Right now, devel/glib20 port is built with slower, mutex-based variant of g_atomic_whatever routines, instead of assembler-based ones. This is slower and possibly unreliable, as there are semantical differences between the two (mutex-based versions may deadlock). This breaks audio/ardour and possibly other applications.
Fix would be to patch the configure script to set host_cpu to "i486" instead of "i386". This would break glib20 on a real i386, though.
Over to maintainer(s).
FYI: We don't have to worry about i386, since it's not support by FreeBSD.
As for gets it compiled with mutex-based implementation of atomic ops, I
can't comment on it. I don't know anything about it. Although it does
sound good. I will let marcus, bland or whomever to take care of it.
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Functionality has been restored.
marcus 2008-11-25 18:52:50 UTC
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Restore the ability to compile with optimized assembler code.
Revision Changes Path
1.154 +2 -1 ports/devel/glib20/Makefile
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On 1125T1220, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> FYI: We don't have to worry about i386, since it's not support by FreeBSD.
> As for gets it compiled with mutex-based implementation of atomic ops, I
> can't comment on it. I don't know anything about it. Although it does
> sound good. I will let marcus, bland or whomever to take care of it.
Thank you; fix works just fine.
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