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Tue, 31 May 2016
[ 20:07 rodrigo ] Original commit   Revision:416217
416217 devel/libcxxrt/Makefile
416217 devel/libcxxrt/files
416217 devel/libcxxrt/files/patch-src_exception.cc
416217 devel/libcxxrt/files/patch-test_CMakeLists.txt
416217 devel/libcxxrt/files/patch-test_test__foreign__exceptions.cc
416217 devel/libcxxrt/pkg-descr
Fix crash when libcxxrt exceptions been freed by a different language runtime,
and when libcxxrt itself free foreign exceptions.

Unwind API was specifically designed to allow mixed language environments where
exceptions from different runtimes interoperate. One particular example is
C++/LuaJit combination. Due to the issues in libcxxrt, databases/tarantool
crashes
when linked against libcxxrt.

The issue was merged by upstream butat the moment not officially released.
https://github.com/pathscale/libcxxrt/pull/32

PR:		204786
Submitted by:	Nick Zavaritsky <mejedi@gmail.com>
Approved by:	Mahdi Mokhtari <mokhi64@gmail.com> (maintainer)
Wed, 29 Jan 2014
[ 18:19 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:341767
341767 devel/Makefile
341767 devel/libcxxrt
341767 devel/libcxxrt/Makefile
341767 devel/libcxxrt/distinfo
341767 devel/libcxxrt/pkg-descr
341767 devel/libcxxrt/pkg-plist
Add libcxxrt into the ports tree, that is a necessary piece of bringing
a one true unique c++ ABI for the ports tree

Number of commits found: 2

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