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non port: www/aws/distinfo

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Saturday, 26 Jun 2021
11:35 Rene Ladan (rene) search for other commits by this committer
*/*: Remove expired ports:

2021-06-23 www/aws: Uses EOL Python 2.7 via devel/gnatpython
2021-06-23 www/aws-demos: Uses EOL Python 2.7 via www/aws
2020-12-31 devel/gnatpython: Uses Python 2.7 which is EOLed upstream
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Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017
08:33 mat search for other commits by this committer
Fix USE_GITHUB's GH_TAGNAME usage.

Sponsored by:	Absolight
Original commitRevision:435006 
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2017
14:52 marino search for other commits by this committer
www/aws: Upgrade version 17.0.1 => 17.1.0
Original commitRevision:430559 
Tuesday, 11 Oct 2016
07:49 marino search for other commits by this committer
www/aws(-demos): Upgrade version 17.0.0 => 17.0.1

Using a separately built templates_parser is just too much work. Instead,
use the framework's GITHUB support to pull template_parser from github
and install in the source tree (as designed).  This allows removal and
simplification of several patches.

Rework the -demos port to install several missing files and maintain
the directory tree so that web_elements are relatively in the intended
location.
Original commitRevision:423748 
Friday, 10 Jun 2016
09:50 marino search for other commits by this committer
www/aws(-demos): Upgrade 3.3.0.0 => 17.0.0 (Scheme change)

The "NOSSL" option was removed so the user has to choose between the
default OpenSSL or the alternative GNUTLS.
Original commitRevision:416666 
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2015
22:20 marino search for other commits by this committer
Ada Framework: Switch to gcc5-aux, upgrade 6 packages at once

The transition from gcc-aux to gcc5-aux in the Ada framework has been
blocked by the inability to build gtkada3 and, once resolved, GPS (due
to tight locking with compiler).

A few days ago, Adacore made their annual release of their main libre
products, include GPS.  However, some products were tightly coupled with
the recent compilers, so in order to upgrade, the compiler had to be
switched and dependencies require many ports to be upgraded at once:

  * lang/asis
  * devel/gnatcoll
  * devel/gps
  * x11-toolkits/gtkada3
  * www/aws
  * www/aws-demos

While the version upgrades were modest in most cases (gps, gtkada3), the
amount of work put into each port was significant.  There are too many
improvements to mention here.  A few include the removal of dynamic
package lists and incorporating gnatcoll into gps to avoid building it
twice.  A private "exp-run" was done all on all 50+ Ada ports to ensure
they still build.

Also, a new argument was added to Uses/ada.mk, "run", that pulls in the
GNAT compiler as a run depends.  This was necessary for GPS that will
not launch correctly without the compiler in place.
Original commitRevision:390464 
Saturday, 17 May 2014
21:21 marino search for other commits by this committer
www/aws: Upgrade from 3.1.0.0 => 3.2.0.0

The templates parser was split out from AWS and due to quirk how
GPRBuild interacts with aggregate library projects, linking it as a
separate library was more than challenging.  It would drop a library
exchange file (aws.lexch) in /usr/local/lib/templates_parser during
the linking process.  Ports are not support to touch areas outside of
their work directory -- if they do, builders will notice and fail the
port.  After hours of trying to get GPRLib to behave, I was reduced to
copying the *.ali files over to the work directory and creating a
custom gpr file to make linking legal.  In the process, I noticed AWS
was linking back to work directory (sanity checks don't flag this yet)
so that was fixed the the custom "-R" option that I added to GPRBuild
a couple of years ago.

I had to create a custom aws.gpr file for lib/gnat, and it works really
well.  Currently something like 238 of 243 tests are passing and the
failing ones are socket related and may looking for linux-specific
output in a couple of cases.

* Documentation is now based on Sphinx.
* A fixed package list has replaced the generated one (due to number
  of options, this was a real chore to generate and validate)
* The option to generate only a shared library was removed.  It was
  confusing and not really useful.  It produces static and shared
  libraries by default, and the shared ones can be suppressed optionally.
* The FreeBSD-specific makefile was removed.  The previous issue was
  caused by the way the compiler was built which has since been fixed
* ASIS was added as dependency
* RUN_DEPENDS were defined (they were missing before)
* GNUTLS support was fixed.  It requires version 3 now and does not
  required gcrypt or openssl anymore which indicated a previous problem.

The aws-demos port had some missing files and other problems.  It has
been updated at the same time.  Note that the output directory has
changed from share/examples/aws-demos to share/examples/aws.  A couple
of tests that were broken now build, and a new test was added.

This update comes straight from the latest repositories and was custom
packaged.  The annual Adacore release was about 5 months old.
Original commitRevision:354373 
Thursday, 4 Jul 2013
12:31 wg search for other commits by this committer
www/aws: udpate to 3.1.0.0

- Update to 3.1.0.0
- Auto generate pkg-plist
- Add another option for SSL

PR:		ports/180242
Submitted by:	John Marino <draco@marino.st> (maintainer)
Original commitRevision:322270 
Thursday, 3 Mar 2011
00:45 wen search for other commits by this committer
AWS stands for Ada Web Server, but it is more than just another webserver...

AWS is a complete framework to develop web based applications.  The main
part of the framework is the embedded web server.  This small yet powerful
web server can be embedded into your application so your application will be
able to talk with a standard web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer
or Netscape Communicator.  Around this web server, a lot of services have
been developed.

The framework includes:
  * seb parameters module         * session server
  * SOAP support                  * WSDL generation from Ada
  * template parser               * AJAX support
  * HTTPS/SSL support             * large server support
  * virtual hosting support       * server push
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