|Commit found by message id
Sun, 11 Jan 2004
[ 15:32:07 netchild ] |
Intels C/C++ compiler, set up to produce native FreeBSD binaries
Update to 8.0.055.p057.
As Intel uses it's own directory for ifc and icc, we don't conflict with
Because of ABI changes, you have to recompile C++ programs (don't forget
Note that this port is a _work in progress_:
- Icc allows to use an already installed libstdc++ from gcc, this doesn't
work yet on FreeBSD. Libstdc++ on 4.x is too old, so it's unlikely we
can add support for it. The headers of libstdc++ shipping with FreeBSD
5.2-CURRENT use GCCisms not (yet) supported by icc, the hardcoded search
path for them also doesn't fit for FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT.
- We've incorporated parts (cxa) of the FreeBSD >= 502101 libc on < 502101
systems. It's tested on 4.x, but not on FreeBSD < 502101.
- Not all (new) options (including GCC compatibility) are thoroughly
When encountering problems please report to me first instead of directly
- Bradley T Hughes <firstname.lastname@example.org> for PR 59552, it resulted in
a modification of our libc (C++ DSO Object Destruction API) we
incorporate in the port on < 502101 systems.
- Marius Strobl <email@example.com> for his help with the port
(e.g. ld.c, cxa).
Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1
show all files
11 vulnerabilities affecting 32 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
* - modified, not new