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Number of commits: 91
Mon, 24 Sep 2018
[ 17:23 jhb ] Original commit 
gdb 8.2 devel files touched by this commit GNU GDB of newer version than comes with the system
Upgrade to 8.2.

- Remove patches for upstream commits in 8.2.
- Add an upstream patch to include NT_PROCSTAT_AUXV, NT_PROCSTAT_PS_STRINGS,
  and NT_PROCSTAT_VMMAP notes in core dumps generated by 'gcore'.
- Update kgdb for changes in 8.2.
- Add 'USES=gettext-runtime'

Reviewed by:	pizzamig (maintainer)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D17085
Mon, 20 Aug 2018
[ 09:17 jhb ] Original commit 
binutils 2.30_5,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binary tools
Cleanup packing lists.

- Use BUREMOVE to strip binutils tools not installed by the base/binutils
  package.
- Update BUREMOVE logic in devel/binutils to cope with the base package
  which installs tools without a BUTARGET- prefix.
- Use MANPREFIX for BUREMOVE to handle the PREFIX=/usr case used by
  base/binutils.
- Remove binutils headers and libraries explicitly from the staging area
  for base/binutils.
- Add missing plist entries for binutils binaries installed under a
  BUTARGET subdirectory.
- Drop plist entries from devel/binutils that are now properly removed.
  Previously the binaries for Windows tools like dlltool were removed
  from the staging area but the manpages were still left in the package.
- Bump PORTREVISION.

This is a recommit of r476186 but with the update to the pkg-plist of
devel/binutils and PORTREVISION bump.

PR:		230278
Reviewed by:	antoine
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16582
Thu, 2 Aug 2018
[ 23:55 jhb ] Original commit 
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Remove a spurious $ introduced in r475290.

Reported by:	Mark Millard
Reviewed by:	kan
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16551
Wed, 1 Aug 2018
[ 17:49 jhb ] Original commit 
binutils 2.30_4,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binary tools
base/binutils: Cleanup packing lists.

- Use BUREMOVE to strip binutils tools not installed by the base/binutils
  package.
- Update BUREMOVE logic in devel/binutils to cope with the base package
  which installs tools without a BUTARGET- prefix.
- Use MANPREFIX for BUREMOVE to handle the PREFIX=/usr case used by
  base/binutils.
- Remove binutils headers and libraries explicitly from the staging area
  for base/binutils.
- Add missing plist entries for binutils binaries installed under a
  BUTARGET subdirectory.

Approved by:	bapt (implicit for base/*)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16464
Fri, 27 Jul 2018
[ 15:57 jhb ] Original commit 
aarch64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for aarch64
amd64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for amd64
i386-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for i386
mips-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for mips
mips64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for mips64
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
sparc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for sparc64
Cleanup packing lists for xtoolchain gcc packages.

- Add missing entries for gcov-dump and the gcov-tool manpage to the
  various xtoolchain gcc ports.
- Add gcov-dump to the post-install loops that handle optional renaming
  of tools and manpages.

Reviewed by:	kan
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16465
Wed, 25 Jul 2018
[ 17:46 jhb ] Original commit 
binutils 2.30_4,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binary tools
i386-binutils 2.30_4,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binutils for i386 cross-development
i386-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for i386
i386-xtoolchain-gcc 0.4_1 devel files touched by this commit Pre seeded toolchain to cross build FreeBSD base
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Add ports for an i386 external GCC toolchain.

- devel/binutils: Remove i386 a.out linker scripts when building
  i386-binutils or a base/binutils that targets i386.
- devel/powerpc64-gcc: Remove float.h on i386 since it conflicts
  with sys/x86/include/float.h.
- devel/i386-{binutils,gcc,xtoolchain}: New ports.

Reviewed by:	bapt (previous version)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16228
[ 17:28 jhb ] Original commit 
gdb 8.1_3 devel files touched by this commit GNU GDB of newer version than comes with the system
Fixes for kgdb including initial FreeBSD/arm support.

- Improve fallback handling for the read of pcb_size.

  If for some reason kgdb has only the kernel's debug info, a read of
  pcb_size will simply return 0, resulting in an exception when unwinding
  the stack of a thread that was on a CPU at the time the dump was
  created.  In this case, fall back to using sizeof(struct pcb).
- Always supply a value for the PC register on x86.

  A thread's PCB may have been swapped out, and a dummy value ensures that
  we don't get an exception while enumerating threads in a dump.
- Mark all 64-bit address bits as valid for aarch64 kernels.

  ARMv8 supports pointer tagging in which case the upper 8 bits of VAs are
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[ 00:55 jhb ] Original commit 
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Properly set CONFIGURE_TARGET for when amd64 is either the host or target.

