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non port: devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_eu-config.h

Number of commits found: 4

Wed, 7 Nov 2018
[ 21:13 cem ] Original commit   Revision:484412
484412 devel/elfutils/Makefile
484412 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_eu-config.h
devel/elfutils: Unbreak gcc8 build

Drop one new gcc8 warning, and fix another in the FreeBSD glibc-
compatibility shim patch.

Re-enable gcc8 option (USE_GCC= yes).

Bump PORTREVISION due to the patch change (no functional change).

PR:		232932
Reported by:	gerald, kib
Reviewed by:	bdrewery
Approved by:	bdrewery
Sponsored by:	Dell EMC Isilon
Differential Revision:
Fri, 11 Nov 2016
[ 17:03 cem ] Original commit   Revision:425895
425895 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_eu-config.h
elfutils: Fix build on CURRENT

CURRENT added a #define for basename, which conflicts with elfutils'.
Undefine it before defining ours.

Reported by:	pkg-fallout
Reviewed by:	bapt@
Sponsored by:	Dell EMC Isilon
Differential Revision:
Fri, 5 Aug 2016
[ 17:35 cem ] Original commit   Revision:419697
419697 devel/elfutils/Makefile
419697 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_eu-config.h
elfutils: Fix port build after recent basename() API break

The previous basename() API was shadowing bugs anyway.  This Linux-originated
library assumes GNU basename(3) behavior.  GNU basename(3) is non-destructive
and non-allocating; it always returns a pointer into the original string.  This
library uses that behavior to do things like compare pointer results directly
(the source path was already a basename) or subtract pointer values directly
(compute the substring that constitutes dirname).

Resolve the issue by aliasing all internal elfutils basename() invocations
through an implementation of GNU basename(3) named "eu_basename."

Build log highlighting the problem:

Approved by:	bdrewery
Differential Revision:
Wed, 13 Jul 2016
[ 17:48 cem ] Original commit   Revision:418495
418495 devel/Makefile
418495 devel/elfutils
418495 devel/elfutils/Makefile
418495 devel/elfutils/distinfo
418495 devel/elfutils/files
418495 devel/elfutils/files/patch-backends_x86__64__initreg.c
418495 devel/elfutils/files/
418495 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_byteswap.h
418495 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_endian.h
418495 devel/elfutils/files/patch-lib_error.c

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Add elfutils 0.163

Elfutils is a collection of utilities, including: stack (to show
backtraces); nm (for listing symbols from object files); size (for
listing the section sizes of an object or archive file); strip (for
discarding symbols); readelf (to see the raw ELF file structures);
elflint (to check for well-formed ELF files); and elfcompress (to
compress or decompress ELF sections).

It also provides libraries to allow other programs to manipulate ELF and
DWARF data.


Reviewed by:	bdrewery
Sponsored by:	EMC / Isilon Storage Division
Differential Revision:

Number of commits found: 4

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