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non port: head/comms/uarduno/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 8

Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 16:03 bapt ] Original commit 
327714 comms/acfax/Makefile
327714 comms/aldo/Makefile
327714 comms/amtterm/Makefile
327714 comms/anyremote/Makefile
327714 comms/aprsd/Makefile
327714 comms/atslog/Makefile
327714 comms/bfhist/Makefile
327714 comms/bforce-kst/Makefile
327714 comms/bforce/Makefile
327714 comms/birda/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
comms)
[ 12:54 bdrewery ] Original commit 
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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Wed, 14 Aug 2013
[ 22:35 ak ] Original commit 
324744 accessibility/atkmm/Makefile
324744 accessibility/jovie/Makefile
324744 accessibility/kaccessible/Makefile
324744 accessibility/kmag/Makefile
324744 accessibility/kmousetool/Makefile
324744 accessibility/kmouth/Makefile
324744 accessibility/qt4-accessible/Makefile
324744 accessibility/speech-dispatcher/Makefile
324744 archivers/ark/Makefile
324744 archivers/bicom/Makefile

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- Remove MAKE_JOBS_SAFE variable

Approved by:	portmgr (bdrewery)
Wed, 14 Nov 2012
[ 10:58 flo ] Original commit 
307411 comms/uarduno/Makefile
- Don't redefine LOCALBASE, use PREFIX to install to, this also fixes
  installation with pkgng. The port would otherwise try to install pkg
  again

===>   uarduno-1.02 depends on file: /boot/kernel/sbin/pkg - not found

- Don't leave any leftovers in KMODDIR

Approved by:	maintainer
Feature safe:	yes
Wed, 23 May 2012
[ 03:07 jgh ] Original commit 
1.4 comms/uarduno/Makefile
- re-order, include bsd.port.pre.mk so SRC_BASE is defined before referenced

PR: ports/165994
Submitted by: 4721@hushmail.com
Approved by: maintainer, bobf@mrp3.com
Sun, 6 Nov 2011
[ 16:36 miwi ] Original commit 
1.42 audio/herrie/Makefile
1.8 audio/libaiff/Makefile
1.15 audio/libmpd/Makefile
1.18 audio/mp3plot/Makefile
1.13 audio/murmur/Makefile
1.2 audio/murmur/files/freebsd6-patch-compiler.pri
1.19 audio/musepack/Makefile
1.39 audio/ncmpcpp/Makefile
1.10 audio/py-pyliblo/Makefile
1.4 benchmarks/netperfmeter/Makefile

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- Get rid FreeBSD 6.X support
Mon, 8 Aug 2011
[ 19:37 arved ] Original commit 
1.2 comms/uarduno/Makefile
1.2 comms/uarduno/distinfo
Update to 1.02

PR:             156876
Submitted by:   maintainer
Tue, 22 Feb 2011
[ 02:10 wxs ] Original commit 
1.223 comms/Makefile
1.1 comms/uarduno/Makefile
1.1 comms/uarduno/distinfo
1.1 comms/uarduno/files/ids.txt
1.1 comms/uarduno/pkg-descr
1.1 comms/uarduno/pkg-message
The Arduino Uno (http://arduino.cc/) is an open source hardware micro-
controller designed primarily for prototyping and experimentation.
Although the devel/arduino port already exists for programming the device,
it will not work properly with the newest Arduino hardware.  Previous
versions of the Arduino used an FTDI USB to Serial interface.  The newest
Arduino (beginning with the Uno) uses an on-board ATMel 8U2 controller
to emulate a USB to Serial interface with its own custom Vendor ID and
Hardware ID.  As a result, NONE of the existing FreeBSD USB to serial
drivers can work with it.  This kernel driver supplies the necessary
kernel support for the Arduino Uno on FreeBSD.

Additionally, some 'ACM' USB Serial devices may work with this driver by
manually adding their Vendor ID and Product ID combination to files/ids.txt

Official web site
WWW:  http://www.mrp3.com/uarduno.html

PR:             ports/153963
Submitted by:   Bob Frazier <bobf@mrp3.com>

Number of commits found: 8

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