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Number of commits: 29
Fri, 26 Aug 2016
[ 14:58 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua 0.13,3 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Update devel/kyua to 0.13 from 0.11:

**Released on August 26th, 2016.**

* Fixed execution of test cases as an unprivileged user, at least under
  NetBSD 7.0.  Kyua-level failures were probably a regression introduced
  in Kyua 0.12, but the underlying may have existed for much longer:
  test cases might have previously failed for mysterious reasons when
  running under an unprivileged user.

* Issue #134: Fixed metadata test broken on 32-bit platforms.

* Issue #139: Added per-test case start/end timestamps to all reports.

* Issue #156: Fixed crashes due to the invalid handling of cleanup
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Mon, 23 Nov 2015
[ 03:03 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua 0.12,2 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Update devel/kyua to 0.12.

**Released on November 22nd, 2015.**

This is a huge release and marks a major milestone for Kyua as it finally
implements a long-standing feature request: the ability to execute test
cases in parallel.  This is a big deal because test cases are rarely
CPU-bound: running them in parallel yields much faster execution times for
large test suites, allowing faster iteration of changes during development.

As an example: the FreeBSD test suite as of this date contains 3285 test
cases.  With sequential execution, a full test suite run takes around 12
minutes to complete, whereas on a 4-core machine with a high level of
parallelism it takes a little over 1 minute.
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Sun, 22 Nov 2015
[ 21:06 jmmv ] Original commit 
gcc 4.8.5_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc48 4.8.5_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.8
gcc49 4.9.4.s20151111_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc5 5.2.0_2 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 5
Add a MULTILIB option to gcc{,48,49,5} for powerpc64

This change is the same as r400632, which updated gcc[56]-devel, but now
for gcc{,48,49,5}.  This change is the second attempt at doing this: the
first attempt went in r401072 and was reverted in r401074 because the diff
was bogus and enabled the new MULTILIB option under all platforms instead
of just powerpc64.

This fixes the build of gcc{,48,49,5} under powerpc64 when the system
is built without the lib32 libraries.

More in detail:

If the system is built with lib32 support (WITH_LIB32, which is the default),
building gcc from ports results in a compiler that can target both 64-bit and
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Sun, 8 Nov 2015
[ 20:31 jmmv ] Original commit 
gcc 4.8.5 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc48 4.8.5 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.8
gcc49 4.9.4.s20151028 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc5 5.2.0_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 5
Revert r401072.

I'm not sure what happened exactly but I think I committed the change from
the wrong client.  The applied change enabled the MULTILIB option for all
architectures and not only powerpc64.  Let's just revert the commit and do
it properly from scratch; other things might be wrong so I wanna take a
closer look, and it's best to just revert quickly.
[ 20:10 jmmv ] Original commit 
gcc 4.8.5_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc48 4.8.5_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.8
gcc49 4.9.4.s20151028_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 4.9
gcc5 5.2.0_2 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 5
Add a MULTILIB option to gcc{,48,49,5} for powerpc64

This change is the same as r400632, which updated gcc[56]-devel, but now
for gcc{,48,49,5}.  Waited a week to ensure the change caused nothing to go
horribly wrong but this change is very low risk because it only affects
powerpc64.

This fixes the build of gcc{,48,49,5} under powerpc64 when the system
is built without the lib32 libraries.

More in detail:

If the system is built with lib32 support (WITH_LIB32, which is the default),
building gcc from ports results in a compiler that can target both 64-bit and
32-bit binaries on powerpc64.  However, when lib32 support is disabled
(WITHOUT_LIB32), gcc should only be built with 64-bit support or otherwise
the build fails.

To fix this, explicitly disable 32-bit support when /usr/lib32 is not present
and add a MULTILIB option (which is only defined for powerpc64 when 32-bit
support is possible and defaults to yes to preserve the current behavior) to
allow the user to explicitly control this feature.

Approved by:    gerald (maintainer), bdrewery (mentor), andreast
Differential Revision:  https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3952
Mon, 2 Nov 2015
[ 02:57 jmmv ] Original commit 
gcc5-devel 5.2.1.s20151027_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 5
gcc6-devel 6.0.0.s20151025_1 lang files touched by this commit GNU Compiler Collection 6
Add a MULTILIB option to gcc[56]-devel for powerpc64

This fixes the build of gcc[56]-devel under powerpc64 when the system is
built without the lib32 libraries.

More in detail:

If the system is built with lib32 support (WITH_LIB32, which is the default),
building gcc from ports results in a compiler that can target both 64-bit and
32-bit binaries on powerpc64.  However, when lib32 support is disabled
(WITHOUT_LIB32), gcc should only be built with 64-bit support or otherwise
the build fails.

