TCL ports seem to have a need for fpsetround() on ARM64 that is missing. I'm unsure where this would be added, so I'll just drop these logs here for future review.
I would like it if we don't need to implement these. I'm planning on a ports exp-run on amd64 to see what breaks when the fp* functions are removed.
From tcl8.4.20/unix/tclUnixInit.c for reference:
> #if defined(__FreeBSD__) && defined(__GNUC__)
> * Adjust the rounding mode to be more conventional. Note that FreeBSD
> * only provides the __fpsetreg() used by the following two for the GNU
> * Compiler. When using, say, Intel's icc they break. (Partially based on
> * patch in BSD ports system from email@example.com)
Should we just add `&& !defined(__aarch64__)` to the conditional for now?
lang/tcl86, failing due to lack of fpsetround, is responsible for 615 skipped ports in the arm64 quarterly ports build
TCL has been fixed. Sean are you aware of any other ports affected by this?
no, I think we're good here. I can't recall any others, but I'll keep my eye out.