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|30 Sep 2018 11:58:31
The FreeBSD GNOME team proudly presents GNOME 3.28 for FreeBSD.
The offical GNOME 3.28 release notes can be found at
Thanks to Antoine Brodin for running the exp-runs.
|14 Feb 2018 21:15:32
graphics/graphene: fix build when GTKDOC option enabled, pet portlint
... by adding BUILD_DEPENDS textproc/gtk-doc for the GTKDOC case
Submitted by: Walter Schwarzenfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reported by: Grzegorz Junka <email@example.com>
|03 Jan 2018 13:22:32
- Remove the use of comp_DETECT.
- Remove all comp_DETECT variables.
- Remove a use of comp_DETECT outside of gnome.mk
- Remove py3gobject3.
- Have ports depending directly on devel/py-gobject3 use gnome to do it.
Submitted by: mat
Exp-run by: antoine
Sponsored by: Absolight
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D13550
|30 Nov 2017 15:50:34
Convert Python ports to FLAVORS.
Ports using USE_PYTHON=distutils are now flavored. They will
automatically get flavors (py27, py34, py35, py36) depending on what
versions they support.
There is also a USE_PYTHON=flavors for ports that do not use distutils
but need FLAVORS to be set. A USE_PYTHON=noflavors can be set if
using distutils but flavors are not wanted.
A new USE_PYTHON=optsuffix that will add PYTHON_PKGNAMESUFFIX has been
added to cope with Python ports that did not have the Python
PKGNAMEPREFIX but are flavored.
USES=python now also exports a PY_FLAVOR variable that contains the(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|13 May 2017 08:37:29
Move the meson generated pkg-config files to libdata/pkg-config, this
makes ports build by meson respect the current policy regarding pkg-config
files. I picked this solution over hacking meson itself, and potential
Bump graphics/graphene due to this change.
Obtained from: Code copied from ports/218067 by mat@
|18 Apr 2017 12:58:16
Graphene contains optimizations for speeding up vector operations, those
optimizations are optional, and used only if both Graphene was compiled
with support for them and if the system you're running on has them.
Currently, Graphene supports the following platform-specific fast paths:
Streaming SIMD Extensions (SSE) 2
GCC vector extensions
In the remote case in which none of these optimizations are available,
Graphene will fall back to a naive scalar implementation