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Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Dec 31 22:16:15 2020 UTC (23 months ago) by fcambus
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gnucobol: update to 3.1.2. ChangeLog: 2020-12-23 Simon Sobisch <firstname.lastname@example.org> * configure.ac: version 3.1.2 2020-12-15 Simon Sobisch <email@example.com> * configure.ac: fixed use of MPIR_LIBS
Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Dec 10 18:09:34 2020 UTC (23 months, 3 weeks ago) by fcambus
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gnucobol: update to 3.1.1. Pkgsrc changes: - Follow redirects (open-cobol -> gnucobol) for MASTER_SITES and HOMEPAGE - Add a test target ChangeLog: GnuCOBOL 3.1.1 released (20201208) GnuCOBOL 3.1 released (20201111) had issues that were fixed * New GnuCOBOL features ** XML GENERATE statement (note: runtime support needs additional library libxml2) ** JSON GENERATE statement (note: runtime support needs additional library cJSON or JSON-C) ** CONTINUE AFTER statement (COBOL 202x) implemented, also handle fractions of seconds in C$SLEEP now ** TYPEDEF and SAME AS (COBOL 2002) implemented, including the MicroFocus and RM/COBOL variants ** >>TURN (COBOL 2002) directive implemented, allowing some exception checks to be turned on/off per source as desired ** Improved support for different compiler extensions (ACUCOBOL, IBM, Fujitsu, MicroFocus COBOL, Microsoft COBOL, RM/COBOL, CA Realia and more) ** file handling: include support for a callable EXTFH interface also provided by several compilers including Micro Focus This allows users to insert an external file handler while retaining all of the normal COBOL I/O functions with a possible callback to libcob. To have the compiled program call `yourfh()` for file I/O use: `cobc -fcallfh=yourfh` In turn `yourfh()` may call `EXTFH()` to use I/O functions from GnuCOBOL. The external file handler can also be directly invoked from COBOL, too, using `CALL "EXTFH"`. ** Note: Not each flag contained in the FCD3 is handled already ** ** file handling: added support for [RE]WRITE FILE file FROM source ** file handling: name mapping adjusted (improved MF and ACU-compatibility): entries starting with a period or number are not resolved any more, periods in the external identifier are always replaced by underscore -> MY.FILE is resolved by DD_MY_FILE, dd_MY_FILE, MIFILE now; prefixes "-F " and "-D " are removed from external names; if filename is not absolute after translation, COB_FILE_PATH is now still applied; File name mapping now applies both to COBOL statements and CALLable CBL_ and C$ file routines. ** Screen I/O: initial mouse support (for details see runtime.cfg), use of CURSOR clause in SPECIAL-NAMES for positioning on ACCEPT ** on abort a stack trace will be genereated, this can be suppressed by runtime configuration option COB_STRACK_TRACE ** the dump that is generated on abort (depending on -fdump at compile-time) was heavily improved and combines consecutive identical OCCURS items, leading to smaller dump files ** changes in handling COPY statement: * copybook names that contain an extension aren't searched with additional extensions [as post-rc1-change this may be set to old behaviour by defining COB_MULTI_EXTENSION when building GnuCOBOL/cobc] * library names are now tested for environment "COB_COPY_LIB_libname", allowing the directory to specified externally (also as no-directory by exporting with empty value) and has a fallback (with a warning) to be effectively ignored (as previous versions did this) * Removed functions ** SCREEN SECTION, REPORT-WRITER module: removed non-standard extension "LINE / COL signed-integer" (inadvertently available since 2.2/3.0rc1); which will now raise an error "unsigned integer expected"; if used replace by standard "LINE / COL +/- integer" * Obsolete features (will be removed in the next version if no explicit user requests are raised) ** support for Borland C compiler and linker ** -fif-cutoff flag for cobc (currently disabled, see entry below in 3.0rc1) ** old OpenCOBOL-only-EXTFH * Changes to the COBOL compiler (cobc) options: ** new options: -f[no]-ec=exception-name to tune the