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Saturday, 6 Jul 2024
11:09 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 18.0

ChangeLog:
Allowing blocks & user-defined literals in multi-declarations
Apple blocks and C++ user-defined literals are now correctly allowed in
multi-declarations, e.g.:

int i, a[2], (^b)(char), f(double), operator~(S&), operator""_x(char)
cast & declare command executable name support
Support for the cast & declare command as the executable name has been dropped;
only the explain command is still supported. (I didn't realize until now that
declare conflicts with the shell built-in.)`

Cast to typedef
Casting to a typedefd type is fixed:

cdecl> typedef int T
cdecl> cast x into T
(T)x
C99 language extensions
Fixed printing of C99 language extention names.

CDECL_DEBUG environment variable
If set to an "affirmative" value (one of 1, t, true, y, or yes,
case-insensitive), then cdecl will print its process ID and a "waiting for
debugger to attach" message to standard error and wait indefinitely for a
debugger to attach.

CDECL_TEST environment variable
If set to an "affirmative" value (one of 1, t, true, y, or yes,
case-insensitive), then cdecl be in "testing mode" (see man page for details).

complex & imaginary help
Adding these missing modifiers to the help.

Constructor & pre-C99 function qualifiers
const, volatile, __restrict, final, and override qualifiers are now
syntactically allowed on constructors and pre-c99 functions even though they are
still semantically illegal to give better error messages.

Digraph & trigraph preprocessor support
Digraphs & trigraphs are now supported by the preprocessor:

  multiline

%:define  QD(X)  %:X          // same as: #define QD(X) #X
??=define QT(X)  ??=X         // same as: #define QT(X) #X
Additionally when showing macros in either digraph or trigraph mode, the correct
tokens are used:

cdecl> set digraphs
cdecl> show QD
%:define QD(X) %:X
Digraph & trigraph structured binding support
Digraphs & trigraphs are now correctly supported for structured bindings.

--echo-commands & config files
Commands are now also echoed for those in configuration files.

infer-command and constant cast
When infer-command mode is set, spelling out constant now works correctly:

constant cast p into pointer to int
File line number
When reading from a file via -f, now includes the file name and error line
number in error messages.

Fixed multi-declaration of functions
A multi-declaration of functions with different signatures has been fixed, e.g.:

cdecl> explain int f(int), g(double)
declare f as function (integer) returning integer
declare g as function (double precision) returning integer
Invalid conf file is now fatal
An error in a conf file is now fatal.

New --lineno, -L option
Specifies an integer to add to all line numbers in error and warning messages as
a debugging aid. (See the man page for details.)

show non-existent glob
An error message will now be printed if a glob has no matches.

More permissive scope
Now, scope can be used anywhere in a scoped declaration, i.e., something having
the generic scope can have anything nest within it and scope can nest within
anything.

C++ std namespace
Whenver "std" is used for a scope, cdecl now automatically makes it a namespace,
e.g.:

c++decl> struct std::T
c++decl> explain std::T x
declare x as structure T of namespace std
Using predefined macro names elsewhere
Attempting to use a predefined macro name as an ordinary name now results in an
error:

cdecl> explain int __DATE__
               ^
9: error: "__DATE__" is a predefined macro
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Wednesday, 19 Jun 2024
15:42 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 17.0.1

ChangeLog:
16.4.1 -> 17.0

Abbreviated function template parameter packs
Functions with auto parameters (abbreviated function templates) like:

int f( auto x )
have been supported since cdecl 9.6; this release adds additional support for
parameter packs like:

int f( auto ...x )
Added help option suggestions
Added suggestions to error messages for the help options commands, english, and
options, for example:

cdecl> help eglish
            ^
6: "eglish": no such command or option; did you mean "english"?
Constrained auto
For abbreviated function templates, constrained auto declarations are now
supported:

c++decl> explain C auto x
declare x as concept C
c++decl> explain C auto ...x
declare x as concept C parameter pack
auto parameters in typedefs
Use of auto in typedef function-like parameters is now correctly reported as an
error:

c++decl> typedef int F(auto)
                       ^
15: error: "auto" illegal in type definition
decltype declarations
Now recognizing decltype just to say it's not supported.

Glob help
The help text now defines "glob."

GNU --version
Now printing cdecl copyright year, author, license, free software statement, and
no warranty statement to conform to the GNU Coding Standards; see
https://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/html_node/_002d_002dversion.html.

Structured binding declarations
Structured binding declarations are now supported except that you don't assign
them from anything (no = expression):

c++decl> explain auto [x, y]
declare x, y as structured binding
c++decl> explain auto&& [x, y]
declare x, y as rvalue reference to structured binding
Fixed operator declaration core dump
An invalid scoped operator name containing a keyword like:

c++decl> explain bool int::operator!()
would dump core; fixed.

Fixed --west-decl=t for pointer to const pointer
Given:

c++decl --west-decl=t 'declare p as pointer to const pointer to int'
you'd incorrectly get:

int *const *p;
You now correctly get:

int* const* p;

17.0 -> 17.0.1:
Fixed returning parameter packs
Functions returning parameter packs is now correctly illegal.
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Wednesday, 5 Jun 2024
14:41 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 16.4.1

ChangeLog:
16.4:
Echoing commands short option
The short option for --echo-commands has been changed from -O to -E.

Number help
Help now includes what a "number" is.

Shell completion options
There are two new options: --commands/-K that prints cdecl's commands for the
current language and --options/-O that prints cdecl's options. Both are intended
to aid in writing shell completion functions for cdecl.

Shell completion functions
Bash and Zsh shell completion functions for cdecl are included under share and
are installed as part of make install.

Improved error messages for predefined types
Improved error messages in cases involving a predefined type such as:

cdecl> explain int int8_t
cdecl> struct int8_t
In both cases, the error message printed now is:

error: "int8_t" is a predefined type starting in C99

16.4.1:
Fixed make install DESTDIR=...
Fixed make install of shell completion functions when setting DESTDIR on the
command-line.

Better error message when expanding __VA_* macros
Attempting to expand either __VA_ARGS__ or __VA_OPT__ now says that either is
valid only in a macro definition.
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Thursday, 18 Apr 2024
03:59 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 16.3

ChangeLog:
Better destructor parameter error message
Attempting either to explain or declare a destructor having a parameter list now
prints "destructors may not have parameters" explicitly.

Defining a type more than once
If a type is defined again where the current language is older than the language
in which it was previously defined, the type's set of languages is now updated
to be the current language and newer. For example, previously:

cdecl> set c23
cdecl> typedef int Int
cdecl> show
typedef int Int;
cdecl> set c17
cdecl> typedef int Int        // Already exists so did nothing.
cdecl> show                   // Would NOT show anything.
cdecl>
Now the second typedef would update Int to make it available in C17 and newer so
the second show would show it.

Multiple conflicting declarations
Now exhaustively checking multiple declarations for conflicts in C. Previously,
multiple declarations of a variable or function with conflicting types that was
separated by a different variable or function wasn't caught:

int x, x;                     // OK in C
int x, *x;                    // error (different types)
int x, y, *x;                 // error, but wasn't caught
Now it is.

Using macros elsewhere
Previously, attempting to use a macro where names are generally allowed would
result in an error like:

cdecl> #define N 5
cdecl> explain int a[N]
                     ^
15: syntax error: "N": ']' expected
because "N" was returned as a macro token by the lexer. Now, the lexer ignores
the fact that a name might be a macro.
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Tuesday, 5 Mar 2024
14:51 Nuno Teixeira (eduardo) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Move man pages to share/man

Approved by:	portmgr (blanket)
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Wednesday, 21 Feb 2024
04:20 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 16.2.1

Fixed macro argument list memory leak
Fixed said leak.
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Wednesday, 31 Jan 2024
04:15 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 16.2

Partial typeof support
Both typeof and typeof_unqual in C23 are partially supported in that types are
accepted (but expressions are not):

typeof(int*) x                // supported
typeof(x) y                   // not supported
Additionally, GNU's __typeof__ is a synonym for typeof.
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Monday, 15 Jan 2024
04:16 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 16.1

ChangeLog:
explicit-ecsu in English
The value of the explicit-ecsu option now also applies in pseudo-English.
Previously:

c++decl> class C
c++decl> explain C *p
declare p as pointer to C
Now (with explicit-ecsu containing c):

c++decl> class C
c++decl> set explicit-ecsu = csu
c++decl> explain C *p
declare p as pointer to class C
Leading/trailing whitespace stringification
Previously:

expand Q2(, a b ,)
incorrectly returned " a b " whereas now it correctly returns "a b".
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Saturday, 6 Jan 2024
00:43 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 16.0

Release Notes:
Macro expansion
Cdecl now allows you to #define macros and expand them step-by-step.

C99 with extension error messages
Improved C99 with extension error messages.

--disable-cdecl-debug removed
The --disable-cdecl-debug configure option has been removed (which means cdecl
debug output is always compiled in).

GCC_COLORS
Support for GCC_COLORS has been removed. It was more of a hindrance than a help.

Implicit int pointers in C++
Implicit int pointer declarations, e.g., *p, are now correctly illegal in C++.

--infer-command, -I
The former --explain and -e options have been renamed --infer-command and -I;
the former explain-by-default set option has been renamed infer-command.

Fixed issue #32: Invalid function declarator accepted as valid
A declarator like int f()()() was incorrectly accepted as valid — fixed.

Fixed infer-command comment syntax error
When in infer-command mode, a line starting with a comment would cause a syntax
error. Fixed.

--east-const, -e
Since the old -e was renamed to -I, the short option for --east-const is now -e.

Lambdas in C
Lambdas are now correctly illegal in C.

Nested typedefs
Fixed printing of typedefs of nested types, e.g.:

c++decl> struct S { typedef int I; }
c++decl> typedef typename S::I T
c++decl> show
typedef S::I T;
restrict arrays
Arrays being restrict except as function parameter is now correctly illegal.

Fixed parsing struct member bit-field
A declararation like:

struct S
explain int S::x : 3
was incorrectly parsed; that's now fixed. (Scoped names still correctly can't be
declared like that with bit fields, however.)

