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- Nov 24 2013, 3:15 AM (247 w, 2 h)
Fri, Aug 17
Thu, Aug 16
I think this is good and agree it should be easy to carry as a local patch while coordinating upstreaming. Man page update needed too though.
Wed, Aug 15
Fri, Aug 10
Thu, Aug 9
Upgrading the build host is a way of saying that building images for a given version is only supported if the build host is running the version of the image you're trying to build.
Sun, Aug 5
Sat, Aug 4
I thought that was planned for 12, actually.
Fri, Aug 3
In fairness, this example pre-dates the crypt_r in FreeBSD by 4+ years.
Thu, Aug 2
Businesses may have early NDA access to microcode that the port does not have access to or cannot distribute.
Undo renames pointed out by @cem
Wed, Aug 1
Awaiting review; I pointed out a couple of minor nits to address on commit
Other issue in D10487
The commit message should have background about the removal and why we believe it's acceptable (did not actually work, hardware has not been produced for years and has no known users, etc.)
I pinged @kaiw by email requesting a look at this change.
I still believe this change should go in, although if we really believe it's a backwards compatibility issue perhaps avoid default only with -n -n or -nn?
atombios.h is 3rd party code, although I am unsure if there's a viable upstream to submit it to. Please go ahead with the others for now though.
Approved, we can get additional testing with it in tree.
LGTM with @jkoshy_users.sourceforge.net's comments addressed
@bcr please go ahead
What happened to this change?
I think this is fine.
Googling turned up http://sunxi.montjoie.ovh/ with Linux status, which claims:
Tue, Jul 31
FreeBSD version number bumped in rS337009
I dislike the magic 2 without a comment or #define
It's possible to build makefs FAT support now:
Mon, Jul 30
Updated patch that shares kernel headers, based on part of D11197
Phabricator's still working:
This commit is still importing. Changes will be visible once the import finishes.
The hacky workaround would have to be something like #define gets(s) abort(), NULL instead, but I am unable to verify the gets -> __gets_chk transformation works in the first place. Maybe the GCC build does not enable this on FreeBSD?
Little tip, if you use just the short D##### tag Phabricator will automatically add links both ways:
Sat, Jul 28
Thu, Jul 26
Seems a good change overall, thank you
Wed, Jul 25
- Exclude buf.h changes
- Rebase on newly copied sys/fs/msdosfs files
I would prefer that we share the common files, and have the side effect of allowing us to more easily test and debug the msdosfs code, but in the interest of expediency I've posted a rebased version of Siva's work that copies the files to userland -- D16438. We can take a careful look at deduplication later on.
Tue, Jul 24
I have a related change for Clang in https://github.com/emaste/freebsd/commit/b03c6b060658f5fed4a2ad8511095c5f4df6e9f4 to avoid rebuilding so much when __FreeBSD_version gets bumped.