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non port: head/deskutils/kdepimlibs4/files/patch-akonadi__resourcebase.h

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Thu, 4 Jul 2013
[ 23:34 rakuco ] Original commit 
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Update the KDE Software Compilation to 4.10.5.

Proudly brought to you by the KDE on FreeBSD team. We're sorry to ship two
KDE updates in just a few days, but the work on 4.10.5 was very light
compared to 4.10.4 so it was ready much faster.

The release announcement can be found in [1].

The biggest news for us on FreeBSD is that the Ruby bindings should work
with Ruby 1.9 now.

I will probably add a note to UPDATING later about this, but as avilla@
pointed out, the clang support we mentioned that was improved in 4.10.4
requires a rebuild of the ports that depend on kdelibs4. Most of them are
covered by this update, but those which are not part of the Software
Compilation need to be rebuilt manually to make sure the previous issues
(proper symbol visibility being the most annoying of them) are solved.
Wed, 5 Jun 2013
[ 22:02 rakuco ] Original commit 
320031 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/Makefile
320031 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/files/patch-akonadi__resourcebase.h
Apply my upstream patch to fix kdepim4-runtime's build with clang 3.3.

Yes, the patch is to kdepimlibs4, but it should actually fix the build
problems that people were having with kdepim4-runtime and CURRENT's clang.

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