./archivers/ruby-xz, Ruby bindings for liblzma

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.0, Package name: ruby24-xz-1.0.0, Maintainer: minskim

ruby-xz is a basic binding for liblzma that allows you to create and
extract XZ-compressed archives. It can cope with big files as well as
small ones, but doesn't offer much of the possibilities liblzma itself

Required to run:
[devel/ruby-fiddle] [lang/ruby24-base]

Required to build:

Master sites:

SHA1: cb3e7b3c9984f047772707c35b4ab877e5adb87e
RMD160: 5c3016a10ebd7ccee4b8f251e7f576425016bedb
Filesize: 24 KB

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   2019-05-23 21:23:24 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (242)
Log message:
all: replace SUBST_SED with the simpler SUBST_VARS

pkglint -Wall -r --only "substitution command" -F

With manual review and indentation fixes since pkglint doesn't get that
part correct in every case.
   2019-04-15 08:11:33 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
*: remove references to ruby 2.3
   2019-02-03 14:45:07 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Ruby 2.6 to build.
   2018-09-28 01:58:21 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
ruby-xz: needs ruby 2.3.0 or higher
   2018-09-23 15:44:11 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
archivers/ruby-xz: update to 1.0.0

== 1.0.0 (2018-05-20)

* *BreakingChange* The XZ module's methods now take any parameters
  beyond the IO object as real Ruby keyword arguments rather than
  a long argument list.
* *BreakingChange* XZ.decompress_stream now honours Ruby's
  external and internal encoding concept instead of just
  returning BINARY-tagged strings.
* *BreakingChange* Remove deprecated API on stream reader/writer
  class and instead sync the API with Ruby's zlib library
  (Ticket #12 by me).
* *BreakingChange* StreamWriter.new and StreamReader.new do not accept
  a block anymore. This is part of syncing with Ruby's zlib API.
* *BreakingChange* StreamReader.open and StreamWriter.open always
  return the new instance, even if a block is given to the method
  (previous behaviour was to return the return value of the block).
  This is part of the syncing with Ruby's zlib API.
* *BreakingChange* StreamReader.new and StreamWriter.new as well as
  the ::open variants take additional arguments as real Ruby keyword
  arguments now instead of a long parameter list plus options hash.
  This is different from Ruby's own zlib API as that one takes both
  a long parameter list and a hash of additional options. ruby-xz
  is meant to follow zlib's semantics mostly, but not as a drop-in
  replacement, so this divergence from zlib's API is okay (also
  given that it isn't possible to replicate all possible options
  1:1 anyway, since liblzma simply accepts different options as
  libz). If you've never used these methods' optional arguments,
  you should be fine.
* *BreakingChange* Stream#close now returns nil instead of the
  number of bytes written. This syncs Stream#close with Ruby's
  own IO#close, which also returns nil.
* *BreakingChange* Remove Stream#pos=, Stream#seek, Stream#stat. These
  methods irritated the minitar gem, which doesn't expect them to
  raise NotImplementedError, but directly to be missing if the object
  does not support seeking.
* *BreakingChange* StreamReader and StreamWriter now honour Ruby's
  encoding system instead of returning only BINARY-tagged strings.
* *Dependency* Remove dependency on ffi. ruby-xz now uses fiddle from
  the stdlib instead.
* *Dependency* Remove dependency on io-like. ruby-xz now implements
  all the IO mechanics itself. (Ticket #10 by me)
* *Dependency* Bump required Ruby version to 2.3.0.
* *Fix* libzlma.dylib not being found on OS X (Ticket #15 by
   2016-01-03 06:31:55 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-xz to 0.2.3.

== 0.2.3 (2015-12-29)

* *Fix* documentation of XZ module (a :nodoc: was causing havoc
  in the XZ module so it appeared to have no methods).
* No other changes this release.

== 0.2.2 (2015-12-27)

* *Add* XZ.disable_deprecation_notices
* *Deprecate* use of XZ::StreamReader.open with an IO argument
* *Deprecate* use of XZ::StreamReader.new with a filename argument
* *Deprecate* use of XZ::StreamWriter.open with an IO argument
* *Deprecate* use of XZ::StreamWriter.new with a filename argument
* *Deprecate* nonautomatic IO close in XZ::StreamReader#close
* *Deprecate* nonautomatic IO close in XZ::StreamWriter#close
* *Fix* incompatibility with Resolv.getaddress() in Ruby 2.2 (Ticket #13
  by Ken Simon)
* Goal of these deprecations is to sync the API with Ruby’s own
  Zlib::GzipWriter and Zlib::GzipReader mostly.
* Add required versions to gemspec.
* Comment format cleanup, results in better docs.
* Internal code cleanup
* Add more tests.
   2015-11-25 13:47:32 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Remove mk/find-prefix.mk usage from the archivers category.

The find-prefix infrastructure was required in a pkgviews world where
packages installed from pkgsrc could have different installation
prefixes, and this was a way for a dependency prefix to be determined.

Now that pkgviews has been removed there is no longer any need for the
overhead of this infrastructure.  Instead we use BUILDLINK_PREFIX.pkg
for dependencies pulled in via buildlink, or LOCALBASE/PREFIX where the
dependency is coming from pkgsrc.

Provides a reasonable performance win due to the reduction of `pkg_info
-qp` calls, some of which were redundant anyway as they were duplicating
the same information provided by BUILDLINK_PREFIX.pkg.
   2015-11-03 01:56:27 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (93)
Log message:
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for archivers category

Problems found with existing distfile for eagle:
No changes made to these distinfo files.

Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden).  All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.