FreshPorts -- The Place For Ports If you buy from Amazon USA, please support us by using this link.
Follow us

non port: head/lang/asis/distinfo

Number of commits found: 4

Tue, 23 Jun 2015
[ 22:20 marino ] Original commit 
390464 Mk/Uses/
390464 devel/gnatcoll/Makefile
390464 devel/gnatcoll/distinfo
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-configure
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__iconv.gpr
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_iconv_with__iconv_iconv__support.c
390464 devel/gnatcoll/pkg-plist
390464 devel/gps/Makefile
390464 devel/gps/distinfo

(Only the first 10 of 55 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Ada Framework: Switch to gcc5-aux, upgrade 6 packages at once

The transition from gcc-aux to gcc5-aux in the Ada framework has been
blocked by the inability to build gtkada3 and, once resolved, GPS (due
to tight locking with compiler).

A few days ago, Adacore made their annual release of their main libre
products, include GPS.  However, some products were tightly coupled with
the recent compilers, so in order to upgrade, the compiler had to be
switched and dependencies require many ports to be upgraded at once:

  * lang/asis
  * devel/gnatcoll
  * devel/gps
  * x11-toolkits/gtkada3
(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above View all of this commit message)
Thu, 15 May 2014
[ 18:40 marino ] Original commit 
354164 lang/asis/Makefile
354164 lang/asis/distinfo
354164 lang/asis/files/patch-Makefile.stub
354164 lang/asis/files/patch-asis_a4g-gnat__int.adb
lang/asis: Upgrade version 2013 => 2014

The annual Adacore release happened!
Fri, 14 Mar 2014
[ 08:37 marino ] Original commit 
348174 lang/asis/Makefile
348174 lang/asis/distinfo
348174 lang/asis/files/patch-Makefile
348174 lang/asis/files/patch-Makefile.stub
348174 lang/asis/files/patch-asis__bld.gpr
348174 lang/asis/files/patch-asis_a4g-gnat__int.adb
348174 lang/asis/files/patch-asis_asis.gpr
lang/asis: New version as result of gcc-aux upgrade to gcc49

The ASIS source has to be matched with the compiler source of the compiler
that builds it.  ASIS is always tricky because it's matched to annual
releases of GNAT GPL, and never to GNAT FSF.  However, after disabling the
useless (and faulty) strong version check, ASIS 2013 seems to work okay
with gcc49.  At least the two ports that use it seem to work ok.
Sun, 21 Jul 2013
[ 14:17 marino ] Original commit 
323389 lang/Makefile
323389 lang/asis
323389 lang/asis/Makefile
323389 lang/asis/distinfo
323389 lang/asis/files
323389 lang/asis/files/patch-Makefile
323389 lang/asis/files/patch-Makefile.stub
323389 lang/asis/files/patch-asis__bld.gpr
323389 lang/asis/files/patch-asis_asis.gpr
323389 lang/asis/pkg-descr
Add new port: lang/asis

This is ASIS, the Ada Semantic Interface Specification.
ASIS is tightly coupled with lang/gcc-aux and must be built with the same
sources.  For this reason, ASIS will not work with other Ada compilers,
including GNAT GPL (lang/gnat).

ASIS is a dependency of several upcoming Ada ports.

Approved by:	bapt (mentor)

Number of commits found: 4

User Login
Create account

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, SuperNews, and RootBSD

This site
What is FreshPorts?
About the authors
How big is it?
The latest upgrade!

Enter Keywords:

Latest Vulnerabilities
a2psNov 22
kibana4Nov 22
libxml2Nov 20
firefoxNov 19
firefox-esrNov 19
libxulNov 19
linux-firefoxNov 19
linux-seamonkeyNov 19
linux-thunderbirdNov 19
nsprNov 19
nssNov 19
seamonkeyNov 19
thunderbirdNov 19
gdmNov 18
moodle28Nov 16

27 vulnerabilities affecting 58 ports have been reported in the past 14 days

* - modified, not new

All vulnerabilities

Deleted ports
Sanity Test Failures

NEW Graphs (Javascript)

Calculated hourly:
Port count 25490
Broken 477
Deprecated 236
Ignore 764
Forbidden 2
Restricted 207
Vulnerable 46
Expired 98
Set to expire 219
Interactive 0
new 24 hours 1
new 48 hours2
new 7 days32
new fortnight89
new month165

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, SuperNews, and RootBSD
Valid HTML, CSS, and RSS.
Copyright © 2000-2014 Dan Langille. All rights reserved.