New ports of the week

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There were 18 new ports for the week of February 9 to February 15:

Ports are listed in the order they were committed to the tree:

ircd-ratbox is an advanced, stable and fast ircd.
It is the primary ircd used on EFNet, combining the stability of an ircd
required for a large production network together with a rich set of
features, making it also suitable for use on smaller networks.
(See the CVS commit.)

Memtest86+ is thorough, stand alone memory test for Intel i386 architecture
systems, based on the well-known Memtest86 written by Chris Brady.
(See the CVS commit.)

gdal, translator library for raster geospatial data formats
(See the CVS commit.)

Piwik is an open source (GPL licensed) web analytics software program.
It provides you with detailed reports on your website visitors: the
search engines and keywords they used, the language they speak, your
popular pages….and so much more.
Piwik aims to be an open source alternative to Google Analytics.
(See the CVS commit.)

Gargoyle is an IF player that supports all the major interactive
fiction formats. Most interactive fiction is distributed as portable
game files. These portable game files come in many formats. In the
past, you used to have to download a separate player (interpreter)
for each format of IF you wanted to play.

Gargoyle is based on the standard interpreters for the formats it
supports: Agility, Alan 2 and 3, Frotz (glk port), Glulxe, Hugo,
Level 9, Magnetic, Scare, Tads 2 and 3.

Gargoyle cares about typography! In this computer age of typographical
poverty, where horrible fonts, dazzling colors, and inadequate white
space is God, Gargoyle dares to rebel!
(See the CVS commit.)

Mp3Wrap is a free command-line utility, which wraps two or more
mp3 files in one large playable file, without losing filename and
ID3 informations.
(See the CVS commit.)

Libmp3splt is a free digital audio splitter library.
(See the CVS commit.)

JSON-GLib implements a full JSON parser using GLib and GObject.
Use JSON-GLib it is possible to parse and generate valid JSON data
structures, using a DOM-like API. JSON-GLib also offers GObject
integration, providing the ability to serialize and deserialize GObject
instances to and from JSON data types.
(See the CVS commit.)

Gyrus is a small tool for the administration of mailboxes in IMAP/Cyrus
servers. The main idea behind it, is to provide mail server
administrators with a better way to do the daily maintenance than a
command line or a plain and boring telnet client.

The main features gyrus includes are:
* Browsing, creation and deletion of mailboxes.
* Mailbox quotas control.
* Management of IMAP Access Control Lists.
* Creation of printable reports with over-quota mailboxes.
(See the CVS commit.)

Geoclue is a modular geoinformation service built on top of the D-Bus
messaging system. The goal of the Geoclue project is to make creating
location-aware applications as simple as possible.
Geoclue defines a set of geoinformation APIs, but it also includes some
providers that implement those APIs.
(See the CVS commit.)

Clutter is an open source software library for creating fast, visually
rich and animated graphical user interfaces.

Clutter uses OpenGL (and optionally OpenGL ES for use on Mobile and
embedded platforms) for rendering but with an API which hides the
underlying GL complexity from the developer. The Clutter API is intended
to be easy to use, efficient and flexible.
(See the CVS commit.)

A glue layer between clutter and box2d that provides a special group
where the actors can be set to be static or dynamic in regard to a
physics simulation.
(See the CVS commit.)

An experimental clutter cairo 'drawable' actor. Sucks a bit as renders
cairo via an image surface and thus no real cairo rendering
acceleration. Experiments with glitz and sharing GL contexts for such
acceleration proved problematic.
(See the CVS commit.)

Clutter-GStreamer (clutter-gst) is an integration library for using
GStreamer with Clutter.
(See the CVS commit.)

Clutter-GTK is a library providing facilities to integrate Clutter into
GTK+ applications. It provides a GTK+ widget, GtkClutterEmbed, for
embedding the default ClutterStage into any GtkContainer.
(See the CVS commit.)

This package contains the Python modules that allow you to use the
Clutter toolkit in Python programs.

this doesn't fully work yet, but it's now intree in case someone
wants to have a look at fixing it.
(See the CVS commit.)

Libchamplain is a C library aimed to provide a Gtk+ widget to display
rasterized maps.
* Display a map (OpenStreetMap Mapnik, OpenAerialMap,
Maps For Free Relief);
o Tiles are downloaded and cached
o Downloaded tiles fade in
* You can drag to move (a la Google Maps)
o without or with kinetic scrolling (a la iPhone)
o with elastic edges (a la iPhone)
* You can zoom in / out
* You can center the map on coordinates (longitude, latitude)
* Add markers on the map with a mixed Clutter/Champlain API
* Add layers of markers
* You can animate markers

Libchamplain-gtk is a Gtk+ widget that wraps around libchamplain's ClutterActor.

a small demo application is installed as libchamplain-demo
(See the CVS commit.)

Security: update tor to which fixes Multiple Vulnerabilities.

No port was removed this week.

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