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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 24 Jun 2019
[ 10:14 danfe ] Original commit   Revision:505020
505020 converters/ocaml-base64/Makefile
505020 converters/ocaml-jsonm/Makefile
505020 databases/ocaml-sqlite3/Makefile
505020 devel/aifad/Makefile
505020 devel/cil/Makefile
505020 devel/menhir/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camljava/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/Makefile
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/distinfo
505020 devel/ocaml-camlp4/files/patch-Makefile

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Update OCaml to version 4.05.0 (this is the last version where strings
are unsafe by default, which is the main motivation why it was picked,
but not the very latest one) and synchronize the rest of the stack and
dependent ports with it, particularly:

  - Update `devel/ocaml-ocamlbuild' to version 0.14.0 and unbreak,
    register build dependency on all ports that require it (should
    be part of USE_OCAML, but we do not want to make any Mk-related
    changes the for time being)
  - Update `devel/ocaml-camlp4' to version 4.05+2
  - Update `devel/ocaml-camlp5' to version 7.07 (the project had
    moved to GitHub)
  - Mark `devel/ocaml-deriving-ocsigen' as BROKEN for now, it is
    very outdated and requires quite a lot of work
  - Update `x11-toolkits/ocaml-labltk' to version 8.06.3

PR:		218333
Exp-run by:	antoine
Fri, 1 May 2015
[ 14:15 pi ] Original commit   Revision:385114
385114 devel/Makefile
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/Makefile
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/distinfo
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/files
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/files/patch-Makefile
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/files/patch-build_install.sh
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/pkg-descr
385114 devel/ocaml-camlp4/pkg-plist
New port: devel/ocaml-camlp4

Camlp4 is a software system for writing extensible parsers for
programming languages. It provides a set of OCaml libraries that are
used to define grammars as well as loadable syntax extensions of such
grammars. Camlp4 stands for Caml Preprocessor and Pretty-Printer and
one of its most important applications is the definition of
domain-specific extensions of the syntax of OCaml.

Camlp4 was part of the official OCaml distribution until its version
4.01.0. Since then it has been replaced by a simpler system which is
easier to maintain and to learn: ppx rewriters and extension points.

WWW: https://github.com/ocaml/camlp4

PR:		195773
Submitted by:	Michael Grunewald <michipili@gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 2

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