exception checks similar to the >>TURN directive, you may also leave out the "EC-" prefix here, example to enable all checks but disable all bound checks but OCCURS DEPENDING ON: cobc -debug -fno-ec=bound -fec=bound-odo ** adjustments to warning options: -Wextra "new" option to enable every possible warning that is not dialect specific (this option used to be called -W) -Wadditional new warning group for all warnings that don't have a group on their own -Wno-error and -Wno-error=<warning> to treat (specific <warning>s) not as error -Wdangling-text for raising the warning "source text after program area", not included in -Wall any more -Wno-ignored-error allows to suppress messages that normally would be an error and are only allowed because they are never executed -Wimplicit-define and -Wcorresponding are now enabled by default -f[no]-diagnostics-show-option, enabled by default, shows the command line option responsible for the diagnostic message extra information to a warning (or error) is now marked as "note:" ** the interal Xref got a huge speedup, has all references in ascending order now and includes the total amount of direct references ** the interal listing got a speedup and has all error references in ascending order now ** cobc -g (and configure --enable-debug) use the most expressive debugging options available on the system ** cobc -g now auto-includes references to the COBOL source file and to all ENTRY and SECTION elements to ease source level debugging * Changes in the COBOL runtime (libcob) ** Messages from the COBOL runtime are also translated now (if installed). To prevent this disable translations in general with using the configure option --disable-nls (or by deactivating ENABLE_NLS in config.h). ** libcob.h does no longer auto-include gmp.h (behavior since 2.x), if you link against libcob and need cob_decimal include gmp.h/mpir.h yourself before; otherwise you do not need it in your include path any more ** execution times of INSPECT and INITIALIZE with OCCURS were heavily cut down ** convenience functions for direct C access to COBOL fields and for debugging were added, see new C-API documentation ** first-time file-locking under Win32 ** Breaking change: previously the return-code of registered error handlers (by CBL_ERROR_PROC) were ignored. This was changed according to the documentation for CBL_ERROR_PROC -> a RETURN-VALUE of ZERO skips further error handlers to be called, including the internal one. * New build features ** Running the internal tests by make check now fails if the testsuite has any unexpected result. ** The modules and test programs in the NIST COBOL-85 test suite (tests/cobol85) may now be build and/or tested and/or the test results checked separately. You now may also run the tests with a previous installed version of GnuCOBOL (or a version specified by a manual temporary setup). For details see tests/cobol85/README. ** new configure option --with-math=ARG to specify which math multiple precision library is to be used, where ARG may be: check (default), gmp, mpir ** new configure options --with-xml2 / -without-xml2 to explicit force/disable XML runtime support, otherwise it will be included if found as working ** new configure option --with-json / -without-json to explicit force/disable JSON runtime support, otherwise it will be included if found as working Note: As a special case you may built-in cJSON by placing its source in the folder "libcob". If it is included there, this version will be compiled into libcob. It may be enforced with --with-json=local, like --with-json=cjson and --with-json=json-c enforce the given library. ** To adjust the build system for GMP/MPIR you may use the new variables GMP_CFLAGS / MPIR_CFLAGS and GMP_LIBS / MPIR_LIBS. If unset configure will try pkg-config. ** To adjust configure to use libxml2 you may use the new variables XML2_CFLAGS and XML2_LIBS. If unset configure will use pkg-config / xml2-config. ** To adjust configure to use libcjson you may use the new variables CJSON_CFLAGS and CJSON_LIBS, similar JSON_C_CFLAGS and JSON_C_LIBS for libjson-c. If unset configure will use pkg-config. ** new configure option --enable-hardening to either enable GNU C's hardening