We are working to move the default version of GCC in ports (lang/gcc)
from GCC 4.8 to GCC 4.9.
Sadly this port is one of a few that blocks this update, cf. http://package22.nyi.freebsd.org/data/101i386-default-PR196712/2015-10-27_08h38m03s/logs/errors/freeocl-0.3.6_6.log
Sorry for the late answer. I have little time recently. I will look into this as soon as possible, but my C++ knowledge is very limited.
FreeOCL is a software package that does not receive updates anymore from upstream - as far as I can say from a distant perspective and viewpoint. The focus is more on POCL, for which I proposed also a port, Aeons ago.
This upstream patch fixes this specific build issue, I think:
There are many other commits that went in that improve portability, but they're fairly big. Do you think it makes sense to keep this port around for long?
(In reply to Raphael Kubo da Costa from comment #2)
Sorry, I'm a bit confused and have not focused much on this port.
I will check this, soon. Since I got a bit closer to poudriere and its value for development, I'll check this and it would be nice if I could get some hints how to setup the build environment in poudriere to use another compiler than the base's LLVM/CLANG to checkout what is going wrong.
(In reply to O. Hartmann from comment #3)
I think this port should be retired in favour of devel/pocl. POCL is actively developed, FreeOCL seems not.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sat Mar 18 13:39:12 UTC 2017
New revision: 436408
Also mark DEPRECATED due to this being "dead" and having an actively
maintainer replacement with lang/pocl.
Pull in EXPIRATION_DATE to 2017-03-31.
Approved by: maintainer (O. Hartmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
Expired port removed.