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bin ed(1): Fix [-Werror=logical-not-parentheses]
cddl Add manual pages for the io, ip, proc, sched, tcp and udp DTrace prov…
contrib Merge bmake-20150418
crypto Use proper CHAN_TCP_PACKET_DEFAULT for agent forwarding when HPN disa…
etc Remove some oldnfs remnants.
games fortune/tools/
gnu Exclude the floating-point functions from libgcc_s on arm64, they are
include Move ALTQ from contrib to net/altq. The ALTQ code is for many years
kerberos5 Add a ${CP} alias for copying files in the build.
lib Fix improbable memory leak in _citrus_prop_read_str().
libexec Use the correct value to get the offset of the objects tls data.
release Simplify variable expansion in attempt to fix the vm-image build.
rescue Significant upgrades to sa(4) and mt(1).
sbin dmesg: accommodate message buffer growth between the sysctl calls
secure Add the openssl header for arm64. As it is based on MACHINE_CPUARCH it
share Minor mdoc fixes.
sys Build and install the DTB for all the supported AllWinner SoCs.
tests Add some new modes to OpenCrypto. These modes are AES-ICM (can be used
tools Tweak BSS symbol handling from r281811 to not consider them unresolved
usr.bin Merge bmake-20150418
usr.sbin Fix wpa/hostapd build without OpenSSL.
.arcconfig phabricator related changes:
.arclint phabricator related changes:
COPYRIGHT Bump copyright year.
LOCKS Move ^/user/gjb/hacking/release-embedded up one directory, and remove
MAINTAINERS Remove cokane@ from MAINTAINERS for 3dfx(4)/tdfx(4) because their email
Makefile Add arm64 to universe if binutils is available.
Makefile.inc1 Bump crunch BOOTSTRAPPING for ELF header offset fix in r277557 Remove some oldnfs remnants.
README README: changes and fixups
UPDATING Make it harder to specify invalid LIBADD by causing values without


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