./sysutils/pciutils, PCI bus manipulation utility similar to NetBSD pcictl(8)

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.11.1, Package name: pciutils-3.11.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

pciutils is a set of utilities used to access the PCI
bus. lspci(8) lists devices and information about their
resources, and setpci(8) enables the user to control the
PCI bus by writing to config registers. Additionally,
liblspci.a, the library upon which those utilities are
built is provided.

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Filesize: 633.933 KB

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   2024-02-25 16:08:51 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (7) | Package updated
Log message:
pciutils: update to 3.11.1.

2024-02-25  Martin Mares <mj@ucw.cz>

	* Released as 3.11.1.

	* Fixed wrong API version in lib/pci.h.

	* Updated README.Windows.

	* Fix compilation on Windows.

2024-02-24  Martin Mares <mj@ucw.cz>

	* Released as 3.11.0.

	* update-pciids now supports XZ compression. If libpci is configured
	  with support for compression, all downloaded files are recompressed
	  as gzip. Otherwise they are stored as plain text.

	* update-pciids now sends itself as the User-Agent.

	* Added a pcilmr utility for PCIe lane margining. Thanks to Nikita
	  Proshkin for contributing it.

	* Re-factored access to i386 ports on all relevant platforms.

	* Added i386 port access on OpenBSD.

	* Back-ends for Windows received many bug fixes and improvements.

	* ECAM back-end now scans ACPI and BIOS memory faster.

	* Linux systems without pread/pwrite are no longer supported
	  as they are hopefully long gone. This helps avoid the tricky check
	  for presence of pread which was found to fail on musl libc.

	* Improved decoding of PCIe control and status registers.

	* Decoding of CXL capabilities now supports up to CXL 3.0.

	* lspci now displays interrupt message numbers consistently across
	  different capabilities.

	* Cache of IDs resolved via DNS, which was located in ~/.pci-ids
	  by default, is now stored according to the XDG base directory
	  specification in $XDG_CACHE_HOME/pci-ids.

	* All source files now have SPDX license identifiers.

	* Internal: The "aux" fields of structs pci_access and pci_dev
	  reserved for use by back-ends were renamed to backend_data to better
	  reflect their meaning.

	* As usually, various minor bug fixes and updated pci.ids.
   2023-08-03 14:27:04 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
pciutils: cannot use standard c99, uses symbol versions
   2023-08-02 18:17:20 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (41)
Log message:
*: Use FORCE_C_STD=c99 for C packages that use for loop initial
declarations without setting -std=c99.
   2023-07-01 16:08:16 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
pciutils: assumes compiler defaults to c99
   2023-05-08 04:06:37 by David A. Holland | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
sysutils/pciutils: fix build

If pkgsrc is configured to install with -s to strip, leftover settings
in the makefile were causing /usr/bin/install to try to exec "-s" as
the strip program. Patch out those leftovers.

PR 57396
   2023-05-07 12:20:44 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
pciutils: update to 3.10.0.

2023-05-01  Martin Mares <mj@ucw.cz>

	* Released as 3.10.0.

	* Fixed bug in definition of versioned symbol aliases
	  in shared libpci, which made compiling with link-time
	  optimization fail.

	* Filters now accept "0x..." syntax for backward compatibility.

	* Windows: The cfgmgr32 back-end which provides the list of devices
	  can be combined with another back-end which provides access
	  to configuration space.

	* ECAM (Enhanced Configuration Access Mechanism), which is defined
	  by the PCIe standard, is now supported. It requires root privileges,
	  access to physical memory, and also manual configuration on some

	* lspci: Tree view now works on multi-domain systems. It now respects
	  filters properly.

	* Last but not least, pci.ids were updated to the current snapshot
	  of the database. This includes overall cleanup of entries with
	  non-ASCII characters in their names -- such characters are allowed,
	  but only if they convey interesting information (e.g., umlauts
	  in German company names, but not the "registered trade mark" sign).
   2022-12-31 23:21:04 by SAITOH Masanobu | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
pciutils: Update to 3.9.0.

2022-11-20  Martin Mares <mj@ucw.cz>

	* Released as 3.9.0.

	* We decode Compute Express Link (CXL) capabilities.

	* The tree mode of lspci is now compatible with filtering options.

	* When setpci is used with a named register, it checks whether
	  the register is present in the particular header type.

	* Linux: The intel-conf[12] back-ends prefer to use ioperm() instead
	  of iopl() to gain access to I/O ports.

	* Windows: We have two new back-ends thanks to Pali Rohár.
	  One uses the NT SysDbg interface, the other uses kldbgdrv.sys
	  (which is a part of the Microsoft WinDbg tool).

	* Windows: We support building libpci as a DLL. Also, Windows
	  binaries now include meta-data with version.

	* Hurd: The Hurd back-end works again.

	* mmio-conf1(-ext): Added a new back-end implementing the intel-conf1
	  interface over MMIO. This is useful on some ARM machines, but it
	  requires manual configuration of the MMIO addresses.

	* As usually, updated pci.ids to the current snapshot of the database.
   2022-07-25 13:12:30 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (102)
Log message:
*: remove pkg-config from tools where no buildlink3.mk file is included

Bulk build on NetBSD of these packages had the same result as before
(build succeeds, no PLIST change).