./devel/sfsexp, Small Fast S-Expression Library

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.3.1pre20211025, Package name: sfsexp-1.3.1pre20211025, Maintainer: ryoon

This library is intended for developers who wish to manipulate (read,
parse, modify, and create) symbolic expressions from C or C++
programs. A symbolic expression, or s-expression, is essentially a
LISP-like expression such as (a (b c)). S-expressions are able to
represent complex, structured data without requiring additional
meta-data describing the structure. They are recursively defined: an
s-expression is a list of either atoms or s-expressions. In the
example above, the expression contains an atom "a" and an
s-expression, which in turn contains two atoms, "b" and "c". They are
simple, useful, and well understood.


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   2021-11-02 14:48:03 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (1)
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sfsexp: Fix version number in buildlink3.mk

Before importing, I had forgotten to fix harf-baked buildlink3.mk.
   2021-11-01 15:15:42 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
devel/sfsexp: import sfsexp-1.3.1pre20211025

This library is intended for developers who wish to manipulate (read,
parse, modify, and create) symbolic expressions from C or C++
programs. A symbolic expression, or s-expression, is essentially a
LISP-like expression such as (a (b c)). S-expressions are able to
represent complex, structured data without requiring additional
meta-data describing the structure. They are recursively defined: an
s-expression is a list of either atoms or s-expressions. In the
example above, the expression contains an atom "a" and an
s-expression, which in turn contains two atoms, "b" and "c". \ 
They are
simple, useful, and well understood.