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non port: comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 4

Thu, 22 Nov 2018
[ 20:18 tcberner ] Original commit   Revision:485614
485614 Mk/Uses/pyqt.mk
485614 audio/cadence/Makefile
485614 audio/carla/Makefile
485614 audio/picard/Makefile
485614 audio/puddletag/Makefile
485614 cad/py-pyfda/Makefile
485614 comms/gnuradio/Makefile
485614 comms/py-qt5-serialport/Makefile
485614 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-plist
485614 databases/py-qt4-sql/Makefile

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pyqt: Change install directories for Python flavor support

* PyQt could not be installed for multiple Python versions at
  the same time, as there were conflicting files.

  This patch creates Python-version versioned directories for
  all these, and further installs binaries with a version number.

* Note, there might be some hickups for software that depends on
  on of the .so's provided by PyQt5, which might not be found
  anymore autmotically, and maybe need some LD-flaggery.

* Update PyQt5 to 5.10.1

* Mark www/py-qt5-webengine broken. It is unforuntately no longer
  compatible with the old qt5-webengine-5.9.4 we ship.

PR:		232745
Exp-run by:	antoine
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8714
Wed, 14 Feb 2018
[ 21:30 rakuco ] Original commit   Revision:461841
461841 comms/py-qt5-serialport/Makefile
461841 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-plist
461841 databases/py-qt5-sql/Makefile
461841 databases/py-qt5-sql/pkg-plist
461841 devel/py-qt5-core/Makefile
461841 devel/py-qt5-core/files/patch-configure.py
461841 devel/py-qt5-core/pkg-plist
461841 devel/py-qt5-dbus/Makefile
461841 devel/py-qt5-dbus/pkg-plist
461841 devel/py-qt5-designer/Makefile

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PyQt: Unconditionally install the .pyi files

r460809 started installing .pyi with the %%PYTHON3%% substitution in the
plists. Support for .pyi files was added in Python 3.5, and PyQt's configure.py
only installs the files on Python >= 3.5.

This patch removes the version checks from configure.py (the files are just
unused in earlier Python versions), as it is easier than checking Python 3's
version in each PyQt port's Makefile (or to add the logic to Mk/Uses/pyqt.mk).

PR:		225773
Reviewed by:	tcberner
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D14361
Sat, 3 Feb 2018
[ 12:45 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:460809
460809 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-descr
460809 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-plist
460809 databases/py-qt4-sql/pkg-descr
460809 databases/py-qt5-sql/pkg-descr
460809 databases/py-qt5-sql/pkg-plist
460809 devel/py-qt4-assistant/pkg-descr
460809 devel/py-qt4-core/pkg-descr
460809 devel/py-qt4-dbus/pkg-descr
460809 devel/py-qt4-dbussupport/pkg-descr
460809 devel/py-qt4-declarative/pkg-descr

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- Update WWWs for all py-qt4* and py-qt5* ports
- Fix plists for py-qt5* for python3 case, adding missing .pyi files

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Sun, 13 Dec 2015
[ 21:56 rakuco ] Original commit   Revision:403693
403693 Mk/Uses/pyqt.mk
403693 comms/Makefile
403693 comms/py-qt5-serialport
403693 comms/py-qt5-serialport/Makefile
403693 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-descr
403693 comms/py-qt5-serialport/pkg-plist
403693 databases/Makefile
403693 databases/py-qt5-sql
403693 databases/py-qt5-sql/Makefile
403693 databases/py-qt5-sql/pkg-descr

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At very long last land PyQt5 5.5.1 ports.

Add the required bits to Uses/pyqt.mk along with all the PyQt5 ports.
Thankfully this commit is mostly adding new ports, as the hard work was
already done in r403297 and r403662.

Huge kudos to Tobias Berner <tcberner@gmail.com> and, most importantly,
Guido Falsi (madpilot@) for their initial work on these ports (see D2910 in
Phabricator for an earlier version of the PyQt5 patch set).

PR:		204672

Number of commits found: 4

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