Types in error & warning messages
For types that are typedefs, now printing aka followed by their underlying types
in more cases.

Fixed escaped newlines
Fixed escaped newline handling when not using GNU readline.

Fixed q command
Fixed having q be a synonym for quit in infer-command (formerly explain-
by-default) mode.
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Sunday, 17 Dec 2023
21:41 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl:  upgrade to 15.0

Check the GitHub release notes for more info.
https://github.com/paul-j-lucas/cdecl/releases
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Monday, 9 Jan 2023
20:21 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl:  update to 13.1

ChangeLog:
auto type definitions and casts
Defining or casting a type containing auto is now correctly reported as an
error.

C23 auto
Added support for auto as a deduced type in C23.

C23 trigraphs
Trigraphs are no longer supported in C23.

_BitInt(<int>) help
_BitInt(<int>) was added to the help text.

Color prompt
Now printing the prompt in color even when readline is disabled.

More English synonyms
The following English synonyms have been added:

                boolean  _Bool
                Boolean  _Bool
                 char 8  char8_t
                char 16  char16_t
                char 32  char32_t
             const-eval  consteval
    constant-evaluation  consteval
             const-expr  constexpr
    constant-expression  constexpr
             const-init  constinit
constant-initialization  constinit
       double precision  double
         floating point  float
           user defined  user-defined
         wide character  wchar_t
C++ auto help
auto is now correctly listed as a C++ type in the help for C++11 and later.

More pseudo-English type names
When explaining gibberish, print types in C/C++ (e.g., int), not pseudo-English
(e.g., integer).

--no-english-types, -T, & english-types
Added command-line options to disable printing type names in pseuso-English and
corresponding set option.

More english for user-defined conversions
User-defined conversions in pseudo-English now allow "const[ant] eval[uation]",
"const[ant] expr[ession]", and "const[ant] init[ialization]" for a storage
class.

_BitInt maximum bits
Now check that the maximum number of bits for _BitInt is 64.

explicit-int parsing
Fixed a bug of not resetting the current explicit-int option to none before
parsing a new string.

friend scoped user-defined conversion operators
Explaining a friend scoped user-defined conversion operator, e.g.:

explain friend C::operator int()
is now parsed correctly.

[[noreturn]] in C23.
[[noreturn]] is now printed rather than _Noreturn in C23.

Invalid destructor name error
Improved the error message for an invalid destructor name, e.g., S::~T.

Removed --interactive & -i options
Removed these command-line options. They've been in cdecl since the beginning,
but never seemed to have a justification.

exit and quit command line arguments
Both the exit and quit commands when given as the first word of the first
argument on the command line are now correctly reported as an error.

C23 constexpr help
Added missing constexpr to the help for C23.

Missing C++ types man page
Added some missing C++23 types to the manual page.

Octal digit separators
Digit separators are now supported for octal integers.

reproducible and unsequenced man page
Added missing reproducible and unsequenced to the manual page.

Variadic function parameter
A ... is now correctly allowed as the only function parameter in C++ as well as
C23.
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Tuesday, 1 Nov 2022
14:16 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Update to 13.0

ChangeLog:
Better copy constructor support
Declarations like:

c++decl> explain C(C const&)
declare C as constructor (reference to constant C)
are now supported better.

C23 alignas
In C23, alignas is now used instead of _Alignas.

C23 _BitInt(N)
The _BitInt(N) type in C23 in now supported.

C23 bool
In C23, bool is now used instead of _Bool.

C23 constexpr
The constexpr storage class in C23 is now supported.

C23 fixed type enum
Fixed-type enumerations in C23 are now supported.

Digit separators
Digit separators are now supported.

C23 reproducible & unsequenced
These C23 attributes are now supported.

C23 thread_local
In C23, thread_local is now used instead of _Thread_local.

C23 true, false, nullptr, static_assert, & thread_local
These are now also keywords in C23.

C23 typeof & typeof_unqual
These C23 keywords are now recognized, but not supported by cdecl.

More C++23 standard types
Added the standard C++23 types std::bfloat16_t, std::float128_t,
std::float16_t, std::float32_t, std::float64_t, std::ospanstream,
std::spanbuf, std::spanstream, std::stacktrace, std::unexpect_t,
std::wospanstream, std::wspanbuf, and std::wspanstream.

Enumeration bit-fields
Enumerations in C++ can now be bit fields.

C++23 explicit object parameters
Explicit object parameters in C++23 are preliminarily supported.

C++ static operator()
Now allow operator() to be static in C++23.

Added std::bernoulli_distribution and std::random_device
Added these missing C++11 types.

static or const array parameters
Both static or const array declarations are now additionally recognized
outside of function parameters allowing more specific error reporting
(since they're still illegal).

C++11 explicit user-defined conversion operators
Explicit user-defined conversion operators are now correctly allowed in
C++11 and later.

Echoing commands
A new --echo-commands/-O command-line option and echo-commands set
option has been added that echos command given before corresponding
output. (This is primarily useful for associating command output with
input in test scripts.)

Better alignment error location
Improved the location of alignment errors.

Fixed aligned bit fields
Aligned bit fields are now correctly forbidden.

Fixed noprompt error column
Fixed the error column when the prompt is disabled.
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Wednesday, 7 Sep 2022
21:10 Stefan Eßer (se) search for other commits by this committer
Add WWW entries to port Makefiles

It has been common practice to have one or more URLs at the end of the
ports' pkg-descr files, one per line and prefixed with "WWW:". These
URLs should point at a project website or other relevant resources.

Access to these URLs required processing of the pkg-descr files, and
they have often become stale over time. If more than one such URL was
present in a pkg-descr file, only the first one was tarnsfered into
the port INDEX, but for many ports only the last line did contain the
port specific URL to further information.

There have been several proposals to make a project URL available as
a macro in the ports' Makefiles, over time.

This commit implements such a proposal and moves one of the WWW: entries
of each pkg-descr file into the respective port's Makefile. A heuristic
attempts to identify the most relevant URL in case there is more than
one WWW: entry in some pkg-descr file. URLs that are not moved into the
Makefile are prefixed with "See also:" instead of "WWW:" in the pkg-descr
files in order to preserve them.

There are 1256 ports that had no WWW: entries in pkg-descr files. These
ports will not be touched in this commit.

The portlint port has been adjusted to expect a WWW entry in each port
Makefile, and to flag any remaining "WWW:" lines in pkg-descr files as
deprecated.

Approved by:		portmgr (tcberner)
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Sunday, 7 Aug 2022
01:30 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: distfile re-rolled

due to a minor  bug.
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Saturday, 6 Aug 2022
15:24 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 12.0

ChangeLog:
Added suggestions
Added suggestions to error messages in certain cases when a keyword is
expected, for example:

cdecl> declare x as type poiner to int
                         ^
			 19: syntax error: "poiner": "as" expected; did
			     you mean "pointer"?
			     Better executable name checking
			     Previously, if cdecl was invoked as cast,
			     declare, or explain, or with a name that
			     isn't a command (through renaming or a hard
			     or a symbolic link) without command-line
			     arguments, it behaved as if it were invoked
			     as cdecl without error. This has been
			     fixed.

			     C23
			     The placeholder name of C2X has been
			     changed to C23.

			     Color and TERM
			     The TERM environment variable is no longer
			     considered when determining whether color
			     should be used in output. Now, all that
			     matters is whether the output stream is
			     connected to a TTY.

			     exit auto-completion
			     The exit command is no longer
			     auto-completable enabling explain to be
			     auto-completed after typing only ex rather
			     than exp as before.

			     help options types
			     Help for types was added to options help.

			     explicit help
			     The missing explicit was added to the help.

			     explicit-escu for enum
			     The explicit-ecsu option for enums is
			     fixed.

			     include
			     Added a new include command to include
			     cdecl commands from files either from a
			     configuration file or the cdecl command
			     line.

			     _Noreturn deprecated
			     _Noreturn is now deprecated in C2X.

			     Printing of types
			     Now printing types in error messages as
			     they were originally defined
			     (pseudo-English vs. gibberish) in more
			     cases.

			     Additional sanitizers
			     The configure options of --enable-msan and
			     --enable-ubsan have been added to enable
			     clang's Memory Sanitizer and Undefined
			     Behavior Sanitizer, respectively. The
			     previous --enable-address-sanitizer has
			     been renamed to --enable-asan.

			     show autocompletion
			     The show command now uses command-specific
			     autocompletion.

			     Overloading co_await operator
			     Overloading the co_await operator is now
			     supported.

			     Predefined types
			     Fixed spelling of bad_typeid; added
			     source_location, type_index, and type_info.

			     Types as objects, English edition
			     Previously declared types in pseudo-Engilsh
			     are now checked to ensure they're not being
			     used as objects:

			     cdecl> struct S
			     cdecl> declare S as int             //
			     error (now)
commit hash: 75ff759a3b189c6ae84690dc788c10d312b535b2 commit hash: 75ff759a3b189c6ae84690dc788c10d312b535b2 commit hash: 75ff759a3b189c6ae84690dc788c10d312b535b2 commit hash: 75ff759a3b189c6ae84690dc788c10d312b535b2 75ff759
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2022
14:21 Tobias C. Berner (tcberner) search for other commits by this committer
devel: remove 'Created by' lines

A big Thank You to the original contributors of these ports:

