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non port: lang/myrddin/Makefile

Number of commits found: 9

Sun, 1 Jul 2018
[ 11:13 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:473665
473665 lang/myrddin/Makefile
Do not always run the test suite

Requested by:	mat
[ 06:48 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:473654
473654 lang/myrddin/Makefile
473654 lang/myrddin/distinfo
lang/myrddin: Update to 0.3.1

- No functional change on FreeBSD in this version
- Building the bootstrap target is enough to build Myrddin
- Always run the test suite after the build
Sat, 30 Jun 2018
[ 03:26 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:473595
473595 lang/myrddin/Makefile
473595 lang/myrddin/distinfo
473595 lang/myrddin/pkg-plist
lang/myrddin: Update to 0.3

Wed, 9 May 2018
[ 09:55 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:469441
469441 lang/myrddin/Makefile
469441 lang/myrddin/distinfo
lang/myrddin: Update to 0.2.2

This release will build correctly with lld.
Thu, 29 Mar 2018
[ 15:02 emaste ] Original commit   Revision:465900
465900 Mk/
465900 devel/libds/Makefile
465900 devel/pdcurses/Makefile
465900 devel/ztcl/Makefile
465900 irc/eggdrop-devel/Makefile
465900 irc/eggdrop/Makefile
465900 irc/evangeline/Makefile
465900 java/java3d/Makefile
465900 lang/myrddin/Makefile
465900 lang/rexx-imc/Makefile

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Use BINARY_ALIAS to make LLD_UNSAFE more widely applicable

Some ports do not honour $LD or -fuse-ld=bfd in $CFLAGS, but do invoke
ld via $PATH.   Automatically set BINARY_ALIAS+=ld=${LD} when LLD_UNSAFE
is active to use ld.bfd for these ports.

Approved by:	portmgr (antoine)
Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Differential Revision:
Tue, 27 Mar 2018
[ 17:45 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:465725
465725 lang/myrddin/Makefile
lang/myrddin: Fix build when ld is ld.lld

ld: error: <internal>: section sh_addralign is not a power of 2

Myrddin's build system directly calls ld so LLD_UNSAFE can't work
here.  Workaround the issue by adding a binary alias to ld.bfd to fix
the build for now.

PR:		226986
Reported by:	emaste
Fri, 8 Dec 2017
[ 18:42 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:455792
455792 lang/myrddin/Makefile
lang/myrddin: Fix build when PREFIX != /usr/local
Fri, 22 Sep 2017
[ 11:11 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:450355
450355 lang/myrddin/Makefile
450355 lang/myrddin/distinfo
450355 lang/myrddin/pkg-plist
lang/myrddin: Update to 0.2.0

Mon, 13 Mar 2017
[ 15:11 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:436084
436084 lang/Makefile
436084 lang/myrddin
436084 lang/myrddin/Makefile
436084 lang/myrddin/distinfo
436084 lang/myrddin/pkg-descr
436084 lang/myrddin/pkg-plist
New port: lang/myrddin

Myrddin is a systems programming language that covers a similar niche
as C including desktop, OS, and embedded development, but at the same
time making it harder to shoot yourself in the foot.

It is designed to be a simple language that runs close to the metal,
giving the programmer predictable and transparent behavior and mental
model.  It also does strong type checking, generics, type inference,
closures, and traits.

Myrddin is not a language designed to explore the forefront of type
theory or compiler technology.  It is not a language that is focused
on guaranteeing perfect safety.  It is satisfied to be a practical,
small, fairly well defined, and easy to understand language for code
that needs to be close to the hardware.


Approved by:	lme (mentor)
Differential Revision:

Number of commits found: 9

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