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non port: head/lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 6 Apr 2014
[ 11:32 marino ] Original commit 
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv5/Makefile
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv5/files/pkg-message.in
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv5/pkg-descr
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv5/pkg-plist
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv7/Makefile
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv7/files/pkg-message.in
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv7/pkg-descr
350350 lang/gnatdroid-armv7/pkg-plist
350350 lang/gnatdroid-binutils/Makefile
350350 lang/gnatdroid-binutils/pkg-plist

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lang/gnatdroid-*: Update sysroot to Android API level 9 -> level 19

This is the first of two steps to update the gnatdroid ARM cross-
compilers.  The sysroot was 10 versions behind the current API level
of 19.  The latest API level drops ARMv5 support, but the API is
backwards compatible, so if applications restrict themselves to
level 18 features, then ARMv5 should still be usable.

The next step is to base the cross compilers on GCC 4.9 instead of the
GCC 4.7-based gcc47-aux port.
Mon, 5 Sep 2011
[ 12:53 culot ] Original commit 
1.740 lang/Makefile
1.1 lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/Makefile
1.1 lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/distinfo
1.1 lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/files/patch-stat.h
1.1 lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/pkg-descr
1.1 lang/gnatdroid-sysroot/pkg-plist
This package is used by lang/gnatdroid to install the system root of
Android 2.3 (API Level 9) of the ARM architecture. The ARM cross-tools
are built using these files, which in turn is required for the GNAT
FreeBSD->ARM cross-compiler that is gnatdroid.

WWW: http://www.dragonlace.net

PR:             ports/160423
Submitted by:   John Marino <freebsdml@marino.st>

Number of commits found: 2

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