  *  "Waitman Gobble" <uzimac@da3m0n8t3r.com>
  *  <jkoshy@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Aaron Dalton <aaron@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Aaron Dalton <aaron@daltons.ca>
  *  Aaron H. K. Diep <ahkdiep@gmail.com>
  *  Aaron Hurt <ahurt@anbcs.com>
  *  Abel Chow <abel_chow@yahoo.com>
  *  Adam McLaurin
  *  Adam Saponara <as@php.net>
  *  Adam Weinberger <adamw@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ade Lovett <ade@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ade Lovett <ade@lovett.com>
  *  Akinori MUSHA aka knu <knu@idaemons.org>
  *  Alan Eldridge <alane@geeksrus.net>
  *  Alan Somers <asomers@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Aldis Berjoza <aldis@bsdroot.lv>
  *  Alessando Sagratini <ale_sagra@hotmail.com>
  *  Alessandro Sagratini <ale_sagra@hotmail.com>
  *  Alex Bakhtin <Alex.Bakhtin@gmail.com>
  *  Alex Dupre <ale@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alex Kapranoff <alex@kapranoff.ru>
  *  Alex Kapranoff <ka@nadoby.ru>
  *  Alex Kapranoff <kappa@FreeBSD.org.ua>
  *  Alex Kapranoff <kappa@rambler-co.ru>
  *  Alex Kapranoff <kapr@crosswinds.net>
  *  Alex Miller (<asm@asm.kiev.ua>)
  *  Alex Pesternikov <apesternikov@page2rss.com>
  *  Alex Semenyaka <alex@rinet.ru>
  *  Alex Varju <freebsd-ports@varju.ca>
  *  Alexander Botero-Lowry <alex@foxybanana.com>
  *  Alexander Botero-Lowry <alexbl@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alexander Churannov <churanov.port.maintainer@gmail.com>
  *  Alexander Churanov <churanov.port.maintainer@gmail.com>
  *  Alexander Leidinger <netchild@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alexander Logvinov <avl@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alexander Logvinov <ports@logvinov.com>
  *  Alexander Nedotsukov <bland@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alexander Nedotsukov <bland@mail.ru>
  *  Alexander Novitsky <alecn2002@yandex.ru>
  *  Alexander Nusov <alexander.nusov@nfvexpress.com>
  *  Alexandros Kosiaris <akosiaris+ports@gmail.com>
  *  Alexey Dokuchaev <danfe@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alexey Dokuchaev <danfe@regency.nsu.ru>
  *  Alexey V. Antipovsky <kemm@in-line.ru>
  *  Alexey V. Degtyarev
  *  Alexey V. Degtyarev <alexey@renatasystems.org>
  *  Alfred Perlstein <alfred@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Alfred Perlstein <alfred@freebsd.org>
  *  Alistair King <alistair@caida.org>
  *  Alonso Cardenas Marquez <acm@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Anatoliy Dmytriyev
  *  Anatoliy Dmytriyev <tolid@plab.ku.dk>
  *  Anatoliy Dmytriyev <tolid@tolid.eu.org>
  *  Andre Rikkert de Koe - ARK-ICT <andre@ark-ict.nl>
  *  Andreas Klemm <andreas@klemm.gtn.com>
  *  Andreas Kohn
  *  Andreas Kohn <andreas@syndrom23.de>
  *  Andreas Kohout <shanee@augusta.de>
  *  Andreev Maxim <andreevmaxim@gmail.com>
  *  Andrej Ebert <andrej@ebert.su>
  *  Andrew Baznikin <dikiy@scn.ru>
  *  Andrew Elble <aweits@rit.edu>
  *  Andrew Pantyukhin <infofarmer@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Andrew Turner <andrew+ports@fubar.geek.nz>
  *  Andrew Wingorodov <mail@andr.ru>
  *  Andrey <gugu@zoo.rambler.ru>
  *  Andrey Chernov <ache@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Andrey Ignatov <rdna@rdna.ru>
  *  Andrey Kostenko <andrey@kostenko.name>
  *  Andrey V. Elsukov <bu7cher@yandex.ru>
  *  Andrey Zakhvatov
  *  Andrey Zonov <andrey@zonov.org>
  *  Andriy Gapon
  *  Andriy Pylypenko <bamby@sippysoft.com>
  *  Anes Muhametov <anes@anes.su>
  *  Anes Mukhametov <anes@anes.su>
  *  Anish Mistry (<amistry@am-productions.biz>)
  *  Anish Mistry <amistry@am-productions.biz>
  *  Antoine Brodin <antoine@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Anton Berezin
  *  Anton Berezin <tobez@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Anton Berezin <tobez@tobez.org>
  *  Anton Tornqvist <antont@inbox.lv>
  *  Anton tornqvist <antont@inbox.lv>
  *  Antonio Carlos Venancio Junior (<antonio@inf.ufsc.br>)
  *  Antonio Carlos Venancio Junior (<antonio@php.net>)
  *  Archie Cobbs
  *  Armin Pirkovitsch <armin@frozen-zone.org>
  *  Arun Sharma <arun@sharma-home.net>
  *  Ashish SHUKLA <ashish@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ashish SHUKLA <wahjava@gmail.com>
  *  Autrijus Tang <autrijus@autrijus.org>
  *  Axel Rau <axel.rau@chaos1.de>
  *  Babak Farrokhi <farrokhi@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Balwinder S "bsd" Dheeman <bsd@rubyforge.org>
  *  Balwinder S Dheeman <bdheeman@gmail.com>
  *  Baptiste Daroussin
  *  Bartek Rutkowski <ports@robakdesign.com>
  *  Bartek Rutkowski <robak@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ben Haga <tuximus@tuximus.mine.nu>
  *  Ben Woods <woodsb02@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Bill Brinzer <bill.brinzer@gmail.com>
  *  Bill Fumerola <billf@chc-chimes.com>
  *  Björn König <bkoenig@alpha-tierchen.de>
  *  Boris B. Samorodov <bsam@ipt.ru>
  *  Boris Samorodov <bsam@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Brad Davis <brd@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Brad Hendrickse <bradh@uunet.co.za>
  *  Brad Jones <brad@kazrak.com>
  *  Brendan Molloy <brendan+freebsd@bbqsrc.net>
  *  Brian Dean <bsd@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Brian Minard <bminard@flatfoot.ca>
  *  Brian Skrab <brian@quynh-and-brian.org>
  *  Brooks Davis
  *  Bruce M Simpson
  *  Bruce M Simpson <bms@spc.org>
  *  Bruce M. Simpson
  *  Bruce M. Simpson <bms@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Bruce Simpson
  *  Bryan Drewery <bryan@shatow.net>
  *  Carlo Strub
  *  Carlo Strub <cs@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Carlos A M dos Santos <unixmania@gmail.com>
  *  Carlos J Puga Medina <cpm@fbsd.es>
  *  Carlos J. Puga Medina <cpm@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Cezary Morga <cm@therek.net>
  *  Charlie & <root@meatwad.mouf.net>
  *  Cheng-Lung Sung
  *  Cheng-Lung Sung <clsung@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Cheng-Lung Sung <clsung@dragon2.net>
  *  Choe, Cheng-Dae
  *  Chris D. Faulhaber <jedgar@fxp.org>
  *  Chris St Denis <chris@ctgameinfo.com>
  *  Chris St Denis <chris@smartt.com>
  *  Christer Edwards <christer.edwards@gmail.com>
  *  Christian Geier <geier@lostpackets.de>
  *  Christoph Kick
  *  Christoph Mallon <christoph.mallon@gmx.de>
  *  Christoph Moench-Tegeder <cmt@burggraben.net>
  *  Christopher Boumenot <boumenot@gmail.com>
  *  Christopher Elkins <chrise@scardini.com>
  *  Christopher Key <cjk32@cam.ac.uk>
  *  Christopher Nehren <apeiron+ports@coitusmentis.info>
  *  Christopher Nehren <apeiron@coitusmentis.info>
  *  Christopher Nehren <apeiron@comcast.net>
  *  Chuck Swiger <chuck@pkix.net>
  *  Conrad Meyer <cem@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Cory R. King <coryking@mozimedia.com>
  *  Cory R. King <coryking@mozimediacom>
  *  Craig Leres <leres@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Craig Leres <leres@freebsd.org>
  *  Craig Manley
  *  Cristiano Rolim Pereira <cristianorolim@hotmail.com>
  *  Cristiano Rolim Pereira <cristianorolim@outlook.com>
  *  Cyrille Lefevre <clefevre@citeweb.net>
  *  D'Arcy J.M. Cain <darcy@druid.net>
  *  Daichi GOTO <daichi@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Dan Langille
  *  Dan Langille <dvl@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Dan Rench <citric@cubicone.tmetic.com>
  *  Daniel Gerzo <danger@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Daniel Roethlisberger <daniel@roe.ch>
  *  Danilo Egea Gondolfo <danilo@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Danny Warren <danny@dannywarren.com>
  *  Dave Cottlehuber <dch@skunkwerks.at>
  *  Dave Grochowski
  *  Dave Grochowski <malus.x@gmail.com>
  *  David Chaplin-Loebell <direct@klatha.com>
  *  David Kalliecharan <dave@dal.ca>
  *  David Naylor <dbn@FreeBSD.org>
  *  David Naylor <dbn@dragon.local>
  *  David Naylor <naylor.b.david@gmail.com>
  *  David O'Brien (obrien@FreeBSD.org)
  *  David O'Brien (obrien@NUXI.com)
  *  David Romano <unobe@cpan.org>
  *  David Shane Holden <dpejesh@yahoo.com>
  *  David Sugar <dyfet@gnu.org>
  *  David Thiel <lx@freebsd.org>
  *  David Thiel <lx@redundancy.redundancy.org>
  *  David Xu
  *  David Yeske <dyeske@gmail.com>
  *  David Yeske <dyeske@yahoo.com>
  *  Davíð Steinn Geirsson <david@isnic.is>
  *  Denis Pokataev <catone@cpan.org>
  *  Denis Shaposhnikov <dsh@vlink.ru>
  *  Denise H. G. <darcsis@gmail.com>
  *  Dennis Herrmann <adox@mcx2.org>
  *  Derek Schrock <dereks@lifeofadishwasher.com>
  *  Devaux Fabien <fab@gcu.info>
  *  Dikshie <dikshie@sfc.wide.ad.jp>
  *  Dima Panov <fluffy@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Dima Sivachenko <dima@chg.ru>
  *  Dimitry Andric <dim@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Dirk Jagdmann <doj@cubic.org>
  *  Ditesh Shashikant Gathani <ditesh@gathani.org>
  *  Dmitry Karasik (<dk@catpipe.net>)
  *  Dmitry Karasik <dmitry@karasik.eu.org>
  *  Dmitry Sivachenko <demon@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Dmitry Sivachenko <dima@Chg.RU>
  *  Dominic Marks <d.marks@student.umist.ac.uk>
  *  Don Croyle <croyle@gelemna.org>
  *  Donald Burr <dburr@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Douglas Thrift
  *  Douglas Thrift <douglas@douglasthrift.net>
  *  Dryice Liu
  *  Dryice Liu <dryice@dryice.name>
  *  Dusan Vejnovic <freebsd@dussan.org>
  *  Ed Schouten <ed@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Ed Schouten <ed@fxq.nl>
