|non port: head/lang/gcc34/pkg-plist
Number of commits found: 24
Tue, 21 Jan 2014
[ 23:40 bapt ] |
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Fix properties on pkg-plist
Sun, 6 Nov 2011
[ 10:18 gerald ] |
Remove support for Objective C. None of the dependencies left needs it.
Thu, 31 Dec 2009
[ 09:11 gerald ] |
Remove NO_MANCOMPRESS which is not necessary on relevant versions of
FreeBSD any more. Sort pkg-plist consistently.
Sat, 17 Jun 2006
[ 15:47 gerald ] |
Make CONFIGURE_ARGS additive, for the sake of child ports and to
bring my lang/gcc* ports more in sync.
Employ the new USE_LDCONFIG feature, which allows us to get rid of
the various, much more manual and error-prone hacks we needed so far.
Reviewed by: flz (for lang/gcc40)
Sun, 26 Mar 2006
[ 18:08 gerald ] |
Update to the GCC 3.4.6 release, which concludes the GCC 3.4 release
series. Move from tracking snapshots to the official release sources,
which requires an EPOCH bump, unfortunately.
Remove the cklatest target which we just do not need any longer.
Always build both shared and static libraries instead of having these as
two exclusive options defaulting to the former.
Fix handling of shared libraries via rc.d for non-default prefixes and
move the rc.d script from PLIST_FILES to pkg-plist.
Do not strip some of the the binaries any longer.
No longer hardcode the version number in LATEST_LINK.
Sun, 22 Jan 2006
[ 02:18 edwin ] |
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Replace ugly "@unexec rmdir %D... 2>/dev/null || true" with @dirrmtry
Approved by: krion@
PR: ports/88711 (related)
Thu, 29 Dec 2005
[ 00:02 gerald ] |
Update to the 20051227 snapshot of GCC 3.4.6.
Remove broken removal of the info/gcc34 directory; this has to be
handled by Mk/bsd.ports.mk.
Wed, 21 Dec 2005
[ 22:38 gerald ] |
Update to the 20051220 snapshot of GCC 3.4.6.
Install the .info files of the lang/gcc34 port in a port-specific
subdirectory, which allows us to remove the conflicts with lang/gcc40
and lang/gcc41 and also removes the hidden conflict with lang/gcc33.
Also, convert pkg-plist to use a new substitution (%%SUFFIX%%) instead
of hardcoding the version number 34.
Tue, 5 Jul 2005
[ 20:10 gerald ] |
Remove support for Java, not the least because libjava only builds on i386,
Java in GCC 4.x is so much better, and this reduces build time and download
bandwidth required for this "legacy" port whose main purpose is to support
package building on FreeBSD 4.x quite a bit.
Submitted by: obrien
Mon, 16 May 2005
[ 20:55 gerald ] |
We no longer need to/should remove libdata/pkgconfig.
Pointed out by: pav
[ 16:18 gerald ] |
Update to the 20050513 snapshot of GCC 3.4.4.
Clean up MASTER_SITES. Add conflicts with the gcc40 and gcc41 ports.
Simplify the handling of libraries which are not installed in all
configurations and put the libgcj libraries in the same directory
as all others, getting rid of the libtool .la archives on the way.
No longer install fsf-funding.7 gfdl.7 gpl.7, remove some cruft from
the post-install target, and simplify generation of the dynamic parts
of the packaging list.
Sun, 19 Dec 2004
[ 23:45 gerald ] |
Update to the 20041217 snapshot of GCC 3.4.4. On the way, properly remove
the libdata/pkgconfig directory.
Pointed out by: pointyhat/kris
Thu, 16 Dec 2004
[ 10:11 maho ] |
Back out to original. Maho (myself) committed
at different place.
Pointy hat to: maho
Submitted by: pav
[ 09:16 maho ] |
gcc-ooo, gcc compiler for OpenOffice.org 2.0 or later
compilation. This version of gcc is as same as which
Hamburg team use to develop OpenOffice.org, applying
o visiblity fix
o emum fix
For detail, see the announce:
Many thanks to: Pavel Janik <Pavel at Janik.cz>
Fri, 3 Sep 2004
[ 17:42 vs ] |
Fix location of pkgconfig-data
Approved by: gerald
Mon, 22 Mar 2004
[ 02:10 obrien ] |
Use a different method to remove possibly shared directory, so we can
Submitted by: kris
Sat, 20 Mar 2004
[ 19:50 obrien ] |
Remove libexec/gcc/%%GNU_HOST%% and libexec/gcc on pkg_delete.
Sun, 14 Mar 2004
[ 21:33 gerald ] |
Add a WITHOUT_LIBJAVA know, which disables building libgcj and thus saves
quite some build time and also disk. Make this the default on sparc64 and
ia64 where libgcj has not been ported to and thus fix long-standing packaging
issues on these two platforms.
On the way, update to the 20040310 snapshot of GCC 3.4.0.
PR: 63427 (mostly)
Thu, 22 Jan 2004
[ 11:58 gerald ] |
Update to the 2004-01-14 snapshot of GCC 3.4.
Merge in my 2004/01/17 change to the gcc33 port to configure with
--program-suffix and related and further simplifications.
Merge in my 2004/01/13 change to the gcc33 port to make the automatic
generation of the package list for libraries and include files more
failure tolerant, so that at least `make install` now works on sparc64.
Merge in my 2004/01/05 change to the gcc33 port to combine and simplify
the post-install handling of target libraries and GCJ include files.
libgcj still is not supported and packaging is broken on sparc64; mark
BROKEN on that platform.
Sat, 10 Jan 2004
[ 12:20 gerald ] |
Update to the 2004-01-07 snapshot of GCC 3.4. Merge in my 2004-01-05
changes which combine and simplify the post-install handling of target
libraries and GCJ include files and my 2003-12-14 change which simplifies
handling of .info files from the lang/gcc33 port.
Fri, 9 Jan 2004
[ 22:04 gerald ] |
Fix packaging which was quite broken. On the way, update PORTVERSION to
match the new versioning scheme in GCC-land and adjust the renaming of
gccbug to the scheme used by the other programs installed by this port.
Sun, 14 Dec 2003
[ 02:35 gerald ] |
Update to the 2003-12-10 mainline snapshot of GCC which has fixes for (at
least) two FreeBSD-related problems I had reported against the previous
Make some final adjustments to track changes in directory layout between
GCC 3.3 and 3.4, make some simplifications, and remove the BROKEN tag.
Thu, 4 Dec 2003
[ 16:20 gerald ] |
Update to the 2003-11-26 snapshot and fix several packaging issues.
Import significant simplifications of the post-install handling of
GCJ include files from the gcc33 port. Use the new INFO= facility.
The port is still (marked) broken, but should essentially work out
of the box once the remaining upstream bugs have been fixed.
Fri, 14 Nov 2003
[ 22:01 gerald ] |
Update from repo-copy of lang/gcc33 to the 2003-11-12 snapshot of GCC 3.4.
There is no bounds-checking patch for GCC 3.4 yet, extended printf format
checking for FreeBSD has not been ported yet, and the port is BROKEN due
to weird libjava build failures which occur if and only if building from
within the FreeBSD ports system.
Number of commits found: 24