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diff --git a/dev-java/gnu-jaf/Manifest b/dev-java/gnu-jaf/Manifest
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+DIST activation-1.1.1.tar.gz 157018 SHA256 b1b5ef560d30fcb11fbf537246857d14110ce4eb2b200d4c54690472305d87b7 SHA512 d323644df13a4572bf1c10e7175c1c4cfa3078483886bba7b308989c215a23e12939b054124dbaf0437a4c5fdcb551b4e2189c09afc078218963389e4b3c3b7d WHIRLPOOL 28e6390302476710fba3fac5c2df43790b05de72dcecd3640e82829ef8139621871ea70dcced279ffb8ccd6f7a11ae5f5fe64af9c5e5bc29da603e62474790f9
diff --git a/dev-java/gnu-jaf/gnu-jaf-1.1.1.ebuild b/dev-java/gnu-jaf/gnu-jaf-1.1.1.ebuild
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+# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Id$
+JAVA_PKG_IUSE="doc source"
+inherit java-pkg-2 java-ant-2
+DESCRIPTION="GNU implementation of the JavaBeans Activation Framework"
+KEYWORDS="amd64 ppc ppc64 x86 ~x86-fbsd"
+src_install() {
+ java-pkg_dojar activation.jar
+ dodoc AUTHORS ChangeLog || die
+ use doc && java-pkg_dojavadoc docs
+ use source && java-pkg_dosrc source/*
diff --git a/dev-java/gnu-jaf/metadata.xml b/dev-java/gnu-jaf/metadata.xml
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE pkgmetadata SYSTEM "">
+GNU JAF is a framework for declaring what beans operate on what MIME
+type data. Content handler beans can be defined to handle particular
+MIME content. The JAF unites internet standards for declaring content
+with JavaBeans™.
+The JAF defines two mechanisms within the framework. The first, the
+file type map, specifies the MIME content type for a given file. The
+default implementation of this uses the UNIX mime.types format to map
+filename extensions to MIME types. The second mechanism, the command
+map, specifies the actions that can be applied to a given MIME content
+type. The default implementation of this uses the standard mailcap format
+to map actions to JavaBean™ classes. These beans can then view, edit,
+print, or perform whatever other action is required on the underlying