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Wed, 22 Jun 2016
[ 18:57 pi ] Original commit   Revision:417328
417328 Mk/bsd.kde4.mk
417328 deskutils/kdepim4-runtime/Makefile
417328 deskutils/kdepim4-runtime/distinfo
417328 deskutils/kdepim4-runtime/pkg-plist
417328 deskutils/kdepim4/Makefile
417328 deskutils/kdepim4/distinfo
417328 deskutils/kdepim4/pkg-plist
417328 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/Makefile
417328 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/distinfo
417328 deskutils/kdepimlibs4/files/patch-git_8d49c611

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x11/kde4: update to kdelibs version 4.14.10

This is based on the area51 testing repository of the KDE-FreeBSD
project, containing work by Raphael Kubo da Costa, Tobias Berner,
Ralf Nolden, Adriaan de Groot and probably many more from the KDE
team.

KDE4 releases have fallen into three tracks now that KDE4 is pretty
much end-of-life upstream. There's the libraries, the workspace
(Plasma4) and applications.

This patch introduces KDE4_KDELIBS_VERSION to track library releases,
which are still done infrequently. It bumps the workspace version.
It leaves applications alone. This has an effect on some applications
pkg-plists where library version numbers need to be changed. Other
than that it's supposed to be a minor upgrade, which opens the doors
for more reorganization and getting KDE Frameworks 5 in.

PR:		210255
Submitted by:	Adriaan de Groot <groot@kde.org> (kde), Tobias C.Berner
<tcberner@gmail.com> (kde)
Exp-run by:	antoine
Tue, 15 Mar 2016
[ 12:35 rakuco ] Original commit   Revision:411156
411156 astro/libkgeomap/Makefile
411156 astro/libkgeomap/pkg-plist
411156 audio/kio-audiocd/Makefile
411156 audio/kio-audiocd/pkg-plist
411156 audio/libkcddb/Makefile
411156 audio/libkcddb/pkg-plist
411156 audio/libkcompactdisc/Makefile
411156 audio/libkcompactdisc/pkg-plist
411156 databases/kbibtex/Makefile
411156 databases/kbibtex/pkg-plist

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Change header installation location for kdelibs4-based ports.

Install x11/kdelibs4's headers into include/kde4 instead of include (which
consequently causes several other ports to have their installation paths
changed too).

The idea behind this is to reduce path conflicts between KDE4 ports and the
upcoming KDE Frameworks 5 ports that will be installed into include/KF5. If
we continue installing the KDE4 headers into include/, we can end up in a
situation like this:

    c++ [...] -I/usr/local/include -I/usr/local/include/KF5 file.cpp

If the KDE4 and KF5 versions of a port have the same headers, the KDE4 port
will unintentionally be picked up first and the build will fail.
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