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* Delete unsupported/freebsd-g++-46 mkspecRalf Nolden2016-06-081-34/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | The freebsd-g++46 mkspec was intended to specifically use gcc 4.6 from FreeBSD ports collection. However, the ports collection moves its "standard" gcc version and uses symlinks to the standard commands (e.g. gcc -> gcc48) on installing gcc. The current gcc in ports is 4.8.5, so the mkspec is not useful at all. Change-Id: I041325d05c7dc3f47f4a774d6f46ba24a601bf3e Reviewed-by: Thiago Macieira <>
* Swap the GCC and Clang versions of supported FreeBSD mkspecsThiago Macieira2016-02-021-0/+34
Modern FreeBSD doesn't come with GCC by default anymore and doesn't even provide the "gcc" or "g++" falback that OS X does. So there's no point in keeping the freebsd-clang mkspec in unsupported/ since it's the only one that works, or keeping the freebsd-g++* ones outside, as they won't compile. I'm not removing the GCC mkspecs because you can still install GCC from the ports tree. [ChangeLog][FreeBSD] The "freebsd-clang" mkspec is no longer in the unsupported/ subdir. If you have scripts you use to build Qt, you'll need to update them to say -platform freebsd-clang or remove the -platform argument. Change-Id: I7a9e11d7b64a4cc78e24ffff142dfc11d3aabb1e Reviewed-by: Raphael Kubo da Costa <> Reviewed-by: Simon Hausmann <> Reviewed-by: Oswald Buddenhagen <>