options or leave as-is, or disable (which previous versions effectively did) ** build system: defaults.h is not created or included any more, all configure provided defines are now found in the single header config.h ** Any time after `make` you can call `pre-inst-env` script to use the still- uninstalled binaries. Samples: pre-inst-env cobc -xj prog.cob pre-inst-env cobcrun -M prog start pre-inst-env may also be called without parameters to start a new shell session with the environment adjusted to use the uninstalled version. * Too much bug fixes to list here (please check ChangeLogs for full details), includes the following CVEs: ** compiler (may be triggered with special crafted source files) CVE-2019-14468, CVE-2019-14486, CVE-2019-14528, CVE-2019-14541, CVE-2019-16396, CVE-2019-16395 * GnuCOBOL's getopt implementation honors POSIXLY_CORRECT now: if set to any value the option parsing in cobc, cobcrun and CBL_GC_GETOPT stops at the first nonoption, otherwise it stays with the old behaviour and re-orders nonoptions to the end) * Known issues in 3.1 ** testsuite: * if built with vbisam, cisam or disam, depending on the version used, some tests will lead to UNEXPECTED PASS, while others may fail * possibly failing tests (false positives): * temporary path invalid * compiler outputs (assembler) * compile from stdin * NIST: OBNC1M.CBL false positive (the test runner uses a nonportable way of emulating a program kill) ** the recent additions of ">> TURN" and "variable LIKE variable" may not work as expected in all cases ** features that are known to not be portable to every environment yet (especially when using a different compiler than GCC) * function with variable-length RETURNING item * USAGE POINTER, which may need to be manually aligned ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GnuCOBOL 3.0-rc1 released (20180422) * New GnuCOBOL features ** REPORTWRITER module added ** INDEXED file handling: added support for sparse and split keys ** file handling: added support for [RE]WRITE FILE file FROM source ** DISPLAY ... UPON PRINTER may be redirected to an external command (new runtime configuration COB_DISPLAY_PRINT_PIPE) or appended to a file (new runtime configuration COB_DISPLAY_PRINT_FILE, which takes precedence) ** XML GENERATE statement (note: runtime support needs additional library libxml2) ** JSON GENERATE statement (note: runtime support needs additional library cJSON) ** Improved support for different compiler extensions (ACUCOBOL, IBM, Fujitsu, MicroFocus COBOL, Microsoft COBOL, RM/COBOL and more) ** Parser support for many features of different compilers, for example PIC 1 / USAGE BIT, ACUCOBOL extensions for graphical controls VALIDATE statement and much more. Most of them will be fully implemented in a later version... ** Option to dump (partial) data of modules on abort. Use new cobc option -fdump=<scope> to prepare the module and optional use new runtime configuration options COB_DUMP_FILE and COB_DUMP_WIDTH to adjust the dump. ** C interface: new functions cob_set_runtime_option / cob_get_runtime_option to set/get special runtime options (currently FILE * for trace and printer output) or to reload the runtime configuration after changing environment ** file handling: include support for a callable EXTFH interface also provided by several compilers including Micro Focus This allows users to insert an external file handler while retaining all of the normal COBOL I/O functions with a possible callback to libcob. To have the compiled program call `yourfh()` for file I/O use: `cobc -fcallfh=yourfh` In turn `yourfh()` may call `EXTFH()` to use I/O functions from GnuCOBOL. The external file handler can also be directly invoked from COBOL, too, using `CALL "EXTFH"`. ** Note: Not all flags contained in the FCD3 are handled already ** * Changed cobc options: ** The option -debug (runtime checks) no longer implies -ftrace (option to trace program flow of the generated module with COB_SET_TRACE). You may specify -ftrace[all] along -debug if you want to use this feature. ** The option -E (preprocess file) does not imply an output file any more. If no output file is explicit specified with -o filename.i the output will be