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Number of commits found XX: 5

Sat, 20 Oct 2018
[ 14:57 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:482554
482554 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
482554 lang/ruby25/Makefile
482554 lang/ruby25/distinfo
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-configure.ac
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-ext-openssl-extconf.rb
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-lib_mkmf.rb
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-lib_rdoc_generator_json__index.rb
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-lib_rdoc_generator_json_index.rb
482554 lang/ruby25/files/patch-tool_mkconfig.rb
482554 lang/ruby25/pkg-plist
Update to 2.5.3

- Move USES upward
- Remove no-op MLINKS and create symlinks for manpages
- Sort INSTALLED_SCRIPTS
- Regenerate patch files with makepatch:

Changes:	https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2018/10/18/ruby-2-5-3-released/
		https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2018/10/17/ruby-2-5-2-released/
PR:		232431
Submitted by:	Yasuhiro KIMURA <yasu@utahime.org>
Security:	afc60484-0652-440e-b01a-5ef814747f06
MFH:		2018Q4
Tue, 25 Sep 2018
[ 13:11 romain ] Original commit   Revision:480661
480661 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
480661 lang/ruby24/files/patch-configure.in
480661 lang/ruby25/files/patch-configure.ac
Address more linker issues

This resolves a ninja-related issues, corrects passing private args to linker
while building libruby itself (without external LDFLAGS), exports the full
symbols table, and pet 'pkg check -d'. Issues with weechat, vim, facter,
rubygem-hpricot and rubygem-rdiscount should be fixed.  See [1] for long story
of hunting and fixing these issues.

Bump PORTREVISIONS accordingly.

PR:		230238 [1], 231361
Submitted by:	fuffy
Approved by:	fuffy
Thu, 20 Sep 2018
[ 09:12 romain ] Original commit   Revision:480158
480158 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
480158 lang/ruby24/files/patch-configure.in
480158 lang/ruby25/files/patch-configure.ac
Revert the "DLD_FLAGS" pollution part of r475483.

It was initially got from ruby23, but recent ruby releases have some
differences in runtime linking, which was not hit by exp-run, and caused
trouble with some ports (e.g. devel/leatherman, sysutils/facter).

PR:		230238
Submitted by:	fluffy
Reported by:	freebsd@ptty.com
Approved by:	fluffy
Thu, 13 Sep 2018
[ 19:26 ed ] Original commit   Revision:479692
479692 lang/ruby23/files/patch-configure.in
479692 lang/ruby24/files/patch-configure.in
479692 lang/ruby25/files/patch-configure.ac
lang/ruby2[345]: Improve qsort_r() detection

This change merges the following upstream pull request into the Ruby
interpreter ports:

	https://github.com/ruby/ruby/pull/1954

Adding this patch to these ports will ensure that once we patch up
qsort_r() to be compatible with glibc, Ruby will automatically pick them
up. Ruby should also build fine without this patch, but this will cause
it to use its own implementation, which blows up the binary size
slightly.

Poudriere runs seem to pass for 11.x amd64. Logs indicate that this
doesn't negatively affect the existing qsort_r() detection:

	checking whether qsort_r is GNU version... no
	checking whether qsort_r is BSD version... yes

PR:		231256
Approved by:	sunpoet
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D17157
Sat, 28 Jul 2018
[ 02:53 fluffy ] Original commit   Revision:475483
475483 Mk/bsd.ruby.mk
475483 lang/ruby24/files/patch-configure.in
475483 lang/ruby25/files/patch-configure.ac
lang/ruby2[4|5]: Use internal RUBY_DLDFLAGS right way, get rid of unescaped
macro '$@' in the pkg-config template

lang/ruby23 is already fixed same way, port it to newer releases

By the way, this unbreak ninja builds with any port relied on libruby.so

PR:		229898
Submitted by:	fluffy
Reviewed by:	ruby (miwi)
Approved by:	ruby (miwi)
Exp-run by:	antoine
MFH:		2018Q3
Differential Revision:	D16341

Number of commits found XX: 5

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