[CFH] FreeBSD 10 and ports

Bernhard Fröhlich decke at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jun 11 12:10:17 UTC 2013

On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Shane Ambler <FreeBSD at shaneware.biz> wrote:
> On 11/06/2013 16:20, Martin Wilke wrote:
>> As we all know FreeBSD 10 brings a new compiler along, and for that
>> we need to get ports on the right track. I have done several exp-runs
>> on the current src and we still have a lot of fallouts. We would like
>> to ask you to have a look [1] at the failed ports and help to fix
>> them. We will start this week an i386 exp-run to see how the status
>> is.
> For those of us running 9.1 what is the best way to test?
> I previously had little luck compiling in a 10-current tinderbox.
> I see that one of my ports is failing with 10 and clang 3.3. I know it
> compiles with clang 3.1 on 9.1. Is using 3.4 from clang-devel a useful test
> compiler?

If you have a redports.org account you can use the 10-CURRENT environments
which are running HEAD from 29th of May. Otherwise you can always register
yourself an account and ping me in IRC until I activate it.

Bernhard Froehlich

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