  *  Edward Chuang <edwardchuang@gmail.com>
  *  Edward Tomasz Napierala <trasz@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Edwin Groothuis (edwin@mavetju.org)
  *  Edwin Groothuis <edwin2mavetju.org>
  *  Eivind Eklund <eivind@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Elvis Chiang <elvis@sslab.cs.ccu.edu.tw>
  *  Emanuel Haupt <ehaupt@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Emanuel Haupt <ehaupt@critical.ch>
  *  Eric Anholt
  *  Eric Anholt <anholt@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Eric Freeman <freebsdports@chillibear.com>
  *  Eric Schnoebelen <eric@cirr.com>
  *  Erik Greenwald <erik@smluc.org>
  *  Ernst de Haan <znerd@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Erwin Lansing <erwin@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Espen Skoglund <esk@ira.uka.de>
  *  Espen Volden aka voldern <voldern@hoeggen.net>
  *  Euan Thoms <euan@potensol.com>
  *  Eugene Grosbein <ports@grosbein.net>
  *  Evan Sarmiento <bsdports@wayfair.com>
  *  Evgeniy Kosov <evgeniy@kosov.su>
  *  Evgueni V. Gavrilov <aquatique@rusunix.org>
  *  Eygene Ryabinkin <rea-fbsd@codelabs.ru>
  *  Fabian Keil <fk@fabiankeil.de>
  *  Felippe M. Motta <lippe@shire.freebsd.org>
  *  Felippe de Meirelles Motta <lippemail@gmail.com>
  *  Felix Hanley
  *  Felix Palmen <felix@palmen-it.de>
  *  Fernan Aguero <fernan@iib.unsam.edu.ar>
  *  Florian Limberger <flo@snakeoilproductions.net>
  *  Frank Laszlo <laszlof@vonostingroup.com>
  *  Frank Mayhar <frank@exit.com>
  *  Frank Steinborn <steinex@nognu.de>
  *  Frank Wall <freebsd@moov.de>
  *  Frank Wall <fw@moov.de>
  *  Franz Klammer <klammer@webonaut.com>
  *  Frederic Culot <culot@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Frederic Culot <frederic@culot.org>
  *  Frederic Praca <frederic.praca@freebsd-fr.org>
  *  FreeBSD GNOME Team <gnome@FreeBSD.org>
  *  FreeBSD GNOME Team <gnome@freebsd.org>
  *  Frerich Raabe <frerich.raabe@gmx.de>
  *  Fukang Chen <loader@FreeBSD.org>
  *  G. Adam Stanislav <adam@whizkidtech.net>
  *  Gabor Kovesdan <gabor@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Gabor Pali <pgj@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Gabriel M. Dutra <0xdutra@gmail.com>
  *  Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net>
  *  Garrett Wollman <wollman@lcs.mit.edu>
  *  Gasol Wu <gasol.wu@gmail.com>
  *  Gea-Suan Lin
  *  Gea-Suan Lin <gslin@gslin.org>
  *  Geistteufel <geistteufel@yahoo.fr>
  *  Geoffrey Mainland <mainland@apeiron.net>
  *  Geoffroy Desvernay <dgeo@centrale-marseille.fr>
  *  George Hartzell <hartzell@alerce.com>
  *  George Reid <greid@ukug.uk.freebsd.org>
  *  Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Geraud CONTINSOUZAS <geraud@gcu.info>
  *  Geraud Continsouzas <geraud@gcu.info>
  *  Gerrit Beine (<gerrit.beine@gmx.de>)
  *  Gerrit Beine (<gerrit@beine-computer.de>)
  *  Gerrit Beine (<tux@pinguru.net>)
  *  Gerrit Beine <mail+freebsd@gerritbeine.de>
  *  Giacomo Mariani <giacomomariani_at_yahoo_dot_it>
  *  Gilbert Morgan <gmm@tutanota.com>
  *  Giuseppe Pilichi aka Jacula Modyun <jacula@gmail.com>
  *  Glenn Johnson
  *  Green Dog <fiziologus@gmail.com>
  *  Greg Larkin <glarkin@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Gregory Shapiro <gshapiro@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Grzegorz Blach <gblach@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Guangyuan Yang <ygy@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Gustau Perez <gustau.perez@gmail.com>
  *  Gustau Perez i Querol <gustau.perez@gmail.com>
  *  Hajimu UMEMOTO <ume@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Hakisho Nukama <nukama@gmail.com>
  *  Hardy Schumacher <hardy.schumacher@gmx.de>
  *  Hardy Schumacher <lowmaster@web.de>
  *  Henk van Oers <hvo.pm@xs4all.nl>
  *  Henrik Motakef <henrik.motakef@web.de>
  *  Herve Quiroz <herve.quiroz@esil.univ-mrs.fr>
  *  Herve Quiroz <hq@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Hirohisa Yamaguchi <umq@ueo.co.jp>
  *  Hiroyuki Iwatsuki <don@na.rim.or.jp>
  *  Horance Chou <horance@freedom.ie.cycu.edu.tw>
  *  Hung-Yi Chen <gaod@hychen.org>
  *  Hye-Shik Chang
  *  Hye-Shik Chang <perky@FreeBSD.org>
  *  IWATSUKI Hiroyuki <don@na.rim.or.jp>
  *  Ian Vaudrey <i.vaudrey@bigfoot.com>
  *  Iblis Lin <iblis@hs.ntnu.edu.tw>
  *  Igor Vinokurov <igor@zynaps.ru>
  *  Ilia Chipitsine <ilia@cgu.chel.su>
  *  Ion-Mihai "IOnut" Tetcu <itetcu@FreeBSD.org>
  *  J Han <hjh@photino.com>
  *  J. Giovannangeli
  *  J.R. Oldroyd <fbsd@opal.com>
  *  Jaap Boender <jaapb@kerguelen.org>
  *  Jacob Atzen <jatzen@gmail.com>
  *  Jacques Marneweck <jacques@php.net>
  *  Jake Smith <jake@xz.cx>
  *  James Bailie <jimmy@mammothcheese.ca>
  *  James E Keenan <jkeenan@cpan.org>
  *  James FitzGibbon <jfitz@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jan Siml <jsi@jules.de>
  *  Janni
  *  Janni <jannisan@t-online.de>
  *  Janos Mohacsi
  *  Jase Thew <freebsd@beardz.net>
  *  Jason Heiss <jheiss@aput.biz>
  *  Jason Helfman <jgh@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jason Portwood <jason@iac.net>
  *  Jean Milanez Melo <jmelo@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jean-Sébastien Pédron <dumbbell@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jean-Yves Lefort <jylefort@brutele.be>
  *  Jeffrey Hsu <hsu@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jens Grassel <freebsd-ports@jan0sch.de>
  *  Jeremy Norris <ishmael27@home.com>
  *  Jeremy Norris <ishmael27x@yahoo.com>
  *  Jeremy Shaffner <jeremy@external.org>
  *  Jerry A! <jerry@thehutt.org>
  *  Jerry Hicks
  *  Jerry Hicks <wghicks@bellsouth.net>
  *  Jesper Dalberg <jesper@jdn.dk>
  *  Jesse Kempf (jessekempf@gmail.com)
  *  Jesse McConnell <jesse@gallup.com>
  *  Jim Pirzyk <pirzyk@uiuc.edu>
  *  Jim Riggs <ports@christianserving.org>
  *  Jimmy Olgeni <olgeni@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jin-Shan Tseng <tjs@cdpa.nsysu.edu.tw>
  *  Jin-Sih, Lin <linpct@gmail.com>
  *  Joachim Strombergson
  *  Jochen Neumeister (<joneum@bsdproject.de>)
  *  Joe Horn <joehorn@gmail.com>
  *  Joe Kelsey
  *  Joe Marcus Clarke <marcus@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Joep Grooten <joep@di.nl>
  *  Joerg Wunsch <joerg@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Johan Kerckaert <kirk@bricsnet.com>
  *  Johan Str??m <johan@stromnet.se>
  *  Johann Visagie <johann@egenetics.com>
  *  Johann Visagie <wjv@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Johannes Dieterich <jmd@freebsd.org>
  *  Johannes Jost Meixner <xmj@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Johannes Lundberg <johalun0@gmail.com>
  *  Johannes M Dieterich <jmd@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Johannes Meixner <johannes@perceivon.net>
  *  Johannes Meixner <xmj@FreeBSD.org>
  *  John Alden + Eric Freeman <freebsdports@chillibear.com>
  *  John Chen <johnpupu@gmail.com>
  *  John Hein <jhein@symmetricom.com>
  *  John Hood <cgull@glup.org>
  *  John Marino <marino@FreeBSD.org>
  *  John Merryweather Cooper
  *  John Merryweather Cooper et al
  *  Johnny Sorocil <jsorocil@gmail.com>
  *  Jon M. Dugan <jdugan@x1024.net>
  *  Jon Nistor <nistor@snickers.org>
  *  Jona Joachim <walkingshadow@grummel.net>
  *  Jonas Palm <jonaspalm@posteo.de>
  *  Jonathan Anderson <jonathan@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jonathan Weiss (<jw@innerewut.de>)
  *  Jordi Haarman
  *  Jose Alonso Cardenas Marquez <acardenas@bsd.org.pe>
  *  Jose Alonso Cardenas Marquez <acm@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jose Jachuf <jjachuf@gmail.com>
  *  Joseph Benden <joe@thrallingpenguin.com>
  *  Joseph Scott <joseph@randomnetworks.com>
  *  Josh Tiefenbach <josh@zipperup.org>
  *  Jov <amutu@amutu.com>
  *  Ju Pengfei <jupengfei@gmail.com>
  *  Juergen Lock <nox@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jui-Nan Lin <jnlin@freebsd.cs.nctu.edu.tw>
  *  Julien Laffaye <kimelto@gmail.com>
  *  Jun Kuriyama <kuriyama@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Jun Kuriyama <kuriyama@opt.phys.waseda.ac.jp>
  *  June-Yen Huang <jihuang@gate.sinica.edu.tw>
  *  Juraj Lutter <otis@sk.freebsd.org>
  *  Justin Stanford <jus@security.za.net>
  *  KIMURA Yasuhiro <yasu@utahime.org>
  *  Kan Sasaki <sasaki@fcc.ad.jp>
  *  Kapil Chowksey <kchowksey@hss.hns.com>
  *  Karsten Pedersen <kpedersen@opencde.org>
  *  Keith Gaughan <k@stereochro.me>
  *  Kelly Hays <kelly.hays@jkhfamily.org>
  *  Kevin Lo <kevlo@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Khairil Yusof <kaeru@inigo-tech.com>
  *  Kimo <kimor79@yahoo.com>
  *  Kimura Fuyuki <fuyuki@hadaly.org>
  *  Kimura Fuyuki <fuyuki@mj.0038.net>
  *  Kimura Fuyuki <fuyuki@nigredo.org>
  *  Kirill Ponomarev <krion@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Kirill Ponomarew <ponomarew@oberon.net>
  *  Kiyoshi Matsui <kmatsui@t3.rim.or.jp>
  *  Klaus Aehlig <aehlig@linta.de>
  *  Klaus Goger <klaus.goger@reflex.at>
  *  Klaus T. Aehlig <aehlig@linta.de>
  *  Koichiro IWAO <meta@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Konstantin Lepa <konstantin.lepa@gmail.com>
  *  Konstantinos Konstantinidis <kkonstan@daemon.gr>
  *  Koop Mast <kwm@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Kris Moore <kris@pcbsd.org>
  *  Kubilay Kocak <koobs@FreeBSD.org>
  *  Kurt Jaeger <fbsd-ports@opsec.eu>
  *  Kurt Kanzenbach <kurt@kmk-computers.de>
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Sunday, 15 May 2022
01:46 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Upgrade to 11.15

