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xvgr-2.10pl1
xvgr
2.10.pl1
In that case, <literal>pl1</literal> means patch level, so using DISTVERSION is not possible.
gawk-2.15.6
ja-
gawk
2.15.6
Japanese language version
psutils-1.13
psutils
-letter
1.13
Paper size hardcoded at package build time
pkfonts
300
Package for 300dpi fonts
If there is absolutely no trace of version information in the original source and it is unlikely that the original author will ever release another version, just set the version string to <literal>1.0</literal> (like the <literal>piewm</literal> example above). Otherwise, ask the original author or use the date string the source file was released on (<literal>d<replaceable>yyyy</replaceable>.<replaceable>mm</replaceable>.<replaceable>dd</replaceable></literal>, or <literal>d<replaceable>yyyy</replaceable><replaceable>mm</replaceable><replaceable>dd</replaceable></literal>) as the version.
Use any letter. Here, <literal>d</literal> here stands for date, if the source is a <application>Git</application> repository, <literal>g</literal> followed by the commit date is commonly used, using <literal>s</literal> for snapshot is also common.
Categorization
<varname>CATEGORIES</varname>
When a package is created, it is put under <filename>/usr/ports/packages/All</filename> and links are made from one or more subdirectories of <filename>/usr/ports/packages</filename>. The names of these subdirectories are specified by the variable <varname>CATEGORIES</varname>. It is intended to make life easier for the user when he is wading through the pile of packages on the FTP site or the CDROM. Please take a look at the <link linkend="porting-categories">current list of categories</link> and pick the ones that are suitable for the port.
This list also determines where in the ports tree the port is imported. If there is more than one category here, the port files must be put in the subdirectory with the name of the first category. See <link linkend="choosing-categories">below</link> for more discussion about how to pick the right categories.
Current List of Categories
Here is the current list of port categories. Those marked with an asterisk (<literal>*</literal>) are <emphasis>virtual</emphasis> categories—those that do not have a corresponding subdirectory in the ports tree. They are only used as secondary categories, and only for search purposes.
For non-virtual categories, there is a one-line description in <varname>COMMENT</varname> in that subdirectory's <filename>Makefile</filename>.
Category
Description
Notes
<filename>accessibility</filename>
Ports to help disabled users.
ComponentTranslation
This translation Translated FreeBSD Doc/books_porters-handbook 300
The following string has the same context and source.
Translated FreeBSD Doc/books_dev-model 300

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Source string comment
(itstool) path: row/entry
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read-only
Source string location
book.translate.xml:2119
String age
a year ago
Source string age
a year ago
Translation file
books/porters-handbook.pot, string 386