To fix this, explicitly disable 32-bit support when /usr/lib32 is not present
and add a MULTILIB option (which is only defined for powerpc64 when 32-bit
support is possible and defaults to yes to preserve the current behavior) to
allow the user to explicitly control this feature.

Approved by:	gerald (maintainer), bdrewery (mentor), andreast
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3952
Wed, 21 Oct 2015
[ 12:03 jmmv ] Original commit 
spidermonkey185 1.8.5_2 lang files touched by this commit Standalone JavaScript (1.8.5) interpreter from Mozilla
Mark spidermonkey185 as not for PowerPC/PowerPC64

The code lacks support for PowerPC and PowerPC64 and it does not seem
trivial to add such missing pieces.  In particular, the MacroAssembler
is not implemented.

Approved by:	koobs (maintainer), bdrewery (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3957
Tue, 20 Oct 2015
[ 18:49 jmmv ] Original commit 
pixman 0.32.8 x11 files touched by this commit Low-level pixel manipulation library
Avoid building unnecessary demos and tests.

The pixmap package does not install neither the demos nor the tests it
includes, yet these get built as part of "make all". Disable them to
shorten build times and, particularly, to workaround ld(1) crashes
triggered by them in powerpc64; see PR bin/202284 for details.

Reviewed by:	kwm (maintainer), bdrewery (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3372
Fri, 16 Oct 2015
[ 19:31 jmmv ] Original commit 
spidermonkey170 17.0.0_1 lang files touched by this commit Standalone JavaScript based from Mozilla 17-esr
Fix build on 64-bit big-endian machines.

Approved by:	kwm (maintainer), bapt (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3397
Fri, 21 Nov 2014
[ 22:41 jmmv ] Original commit 
shtk 1.6 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Update devel/shtk to 1.6:

Released on 2014-11-17.

* Added the unittest module, a framework with which to implement
  robust test programs purely in shell.  This new module supports
  defining test programs as a collection of standalone test cases or
  test fixtures; supports assert-syle vs. expect-style checks; and
  provides advanced checks to simplify the implementation of tests
  cases for command-line utilities.  unittest-based test programs
  can be trivially plugged into the Kyua testing framework.

* Added manual pages for all public API functions.  See shtk(3) for
  an introduction and follow all linked pages for details.  All
  docstrings have been removed from the code in favor of the manual
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Thu, 30 Oct 2014
[ 16:42 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua 0.11,2 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Update devel/kyua to 0.11.

Released on October 23rd, 2014.

* Added support to print the details of all test cases (metadata and
  their output) to 'report'.  This is via a new '--verbose' flag which
  replaces the previous '--show-context'.

* Added support to specify the amount of physical disk space required
  by a test case.  This is in the form of a new "required_disk_space"
  metadata property, which can also be provided by ATF test cases as
  "require.diskspace".

* Assimilated the contents of all the kyua-*-tester(1) and
  kyua-*-interface(7) manual pages into more relevant places.  In
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[ 16:41 jmmv ] Original commit 
lutok 0.4_6 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Update devel/lutok's dependency on atf to 0.21.

Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D1003
Approved by:	bapt
[ 16:39 jmmv ] Original commit 
atf 0.21 devel files touched by this commit C, C++ and shell libraries to write ATF-compliant test programs
Update devel/atf to 0.21.

Released on October 23rd, 2014.

* Restored the atf(7) manual page to serve as a reference to all the other
  manual pages shipped by ATF.

* Added the -s flag to atf-sh to support specifying the shell interpreter
  to be used.

* Removed ATF_WORKDIR.  The only remaining consumers have been converted to
  use the standard TMPDIR environment variable.  As a benefit, and because
  Kyua forces the TMPDIR to live within the test case's work directory,
  any stale files left behind by ATF will be automatically cleaned up.
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Thu, 25 Sep 2014
[ 09:41 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua 0.10_1,2 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
Fix TAP parsing bugs.

Pull up an upstream fix to properly deal with the TAP output of several
FreeBSD tests.  Do this before a new Kyua release so that I and others can
properly test the changes before Kyua 0.11 is cut.

The FreeBSD test suite no longer reports failures caused by bad TAP parsing.

Bump PORTREVISION to 1.

Differential Revision:	D832
Approved by:	bapt (ports)
Fri, 15 Aug 2014
[ 18:56 jmmv ] Original commit 
lutok 0.4_5 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Reflect lutok's master site move from Google Code to GitHub.

Reviewed by:	bdrewery (D610)
Approved by:	bdrewery (ports)
Thu, 14 Aug 2014
[ 20:21 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua 0.10,2 devel files touched by this commit Testing framework for infrastructure software
kyua-atf-compat 0.2_2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - ATF compatibility tools
kyua-cli 0.9 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Command line interface
kyua-testers 0.3 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
Update kyua to 0.10:

This change merges the kyua-{atf-compat,cli,testers} packages
into a single devel/kyua package, just as upstream has done, and brings
Kyua to version 0.10.