ChangeLog:
Atomic arrays
_Atomic arrays are now correctly forbidden:

typedef int A[2]
explain _Atomic A x  // error: _Atomic array of T is illegal
Note that:

_Atomic int x[2];    // OK: array of _Atomic T is legal
is legal.

CDECLRC environment variable
If none of the --config, -c, --no-config, nor -C command line options
are given and the value of the CDECLRC environment variable isn't empty,
it's used as the full path to the cdeclrc file to read upon start-up.

Configuration file default language
Previously, cdecl would temporarily set the current language to the
latest supported version of C++ while reading a configuration file. It
no longer does this as a special case. Now, as always, it sets the
default language based on the executable name.

enum alignment in C11
Alignment of enums is now correctly allowed in C11.

Types as objects
Previously declared types are now checked to ensure they're not being
used as objects:

cdecl> struct S
cdecl> explain int S                // error (now)
commit hash: cf19ea635a5b7f72715b1c2d25f81d4d605ad738 commit hash: cf19ea635a5b7f72715b1c2d25f81d4d605ad738 commit hash: cf19ea635a5b7f72715b1c2d25f81d4d605ad738 commit hash: cf19ea635a5b7f72715b1c2d25f81d4d605ad738 cf19ea6
Friday, 11 Mar 2022
16:01 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 11.14

ChangeLog:
Alternative tokens & digraphs
Now prints a warning that neither alternative tokens nor digraphs are
supported until C95. Also now printing a warning if alternative tokens
are set and the current language changes to one that doesn't support
them.

east-const in K&R C
Now prints a warning that east-const isn't supported until C89.

using
Now prints a warning that using isn't supported until C++11.

Fixed void f(int())
The long-standing issue #10 has finally been fixed.

Fixed help message
The old mention of files... in the help messages was removed.
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Sunday, 27 Feb 2022
21:03 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.13

ChangeLog:
Aligned enum, struct, and union in C
Alignment of enum, struct, and union is now correctly forbidden in C.

alignas & _Alignas
These keywords are now additionally allowed instead of aligned [as|to]
in pseudo-English.

Auto-completion of cdecl keywords
Cdecl keywords are now not auto-completable when explaining gibberish.

Auto-completion tweaks
new is now auto-completable; variadic is now autocompletable only in C89
and later. The following are now not autocompletable: co_await,
co_return, co_yield, concept, decltype, and requires.

restrict of typedef
restrict is now correctly allowed on typedefs of pointer:

cdecl> typdef int *pint
cdecl> explain restrict pint p
declare p as restricted pint
return English shorthand
return is now accepted as a shorthand for returning in pseudo-English.

English new-style cast synonyms
The C++ keywords const_cast, dynamic_cast, reinterpret_cast, and
static_cast are now synonyms for their respective two-word counterparts
in pseudo-English.

Fixed core dump for --debug/-d for operator
Fixed a core dump when using the --debug/-d option for an operator.

Fixed function returning function parameter crash
A crash for:

explain void f( int()() )
(which is illegal) has been fixed.
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Friday, 11 Feb 2022
15:47 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Upgrade to 11.12.

ChangeLog:
noexcept for function parameters
noexcept is now correctly allowed for pointers to function parameter
arguments:

c++decl> explain void g( void (*f)() noexcept )
declare g as function (f as pointer to no-exception function returning
void) returning void
Dynamic exception specifications
These are now parsed, but either not supported by cdecl through C++14 or
no longer supported in C++17.

Ignore leading whitespace for command completion
Previously, if there was any leading whitesplace before a command, that
is:

cdecl>  dec<TAB>
       ^
              leading whitespace
	      it wouldn't match: now it does.

	      Fixed interactive column
	      The column number printed for error and warning messages
	      while interactive is now correct.
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Sunday, 23 Jan 2022
02:33 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.11

ChangeLog:
using with attributes
Now supporting using with attributes:

c++decl> explain using Int [[maybe_unused]] = int
declare Int as maybe unused type int
Declare types with using
In C++11 and later, types are now declared with using instead of typedef
by default.

using declarations
New --no-using/-u command-line option and using set option that control
whether types are declared with using instead of typedef in C++11 and
later:

c++decl> declare pint as type pointer to int
using pint = int*;
c++decl> set nousing
c++decl> declare pint as type pointer to int
typedef int *pint;
More K&R C types
The types caaddr_t and daddr_t were added; jmp_buf was moved from C89.
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Monday, 3 Jan 2022
16:03 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 11.10

ChangeLog:
Pre-C99 implicit int
Added more support for pre-C99 implicit int:

explain *p                          // pointer to int
explain *p, i                       // pointer to int, int
explain *a[4]                       // array 4 of pointer to int
explain *f()                        // function returning pointer to int
explain (*p)                        // pointer to int -- unnecessary ()
const void function parameters
const (and volatile) qualifiers for void as a function "parameter" (even via a
typedef) are now correctly flagged as an error:

void f1(void);                      // OK
void f2(const void);                // error

typedef void Void;
void f3(Void);                      // OK

typedef const void CVoid;
void f4(CVoid);                     // error
Redefinition check in C++
C++ doesn't support tentative definitions, so:

int i, i;                           // OK in C; error in C++
is always an error in C++ even if the types match.

Restricted pointer to non-object
A restricted pointer to a non-object, e.g., function, is now correctly flagged
as an error:

int (*restrict pf)();               // error
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Wednesday, 22 Dec 2021
18:32 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.9

ChangeLog:
Fixed reading from stdin
Fixed reading from stdin when it's not a TTY.

Redefinition check
Names being redefined with a different type in the same declaration are now
correctly forbidden:

int i, i;                           // OK (tentative definition)
int j, *j;                          // error: different type
Function-like parameter redefinition check
Function-like parameters are now checked for redefinition (more than one
parameter having the same name).

More C++ standard types
Added the standard C++ types std::ispanstream, std::stacktrace_entry, and
std::wispanstream.
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Tuesday, 14 Dec 2021
18:14 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update 11.8

ChangeLog:
New cdecl keywords
There are now the new pseudo-English keywords of evaluation (plus eval as a
shorthand), expression (plus expr), and initialization (plus init) that can
optionally be used after constant (or const) instead of consteval, constexpr, or
constinit, respectively:

c++decl> declare f as constant expression function returning int
constexpr int f();
There are now the new pseudo-English keywords of maybe, unused, thread, local,
as well as discard, except, and return that can be used after no that can be
used instead of maybe_unused, thread_local, nodiscard, noexcept, and noreturn.

Fixed reading of stdin
The "no files as arguments" change broke reading of stdin; fixed.
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Saturday, 11 Dec 2021
02:04 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.7

ChangeLog:
Cdecl keywords
When an unexpected name token is encountered, if said token is a cdecl keyword,
it's now mentioned in the error message:

cdecl> declare ptr as pointer to void
               ^
16: syntax error: "ptr": name expected ("ptr" is a cdecl keyword)
Additionally, cdecl keywords are now also offered in suggestions.

register arrays
register arrays are now correctly allowed.

Zero-sized arrays
Zero-sized arrays are now correctly forbidden.

No files as arguments
Command-line arguments were treated as files if they weren't commands.
This dubious use-case was a hold-over from the original cdecl and has
been removed. (If you want to read a file use -f.)
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Friday, 3 Dec 2021
18:37 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.6

ChangeLog:
C++23 integer literal suffixes
The case-insensitive integer literal suffixes of uz and zu for size_t and z for
ssize_t are now supported.

C++23 operator[]
Now allowing operator[] to have zero or more arguments starting in C++23.

Fixed bug with array of function
Given:

cdecl> explain int f[5](double)
declare f as function (double) returning int
cdecl (1) incorrectly elided the array and therefore (2) didn't report the array
of function as an error.

typedef of function
typedefs of function are now correctly allowed:

typedef int F(void)
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Thursday, 11 Nov 2021
15:03 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 11.5.

