[HEADSUP] FYI: patch to ports that do not build with clang has been committed

Claude Buisson clbuisson at orange.fr
Wed Oct 10 08:48:32 UTC 2012

On 10/10/2012 02:45, Mark Linimon wrote:
> The commit mail hasn't gone through yet, so I guess I need to post this
> first and reference the commit mail later.
> Sometime in the near future, the default CC on -current will be switched
> to clang.  The patch I have committed is a workaround -- an interim measure --
> to get ready for this transition.
> I have made changes to ports/Mk/bsd.gcc.mk that allow the addition of
> "USE_GCC=any" to a port's Makefile, and then committed that change to
> various ports.  In most (but not all!) cases this will tell the port
> "build with gcc instead of clang" (*) .

Why not USE_GCC ?= any for the poor guys like me who build (some) ports with
USE_GCC=4.6 ?

> For those users with CC installed as gcc (including -stable), this
> patch should have no effect.  Variations of combinations have been
> heavily tested on pointyhat-west.  If there are any regressions, please
> contact me.


> mcl


Claude Buisson

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