CONFIGURE_TARGET is used for --build which is the host performing the
build.  TARGETARCH is used in powerpc64-gcc/Makefile as the target
architecture of the binaries generated by the compiler being built.
When building a non-amd64 target compiler on an amd64 host,
CONFIGURE_TARGET was set to amd64-unknown-freebsd which confused GCC
(it breaks compilation of an i386 target compiler on an amd64 host).
It would also result in setting CONFIGURE_TARGET improperly when
building an amd64 compiler on a non-amd64 host.  Fix by remapping
amd64 to x86-64 if the ARCH is amd64 rather than the TARGETARCH.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16227
[ 00:50 jhb ] Original commit 
amd64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for amd64
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_2 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Drop builtin float.h for amd64-gcc.

GCC's builtin <float.h> header is not compatible with
sys/x86/include/float.h.  Drop the builtin header for now.  If at
some point GCC's notion of floating point constants for i386 can
converge with sys/x86/include/float.h this can be restored.

Reviewed by:	bapt
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16073
Wed, 11 Jul 2018
[ 16:50 jhb ] Original commit 
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0_1 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Enable .init_array and .fini_array with xtoolchain GCC.

For base/gcc, only enable .init_array and .fini_array for 12.0 and later
to match the policy used by clang and llvm.  For the xtoolchain ports,
enable these unconditionally since the only OS version handy is the OS
version of the build host, not the target OS to be built.  Unlike llvm,
the use of .init_array and .fini_array is set at compile-time for GCC
and can't be changed at runtime.

Bump PORTREVISION for base/gcc and the xtoolchain GCC ports.

Reviewed by:	bapt (earlier version)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16014
[ 16:22 jhb ] Original commit 
amd64-binutils 2.30_3,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binutils for amd64 cross-development
Remove an unused variable.

Reviewed by:	bdrewery
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16213
Tue, 3 Jul 2018
[ 17:25 jhb ] Original commit 
riscv64-binutils 2.30_3,1 devel files touched by this commit GNU binutils for RISC-V cross-development
Make devel/riscv64-binutils a slave of devel/binutils.

Since the riscv support was merged into the upstream binutils repository
prior to the 2.30 release, switch the riscv64-binutils port over to the
standard binutils port rather than building from an alternate branch of
binutils 2.29.

Reviewed by:	lwhsu
Sponsored by:	DARPA / AFRL
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16053
Wed, 20 Jun 2018
[ 17:23 jhb ] Original commit 
mdb 0.3 devel  Ignore files touched by this commit Solaris Modular Debugger
Update mdb for kernels with PTI.

Recognize fast_syscall_common as a trapframe generator.

The 'syscall' entry points now use this symbol in kernels with PTI.

Reviewed by:	bdrewery
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D15828
Wed, 13 Jun 2018
[ 17:02 jhb ] Original commit 
qt5-core 5.10.1_2 devel files touched by this commit Qt core non-graphical module
Recognize timezones on FreeBSD for the default install.

By default, FreeBSD copies the current timezone database to
/etc/localtime and stores the name of the symlink in /var/db/zoneinfo.
Qt expects /etc/localtime to be a symlink and uses the symlink's
target to infer the name of the default timezone.  The existing code
in Qt includes some workarounds for Linux distributions that also copy
the current timezone to /etc/localtime by checking for files that
contain the name of the timezone.  Add a similar check for
/var/db/zoneinfo on FreeBSD.

PR:		200763
Reviewed by:	tcberner
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D15792
Fri, 8 Jun 2018
[ 16:05 jhb ] Original commit 
powerpc64-gcc 6.4.0 devel files touched by this commit Cross GNU Compiler Collection for powerpc64
Use mips3 as the default MIPS ISA for 32-bit FreeBSD/mips.

The in-tree GCC 4.2.1 defaults to a MIPS ISA of MIPS3 (which includes ll
and sc instructions needed for SMP-aware atomics).  However, out of the
box GCC defaults to MIPS1 for 32-bit MIPS (N32 and N64 both require a
minimum of MIPS3).  Change both devel/mips-gcc and base/gcc to default to
MIPS3 for 32-bit MIPS on FreeBSD.
- Fix the default target cpu to include MASK_ABICALLS in configure.tgt.
  The gcc/config/mips/freebsd.h header already overrides this anway, but
  it is more correct to fix this here.  We could perhaps remove the
  hack from freebsd.h now but I haven't done that.
- Fix the case that checks for 32-bit mips tuples to match on 'mips*'
  instead of 'mips32*' in configure.tgt.  We don't use mips32* in our
  tuples for O32 MIPS.
- Set MIPS_ISA_DEFAULT to 3 (MIPS3) rather than 33 (MIPS32R6 or some such)
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