ChangeLog:
Better error/warning locations
Locations for error and warning messages have been improved.

show error improvement
The show command now correctly prints all possible commands to define a type
when requested to show a type that doesn't exist.

register warnings
A deprecated warning is now printed for a register array, enum, class, struct,
union, pointer, pointer to member, reference, and rvalue reference between C++11
and C++14. (Previously, a warning was printed only for built-in types and
typedefs.)

K&R function parameter printed as int
For functions having K&R C typeless parameters, int is now printed in C89 and
later since such parameters are implicitly int.

show using before C++11
A show using before C++11 now prints an error.

Help output
Tweaked help output.
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Friday, 29 Oct 2021
09:50 Stefan Eßer (se) search for other commits by this committer
*/*: Remove redundant '-[0-9]*' from CONFLICTS

The conflict checks compare the patterns first against the package
names without version (as reported by "pkg query "%n"), then - if
there was no match - agsinst the full package names including the
version (as reported by "pkg query "%n-%v").

Many CONFLICTS definitions used patterns like "bash-[0-9]*" to filter
for the bash package in any version. But that pattern is functionally
identical with just "bash".

Approved by:	portmgr (blanket)
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Tuesday, 19 Oct 2021
14:52 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade 11.2->11.4

ChangeLog:
11.3:
Added explicit-ecsu option
Both an --explicit-csu/-S command-line and explicit-ecsu set option have been
added that set which type keywords enum, class, struct, or union, are included
explicitly in C++ declarations. The default is struct and
union only, so:

c++decl> declare ps as pointer to struct S
struct S *ps;
c++decl> declare pt as pointer to class T
T *pt;
Fixed nested array declaration
Explaining a declaration like:

explain int (a)[4]
is now fixed.

11.4:
_Atomic(T) in C++23
Now supporting the _Atomic(T) macro in C++23.

Fixed pointer to a typedef of void
Declarations like:

typedef void V
explain V *p
are now fixed.

Allow declarations using unknown scoped type names
Previously, cdecl complained about things like:

cdecl> define S as struct S
cdecl> explain S::T x
                  ^
19: error: "T": unknown name
Now, it just assumes the T is a type:

declare x as T of structure S
cvr-qualified _Atomic
const-volatile-restrict-qualified _Atomic types are now correctly forbidden.
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Sunday, 3 Oct 2021
23:15 Larry Rosenman (ler) search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade from 8.0->11.2

See the github repo for all the changes
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Tuesday, 6 Apr 2021
14:31 Mathieu Arnold (mat) search for other commits by this committer
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles.
commit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb commit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb commit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb commit hash: 305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb 305f148
Thursday, 30 Jul 2020
20:18 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 8.0.

C2X support
Added support for C2X:

Added type char8_t.
Added [[...]] syntax for attributes.
Added [[deprecated]], [[maybe_unused]], and [[nodiscard]] attributes.
Removed support for typeless function arguments in K&R C.
More C++20 support
Added support for constinit and export in C++20.

Embedded C support
Added support for Embedded C:

Added types _Accum and _Fract (and accum and fract).
Added modifier _Sat (and sat and saturated).
Added the typedefs int_hk_t, int_hr_t, int_k_t, int_lk_t, int_lr_t, int_r_t,
uint_uhk_t, uint_uhr_t, uint_uk_t, uint_ulk_t, uint_ulr_t, and uint_your_t.
Since the Embedded C standard is based on C99, support for Embedded C is
available only when the language is set to C99.

Forbidding attribute syntax
The [[xxx]] attribute syntax is now forbidden until either C2X or C++11.

class, struct, & union optional ;
Semicolons are now optional after class, struct, or union declarations.

class, struct, & union define themselves
Before now:

class C { typedef int Int; }
would define only C::Int as a type. Now, the enclosing class, struct, or union
is also defined as a type. Hence, the above is now equivalent to:

define C as class C
define C::Int as int
This also means that either:

class C { }
class C
is eqivalent to:

define C as class C
class, struct, & union commands
class, struct, and union are now commands (just like namespace).

Per-scope types; fixed English scope name order
Each scope of a scoped name (sname) now has its own type. Additionally, the
English printed order is now (correctly) inner-to-outermost. For example:

c++decl> namespace N { class C { typedef int I; }; }
c++decl> explain N::C::I x
declare x as I of class C of namespace N
Floating-point extensions for C types
Added types _Decimal32_t, _Decimal64_t, _Decimal64x, _Decimal128x, _Float32,
_Float32x, _Float64, _Float128, _Float128x, femode_t, and long_double_t.

Aligned to
Now allowing to in addition to as for ... aligned [as|to] ....

show as
Now allowing an optional as in show ... [as] typedef.

asm
Added the asm keyword to prevent declarations from using it.
Original commitRevision:543832 
Monday, 13 Jul 2020
15:26 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 7.4.1.

Allowing signed main()
The legal signed main() signature is now accepted.

Ignoring east-const in English
East const is now ignored when explaining gibberish.

Disallowing reference to reference
References to references are now errors.
Original commitRevision:542144 
Thursday, 2 Jul 2020
01:57 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 7.4.

Bison debugging change
Changed --enable--yydebug configure option to --enable-bison-debug, --yydebug/-y
cdecl options to --bison-debug/-B, and yydebug to bison-debug set option.

Added Flex debugging
Added --enable-flex-debug configure option, --flex-debug/-F cdecl options, and
flex-debug set option.

Fixed set options
Finally fixed parsing of set options.
Original commitRevision:541005 
Monday, 29 Jun 2020
16:35 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 7.3.

Checking main()s signature
The signature of main() is now checked.

More C standard types
Added the standard C types atomic_flag, double_t, fenv_t, fexcept_t, float_t,
jmp_buf, memory_order, va_list, wctrans_t, and wctype_t.

Fixed explaining pointer-to-array function arguments
Explaining a declaration like:

cdecl> explain void f(double (*a)[5])
crashed; fixed.
Original commitRevision:540813 
Monday, 15 Jun 2020
19:21 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 7.2.

- changelog:
new & delete operator overloading
Added support for composing and deciphering C++ overloaded new, new[], delete,
and delete[] operators.

extern &static functions
extern or static functions can not be const.

English scoped types
Given:

struct S { typedef int Int; }
explain S::Int x
the explanation is:

declare x as Int of structure S
but English types ("T of ...") weren't legal in cdecl's grammar. They are now.

More C++ std types
Added types std::align_val_t, std::destroying_delete_t, and std::nothrow_t.

throw() put back
throw is still a keyword so it was put back in C++20.

Fixed user-defined literal argument
Explicitly specifying int is now accepted.
Original commitRevision:539270 
Tuesday, 26 May 2020
17:25 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 7.1.

dded more GNU extensions
Added GNU C's __complex, __complex__, __const, __inline, __restrict, __signed,
__signed__, __volatile, and __volatile__.

_Bool in C
In C, _Bool is now emitted rather than bool.

register removed
register is now removed (but still reserved) in C++17 and later.
Original commitRevision:536642 
Friday, 15 May 2020
19:22 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 7.0.

East const
New -E/--east-const command-line and east-const set options to use "east const"
in gibberish:

cdecl> declare x as const int
int const x;
Correct scope names for nested types
Previously, scope names for nested types were always printed as "of scope"; now
they print the type of scope (class, struct, union, or namespace):

c++decl> struct S { typedef int Int; };
c++decl> explain S::Int x
declare x as Int of structure S
Declare const/volatile user-defined conversion operators
Can now declare const/volatile user-defined conversion operators.

no_unique_address
Added support for the [[no_unique_address]] attribute in C++20.

Typename
Now allowing typename in declarations (even though it's not needed):

struct S { typedef int I; };
explain typename S::I x
typedef typename S::I T
throw() deprecated/removed
throw() has been deprecated starting with C++11 and removed in C++20.

Fixed unknown type in typedef
Fixed a crash caused by a case like:

define S as struct S
explain S::T x
Original commitRevision:535320 
Monday, 27 Apr 2020
16:05 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.11.

Added __inline__, __restrict__, and __thread
Added GNU C's __inline__, __restrict__, and __thread.

Added GNU C types
The GNU C types _Decimal32, _Decimal64, _Decimal128, _Float128, __float128,
_Float16, __fp16, __ibm128, _Float64x, __float80, and __int128 were added to the
set of predefined types.

Added WIN32 types
All of the Windows types, e.g., DWORD, HANDLE, INT, etc., given here were added
to the set of predefined types.

Fixed retypedef
Fixed a crash caused by a case like:

typedef int I
typedef I J
typedef I J
Original commitRevision:533148 
Monday, 13 Apr 2020
17:09 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.10

Added __auto_type
Added GNU C's __auto_type.

Fixed long long C version
The long long type was incorrectly allowed in C89; it wasn't added until C99.

Added pthread.h, threads.h, and C++ thread types
The types pthread_t, pthread_barrier_t, pthread_barrierattr_t, pthread_cond_t,
pthread_condattr_t, pthread_mutex_t, pthread_mutexattr_t, pthread_once_t,
pthread_rwlock_t, pthread_rwlockattr_t, and pthread_spinlock_t from <pthread.h>
(POSIX); the types thrd_t, cnd_t, mtx_t, once_flag, thrd_start_t, tss_dtor_t,
and tss_t from <thread.h> (C11); and std::thread (C++11) and std::jthread
(C++20) from <thread> to the set of predefined types.
Original commitRevision:531619 
Thursday, 27 Feb 2020
23:08 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.9.

Cast accepts as and to
The cast command now accepts as and to in addition to into.

Autocomplete of explain-by-default
Autocomplete was missing explain-by-default; fixed.
Original commitRevision:527312 
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020
21:39 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.8.1.

- Reset lexer start-state
In 6.8, start states were added to the lexer. Resetting the lexer now includes
also resetting the start state.
Original commitRevision:523746 
Monday, 13 Jan 2020
17:04 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.8.

Added set lang=lang
Since the set explicit-int option was added (an option that takes a value), a
set lang=lang option was added.
Original commitRevision:522897 
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2020
15:40 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.7.

