./devel/py-llvmlite [lightweight LLVM-Python binding for writing JIT compilers]
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Version: 0.27.0, Package name: py-llvmlite-0.27.0
Maintained by: Remi Pointel
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Description
A lightweight LLVM python binding for writing JIT compilers.


Filesize: 182.5 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2019-02-01) Updated to version: py-llvmlite-0.27.0
  • (2018-06-25) Package added to openports.se, version py-llvmlite-0.23.2 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2019-02-02 03:38:44 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
inputs from brad@, Makefile can be simplified and upstream has fixed the build
on OpenBSD.
   2019-02-02 03:38:44 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
inputs from brad@, Makefile can be simplified and upstream has fixed the build
on OpenBSD.
   2019-02-01 06:12:55 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
update llvmlite to 0.27.0, version compatible with llvm 7.
same diff from brad@.
   2019-02-01 06:12:55 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
update llvmlite to 0.27.0, version compatible with llvm 7.
same diff from brad@.
   2019-02-01 06:12:55 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
update llvmlite to 0.27.0, version compatible with llvm 7.
same diff from brad@.
   2018-10-24 08:28:14 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (740)
Log message:
Add COMPILER lines to c++ ports which currently use the default. Adjust
some existing COMPILER lines with arch restrictions etc. In the usual
case this is now using "COMPILER = base-clang ports-gcc base-gcc" on
ports with c++ libraries in WANTLIB.
This is basically intended to be a noop on architectures using clang
as the system compiler, but help with other architectures where we
currently have many ports knocked out due to building with an unsuitable
compiler -
- some ports require c++11/newer so the GCC version in base that is used
on these archirtectures is too old.
- some ports have conflicts where an executable is built with one compiler
(e.g. gcc from base) but a library dependency is built with a different
one (e.g. gcc from ports), resulted in mixing incompatible libraries in the
same address space.
devel/gmp is intentionally skipped as it's on the path to building gcc -
the c++ library there is unused in ports (and not built by default upstream)
so intending to disable building gmpcxx in a future commit.