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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 11 Jun 2016
[ 18:41 marino ] Original commit   Revision:416739
416739 devel/gnatcoll/Makefile
416739 devel/gnatcoll/distinfo
416739 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-Makefile
416739 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-configure
416739 devel/gnatcoll/pkg-plist
416739 devel/gps/Makefile
416739 devel/gps/distinfo
416739 devel/gps/files/patch-Makefile.in
416739 devel/gps/files/patch-gps_Makefile
416739 devel/gps/files/patch-shared.gpr

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devel/gps: Upgrade to 2016 release (plus 2 dependencies)

x11-toolkits/gtkada3: Upgrade version 3.8.3.2 => 3.14.2
devel/gnatcoll:       Upgrade version    2015 => 2016
devel/gps:            Upgrade version 6.1.1.0 => 2016

This upgrade appears to work flawlessly on DragonFly, but
on FreeBSD the PR list below regarding navigation to code
error is unfortunately still valid.

PR:	202317
Tue, 23 Jun 2015
[ 22:20 marino ] Original commit   Revision:390464
390464 Mk/Uses/ada.mk
390464 devel/gnatcoll/Makefile
390464 devel/gnatcoll/distinfo
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-configure
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__iconv.gpr
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__readline.gpr.in
390464 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_iconv_with__iconv_iconv__support.c
390464 devel/gnatcoll/pkg-plist
390464 devel/gps/Makefile
390464 devel/gps/distinfo

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Ada Framework: Switch to gcc5-aux, upgrade 6 packages at once

The transition from gcc-aux to gcc5-aux in the Ada framework has been
blocked by the inability to build gtkada3 and, once resolved, GPS (due
to tight locking with compiler).

A few days ago, Adacore made their annual release of their main libre
products, include GPS.  However, some products were tightly coupled with
the recent compilers, so in order to upgrade, the compiler had to be
switched and dependencies require many ports to be upgraded at once:

  * lang/asis
  * devel/gnatcoll
  * devel/gps
  * x11-toolkits/gtkada3
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Thu, 22 May 2014
[ 11:13 marino ] Original commit   Revision:354824
354824 devel/Makefile
354824 devel/gnatcoll
354824 devel/gnatcoll/Makefile
354824 devel/gnatcoll/distinfo
354824 devel/gnatcoll/files
354824 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__iconv.gpr
354824 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__readline.gpr.in
354824 devel/gnatcoll/files/patch-src_gnatcoll__tools.gpr
354824 devel/gnatcoll/pkg-descr
354824 devel/gnatcoll/pkg-plist
Add new Ada port: devel/gnatcoll

These components are a major building block of the GNAT Programming
Studio.  As the package description below states, it can also be used
generically.  This splits GNATColl out prior to GPS version upgrade.

    =================================================================

The reusable library known as the GNAT Component Collection (GNATColl)
is based on one main principle: general-purpose packages that are part of
the GNAT technology should also be available to user application code.
The compiler front end, the GNAT Programming Studio (GPS) Interactive
Development Environment, and the GNAT Tracker web-based interface all
served as sources for the components.
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Number of commits found: 3

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