./textproc/ruby-fuzzyurl, Library for non-strict parsing, construction, and wildcard-matching of URLs

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.9.0, Package name: ruby23-fuzzyurl-0.9.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Fuzzyurl provides two related functions: non-strict parsing of URLs or
URL-like strings into their component pieces (protocol, username, password,
hostname, port, path, query, and fragment), and fuzzy matching of URLs and URL
patterns.

Specifically, URLs that look like this:

[protocol ://] [username [: password] @] [hostname] [: port] [/ path] [? query] [# fragment]

Fuzzyurls can be constructed using some or all of the above fields, optionally
replacing some or all of those fields with a * wildcard if you wish to use the
Fuzzyurl as a URL mask.


Required to run:
[lang/ruby23-base]

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   2017-06-10 18:35:18 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Add ruby-fuzzyurl package version 0.9.0.

Fuzzyurl provides two related functions: non-strict parsing of URLs or
URL-like strings into their component pieces (protocol, username, password,
hostname, port, path, query, and fragment), and fuzzy matching of URLs and URL
patterns.

Specifically, URLs that look like this:

    [protocol ://] [username [: password] @] [hostname] [: port] [/ path] [? \ 
query] [# fragment]

Fuzzyurls can be constructed using some or all of the above fields, optionally
replacing some or all of those fields with a * wildcard if you wish to use the
Fuzzyurl as a URL mask.