the program with random data
Fuzz is a tool for testing other software. It does this by bombarding
the program being evaluated with random data.

WWW: http://fuzz.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-01T14:48:21+00:00 www/web2ldap Python-based WWW gateway to LDAP servers
web2ldap is a full-featured web-based LDAP v2+ client written in Python.

WWW: https://web2ldap.de/
2000-08-01T14:06:30+00:00 devel/p5-B-Graph Perl Compiler backend to diagram OP trees
This module is a layer between the perl-internals-examining parts of
Malcolm Beattie's perl compiler (the B::* classes) and your favorite
graph layout tool (currently Dot and VGC are supported, but adding
others would be easy). It examines the internal structures that perl
builds to represent your code (OPs and SVs), and generates
specifications for multicolored boxes and arrows to represent them.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/B-Graph
2000-08-01T12:16:30+00:00 x11/stockticker_applet An applet that displays stock quotes in the Gnome panel
StockTicker Applet
==================

This applet displays stock quotes in the Gnome panel.


Requirements
============

To use StockTicker, you must have:

o Gnome (including libghttp and pixbuf support)
o A net connection


Running StockTicker
===================

Once installed, the ticker can be added to the panel by running it
(stockticker_applet). You may want to add it to your applet menu by running
gmenu.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/stockticker/
2000-08-01T11:58:29+00:00 devel/camlp4 Pre-Processor-Pretty-Printer for Objective Caml
Camlp4 is a Pre-Processor-Pretty-Printer for Objective Caml. It offers
syntactic library tools and the ability to extend and/or redefine the
concrete syntax of Objective Caml.

WWW: http://caml.inria.fr/camlp4/
2000-08-01T11:55:35+00:00 mail/smunge Funneling POP3 proxy server
Smunge is a stand alone POP3 funneling proxy server, designed
to allow clients to attach to multiple pop servers as if they
were one. Smunge can be used to join together multiple mailboxes,
or to present different users with different mailboxes (depending
on username). This allows for administrators of pop servers to set
up either load balancing or redundant clusters for pop services.
It was initially designed to smooth over the transition of pop
services from one machine to another, without users losing mail
(by keeping the old server active whilst the new one was being
installed). It also supports DRAC for pop-before-smtp authentication.
Also featured is support for LDAP based authentication and lookups
for mapping users to sets of pop servers.

WWW: http://www.i2pi.com/smunge/
2000-08-01T10:14:04+00:00 editors/glimmer A full featured code editor for GNOME with many advanced features
Glimmer is currently the most advanced text/code editor for GNOME. It is a full
featured code editor with many advanced features, including scripting
integration with either Python or Guile.

At the current time, Glimmer has syntax highlighting support for the following
languages: Bash/Sh, C/C++, HTML, Java, Latex, GNU Make, Perl, PHP, PO
(Language Translation), Python, Scheme (guile, lisp, etc), SGML, WML, XML, and
Z80 Assembly.

WWW: http://glimmer.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-01T10:00:31+00:00 devel/asis GNAT implementation of the Ada Semantic Interface Specification
ASIS is an ISO standard API for the extraction of syntactic
and semantic information from an Ada compilation environment.
This is the implementation of ASIS for GNAT, the GNU Ada compiler.

WWW: http://www.gnat.com/
2000-08-01T10:00:31+00:00 devel/asis-gpl An Ada ASIS implementation including the Data Decomposition Annex
The Ada Semantic Interface Specification (ASIS) is an open and
published callable interface that allows a tool to access syntactic
and semantic information about an Ada program, independent of the
compilation environment that compiled the program.

WWW: http://libre.adacore.com/
2000-08-01T09:05:58+00:00 www/galeon2 A GNOME 2 Web browser based on gecko (the Mozilla rendering engine)
Galeon is a GNOME 2 Web browser based on Gecko (the mozilla rendering engine).
It's fast, it has a light interface, and it is fully standards-compliant.

WWW: http://galeon.sourceforge.net/
2000-08-01T09:05:58+00:00 www/galeon A GNOME 2 Web browser based on gecko (the Mozilla rendering engine)
Galeon is a GNOME 2 Web browser based on Gecko (the mozilla rendering engine).
It's fast, it has a light interface, and it is fully standards-compliant.

WWW: http://galeon.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-31T20:22:59+00:00 www/mod_fastcgi Apache 2.4 fast-cgi module
mod_fastcgi is a cgi-module for Apache

FastCGI is a language independent, scalable, open extension to CGI that
provides high performance without the limitations of server specific APIs.
See the docs for more details.

WWW: https://github.com/FastCGI-Archives/mod_fastcgi
2000-07-31T19:13:54+00:00 biology/emboss Collection of open source tools for genetic sequence analysis
The European Molecular Biology Open Software Suite (EMBOSS) is a
comprehensive set (about 100) of open source tools for genetic sequence
analysis. EMBOSS is produced by the European Molecular Biology Network
(EMBnet - http://www.embnet.org/).

All EMBOSS tools are all built around the same set of core libraries - AJAX
and NUCLEUS - and therefore share a unified user interface, have similar
"look and feel", and implement a uniform sequence addressing methodology.

The various components of EMBOSS are distributed under the GPL, except the
core libraries which are under the LGPL.

EMBASSY packages are third party applications which have been integrated with
the EMBOSS suite, but which are not included in the base EMBOSS distribution
for licensing or other reasons. The EMBASSY packages live in the
biology/embassy port.

WWW: http://www.emboss.org/
2000-07-31T15:36:11+00:00 devel/tcl-memchan Two new channel types for in-memory channels in TCL8
memchan is an extension library to the script language tcl, as created
by John Ousterhout. It provides two new channel types for in-memory
channels and the appropriate commands for their creation.

They are useful to transfer large amounts of data between procedures or
interpreters, and additionally provide an easy interface to on-the-fly
generation of code too. No need to set or append to a string, just do a
simple puts.

WWW: http://memchan.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-31T15:31:16+00:00 irc/ircatlite A GTK based 'Internet Relay Chat' Client
IRcatLite - A GTK based 'Internet Relay Chat' Client
=======================================================================

Author: Atsushi Tagami
Email:
WWW: http://www.pp.iij4u.or.jp/~tagami/gtk/ircat.html

Description (from original "README" file)
===========
* This software is IRC client using gtk+.

* The INSTALL file gives detailed instructions how to install IRcatLite.

* The LICENCE file contains the IRcatLite license. IRcatLite is licensed
under the "modified" BSD style license.


- Yoshikazu GOTO <goto@snowy.to>
2000-07-31T15:14:24+00:00 net/adasockets IPv4 socket library for Ada (TCP, UDP, and multicast)
The AdaSockets library allows the use of BSD sockets from within an Ada
program. It is limited to IP version 4 sockets (TCP, UDP, multicast).
It is released under the GNAT Modified General Public License, which
means AdaSockets can be freely used in proprietary applications without
affecting their licenses.

WWW: http://www.rfc1149.net/devel/adasockets.html
2000-07-31T15:01:38+00:00 lang/gnat-glade GNU Ada distributed systems annex
GLADE is GNAT's companion package for building distributed systems in Ada.
GNAT+GLADE is a complete implementation of the Ada 95 programming language.

WWW: http://libre.act-europe.com/

Note: because of the existence of GLADE, the GTK GUI builder, this package
has been renamed gnat-glade, as is done in Linux distributions such
as Debian

-- Samuel Tardieu
sam@inf.enst.fr
2000-07-31T15:01:38+00:00 lang/glade-gpl GNU Ada distributed systems annex
GLADE is GNAT's companion package for building distributed systems in Ada.
GNAT+GLADE is a complete implementation of the Ada 95 programming language.

WWW: http://libre.act-europe.com/

Note: because of the existence of GLADE, the GTK GUI builder, this package
has been renamed gnat-glade, as is done in Linux distributions such
as Debian

-- Samuel Tardieu
sam@inf.enst.fr
2000-07-31T14:23:39+00:00 net/gnubile
gnubile is a GNOME frontend for the gnutella distributed network.

WWW: http://gnutella.wego.com/
2000-07-31T13:23:07+00:00 x11/gbackground Gnome Panel applet to change the background on the desktop
This is a Gnome Panel applet designed to change the background on
your desktop.

WWW: http://gBackGround.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-31T12:12:24+00:00 biology/py-biopython Collection of Python modules for bioinformatics
The Biopython Project is an international association of developers who are
providing freely available Python tools for use in areas of computational
molecular biology such as bioinformatics and genomics.

Biopython is a collection of Python packages and modules created by the
Biopython Project, intended to provide the basis for building bioinformatics
applications in the Python language.

Note that the current release is alpha quality, and not yet deemed to be
stable.

This port includes optional support for Biopython-CORBA, a CORBA interface
built to the BioCorba standard (http://biocorba.org/).

WWW: http://biopython.org/
2000-07-31T09:25:37+00:00 games/xfireworks Fireworks on X
XFireworks makes fireworks in the root window on X.

This is imitation of Japanese "Hanabi Taikai". It is very popular event
in Japanese summer and performed on some rivers.
Sumidagawa River's Hanabi Taikai is very popular. The author has seen
Arakawa River's Hanabi Taikai every year.

See xfireworks(1) for more details.

WWW: http://kozos.jp/myfreesoft/
2000-07-30T20:36:48+00:00 audio/btc Tool for creating bass tablature
The Bass Tab Creator is a program designed to help create bass tablature.
It was originally created to facilitate the reproduction of tab published
in many music magazines and books. It takes as input a file consisting of
note information, and builds the tab staffs.
2000-07-30T07:10:53+00:00 cad/electric Sophisticated electrical CAD system
Electric is a sophisticated electrical CAD system that can handle
many forms of circuit design, including:

Custom IC layout (ASICs)
Schematic drawing
Hardware description language specifications
Electro-mechanical hybrid layout

(snip, this is an edited version of Electric's homepage)

Electric handles these file formats:

CIF I/O
GDS I/O
VHDL I/O
DXF I/O
PostScript, HPGL, and QuickDraw output

For real functionality, one should consider installing
support simulation software such as cad/spice.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/electric/electric.html
2000-07-30T02:23:21+00:00 misc/tkregexp Interactive regexp design tool
Tired of debugging your regular expressions? Do you want to quickly build
efficient regexps?

Visual REGEXP is for you!

This software will let you design your regexps by letting you type the
expression and visualize its effect on a sample of your choice.

WWW: http://laurent.riesterer.free.fr/regexp/
2000-07-29T17:48:26+00:00 deskutils/aspostit AfterStep dockable version of XPostIt
ASPostIt is a version of XPostIt hacked so it is compatible with the
AfterStep Wharf (and probably that of other WMs as well).
2000-07-29T12:22:39+00:00 www/http_load Multiprocessing http performance test client
http_load runs multiple http fetches in parallel, to test the throughput of
a web server.

However unlike most such test clients, it runs in a single process, so it
doesn't bog down the client machine. It can be configured to do https
fetches as well.

WWW: http://www.acme.com/software/http_load/
2000-07-29T10:31:36+00:00 net/crescendo A gnome frontend for tinyfuge
Oooookay, so you have tinyfugue, and you want
it pretty, Well, here's your toy. This should
be -really- straightforward. If you've got this
out of cvs, run ./autogen.sh ; make and you are
set.

PLEASE READ HACKING, if you are a developer.

If you got this from a dist, then, ./configure
should be what you need. Have fun,

need some help, email me, Will LaSHell
will@lashell.net

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://crescendo.lyrical.net/
2000-07-29T07:18:21+00:00 games/nadar Network tank battle game
N.A.D.A.R. is a network tank battle game. You can play N.A.D.A.R. with
computer players and human players over the network.

This port installs "/usr/X11R6/bin/nadars" and "/usr/X11R6/bin/nadar".
"nadars" is a server of N.A.D.A.R. Run it before playing N.A.D.A.R.
"nadar" is a client of N.A.D.A.R. for X. Run it after nadars starts.

Example:

server-machine> nadars
client-machine1> nadar -s [Server's hostname] -p [Player's name]
client-machine2> nadar -s [Server's hostname] -p [Player's name]
...

If playing speed is very slow, Run nadar as below with size option.

client-machine> nadar -s [Server's hostname] -p [Player's name] -size 30

See nadars(1) and nadar(1) for more details.
2000-07-29T06:26:00+00:00 net/tcpillust Graphical TCP connection analysis tool
Tcpillust - A graphical TCP connection analysis tool

Tcpillust takes tcpdump file(s) specified on the command line and draw
pictures like figures in the ``TCP/IP Illustrated'' series.

