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Number of commits found: 5

Tue, 3 Jan 2017
[ 07:24 rene ] Original commit   Revision:430441
430441 Mk/Scripts/do-users-groups.sh
430441 Mk/Uses/7z.mk
430441 Mk/Uses/compiler.mk
430441 Mk/Uses/iconv.mk
430441 Mk/Uses/linux.mk
430441 Mk/bsd.gecko.mk
430441 Mk/bsd.port.mk
430441 Mk/bsd.ssp.mk
Remove support for FreeBSD < 10.3 from Mk/*

This does not yet convert the files to bmake.

Reviewed by:	mat
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9016
Sun, 2 Nov 2014
[ 20:01 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:372086
372086 CHANGES
372086 Mk/bsd.port.mk
372086 Mk/bsd.ssp.mk
- Enable SSP by default.

  This is the culmination of years of work and testing including work by jlh@.

  This will enable SSP by default for all amd64 releases, and i386 releases
  10.0 and over.

With hat:	portmgr
Tested by:	multiple exp-runs, CFT package repository, CFT ports
Discussed with:	bapt, antoine
Sat, 16 Aug 2014
[ 21:18 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:365137
365137 Mk/bsd.ssp.mk
No need to expand CFLAGS/LDFLAGS here.

With hat:	portmgr
Sun, 22 Sep 2013
[ 00:26 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:327844
327844 CHANGES
327844 Mk/bsd.port.mk
327844 Mk/bsd.ssp.mk
327844 UPDATING
- Rename public name of SSP support to WITH_SSP_PORTS as /usr/src
  has issues with 'installworld' when WITH_SSP is defined. [1]
  Keep WITH_SSP support for now since it has been announced as that
  already.
- Remove redundant wording in UPDATING [2]

Suggested by:	bapt [1]
Reported by:	blakkheim on EFNet
With hat:	portmgr
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 12:54 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:327697
327697 CHANGES
327697 Mk/bsd.port.mk
327697 Mk/bsd.ssp.mk
327697 UPDATING
327697 audio/csound/Makefile
327697 audio/emu10kx/Makefile
327697 audio/oss/Makefile
327697 comms/uarduno/Makefile
327697 comms/uartlirc/Makefile
327697 devel/libtecla/Makefile

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SSP support has been added to ports with WITH_SSP for i386 and amd64
on FreeBSD 10, and amd64 on earlier versions.

SSP_UNSAFE is added to disable in a port if it fails to build, but
this should only be used in rare circumstances such as kernel modules.
Otherwise, the port may just be failing due to lack of respecting
LDFLAGS.

On FreeBSD 10, this uses an ldscript in /usr/lib/libc.so to pull in
libssp_nonshared.a to address issues linking on i386 [1].

On earlier FreeBSD versions the WITH_SSP knob will add -lssp_nonshared
to LDFLAGS on i386. This is not needed on amd64. However, several hundred
ports do not currently respect LDFLAGS, so this support is disabled currently
as it causes build failures if a dependency is looking for the stack_chk
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Number of commits found: 5

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