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non port: head/devel/i386-rtems-gdb/pkg-plist.sparc-rtems
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 24 Jun 2007
[ 08:16 stas ] Original commit 
1.5 devel/arm-rtems-binutils/Makefile
1.6 devel/arm-rtems-g77/Makefile
1.7 devel/arm-rtems-gcc/Makefile
1.9 devel/arm-rtems-gdb/Makefile
1.5 devel/arm-rtems-objc/Makefile
1.30 devel/i386-rtems-binutils/Makefile
1.11 devel/i386-rtems-binutils/distinfo
1.3 devel/i386-rtems-binutils/files/patch-aa
1.2 devel/i386-rtems-binutils/files/patch-etc::Makefile.in
1.4 devel/i386-rtems-binutils/pkg-descr

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- Update the rtems ports collection. Now these ports will be slaves of
  more generic cross-* ports, that will simplify updating and bug fixes.

  * Update binutils to 2.17
  * Update gcc to 4.2.0
  * Update gdb to 6.6

- Deprecate ports for i960 architecture abandoned by mainstream
- Deprecate *-g77 and *-objc ports, support for these languages can
  be enabled via OPTIONS in relative *-gcc ports.
- Take maintainership.

Approved by:    ade (maintainer)
Sat, 21 Feb 2004
[ 17:36 jeh ] Original commit 
1.16 devel/i386-rtems-gdb/Makefile
1.3 devel/i386-rtems-gdb/pkg-plist.sparc-rtems
1.5 devel/sparc-rtems-gdb/Makefile
Disable building the simulator on sparc until I can figure out how to
make it compile again, > 5.2 only.

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Number of commits found: 2

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