WWW: http://www.jp.nishida.org/tcpillust/index.html
2000-07-29T01:17:07+00:00 mail/p5-Mail-Sender Module for sending mails with attachments through an SMTP server
Mail::Sender provides an object oriented interface to sending mails. It
doesn't need any outer program. It connects to a mail server directly
from Perl, using Socket.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Mail-Sender
2000-07-28T20:23:42+00:00 emulators/vxtools Command-line utilities for reading Veritas Filesystem (VxFS)
This package allows you to read files from Veritas Journaled Filesystem.
Current version seems to support versions 2 and 4 (and 3, but this version
was never released, AFAIK). I don't plan a write version, because I don't
know journal log structure and I have *no* time to play with it. But I plan
a Linux kernel implementation.
2000-07-28T15:42:31+00:00 x11/gswitchit_applet A simple keyboard state indicator and switcher for GNOME Desktop
GSwitchIt is just a simple keyboard state indicator and switcher for GNOME
panel.

Features:
---------
o Support up to 4 keyboard groups.
o Customizable images for each group.
o Switching using the applet menu or by double-click.
o Audible bell on layout switching (BTW, it can be turned off!).
o Support for "secondary" layouts (i.e. layouts reachable only from popup menu).

WWW: http://gswitchit.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-28T15:42:31+00:00 x11/gswitchit A simple keyboard state indicator and switcher for GNOME Desktop
GSwitchIt is just a simple keyboard state indicator and switcher for GNOME
panel.

Features:
---------
o Support up to 4 keyboard groups.
o Customizable images for each group.
o Switching using the applet menu or by double-click.
o Audible bell on layout switching (BTW, it can be turned off!).
o Support for "secondary" layouts (i.e. layouts reachable only from popup menu).

WWW: http://gswitchit.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-28T14:06:03+00:00 biology/p5-bioperl Collection of Perl modules for bioinformatics
The Bioperl Project is an international association of developers of open
source Perl tools for bioinformatics, genomics and life science research.

Bioperl is a collection of object-oriented Perl modules created by the
Bioperl Project. It forms the basis of a large number of bioinformatics and
genomics applications.

(For an interesting aside on "How Perl saved the Human Genome Project", see
http://www.bioperl.org/wiki/How_Perl_saved_human_genome)

WWW: http://bioperl.org/
2000-07-28T13:16:10+00:00 biology/p5-AcePerl Perl5 interface to the ACEDB genome database system
AcePerl is an object-oriented Perl interface for the ACEDB genome database
system. It provides functionality for connecting to remote ACEDB databases,
performing queries, fetching ACE objects, and updating databases.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/AcePerl
2000-07-28T11:05:27+00:00 audio/ccaudio2 C++ class framework for manipulating audio files
GNU ccAudio2 is a stand-alone portable C++ class framework for manipulating
audio data. GNU ccAudio2 offers platform indipendent classes for directly
accessing audio files from disk. These classes are endian aware and also,
unlike some audio file manipulation libraries, content format aware;
ccAudio treats audio as an array of descreat sample points rather than simply
as binary data. ccAudio can also manipulate header information such as
annotations. GNU ccAudio2 supports sun audio, raw samples, and RIFF encoded
audio data. In addition to manipulating audio thru disk files, GNU ccAudio2
can provide audio processing of sample sets in memory. This includes generation
of pure tones, energy measurement of audio poackets, and software codec
conversions. GNU ccAudio2 includes a framework for developing plugin audio
codecs and is intended to be a carrier for freely licensed audio codecs as well
as to expand into a general purpose audio/signal processing C++ library.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/ccaudio/
2000-07-28T11:05:27+00:00 audio/ccaudio C++ class framework for manipulating audio files
ccaudio offers a portable framework for developing applications which
access audio files. This library is optimized for DSP frame presentation
and for merging audio from multiple sources. Support is provided for many
common and popular sound file formats such as .au, .wav/RIFF, etc.

WWW: http://www.gnutelephony.org/
2000-07-28T10:45:43+00:00 lang/ccscript State-event driven class extendible C++ script interpreter
ccscript offers a class extensible threaded script interpreter that may
be embedded in Common C++ derived packages as a native extension language.
This script interpreter differs from traditional scripting systems in that
it is used to script near real-time state-event transitions thru
deterministic callback step execution rather than the linear and
non-deterministic fashion of traditional extension languages such as tcl,
libguile, etc.

WWW: http://www.gnutelephony.org/

- David Sugar
dyfet@gnu.org
2000-07-28T07:13:26+00:00 games/mindguard Helpful utility for detecting and jamming harmful mind-control rays
MindGuard protects your mind by jamming and/or scrambling psychotronic
mind-control signals and removing harmful engrammic pollutants from
your brain. It also has the ability to scan for and decipher into
English specific signals so you can see exactly Who wants to control
you and what They are trying to make you think.

With MindGuard, you can rest assured that your most valuable
possession - your mind - is safe from the nefarious tinkering of
evil-doers.

WWW: http://zapatopi.net/mindguard.html
2000-07-28T00:35:24+00:00 devel/sdts++ C++ library for SDTS related development
SDTS++ is a C++ toolkit that programmers can use to write
applications that can read or write SDTS datasets. Application
developers can use SDTS++ library classes to work with the
logical structure of these datasets without having to worry
about the physical details of each dataset.

WWW: http://mcmcweb.er.usgs.gov/sdts/sdtsxx/
2000-07-27T15:32:23+00:00 net/p5-NetAddr-IP Perl module for working with IP addresses and blocks thereof
This perl module provides a simple interface to the tedious bit
manipulation involved when handling IP address calculations. It also
helps by performing range comparisons between subnets as well as other
frequently used functions.

Please note that this module provides more functionality when used with
perl 5.6.1 or perl 5.8.0.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/search?dist=NetAddr-IP
2000-07-27T15:32:23+00:00 net-mgmt/p5-NetAddr-IP Work with IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and subnets
This perl module provides a simple interface to the tedious bit
manipulation involved when handling IP address calculations. It also
helps by performing range comparisons between subnets as well as other
frequently used functions.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/NetAddr-IP
2000-07-27T14:44:25+00:00 mail/pmail A GNOME/python email client
pmail - GNOME/python email client
====================================

This an email client written (almost) entirely in python using pygtk and
gnome-python for the user interface.

Major Features
====================================
* Unlimited IMAP4 and POP3 accounts (tested with cyrus and uw IMAP)
* Unlimited MH Mailboxes
* Drag and Drop (attachments, and messages between folders)
* MIME reading and composition
* Sent/Drafs/Trash can be any folder in IMAP or MH
* CREATE/DELETE/RENAME IMAP and MH Folders
* IMAP Namespace/Subscription support
* IMAP messages cached for faster operation on slow connections
* Search IMAP folders
* POP messages can be stored in IMAP or MH folders
* HTML messages can be viewed with XmHTML or GtkMozilla
* Smart external attachment viewing
* Written in python and pygtk, easy to add new folder/server types
* READ/SEND mail with atttached mail messages

WWW: http://www.scottbender.net/pmail/
2000-07-27T14:33:00+00:00 biology/sim4 Algorithm for aligning expressed DNA with genomic sequences
This package implements the Sim4 algorithm for aligning expressed DNA
with genomic sequences, described in the paper:

L. Florea, G. Hartzell, Z. Zhang, G. Rubin, and W. Miller (1998)
"A computer program for aligning a cDNA sequence with a genomic DNA sequence."
Genome Research 8, 967-974.

WWW: http://globin.cse.psu.edu/

Port maintained by the FreeBSD bio-porters mailing list.
2000-07-27T10:03:58+00:00 devel/commoncpp GNU project portable class framework for C++
Common C++ offers a highly portable C++ application development
framework. Common C++ provides classes for threads, sockets, daemon
management, system logging, object synchronization, realtime network
development, persistent object management, and file access.

WWW: http://www.gnutelephony.org/
2000-07-27T08:21:25+00:00 net-p2p/opennap Open-source Napster server
Napster is a protocol for sharing files between users. With Napster,
the files stay on the client machine, never passing through
the server. The server provides the ability to search for particular
files and initiate a direct transfer between the clients. In
addition, chat forums similar to IRC are available. OpenNap extends
the Napster protocol to allow sharing of any media type,
and the ability to link servers together.

WWW: http://opennap.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-27T08:21:25+00:00 audio/opennap The OpenNAP open-source Napster server
Napster is a protocol for sharing files between users. With Napster,
the files stay on the client machine, never passing through
the server. The server provides the ability to search for particular
files and initiate a direct transfer between the clients. In
addition, chat forums similar to IRC are available. OpenNap extends
the Napster protocol to allow sharing of any media type,
and the ability to link servers together.

WWW: http://opennap.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-27T05:40:55+00:00 net/jwhois Improved WHOIS client capable of selecting server to query
Jwhois is a WHOIS client, with a feature of selecting servers to
query based on a configulation file. Query results are cached to local
databases. If you make a same query later, the results are extracted
from databases; you can get your answer quickly.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/jwhois/
2000-07-26T12:55:44+00:00 www/encompass A lightweight web browser for the Gnome Desktop Environment
Encompass is a web browser for the Gnome Desktop Environment.

It is designed to be a small fast browser using the GtkHTML engine. It will be
able to share cookies with other apps. It will handle all special URIs and MIME
types. All of this functionality will be provided by the latest version of
Gnome. Bonobo components will also be used, as well as plugins. No file-manager
functions will be implemented.

WWW: http://encompass.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-26T12:28:53+00:00 www/glibwww A library for people wanting to use libwww with gtk/gnome
Event register/unregister functions that use the glib event loop. This makes
libwww fit nicely into just about any gnome or gtk+ program.

This code may be useful for other people wanting to use libwww with gtk.

This code includes a nice bonobo control.
2000-07-25T10:08:17+00:00 games/bombermaze A multiplayer game, strategy place bombs to kill enemies and obstacles
Bombermaze is Bomberman clone for GNOME. It is a multiplayer action game in
which players run around in a square-grid maze while dropping bombs and
collecting power-ups. The bombs exlode after a short time delay, taking out any
nearby bricks and players. For maximum effect, bombs can be arranged so as to
cause a chain reaction of explosions. The last player left is the winner.

WWW: http://www.nongnu.org/bombermaze/
2000-07-24T22:29:46+00:00 japanese/elisp-manual Japanese translation of the GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual
This is a Japanese translation of the GNU 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.

This is edition 2.5.
2000-07-24T17:27:13+00:00 x11/gtk-theme-switch2 Command line tool for switching GTK+ 2.0 themes
A command line tool for switching GTK+ 2.0 themes.

WWW: http://www.muhri.net/nav.php3?node=gts
2000-07-24T17:27:13+00:00 x11/gtk-theme-switch Command line tool for switching GTK+ themes
A command line tool for switching GTK+ themes.

WWW: http://www.muhri.net/gthemeswitch.php3
2000-07-24T15:48:23+00:00 games/pythoong A snake-like game written for Gnome desktop
Pythoons is a "snake" like game written for Gnome. In this one, the snake moves
into a maze ( just like a PacMan ), eating pill and trying not to bite its
queue.

WWW: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/christophe.cressend/
2000-07-24T10:02:02+00:00 news/ubh Perl script to download and decode binaries posted to Usenet
ubh - the Usenet Binary Harvester - is a GPL'ed Perl console
application which automatically discovers, downloads, and decodes
single-part and multi-part Usenet binaries. Automatically assembles
multi-part binaries. Provides searching via Perl regular expression
syntax. Also provides a pre-selection capability whereby the user
can
interactively choose which binaries to download. Uses a standard
.newsrc file to control which groups and articles to process.
Runs anywhere Perl runs. Tested under Unix-based Perl, Active Perl
on Win32 platforms, and Mac OS X. Requires Net::NNTP and
News::Newsrc
(which itself requires Set::IntSpan), MIME::Parser, MIME::Base64,
IO::Stringy, and MailTools (distribution).

WWW: http://ubh.sourceforge.net/

[ This port is maintained by John Holland <john@zoner.org> ]
2000-07-24T06:06:32+00:00 devel/sourcenav Source code analysis tool
Source Navigator NG is a source code analysis tool.
With it, you can edit your source code, display relationships
between classes and functions and members, and display call trees.

You can navigate your source code and easily get to declarations
or implementations of functions, variables and macros (commonly
called "symbols") which helps you discovering and mapping unknown
source code for enhancement or maintenance tasks.

It is based upon the old source navigator and strives to
improve usability and performance.

WWW: http://sourcenav.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-24T06:06:32+00:00 devel/SN Cygnus/GNU/Red Hat's IDE and source code analysis tool
Source-Navigator is a source code analysis tool. With it, you can edit your
source code, display relationships between classes and functions and members,
and display call trees. You can also build your projects, either with your
own makefile, or by using Source-Navigator's build system to automatically
generate a makefile.

Source-Navigator works with the Insight GUI interface for GDB.

Source-Navigator supports C, C++, Java, Tcl, [incr Tcl], FORTRAN,
Python and COBOL, and provides an SDK so you can write your
own parsers.

Use Source-Navigator to:
* Analyze how a change will effect external source modules.
* Find every place in your code where a given function is called.
* Find each file that includes a given header file.
* Use the grep tool to search for a given string in all your source files.

