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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 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
Wed, 27 Apr 2016
[ 06:49 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.11 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Bump up the requirements for the version of FreeBSD.

The emulator now depends on a recent enough version of FreeBSD that has
a modern Capsicum implementation to work properly, which was when
__FreeBSD_version was bumped to 1001511.
Mon, 25 Apr 2016
[ 18:04 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.11 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to the latest version.

It turned out that the last release of cloudabi-utils contained buggy
copies of cloudabi-reexec, the trampoline executable that is used to
start the execution of CloudABI programs.
Sat, 23 Apr 2016
[ 07:58 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.10 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Update cloudabi-utils to version 0.10.

The only change compared to version 0.9 is that it attempts to fix the
build on systems that don't have utimensat(), such as FreeBSD 10.1.

Reviewed by:	bapt (sitting next to me)
Fri, 22 Apr 2016
[ 10:50 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi 0.6 devel files touched by this commit Constants, types and data structures used by CloudABI
cloudabi-utils 0.9 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to the latest version.

The latest version of cloudabi-run now includes an emulator for running
CloudABI executables. Though this emulator has been primarily developed
for Mac OS X, it also works reasonably well on FreeBSD. This means that
FreeBSD users can now experiment with CloudABI even on FreeBSD <11.

The new version of cloudabi-utils now depends on an additional package,
simply called cloudabi. This package installs a set of headers that
describe the actual binary interface that programs can use.

Reviewed by:	beat
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D6056
Wed, 13 Apr 2016
[ 06:41 ed ] Original commit   Sanity Test Failure
binutils 2.25.1_3,1 devel  Refresh files touched by this commit GNU binary tools
cloudabi-binutils-aarch64 2.25.1_2,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-binutils-x86_64 2.25.1_2,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-toolchain 1.4 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Switch the cloudabi-toolchain port over to llvm-devel.

Farnsworth: "Good news, everyone!" The latest revisions of LLVM trunk
not only have a version of LLD that creates usable binaries for x86-64
and aarch64, it also does a better job at creating Position Independent
Executables than the GNU linker.

Because PIE is going to become pretty important for some of the upcoming
projects (emulation on other OSes), I'd like to go ahead and switch the
cloudabi-toolchain port over to the latest snapshot of LLVM. My goal is
to revert back to a stable version (3.9) when available.

Switching to LLD involves patching up the Binutils ports to no longer
install the GNU linker (and remove the linker scripts that it uses). We
can then simply add a couple of extra symlinks to cloudabi-toolchain to
point to the LLD binary.

At the same time, let's switch over to using the ELF toolchain tools on
FreeBSD 11. That way we can even drop the dependency on Binutils on
those systems.

Reviewed by:	bapt, emaste
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D5874
Mon, 21 Mar 2016
[ 21:11 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-toolchain 1.3 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
cloudabi-clang 3.8_1 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Merge cloudabi-clang with cloudabi-toolchain and install more useful tools.

Now that the previous changes to the cloudabi-clang package brought in
more LLVM tools, the package actually became a misnomer. Most of the
tools that it installed are not part of Clang, but of LLVM instead. My
plans of extending it to also install wrappers around man(1) and
pkgconf(1) would make the naming even worse.

The only reason that the cloudabi-clang package was created in the first
place, was because we still had some of the core CloudABI libraries part
of FreeBSD Ports. Now that these libraries are part of their own package
collection, it makes more sense to squash this package together with
cloudabi-toolchain.

The nice thing about installing a wrapper around pkgconf(1) named
${gnu_triple}-pkg-config is that Autoconf now automatically picks it up.
Running ./configure --host=${gnu_triple} is enough to make it detect the
cross compiled libraries it depends on.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D5697
[ 19:32 ed ] Original commit 
binutils 2.25.1_1,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binary tools
cloudabi-binutils-aarch64 2.25.1_1,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-binutils-x86_64 2.25.1_1,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-clang 3.8_1 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Extend the Binutils ports to allow deletion of specific tools.

For CloudABI I slowly want to switch away from certain tools provided by
Binutils. For example, it would be really nice if we could switch from
GNU ld to LLD some time in the future. LLD is not ready yet. Some bug
fixes didn't manage to land into 3.8 and it doesn't support aarch64
properly. There are already some tools that we can use, such as nm,
objdump, size, ar and ranlib.

