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Wed, 15 May 2013
[ 11:40:39 rakuco ] Original commit   Revision:318239
qt4-graphicssystems-opengl x11 files touched by this commit Qt OpenGL rendering engine (experimental)
qt4-gui x11-toolkits files touched by this commit Qt graphical user interface module
qt4-imageformats graphics files touched by this commit Qt plugins for several image formats
qt4-opengl x11  Deleted files touched by this commit Qt OpenGL library
qt4-webkit www  Deleted files touched by this commit Qt4 WebKit engine
Add the patch I added to qt4-corelib in r317896 to some other Qt ports.

These ports which previously failed to build with clang-i386 use their
private copies of the qsimd_p.h header, since this private header is not
installed at all (which, in turns, makes the PORTREVISION bump in
qt4-corelib quite useless).

We thus need to add a copy of the same patch to all these ports to make sure
the qsim_p.h they use when being built is actually the one we want.

Hopefully this gets miwi happy and people on clang-i386 can build these
ports again.

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 5

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