Source-Navigator is released under the GNU Public License.

WWW: http://sources.redhat.com/sourcenav/

[ This port is maintained by Donald Burr <dburr@FreeBSD.ORG> ]
2000-07-24T05:57:31+00:00 news/PicMonger An automated USENET (NNTP) picture decoding client
PicMonger is an automated NNTP (Usenet News) client. In short, you point it
at your news server, select a group, and it scans the available (and not
previously scanned) posts for UUencoded or MIME base64-encoded binaries
(e.g. a JPEG image). When a binary is found, it is automatically decoded
back to its original form. If desired, PicMonger can also create thumbnail
preview pages, viewable in any web browser.

Features:
* Intuitive GUI design
* Automatic customizable HTML thumbnail preview page generation
* Thumbnails maintain same aspect ratio as the original, within a size
constraint specified by the user
* Inter-session group memory (resumes scanning a newsgroup where you left off)
* Inter-session options memory (remembers all of your customized settings)
* GUI-based mangement of server and newsgroup lists
* Fixes filenames to be ext2fs (Linux/Unix) friendly before they are written
* Screens files and decodes only the file types you select
* Easy installation (uses GNU autoconf/automake)
* Error logging for easy troubleshooting (rarely an issue)
* Distributed under the GNU GPL

WWW: http://PicMonger.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-22T16:37:35+00:00 sysutils/pwgen2 A small, powerful, GPL'ed password generator
Pwgen is a small, powerful, GPL'ed password generator.

This version of pwgen was written by Theodore Ts'o
<tytso@alum.mit.edu>. It is modelled after a program originally written
by Brandon S. Allbery, and then later extensively modified by Olaf Titz,
Jim Lynch, and others. It was rewritten from scratch by Theodore Ts'o
because the original program was somewhat of a hack, and thus hard to
maintain, and because the licensing status of the program was unclear.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pwgen/
2000-07-22T16:37:35+00:00 sysutils/pwgen Small, powerful, GPL'ed password generator #'
Pwgen is a small, powerful, GPL'ed password generator.

This version of pwgen was written by Theodore Ts'o
<tytso@alum.mit.edu>. It is modelled after a program originally written
by Brandon S. Allbery, and then later extensively modified by Olaf Titz,
Jim Lynch, and others. It was rewritten from scratch by Theodore Ts'o
because the original program was somewhat of a hack, and thus hard to
maintain, and because the licensing status of the program was unclear.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pwgen/
2000-07-22T13:51:22+00:00 textproc/cdif Word context visualizer of DIFF output
cdif is a post-processor of the Unix diff command. It highlights
deleted, changed and added words based on word context. You may want
to compare character-by-character rather than word-by-word. Option -B
option can be used for that purpose. If only one file is specified,
cdif reads that file (stdin if no file) as a output from diff command.
Lines those don't look like diff output are simply ignored and
printed.

Note that this requires fdescfs(5) mounted.

WWW: https://github.com/kaz-utashiro/cdif
2000-07-21T16:05:23+00:00 games/gcompris2 Gnome2 educational games and activities for kids ages 2 to 10
Gcompris is educational software and includes over 50 activites and games
for kids ages from 2 to 10. Some activities are game oriented,
but always educational.

You will find activities in the following topics:

computer discovery: keyboard, mouse, different mouse gesture
algebra: table memory, enumeration, double entry table, mirror image
science: the canal lock, the water cycle, the submarine
geography: place the country on the map
games: chess, memory
reading: reading practice
other: learn to tell time, puzzle of famous paintings, vector drawing

WWW: http://gcompris.net/
2000-07-21T16:05:23+00:00 games/gcompris Gnome2 educational games and activities for kids ages 2 to 10
Gcompris is educational software and includes over 50 activites and games
for kids ages from 2 to 10. Some activities are game oriented,
but always educational.

You will find activities in the following topics:

computer discovery: keyboard, mouse, different mouse gesture
algebra: table memory, enumeration, double entry table, mirror image
science: the canal lock, the water cycle, the submarine
geography: place the country on the map
games: chess, memory
reading: reading practice
other: learn to tell time, puzzle of famous paintings, vector drawing

WWW: http://gcompris.net/
2000-07-21T14:06:25+00:00 mail/mmc A tiny mail client for Gnome Desktop
MMC is a Mail Client, written in C++, for Gnome.

Current features (more to come in the nearest future):

o Single window interface
o Two pane view for multiple mailboxes
o Sortable columnized email view
o Simple Address Book
o Complete support for POP3 email receiving
o Complete support for SMTP email sending
o Simple, organized email composition interface
o Complete attachment support, intuitive attachment list
o MIME support
o Multiple recipients, carbon copy/blind carbon copy support
o Multiple Mailboxes
o Copying/Moving between multiple Folders


WWW: http://mmc.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-21T13:43:38+00:00 www/ssserver Adds the search capability to a Web site
SSServer lets you add the ability for visitors to search your Web site
for the information they want.

SSServer provides intelligent Subject Search capabilities. It is able
to find and highlight those paragraphs where your search phrase has
been altered, modified or even misspelled.
SSServer supports more than 35 languages, including all European
languages, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

WWW: http://www.kryltech.com/server.htm

- Kryloff Technologies, Inc.
support@kryltech.com
2000-07-21T10:11:44+00:00 editors/gate Simple and unobtrusive line-oriented text editor
Gate is text-gatherer. A text-gatherer is like a text-editor, but much
more lightweight and unobtrusive.

If you have a program or shell script that asks people to enter a small
chunk of text, a text-gatherer like Gate is a good way to do it. It
doesn't clear the screen (annoying if there were just some instructions
printed there). It doesn't require you to know a lot of obscure editing
commands. It doesn't make excessive demands on the intelligence of your
terminal emulation software.

It does provide a number of features that make it easier for novice users
to produce good text. It does word-wrap, prints a prompt on each new line,
and allows backspacing from the currently line onto previous lines. It
also provides features that a more experienced user can use. You can call
up normal editor, or use some of gate's simple-minded editing
commands. You can read in files, or save your text to a file. You can
filter your text through something like the Unix "fmt" command. It
provides a nice spell-checking interface too.

WWW: http://www.unixpapa.com/gate.html
2000-07-21T05:06:59+00:00 databases/mysql++1 Complex C++ API for MySQL${MYSQL_VER}
MySQL++ is a C++ wrapper for MySQL's C API.
It is built around STL principles, to make dealing with
the database as easy as dealing with an STL container.

WWW: http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/
2000-07-21T05:06:59+00:00 databases/mysql++ Complex C++ API for MySQL${MYSQL_VER}
MySQL++ is a C++ wrapper for MySQL's C API.
It is built around STL principles, to make dealing with
the database as easy as dealing with an STL container.

WWW: http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/
2000-07-20T13:49:36+00:00 mail/listar
Listar is a open-source (GNU Licence) software package that adminsters
mailing lists (similar to Majordomo and Listserv). Some of Listar's
features include:

- A modular design structure, so that you can compile what you
need (and don't)
- The ability to strip down MIME messages and remove their
attachments.
- Ability to be run in a multi-Virtual Host configuration.

Take a look at Listar's website to get a full feature list:

WWW: http://www.listar.org/
2000-07-20T11:55:59+00:00 www/tclhttpd Http-server implemented in TCL
This is a pure-Tcl implementation of an HTTP protocol server. It runs as
a script on top of a vanilla Tcl interpreter using tcllib scripts and,
optionally, two binary libraries (crypt and limit).

The Tcl I/O system provides event-driven I/O facilities and a primitive
that copies data from one I/O channel to another. The server does the
HTTP protocol handling and then simply directs the I/O system to blast
data from disk to a network socket. The server has suprisingly good
performance because of Tcl's sophisticated I/O system.

The HTTP protocol is perhaps the least interesting aspect of the server.
The cool stuff is the framework for generating dynamic page content, and
the support for embedding the server directly into legacy applications
to "web-enable" them.

A Tcl-based web server is ideal for embedding because Tcl was designed
to support embedding into other applications. The interpreted nature of
Tcl allows dynamic reconfiguration of the server. Once the core
interface between the web server and the hosting application is defined,
it is possible to manage the web server, upload Safe-Tcl control
scripts, download logging information, and otherwise debug the Tcl part
of the application without restarting the hosting application.

WWW: http://www.tcl.tk/software/tclhttpd/
2000-07-20T08:09:31+00:00 news/grn A NNTP client for Gnome
Grn is NNTP client which is written with the help of Gnome and Gtk. It is
designed primarily to look like tin as much as possible, but work under X, and
use all the advantages that Gnome and Gtk provide. It is written also under the
influence of FleetStreet - an FTN-compatible message editor for OS/2
Presentation Manager.

Grn also uses pthreads to allow the user to interact with the program during
different time-consuming tasks (such as fetching grouplist or threading
articles - these all run in another thread).

WWW: http://grn.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-19T14:23:22+00:00 www/kannel WAP/SMS gateway
Kannel is a compact and very powerful open source WAP and SMS gateway, used
widely across the globe both for serving trillions of short messages (SMS),
WAP Push service indications and mobile internet connectivity.

WWW: http://www.kannel.org/
2000-07-19T13:23:02+00:00 biology/xdrawchem Chemical drawing program
from the Web page and the Freshmeat listing:

XDrawChem is a program for drawing chemical structures in two
dimensions. It comes with a library of amino acids and nucleic
acids. It can read and write MDL Molfiles, read and write CML
(Chemical Markup Language), read (some?) ChemDraw XML and binary
files, and export to EPS. It can predict 13C NMR and simple IR
spectra. It works under Unix or Windows.

WWW: http://xdrawchem.sourceforge.net
2000-07-19T13:18:16+00:00 x11-wm/bbkeys Keygrabber for the Blackbox window manager
bbkeys is the keygrabber for the Blackbox window manager: bbkeys handles all
keybindings and keyboard shortcuts for Blackbox. It uses Blackbox' Image
classes for rendering its look and feel so that bbkeys will render itself to
match whatever Blackbox style is used. It is highly configurable either via
the "bbconf" GUI utility or by hand-editting bbkeys's config file.

WWW: http://bbkeys.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-19T10:48:43+00:00 net/cidr RFC 1878 subnet calculator / helper
cidr is a tiny command-line tool for determining network and broadcast
addresses a la RFC 1878. It takes an IP address and netmask and
outputs the network address, broadcast address, and total number of
addresses for the corresponding subnet. The IP can be in binary,
decimal, hex, or dotted quad. The mask can be in binary, decimal, hex,
dotted quad, or prefix.

WWW: http://geeksoul.com/robert/cidr.html
2000-07-19T10:48:43+00:00 net-mgmt/cidr RFC 1878 subnet calculator / helper
cidr is a tiny command-line tool for determining network and broadcast addresses
a la RFC 1878. It takes an IP address and netmask and outputs the network
address, broadcast address, and total number of addresses for the corresponding
subnet. The IP can be in binary, decimal, hex, or dotted quad. The mask can be
in binary, decimal, hex, dotted quad, or prefix.
2000-07-19T10:27:53+00:00 sysutils/memtest Utility to test for faulty memory subsystem
A user-space utility for testing the memory subsystem for faults. It is
portable and should compile and work on any 32- or 64-bit Unix-like system.
(Yes, even weird, proprietary Unices, and even Mac OS X.) For hardware
developers, memtester can be told to test memory starting at a particular
physical address as of memtester version 4.1.0.

The original source was by Simon Kirby <sim@stormix.com>. The program has
been rewritten by Charles Cazabon and many additional tests were added to
help catch borderline memory. He also rewrote the original tests (which
catch mainly memory bits which are stuck permanently high or low) so that
they run approximately an order of magnitude faster.

WWW: http://pyropus.ca/software/memtester/
2000-07-19T07:20:24+00:00 japanese/tkhonyaku Yet another Honyaku-Damashii client with rich functionality
TkHonyaku is yet another Honyaku-Damashii client with rich functionality.
If you have Honyaku-Damashii and are using xhonyaku, give this a try
instead of xhonyaku.

(Honyaku-Damashii is a Japanese <-> English translator)

WWW: http://www.yk.rim.or.jp/~kawagisi/tkhonyaku.html
2000-07-18T17:38:04+00:00 japanese/rogue_s Japanized and message separated version of Rogue-clone: Version II
This is a port of Rogue-clone: Version II, but it is enhanced to display
messages with Japanese, colored and messages are separated from program
(you can make another message version of rogue).

This port provide you 4 message files:
- Original English message [mesg_E]
(but it was broken, please recompile without -DJAPAN, sorry).
- Japanised message [mesg]
- UTMC (University of Tokyo Microcomputer Club) message [mesg_utmc]
- fj.* message [mesg_fj]

In this version, high score will be sorted to record by score only,
and you can record your own score more than one time.


You have to specify a message file to play this version of rogue like this:
% rogue_s mesg
or without argument, rogue_s will list available messages.


