Created attachment 189934 [details]
You might want to wait for 2.1.0 final release, but just throwing this out there — it works on arm64!
thanks for the report.
At first look the patch looks incomplete: PORTREVISION should be removed.
Also, several ports depend on lang/luajit and should be updated with this change, this is why I've recommended to garga@ to raise a review in Phabricator.
benchmarks/wrk was fixed upstream: https://github.com/wg/wrk/issues/314 asked them for a release.
editors/neovim fixed a non-fatal error, not related to the update but to arm64: https://github.com/neovim/neovim/issues/7879
Apparently "it doesn't seem like a final release [of LuaJIT 2.1] will be out anytime soon". Debian testing is shipping 2.1.0-beta3 already.
Could this included or is it out of time? bugs #191476.
Created attachment 191436 [details]
(In reply to w.schwarzenfeld from comment #3)
I'm not sure what exactly you meant, but I've included that pthread patch in this update.
Plus fixes for dependent ports. I think most of them should work now…
Looks very good for me.
Created attachment 195982 [details]
Updated with fixes for more dependent ports.
What's the status here? It would be nice to see luajit get updated.
Sergey, are you planning on committing this?
Thanks for the new patch.
Looks good for me. There are several ports are involved in this update. I believe we can test (do a build?) those propertly before we commit the change.
Created attachment 212216 [details]
Perhaps it would be worth looking at porting moonjit https://github.com/moonjit/moonjit or raptorjit https://github.com/raptorjit/raptorjit instead which seems to be much more active and make it default instead?
(In reply to daniel.engberg.lists from comment #13)
Huh, moonjit is the integration fork I sent a PR to before it was called moonjit.
I'm for moonjit then. Though my interest in this has significantly lowered since neovim gained support for normal lua.. (and I switched to another editor later anyway lol)
Greg and Daniel, I really appreciate your input here! You know far more about this than I do.
Do you have a feel for moonjit vs raptorjit?
Also, is there a substantive benefit to luajit over lua in neovim?
(In reply to Adam Weinberger from comment #15)
Moon expands portability (powerpc64, s390x), Raptor destroys portability ("removing #ifdef features that are not required for Linux/x86-64 e.g. Windows support, 32-bit heap support, and non-x86 backends"). Raptor is not suitable for replacing an OS package of luajit, Moon is.
any progress on this?
moonjit is dead so I'd suggest that we should point everything to openresty fork.