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- Jul 17 2015, 9:51 AM (309 w, 9 h)
May 7 2018
Fix style, re-using computer values from scb->oifp->if_hw_addr
Aug 28 2017
Aug 22 2017
I've run my build and run-time tests on i386 and amd64. Currently I'm unable to run a build test on aarch64.
BTW, it's look good for me.
Aug 16 2017
Following the PHB rules about DISTVERSION on github projects without tag
Aug 15 2017
Removing the unuseful patch file files/patch-src_common_linux_elfcoredump.h
Fixing the date/version, as suggested
Aug 14 2017
Adopted the corrected versioning pocedure for github projects without tags
Even if I don't understand how it's possible, sys/elf_common.h fix
the definition of the missing macro. Adopting it.
Aug 8 2017
- Silencing post-patch actions
- Fixing the build on i386
Aug 7 2017
We're also working to make FreeBSD more nodejs friendly. Our goal is to bring electron.io and Atom to FreeBSD.
Aug 4 2017
It looks good to me. My build and run tests are positive.
No, but I can do it.
Should I re-create the patch or just link this review to the URL field of the PR?
Build logs are also needed?
It looks good to me.
I'm totally fine with this patch.
Generally speaking, all ports depending to node should have an OPTION about the node version.
More generally speaking, I guess, I can spend some time to add USES= node and DEFAULT_VERSIONS+= node=6 to the framework, that's a more general approach.
Jul 28 2017
Here you can find the build log of chromium and chromium-ng on all supported FreeBSD versions.
Jul 27 2017
Jul 26 2017
Relaxing dependencies even more, requiring c++11-libs and, probably, it works on more architecture.
I ran a build on a different machine, different jail, different poudriere, same error.
The full build log is here.
Jul 25 2017
My poudriere jails are only based on RELEASE, currently 10.3-RELEASE-p20. I've checked the /tmp directory on my poudriere jail and it's empty.
If it works on your jails based on RELEASE, it could be some system limit poudriere is reaching on my laptop. Tomorrow I'll have the opportunity to build it on a bigger server and I'll re-check. An EXP-run maybe can definitely solve it.
Jul 21 2017
I've built chromium-ng and chromium on FreeBSD 11.0 and 10.3 on adm64.
Jul 20 2017
Jul 18 2017
We have a heavy build issue on FreeBSD 10.3, on i386 and amd64.
It looks like that clang crashes:
Jul 14 2017
- Removing unuseful dependencies
- Fixing the install target after PORTNAME renaming
Jul 10 2017
Jul 5 2017
I've tested the new gdb 8 against my test suite and it works really good.
Once PORTREVISION and the python requirements are fixed, the diff is ready to be merged.
Re-closing this revision.
Fixing two patching issues with new patch files and a not up-to-date Makefile (Portervision is 2)
Jul 3 2017
This revision is now obsolete.
D11465 is the current one.
Jun 6 2017
May 31 2017
May 30 2017
I spent a couple of week on holiday. Today I performed several tests and I'm very happy with all of your modifications. Thanks for the contribution!
Jun 1 2016
The patch is good for me.
Jan 11 2016
Small fix suggested in the Makefile
Sep 25 2015
A note about architectures: devel/gdb is tested on i386, amd64, powerpc and powerpc64; at the moment, sparc64 is excluded (ONLY_FOR_ARCHS in the Makefile)