Explicit int in English
Previously when explaining integer declarations, int was implicit:

cdecl> explain unsigned x
declare x as unsigned
Now int is explicit:

cdecl> explain unsigned x
declare x as unsigned int
Added explicit-int option
Both a command-line --explicit-int/-I and explicit-int set option have been
added that set which integer types have int explicitly included in declarations.
Original commitRevision:522340 
Thursday, 12 Dec 2019
15:57 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.6.2.

Added atomic_char8_t
Added atomic_char8_t typedef for C++20.

Fixed flex & bison dependency
Now insists on flex & bison only when lexer.c & parser.c don't exist (i.e., when
building from a git clone that doesn't include those files rather than an
official release that does).

Explicit structure definition error
Structure declarations (that were never supported) now produce a specific error
message:

cdecl> explain struct S { int x; };
                        ^
18: error: structure definitions are not supported
Fixed libreadline & libcurses dependency
Moved check for libcurses before libreadline since some implementations of the
latter depend on the former (e.g., Solaris 11).

More gcc warnings
Enabled more gcc warnings and fixed them.

thread-local
Added this (with a -) as an English synonym for thread_local (with an _).
Original commitRevision:519940 
Thursday, 31 Oct 2019
17:17 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.6.1.

Fixed upgrade install
When installing an upgrade, no longer fails when a c++decl symbolic link already
exists.
Original commitRevision:516180 
Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019
20:38 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.6.

Release Notes:
Defaulted & deleted support
Defaulted & deleted special member functions are now supported.

Explain-by-default option
Both a command-line --explain/-e and explain-by-default set option have been
added that assume a command that doesn't start with any command means explain.

Set option abbreviations
Unambiguous set option name abbreviations may now be used.

Virtual constexpr
Virtual constexpr declarations are now only correctly allowed in C++20.
Original commitRevision:515309 
Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019
17:43 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.5.1.

Complete storage-class-like constructors
Previously, only explicit was supported for constructors. Now all of constexpr,
explicit, friend, inline, and
   noexcept (or throw()) are supported.
Original commitRevision:507291 
Monday, 15 Jul 2019
20:34 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.5.

Much better alternative tokens support
Alternative tokens (and, and_eq, etc.) are now parsed correctly in all cases.
Additionally, alternative tokens can be emitted via the new set alt-tokens
option.

Changed -q to -p
The --quiet and -q options (that were in the original cdecl) were changed to
--no-prompt and -p so they're more explicit about what they do.

Trigraphs warning
If the trigraphs option is set and the language is C++17 or later, a warning
will be printed (since trigraphs were removed from C++17).

Set command output changed
The set command now only prints the current options. Its help has beed added to
the help command.

Better K&R C prototypes error
The error message given when attempting to use function prototypes in K&R C has
been improved.

--
Original commitRevision:506711 
Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019
04:00 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.4.2.

Fixed 32-bit CPU support
Now (again) supports running on 32-bit platforms.

More help
The --help option now prints long options and project URLs.
Original commitRevision:505139 
Friday, 21 Jun 2019
02:15 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.4.1.

Fixed use of GNU Readline
Several things relating to the use of GNU Readline were fixed.

(I (ler) reported the warnings, and bison warnings that were
also fixed).
Original commitRevision:504754 
Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019
15:23 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: shut up warnings about POSIX Yacc.
Original commitRevision:504555 
13:22 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.4.

Added support for user-defined conversion operators
Now supports C++ user-defined conversion operators.

cdecl> explain operator int const*() const
declare constant user-defined conversion operator returning pointer to constant
int
Added support for alignment specifiers
Now supports C11 _Alignas and C++11 alignas specifiers.

cdecl> explain _Alignas(64) int x
declare x as int aligned as 16 bytes
Added more predefined typedefs
More predefined typedefs were added: fd_set, nfds_t, and sigset_t.

Reported by:	portscout
Original commitRevision:504546 
Thursday, 23 May 2019
17:34 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Upgrade to 6.3.2.

Added missing virtual for destructor
Added virtual that was missing from the help and man page for destructor.
Original commitRevision:502345 
05:15 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.3.1.

Added support for noexcept constructors
Constructors can now be noexcept.

Added support for noexcept and virtual destructors
Destructors can now be noexcept and/or virtual.
Original commitRevision:502308 
Wednesday, 22 May 2019
13:49 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.3.

Added support for constructors & destructors
Now supports C++ constructors & destructors.

Split up help command output
The output of the "help" command has been split into "command" and "english"
because the output has gotten too big for an 80x24 screen.
Original commitRevision:502270 
Saturday, 11 May 2019
22:37 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 6.2.

Added C++11 user-defined literal support
Added support for user-defined literals. For example:

cdecl> explain int operator"" _a(unsigned long long x)
declare _a as user-defined literal (x as unsigned long long) returning int
More commands as first argument
More commands (define, namespace, set, static, typedef, and using) are now
recognized as such when they are the first argument.

Added support for char8_t
Now supports C++20's char8_t.

Added support for more standard types
Added typedef declarations for div_t, imaxdiv_t, ldiv_t, lldiv_t, sig_atomic_t,
streambuf, streamoff, streamsize, and wstreambuf.
Original commitRevision:501311 
Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019
09:55 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.1.

Final or override now implies virtual
Either final or override in a function's signature now implies it's virtual:

cdecl> explain void f() override
declare f as overridden virtual member function returning void

Reported by:	portscout
Original commitRevision:499166 
Tuesday, 9 Apr 2019
14:04 sunpoet search for other commits by this committer
Update devel/readline to 8.0

- Bump PORTREVISION of dependent ports for shlib change

Changes:	https://tiswww.case.edu/php/chet/readline/CHANGES
PR:		236156
Exp-run by:	antoine
Original commitRevision:498476 
Sunday, 31 Mar 2019
02:58 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.0.2

Added strndup()
Added Gnulib's strndup() for systems that don't have it.

Fixed cast warning
Fixed "cast to pointer from integer of different size" on some compilers.
Original commitRevision:497377 
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2019
17:37 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 6.0.1.

6.0 release notes:
Added C++ scoped name support
Added support for scoped names in C++. For example:

cdecl> explain int S::x
declare x of scope S as int
cdecl> define S::T as struct T; explain S::T x
declare x as T of scope S
Added partial namespace support
Specifically, you can now perform typedef and using declarations within
namespaces or inline namespaces:

c++decl> namespace S { inline namespace T { typedef int Int; } }
c++decl> show user typedef
namespace S::T { typedef int Int; }

6.0.1 release note:
Fixed undefined uint64_t
Fixed a compile-time error on some platforms.

Reported by:	portscout
Original commitRevision:496902 
Thursday, 13 Dec 2018
19:50 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Update to 5.2.

Added digraph and trigraph support
Added support for digraphs and trigraphs.
Original commitRevision:487379 
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018
19:51 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: Update to 5.1

Added C++20 support
Specifically, consteval functions, operator<=>(), and predefined typedefs were
added: partial_ordering, strong_equality, strong_ordering, weak_equality, and
weak_ordering.

Added C18 support
Since C18 is only a bugfix version, "C18" is merely recognized as a valid
version of C.
Original commitRevision:486984 
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018
15:30 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 5.0.

pet portlint.

Added all C/C++ keywords
All C/C++ keywords have been added to the lexer/parser to prevent declaring
variables or functions having names that are keywords. For example:

declare break as int
is now correctly reported as an error.

Additionally, names that are keywords is later versions of C/C++, while legal,
now issue warnings, e.g.:

cdecl> declare class as int
               ^
18: warning: "class" is a keyword in C++98
int class;
Operator overloading
Added support for composing and deciphering C++ overloaded operators.

Fixed const/volatile reference
Declarations of the form:

declare r as const reference to int
declare r as volatile reference to int
are now correctly reported as an error.

Added member/non-member to functions
You can now explcitly specify either "member" or "non-member" in declarations:

declare f as const member function
Additionally, cdecl will include "member" in function explanations when it can
infer a function is a member function:

cdecl> explain void f() const
declare f as constant member function returning void
Fixed friend const/volatile/override/final/virtual/reference functions
Declarations of the form:

declare f as friend const function returning bool
are now correctly reported as an error.
Original commitRevision:486374 
Monday, 8 Oct 2018
16:45 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.8.

Show command improvement
The show command can now show the definition of a type in English
(same as before, but now the default) or in gibberish as a typedef
(new, optional).

Note also that the trailing types keyword has been removed from
the command: it wasn't needed.
Original commitRevision:481550 
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2018
16:41 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.7.

Added more predefined typedefs
More predefined typedefs were added: blkcnt_t, blksize_t, clockid_t, clock_t,
dev_t, errno_t, FILE, fpos_t, gid_t, in_addr_t, ino_t, in_port_t, mbstate_t,
mode_t, nlink_t, off_t, pid_t, rlim_t, rsize_t, sa_family_t, socklen_t,
suseconds_t, time_t, uid_t, useconds_t, and wint_t.
Original commitRevision:479535 
Sunday, 1 Jul 2018
21:22 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.6.1:
Fixed explaining of unnamed array function arguments
Explaining unnamed array function arguments like:

void f(char[])
now works.
Original commitRevision:473683 
19:50 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update from 4.4.3 to 4.6

4.5 Release Notes:
Using declarations
Added support for C++11's using declarations as a synonym for typedef.

4.6 Release Notes:
Explain using declarations
Added support for explaining C++11's using declarations.

Notified by: portscout
Original commitRevision:473679 
Monday, 19 Mar 2018
01:08 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.4.3.
Minor fix to red-black tree code.
Now initializing node->parent to NIL.
Original commitRevision:464974 
Sunday, 5 Nov 2017
19:50 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 4.4.2.

Fixed declare of function with an invalid argument
A declaration like:

declare f as function (x as unknown_type)
now correctly reports the unknown type.
Original commitRevision:453559 
Sunday, 29 Oct 2017
19:56 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.4.1

Fixed typedef of pointer-to-function
A typedef like:

typedef void (*f)(int)
now works correctly.

Added CONFIGURATION FILE section
The cdecl(1) man page now contains a CONFIGURATION FILE section.
Original commitRevision:453132 
Thursday, 26 Oct 2017
19:53 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 4.4.