Welcome to the Dungeons of Doom...
2000-07-18T09:45:05+00:00 games/trojka Game of skill
Trojka is a game of skill. The aim of the game is to control and place
falling blocks so that you get three patterns or colors in a row,
horizontally or diagonally. These patterns then disappear, the above
blocks collapse and you get points.
2000-07-18T08:46:04+00:00 x11-toolkits/pango Open-source framework for the layout and rendering of i18n text
Pango provides a framework to render and control the layout of
internationalized text, and is the backend for right-to-left text.
Pango is an integral part of the GTK+ and GNOME projects, but its
code is platform- and toolkit-independent.

WWW: http://www.pango.org/
2000-07-18T05:38:04+00:00 x11-wm/libepplet Library for building enlightenment dock applications
Library for building enlightenment dock applications.

-Kelly
kbyanc@posi.net
2000-07-18T05:09:05+00:00 japanese/balsa A mail reader for the gnome interface (Japanized)
A mail reader for gnome. It supports local mail, pop3, and IMAP. It can
view mail files in mbox, maildir, and mh format.

This is balsa-ja port, which is Japanized by Kazuhiko Hotta, using Japanized
libmutt source.
2000-07-17T18:25:38+00:00 net/tcpmssd Utility to correct requested TCP receive segment size
tcpmssd was written by Ruslan Ermilov <ru@FreeBSD.org> based on work
done by Patrick Bihan-Faou <patrick@mindstep.com>.

tcpmssd is a divert(4) program that adjusts outgoing TCP data so that
the requested segment size is not greater than the amount allowed by
the interface MTU.

This is necessary in many setups to avoid problems caused by routers
that drop ICMP Datagram Too Big messages. Without these messages,
the originating machine sends data, it passes the rogue router then
hits a machine that has an MTU that is not big enough for the data.
Because the IP Don't Fragment option is set, this machine sends an
ICMP Datagram Too Big message back to the originator and drops the
packet. The rogue router drops the ICMP message and the originator
never gets to discover that it must reduce the fragment size or drop
the IP Don't Fragment option from its outgoing data.
2000-07-17T15:47:13+00:00 converters/libiconv Character set conversion library
This library provides an iconv() implementation, for use on systems which
don't have one, or whose implementation cannot convert from/to Unicode.

It can convert from any of these encodings to any other, through Unicode
conversion. It has also some limited support for transliteration, i.e.
when a character cannot be represented in the target character set, it can
be approximated through one or several similarly looking characters.

libiconv is for you if your application needs to support multiple character
encodings, but that support lacks from your system.

See either README or website for the list of supported encodings.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/libiconv/
2000-07-17T10:26:49+00:00 textproc/fribidi
This is FriBidi, a Free Implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm.

Background
==========
One of the missing links stopping the penetration of free software in
Israel is the lack of support for Hebrew. In order to have proper
Hebrew support, the BiDi algorithm must be implemented. It is my hope
that this library will stimulate more Hebrew free software.

Of course the BiDi algorithm is not limited to Hebrew, so I expect
that our Arab neighbors will also find this software useful.

Audience
========

It is my hope that this library will stimulate the implementation of
Hebrew and Arabic in lots of free software. Here is a small list of
projects that would benifit from the use of the FriBidi library, but
of course there are many more: Wine, Mozilla, Gtk, Gnome, Qt, KDE,
AbiWord, lynx.

WWW: http://imagic.weizmann.ac.il/~dov/freesw/FriBidi/
2000-07-17T01:16:02+00:00 mail/mailman Mailing list manager with user-friendly web front-end
Paraphrasing the website:

Mailman is a mailing list manager (MLM); that is, software to help manage
email discussion lists, much like Majordomo, LISTSERV, and the like.
Unlike most similar products, Mailman gives each mailing list a web page
and allows users to subscribe, unsubscribe, and change their preferences
via the web. Even a list manager can administer his or her list(s)
entirely via the web. Mailman integrates many common MLM features,
including web-based archiving (though it also has hooks for external
archivers), mail-to-news gateways, bounce handling, spam prevention,
Majordomo-style email-based list administration, direct SMTP delivery (with
fast bulk mailing), digest delivery, virtual domain support, and more.

Mailman is written mostly in Python (with a smattering of C where necessary
for security purposes), and includes hooks to make it easily scriptable and
extensible. It is compatible with most web servers and browsers, and most
mail transfer agents (mail servers). Mailman's documentation may be found on
its website.

WWW: http://www.list.org/
2000-07-16T20:09:51+00:00 russian/apache13-modssl The Russian Apache webserver with SSL/TLS functionality
Russian Apache is an apache web-server designed to work on Russian
market. This port contains Russian Apache with modssl support.

WWW: http://apache.lexa.ru/
http://www.apache.org/
http://www.modssl.org/
2000-07-16T20:06:19+00:00 security/pad Command-line utility to encrypt files
This is a small command-line utility for encryption and decryption
using the principle of one-time pads (OTPs). One or more data files
given to pad are XORd with each other and with RNG output, resulting
in two or more output files. The output files are indistinguishable
from random noise, except that when the pad utility is used to XOR
them together again, the original data files may be recovered.

WWW: http://web.archive.org/web/20011030104813/www.lammah.com/pad/
2000-07-16T15:32:28+00:00 emulators/gsnes9x A GTK front-end for the Snes9X SNES emulator
GSnes9x is a GNOME front-end for the Snes9X SNES emulator. It
allows you to set and preserve the options for a particular ROM
when running it, and to set global options for new ROMs being
included. It also keeps a Cheat Codes database for each ROM, where
you can save as many codes as you want.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gsnes9x
2000-07-15T18:46:53+00:00 sysutils/fileutils The GNU file utilities
The Free Software Foundation's "file" utilities, including "chgrp",
"chmod", "chown", "cp", "dd", "df", "dir", "dircolors", "du",
"install", "ln", "ls", "mkdir", "mkfifo", "mknod", "mv", "rm",
"rmdir", "shred", "sync", "touch", "vdir".

These utilities exist in the FreeBSD base collection, but the GNU
versions have added functionality that is sometimes useful.

Note that this port will install these utilities with a `g' prefix,
for example gcp, gdu, gls, gmv, grm, but the texinfo documentation
will refer to these utilities without the `g' prefix.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/fileutils/fileutils.html
2000-07-15T15:39:34+00:00 security/libmcrypt-nm
libmcrypt is a cryptographic library that conveniently brings together
a variety of ciphers for convenient use. libcrypt-nm is the latest version
that does not attempt to use loadable modules.

WWW: http://mcrypt.hellug.gr/lib/
2000-07-15T14:04:39+00:00 games/halflifeserver Steam Enabled Half-Life Dedicated Server with CS and DOD
This package contains all of the items you'll need to run
a Steam Enabled Half-Life Dedicated Server under FreeBSD
(with Linux emulation).

WWW: http://www.steampowered.com/
2000-07-14T16:11:53+00:00 security/aide File and directory integrity checker
AIDE is Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment, a file and
directory integrity checker.

It creates a database from the regular expression rules that it finds
from the config file(s). Once this database is initialized it can be
used to verify the integrity of the files. It has several message
digest algorithms (see below) that are used to check the integrity of
the file. All of the usual file attributes can also be checked for
inconsistencies. It can read databases from older or newer versions.

WWW: https://aide.github.io/
2000-07-14T09:39:55+00:00 mail/p5-Mail-CClient Perl interface to the c-client mailbox API
From the README:
Mail::Cclient gives access to mailboxes in many different formats
(including remote IMAP folders) via the c-client API. The c-client
library is the core library used by Pine and the University of
Washington IMAP daemon (written by Mark Crispin).

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Mail-Cclient/
2000-07-14T09:27:33+00:00 mail/cclient C-client mail access routines by Mark Crispin
C-client is a common API for accessing mailboxes. It is used internally by
the popular PINE mail reader as well as the University of Washington's IMAP
server.

For more information, please see the UW IMAP homepage:

WWW: http://www.washington.edu/imap/
2000-07-13T16:17:29+00:00 net/py-ldap2 LDAP module for python, for OpenLDAP2

LDAP Wrapper for Python

This module provides an LDAP API to Python in the spirit of RFC1823.

Some cool things people have done with ldapmodule

* LANL phone book (source)
* Michael Stroeder's web2ldap (previously ldap-client-cgi.py).
* LDAP support for Zope (see also Zope)

WWW: http://www.python-ldap.org/
2000-07-13T16:17:29+00:00 net/py-ldap1 An LDAP module for python

LDAP Wrapper for Python

This module provides an LDAP API to Python in the spirit of RFC1823.

Some cool things people have done with ldapmodule

* LANL phone book (source)
* Michael Stroeder's web2ldap (previously ldap-client-cgi.py).
* LDAP support for Zope (see also Zope)

WWW: http://python-ldap.sourceforge.net/
FTP: ftp://python-ldap.sourceforge.net/pub/python-ldap/
2000-07-13T16:17:29+00:00 net/ldapmodule

LDAP Wrapper for Python

This module provides an LDAP API to Python in the spirit of RFC1823.

Some cool things people have done with ldapmodule

* LANL phone book (source)
* Michael Stroeder's web2ldap (previously ldap-client-cgi.py).
* LDAP support for Zope (see also Zope)

WWW: http://python-ldap.sourceforge.net/
FTP: ftp://python-ldap.sourceforge.net/pub/python-ldap/
2000-07-13T15:12:38+00:00 security/p5-GnuPG-Interface Perl module for interfacing with GnuPG
This is a Perl module for interfacing with GnuPG.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/GnuPG-Interface
WWW: http://gnupg-interface.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-13T08:07:39+00:00 misc/p5-LEGO-RCX Perl module for communicating with the Lego RCX brick via the IR tower
LEGO::RCX is a perl module for communicating with your LEGO(tm) Mindstorms(tm)
RCX computer through the IR dongle. It is an object-oriented module with
methods for everything from controlling the motors, reading sensors, modifying
program variables, and getting data from the DataLog.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/LEGO-RCX
2000-07-12T18:57:26+00:00 net/netsaint-plugins Plugins for netsaint
This is a plugin package for Netsaint. Quoting from the
main Netsaint package:

NetSaint is a program that will monitor hosts and services
on your network. It has the ability to email or page you
when a problem arises and when it gets resolved. NetSaint
is written in C and is designed to run under Linux, although
it should work under most other *NIX variants. It can run
either as a normal process or as a daemon, intermittently
running checks on various services that you specify. The
actual service checks are performed by external "plugins"
which return service information to NetSaint. Several CGI
programs are included with NetSaint in order to allow you
to view the current service status, history, etc. via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.netsaint.org/
2000-07-12T18:57:26+00:00 net/nagios-plugins Plugins for nagios
This is a plugin package for Nagios. Quoting from the
main Nagios package:

Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been
designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under
most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent
checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins"
which return status information to Nagios. When problems are
encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative
contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS,
etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can
all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.nagios.org/
2000-07-12T18:57:26+00:00 net-mgmt/netsaint-plugins Plugins for netsaint
This is a plugin package for Netsaint. Quoting from the
main Netsaint package:

NetSaint is a program that will monitor hosts and services
on your network. It has the ability to email or page you
when a problem arises and when it gets resolved. NetSaint
is written in C and is designed to run under Linux, although
it should work under most other *NIX variants. It can run
either as a normal process or as a daemon, intermittently
running checks on various services that you specify. The
actual service checks are performed by external "plugins"
which return service information to NetSaint. Several CGI
programs are included with NetSaint in order to allow you
to view the current service status, history, etc. via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.netsaint.org/
2000-07-12T18:57:26+00:00 net-mgmt/nagios-plugins Plugins for Nagios
This is a plugin package for Nagios. Quoting from the
main Nagios package:

Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been
designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under
most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent
checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins"
which return status information to Nagios. When problems are
encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative
contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS,
etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can
all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: https://www.nagios-plugins.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net/netsaint Extremely powerful network monitoring system
NetSaint is a program that will monitor hosts and services on your
network. It has the ability to email or page you when a problem arises
and when it gets resolved. NetSaint is written in C and is designed to
run under Linux, although it should work under most other *NIX variants.
It can run either as a normal process or as a daemon, intermittently
running checks on various services that you specify. The actual service
checks are performed by external "plugins" which return service
information to NetSaint. Several CGI programs are included with NetSaint
in order to allow you to view the current service status, history, etc.
via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.netsaint.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net/nagios Extremely powerful network monitoring system
Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been
designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under
most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent
checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins"
which return status information to Nagios. When problems are
encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative
contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS,
etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can
all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.nagios.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net-mgmt/netsaint Extremely powerful network monitoring system
NetSaint is a program that will monitor hosts and services on your
network. It has the ability to email or page you when a problem arises
and when it gets resolved. NetSaint is written in C and is designed to
run under Linux, although it should work under most other *NIX variants.
It can run either as a normal process or as a daemon, intermittently
running checks on various services that you specify. The actual service
checks are performed by external "plugins" which return service
information to NetSaint. Several CGI programs are included with NetSaint
in order to allow you to view the current service status, history, etc.
via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.netsaint.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net-mgmt/nagios2 Extremely powerful network monitoring system
Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been
designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under
most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent
checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins"
which return status information to Nagios. When problems are
encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative
contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS,
etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can
all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.nagios.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net-mgmt/nagios12 Extremely powerful network monitoring system
Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been
designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under
most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent
checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins"
which return status information to Nagios. When problems are
encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative
contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS,
etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can
all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.nagios.org/
2000-07-12T18:43:32+00:00 net-mgmt/nagios Powerful network monitoring system
Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network
problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. The monitoring
daemon runs intermittent checks on hosts and services you specify
using external "plugins" which return status information to Nagios.
When problems are encountered, the daemon can send notifications out
to administrative contacts in a variety of different ways (email,
instant message, SMS, etc.). Current status information, historical
logs, and reports can all be accessed via a web browser.

