ports/151852: New port devel/violet - Simple UML editor

Aldis Berjoza aldis at bsdroot.lv
Mon Nov 1 10:20:13 UTC 2010


The following reply was made to PR ports/151852; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "Aldis Berjoza" <aldis at bsdroot.lv>
To: bug-followup at freebsd.org, aldis at bsdroot.lv
Cc:  
Subject: Re: ports/151852: New port devel/violet - Simple UML editor
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:18:40 +0200

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 fully working port :D
 Thanks to aragon @ forums.freebsd.org for MASTER_SITES
 
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 Aldis Berjoza
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 # This is a shell archive.  Save it in a file, remove anything before
 # this line, and then unpack it by entering "sh file".  Note, it may
 # create directories; files and directories will be owned by you and
 # have default permissions.
 #
 # This archive contains:
 #
 #	violet
 #	violet/Makefile
 #	violet/distinfo
 #	violet/pkg-descr
 #
 echo c - violet
 mkdir -p violet > /dev/null 2>&1
 echo x - violet/Makefile
 sed 's/^X//' >violet/Makefile << '9b4fe26bf02ba49a69d52844170d0543'
 X# New ports collection makefile for:	violet
 X# Date created:				Nov 1, 2010
 X# Whom:					Aldis Berjoza <aldis at bsdroot.lv>
 X#
 X# $FreeBSD$
 X#
 X
 XPORTNAME=	violet
 XPORTVERSION=	0.21.1
 XCATEGORIES=	devel editors java
 XMASTER_SITES=	SF/${PORTNAME}/violetumleditor/${PORTVERSION}
 XDISTNAME=	com.horstmann.violet-${PORTVERSION}
 XEXTRACT_SUFX=	.jar
 XEXTRACT_ONLY=
 X
 XMAINTAINER=	aldis at bsdroot.lv
 XCOMMENT=	Violet is a very easy to learn and use UML editor
 X
 XUSE_JAVA=	yes
 XJAVA_VERSION=	1.6+
 X
 XLICENSE=	GPLv2
 X
 XNO_BUILD=	YES
 X
 XPLIST_FILES=	%%JAVASHAREDIR%%/${PORTNAME}/com.horstmann.violet.jar bin/${PORTNAME}
 XPLIST_DIRS=	%%JAVASHAREDIR%%/${PORTNAME}
 X
 Xpre-install:
 X	${ECHO} "#!/bin/sh" > ${WRKDIR}/violet.sh
 X	${ECHO} "${PREFIX}/bin/java -jar ${JAVASHAREDIR}/${PORTNAME}/com.horstmann.violet.jar &" >> ${WRKDIR}/violet.sh
 X
 Xdo-install:
 X	${MKDIR} ${JAVASHAREDIR}/${PORTNAME}
 X	${INSTALL_DATA} ${DISTDIR}/com.horstmann.violet-${PORTVERSION}.jar ${JAVASHAREDIR}/${PORTNAME}/com.horstmann.violet.jar
 X	${INSTALL_SCRIPT} ${WRKDIR}/violet.sh ${PREFIX}/bin/${PORTNAME}
 X
 X# vim: set ts=8 sw=8:
 X.include <bsd.port.mk>
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 echo x - violet/distinfo
 sed 's/^X//' >violet/distinfo << '2b9f2c02ceb77eaa0abdc35eaf35f3d2'
 XMD5 (com.horstmann.violet-0.21.1.jar) = 6a3ea18fe1492338a181582adb52759f
 XSHA256 (com.horstmann.violet-0.21.1.jar) = eb3d2619734edf63f49059c67019032efb627efaceaddee895e6763036fb5449
 XSIZE (com.horstmann.violet-0.21.1.jar) = 1781251
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 echo x - violet/pkg-descr
 sed 's/^X//' >violet/pkg-descr << '7b5eba89929c9dc67b2d56ea985bba93'
 XViolet is a UML editor with these benefits:
 X* It is very easy to learn and use
 X* It draws nice-looking class, sequence, state, object and use-case diagrams
 X* It is completely free (includes source, distributed under the GNU General
 X  Public License)
 X* It is cross-platform
 X
 XViolet is intended for students, teachers, and authors who need to produce
 Xsimple UML diagrams quickly. It is not intended as an industrial strength
 Xtool. There are several capable high-end UML editors available, such as
 X* Rational Rose
 X* Together
 X* The free ArgoUML and its commercial cousin Poseidon
 X
 XThose are fine programs for serious users of UML. However students and casual
 Xusers may not like them because they are too slow, too expensive, or too hard
 Xto learn. Mike Godfrey coined the slogan: Roses are rational, violets are GNU.
 X
 XHere are some of the features that industrial-strength UML programs have and
 Xthat Violet does not have
 X* Code generation. Violet does not generate any source code from UML diagrams.
 X* Reverse engineering. Violet does not generate UML diagrams from source code
 X* Semantic checking of models. You can use Violet to draw contradictory
 X  diagrams XMI export or import. Violet does not generate files that can be
 X  imported into other UML tools, nor can it read model files from other tools
 X
 XIf you just want to draw simple UML diagrams without too much fuss, chances
 Xare you'll like Violet. If you have more serious needs, check out one of the
 Xother programs.
 X
 XWWW: http://horstmann.com/violet/
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