- User Since
- Dec 10 2015, 6:03 AM (205 w, 4 d)
Fri, Nov 8
I am testing this patch with LuaRocks (as noted in above). I removed all the OPTIONS that I had created which used flavors and added lua:51-54 to my USES:
Tue, Nov 5
Patch out CFLAGS optimization in third party makefile as per handbook:
Tue, Oct 22
Patch out targets that added -Os to llex.o, lparser.o, and lcode.o.
Oct 19 2019
This has been implemented as a ports option and is already in the tree
This version is updated to use LUA_FLAVORS from here: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16494. I have implemented options for each flavor.
I worked with the upstream maintainer to fix the issue with the default FreeBSD unzip(1) implementation. The bug existed because LuaRocks would test for the existance of unzip using the -h option, which is not present in FreeBSD. LuaRocks now implicitly recognizes that FreeBSD has unzip so it doesn't test for it.
Oct 18 2019
Added option for arc4random random seed. I tested running math.random and it looked randomish to me? I don't know what I'm looking for but the flags were present in the build output:
Addressed andrews comments. Fixed missing patch for LIBEDIT_DL and tested LIBEDIT_DL option. twice. :-/
New patch to address comments, thank you Andrew.
Oct 17 2019
Is this patch for arc4random something that we should look at applying?
Updated for the latest Lua 5.4 Beta release.
Oct 15 2019
Jun 16 2019
Updated diff for 3.1.3
Mar 31 2019
Mar 26 2019
Hi @mat, this port update has been languishing for some time now. How do I get this committed without @jbeich removing his change request? I completed the requested changes some time ago and have been using this port update for a few weeks now.
Mar 22 2019
I've installed cqueues, ldoc and penlight on freebsd 12.0 using Lua52. Output for ldoc and penlight installation:
Feb 16 2019
Jan 29 2019
I just tested on 12-Release using a clean /usr/ports directory. The system force me to install Lua5.2 because Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk isn't patched (the upside is luarocks is tested with Lua52 now!). How do I go about getting the default version bumped? I would guess an exp-run would be required? I'd also like to see an exp-run to find out what's not current. @andrew_tao173.riddles.org.uk also has a patch in the works to add FLAVOURS to lua here: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16494
Add patch that removes use of unsupported -h option. The option is used to check for the existence of unzip, which is present in the base FreeBSD image.
Jan 28 2019
Jan 27 2019
Added comment noting bug.
Jan 26 2019
Removed -pthread options. Added -pthread to LIBS.
Jan 25 2019
Removed whitespace changes, used recommended svn diff options.
Jan 24 2019
Removed commented out code.
Nov 9 2018
Nov 5 2018
Patch file was removed in error. Rebased patch file for src/luarocks/core/cfg.lua.
Quite right. A maintainer should also know better than to look at the patched file in the work directory and come to the incorrect conclusion that the patch is no longer needed. :-/
I'll push a rebased patch and then look why unzip might not be working next chance I get.
Nov 2 2018
Corrections as per feedback from @jbeich.
Argh! Sorry about that @jbeich. I forgot to delete the patch in svn.
Aug 14 2018
Jul 28 2018
Jul 24 2018
"Reverted" whitespace cleanup.
Whitespace alignment. It looks great in geany...
- Updated as per comments. Thanks @mat.
- LuaRocks has been released. Updated port to release download.
Jul 19 2018
Jul 17 2018
Changed no name as per comment from @mat.
Cleanup mistake. Lua counts from 1, ports revisions do not. :)
Cleanup. Added port revision number.
Jul 15 2018
There seems to be a bug in the base LuaRocks Makefile that requires running 'make build' twice. Therefore this patch works if you run make twice. I have a message on the Lua mailing list for further information from Hisham.
Corrected soname value.
Backported D14709. The Lua 5.3 and 5.4 ports are now identical except version difference and the patch-src__Makefile is slightly different (to be reviewed).
Jul 14 2018
Corrected so name variables. Thanks @andrew_tao173.riddles.org.uk
It ... doesn't seem to be common style as far as I can see. I'm not keen on the idea.
- Removed hand created credits. I would like to see @andrew_tao173.riddles.org.uk get credited?
- Reset port revision number
@andrew_tao173.riddles.org.uk, I am very grateful for your tutelage and contributions. Do you want to see the readline options from D14709 left in? I had two thoughts: 1) anyone who doesn't want readline support is probably building Lua themselves and 2) with the freebsd target working, we could create an option for the generic target, that does not include readline.
Update to 5.3.5. See updated summary.
May 2 2018
Mar 18 2018
Corrected src/Makefile patch to remove -DLUA_USE_READLINE as per AG. Compiles with and without interactive mode.
Updated with improvements from @andrew_tao173.riddles.org.uk :
- Removed hard coded options
- Added options for editline/readline library source
- Added option for experimental NILINTABLE
- Andrew commented that command names should come from lua.mk. I added a timestamp for tracking. (Updating lua.mk is on my todo list. See D13691)
Mar 17 2018
- Updated to build shared object.
- Removed LUA_NILINTABLE. Will turn it into an option. Any other useful options?
- Fixed to use MYLIBS not MYLDFLAGS for -ledit
Mar 16 2018
Thank you, I didn't remember that I had stripped that out to revise it. I get a few hours here and there for these things.