WWW: http://www.nagios.org/
2000-07-12T16:22:32+00:00 devel/p5-Class-MethodMaker Perl module for creating generic methods
from the README:

This module solves the problem of having to write a bazillion get/set
methods that are all the same. The argument to 'use' is a hash whose keys
are the names of types of generic methods generated by MethodMaker and
whose values tell method maker what methods to make. (More precisely, the
keys are the names of MethodMaker methods (methods that write methods) and
the values are the arguments to those methods.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Class-MethodMaker
2000-07-12T15:37:32+00:00 misc/brs Interactive King James Bible
Bible Retrieval System (BRS) consists of a textual database of the
Authorized ("King James") Version of the Old and New Testaments, a set
of libraries for finding and retrieving text, and a program ("bible")
which uses the libraries to retrieve Bible passages given references
on the command line or from standard input.
2000-07-12T14:32:47+00:00 graphics/jslice Graphics tool to split up a JPEG image and provide HTML for the slices
Jslice takes a single JPEG picture and slices it up into a
table to facilitate the activation of various portions of
the original picture in an HTML document.

WWW: http://www.pldaniels.com/jslice/
2000-07-12T07:30:30+00:00 editors/xemacs-additional-packages Additional XEmacs elisp packages
This is the additional package for XEmacs(version over 21). You can install
all packages except for basic(xemacs-packages), basic mule(xemacs-basic-mule)
and mule(xemacs-mule-packages). You can also install `sumo'-like packages with
xemacs-packages and xemacs-additional-packages. If you think install
individual package, try to use other xemacs-*-packages. These packages are
prepared for installation by xemacs categories.

2000-07-12T05:58:10+00:00 japanese/wdic-fpw Wired and Wireless Dictionary in Japanese (EPWING V1 format)
"WDC" is Wired and Wireless Dictionary (or the Weird network
Dictionary). This is a dictionary converted from the original one
into JIS X 4081 format (that is a subset of EPWING V1) by
FreePWING. So it can be used by EPWING viewers on Unix and the other
OS (e.g. Windows or MacOS).

o URL for WDIC:
http://www.wdic.org/

o URL for this converted dictionary:
WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/fpw/
2000-07-11T22:56:03+00:00 misc/40upgrade
This package will allow you to upgrade your 4.0R system to
4-stable, so you can compile and use all ports in ports-current.

Satoshi
asami@freebsd.org
2000-07-11T16:01:40+00:00 japanese/srd-fpw-package Supplement file for lookup to use "Random House"
srd.el is a supplement file to use "Random House" on lookup. "Random
House" is produced by Shogakukan Inc. You can get more detail
information (written in Japanese) from

WWW: http://openlab.ring.gr.jp/edict/srd-fpw/

[TO USE]
(1) Get "Random House" from somewhere.

(2) Install it by using /usr/ports/japanese/srd-fpw
The port converts it into a files formatted "JIS X 4081" by FreePWING.
Then install MID, WAV, AVI files from CD-ROM by hand.

(3) Add the following lines into your ~/.emacs

(require 'lookup-package)
(setq lookup-search-agents '((ndeb "/usr/local/share/dict/srd-fpw")))
(setq lookup-package-directory "/usr/local/share/dict/package")
(lookup-use-package "ndeb+/usr/local/share/dict/srd-fpw" "srd-fpw")
(setq srd-fpw-image-directory "/usr/local/share/dict/srd-fpw")
;; a directory having img.dat installed by the package ja-srd-fpw
(setq srd-fpw-sound-directory "/cdrom/srd/DATA")
;; a directory having srdra.bnd in CD-ROM
(setq srd-fpw-play-realaudio-process "realplay")
(setq srd-fpw-display-image-process "display")
(if (featurep 'xemacs)
(progn
(setq srd-fpw-image-inline t)
))
2000-07-10T15:55:37+00:00 games/gnomememoryblocks Memory Blocks game for GNOME
This is Gnome version of the `memory blocks' game, which originally came
from Semantec game pack for Windows 3.11.

WWW: http://gnome-memblocks.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-10T15:45:37+00:00 mail/icqmail A simple ICQ->Email gateway
ICQMail is a simple ICQ client which forwards all messages to given
email address.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/icqmail/
Author: Vadim Zaliva <lord@crocodile.org>

--
Alexandr Kovalenko
never@nevermind.kiev.ua
2000-07-10T15:33:16+00:00 mail/teapop Yet another RFC1939 compliant POP3 server
Teapop is yet another RFC1939 compliant POP3 server. It includes
flexible virtual domain support that distinguishes it from all other
POP3 servers.

WWW: http://www.toontown.org/teapop/
2000-07-10T15:33:16+00:00 mail/teapop-devel Yet another RFC1939 compliant POP3 server
Teapop is yet another RFC1939 compliant POP3 server. It includes
flexible virtual domain support that distinguishes it from all other
POP3 servers.

WWW: http://www.toontown.org/teapop/
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sparc-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/sh-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/powerpc-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips64orion-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/mips-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-objc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-gcj
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-g77
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-chill
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/m68k-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i960-rtems-gdb
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i960-rtems-gcc
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i960-rtems-binutils
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-objc
The base port for all the RTEMS OBJC-gcc ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-gdb
The base port for all the RTEMS gdb ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-gcj FSF JAVA-gcc-3.2.1 base-port for RTEMS development
The base port for all the RTEMS JAVA-gcc ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-gcc
The base port for all the RTEMS C/C++/JAVA-gcc ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development. It has
its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source and
supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It a large number
of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-g77
The base port for all the RTEMS F77-gcc ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-chill
The base port for all the RTEMS CHILL-gcc ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.oarcorp.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:32:35+00:00 devel/i386-rtems-binutils
The base port for all the RTEMS binutils ports. RTEMS is a
Real-Time Operating System of Embedded Software development.
It has its origins in the US Military, but is now open-source
and supported by a wide varity of GNU tool languages. It
a large number of processors and systems.

WWW: http://www.rtems.com/

- Jim
jim@thehousleys.net
2000-07-10T04:16:53+00:00 devel/g-wrap Tool for exporting C libraries into Scheme interpreters
G-Wrap -- A tool for exporting C libraries into Scheme interpreters
===================================================================

This is a tool for specifying types, functions, and constants to
import into a Scheme interpreter, and for generating code (in C) to
interface these to the Guile and RScheme interpreters in particular.

Author: Christopher Lee (chrislee@ri.cmu.edu)
WWW: http://www.gnucash.org/
2000-07-10T04:09:17+00:00 x11-toolkits/libjparser An additional library for the JX widget library
JX is a full-featured application framework and widget library for
use with the X Window System. It provides support for all facets
of application development, including distributed applications,
and aims to combine the best of MacOS and NeXTSTEP. It is built
directly on top of Xlib and has been carefully optimized for
performance.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/jx/
2000-07-10T04:06:08+00:00 x11-toolkits/libj2dplot A 2D plotting library for the JX toolkit
JX is a full-featured application framework and widget library for
use with the X Window System. It provides support for all facets
of application development, including distributed applications,
and aims to combine the best of MacOS and NeXTSTEP. It is built
directly on top of Xlib and has been carefully optimized for
performance.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/jx/
2000-07-10T04:01:52+00:00 x11/erun Simple epplet for launching arbitrary programs
This epplet provides a small text entry field for launching programs.
2000-07-10T03:58:40+00:00 www/squidguard Fast redirector for squid
squidGuard is a fast redirector using database stored blacklists.

WWW: http://www.squidguard.org/
2000-07-10T03:56:18+00:00 www/kwebwatch
KWebWatch is a utility designed to run in the background and
periodically poll a user's favorite web sites, looking for changes.
Additionally, KWebWatch serves as a launching pad for viewing
favorite web sites, using whatever browser is preferred on a URL
by URL basis.

WWW: http://kwebwatch.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-10T03:53:49+00:00 sysutils/stow GNU version of Carnegie Mellon's "Depot" program
This is GNU Stow, a program for managing the installation of software
packages, keeping them separate (/usr/local/stow/emacs
vs. /usr/local/stow/perl, for example) while making them appear to be
installed in the same place (/usr/local).

Stow was inspired by Carnegie Mellon's "Depot" program, but is
substantially simpler. Whereas Depot requires database files to keep
things in sync, Stow stores no extra state between runs, so there's
no danger (as there is in Depot) of mangling directories when file
hierarchies don't match the database. Also unlike Depot, Stow will
never delete any files, directories, or links that appear in a Stow
directory (e.g., /usr/local/stow/emacs), so it's always possible to
rebuild the target tree (e.g., /usr/local).

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/stow/
2000-07-10T03:51:01+00:00 net/p0f Passive OS fingerprinting tool
from the README:

Passive OS fingerprinting is based on information coming from a remote host
when it establishes a connection to our system. Captured packets contain
enough information to identify the operating system. In contrast to active
scanners such as nmap and QueSO, p0f does not send anything to the host being
identified.

For more information, read Spitzner's text at:
http://www.enteract.com/~lspitz/finger.html .

from the maintainer:

Use of this program requires read access to the packet filtering
device, typically /dev/bpf0. Granting such access allows the users
who have it to put your Ethernet device into promiscuous mode and
sniff your network. See
http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/00/05/29/000529opswatch.xml
if you do not understand how this can be harmful. Running p0f with
no options will cause it to analyse packets intended for other
hosts.

WWW: http://www.stearns.org/p0f/
2000-07-10T03:51:01+00:00 net-mgmt/p0f Passive OS fingerprinting tool
Passive OS fingerprinting is based on information coming from a remote host
when it establishes a connection to our system. Captured packets contain
enough information to identify the operating system. In contrast to active
scanners such as nmap and QueSO, p0f does not send anything to the host
being identified.

For more information, refer to Lance Spitzner's old paper about passive OS
fingerprinting: http://old.honeynet.org/papers/finger/.

Use of this program requires read access to the packet filtering device,
typically /dev/bpf0. Granting such access allows the users who have it to
put your Ethernet device into promiscuous mode and sniff your network.
Running p0f with no options will cause it to analyze packets intended for
other hosts.

WWW: http://lcamtuf.coredump.cx/p0f3/
2000-07-10T03:46:36+00:00 net/gq GTK-based LDAP client
GQ is a GTK-based LDAP client. Features include:

- browse and search modes
- LDAP V3 schema browser
- template editor
- edit and delete entries
- add entries with templates
- export subtree or whole server to LDIF file
- use any number of servers
- search based on single argument or LDAP filter

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gqclient/
2000-07-10T03:42:46+00:00 math/ntl Victor Shoup's Number Theory Library
NTL is an object oriented library for number theory, written
by Victor Shoup. It provides objects and methods for

- arbitrary length integers
- finite fields
- polynomials over fields
- extensions of fields.
- vectors and matrices over extensions
- finite rings

Unless you define WITHOUT_GMP, NTL requires libgmp4.

WWW: http://www.shoup.net/
2000-07-10T03:40:32+00:00 math/glove Data acquisition, manipulation, and analysis program for X
Glove

Glove was developed for use in Caltech physics labs to provide an
interface to data acquisition systems, sophisticated (and correct)
statistical analysis, a flexible plotting tool, and the ability to
easily and intuitively manipulate the data.

WWW: http://www.newplanetsoftware.com/glove/
2000-07-10T03:37:42+00:00 lang/mozart A distributed language with constraint-based inference
The Mozart system provides state-of-the-art support in two areas: open
distributed computing and constraint-based inference. Mozart
implements Oz, a concurrent object-oriented language with dataflow
synchronization. Oz combines concurrent and distributed programming
with logical constraint-based inference, making it a unique choice for
developing multi-agent systems. Mozart is an ideal platform for both
general-purpose distributed applications as well as for hard problems
requiring sophisticated optimization and inferencing abilities. We
have developed applications in scheduling and time-tabling, in
placement and configuration, in natural language and knowledge
representation, multi-agent systems and sophisticated collaborative
tools.

