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update bitkeerper to version 7.3.3

Module Name:	pkgsrc-wip
Committed By:	Niclas Rosenvik <>
Pushed By:	nros
Date:		Wed Sep 25 12:37:53 2019 +0000
Changeset:	80da78e057ceb7284ef01664fb1910d0557934b8

Modified Files:
Removed Files:

Log Message:
update bitkeerper to version 7.3.3 and patch-src_slib.c were removed
what they fix have been fixed upstream.

From bitkeeper release notes:

 BitKeeper version 7.3.3 released Dec 29 2018

A bugfix release, but fixes build issues on current systems

- This release fixes some problems where bk fails to build correctly
  with newer versions of glibc.  (conflict with symbol FILE) And it
  needed fixes to work with gperf v3

- 'bk relink' could assert in a certain corner case
  `bk: remap.c:119: remap_lstat: Assertion sccs failed.`

- Fix a bug where 'bk cp' didn't work correctly when run from outside
  of a the repository containing the file being copied.

-  Fix 'bk changes --html' to handle quoting in comments.
   Also fix html tag order

-  difftool would use the wrong timestamp when extracting data from bk
   history. This used to work in the past but was broken with a
   different bug was fixed.

- Fixed a bug where 'bk collapse' could corrupt a repository by
  removing some required tags.


 BitKeeper version 7.3.2 released Sep 23 2017

A small collection of bugfixes

- Improve the error message when bk fails to allocate a temp file

- Clear BK_CONFIG before running regressions

- Relax the consistency tests for tags to allow strange constructs
  created by 15 year old versions of bk. These will still be rejected
  on a newer repository.

- In `bk changes URL`, fix problem with extremely long output lines
  not getting transmitted correctly.

- Document 'bk export -a' that includes files from the `BitKeeper/`
  subdirectory and fix a problem where it didn't work with the
  `-tpatch` option.

- Minor tweaks to fix testcases to continue working correctly

- bkd commands are now able to rotate logfiles to prevent
  BitKeeper/log from growing too large

- Testcase tweak to avoid occasional regression failures

- More documentation for 'bk changes --oneline/--short'


 BitKeeper version 7.3.1ce released Sep 29 2016

A smaller collection of bugfixes and new features. This is mainly
being released because of a bug introducted in bk-7.3 that caused some
older repositories to stop working.

New features

- Add a simple mechinism for users to add new commands to BitKeeper.
  If 'bk-foo' exists on the PATH, then 'bk foo' will call that command.
  (git already does something similar)
  If you want 'bk help foo' to work, you do that by making 'bk-foo --help'
  produce whatever help you want.  Your command must handle --help even
  if it just does nothing.  The reason: if your command is potentially
  destructive and it doesn't handle --help, it just ignores it, that
  could lead to a mess.

- The dspec expression `$first(:KEY:)` was introduced in bk-7.0 but with a
  different less useful syntax.  Now `$first()` has changed and is documented.

- The `bk send` and `bk receive` commands will now correctly package
  csets from a nested repositories that impact multiple
  components. With this release nested csets can be transferred like
bk send -rRANGE - | <send to new machine> | bk receive -

- The 'changes' command has new --short and --oneline command line
  options. See 'bk help changes' for details.


- In the past, when running 'bk foo' where 'foo' is not a builtin
  BitKeeper command, the bk executable would try to execute 'foo' from
  the user's PATH. This could cause confusion and so this feature has
  been removed. Now and commands that are not understood by BitKeeper,
  or match the new bk-foo extention above, will print a command not
  found error.

- The dspec language used to extract metadata with 'bk changes' and
  'bk log' is now better documented in the 'bk help log' man page.


- In bk-7.3ce, a feature was removed where imports might put the user
  running the import after the hostname like this:
  This change introduced a bug where old csets created with that
  syntax were not read correctly if the repository was also in the OLD
  bk-5.0 syntax.

- Fix a problem with incremental fast-export on nested repositories

- Lots of fixes to the Makefile's to support parallel builds.

- Pathnames in RCS and SCCS keywords (see `bk help keywords`) are now
  correctly expanded using historical pathnames when fetch old
  versions of files that have been renamed. This was preventing
  `bk export -tplain -rREV DIR` for generating a perfect replicate
  of older releases that contain keywords.

- In BK/Web when looking at files changes, binary files are not
  reported correctly.

