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Fri, 12 Jun 2015
[ 23:03 marino ] Original commit 
389306 lang/modula3/Makefile
389306 lang/modula3/distinfo
lang/modula3: Generate new distfile to reduce size by 60Mb

There are no significant changes between this version and the previous
one, but the head of upstream is significantly smaller.  This reduces
the distfile from 150Mb to 91Mb.
Thu, 4 Jun 2015
[ 22:15 marino ] Original commit 
388555 lang/modula3/Makefile
388555 lang/modula3/distinfo
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-comm_tcp_src_POSIX_IP.m3
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-libs_m3core_src_unix_Common_Unetdb.c
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-sys_cminstall_src_config-no-install_FreeBSD.common
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-sys_m3cc_gcc_configure
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-scripts_pkgcmds.sh
388555 lang/modula3/files/patch-scripts_python_make-dist.py
388555 lang/modula3/pkg-plist
lang/modula3: Upgrade 5.8.6 => pre-5.10.0

Modula3 hasn't had a proper release in close to 5 years.  However, the
project has moved to github and has been under slow continuous
development.  The internal version was recently switch to 5.10.0, but
this is not a release.

A new build script is used which simplifies the port makefile and even
the generation of new bootstrap compilers.  However, the original 5.8.6
bootstrap still works with some inline modifications.

This version still uses the gcc backend, but eventually it could be
switched to the new c-backend, something that DragonFly could use as
well.  The base has been moved from $LOCALBASE to $LOCALBASE/cm3, so
the "example" programs are back with the rest.
Thu, 2 Jan 2014
[ 02:34 marino ] Original commit 
338413 lang/Makefile
338413 lang/modula3
338413 lang/modula3/Makefile
338413 lang/modula3/distinfo
338413 lang/modula3/files
338413 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-comm_tcp_src_POSIX_IP.m3
338413 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-libs_m3core_src_unix_Common_Unetdb.c
338413 lang/modula3/files/patch-m3-sys_m3cc_gcc_configure
338413 lang/modula3/files/patch-scripts_pkgcmds.sh
338413 lang/modula3/pkg-descr
Add lang/modula3: Critical Mass implementation of Modula-3

This is a huge port.  It probably should be split into several separate
ports, but Modula-3's lack of popularity doesn't justify the large
effort that would require yet.

This port will download a "bootstrap" compiler which builds a fresh
compiler and small set of core components.  The fresh compiler will
then build everything else.  This includes, among other things:

* CM3 Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
* CM3 Code Generator based on gcc 4.3
* CM3 Middle- and back- ends
* CVSup (CM3 is too new to build the CVSUP already in ports)
* M3 GDB (GNU Debugger)
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