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Number of commits: 85
Sun, 9 Aug 2015
[ 11:42 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-cloudlibc 0.4 devel files touched by this commit C library for CloudABI
cloudabi-compiler-rt 3.7.0.r1 devel files touched by this commit Compiler runtime library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++ 3.7.0.r1 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard template library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++abi 3.7.0.r1 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
cloudabi-libunwind 3.7.0.r1 devel files touched by this commit C++ exception handling for CloudABI
cloudabi-utils 0.4 sysutils  Ignore files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade the CloudABI toolchain and utilities.

A new version of cloudlibc and cloudabi-utils has been released, to
catch up with ABI changes (due to the import into FreeBSD HEAD). Bump
these ports up to v0.4.

While there, upgrade the LLVM packages. It looks like the LLVM project
is finally releasing tarballs itself, meaning we can use those instead
of requiring me to host them myself. Update the ports to use a common
Makefile (cloudabi-libc++/Makefile.common) to set the PORTVERSION,
MASTER_SITES, etc.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3332
Fri, 7 Aug 2015
[ 13:44 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-clang 3.7 lang files touched by this commit Clang for CloudABI
Let lang/cloudabi-clang follow a stable release.

LLVM 3.7 will be the first release to offer CloudABI support out of the
box. Instead of depending on devel/llvm-devel, switch over to using
devel/llvm37.
Wed, 22 Jul 2015
[ 12:54 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-cloudlibc 0.3 devel files touched by this commit C library for CloudABI
cloudabi-compiler-rt 0.242897 devel files touched by this commit Compiler runtime library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++ 0.242897 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard template library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++abi 0.242897 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
cloudabi-libunwind 0.242897 devel files touched by this commit C++ exception handling for CloudABI
cloudabi-utils 0.3 sysutils  Ignore files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Upgrade the CloudABI toolchain to a newer version.

Due to the CloudABI code being reviewed before hitting the tree, some
minor ABI tweaks are made in a couple of places, while we still can.
Unfortunately, this means that the previous version of cloudlibc now
generates binaries that are not compatible with the latest kernel
sources.

Roll a new release that makes the toolchain compatible with what's in
FreeBSD HEAD.
Tue, 21 Jul 2015
[ 09:00 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.2 sysutils  Ignore files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Make this port build properly.

Summary:
It looks like we forgot to add '${SETENV} ${MAKE_ENV}' to the build
script. Right now it ignores the compiler entirely.

Furthermore, regardless of whether a C11 compiler is being used, the
build will fail, for the reason that some C11 headers such as
<stdnoreturn.h> are being used in the code. Instead of trying to fix
that, simply disable this port on FreeBSD <10.1. I have no intent on
ever getting CloudABI to work on FreeBSD 9.

Reviewers: bapt

Reviewed By: bapt

Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3077
Mon, 13 Jul 2015
[ 12:41 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.2 sysutils  Ignore files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Add compiler:c11.

cloudabi-run depends on a couple of C11 tricks (e.g., _Generic). Make
sure we have the right compiler for that.

Discussed with: bapt
[ 12:26 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-utils 0.2 sysutils  Ignore files touched by this commit Utilities for running CloudABI programs
Add sysutils/cloudabi-utils.

Summary:
Though CloudABI programs can simply be started from the command line
like any UNIX process, the preferred way for starting them is using the
cloudabi-run utility.

cloudabi-run parses a YAML file that contains the configuration for the
program that you want to run. Special tags can be used in the YAML file
to indicate that the program depends on a resources (a socket or a
file). cloudabi-run then attempts to obtain these resources and startes
the program for you.

The end result is that it's possible to build software that looks like
traditional UNIX software (executable + config file), but still gets run
in this completely sandboxed environment.

Reviewers: bapt

Reviewed By: bapt

Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3067
Wed, 8 Jul 2015
[ 13:09 ed ] Original commit 
cloudabi-cloudlibc 0.2 devel files touched by this commit C library for CloudABI
cloudabi-compiler-rt 0.241676 devel files touched by this commit Compiler runtime library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++ 0.241676 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard template library for CloudABI
cloudabi-libc++abi 0.241676 devel files touched by this commit C++ standard library support for CloudABI
cloudabi-libunwind 0.241676 devel files touched by this commit C++ exception handling for CloudABI
Update CloudABI libraries to newer versions.

libc++ still had some local patches to make its locale code work on
CloudABI. This has been fixed by adding missing C functions to
cloudlibc, but also by making some portability cleanups to libc++ that
have been upstreamed in the meantime.

By bumping both these packages to a newer version, we can get rid of the
local patches.
Number of commits: 85
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