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[ 16:25 db ] Original commit   Revision:385126
385126 comms/linrad/Makefile
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-Makefile.in
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-buf.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-caliq.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-configure
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-elektor.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-help.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-libfind1.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-libfind2.c
385126 comms/linrad/files/patch-loadusb.h

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Fix linrad on latest gcc

I checked linrad upstream, and they still haven't fixed these two bugs.  I am
surprised they haven't been reported yet.  Without these fixes, linrad cannot be
built with gcc5.

the menu.c patch simply reverses the order of the condition.  One must check the
bounds constraint first!  It's a pretty dumb mistake but I've seen this kind
before.

The second one fails because -Werror is set.  This took me a while because I
couldn't figure out the relationship between ADCHANS and rxchan.  In any case,
setting 4 locations per channel did indeed allow the array to be big enough. 
(at first I thought the loop was running too high, but I finally determined the
array was too small).

These were found on DragonFly that uses gcc5.

This patch has not been tested on FreeBSD but I can't how it could possibly
fail.

It would be good if the ham@ maintainer reports the issue upstream.

Updated patch files using make makepatch

PR:			ports/199737
Submitted by:		marino
Mon, 8 Dec 2014
[ 11:20 shurd ] Original commit   Revision:374259
374259 comms/linrad/Makefile
374259 comms/linrad/distinfo
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-Makefile.in
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-afedri.c
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-configure
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-elektor.c
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-loadusb.h
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-lxsys.c
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-pcie9842.c
374259 comms/linrad/files/patch-si570.c

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Update to 4.02 and fix build errors with clang 5

Linrad-04.02 comes with many improvements. The first FFT can now run in
parallel in up to 6 separate threads.  More efficient FFT implementations
are available for some hardware architectures.
The converter option is corrected.
Several bug corrections.

Number of commits found XX: 2

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