The list of changes since kyua-cli 0.9 and kyua-testers 0.3:

Experimental version released on August 14th, 2014.

* Merged 'kyua-cli' and 'kyua-testers' into a single 'kyua' package.

* Dropped the 'kyua-atf-compat' package.

* Issue 100: Do not try to drop privileges to unprivileged_user when we
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[ 15:00 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua-cli 0.9 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Command line interface
Update kyua-cli to 0.9:

Experimental version released on August 8th, 2014.

Major changes:

The internal architecture of Kyua to record the results of test suite
runs has completely changed in this release.  Kyua no longer stores all
the different test suite run results as different "actions" within the
single store.db database.  Instead, Kyua now generates a separate
results file inside ~/.kyua/store/ for every test suite run.

Due to the complexity involved in the migration process and the little
need for it, this is probably going to be the only release where the
'db-migrate' command is able to convert an old store.db file to the
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[ 14:58 jmmv ] Original commit 
kyua-testers 0.3 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
Update kyua-testers to 0.3:

Experimental version released on August 8th, 2014.

* Made the testers set a "sanitized" value for the HOME environment
  variable where, for example, consecutive and trailing slashes have
  been cleared.  Mac OS X has a tendency to append a trailing slash to
  the value of TMPDIR, which can cause third-party tests to fail if they
  compare ${HOME} with $(pwd).

* Issues 85, 86, 90 and 92: Made the TAP parser more complete: mark test
  cases reported as TODO or SKIP as passed; handle skip plans; ignore
  lines that look like "ok" and "not ok" but aren't results; and handle
  test programs that report a pass but exit with a non-zero code.

Reviewed by:	bdrewery (D567)
Approved by:	bdrewery (ports)
Mon, 26 May 2014
[ 02:57 jmmv ] Original commit 
atf 0.20_1 devel files touched by this commit C, C++ and shell libraries to write ATF-compliant test programs
kyua-atf-compat 0.2_2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - ATF compatibility tools
kyua-cli 0.8_2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Command line interface
kyua-testers 0.2_3 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
lutok 0.4_5 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
shtk 1.5_2 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Enable the TEST option by default in atf-based ports.

Get ports that use the atf libraries to install their tests by default.
This is to showcase the potential of getting the tests installed on a
live system and will also simplify the process of running them periodically
out of /usr/local/tests/.

Packages confirmed to build with this option enabled.

Approved by:	bapt (ports)
Sat, 24 May 2014
[ 20:11 jmmv ] Original commit 
atf 0.20 devel files touched by this commit C, C++ and shell libraries to write ATF-compliant test programs
kyua-atf-compat 0.2_1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - ATF compatibility tools
kyua-cli 0.8_1 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Command line interface
kyua-testers 0.2_2 devel  Deleted files touched by this commit Kyua (automated testing framework) - Testers
lutok 0.4_4 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
shtk 1.5_1 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Change ports that use the ATF libraries to depend on devel/atf.

As part of this, make it possible to install devel/atf independently of
the presence of ATF in the base system.  This is so that we can turn the
ATF libraries in base into private libraries.

Note that this should have no effect on prebuilt binary packages because
these changes only apply when the TEST option is selected, and this option
is not yet the default.

Approved by:	eadler (ports)
Sat, 17 May 2014
[ 17:05 jmmv ] Original commit 
lutok 0.4_3 devel files touched by this commit Lightweight C++ API for Lua
Make devel/lutok use USES+=libtool.

As a side-effect, also make use of install-strip for installation.

Approved by:	bdrewery
[ 17:03 jmmv ] Original commit 
atf 0.20 devel files touched by this commit C, C++ and shell libraries to write ATF-compliant test programs
Update devel/atf to 0.20 and modernize the port.

This includes:
- Taking ownership of the package (with ack from previous maintainer).
- Forcing all file registrations into pkg-plist.
- Fully dropping support for the deprecated tools.
- Adding support for the TEST option.
- Properly using libtool via USES.
- Not using OSREVISION to determine whether atf can or can't be installed.
- Avoiding Makefile.in hacks by just using MAKE_FLAGS.

... which basically means this really is a full rewrite of the port.

Approved by:	bapt, bdrewery
Sun, 16 Mar 2014
[ 00:15 jmmv ] Original commit 
shtk 1.5 devel files touched by this commit Application toolkit for POSIX-compliant shell scripts
Update devel/shtk to 1.5:

Released on 2014-03-16.

* Added a version module with helper functions to check if shtk is a
  given version or matches some constraints.  Useful to dynamically
  determine which functions to call in a script, if their need is
  optional.

* Added timeout support to shtk_process_run.  The new '-t' option to
  this function takes the number of seconds before forcibly killing the
  subprocess.

Approved by:	bdrewery
Number of commits: 29
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