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Number of commits found: 7
Sun, 2 Jul 2017
[ 12:36 mmokhi ] |
devel/csmith: Update csmith to 2.3.0
This new version contains many changes including:
. Added a CMake-based build system (as well as Autoconf-based system).
. Improved ability to generate C++-compatible code:
First, the command-line option --lang-cpp now sets other
options automatically (--match-exact-qualifiers,
Second, the new command-line option --cpp11 tells Csmith to generate
C++11-compatible code. The default is to generate C++03-compatible code.
. Added command-line options:
--global-variables / --no-global-variables: allow or disallow global
variables (allowed by default)
--const-struct-union-fields / --no-const-struct-union-fields: allow or(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
Sun, 4 Jan 2015
[ 20:51 pawel ] |
- Update to version 2.2.0
- Add new maintainer's mirror to MASTER_SITES
- Submitter is new maintainer
- Add PKGNAME to PLIST_SUB and use it to parameterize include directory
Submitted by: A.J. "Fonz" van Werven <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 27 Oct 2014
[ 10:10 bapt ] |
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Fri, 29 Aug 2014
[ 21:48 tijl ] |
Add USES=libtool and INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
Fri, 8 Mar 2013
[ 20:23 eadler ] |
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Clean up my ports (and a couple of ports@ owned ones):
- Fix COMMENT
- Add MAKE_JOBS_SAFE where appropriate
- Change ordering of LICENSE lines
- Fix new header format
Reviewed by: drogoh (on irc)
Wed, 23 Nov 2011
[ 05:33 eadler ] |
- update to 2.1
- remove build patches
New features in this release:
- By default, functions and global variables are marked as "static" permitting
compilers to optimize more aggressivELY IN SOme cases.
- We now try harder to get auto-vectorizers and other loop optimizers in trouble
by generating code that is more idiomatic and therefore more likely to be
optimized. In particular, array indices are in-bounds by construction instead of
by using % operators.
- Unions are supported.
- The comma operator is supported, as in x = (y, 1, z, 3).
- Embedded assignments are supported, as in x = 1 + (y = z).
- The pre/post increment/decrement operators are supported.
- A --no-safe-math mode was added, which avoids calling the safe math wrappers.
This is useful when trying to crash compilers but the resulting executables
should not be run since they are very likely to have undefined behavior.
Feature safe: yes
Tue, 25 Oct 2011
[ 20:54 eadler ] |
Csmith is a tool that can generate random C programs that statically
and dynamically conform to the C99 standard. Thus, it is useful for
stress-testing compilers, static analyzers, and other tools that
process C code. Csmith has found bugs in every tool that it has
tested, and over the last several years we have used it to find
and report more than 350 previously-unknown compiler bugs.
Approved by: bapt (mentor)
Number of commits found: 7
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