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Number of commits: 78
Sun, 28 Jun 2015
[ 09:53 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-toolchain 1.0 devel new! files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Add devel/cloudabi-toolchain, a metaport to install all of the toolchain.

We can't reasonably expect that people want to install 7 ports to get a
working C/C++ toolchain. Add a simple metaport to install all of them in
one go.

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2929
Reviewed by:	bapt
Sat, 27 Jun 2015
[ 20:34 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-libc++ 0.240527 devel new! files touched by this commit C++ standard template library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++abi 0.240527 devel new! files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
cloudabi-libunwind 0.240527 devel new! files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
Add libc++, libc++abi and libunwind for CloudABI.

In order to get C++ support for CloudABI working, we need to import
three libraries from LLVM, namely libc++, libc++abi and libunwind. Even
though they are installed separately, there seems to be a circular
dependency between them:

- libc++ depends on an internal header from libc++abi.
- libc++abi depends on public headers from libc++, but also an internal
  header from libunwind.
- similarly, libunwind depends on public headers from libc++, but also
  an internal header from libc++abi.

This change adds three new ports for these libraries. As with
compiler-rt, it seems to be almost impossible to use the cmake
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Tue, 23 Jun 2015
[ 19:27 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-compiler-rt 0.240389 devel new! files touched by this commit Compiler runtime library for CloudABI
Add devel/cloudabi-compiler-rt.

This is the last port that is needed to have a working C toolchain for
CloudABI. C++ still requires libc++, libc++abi and libunwind. These will
be added later.

As mentioned in the comments, we don't use CMake to build compiler-rt,
as this is too hard in this specific instance. CMake sort of depends on
compiler-rt to be present, which is a bit weird.

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2892
Reviewed by:	bapt
[ 08:44 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-clang 1.0 lang new! files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Use the right category.

The port is placed in lang/ so use that instead.
[ 08:41 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-cloudlibc 0.1 devel new! files touched by this commit C library for CloudABI
Add devel/cloudabi-cloudlibc.

CloudABI uses a C library called cloudlibc. It's similar to a standard
UNIX C library, except that all features that use global namespaces have
been removed. The advantage is that this causes compiler errors when
trying to use existing software, instead of causing it to fail in
unpredictable ways at runtime.

This package installs a copy of cloudlibc for CloudABI/x86-64 (the only
supported platform for now). It is installed in the right place, so that
Clang and Binutils can find the headers/library archives.

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2886
Approved by:	bapt
[ 08:38 ed ] Original commit   Sanity Test Failure
cloudabi-clang 1.0 lang  Refresh new! files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Add cloudabi-clang.

This port adds the necessary symbolic links to make Clang work as a
cross compiler for CloudABI. Clang can automatically derive its target
from argv[0]. We don't need to install another copy of Clang. It is
sufficient to invoke it the right way.

CloudABI support is not yet part of a released version of Clang. This is
why we still need to depend on llvm-devel. My intent is to stick to a
fixed compiler version at one point in time.

PR:		200954
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2885
Approved by:	bapt
Sun, 21 Jun 2015
[ 13:41 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-binutils 2.25 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
New port: devel/cloudabi-binutils.

This port installs a copy of GNU Binutils that targets CloudABI.
CloudABI is a compact UNIX-like runtime environment built on
capability-based security. More details:

	https://github.com/NuxiNL/cloudlibc

Support for CloudABI has been upstreamed, but will only be part of
the upcoming version of Binutils. This port includes a backported copy
of the patchset. It can safely be removed if devel/binutils is bumped to
a newer version.

PR:		200968
Reviewed by:	bapt
Number of commits: 78
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