What is the name of the Bouncy Castle Port?

Russell Jones russell.jones at physics.ox.ac.uk
Wed Jan 6 02:59:16 PST 2016

The description field in the Portfile should include the words "bouncy 
castle" so it shows up on a "port search". Ah well.

"port search --long_description bouncy" does find it (see the output of 
"port help search").


On 04/01/16 19:54, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 2:51 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
>> On Jan 4, 2016, at 1:45 PM, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
>>> I'm having trouble finding the Bouncy Castle package. The web search
>>> tool is returning 0 results. Attempting to install it from the command
>>> line is resulting in failures:
>>> hilbert:~$ sudo port install bouncycastle
>>> Error: Port bouncycastle not found
>>> hilbert:~$ sudo port install bouncy-castle
>>> Error: Port bouncy-castle not found
>>> hilbert:~$ sudo port install bouncy-castle-java
>>> Error: Port bouncy-castle-java not found
>>> What is the name of the Bouncy Castle package?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>> Is it this one?
> Thanks Ryan.
>> lcrypto @1.28 (java, crypto)
>> Description:          The Bouncy Castle Crypto package is a Java
>>                        implementation of cryptographic algorithms.
>> Homepage:             http://lcrypto.sourceforge.net/
>> Build Dependencies:   jikes, junit, fastjar
>> Library Dependencies: gnu-classpath
>> Platforms:            darwin
>> License:              MIT
>> Maintainers:          nomaintainer
> Please forgive my ignorance. What is the name I use for the 'port
> install' command?
> Jeff
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