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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.29.2, Package name: mk-configure-0.29.2, Maintainer: cheusov

mk-configure is a lightweight replacement for GNU autoconf,
written in and for bmake (NetBSD make).

Required to run:

Required to build:

Master sites:

SHA1: 182339d76a0a0aa4277d2da24fd59805336ca78f
RMD160: 8dd40c992e0675a9d3fed9cd5cdc24f271699b11
Filesize: 289.465 KB

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   2017-11-19 16:08:25 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
Update mk-configure to 0.29.2

  Fix MKC_FEATURES "fgenln"
  mkc_check_common.sh is installed to libexec directory
   2017-01-19 19:52:30 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (352)
Log message:
Convert all occurrences (353 by my count) of

	MASTER_SITES= 	site1 \

style continuation lines to be simple repeated


lines. As previewed on tech-pkg. With thanks to rillig for fixing pkglint
   2015-11-03 04:29:40 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (1995)
Log message:
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for devel category

Issues found with existing distfiles:
No changes made to these distinfo files.

Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden).  All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
   2014-11-30 17:26:58 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 0.29.0

    - New variables MKC_CHECK_CC_OPTS and MKC_CHECK_CXX_OPTS were
      introduced for checking C/C++ compiler's options

  Makefile.inc and Makefile.common are included after system variables
  are set, in particular CC and CXX.

  CC_TYPE is now set in mk.init.mk

  Fixes for "err" and "warn" features.  Now verr(3), verrx(3),
  vwarn(3) and vwarnx(3) functions are detected correctly (the problem
  was seen on gcc-4.9/armv7).

  Fix support for COMPATLIB.  Objects for "features" should not be
  generated outside compatibility library.

  A number of fixes in regression tests: support for latest GCC,
  lib64 and lib/tri-ple-ts Linuxes.

    - new option -e was introduced for checking stderr for emptyness
    - new option -b was introduced for printing yes/no instead of 1/0
    - additional options to compiler are passed via CARGS env. variable.
   2014-09-14 15:11:39 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to version 0.28.0

  introduced. With their help one can specify library dependencies in
  the top-level Makefile. Users are also able to build some libraries
  statically even if they were designed to be a dynamic libraries.

  New variable FOREIGN was introduced. With its help one can embed
  autotools-based projects (as a subproject) to mk-configure-based once.
  See mkc_imp.foreign_autotools.mk section in man page for details.

  Support for Darwin was fixed. Nowadays it uses clang.

  New features were introduced:
    - "progname" for setprogname(3) and getprogname(3) BSDisms;
    - "err" for err(3), errx(3), verr(3) and verrx(3) BSDisms;
    - "warn" for warn(3), warnx(3), vwarn(3) and vwarnx(3) BSD-isms;
    - "fgetln" for fgetln(3) BSD-ism;

  Support for Haiku was fixed. It does not support hard links
  and uses LIBRARY_PATH.

  LDCOMPILER variable was removed.
  Compiler is always used for linking.

  New builtin "prog_gmake" was introduced which search GNU make.

  INTERNALLIBS variable was introduced. With its help one can
  implement libraries common for several subprojects.

  COMPATLIB variable was introduced. It is ideal solution for
  portability code.

  MKC_FEATURES: all objects are removed by target "clean"

  Target "errorcheck" was added to ALLTARGETS. Therefore it also have
  pre_, do_, post_ counterparts.


  MKC_SOURCE_FUNCSLIBS: .o{s,p} objects are also removed by target "clean"

  Hardcoded /etc/mk.conf is not included anymore. New mk-configure
  specific configuration file @sysconfdir@/mk-c.conf was introduced.

  Additions to doc/NOTES

  .depends is added to DISTCLEANDIRS only for non-empty SRCS

  mkc_imp.intexts.mk: new error type for odd tokens in INTEXTS_REPLS

  MKDEP_CC is shquoted when passed to mkdep(1) as CC.

  Code clean-ups, more regression tests.

