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non port: audio/amarok/files/patch-kf5-5.61-headers
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508988 audio/amarok/files/patch-kf5-5.61-headers
508988 databases/kexi/files/patch-gentoo-kf5-5.61-headers
508988 deskutils/akonadi-import-wizard/files
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Update KDE Frameworks to latest upstream release, 5.61

Release notes at
	https://kde.org/announcements/kde-frameworks-5.61.0.php

Thanks to
	antoine@ for the exp-runs,
	tcberner@ for most of the prep-work,
	the Gentoo community for cherry-picking patches

There are a bunch of changes in (implicitly included) headers, which
broke existing KDE Applications builds; that's why there are a whole
bunch of "patch-gentoo-kf5-5.61-headers" patches (taken from Gentoo
packaging). Those will go away with the next KDE Applications release,

PR:		239777
Submitted by:	tcberner

Number of commits found: 1

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