Added C++ attribute specifier support
The C++ attrribute specifiers carries_dependency, deprecated, noreturn,
maybe_unused, and nodiscard are now supported.
Original commitRevision:452949 
Saturday, 14 Oct 2017
23:50 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.3:
Added C99 _Imaginary number support
C99 _Imaginary number declarations are now supported.

External
The keyword external is now a synonym for extern.

More English for explain
More English synonyms are used in explanations, e.g.:

declare x as automatic
declare x as constant int
declare x as enumeration E
declare x as structure S
Original commitRevision:452095 
09:11 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 4.2.

Added noexcept and throw() support
Function declarations may now include exception specifications.

Fixed handling of leading whitespace in command-line argument
The unusual case of:

cdecl ' declare x as int'
i.e., a quoted argument having leading whitespace, is now handled correctly.
Original commitRevision:452049 
Monday, 9 Oct 2017
19:53 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 4.1.

New C11 standard atomic types
The following C11 atomic types are now supported via the new typedef command:
atomic_bool, atomic_char, atomic_schar, atomic_char16_t, atomic_char32_t,
atomic_wchar_t, atomic_short, atomic_int, atomic_long, atomic_llong,
atomic_uchar, atomic_ushort, atomic_uint, atomic_ulong, atomic_ullong,
atomic_ptrdiff_t, atomic_size_t, atomic_intmax_t, atomic_intptr_t,
atomic_uintptr_t, atomic_uintmax_t, atomic_int_fast8_t, atomic_int_fast16_t,
atomic_int_fast32_t, atomic_int_fast64_t, atomic_uint_fast8_t,
atomic_uint_fast16_t, atomic_uint_fast32_t, atomic_uint_fast64_t,
atomic_int_least8_t, atomic_int_least16_t, atomic_int_least32_t,
atomic_int_least64_t, atomic_uint_least8_t, atomic_uint_least16_t,
atomic_uint_least32_t, and atomic_uint_least64_t.

Fixed typedef and define commands with storage classes
Typedef and define now prohibit storage classes, e.g.:

typedef static int sint;
is now correctly reported as an error.
Original commitRevision:451635 
Friday, 22 Sep 2017
13:19 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 4.0.
Added C++17 support
Specifically, inline variable declarations are now supported.

New typedef and define commands
New typedef gibberish and define english commands have been added to allow new
types to be defined that can then be used in subsequent declarations and
explanations.

New C99 standard types
The following C99 types are now supported via the new typedef command:
int8_t, int16_t, int32_t, int64_t, int_fast8_t, int_fast16_t, int_fast32_t,
int_fast64_t, int_least16_t, int_least32_t, int_least64_t, int_least8_t,
intmax_t, intptr_t, ptrdiff_t, uint8_t, uint16_t, uint32_t, uint64_t,
uint_fast8_t, uint_fast16_t, uint_fast32_t, uint_fast64_t, uint_least8_t,
uint_least16_t, uint_least32_t, uint_least64_t, uintmax_t, and uintptr_t.

New --no-typedefs/-t command-line options
Either of these options suppresses the definition of the standard C99 types.

Reads configuration file
Upon start-up and if it exists, reads ~/.cdeclrc (by default) for
user-definedtypedef or define commands.

New --config/-c command-line options
These options specify an alternate configuration file to read upon start-up. As
a result, the -c option in earlier versions of cdecl used to specify when to
colorize output has been renamed to -k.

New --no-config/-C command-line options
These options suppress the reading of a configuration file, even one
explicitlyspecified via --config/-c.

New show command
A new show command has been added to show the definition of either predefined or
user-defined types.

Register warning
The use of register now triggers a warning in C++11 and later.

Reported by:	portscout
Original commitRevision:450371 
Wednesday, 30 Aug 2017
18:06 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.6.
First word of first argument
The first word of the first non-option command-line argument is now also checked
to see
if it's a command thus allowing fully quoted strings:

$ cdecl 'explain int *const p'
Original commitRevision:448994 
Sunday, 27 Aug 2017
03:26 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.5

Added ssize_t
Similar to size_t, support for ssize_t has been added.
Original commitRevision:448798 
Monday, 17 Jul 2017
17:45 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 3.4.1
Fixed new-style casts C++ version
New-style casts are now permitted as far back as C++98.
Original commitRevision:446085 
Friday, 14 Jul 2017
17:52 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: update to 3.4.

Static & type-qualified arrays
Added support for C99 static and type-qualified array function arguments, e.g.:

    void f( int a[static const 10] );
Variable length arrays
Added support for C99 variable length array function arguments, e.g.:

    void f( int a[*] );
    void g( int a[const *] );
Help command-line argument
Now prints the help message and exits if the first command-line argument is
"help".

Fixed reference to array
The generated gibberish for "reference to array" has been fixed.
Original commitRevision:445800 
Tuesday, 27 Jun 2017
13:46 sunpoet search for other commits by this committer
Update devel/readline to 7.0 patch 3

- Bump PORTREVISION for shlib change

Changes:	https://cnswww.cns.cwru.edu/php/chet/readline/CHANGES
		https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2016-09/msg00107.html
		https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-readline/2017-01/msg00002.html
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D11172
PR:		219947
Exp-run by:	antoine
Original commitRevision:444463 
Wednesday, 7 Jun 2017
17:22 ler search for other commits by this committer
Update devel/cdecl to 3.3.

Help command-line option
Added the command-line options of -h or --help that prints the usage message.

Fixed const pointers to members
Explaining const/volatile pointers to members now works.
Original commitRevision:442855 
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
01:48 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.1

**C++ new-style casts**
Added support for C++ new-style casts.

**Language-sensitive autocompletion**
Autocompletion is now language-sensitive in that it will not offer completions
that are not valid in the current language.

**Context-sensitive autocompletion**
Autocompletion is now slightly more context-sensitive in that it will offer only
command keywords for the first word in the input.

**Fixed command-line error printing**
Command-line input is now printed when there's an error.
Original commitRevision:442043 
Monday, 29 May 2017
11:58 ler search for other commits by this committer
Update devel/cdecl to 3.1.5

**Fixed color prompt caret position**
The position of the caret in error messages when using color prompts has been
fixed.
Original commitRevision:441981 
Wednesday, 24 May 2017
19:51 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl upgrade to 3.1.4:

Fixed cv-qualifier in help
The <cv-qualifier> in the help text was missing .
Original commitRevision:441611 
Saturday, 6 May 2017
15:32 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.1.3
Fixed synonyms in explain
Explanations no longer wrongly allow English synonyms.

Approved by:	adamw (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:440278 
Friday, 5 May 2017
23:17 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.1.2

Fixed declarations with storage-class
Declarations like:

declare x as static pointer to function returning int
declare x as type pointer to function returning int
are fixed.

Approved by:	adamw (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:440207 
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
12:16 mat search for other commits by this committer
Simplify USE_GITHUB usage.

Sponsored by:	Absolight
Original commitRevision:440009 
Monday, 1 May 2017
01:54 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to 3.1.1

Parallel builds
Parallel builds were fixed.

Manual page caveats
Added additional caveats: qualified C++ data members or member functions
    are not supported.

Approved by:	adamw (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:439858 
00:39 ler search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: upgrade to new major version 3.1

	This version fixes virtually all the deficiencies in earlier versions as well
as adds many new features, most notably:

Using GNU Autotools for building.
Command-line long-options.
Distinguishes among K&R C, C89, C95, C99, C11, C++98, C++03, C++11, and C++14.
Support for C11 and C++11 types bool, char16_t, char32_t, complex, restrict,
size_t, thread_local, and wchar_t.
Support for inline function declarations.
Support for typedef declarations.
Support for variadic function arguments.
Support for C++11 constexpr, enum class, mutable, rvalue references, and the
function trailing return-type syntax.
Support for const, final, friend, override, volatile, virtual, pure virtual, and
ref-qualified C++ member function declarations.
Better warning and error messages complete with location information and color.

Take Maintainer'ship.

Submitted by:	paul@lucasmail.org
Approved by:	adamw (mentor, implicit)
Original commitRevision:439855 
Sunday, 7 Aug 2016
17:21 marino search for other commits by this committer
devel/cdecl: document ncurses, fix for DragonFly

While here, incorporate getline fix into the regenerated patches.
Original commitRevision:419783 
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2016
15:33 mat search for other commits by this committer
Cleanup $() variables in ports Makefiles.

Mostly replace with ${}, but sometime, replace with $$() because it is
what was intended in the first place. (I think.)

Sponsored by:	Absolight
Original commitRevision:418840 
Friday, 13 May 2016
18:51 bapt search for other commits by this committer
Prevent collision with getline(3)
Original commitRevision:415132 
Friday, 25 Dec 2015
14:42 amdmi3 search for other commits by this committer
- Switch to options helpers
Original commitRevision:404424 
Thursday, 14 May 2015
10:15 mat search for other commits by this committer
MASTER_SITES cleanup.

- Replace ${MASTER_SITE_FOO} with FOO.
- Merge MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR into MASTER_SITES when possible. (This means 99.9%
  of the time.)
- Remove occurrences of MASTER_SITE_LOCAL when no subdirectory was present and
  no hint of what it should be was present.
- Fix some logic.
- And generally, make things more simple and easy to understand.

While there, add magic values to the FESTIVAL, GENTOO, GIMP, GNUPG, QT and
SAMBA macros.

Also, replace some EXTRACT_SUFX occurences with USES=tar:*.

Checked by:	make fetch-urlall-list
With hat:	portmgr
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Original commitRevision:386312 
Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
06:00 eadler search for other commits by this committer
Hand back my ports to the pool.

Ports require time and TLC which I no longer have.
Original commitRevision:369161 
Saturday, 7 Dec 2013
05:35 eadler search for other commits by this committer
Remove PORT_OPTIONS:MDOCS checks from ports which don't need it
Add NO_ARCH if useful
Original commitRevision:335813 
Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013
18:57 eadler search for other commits by this committer
Unquiet my ports to make debugging easier.
Original commitRevision:331409 
Saturday, 12 Oct 2013
20:29 eadler search for other commits by this committer
Convert to staging
Original commitRevision:330186 
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
17:03 bapt search for other commits by this committer
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
devel part 1)
Original commitRevision:327722 

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