  This release was sucessfully tested on the following platforms.
  NetBSD-6.1/x86_64/gcc-4.5, FreeBSD-9.0/i386/gcc-4.2,
  OpenBSD-4.9/i386/gcc-4.2, DragonFlyBSD-3.4/x86_64/gcc-4.7,
  Darwin-14.0/x86_64/clang-600.0.53, SunOS-5.11/i86pc/gcc-4.7,
  SunOS-5.10/sparc/{gcc-4.8,SunStudio-12.3}, diverse
  Linux-es/{gcc,icc-12.1,SunStudio-12.3}, Haiku/gcc-4.8.
   2014-07-13 17:52:36 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to version 0.27.0

  Fix pkg-config support (github issue #8).
  Thanks to Andrew Shadura for the report.

  Fix support for mixed C/C++ projects.

  Fixes for Interix and Cygwin where users and groups may have spaces.
  Thanks to Michael Crogan for the report.

  Fix in mkc_imp.f_SLIST.mk (we have to restore original MKC_NOAUTO)

    - MKPIE=yes also turns on PIC

  pre_*, do_* and post_* targets were introduced. ALLTARGETS was
  introduced which lists all targets with pre_/do_/post_

    - new interesting feature proposed by Michael Crogan

  As makedepend(1) is broken on Linux, {b}mkdep(1) is used for
  generating .depend by default.

    - new option -l for symlinking
    - fixes for files and directories with spaces
   2014-07-13 17:23:41 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Fix for projects that require MKC_FEATURES
   2014-02-04 03:53:01 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update mk-configure to 0.26.0

  "Features" framework was implemented (variable MKC_FEATURES).  In
  general, a feature is something that has problems with
  portability. This may be a function name or header missing on some
  platforms, for example.  What developer needs to do is to add
  FEATURENAME to MKC_FEATURES variable and add #include
  <mkc_FEATURENAME.h> where it is needed. Internally, system
  requiremets are checked in the automatically included
  mkc_imp.f_FEATURENAME.mk file and all required actions (includes,
  define checks etc.)  are made in mkc_FEATURENAME.h header file.
  Currently the following features are provided: strlcat, strlcpy,
  getline, libm, libdl, RB, SPLAY, SLIST, SIMPLEQ, STAILQ, LIST, TAILQ
  and CIRCLEQ. Original idea was stolen from pkgsrc.

      introduced.  They work just like other MKC_{CHECK,REQUIRE}_*
      variables from mkc.configure.mk. Thanks to Andrew Shadura for
      pushing me to this direction.

    - MKC_{CHECK,REQUIRE}_PROTOTYPES were introduced.  With their help
      mk-configure is able to check C function prototypes.  This
      feature was proposed by Andrew Shadura.

  If ${MKC_CACHEDIR} does not exit, it is automatically created.

  ${SRCTOP}/Makefile.common is included by all subprojects if it
  exists. It can be used as a replacement or addition for

  LDADD0 were introduced.

  Wrongly named builtin 'endianess' was renamed to 'endianness'.
  Thanks to Andew Shadura for the report and fix!

  mk-configure itself is now 2-level project.
  This allows me to run an arbitrary regression test like the following
     bmake test-examples/hello_world
  Hurray! :-)

    - Now it works correctly if NOSUBDIR is not empty.
      Also, NOSUBDIR affects NODEPS and therefore the dependency graph.
    - New target "print-deps" that outputs the dependency graph was

  -O is added to CFLAGS if USE_FORT==yes, seen on Linux/ppc64/gcc

  Documentation: clean-ups, grammar fixes, minor improvements.

  Fix. Some @@ patterns in mk-configure.7 should not be replaced with
  directories. Thanks to Andrew Shadura for the report!

  This release was successfully tested on the following platforms:
  NetBSD-6.1/amd64, FreeBSD-8.3/amd64, OpenBSD-{4.9,5.3}/x86,
  DragonFlyBSD-3.4/x86, Linux/{x86,amd64}, SunOS-5.10/sparc,