written to stdout (behavior of versions 1.1 is restored). Requesting output to stdout explicit by using a dash as output name is also possible. ** Changed options for listing: The option -tsymbols was replaced by -ftsymbols and therefore can now also be explicit deactivated by specifying -fno-tsymbols. New options for suppressing (or explicit requesting) parts of the listing: -fno-theader suppress all headers from listing while keeping page breaks -fno-tmessages suppress warning and error summary from listing -fno-tsource suppress actual source from listing (for example to only produce the cross-reference) ** The option -fif-cutoff (option to change generated C sources to use a label + goto for nested if/else) was deactivated to allow the C compiler to fully control the program flow. ** Please report if you have a need for this option as it will be ** ** removed permanently in the next release of GnuCOBOL otherwise. ** * Changes in the COBOL runtime (libcob) ** updated exception handling, GnuCOBOL now only cleans raised exceptions when requested by SET LAST EXCEPTION TO OFF ** The standard-format for program tracing was changed and is now adjustable by the runtime configuration option COB_TRACE_FORMAT. * New build features ** New test suite for manual tests (especially SCREEN I/O), run with `make checkmanual`. Note: You may want to adjust the test runner tests/run_prog_manual.sh which defaults to xterm in GUI environments and screen in terminal environments. ** new configure option --enable-debug-log to allow *internal* tracing of GnuCOBOL (intended for developers of GnuCOBOL only) * Too much bug fixes to list here (please check ChangeLogs for full details).
Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat May 23 13:06:37 2020 UTC (2 years, 6 months ago) by rillig
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lang/gnucobol: remove unknown configure options
Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Dec 17 04:54:15 2017 UTC (4 years, 11 months ago) by ryoon
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Update to 2.2 * Change PKGNAME as a name of tarball Changelog: GnuCOBOL 2.2 released (20170906) * Move to GPL/LGPL 3 * New GnuCOBOL features (too much to list) ** User Defined Functions, FUNCTION-ID. ** New intrinsic functions ABSOLUTE-VALUE alias for ABS CURRENCY-SYMBOL CURRENCY-SYMBOL of the current program FORMATTED-CURRENT-DATE ISO 8601 datetime function FORMATTED-DATE ISO 8601 datetime function FORMATTED-DATETIME ISO 8601 datetime function FORMATTED-TIME ISO 8601 datetime function TEST-FORMATTED-DATETIME ISO 8601 datetime function INTEGER-OF-FORMATTED-DATE date to integer HIGHEST-ALGEBRAIC now implemented LOWEST-ALGEBRAIC now implemented LOCALE-COMPARE now implemented NUMVAL-F now implemented TEST-NUMVAL now implemented TEST-NUMVAL-C now implemented TEST-NUMVAL-F now implemented LENGTH-AN alias for BYTE-LENGTH MODULE-CALLER-ID return the name of the caller MODULE-DATE current module: compilation date MODULE-TIME current module: compilation time MODULE-FORMATTED-DATE current module: formatted datetime MODULE-ID current module: PROGRAM-ID MODULE-PATH current module: path on compile time MODULE-SOURCE current module: name on compile time MONETARY-DECIMAL-POINT LOCALE based fiscal decimal point MONETARY-THOUSANDS-SEPARATOR LOCALE based fiscal visual grouping separator Note: The functions that are actually available as intrinsic functions depend on the -std used. Function names that aren't marked as intrinsic functions by the current -std can be used freely as user defined words or even as user defined functions. ** New system functions C$CALLEDBY return the name of the caller CBL_GC_FORK fork current process (not on Windows) CBL_GC_WAITPID wait for process to end CBL_GC_GETOPT (CBL_OC_GETOPT) comand lineoption parser for COBOL CBL_GC_PRINTABLE (C$PRINTABLE) check if character is printable CBL_GC_HOSTED (CBL_OC_HOSTED) provides access to C extern variables, like stdin, errno CBL_GC_NANOSLEEP CBL_OC_NANOSLEEP CBL_GET_SCR_SIZE get current terminal size - if any CBL_READ_KBD_CHAR get character from terminal CBL_SET_CSR_POS set current position on terminal x'E4' clear terminal screen x'E5' ring the bell ** many new / extended COBOL statements from COBOL2002/2014 and extensions from different COBOL dialects ** more SWITCHes: from SWITCH-01 to SWITCH-36 and its variants from many COBOL dialects ** more IEEE numeric types added, FLOAT-DECIMAL-16, FLOAT-DECIMAL-34, etc ** more literal types added, numeric boolean etc. ** most of the COBOL 2014 spec Compiler Directive Facility is in ** optional: stricter syntax checks ** refactored and extended compiler and runtime messages with available translations (currently to Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch, partial to German) ** screen IO: many extended ACCEPT DISPLAY and SCREEN SECTION changes ** Direct call interface for C: CALL-CONVENTIONS for CALLs and PROCEDURE DIVISION SIZE of parameters specified for CALL ... BY VALUE RETURN NOTHING for calling void functions RETURN ADDRESS OF VAR for calling functions returning a pointer PROCEDURE DIVISION RETURNING OMITTED -> callable as void function ** Much, much more! * New cobc options: ** New -std options: cobol2014 COBOL 2014 Standard xopen X/Open COBOL Standard mf-strict Micro Focus COBOL compatibility - strict ibm-strict IBM COBOL compatibility - strict ibm-strict MVS/VM COBOL compatibility - strict acu ACUCOBOL-GT compatibility acu-strict ACUCOBOL-GT compatibility - strict bs2000 BS2000 COBOL compatibility (back again) bs2000-strict BS2000 COBOL compatibility - strict rm RM-COBOL compatibility rm-strict RM-COBOL compatibility - strict Note: The GnuCOBOL compiler tries to limit both the feature-set and reserved words to the specified compiler when the "strict" dialects are used. COBOL sources compiled with these dialects are therefore likely to compile with the specified compiler and vice versa: sources that were compiled on the specified compiler should compile without any issues with GnuCOBOL. With the "non-strict" dialects GnuCOBOL will activate the complete feature-set where it doesn't directly conflict with the specified dialect, including reserved words and GnuCOBOL specific extensions. COBOL sources compiled with these dialects therefore may work only with GnuCOBOL. COBOL sources may need a change because of rich feature-set and reserved words in GnuCOBOL, otherwise offending words may be removed by `-fno-reserved=word`. COBOL-85, X/Open COBOL, COBOL 2002 and COBOL 2014 are always "strict". ** New listing options: -t listing, -T wide listing, --tlines=lines, lines per page of listing -Xref Note: -P, generate preprocessor listing, is still available (and improved) ** All compiler configuration flags may be set on command line to override a specific setting of the current -std, see cobc --help ** All Warnings can be explicit enabled/disabled or even marked as error, see cobc --help -Wunreachable report on possible unreachable statements ** Options for the C compiler/linker: -K <entry>, compile entry point as static (resolve at link time) -A, add options to C compile phase -Q, add options to C link phase ** Miscellaneous -i -info, display build/environment -D define symbol for Compiler Directive Facility -j -job=args, run job after compile input filename of '-' reads source from standard in For more: see cobc --help * New cobcrun options: -i -info, display build/environment -r -runtime-env, display runtime configuration -c -config, set runtime config from file -M -module, set path/module name when looking for entry * New build features make test downloads NIST testsuite if necessary now usable with parallel builds (make -j4 test) make checkall runs both the internal an NIST testsuite ** testsuite defaults to coloured output ** Windows(tm) Visual Studio build support files added, options to validate the software generated with VS against both test suites ** removed maintainer mode - if files need a rebuild because of a change they are always rebuild ** help2man, bison and flex are checked during configure, if they need to be invoked and are missing a useful error message is given ** All files created by GnuCOBOL runtime use the same file permission settings now: COB_FILE_MODE which was changed to 0666 ** changed unix package name from "gnu-cobol" to "gnucobol"
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Use the curses framework.
