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NEW: textproc/py-regex

Rafael Sadowski
Please find attached a new dependency for a possible calibre update.

Information for inst:py3-regex-2020.11.13

Comment:
alternative regular expression module, to replace re.

Description:
This regex implementation is backwards-compatible with the standard re
module, but offers additional functionality.

Maintainer: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list <[hidden email]>

WWW: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/regex



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Re: NEW: textproc/py-regex

Daniel Dickman


On Mon, 15 Feb 2021, Rafael Sadowski wrote:

> Please find attached a new dependency for a possible calibre update.
>

I need this too.

I don't feel too strongly about any of these, so up to you what you want
to change.

- move from textproc to devel, like all other regex modules
- remove the comma and full stop in COMMENT
- I think we should point HOMEPAGE to the bitbucket page rather than pypi
- we don't have a lot of consistency for the license marker but I think
  "Apache 2.0" is more common in the tree
- tests need more work, just add NO_TESTS (or fix if you really want)

ok daniel@ to import after you decide about the above.

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Re: NEW: textproc/py-regex

Stuart Henderson
In reply to this post by Rafael Sadowski
On 2021/02/15 18:29, Rafael Sadowski wrote:

> Please find attached a new dependency for a possible calibre update.
>
> Information for inst:py3-regex-2020.11.13
>
> Comment:
> alternative regular expression module, to replace re.
>
> Description:
> This regex implementation is backwards-compatible with the standard re
> module, but offers additional functionality.
>
> Maintainer: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list <[hidden email]>
>
> WWW: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/regex
>
>



What's the COMPILER line for? If it's needed at all, there should be
COMPILER_LANGS=c as well to avoid dragging in gcc-libs as it's C only.

See these earlier on ports@, they set things up for tests.

20200401 0948 [  L] 6200 new: devel/py-regex                      Paco Esteban
20200912 2154 [  L] 7463 Re: [NEW] textproc/py-regex              Kurt Mosiejczuk
20201202 1845 [  L] 8142 Re: [NEW] textproc/py-regex              Paco Esteban
20210127 0759 [  L] 8673 回复: [NEW] textproc/py-regex            wen heping