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Number of commits found: 3

Wed, 14 Jun 2017
[ 21:31 gerald ] Original commit   Revision:443603
443603 lang/gcc46/pkg-descr
443603 lang/gcc47/pkg-descr
443603 lang/gcc48/pkg-descr
443603 lang/gcc49/pkg-descr
Adjust WWW reference in pkg-descr to https and avoid a trailing slash
for all lang/gcc4* ports.
Mon, 1 May 2017
[ 08:15 gerald ] Original commit   Revision:439859
439859 lang/gcc49/Makefile
439859 lang/gcc49/files/java-patch-hier
439859 lang/gcc49/pkg-descr
439859 lang/gcc49/pkg-plist
Remove Java support (both in terms of the JAVA option and everything
associated with it as well as java from CATEGORIES).

In addition to changes to Makefile, pkg-plist, and pkg-descr, this also
removes files/java-patch-hier.

GCC 4.9 was first released in summer 2014 and went end-of-life upstream
a year ago, but GCC 5 is very well established by now and also provides
support for Java (GCJ/libgcj), and so does GCC 6, and this simplifies
this port significantly and also speeds up the build.

While we are here, streamline the setting of INFO.
Sun, 24 Mar 2013
[ 23:03 gerald ] Original commit   Revision:315178
315178 lang/Makefile
315178 lang/gcc49
315178 lang/gcc49/Makefile
315178 lang/gcc49/distinfo
315178 lang/gcc49/pkg-descr
315178 lang/gcc49/pkg-plist
Now that GCC 4.8.0 has been released, welcome GCC 4.9 in its very,
very early development stages.

Business as usual with the C, C++, Fortran, Java compilers and tools
invoked as gcc49, g++49, gfortran49, gcj49 and so forth. Initially
this may be relatively stable due to the GCC 4.8.0 stabilization
efforts, but be prepared for a rough ride the coming months as this
goes through active development.

Number of commits found: 3

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