[PC-BSD Commits] r19100 - pbi/update

svn at pcbsd.org svn at pcbsd.org
Wed Sep 12 11:42:45 PDT 2012


Author: pbiapprove
Date: 2012-09-12 18:42:45 +0000 (Wed, 12 Sep 2012)
New Revision: 19100

Modified:
   pbi/update/pbi-meta-9
Log:
PBI-9 Meta-Update: GMRun

Modified: pbi/update/pbi-meta-9
===================================================================
--- pbi/update/pbi-meta-9	2012-09-12 18:09:53 UTC (rev 19099)
+++ pbi/update/pbi-meta-9	2012-09-12 18:42:45 UTC (rev 19100)
@@ -252,6 +252,7 @@
 App=GL-117;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gl-117.png;Thomas A. Drexl;http://www.heptargon.de/gl-117/gl-117.html;GPL;Graphical;game,flight,simulation;GL-117 is an action flight simulator. Enter the Eagle Squadron and succeed in several challanging missions leading though different landscapes. Five predefined levels of video quality and an amount of viewing ranges let you perfectly adjust the game to the performance of your system.;;
 App=GLAME;Audio;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/glame.png;GLAME-Team;http://glame.sourceforge.net/;GPL;Graphical;audio,processing,editor;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.;;
 App=GMPC;Audio;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gmpc.png;GMPC Team;http://gmpc.wikia.com;GPL;Graphical;MPD;GMPC is a GTK2 frontend for the mpd (Music Player Daemon).  It\'s focused on being fast and easy to use, while making optimal use of all the functions in mpd.  It connects to a MPD running on a machine via a network. Read more about MPD on http://www.musicpd.org  Features:  <br>* Metadata support, it can show artist image, album art, lyrics, etc. <br>* Plugin support. <br>* Fast, gmpc is optimized to work even on low end machines and slow networks. <br>* Profile support, easily use gmpc with multiple mpd\'s.;;
+App=GMRun;X11;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gmrun.png;Mihai Bazon;http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmrun/;GPL;Graphical;program,starter;gmrun is a very featureful GTK+-2 Run box. Its features include:  <br>* Tilde completion <br>* Completion for separate words <br>* Cycleable command history <br>* Configuration file in /share/gmrun/gmrunrc,  which can be copied to ~/.gmrunrc <br>* Can spawn commands in a terminal <br>* Intelligent URL handling;;
 App=GMT;Graphics;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gmt.png;Paul Wessel;http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/;GPL;Text;mapping;GMT is a collection of public-domain Unix tools that allows you to manipulate x,y and x,y,z data sets (filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and produce PostScript illustrations ranging from simple x-y plots, via contour maps, to artificially illuminated surfaces and 3-d perspective views in black/white or 24bit color. Linear, log10, and power scaling is supported in addition to 25 common map projections. The processing and display routines within GMT are completely general and will handle any (x,y) or (x,y,z) data as input.  This port installs only the GMT manpages, there is a tutorial and documentation in .ps, .pdf and .html format on the ftp site, too.  In case you look for data to plot, there is topological data at ftp://topex.ucsd.edu/pub/global_topo_2min/topo_8.2.img (140MB, covers nearly the whole earth);;
 App=GMerlin;Multimedia;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gmerlin.png;Burkhard Plaum;http://gmerlin.sourceforge.net/;GPL;Graphical;audio,video;Gmerlin is a multimedia framework, which allows you to quickly develop multimedia applications. It is built upon gavl (for low level Audio/Video things) and libxml2 (for loading and saving configuration data and other things). The gmerlin API can be used at multiple levels: Either you take the basic things like plugins, fifos, message-queues and gavl audio/video converters and build your own media engine. The other possibility is to use the player or transcoder engines directly. The latter approach is probably easier, but you\'ll have less freedom in controlling the process.  Gmerlin includes GUI player with mediatree and a GUI transcoder among other things.;;
 App=GNAT-AUX;Languages;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/gnat-aux.png;DragonLace;http://www.dragonlace.net/;GMGPL;Text;ADA,compiler;GNAT AUX is based on the trunk version of Free Software Foundation\'s GNU Compiler Collection.  It carries with it the GMGPL license, the modified version of the GPL that exempts generic instantiation from resulting in a GPL-licensed executable.  This version of GNAT also carries with it the GCC Runtime Library Exception, so the resulting binaries have no licensing requirements.  Binaries produced by GNAT AUX should be handled the same as binaries produced by any FSF GNAT compiler.  GNAT AUX implements the full Ada-83, Ada-95, and Ada-2005 language standards. It also implements some features of the draft Ada-2012 standard, which are optionally accessible via the -gnat2012 switch or Ada_2012 pragma.;;



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