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non port: textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
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Number of commits found: 6

Sun, 21 Jun 2015
[ 23:35 marino ] Original commit   Revision:390269
390269 devel/gprbuild/Makefile
390269 devel/gps/Makefile
390269 lang/asis/Makefile
390269 net/polyorb/Makefile
390269 textproc/templates_parser/Makefile
390269 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
390269 textproc/xmlada/distinfo
390269 textproc/xmlada/files/Makefile.bsd
390269 textproc/xmlada/files/generic_gpr.in
390269 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in

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textproc/xmlada: Upgrade version 4.5.0.0 => 4.6.0.0, overhaul make system

Due to the unavailability of a public repository, this version uses
Adacores 2015 distribution of xmlada.  It's probably a minor update
from the previous one.

The major change, however, is the creation of a custom makefile to build
and install xmlada.  Why?  because gnatmake will lose the ability to
build project files in the near future, so xmlada makefiles were changed
to use gprbuild to build and itself it.  One problem: gprbuild needs
xmlada as a build dependency.  (and it also needs gprbuild to build
itself!!)  I could have chosen to keep using gnatmake, but I decided to
bite the bullet, fix it correctly now and not have to get stuck by it
by future versions of gnat that remove project management from gnatmake.
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Fri, 23 May 2014
[ 00:02 marino ] Original commit   Revision:354898
354898 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
354898 textproc/xmlada/distinfo
354898 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
354898 textproc/xmlada/pkg-plist
textproc/xmlada: Upgrade version 4.4.2.0 => 4.5.0.0

Apparently version 4.4.2 isn't new enough for GPS 6.0 despite being
included in the sources.  This version is the top of the SVN repository.
It was tested in poudriere against a number of ports that depend on it
and everything still builds fine.
Thu, 15 May 2014
[ 17:20 marino ] Original commit   Revision:354153
354153 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
354153 textproc/xmlada/Makefile.FreeBSD
354153 textproc/xmlada/distinfo
354153 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
354153 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-dom_dom.gpr
354153 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-input__sources_input__sources.gpr
354153 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-sax_sax.gpr
354153 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-schema_schema.gpr
354153 textproc/xmlada/pkg-plist
textproc/xmlada: Upgrade version 4.4.0.0 (2013) => 4.4.2.0 (2014)

The annual Adacore release happened!

Notable changes:
 * parallel build supported now
 * generated plist converted to static plist
 * License installed now (it was only defined before)
 * Restriction of building dynamic libraries on FreeBSD 8 removed; the
   issue wasn't with this port but rather configuring the Ada compiler to
   use the system linker.  Using binutils 2.24 linker fixed the issue.
Mon, 1 Jul 2013
[ 19:47 wg ] Original commit   Revision:322141
322141 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
322141 textproc/xmlada/distinfo
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-docs__Makefile.in
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-dom_dom.gpr
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-input__sources_input__sources.gpr
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-sax_sax.gpr
322141 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-schema_schema.gpr
322141 textproc/xmlada/pkg-plist
textproc/xmlada: update to 4.4.0.0

- Update to 4.4.0.0
- Auto-generate pkg-plist
- Add DOCS option

PR:		ports/180158
Submitted by:	John Marino <draco@marino.st> (maintainer)
Tue, 30 Apr 2013
[ 11:49 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:316918
316918 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
316918 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
316918 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-dom_dom.gpr
316918 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-input__sources_input__sources.gpr
316918 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-sax_sax.gpr
316918 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-schema_schema.gpr
Update to use USES=ada

Additionally potential rpath problems have been eliminated that will appear when
xmlada is built in a staging area (seen and fixed in pkgsrc). This eliminates
need for ldconfig, too.

PR:		ports/178144
Submitted by:	John Marino <draco@marino.st>
Wed, 12 Oct 2011
[ 18:20 pawel ] Original commit 
1.14 textproc/xmlada/Makefile
1.7 textproc/xmlada/distinfo
1.1 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.1 textproc/xmlada/files/patch-docs__Makefile.in
1.6 textproc/xmlada/pkg-plist
Update to version 4.2.0.0

PR:             ports/161427
Submitted by:   John Marino <draco@marino.st> (maintainer)

Number of commits found: 6

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