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non port: databases/py-qt5-sql/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 2

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: 2

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