Update to 0.5.3
- Fix markup typo in the man page.
- Abort on line numbering or column numbering overflow. Line numbers are limited
to values that fit in "unsigned int". Also reject input lines longer than
2^32-1 characters. It seems reasonable to presume that any input that violates
these constraints is someone screwing around and not a serious attempt to
compile or preprocess anything useful. Done in response to n2129, but without
getting into any of the silliness found there.
- Recognize __ia64__ for IA64 builds.
- Recognize __aarch64__ for 64-bit ARM builds, as sent in by various people.
- Recognize __riscv__ and __riscv64__ for risc-v builds.
Add p5-CSS-Sass 3.4.10
CSS::Sass provides a perl interface to LibSass, a nearly complete Sass compiler
written in C++. It is currently at ruby sass 3.4 feature parity and heading
towards 3.5 compatibility. It can compile .scss and .sass files.
Add minify 2.3.8
Minify is a minifier package written in Go. It provides HTML5, CSS3, JS, JSON,
SVG and XML minifiers and an interface to implement any other minifier.
Minification is the process of removing bytes from a file (such as whitespace)
without changing its output and therefore shrinking its size and speeding up
transmission over the internet and possibly parsing. The implemented minifiers
are designed for high performance.
The core functionality associates mimetypes with minification functions,
allowing embedded resources (like CSS or JS within HTML files) to be minified as
well. Users can add new implementations that are triggered based on a mimetype
(or pattern), or redirect to an external command (like ClosureCompiler,
x11/libxkbcommon: Add dep on xkeyboard-config
Add a run time dependency on x11/xkeyboard-config in x11/libxkbcommon.
While not strictly necessary, this is recommended upstream, since almost all
uses of libxkbcommon also needs xkeyboard-config. This is similar to how it
is done in other distributions.
This solves issues when graphics/xpdf4 is installed without a desktop or
graphical environment, as well as other places.
Reported by: Bertrand Petit
Suggested by: tobik
graphics/wayland: disable debug build by default
There is no need to build wayland with debug options by default. This is
most likely a left over from when it was first ported.
Submitted by: jbeich