Introduce a BUREMOVE variable that can be set in Binutils slave ports to
remove specific utilities that are installed by default. There doesn't
seem to be any other elegant way to solve this. Set a bunch of utilities
by default and then extend cloudabi-clang to set up symlinks to the LLVM
versions of the tools.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D5684
Sat, 13 Feb 2016
[ 13:52 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-clang 3.8 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Let the CloudABI toolchain use Clang 3.8 instead of 3.7.

As all of the CloudABI tests also pass with Clang 3.8, I think it may be
wise to just go ahead and upgrade.
Wed, 18 Nov 2015
[ 16:49 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.7 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Update cloudabi-utils to version 0.7.

This new version of cloudabi-utils now installs a library called
libcloudabi. This library contains native ports of some of the APIs that
are currently provided as part of CloudABI's runtime. These used to be
built into cloudabi-run itself, but are now exposed as well.

As cloudabi-utils is now becoming more complex, it now uses CMake as its
build system. We can now remove our custom build targets. We do need to
make sure to override CMAKE_INSTALL_MANDIR, as it is set to share/man by
default. I'm slightly amazed that this isn't done by default.

Reviewed by:	beat
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D4176
Tue, 27 Oct 2015
[ 07:33 ed ] Original commit 
uriparser 0.8.4 net files touched by this commit URI parsing library
Update uriparser to version 0.8.4.

It looks like the latest release doesn't build because of a missing
#include. The source file depends on AF_INET and AF_INET6, which of
course requires <sys/socket.h>.

Submitted by: Torsten Zuhlsdorff
PR: 203972
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D4001
Thu, 22 Oct 2015
[ 13:35 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.6 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Update cloudabi-utils to 0.6.

Compared to version 0.5, this package is identical, except that it now
provides support for aarch64.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3976
Wed, 21 Oct 2015
[ 12:28 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-binutils 2.25.1_1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-binutils-aarch64 2.25.1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-binutils-x86_64 2.25.1 devel files touched by this commit GNU Binutils for CloudABI cross-development
cloudabi-toolchain 1.2 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
cloudabi-clang 3.7_2 lang  Deleted files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Introduce Binutils for CloudABI on aarch64.

When I added the first copy of the CloudABI toolchain to the Ports tree,
I assumed that it would be easily possible to have a single Binutils
port that would support all of the architectures of interest. It seems
that this is not really supported, or simply awkward to use.

Let's just rename the cloudabi-binutils port to cloudabi-binutils-x86_64
and add an additional cloudabi-binutils-aarch64.

Reviewed by:	emaste
Approved by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3919
Sat, 12 Sep 2015
[ 10:15 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-cloudlibc 0.4 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit C library for CloudABI
cloudabi-compiler-rt 3.7.0.r1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Compiler runtime library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++ 3.7.0.r1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit C++ standard template library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++abi 3.7.0.r1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
cloudabi-libunwind 3.7.0.r1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit C++ exception handling for CloudABI
cloudabi-toolchain 1.1 devel files touched by this commit C and C++ toolchain for CloudABI
Remove cross compiled libraries for CloudABI.

These libraries are now provided by the CloudABI Ports collection -- not
just for FreeBSD, but a number of other operating systems. For FreeBSD,
they are provided in the form of a pkg mirror, so there is no need to
also have them in the FreeBSD Ports tree.

Approved by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3643
[ 08:43 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.5 sysutils files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade cloudabi-utils to version 0.5.

CloudABI now has its own package collection for FreeBSD and Debian based
systems (https://github.com/NuxiNL/cloudabi-ports/). This package
collection will only contain software that is cross compiled for
CloudABI -- no FreeBSD native executables.

I would like to go ahead and remove all ports that overlap with the
packages provided by CloudABI Ports. Let's start off by updating
cloudabi-utils to version 0.5. This version no longer depends on the
CloudABI toolchain, as it now ships with a precompiled copy of the
trampoline executable.

Once this is done, I can go ahead and remove devel/cloudabi-cloudlibc,
devel/cloudabi-compiler-rt, devel/cloudabi-libc++,
devel/cloudabi-libc++abi and devel/cloudabi-libunwind/.

Approved by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3616
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