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Number of commits: 113 (showing only 100 on this page) 1 | 2  »  
Sat, 1 Oct 2016
[ 18:21 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.18 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Update cloudabi-utils to v0.18.

Yesterday I released v0.17, but discovered that that version and all
previous versions did not yet build on macOS Sierra. Fixing that, I've
released v0.18. For FreeBSD, it should be identical to v0.17, but at
least ensures that portscout remains silent.
Fri, 30 Sep 2016
[ 16:29 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.17 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to version 0.17.

Compared to v0.16, its only new feature is that it provides support for
ARMv6. But this is exactly what we want.
Fri, 2 Sep 2016
[ 09:53 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-toolchain 1.7 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Add basic bits to the cloudabi-toolchain port to support ARMv6.

Though Clang 3.9 and LLD 3.9 will not provide all the necessary bits to
create fully working binaries for ARMv6, start off by putting symlinks
to the tools in place. By the time LLVM trunk fully supports it, I'll
add an option to this port to toggle between 3.9 and trunk.
Wed, 17 Aug 2016
[ 06:48 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi 0.8 devel files touched by this commit Constants, types and data structures used by CloudABI
cloudabi-utils 0.16 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi and cloudabi-utils to the latest upstream versions.

The most important change in these releases is that these versions now
provide very rudamentary support for i386.
Sun, 14 Aug 2016
[ 07:02 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-toolchain 1.6 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Switch the CloudABI toolchain over to the 3.9 release branch.

So far we had to stick to the development branch, as we depend on
various features not present in 3.8. For example, a robust version of
the LLD linker. Now that 3.9.0rc1 has been packaged, make use of that
one instead.
Wed, 10 Aug 2016
[ 21:23 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.15 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade to the latest version of cloudabi-utils, v0.15.

The most important change in this release is that it contains new
prebuilt binaries of cloudabi-reexec. These contain some important bug
fixes related to the handling of vDSOs, in a way that they provide
better forward compatibility.

In addition to that, the YAML parser in cloudabi-run follows the YAML
1.1 specification more closely.
[ 09:24 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-toolchain 1.5 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Extend cloudabi-toolchain to also install a toolchain for i686.

Clang already has the necessary bits on board to act as a cross compiler
for CloudABI for i686. Install the relevant symlinks for that as well.
Mon, 8 Aug 2016
[ 17:35 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi 0.7 devel files touched by this commit Constants, types and data structures used by CloudABI
Update the CloudABI definitions to version 0.7.

This version removes the native system call wrappers (the functions that
use "syscall" to invoke a system call). The reason for this is that this
will no longer be covered by the specification. Instead, userspace
processes must use the vDSO to invoke system calls.
Tue, 2 Aug 2016
[ 20:08 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.14 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to 0.14.

Earlier today version 0.13 got released, but it turned out it contained
a pretty major bug in IPv6 address handling (which was also present in
previous versions). While we're at it, just do another release to tackle
that.
[ 12:22 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.13 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to the latest upstream version.

Compared to version 0.12, it now includes more complete parsing of YAML
input. For example, it now automatically infers the typing of integers,
booleans, etc. without requiring explicit !!int / !!bool tags.
Sun, 31 Jul 2016
[ 09:41 ed ] Original commit 
falconseye 1.9.3_11 games files touched by this commit NetHack derivative
nethack34 3.4.3_9 games files touched by this commit Dungeon explorin', slashin', hackin' game
nethack36 3.6.0 games files touched by this commit Dungeon explorin', slashin', hackin' game
Don't let the Nethack ports declare srandom() themselves.

As the prototype of srandom() has changed, be sure to no longer declare
the prototype of this function ourselves. Instead, simply pull in the
<stdlib.h> header that declares this function.

Reported by:	antoine@
Reviewed by:	glewis@
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D7378
[ 08:27 ed ] Original commit 
super 3.30.0_1 security files touched by this commit Allow others to run commands as root
Remove local declarations of setgrent().

In the nearby future, I'm going to change the prototype of the
setgrent() function. Prevent this port from breaking by removing the
redundant local declarations of the setgrent() function it has.

PR:		211394 (exp-run)
Reviewed by:	antoine
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D7364
Fri, 15 Jul 2016
[ 07:39 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.12 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Update cloudabi-utils to the latest upstream version: 0.12.

This version only includes a couple of changes to the userspace
emulator (which isn't needed on FreeBSD >= 11.0):

- Support for sleeping on condition variables with monotonic clocks.
- More reliable emulation/handling of process descriptors (pdfork()).
Wed, 1 Jun 2016
[ 15:35 ed ] Original commit 
gdb 7.11_2 devel files touched by this commit GNU GDB of newer version than comes with the system
gdb66 6.6_3 devel  Broken Ignore files touched by this commit GNU GDB of newer version than comes with the system
Make GDB build when basename() is POSIX compliant.

GDB's libiberty.h has a prototype of the basename() function it which
does not match the one that is part of POSIX, declared in libgen.h. This
is normally never visible, as GDB never includes libgen.h. On FreeBSD,
it unfortunately is, as our locally added copy of kgdb includes both.

Fix up libiberty.h to just include libgen.h. I'm currently discussing
with upstream how a clean fix should be done, but I guess that
requires more refactoring to the existing code. We'd better not bother
importing that and stick to this compact workaround.

Reviewed by:	bapt@, mi@, Luca Pizzamiglio
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D6630
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