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301801 lang/Makefile
301801 lang/gcc-aux
301801 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile
301801 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.common
301801 lang/gcc-aux/distinfo
301801 lang/gcc-aux/files
301801 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
301801 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada-testsuite
301801 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
301801 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx

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gcc-aux is the successor to the gcc-4.6-based lang/gnat-aux.  Originally it
was planned for lang/gnat-aux to upgrade to version 4.7, then 4.8, etc.
However, some cross-compilers are based on it and there are some significant
differences between gcc 4.6 and 4.7. lang/gnat-aux also installs with a
${LOCALBASE} of /usr/local which has a high potential of file conflicts with
other lang/ compilers. Another reason for keeping them separate is just about
every Ada program will need to be patched for it due to new binding
interpretations stemming from Ada-2012 work. Simply updating gnat-aux would
break them all instantly.

The AUX compiler supports several languages: Ada, C, C++, Fortran and
Objective-C.  Since Ada support must be built by an Ada-capable compiler, only
platforms for which a bootstrap compiler is available can build the AUX
compiler.
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