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Number of commits found: 3

Thu, 15 May 2014
[ 11:11 marino ] Original commit 
354108 devel/adacurses/Makefile
354108 devel/adacurses/files/adacurses.gpr.in
devel/adacurses: Fix linking options on adacurses.gpr

The options weren't getting sent to the linker.  Moreover, the -lncurses
switch was not required and runpath switches are required, otherwise
the realtime linker finds the system libncurses before the ports version.

Use "Linker_Options" instead of "Switches" to enable linker options.

Reported by:	Natacha Porte
Mon, 17 Feb 2014
[ 08:24 marino ] Original commit 
344710 devel/adacurses/Makefile
344710 devel/adacurses/files/adacurses.gpr.in
devel/adacurses: Correct adacurses.gpr; library name uses capital letters
Sun, 16 Feb 2014
[ 12:18 marino ] Original commit 
344549 devel/adacurses/Makefile
344549 devel/adacurses/distinfo
344549 devel/adacurses/files/adacurses-config
344549 devel/adacurses/files/adacurses.gpr.in
344549 devel/adacurses/pkg-descr
344549 devel/adacurses/pkg-plist
devel/adacurses: Build it properly; switch to original sources

This was another Ada "library" port that didn't actually build the
library.  The first step is to switch to the original source (AdaCurses
has been distributed by ncurses, but it's maintained separately by
Thomas Dickey).  Besides a much smaller distfile, we also get the html
documentation which is not provided by ncurses.

Use the provided makefile to build.  The only change was adacurses.gpr
added by myself to use as an alternative to adacurses-config (which is
also now generated instead of provided if /files).  This should address
a complaint I heard at FOSDEM about AdaCurses not working (hopefully).

Number of commits found: 3

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