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|18 May 2018 12:27:44
Update the Qt5 ports to 5.10.1.
The work was done by tcberner and myself, with thanks to antoine for the
Not a lot to report compared to other Qt5 updates:
* net/qt5-network is still broken with LibreSSL. I said this in a commit
message ages ago but it bears repeating: upstream is open to adding support
for LibreSSL, but someone needs to step up to maintain it upstream, otherwise
things will continue to be broken all the time.
* www/qt5-webengine is a huge monster that is terrible to update, just like
www/chromium itself is. We (kde@) have decided to keep using the 5.9 series
for the time being, as it should be compatible with the rest of Qt anyway. It
was updated to 5.9.5, the latest 5.9 release at the time of writing.
|29 Mar 2018 19:03:18
Fix permissions in installed Qt5 header files
For the qt5-* ports bsd.qt.mk sets EXTRACT_AFTER_ARGS, and
thereby does not get the normal default value of
passed when extracting. This lead to for example header files
being installed (i.e. copied), with permissions group write
Manually append that to the bsd.qt.mk shenanigans (also do the
same in www/qt5-webchannel, which opts out of the bsd.qt.mk value)
Reported by: firstname.lastname@example.org
|06 Jan 2018 21:30:33
Update Qt5 ports to 5.9.3.
This took quite a lot of time because Qt's own build system underwent
several changes in 5.8.0 that took a while to adapt to.
And, of course, qt5-webengine is a behemoth that we need to patch like crazy
due to its bundling of Chromium. In fact, most of the Chromium patches in
qt5-webengine have been imported with no changes from www/chromium@433510
("www/chromium: update to 56.0.2924.87").
New port: accessibility/qt5-speech
Bigger changes to Qt5 ports we had to make:
- Qt now allows using a configure.json file to define configuration options
and specify configuration checks that can be done when qmake is invoked.(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|21 Jan 2017 15:09:45
Approved by: rakuco (mentor)
|26 Dec 2016 10:00:10
Drop post-configure target from several Qt5 ports.
Qt's configure script already creates all the necessary Makefiles for the
directories we need to build, so there is no need to run qmake again in
Reviewed by: tcberner, Adriaan de Groot <email@example.com>
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8899
|17 Sep 2016 09:46:54
Update the Qt5 ports to 5.6.1.
This took longer than expected, but there are quite a few changes to the
existing ports and a few new ones.
General upstream changes:
- Starting with Qt 5.6.2, Qt will fail at configuration time if LibreSSL is
being used. According to the discussion here:
The Qt project is not opposed to LibreSSL, but does not want to mix
support for it into the OpenSSL backend code, especially as they move
towards supporting OpenSSL 1.1.
People interested in LibreSSL support are welcome to submit a separate
backend upstream, but are expected to maintain it. We (kde@) are not
opposed to carrying some patches authored by others in the future, as long(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|05 Nov 2014 09:39:22
Update Qt5 ports to 5.3.2.
Proudly presented by the KDE on FreeBSD team, with several guest stars.
This update took way longer than initially expected due to us previously
accumulating assumptions and changes to Qt's build system that finally bit
us back with the 5.3 release series, so we had to do a fair amount of
- comms/qt5-serialport: Qt functions to access serial ports, originally
based on work by Fernando Apesteguia. 
- devel/qt5-qdoc: Qt documentation generator, the Qt5 equivalent of
devel/qt4-qdoc3. Originally worked on by Tobias Berner.
It had already been half-split from devel/qt5-buildtools,(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|23 Oct 2014 21:35:15
Remove @dirrm and @dirrmtry entries from the Qt ports.
|19 Jul 2014 11:09:00
Remove libtool .la files from all Qt ports
Approvedy by: kde (makc)
|03 Mar 2014 16:50:33
KDE/FreeBSD team is happy to present Qt 5 in ports!
Alberto Villa (avilla@) has done all the hard work to create Qt 5 ports.
Trivial update from 5.2.0-beta1 to 5.2.1 by me.
Special thanks for Adriaan de Groot <firstname.lastname@example.org> for his assistance for
Approved by: portmgr (bapt) (for Mk/bsd.port.mk)