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    • David Fuhrmann's avatar
      contrib: Do not hardcode compiler variables for macOS · 10a4c503
      David Fuhrmann authored
      Removal of those variables is done for multiple reasons:
      - In general, the caller should set correct variables for compilers,
        this should not be done by the script itself
      - In recent macOS versions, default stubs for compilers exist
        (/usr/bin/clang / gcc / cc), so there is not need to use xcrun
        anymore
      - Some contribs fail to build with the multi-command notion given by
        xcrun cc, instead they are looking for a tool named "xcrun cc"
        which does not exist
      10a4c503
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      contrib: fix git archive prefix · a3db7b19
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      a3db7b19
    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      contrib: use git-archive and save the hash · 8fe41689
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      git-archive is supposed to validate the git repository to match the
      git hash, and the git hash itself is supposed to be cryptographically
      secure. So we if save it, we can reuse it to check the tarball.
      
      Note: Alternatively, we could rely on git-archive making reproducible
      tarballs, which it indeed does, then perform a regular hash of the
      decompressed tarball. It is however unclear if git-archive tarballs are
      reproducible *across* Git versions, which could lead to problems.
      
      Note 2: This still requires a head to fetch from. In principles,
      fetching a hash directly is possible, but not all servers allow it.
      8fe41689
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