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Number of commits found: 6

Wed, 15 Oct 2014
[ 11:25 marino ] Original commit 
370904 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.version
370904 lang/gcc-aux/distinfo
370904 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
370904 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
370904 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran
lang/gcc-aux: Update version 20140422 (4.9.0) => 20140716 (4.9.1)
Tue, 13 May 2014
[ 21:19 marino ] Original commit 
353999 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.version
353999 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
353999 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
353999 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx
353999 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran
353999 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran-testsuite
lang/gcc-aux: Bring in latest diffs-*

I should have done this when I bumped the port port earlier.  A few
of the changes to the diff-* files directly affect FreeBSD although
most are results of other platforms (NetBSD, OpenBSD mainly)

The most invasive change was exchanging strcpy and printf for their
"n" versions.  It was to make OpenBSD happy but the code is better
for it.
Wed, 9 Apr 2014
[ 13:52 marino ] Original commit 
350703 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.version
350703 lang/gcc-aux/distinfo
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada-testsuite
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx-testsuite
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/patch-Makefile.def
350703 lang/gcc-aux/files/patch-Makefile.in
lang/gcc-aux: Upgrade from 30 March snapshot to 6 April

Since the April 6 snapshot, a lot of work has entered the GCC tree to
fix the arm-android GNAT port.  Currently it passes everything except
stack checking.

A lot of the additional lines in diff-ada will be removed with the
next snapshot.  Future plans also include significantly reducing the
size of the diff-cxx-testsuite file too.
Sat, 22 Mar 2014
[ 12:31 marino ] Original commit 
348790 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.version
348790 lang/gcc-aux/distinfo
348790 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
348790 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
348790 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran
348790 lang/gcc-aux/files/patch-Makefile.def
348790 lang/gcc-aux/files/patch-Makefile.in
lang/gcc-aux: Fix parallel jobs build (GCC bug)

The cause for the build errors are due to a GCC makefile bug.
C++ is now required to build gnattools, but libstdc++ was not listed
as a dependency.  The fix for this bug will be posted to GCC's bugzilla
shortly.  While here, bump gcc-aux to the latest snapshot (16 March).
Now gcc-aux passes Redports 8x.

Reported by: pkg-fallout
Fri, 14 Mar 2014
[ 08:36 marino ] Original commit 
348170 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile
348170 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.common
348170 lang/gcc-aux/Makefile.version
348170 lang/gcc-aux/distinfo
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-ada-testsuite
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-core
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-cxx-testsuite
348170 lang/gcc-aux/files/diff-fortran

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lang/gcc-aux: Upgrade from gcc-4.7.3 to gcc49-20140302 snapshot

GCC4.9 hasn't been released yet, but the Ada portion of it is pretty
stable and perfectly passes ACATS and gnat.dg testsuites.  The only
trick was to change the unwind mechanism on i386 away from KERN_PS_STRINGS
because it will not work with 32-bit compatability mode on AMD64.  This
is because on AMD64, the signal trampoline is located on a random area
on a shared page rather than a fixed location before KERN_PS_STRINGS.  To
support both true i386 and AMD64-32 compatibility mode, unwind now looks
for frame pattern in all cases.  Apparently stack checking has been broken
on AMD64-32 until now.

It is important to get the Ada Framework in ports to be based on gcc49
because this compiler supports the full Ada-2012 standard implementation,
and in fact some new programs require this already.
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Tue, 31 Jul 2012
[ 17:35 culot ] Original commit 
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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