GNU libffcall 1.13 is released
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Sat Jun 24 12:24:42 UTC 2017
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2017-06-24 19:27 GMT+08:00 Bruno Haible <bruno at clisp.org>:
> GNU libffcall 1.13 is released. You find the download link at the homepage
> New in 1.13:
> * The license has been changed from GPLv2 to GPLv2+.
> * Added support for the following platforms:
> (Previously, a build on these platforms failed.)
> - x86_64: Mac OS X 64-bit.
> - x86_64: Solaris 64-bit.
> - x86_64: Linux with x32 ABI: CC="gcc -mx32".
> - arm: Linux 32-bit, without hardware floats.
> - arm64: Linux 64-bit.
> - s390x: Linux 64-bit.
> - powerpc: AIX 64-bit.
> - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="cc -32".
> - sparc: Solaris 64-bit.
> * Fixed support for the following platforms:
> (Previously, a build on these platforms appeared to succeed but was
> - x86_64: Linux.
> - arm: Linux 32-bit, with hardware floats.
> - powerpc: Linux 64-bit.
> - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=32".
> - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=n32".
> - mips: Linux with CC="gcc -mabi=64".
> - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="gcc -mabi=n32".
> - s390: Linux.
> - sparc: Linux 64-bit.
> - ia64: Linux.
> - hppa: HP-UX 32-bit.
> * Verified support for the following platforms:
> (A build on these platforms worked and still works.)
> - i386: Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X.
> - powerpc: Linux 32-bit.
> - powerpc: AIX 32-bit.
> - powerpc: MacOS X.
> - mips: IRIX 6.5 with CC="cc -n32".
> - sparc: Solaris 32-bit.
> - sparc: Linux 32-bit: CC="gcc -m32".
> - alpha: Linux.
> * Support for a security feature: On Linux and FreeBSD platforms, linking
> the libffcall libraries no longer causes the stack to become executable.
> According to , you are packaging libffcall for FreeBSD.
> I invite you to upgrade to version 1.13.
> With it, you can remove the BROKEN_* lines from .
> Also, you will no longer need patch-avcall_avcall-sparc64.S .
> NOTE! Libffcall is usually packaged as a non-shared library. If so, you
> to rebuild the packages that depend on it (in particular, GNU clisp).
> Best regards,
>  http://www.freshports.org/devel/ffcall
>  https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/devel/ffcall/
>  https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/devel/ffcall/files/
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