[fpc-devel] DragonFly BSD x86-64 support --- patch sets ready for commit to trunk

John Marino fpc-devel at marino.st
Tue Nov 25 12:29:14 CET 2014

On 11/23/2014 12:04, John Marino wrote:
> Hello,
> I've applied the DragonFly BSD support to the trunk.  The 2.6.4 compiler
> can bootstrap it and it builds itself and helloworld.
> I've split it into 3 patch sets for the convenience of the committer:
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~marino/df-fpc/dfly-support-existing-most.diff
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~marino/df-fpc/dfly-support-existing-packages.diff
> http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~marino/df-fpc/dfly-support-rtl-dragonfly.diff
> The first diff are modifications to existing files minus anything in
> packages.  The second diff are modifications to existing files in
> packages.  The third diff is the entire rtl/dragonfly directory minus a
> makefile.
> After committing,
>   1) all makefile needs need regenerated (and rtl/dragonfly/Makefile
> generated)
>   2) utils/fpcm/fpcmake.inc needs to be regenerated
> Notes:
>   A) The change to compiler/cfileutl.pas is not intended to be
> permanent, but until I figure out why dircache isn't working, it's needed.
>   B) (ignore)
>   C) rtl/bsd/ostypes: changed S_IFMT and friends to octal.  They were
> correct but octal is a lot easier to check than decimal -- headers are
> written in octal.
> I would be very elated if this could get committed prior to the next
> release as Free Pascal 2.6.4 is already available to via a derivative of
> the FreeBSD Ports Collection (called DPorts)
> Thanks to all who provided advise to get me here.
> Regards,
> John

I am wondering what the next step is.  Are these patch sets currently
under review?  Is anything more needed from me?


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