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found something from the cache
non port: head/lang/icc/files/patch-include
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Number of commits found: 5

Sat, 11 Jan 2003
[ 17:21 netchild ] Original commit 
1.24 lang/icc/Makefile
1.6 lang/icc/distinfo
1.2 lang/icc/files/cpio-exclude
1.5 lang/icc/files/ld.c
1.5 lang/icc/files/patch-icc
1.4 lang/icc/files/patch-icpc
1.5 lang/icc/files/patch-include
1.6 lang/icc/pkg-descr
1.10 lang/icc/pkg-plist
Update icc to 7.0.078.

Note:
Object files built with version 6.0 of Intel(R) Compilers may not link
properly with objects built with version 7.0 of Intel(R) Compilers.
Rebuilding of the object files is suggested.

Changes between the submitted version and the committed version:
 - update to 078 instead of 075
 - treat excessive parameters in function calls as an error instead
   of a warning (removed compatibility with a not named MS product, as
   suggested by Intel)
 - allow to override the INTEL_FLEXLM_LICENSE variable

From the submitter:
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Tue, 17 Sep 2002
[ 12:10 netchild ] Original commit 
1.17 lang/icc/Makefile
1.2 lang/icc/files/cxa_atexit.c
1.1 lang/icc/files/cxa_finalize.c
1.1 lang/icc/files/errno_location.c
1.4 lang/icc/files/ld
1.1 lang/icc/files/ld.c
1.2 lang/icc/files/patch-icc
1.1 lang/icc/files/patch-icpc
1.4 lang/icc/files/patch-include
1.2 lang/icc/files/stderr.c

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- C++ support: fix to work also on -current, work around broken exception
  handling when generating shared objects with binutils/ld 2.12.[0,1], link
  in the icc C++ ABI definitions not those of gcc
- remove libcprts (STL): it has unresolvable glibc dependencies in both,
  dynamic and static, versions, therefore is not usable and entirely unneeded
  when libstlport is used instead
- add libimf (Intel's optimized math functions library), while there's no
  measurable speed improvement (at least for the functions tested) in
  comparison to FreeBSD's libm beyond the "normal" icc vs. gcc boost icc
  occasionally produces code depending on libimf when told to optimize for
  Pentium 4
- replace the ld-script with a wrapper written in C as (c)sh is a bit limited
  and long winded for that purpose
- minor stuff and cleanup

Submitted by:   marius@alchemy.franken.de
Tue, 20 Aug 2002
[ 10:01 netchild ] Original commit 
1.15 lang/icc/Makefile
1.1 lang/icc/files/cxa_atexit.c
1.3 lang/icc/files/ld
1.1 lang/icc/files/patch-icc
1.3 lang/icc/files/patch-include
1.1 lang/icc/files/stderr.c
1.6 lang/icc/pkg-plist
- add category: devel
- use reinplace command where appropriate
- gzip man page
- clarify download instructions (1)
- fix typo in a comment (2)
- preparation for successfull C++ compiles (2, minor changes by me)

Even if I bumped the port revision for the C++ parts, there's no need to
update yet, wait until I commit the icc-stlport.

Requested by:   mi (1)
Submitted by:   Marius Strobl <marius@alchemy.franken.de> (2)
Mon, 13 May 2002
[ 13:58 netchild ] Original commit 
1.244 LEGAL
1.5 lang/icc/Makefile
1.2 lang/icc/distinfo
1.2 lang/icc/files/patch-iccvars.csh
1.2 lang/icc/files/patch-include
1.2 lang/icc/pkg-plist
Update icc from 5.0.1 to 6.0.139.
Tue, 26 Mar 2002
[ 17:01 netchild ] Original commit 
1.284 lang/Makefile
1.1 lang/icc/Makefile
1.1 lang/icc/distinfo
1.1 lang/icc/files/patch-include
1.1 lang/icc/pkg-comment
1.1 lang/icc/pkg-descr
1.1 lang/icc/pkg-plist
This is Intels C/C++ compiler. It is setup to produce native FreeBSD objects.
This port is not able to produce native executables on its own. You need to do
it yourself with gcc.

Approved by:    steve

Number of commits found: 5

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