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non port: www/aws/files/patch-docs__gentexifile

Number of commits found: 3

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 
Tuesday, 19 Jul 2011
10:58 culot search for other commits by this committer
- Do not hardcode Python version in Makefile test target
- Avoid sed errors during documentation build

PR:             ports/158896
Submitted by:   John Marino <freebsdml@marino.st> (maintainer)
Original commit

Number of commits found: 3