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Revision 1.36, Sun Oct 27 23:22:54 2013 UTC (3 years, 9 months ago) by wiz
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2013Q4-base, pkgsrc-2013Q4
Changes since 1.35: +2 -3 lines

Update to 2.15:

* Noteworthy changes in release 2.15 (2013-10-26) [stable]

** Bug fixes

  grep's \s and \S failed to work with multi-byte white space characters.
  For example, \s would fail to match a non-breaking space, and this
  would print nothing: printf '\xc2\xa0' | LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 grep '\s'
  A related bug is that \S would mistakenly match an invalid multibyte
  character.  For example, the following would match:
    printf '\x82\n' | LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 grep '^\S$'
  [bug present since grep-2.6]

  grep -i would segfault on systems using UTF-16-based wchar_t (Cygwin)
  when converting an input string containing certain 4-byte UTF-8
  sequences to lower case.  The conversions to wchar_t and back to
  a UTF-8 multibyte string did not take surrogate pairs into account.
  [bug present since at least grep-2.6, though the segfault is new with 2.13]

  grep -E would segfault when given a regexp like '([^.]*[M]){1,2}'
  for any multibyte character M. [bug introduced in grep-2.6, which would
  segfault, but 2.7 and 2.8 had no problem, and 2.9 through 2.14 would
  hit a failed assertion. ]

  grep -F would get stuck in an infinite loop when given a search string
  that is an invalid byte sequence in the current locale and that matches
  the bytes of the input twice on a line.  Now grep fails with exit status 1.

  grep -P could misbehave.  While multi-byte mode is only supported by PCRE
  with UTF-8 locales, grep did not activate it.  This would cause failures
  to match multibyte characters against some regular expressions, especially
  those including the '.' or '\p' metacharacters.

** New features

  grep -P can now use a just-in-time compiler to greatly speed up matches,
  This feature is transparent to the user; no flag is required to enable
  it.  It is only available if the corresponding support in the PCRE
  library is detected when grep is compiled.

# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.36 2013/10/27 23:22:54 wiz Exp $

DISTNAME=	grep-2.15
CATEGORIES=	textproc

MAINTAINER=	bouyer@NetBSD.org
HOMEPAGE=	http://www.gnu.org/software/grep/grep.html
LICENSE=	gnu-gpl-v3 # or later

USE_TOOLS+=		makeinfo msgfmt
CONFIGURE_ARGS+=	--disable-perl-regexp
CONFIGURE_ARGS+=	--program-prefix=g


.include "../../mk/bsd.prefs.mk"

.for g n in  bin/ggrep ${PKGGNUDIR}bin/grep bin/gegrep ${PKGGNUDIR}bin/egrep \
             bin/gfgrep ${PKGGNUDIR}bin/fgrep   \
             man/man1/ggrep.1 ${PKGGNUDIR}${PKGMANDIR}/man1/grep.1 \
             man/man1/ggrep.1 ${PKGGNUDIR}${PKGMANDIR}/man1/egrep.1 \
             man/man1/ggrep.1 ${PKGGNUDIR}${PKGMANDIR}/man1/fgrep.1
	${LN} -sf ${PREFIX}/${g} ${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/${n}

.include "../../devel/gettext-lib/buildlink3.mk"
.include "../../mk/bsd.pkg.mk"