For more check the excellent documentation at:

WWW: http://www.mozart-oz.org/

- Mathias
mathiasp@virtual-earth.de
2000-07-10T03:34:52+00:00 japanese/kebook
KEBook is a KDE application which lets you look up words in electronic
books on CD-ROM. It supports the EB, EBG, EBXA, EBXA-C, S-EBXA, and
EPWING formats.

WWW: http://www.os.rim.or.jp/~s_mitu/library/mysofts.html#kebook

-SUZUKI, Mitsuhiro <hige@higesoft.rim.or.jp>
2000-07-10T03:31:40+00:00 games/nethack32-gtk
This is the clasic hack'n'slash adventure game, nethack, revamped with a GTK
interface and graphics.

WWW: http://www.jnethack.org/jnethack-e.html

-Kelly
kbyanc@posi.net
2000-07-10T03:31:40+00:00 games/nethack-gtk
This is the clasic hack'n'slash adventure game, nethack, revamped with a GTK
interface and graphics.

WWW: http://www.jnethack.org/jnethack-e.html

-Kelly
kbyanc@posi.net
2000-07-10T03:29:16+00:00 ftp/caitoo
Caitoo
========

Caitoo (formerly known as KGet) is a download manager similar to
Go!zilla(tm) or GetRight Download(tm). It keeps all your downloads
in one dialog and you can add and remove transfers. Transfers can
be paused, resumed, queued or scheduled. Dialogs display info about
status of transfers - progress, size, speed and remaining time.
Program supports drag & drop from KDE applications and Netscape.

WWW: http://devel-home.kde.org/~caitoo/
2000-07-10T03:25:48+00:00 biology/phylip Phylogeny Inference Package
PHYLIP (the PHYLogeny Inference Package) is a package of programs for
inferring phylogenies (evolutionary trees). Methods that are available
in the package include parsimony, distance matrix, and likelihood
methods, including bootstrapping and consensus trees. Data types that
can be handled include molecular sequences, gene frequencies,
restriction sites, distance matrices, and 0/1 discrete characters.

WWW: http://evolution.genetics.washington.edu/phylip.html
2000-07-10T03:21:05+00:00 biology/paml Phylogenetic Analysis by Maximum Likelihood (PAML)
Phylogenetic Analysis by Maximum Likelihood (PAML)

PAML is a package of programs for phylogenetic analyses of DNA or protein
sequences using maximum likelihood. It is not good for tree making. It may be
used to estimate parameters and test hypotheses for the study the evolutionary
process using trees reconstructed with programs such as PAUP*, PHYLIP, MOLPHY,
PhyML, or RaxML.

WWW: http://abacus.gene.ucl.ac.uk/software/paml.html
2000-07-10T03:17:40+00:00 biology/clustalw Multiple alignment program for DNA or proteins
ClustalW2 is a general purpose multiple sequence alignment program for
DNA or proteins. It produces biologically meaningful multiple sequence
alignments of divergent sequences. It calculates the best match for the
selected sequences, and lines them up so that the identities,
similarities and differences can be seen. Evolutionary relationships
can be seen via viewing Cladograms or Phylograms.

WWW: http://www.clustal.org/
2000-07-10T03:14:19+00:00 biology/chemeq Outputs LaTeX code for chemical reaction
Chemeq is a basic standalone filter written in C++ language, flex and bison.
It takes strings like: 2H2 + O2 ---> 2 H2O and can output pretty LaTeX code,
useful messages and much more. It aims to be embeddable in education tools.
2000-07-10T03:11:38+00:00 audio/rio500 Utilities for Diamond Rio500
This set of utilities and driver have been written so that Linux, FreeBSD,
OpenBSD and NetBSD users can use their Rio500 without the need to reboot
to 'that other OS'.

WWW: http://rio500.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-10T03:09:55+00:00 audio/grip GTK front-end to external cd rippers and audio encoders
Grip is a front-end to external cd audio rippers (such as dagrab or
cdda2wav). It also provides an automated frontend for MP3 encoders, letting
you take a disc and transform it easily straight into MP3s. The CDDB
protocol is supported for retrieving track information from disc database
servers. Grip works with DigitalDJ to provide a unified "computerized"
version of your music collection.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/grip/
2000-07-10T03:07:30+00:00 astro/seti_applet An applet that displays current status of seti@home client
This applet displays the progress of the seti@home client in a
panel applet. Currently can display the percentage complete, the
best spike, best gaussian, units completed and total CPU time spent
running the seti@home client.

Once installed, this applet should appear under Monitors->Seti Applet
in the 'Add Applet' menu on the panel.

WWW: http://seti-applet.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-09T08:46:46+00:00 mail/listmanager Fully-featured mailing list manager
Listmanager is a new UNIX-based mailing list management service
designed and implemented for efficient, flexible operation of
mailing lists of all sizes. It has been under constant development,
improvement and revision since its inception in 1994.

Some features include:
* automatic mail alias table updates
* moderated, private, invite-only and "hidden" lists
* list archiving, with access controls and lifetime limits
* subscription confirmation
* ability to send headers and footers on each message or periodically
[...]

Author: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@blackops.org>
WWW: http://www.listmanager.org/
2000-07-08T04:24:21+00:00 net/nemesis Command-line network packet creation and injection suite
The Nemesis Project is designed to be a command line based, portable human IP
stack. The suite is broken down by protocol, and should allow for useful
scripting of injected packets from simple shell scripts.

Key Features:

+ ARP/RARP, DNS, ETHERNET, ICMP, IGMP, IP, OSPF*, RIP, TCP, UDP protocol support
+ Layer 2 or Layer 3 injection (by presence/absence of -d <dev> switch)
on UNIX-like systems.
+ Layer 2 injection on Windows systems (regardless of whether
-d <device number> is used.
+ Packet payload from file
+ IP and TCP options from file

Each supported protocol uses its own protocol "injector" which is accompanied
by a man page explaning its functionality.


WWW: http://nemesis.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-07T17:04:35+00:00 japanese/xjtext Text viewer for Japanese vertical writings
Xjtext displays Japanese text in vertical form. Special effects can be
created by inserting directives into the input text.

WWW: http://plaza.harmonix.ne.jp/~onizuka/Software.html
2000-07-07T14:30:01+00:00 sysutils/clockspeed Uses a hardware tick counter to compensate for deviant system clock
clockspeed uses a hardware tick counter to compensate for a persistently
fast or slow system clock. Given a few time measurements from a reliable
source, it computes and then eliminates the clock skew.

sntpclock checks another system's NTP clock, and prints the results in a
format suitable for input to clockspeed. sntpclock is the simplest
available NTP/SNTP client.

taiclock and taiclockd form an even simpler alternative to SNTP. They
are suitable for precise time synchronization over a local area network,
without the hassles and potential security problems of an NTP server.

This version of clockspeed can use the Pentium RDTSC tick counter or the
Solaris gethrtime() nanosecond counter.

A port to non-i386 platforms was done using the clock_gettime(2)
function. Since this is somewhat experimental, there might be some
tiny precision differences from the i386 platform versions. You
have been warned!

WWW: http://cr.yp.to/clockspeed.html
2000-07-07T14:02:31+00:00 devel/libtai Library for storing and manipulating dates and times
libtai supports two time scales: (1) TAI64, covering a few hundred
billion years with 1-second precision; (2) TAI64NA, covering the same
period with 1-attosecond precision. Both scales are defined in terms of
TAI, the current international real time standard.

libtai provides an internal format for TAI64, struct tai, designed for
fast time manipulations. The tai_pack() and tai_unpack() routines
convert between struct tai and a portable 8-byte TAI64 storage format.
libtai provides similar internal and external formats for TAI64NA.

libtai provides struct caldate to store dates in year-month-day form. It
can convert struct caldate, under the Gregorian calendar, to a modified
Julian day number for easy date arithmetic.

This version of libtai requires a UNIX system with gettimeofday(). It
will be easy to port to other operating systems with compilers
supporting 64-bit arithmetic.

WWW: http://cr.yp.to/libtai.html
2000-07-07T13:27:23+00:00 devel/py-coro Python coroutine implementation
From the README:

Coroutines can be used to implement 'cooperative multitasking' (as
opposed to 'preemptive multitasking'). Coroutines are very
lightweight (on Win32, they are called 'fibers'), and when combined
with an I/O-based scheduling system, they can be used to build highly
scalable network servers.

Coroutines give you the best of both worlds: the efficiency of
asynchronous state-machine programming, with the simplicity of
threaded programming; straight-line, readable code. And they don't
have the overhead of preemptive threads - nearly everything happens in
user-space. Also, complexity is lower because you don't have to worry
about locking access to shared state.

WWW: http://www.dotfunk.com/projects/coro/

-Kelly
kbyanc@posi.net
2000-07-06T20:55:29+00:00 net/p5-Net-SNMP3 Net::SNMP for pre-5.6 perl
The module Net::SNMP implements an object oriented
interface to the Simple Network Management Protocol. Perl
applications can use the module to retrieve or update
information on a remote host using the SNMP protocol.
Net::SNMP is implemented completely in Perl, requires no
compiling, and uses only standard Perl modules. Both
SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c (Community-Based SNMPv2) are supported
by the module.
2000-07-06T20:55:29+00:00 net/p5-Net-SNMP A perl module for SNMP... Net::SNMP
The module Net::SNMP implements an object oriented
interface to the Simple Network Management Protocol. Perl
applications can use the module to retrieve or update
information on a remote host using the SNMP protocol.
Net::SNMP is implemented completely in Perl, requires no
compiling, and uses only standard Perl modules. Both
SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c (Community-Based SNMPv2) are supported
by the module.
2000-07-06T20:55:29+00:00 net-mgmt/p5-Net-SNMP3 Net::SNMP for pre-5.6 perl
The module Net::SNMP implements an object oriented
interface to the Simple Network Management Protocol. Perl
applications can use the module to retrieve or update
information on a remote host using the SNMP protocol.
Net::SNMP is implemented completely in Perl, requires no
compiling, and uses only standard Perl modules. Both
SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c (Community-Based SNMPv2) are supported
by the module.
2000-07-06T20:55:29+00:00 net-mgmt/p5-Net-SNMP Object oriented interface to SNMP
The Net::SNMP module implements an object oriented interface to the
Simple Network Management Protocol. Perl applications can use the
module to retrieve or update information on a remote host using the
SNMP protocol. The module supports SNMP version-1, SNMP version-2c
(Community-Based SNMPv2), and SNMP version-3. The Net::SNMP module
assumes that the user has a basic understanding of the Simple Network
Management Protocol and related network management concepts.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Net-SNMP
2000-07-06T19:08:39+00:00 textproc/diff-mode.el A mode for viewing/editing context diffs in Emacsen
Diff-mode is a major-mode for viewing/editing context diffs in Emacs.
Supports unified and context diffs as well as (to a lesser extent)
normal diffs.

The diff-mode provides features such as:

- Unified diff <-> Context diff conversion.
- Reverse the direction of the diffs.
- Jump to the corresponding source line.
- Move to the next/previous hunk/file header.
- Restrict the view to the current hunk/file.


- Tetsurou
okazaki@FreeBSD.org
2000-07-06T14:47:25+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtk-Mac2-theme GTK+ engine theme based on the look of MacOS
GTK+ engine theme based on the look of MacOS with code based on the Clean GTK
theme engine.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/mac2/
2000-07-06T14:47:25+00:00 x11-themes/gtk-Mac2-theme GTK+ engine theme based on the look of MacOS
GTK+ engine theme based on the look of MacOS with code based on the Clean GTK
theme engine.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/mac2/
2000-07-06T11:29:23+00:00 x11-toolkits/gtkbe BeOS look-alike GTK+ theme engine
A BeOS look-alike GTK+ theme engine.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/gtkbe/
2000-07-06T11:29:23+00:00 x11-themes/gtkbe BeOS look-alike GTK+ theme engine
A BeOS look-alike GTK+ theme engine.

WWW: http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/gtkbe/
2000-07-05T16:34:48+00:00 ftp/ftpcopy Command line FTP tools for listing and mirroring
Two command line ftp tools.

ftpcopy is a simple FTP client written to copy files or directories
(recursively) from a FTP server. It's main purpose is to mirror FTP sites which
support the MLSD/MLST commands or which employ the EPLF directory listing
format, although it also supports the traditional listing format (/bin/ls).

ftpls is a FTP client which generates directory listings, either in plain text
or HTML format.

The tools only support passive mode FTP, intentionally.

WWW: https://www.ohse.de/uwe/ftpcopy.html
2000-07-05T14:58:12+00:00 print/cjk-lyx Document processor interfaced with LaTeX (nearly WYSIWYG)
LyX is a document processor interfaced with LaTeX, which gives both the
ease-of-use of a wordprocessor, and the flexibility and power of
LaTeX.

