./devel/ruby-diff-lcs [port of Algorithm::Diff that uses the LCS algorithm]
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Version: 1.3, Package name: diff-lcs-1.3
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
Master sites:
Flavors (export FLAVOR=xyz, setenv FLAVOR xyz):
  • ruby27
  • ruby30
  • ruby31
  • jruby
Diff::LCS is a port of Algorithm::Diff that uses the McIlroy-Hunt
longest common subsequence (LCS) algorithm to compute intelligent
differences between two sequenced enumerable containers.
The implementation is based on Mario I. Wolczko's Smalltalk version
(1.2,1993) and Ned Konz's Perl version (Algorithm::Diff).

Filesize: 45 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2017-11-06) Updated to version: diff-lcs-1.3
  • (2015-06-23) Updated to version: diff-lcs-1.2.5
  • (2013-04-23) Updated to version: diff-lcs-1.2.4
  • (2010-11-09) Updated to version: diff-lcs-1.1.2
  • (2008-09-29) Package added to openports.se, version ruby-diff-lcs-1.1.2 (created)
[show/hide] View available PLISTS (Can be a lot of data)

CVS Commit History:

   2019-07-12 14:46:30 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (853)
Log message:
   2015-06-23 01:15:28 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
- update to diff-lcs-1.2.5
- remove unneeded CATEGORIES (added by ruby.port.mk already)
- enable tests
   2011-01-05 21:24:25 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (170)
Log message:
REVISION bump for rbx FLAVOR PLIST change.
OK landry@
   2010-11-24 14:35:17 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (191)
Log message:
REVISION bump all ruby ports due to a change in the pkgspec.
Previously, we were using ruby->=1.8,<=1.9, instead of
ruby->=1.8,<1.9.  While this wouldn't cause an issue, since
our ruby-1.9.2 package isn't included in ruby->=1.8,<=1.9,
it's still wrong and should be fixed.  This also fixes the
following minor issues:
Switch from using FLAVOR to MODRUBY_FLAVOR for *_DEPENDS.
Currently we don't have a ruby port that uses FLAVORs that
would differ from MODRUBY_FLAVOR, but it's possible we will
in the future.
Switch from BASE_PKGPATH to BUILD_PKGPATH in a few cases in
REGRESS_DEPENDS.  This probably is not strictly necessary, but
BUILD_PKGPATH is used in more cases, so it is good for
Switch to new style *_DEPENDS, with the version specification
at the end.  The remaining cases where this is not done is
because a specific version is used.
Some FULLPKGNAME added to REGRESS_DEPENDS, to make sure that if
the old version is installed when you run a regress test, it
will install the new version first.
Some conversion of spaces to tabs for consistency.
OK landry@
   2010-11-08 16:28:56 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (165)
Log message:
REVISION bumps for most ruby ports after the ruby.port.mk update.
PKG_ARCH = * removed from many ports as it is added automatically
for pure ruby gem ports.  Switch ports that previously used
GEM_SKIPDEPENDS to adding dependencies or modifying the underlying
gem metadata with patches.
OK landry@
   2010-11-08 16:24:45 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (165)
Log message:
Update plists for most ruby ports after changes to ruby.port.mk.
Requested as a separate commit by landry@.
OK landry@
   2010-09-28 14:12:19 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (119)
Log message:
Remove MASTER_SITES from most ruby gem ports, specify it in ruby.port.mk
All ruby .gem files are now hosted on rubygems.org in the same
directory.  If the ruby gem CONFIGURE_STYLE is used, make the
default MASTER_SITES that directory.
There are still a few uses of MASTER_SITE_RUBYFORGE in the tree, for
some ports that aren't gems, or where the .gem file isn't hosted on
rubygems.org, or where the hashes don't match.  Most of these will be
dealt with in the near future.
OK landry@
   2010-09-23 16:30:30 by Jeremy Evans | Files touched by this commit (259)
Log message:
Bump all ruby ports not already handled.
In the upgrade from ruby 1.8.6 to 1.8.7, the PLISTs changed
due to differences in how RDoc processes files.
This also has a number of changes to the regress tests to
work with the changes to devel/ruby-rake.  It moves most of
the regress tests to use MODRUBY_REGRESS.
OK jcs@, landry@, jasper@, sthen@