To see a diff of this commit:;a=commitdiff;h=80da78e057ceb7284ef01664fb1910d0557934b8

Please note that diffs are not public domain; they are subject to the
copyright notices on the relevant files.

 bitkeeper/Makefile                 |  4 ++--
 bitkeeper/PLIST                    |  3 +--
 bitkeeper/distinfo                 | 10 ++++------
 bitkeeper/patches/ | 13 -------------
 bitkeeper/patches/patch-src_slib.c | 13 -------------
 5 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 36 deletions(-)

diff --git a/bitkeeper/Makefile b/bitkeeper/Makefile
index e69082df2b..9ee20418fc 100644
--- a/bitkeeper/Makefile
+++ b/bitkeeper/Makefile
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
 # $NetBSD$
-DISTNAME=	bk-7.3ce
+DISTNAME=	bk-7.3.3
 PKGNAME=	${DISTNAME:S/bk/bitkeeper/}
 EXTRACT_SUFX=	.src.tar.gz
diff --git a/bitkeeper/PLIST b/bitkeeper/PLIST
index 77fd1d26d1..a83e273daf 100644
--- a/bitkeeper/PLIST
+++ b/bitkeeper/PLIST
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 @comment $NetBSD$
@@ -607,4 +607,3 @@ share/bitkeeper/www/fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff2
-@pkgdir {share,bin}
diff --git a/bitkeeper/distinfo b/bitkeeper/distinfo
index 39974d1d72..c8a0d60b15 100644
--- a/bitkeeper/distinfo
+++ b/bitkeeper/distinfo
@@ -1,11 +1,9 @@
-SHA1 (bk-7.3ce.src.tar.gz) = 98303855a4cc84eea592bc6eca37c0d8feb83ed8
-RMD160 (bk-7.3ce.src.tar.gz) = 6573ddcaef75dfa5b0c8578cbb3525754c351825
-SHA512 (bk-7.3ce.src.tar.gz) = 671828afe094a2c834f70ea2e70070eec823e6c67e0e3eaa84fb7f7259caf026764194c04356ba5b6439f3813124a20eed7fc283f82de324b587c3bf779a8678
-Size (bk-7.3ce.src.tar.gz) = 20257094 bytes
+SHA1 (bk-7.3.3.src.tar.gz) = 198600097279f1749e13ee92cd6c43f9510a0a06
+RMD160 (bk-7.3.3.src.tar.gz) = eba72e926b0e6188c1c398ecd7abcd29925ab356
+SHA512 (bk-7.3.3.src.tar.gz) = 84f233f43ad8f09674e296f074ae800c3019880b3a591c56c77d9869d9062711904afb04cfd605695e6bb660afd0906004360067695b1dee54601b85d2d563fe
+Size (bk-7.3.3.src.tar.gz) = 20273074 bytes
 SHA1 (patch-Ldoc-install) = f7d8f10d501240f08f7a27d058a700ce5b09a6d6
-SHA1 ( = d5ac40c44b6688890e20bad917b26eae9d2a3284
 SHA1 ( = 4811d75e4b37a8be0c2389c6d8265ce7ecae536c
 SHA1 (patch-src_gui_tcltk_tktable_configure) = a77542f18d9065a5c5d1b1130fb5bbe09e1feae3
-SHA1 (patch-src_slib.c) = 23b3c7af2ba4e523ec827215ac0942908827b99b
diff --git a/bitkeeper/patches/ b/bitkeeper/patches/
deleted file mode 100644
index 9e72bf23c8..0000000000
--- a/bitkeeper/patches/
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,13 +0,0 @@
---- src/	2016-07-15 19:21:30.000000000 +0000
-+++ src/
-@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ typedef struct CMD {
- 	u8	remote:1;	/* always allowed as a remote command */
- } CMD;
--CMD	*cmd_lookup(const char *str, unsigned int len);
-+CMD	*cmd_lookup(const char *str, size_t len);
diff --git a/bitkeeper/patches/patch-src_slib.c b/bitkeeper/patches/patch-src_slib.c
deleted file mode 100644
index f261a9bae6..0000000000
--- a/bitkeeper/patches/patch-src_slib.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,13 +0,0 @@
---- src/slib.c.orig	2016-07-15 19:21:30.000000000 +0000
-+++ src/slib.c
-@@ -14888,7 +14888,7 @@ printTagDetails(sccs *s, ser_t d, symbol
-  * Makefile).
-  */
- extern	struct kwval *kw2val_lookup(register const char *str,
--    register unsigned int len);
-+    register size_t len);
- #include "kw2val_lookup.c"
- #define	notKeyword -1

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