Quasi-WYSIWYG interface, many LaTeX styles and layouts automatically
generated. Speeds up learning LaTeX and makes complicated layouts
easy and intuitive. New features include spell-checking, international
character support, WYSIWYG graphics, tables, and equations.

WWW: http://www.lyx.org/
2000-07-05T13:10:50+00:00 sysutils/xwipower Wave power level meter for wi(4)
Xwipower is the wave power level meter for wi(4). It also has a battry
level meter on your notebook computer.

WWW: http://iplab.aist-nara.ac.jp/member/masafu-o/xwipower/
2000-07-05T09:19:28+00:00 security/racoon2 Racoon2 IPsec daemon
"racoon2" is a system to exchange and to install security parameters
for the IPsec.

Currently the system supports the following specification:

Internet Key Exchange (IKEv2) Protocol
draft-ietf-ipsec-ikev2-17.txt

Kerberized Internet Negotiation of Keys (KINK)
draft-ietf-kink-kink-06.txt

PF_KEY Key Management API, Version 2
RFC2367

The Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
RFC2409

WWW: http://www.racoon2.wide.ad.jp/
2000-07-05T09:19:28+00:00 security/racoon KAME racoon IKE daemon
racoon speaks IKE (ISAKMP/Oakley) key management protocol, to
establish security association with other hosts.

Known issues:
- Too many use of dynamic memory allocation, which leads to memory leak.
- Non-threaded implementation. Simultaneous key negotiation performance
should be improved.
- Cannot negotiate keys for per-socket policy.
- Cryptic configuration syntax - blame IPsec specification too...
- Needs more documentation.

Design choice, not a bug:
- racoon negotiate IPsec keys only. It does not negotiate policy. Policy must
be configured into the kernel separately from racoon. If you want to
support roaming clients, you may need to have a mechanism to put policy
for the roaming client after phase 1 finishes.

WWW: http://www.kame.net/
2000-07-04T17:55:17+00:00 korean/hlatex-psfonts-uhc-extra Extra Korean PostScript font collection for HLaTeX(UHC encoding)
HLaTeX PostScript Fonts(UHC)
============================

This is extra fonts collection for HLaTeX(0.99 and above).

- Graphic
- Bom
- Gungseo
- Pilgi
- Pen
- Shinmun
- Yetgul
- Jamo(Myoungjo, Gothic, Novell, Sora)
2000-07-04T17:55:17+00:00 korean/hlatex-mffonts-wansung MF font collection of HLaTeX-wansung
HLaTeX Wansung MF Fonts collection
==================================

This is HLaTeX Wansung-type MF fonts collection. It can be used in
HLaTeX-wansung package.

There is two choice to use Wansung-type fonts. One is MF fonts, and the
other is PS fonts.

You should insert this preamble into your tex file to use these fonts:

\usepackage{hangul}
\usepackage{wanfont}

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
2000-07-04T08:11:56+00:00 x11/gvid Gnome applet to change video resolution
gVid is a little gnome applet to allow quick and easy switching
of resolutions in X. It looks and works much like the Windows
95/98/2000 system tray equivalent.

WWW: http://kvand.mit.edu/gVid/index.html
2000-07-04T07:00:08+00:00 graphics/tiff2png Converts TIFF images to PNG format
Simple utility for converting images from TIFF to PNG.

WWW: http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/apps/tiff2png.html
2000-07-04T05:52:25+00:00 graphics/pngcheck Checks the integrity of PNG images
pngcheck verifies the integrity of PNG, JNG and MNG files
(by checking the internal 32-bit CRCs [checksums] and decompressing
the image data); it can optionally dump almost all of the chunk-level
information in the image in human-readable form.
For example, it can be used to print the basic statistics about an image
(dimensions, bit depth, etc.); to list the color and transparency info
in its palette (assuming it has one); or to extract the embedded text
annotations. This is a command-line program with batch capabilities.

pngsplit - break a PNG, MNG or JNG image into constituent chunks
(numbered for easy reassembly)

png-fix-IDAT-windowsize - fix minor zlib-header breakage caused by
older libpng

WWW: http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/apps/pngcheck.html
2000-07-04T05:36:24+00:00 graphics/kdc2tiff Converts Kodak .kdc to TIFF or JPEG formats
This software is made available for owners for Kodak's
DC120 digital camera who would like to convert the .kdc
files produced by the camera to .tiff or .jpeg files
using Linux or other UNIX machines. kdc2tiff and kdc2jpeg
pay particular attention to: aspect ratio accurate scaling
contrast adjustment gamma correction image rotation In
particular, the scaling algorithm takes into account the
Bayer pattern of the CCD (pixels have one colour only,
not three) and the exact (non-square) dimensions of the pixels.

WWW: http://kdc2tiff.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-04T05:09:41+00:00 graphics/ecg2png Converts scanned 12-lead electrocardiograms into PNGs
This program is designed to convert scanned 12-lead
electrocardiograms into PNG format and a web-friendly
image size. It assumes that the electrocardiogram (ECG)
is printed with a black line on white paper with a red grid.

The problems this program is designed to solve are (1) an
ECG scanned at relatively high resolution (300 to 600 dots
per inch) imposes a substantial load on the web browser
because it contains about 6 million pixels which may require
18 to 24 MB of RAM to store for display. Also, (2) typical
scanners convert a clean paper ECG into a multitude of colors,
include green and blue. The resulting file cannot be compressed
efficiently because it does not contain as much redundancy, and
thus takes more time to transmit over low-speed network connections.

WWW: http://www.cardiothink.com/downloads/ecg2png/
2000-07-04T04:25:13+00:00 ftp/ftpq Upload queue manager for non-permanent connections
ftpq is an ftp upload queue manager. If you live behind
a dial-up link to the Internet, and regularly upload files
(e.g. for web sites), ftpq allows you to queue the uploads
whilst off-line for processing on next connection to the network.

WWW: http://tranchant.plus.com/computing/ftpq
2000-07-04T03:55:39+00:00 ftp/hsftp FTP emulator that uses ssh to transport commands/data
hsftp is an FTP emulator that provides the
look-and-feel of an FTP session, but uses SSH
to transport commands and data.

WWW: http://la-samhna.de/hsftp/
2000-07-04T02:38:00+00:00 math/concorde Combinatorial Optimization package
Concorde is a computer code for the traveling salesman problem (TSP)
and some related network optimization problems. The code is written
in the ANSI C programming language and it is available for academic
research use; for other uses, contact bico@isye.gatech.edu for
licensing options.

Concorde's TSP solver has been used to obtain the optimal solutions to
106 of the 110 TSPLIB instances; the largest having 15,112 cities.

The Concorde callable library includes over 700 functions permitting
users to create specialized codes for TSP-like problems. All Concorde
functions are thread-safe for programming in shared-memory parallel
environments; the main TSP solver includes code for running over
networks of Unix workstations.

WWW: http://www.tsp.gatech.edu/concorde.html
2000-07-03T16:44:36+00:00 databases/mysql-navigator MySQL database server administration package for KDE
MySQL Navigator is for MySQL database server administrators...

You can enter query, get result set, edit script, run script, user add, user
drop, user alter, get client & server infomation with MySQL Navigator...

WWW: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/mysqlnavigator/
2000-07-03T16:26:56+00:00 math/py-gnuplot Python interface to gnuplot plotting program
Gnuplot.py is a Python package that interfaces to gnuplot, the popular plotting
program. It allows you to use gnuplot from within Python to plot arrays of data
from memory, data files, or mathematical functions. If you use Python to
perform computations or as `glue' for numerical programs, you can use this
package to plot data on the fly as they are computed. And the combination with
Python makes it is easy to automate things, including to create crude
`animations' by plotting different datasets one after another.

Commands are communicated to gnuplot through a pipe and data either through
the same pipe (as "inline" data) or through temporary files. It has been
written and tested on a Unix computer.

This package has an object-oriented design that allows the user flexibility to
set plot options and to run multiple gnuplot sessions simultaneously. If you
are more ambitious, it is not difficult to add entirely new types of plottable
items by deriving from the `PlotItem' class.

For a demonstration, run the python file by typing `python demo.py'.

WWW: http://gnuplot-py.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-03T07:47:39+00:00 mail/smapi Modified Squish MSGAPI
SMAPI; Modified Squish MSGAPI - version 1.4

Squish MSGAPI0 is copyright 1991 by Scott J. Dudley. All rights reserved.
Modifications released to the public domain.

Contained in this archive is the source code for the Squish MSGAPI which
can be used to access Squish format message bases. It is based heavily
on Scott Dudley's original MSGAPI0 code and was modified to support
compilation on platforms in addition to those supported by MSGAPI0.

SUPPORT

SMAPI is no longer supported by Andrew Clarke.

Latest smapi available at
WWW: http://cvs.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/cvs2/
2000-07-03T00:34:20+00:00 devel/viewvc Web-based Version Control Repository Browsing
ViewVC is a browser interface for CVS and Subversion version control
repositories. It generates templatized HTML to present navigable directory,
revision, and change log listings. It can display specific versions of files as
well as diffs between those versions. Basically, ViewVC provides the bulk of the
report-like functionality you expect out of your version control tool, but much
more prettily than the average textual command-line program output.

WWW: http://www.viewvc.org/
2000-07-03T00:34:20+00:00 devel/viewcvs Python version of Zeller's cvsweb
ViewCVS was inspired by cvsweb (Zeller's version). ViewCVS
can browse directories, change logs, and specific revisions
of files. It can display diffs between versions and show
selections of files based on tags or branches. In addition,
ViewCVS has "annotation" or "blame" support, and the
beginnings of Bonsai-like query facilities.

WWW: http://viewcvs.sourceforge.net/
Author: Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org>

- Will <andrews@technologist.com>
2000-07-02T23:36:27+00:00 devel/cvs2html Perl script to turn ``cvs log'' output into HTML
cvs2html is a perl script that turns ``cvs log''
output into HTML for easy log perusal.

WWW: http://cvs.sslug.dk/cvs2html/
2000-07-02T15:03:28+00:00 korean/htexp An implementation of TeX for Hangul
hTeXp, an implementation of TeX for hangul
==========================================

hTeXp is a replacement of a TeX complier in the sense that hTeXp compiles a
text file created by any text editor into a dvi file for further processing
such as previewing or printing.

There are many reasons using hTeXp but the most important one is that it
handles hangul nicely. A non-localized version of TeX has serious problems
in displaying hangul messages on a terminal screen and writing hangul
textual information onto the auxiliary files such as log or index.

hTeXp has solved such problems, therefore, the use of hTeXp is strongly
recommanded when using hLaTeXp, a version of hangul LaTeX2e created by
the same author.

Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Jae Choon Cha. All Rights are reserved.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://knot.kaist.ac.kr/htex/
2000-07-02T15:02:36+00:00 korean/hlatexp-pkfonts1200 Korean pk fonts collection of hLaTeXp(1200dpi)
hLaTeXp pk fonts(1200dpi)
=========================

Korean fonts of hLaTeXp are only supplied by pk fonts format.

Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Jae Choon Cha. All Rights are reserved.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://knot.kaist.ac.kr/htex/
2000-07-02T15:00:58+00:00 korean/hlatexp-pkfonts600 Korean pk fonts collection of hLaTeXp(600dpi)
hLaTeXp pk fonts(600dpi)
========================

Korean fonts of hLaTeXp are only supplied by pk fonts format.

Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Jae Choon Cha. All Rights are reserved.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://knot.kaist.ac.kr/htex/
2000-07-02T14:59:12+00:00 korean/hlatexp-pkfonts300 Korean pk fonts collection of hLaTeXp(300dpi)
hLaTeXp pk fonts(300dpi)
========================

Korean fonts of hLaTeXp are only supplied by pk fonts format.

Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Jae Choon Cha. All Rights are reserved.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://knot.kaist.ac.kr/htex/
2000-07-02T14:57:25+00:00 korean/hlatexp Hangul (Korean) LaTeX2e system
hLaTeXp, Hangul (Korean) LaTeX2e system
=======================================

hLaTeXp is an extension of LaTeX2e system, making it possible to use Hangul
in LaTeX2e documents. The followings are some properties of hLaTeXp.

- Hangul(Korean), Hanja(Chinese), symbol characters defined in KS C 5601
code system can be used in LaTeX2e documents.
- Of course no converters are required for Hangul typesetting.
- Complete compatibility with original LaTeX2e (for English).
- any many more.

Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Jae Choon Cha. All Rights are reserved.

--
Ports by CHOI Junho <cjh@FreeBSD.org>
WWW: http://knot.kaist.ac.kr/htex/
2000-07-02T08:31:21+00:00 net/vtun Virtual Tunnels over TCP/IP networks with traffic shaping
VTun provides the method for creating Virtual Tunnels over TCP/IP
networks and allows to shape, compress, encrypt traffic in that
tunnels.

