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qt22 x11-toolkits Deleted on this many watch lists=1 search for ports that depend on this port
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24 Mar 2001 22:15:59
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Bring in my fixes for KDE2 for users of XFree86 4.0.x.  Basically, what   this
involves is this:  Cull GL from Qt by default, but still provide a   Qt+GL
library that may or may not have threads.  Then also provide a Qt   library that
has threads but not GL.  This allows us to make KDE2 depend   on a library that
will *not* have threads, ever.  Threads will be   revisited at a later date. 
Ports that require GL support need to be   updated to use the hacked library,
libqtgl.so.4.  The net result is that   we bloat our qt2 package by 1.5-2.5MB
for compatability.  Also, static   qt will not have GL support.    
04 Feb 2001 04:43:15
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Update QT2 to 2.2.4: Re-add USE_MESA, remove antialiasing patch, remove  
default -j2 (but keep MAKE_JOBS var), restore old perl REs as soon as I'd  
learned how to do multiple ones, remove QPL license file from packaging,   sync
with newest KOI8-U/R stuff (not tested).  The biggest bonus:  split   QT
Designer into its own port, and make the qt22/qt-designer pair a member   of the
master-slave ports legion, hopefully to reduce redundancy as much   as possible.
 This should also save roughly 20 minutes of compile time on   a dual PIII-600
for those that don't need or want QT Designer.  UIC is,   however, still
installed/compiled by the default Qt 2.2.4 (as it _is_   required for other
things e.g. KDE2).    
21 Jan 2001 19:36:08
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Add workaround (CFLAGS+=-frerun-cse-after-loops) for breakage in GCC   2.95.3. 
It's backwards compatible, so no need for OSVERSION or other   checks like that.
 Also add new var - MAKE_JOBS, which allows you to   adjust the -jN argument (I
wanted this 'cause with more CPUs I can compile   with MAKE_JOBS=4 or greater). 
Methinks this kind of thing belongs in   bsd.port.mk, but anyway.  I can now
compile (with MAKE_JOBS=4) qt 1.45 in   less than 4 minutes on my dual
PIII-600E.  :)    
25 Oct 2000 04:33:54
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Update to QT 2.2.1 / KDE 2.0 final release.  At last!  What a long road...   All
KDE2 ports now use default USE_QT2.  Still todo: Merge in MTREE stuff.    
08 Oct 2000 08:03:53
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Convert category x11-toolkits to new layout.  
30 Aug 2000 04:50:06
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Finish updating to KDE2 snapshot 20000829A.  Re-add kdenetwork and kdeutils  
dependencies to kde2, and add koffice to kde2, because it's part of the   2.0
release.  Fix my bogon in forgetting to remove obsolete qt22 patches.    
30 Aug 2000 00:44:32
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Update to 20000829A snapshot.  Disable kdenetwork2 for the time being so   I can
address some of its issues (should see it marked un-broken in about   3 hours,
if they're trivial enough).  It took too long to get this update   out the
door... :-(    
30 Jul 2000 03:00:53
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Fix my not-tested-enough KDE2-related ports.  :-(    
29 Jul 2000 03:44:58
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Update to 20000724A (custom-rolled snapshot).  Rejoice, because now   Konqueror
can load HTML documents, KOffice works semi-well, and KDE2 in   general seems
less buggy.  Only kdeutils was left out of this mega-update.   However, it
should return soon.  :-)    

Number of commits found: 9

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