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Update to 2.0rc1 Add LICENSE Upstream changes: * 20160813 GnuCOBOL 2.0rc1 ** User Defined Functions ** New cobc options: *** -t listing, -T wide listing, --tlines=lines, lines per page of listing *** -K <entry>, entry point compile static *** -i -info, display build/environment *** -j -job=args, run job after compile *** -P, generate preprocessor listing *** -Xref, generate cross reference (requires cobxref) *** -A, add options to C compile phase *** -Q, add options to C link phase *** -D define symbol for Compiler Directive Facility *** -f<tag>=value override .conf configuration setting *** -list-reserved, -list-intrinsics, -list-mnemonics, -list-system *** -W enable ALL warnings (more than -Wall, which excludes some) *** -Wunreachable report on unreachable statements *** -Wprototypes warn missing FUNCTION prototypes/definitions *** -fmfcomment * or / in column 1 as comment *** -facucomment $ in idicator area treated as *, | treated as *> *** Many compiler messaging changes, refactored for translation *** input filename of '-' reads source from standard in *** New -std=cobol2014 *** new configuration settings **** call-overflow, literal-length, numeric-literal-length **** specify-reserved-words ** New cobcrun options: *** -i -info, display build/environment *** -r -runtime-env, display runtime configuration *** -c -config, set runtime config from file *** -M -module, set path/module name when looking for entry ** New build features *** coloured textsuite output *** Windows(tm) Visual Studio build support files added to source tree ** New GnuCOBOL features *** User Defined Functions, FUNCTION-ID. *** Most of the COBOL 2014 spec Compiler Directive Facility is in *** Spanish and Dutch messages along with English and Japanese *** More C/C++ reserved words tested to avoid conflicts *** screen IO, many extended ACCEPT DISPLAY screen section changes *** stricter ordering of CONFIGURATION SECTION paragraphs *** PICTURE clause, more to COBOL 2014 spec *** ACCEPT OMITTED, waits for return/enter *** More Intrinsic Functions, including ISO 8601 FORMATTED-DATE and TIME *** Changes to INITIAL and RECURSIVE program handling, needs to improve more *** More IEEE numeric types added, FLOAT-DECIMAL-16, FLOAT-DECIMAL-34, etc *** More SWITCHes, from SWITCH-01 to SWITCH-36 *** TALLY special register predefined *** More literal types added, numeric boolean etc. *** Nested OCCURS DEPENDING ON (when proper config settings *** comment keywords in IDENTIFICATION DIVISION treated as end-of-line comments *** PROCEDURE DIVISION RETURNING OMITTED support matching void C functions *** New system functions **** CBL_OC_HOSTED - provides access to C extern variables, like stdin, errno *** More support for EC-exception codes *** SET LAST EXCEPTION TO OFF * All files created by GnuCOBOL runtime use the same file permission settings now: COB_FILE_MODE which was changed to 0666
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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2016Q3-base, pkgsrc-2016Q3, pkgsrc-2016Q2-base, pkgsrc-2016Q2, pkgsrc-2016Q1-base, pkgsrc-2016Q1, pkgsrc-2015Q4-base, pkgsrc-2015Q4, pkgsrc-2015Q3-base, pkgsrc-2015Q3
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Bump all packages that depend on curses.bui* or terminfo.bui* since they might incur ncurses dependencies on some platforms, and ncurses just bumped its shlib. Some packages were bumped twice now, sorry for that.
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Bump PKGREVISION for ncurses shlib bump.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Jul 1 14:23:55 2015 UTC (7 years, 5 months ago) by ryoon
Import opencobol-2.0alpha1 as lang/gnucobol. GnuCOBOL, formerly OpenCOBOL, is an open-source COBOL compiler, which translates COBOL programs to C code and compiles it using GCC.
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