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Number of commits found: 8

Sat, 24 May 2014
[ 21:46 marino ] Original commit 
355093 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
lang/gnat_util: Carry impunit.ad[bs] source files

The GNAT Programming Studio needs the impunit.ad[bs] files in order
to create a menu based on the gnat source code.  Just carry these
source files with the others that are used to build gnat_util and then
use the GPS port makefile to pull it in as needed.  A quick check with
poudriere indicates that ports dependent on gnat_util still build fine.
Thu, 22 May 2014
[ 21:44 marino ] Original commit 
354892 devel/gnatcoll/Makefile
354892 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__tools.gpr
354892 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
354892 lang/gnat_util/files/Makefile
354892 lang/gnat_util/files/set_std_prefix.c
354892 lang/gnat_util/files/update_path.c
lang/gnat_util: Add set_std_prefix and update_path symbols

Rather than require each user of libgnat_util to link in set_std_prefix
and update_path functions, let's assume each user needs the same version
of these functions and just add them directly to the library.

Adjust gnatcoll accordingly -- hack no longer necessary.
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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Mon, 17 Feb 2014
[ 00:09 marino ] Original commit 
344638 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
lang/gnat_util: Fix licenses in PLIST

The post-install target was overwriting the licenses
which were already present in $TMPPLIST

reported-by: antoine
Sat, 15 Feb 2014
[ 16:33 marino ] Original commit 
344432 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
lang/gnat_util: Specify LICENSE (GPLv3 + GPLv3RLE, same as gcc base)
Sun, 10 Nov 2013
[ 15:20 marino ] Original commit 
333404 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
lang/gnat_util: Convert to staging
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 19:53 bapt ] Original commit 
327741 lang/Gofer/Makefile
327741 lang/STk/Makefile
327741 lang/Sather/Makefile
327741 lang/abcl/Makefile
327741 lang/adacontrol/Makefile
327741 lang/afnix/Makefile
327741 lang/algol68g/Makefile
327741 lang/alisp/Makefile
327741 lang/angelscript/Makefile
327741 lang/arena/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
lang)
Sun, 21 Jul 2013
[ 14:12 marino ] Original commit 
323388 lang/Makefile
323388 lang/gnat_util
323388 lang/gnat_util/Makefile
323388 lang/gnat_util/Makefile.sources
323388 lang/gnat_util/files
323388 lang/gnat_util/files/Makefile
323388 lang/gnat_util/files/gnat_util.gpr
323388 lang/gnat_util/files/patch-gnatvsn.adb
323388 lang/gnat_util/files/sdefault_adb.gnat_util
323388 lang/gnat_util/pkg-descr
Add new port: lang/gnat_util

There are a number of GNAT tools that have to be build using the same
exact sources as the compiler that it serves.  Two examples of this are
GPRbuild and ASIS.  The latter is an important component of several other
language semantic tools.

Accordingly, a separate port is being created to build a static library
that need these compiler sources.  Incidentally, diverging sources is the
reason devel/gprbuild-aux stopped building after lang/gcc-aux was upgraded.
With this new scheme, this type of failure should no longer occur.

This is a dependency of the upcoming lang/asis port, and must be specified
as a build dependency by any port that needs ASIS.

Approved by: 	bapt (mentor)

Number of commits found: 8

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