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Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on Mar 10, 2008
  1. Update to jam-2.5.2.

    tnn authored
    This switches over from the perforce jam distribution to the jam
    distribution from the FreeType project. This is fully backwards compatible
    with the perforce distribution.
    The FreeType jam distribution ships with a GNU configure script.
    Other differences are added support for shared libraries, macro expansion,
    more flexible command line processing and a fix to dependency calculation.
    
    This closes PR pkg/37285 and should make devel/jam build on NetBSD 4.0.
Commits on Mar 3, 2008
  1. Mechanical changes to add DESTDIR support to packages that install

    jlam authored
    their files via a custom do-install target.
Commits on Aug 1, 2007
  1. Don't use malloc.h.

    joerg authored
Commits on Mar 24, 2007
Commits on Jul 18, 2006
  1. USE_TOOLS+=yacc

    minskim authored
    Suggested by schmonz@.
Commits on Feb 5, 2006
Commits on Dec 5, 2005
  1. Fixed pkglint warnings. The warnings are mostly quoting issues, for

    rillig authored
    example MAKE_ENV+=FOO=${BAR} is changed to MAKE_ENV+=FOO=${BAR:Q}. Some
    other changes are outlined in
    
        http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-pkg/2005/12/02/0034.html
Commits on Jun 16, 2005
Commits on Feb 23, 2005
  1. Add RMD160 digests.

    agc authored
Commits on Sep 4, 2004
  1. Update to the 2.5 release. The previous version in pkgsrc was

    schmonz authored
    actually 2.5rc1. From the changelog:
    
    * Jam 2.5 is merely Jam 2.5rc3 of April 2003 with the rc3
        moniker removed.)
    
    * Using SubDir to include a subpart of an SubDir tree now works.
        Previously, you could only include the root of another SubDir
        tree. This example includes the ../server/support/Jamfile,
        without getting confused as to the current directory:
    
            SubDir ALL src builds ;
            SubInclude ALL src server support ;
    
    * Undocumented support for SUBDIRRULES, user-provided rules to
        invoke at the end of the SubDir rule, and SUBDIRRESET, SUBDIR
        variables to reset (like SUBDIRC++FLAGS, SUBDIRHDRS, etc) for
        each new SubDir.
    
    * Remove NT FQuote rule, as, \" is required to pass quotes on the
        command line.
    
    * Remove temp .bat files created on NT. They used to all have the
        same name and get reused, but with 2.5 the names were salted
        with the PID and they would litter $TEMP. Now they get removed
        after being used.
    
    Set DIST_SUBDIR since Perforce seems to make a habit of updating
    distfiles without changing filenames. (This occurrence spotted by
    Lars Nordlund.) The zip file no longer extracts into a subdir; set
    WRKSRC accordingly.
    
    Bump PKGREVISION.
Commits on Jul 7, 2004
  1. Update to 2.5. Selections from the changelog:

    schmonz authored
    * The 'return' statement now actually returns, and there are now
        break & continue statements for for & while loops.
    
    * MkDir now grists directories with 'dir', so that directory targets
        can be distinguished from other targets.
    
    * SubDir now allows multiple overlapping roots (top level directories):
        the first SubDir of a new root uses the CWD of jam to set that
        root; subsquent SubDirs use the current SUBDIR to set the new
        root.  New FSubDirPath to compute a path (given SubDir arguments)
        and SubRules to include another root's Jamrules.  Jamrules only
        included if present; no error issued if no Jamrules file.
    
    * $(RMDIR) has been defined for NT and defaulted to $(RM) everwhere
        else.  Not much tested.  For Michael Champigny.
    
    * GenFile actions (on UNIX) now put . in the PATH for the execution
        of the command, so that (at least) when jam builds itself .
        does not need to be in the global path.  It is the rare case
        where a target bound in the current directory can't be used
        directly, so we fudge it by setting PATH.
    
    * The whole /MR of Jam's name has been dropped.  It was intended
        to avoid trademark infringement of JYACC's JAM, but as far as
        we can tell (a) it wasn't enough to avoid infringement and (b)
        the trademark has lapsed anyhow.
    
    * If header dependencies cause an object to be recompiled and the
        source file is a temporary, the temporary is now reconstructed.
        Previously, headers weren't considered when deciding when to
        reconstruct a temporary.
    
    * -d has been reworked to make it easier to display more useful
        tracing information separate from the debugging gunk:
    
            -da - show all actions (formerly -d2)
            -dc - show 'causes' for rebuilding (new output)
            -dd - show dependencies (new output)
            -dm - show make graph (aka -d3)
            -dx - show executable text (formerly -d2)
    
        -dd is new, and more display options are anticipated.
    
        -n now implies -dax.
    
        The message "...using xxx..." now only shows up with -da.
    
    * Several bug and portability fixes.
    
    
    pkgsrc changes:
    * Use the .zip distfile instead of the .tar to save space.
    * Iterate with ${f} rather than ${file} to placate pkglint.
Commits on Jul 17, 2003
  1. s/netbsd.org/NetBSD.org/

    grant authored
Commits on Aug 22, 2002
  1. Conflict with acunia-jam (hi Nick!).

    schmonz authored
Commits on May 12, 2002
  1. Update to 2.4. List of changes is too long to include here. Summary:

    schmonz authored
    * additions to the Jam language
    * new features in jam and jambase
    * bug- and portability fixes
Commits on Apr 20, 2002
  1. Import jam-2.3, with improvements from <pkgsrc@sudog.com> in pkg/16375.

    schmonz authored
    Approved by jlam and garbled.
    
    Jam/MR is a build utility like make(1).  It has its own expressive
    language which allows for portable Jamfiles capable of building
    large projects with multiple concurrent processes (although by
    default it uses a single process).
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