Supported type of tunnels are: PPP, IP, Ethernet and most of other
serial protocols and programs. VTun is easily and highly configurable,
it can be used for various network task like VPN, Mobile IP, Shaped
Internet access, IP address saving, etc. It is completely user
space implementation and does not require modification to any kernel
parts.

WWW: http://vtun.sourceforge.net/
2000-07-02T08:08:14+00:00 databases/p5-DBZ_File Perl module to access a DBZ database
DBZ_File allows a perl program to read and write a DBZ database,
such as the news history file. It does support the creation of a new
database if the .pag and .lib files are missing -- just call the tie
function with a create flag and a mode (see the documentation).

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBZ_File/
2000-07-02T07:22:55+00:00 astro/rmap Generates images of the Earth centered at a particular location
This program generates, but does not display, image files containing
raster maps of the Earth. It includes public-domain, vector data from
which they are drawn, describing the continents, bodies of water,
boundaries of countries and U.S. states, and a few cities. Command-line
options allow centering the maps at a particular latitude and longitude
and zooming in.

WWW: http://rmap.sourceforge.net/
2000-06-30T22:44:04+00:00 games/rtb Robot programming game for UNIX
RealTimeBattle is a programming game for Unix-like systems, in which robots
controlled by programs coded in any language are fighting with each other.
The general intend is to destroy the enemies, by using the radar to locate
them and firing them to oblivion with the cannon. Great tool for learning
how to code in C/C++ or other languages.

WWW: http://realtimebattle.sourceforge.net/
2000-06-30T14:34:14+00:00 net/gabber GNOME Jabber Client
Gabber is a Jabber client for GNOME. No, it's not a GTK client, it's a
GNOME client. Originally cabbar was the GTK client, but it has not been
worked on for quite some time.

For more information on Jabber please go to http://jabber.org

WWW: http://gabber.sourceforge.net/

- Erich Zigler
erich@tacni.net
2000-06-30T12:16:18+00:00 games/wordplay Simple program to generate anagrams
This is a program written in ANSI C that anagrams a given string. It has
its own word file, but allows you to use a different one.

WWW: http://hsvmovies.com/static_subpages/personal_orig/wordplay/
2000-06-30T10:01:31+00:00 sysutils/truncate
Truncate(1) is a command line frontend to truncate(2).

- Alex <alex@FreeBSD.org>
2000-06-30T02:56:21+00:00 lang/oo2c Optimizing Oberon-2 compiler of University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Niklaus Wirth's language Oberon-2 implemented by a german university at
Kaiserslautern. More information about Oberon is available from its
webpage at http://www.oberon.ethz.ch/.

WWW: http://ooc.sourceforge.net/OOCref/OOCref_16.html
2000-06-30T01:12:15+00:00 net/p5-Net-Netmask Perl module to parse, manipulate and lookup IP network blocks
Net::Netmask parses and understand IPv4 CIDR blocks. It's built with an
object-oriented interface. Nearly all functions are methods that operate
on a Net::Netmask object.

WWW: http://www.cpan.org/
2000-06-30T01:12:15+00:00 net-mgmt/p5-Net-Netmask Perl module to parse, manipulate, and lookup IP network blocks
Net::Netmask parses and understand IPv4 CIDR blocks. It's built with an
object-oriented interface. Nearly all functions are methods that operate
on a Net::Netmask object.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/Net-Netmask
2000-06-30T01:05:41+00:00 misc/p5-File-CounterFile Perl module for persistent counter class
This Perl module implements a persistent counter class. Each counter is
represented by a separate file in the file system. File locking is applied,
so multiple processes might try to access the same counters at the same
time without risk fo counter destruction.

WWW: https://metacpan.org/release/File-CounterFile
2000-06-29T20:05:45+00:00 www/asp2php Program to convert ASP scripts to PHP
asp2php will take web pages written for Microsoft's ASP and convert them to
PHP. asp2php works mostly on VBScript, but some JScript support has been
added.

WWW: http://asp2php.naken.cc/
2000-06-29T19:33:26+00:00 mail/evolution Integrated mail, calendar and address book distributed suite
Ximian Evolution[tm] is the premier personal and workgroup information
management solution for UNIX. Evolution seamlessly integrates email,
calendaring, meeting scheduling, contact management and online task lists
in one powerful, fast, and easy to use application. It also delivers a
comprehensive set of features that help keep work organized and projects
on track. The unique Ximian vFolders[tm] are virtual folders used to
create and save powerful contextual views of email messages.

WWW: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Evolution
2000-06-29T19:33:26+00:00 mail/evolution-devel An integrated mail, calendar and address book distributed suite
Ximian Evolution[tm] is the premier personal and workgroup information
management solution for UNIX. The software seamlessly integrates email,
calendaring, meeting scheduling, contact management and online task lists in
one powerful, fast, and easy to use application. Ximian Evolution also
delivers a comprehensive set of features that help you keep your work
organized and your projects on track. Automatic email indexing keeps your
information at your fingertips. The unique Ximian vFolders[tm] are virtual
folders you use to create and save powerful contextual views of your email
messages.

WWW: http://www.ximian.com/products/ximian_evolution/
2000-06-29T19:29:25+00:00 devel/libunicode Library for manipulating Unicode characters and strings
libunicode is a library for manipulating Unicode characters and
strings. It understands both the UTF-8 and UCS-2 encodings, and has a
framework for adding support for new encodings.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-29T19:28:06+00:00 devel/gnomevfs2 GNOME Virtual File System
The GNOME Virtual File System allows applications and users to treat
any number of file system concepts as a part of the local filesystem.
With GnomeVFS, filesystems across the internet, on connected devices,
and in multiple formats are as simple to access (and write code for)
as any directory on the local machine.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-29T19:28:06+00:00 devel/gnomevfs GNOME Virtual File System
This is the GNOME Virtual File System.

GnomeVFS is a filesystem abstraction library allowing applications
plugable transparent access to a variety of "real" filesystems, from
WebDAV to digital cameras, to the local filesystem. It also contains a
number of other convenient file utilities such as a comphrehensive MIME
database / Application registry, and a copy engine. Use of GnomeVFS
ensures that an application or component will be usable by Nautilus or
other GnomeVFS applications for handling the display of data from
various URIs, as well.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-29T19:28:06+00:00 devel/gnome-vfs1 GNOME Virtual File System
This is the GNOME Virtual File System.

GnomeVFS is a filesystem abstraction library allowing applications
plugable transparent access to a variety of "real" filesystems, from
WebDAV to digital cameras, to the local filesystem. It also contains a
number of other convenient file utilities such as a comphrehensive MIME
database / Application registry, and a copy engine. Use of GnomeVFS
ensures that an application or component will be usable by Nautilus or
other GnomeVFS applications for handling the display of data from
various URIs, as well.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-29T19:28:06+00:00 devel/gnome-vfs GNOME Virtual File System
The GNOME Virtual File System allows applications and users to treat
any number of file system concepts as a part of the local filesystem.
With GnomeVFS, filesystems across the internet, on connected devices,
and in multiple formats are as simple to access (and write code for)
as any directory on the local machine.

WWW: https://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-29T19:26:07+00:00 devel/gconf2 Configuration database system for GNOME
GConf extends the concept of a configuration registry. It provides
a simple way for applications and administrators to store data;
often GConf is used to store preferences for applications.

Some of the features of GConf are:

* Documentation for each configuration key, so that administrators
can better modify the value.

* Notifications to interested applications when configuration data
is changed. The notification service works across networks,
affecting all login sessions for a single user.

* Proper locking so that configuration data doesn't get corrupted
when accessed by multiple applications at the same time.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/gconf/
2000-06-29T19:26:07+00:00 devel/gconf A configuration database system for GNOME
GConf is a configuration database system for the GNOME desktop,
functionally similar to the Windows registry but lots better :-)

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/projects/gconf/
2000-06-29T19:24:08+00:00 textproc/pspell-ispell
This is the ispell plugin for the pspell library.

WWW: http://pspell.sourceforge.net/
2000-06-29T15:26:46+00:00 audio/xwave Audio player/recorder/editor for the X Window System
xwave - an audio player, recorder, editor for the XWindow System

Note from the original author:

The user interface of xwave is based on Athena and FWF widgets.
The application defaults are optimized for Xaw3d, so if you don't
use Xaw3d you may want to modify the resources.

Features:
- multiple files
- overview window
- zoom window
- mark, cut, copy, paste, merge
- echo, reverse, swap, resample, volume (absolute, dynamic
compressor)
- stop recording on demand
- raw, wav, au, aiff, aifc (PCM, ALAW, ULAW, and some ADPCM
implementations)
- files of any length
2000-06-29T13:53:01+00:00 editors/nano Nano's ANOther editor, an enhanced free Pico clone
nano is a small, free and friendly editor which aims to replace
Pico, the default editor included in the non-free Pine package.
Rather than just copying Pico's look and feel, nano also implements
some missing (or disabled by default) features in Pico, such as
"search and replace" and "goto line number".

WWW: http://www.nano-editor.org/
2000-06-29T02:08:21+00:00 math/libneural C++ implementation of the classic 3-layer perceptron in library form
libneural is an extremely tiny library for creating a software
three layer backpropagation neural network. This is useful for
a very wide variety of pattern recognition and classification
problems. It is written in C++, based on the standard algorithm
with NO fancy features like bias terms or momentum.

WWW: http://ieee.uow.edu.au/~daniel/software/libneural/
2000-06-28T17:38:52+00:00 devel/dryad
Dryad is a GNOME based standalone debugging frontend.
It is nowhere near done yet.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-28T17:36:35+00:00 devel/gnomedebug A GNOME Debugging Framework (GDF)
This is the GNOME Debugging Framework (GDF). GDF provides a number of
debugging services to applications such as Integrated Development
Environments and standalone debugging tools similar to DDD.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/
2000-06-28T16:09:15+00:00 lang/gnomebasic Provide VB compatible functionality for GNOME, especially VBA
Gnome Basic is an embryonic attempt to provide VB compatible functionality
for the GNOME project, particularly with respect to office (VBA)
compatibility.

It is part of the GNOME desktop environment: a project to create a free,
user friendly desktop environment.

WWW: http://www.gnome.org/gb/
2000-06-28T01:04:13+00:00 devel/global Source code tag system
GNU GLOBAL is a source code tagging system that works the same way across
diverse environments, such as Emacs editor, Vi editor, Less viewer, Bash shell,
various web browsers, etc.

You can locate various objects, such as functions, macros, structs, classes, in
your source files and move there easily. It is useful for hacking a large
projects which contain many sub-directories, many #ifdef and many main()
functions. It is similar to ctags or etags, but is different from them in the
following two points:
- Independence of any editor
- Capability to treat definition and reference

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/global/
2000-06-28T00:31:45+00:00 net/suckblow Two companion utilities for transferring data over a TCP socket
Suck and blow are simple companion utilities for sending data over
a TCP socket. They are easy to use and appropriate when FTP is
unavailable, or too much of a hassle, e.g., in single-user mode,
from within shell scripts, etc.

Blow reads the data from standard input, while suck writes it to
standard output. Either program may originate the TCP connection,
and the TCP port may be specified if desired.
2000-06-27T03:55:27+00:00 archivers/9e Explode Plan9 archives
9e is a program to explore Plan9 archives. You can do whatever you
like with the source so long as you clearly indicate all modifications
and the author responsible for each.

Usage Summary:

$9e [options] <file> ...

Options:

-h: dump headers only
-v: dump file names and sizes while extracting
-r: specify alternate root directory
-?: help

If no file is named on the command line, standard input is assumed.
Note that the input file must be a decompressed archive (decompress
with gzip).

WWW: http://www.bebik.net/doku.php?id=software:9e
2000-06-26T22:17:59+00:00 textproc/docbook-410 V4.1 of the DocBook DTD, designed for technical documentation
The DocBook DTD defines structural and content-based SGML markup
for computer documentation, with a primary emphasis on software
documentation and related classes of technical documents. Its
main high-level hierarchical structures are for books, reference
entries (for example, ``man pages''), and articles. It is
maintained by the DocBook Technical Committee of OASIS.

This port contains DocBook 4.1

WWW: http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/
2000-06-26T19:19:10+00:00 devel/mingw32-gcc FSF gcc-4 for Windows cross-development
FSF gcc-4.2 for Windows cross-development (C/C++ part)

GCC site: http://gcc.gnu.org/

WWW: http://www.mingw.org/
2000-06-26T19:19:10+00:00 devel/mingw32-binutils GNU Binutils for Windows cross-development
FSF binutils-2.13 for Windows cross-development.

This port is needed by devel/mingw32-gcc

WWW: http://www.mingw.org/
2000-06-26T19:19:10+00:00 devel/mingw Cross development for Windows
`Mingw' refers to the "Minimalist" GNU-Win32 project.

Mingw is a compiler system based on the GNU gcc/egcs projects
that compiles code to be run on Win32 (Windows) systems.
It provides C, C++ and Fortran compilers plus other related tools.

This package is a meta p