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Number of commits found: 3

Fri, 6 Oct 2006
[ 20:44 joerg ] Original commit 
1.10 devel/avr-gcc-devel/Makefile
1.3 devel/avr-gcc-devel/distinfo
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-0b-constants
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-attribute_alias
1.3 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-dwarf
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-libiberty-Makefile.in
1.7 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-newdevices
1.3 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-zz-atmega256x
1.4 devel/avr-gcc-devel/pkg-descr
1.4 devel/avr-gcc-devel/pkg-plist
Remove.  This has been moved to avr-gcc to become the standard version
of AVR-GCC now.
Thu, 28 Sep 2006
[ 21:44 joerg ] Original commit 
1.9 devel/avr-gcc-devel/Makefile
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-dwarf
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-zz-atmega256x
Fix the COMMENT to tell this is GCC 4.x rather than 3.x.  Pointed out
by Simon Barner.

Revert the default debugging format to stabs but offer DWARF-2 as an
option (rather than being the default).  AVR-GDB currently understands
stabs much better than DWARF-2.

Fix a bug in patch-zz-atmega256x that caused -fcall-prologues to
generate faulty code.  This affected libgcc.a as it uses this option.
This bug has been originally found and fixed by Wang Guohui but I
missed his fix when adding the patch here.
Wed, 19 Apr 2006
[ 10:50 joerg ] Original commit 
1.6 devel/avr-gcc-devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-dwarf
1.4 devel/avr-gcc-devel/files/patch-newdevices
1.2 devel/avr-gcc-devel/pkg-descr
Rename ATmega164/324 to ATmega164P/324P, add support for ATmega644P,
ATmega165P, and ATmega169P.

Add the patch mentioned in GCC bug report:

http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=26504

to support DWARF-2 generation, and enable the respective configuration
option.

Number of commits found: 3

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