|non port: devel/qt5-buildtools/pkg-plist
Number of commits found XX: 8
Tue, 8 Dec 2020
[ 20:03 lbartoletti ] |
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Update Qt/PySide2 to 5.15.2 / PyQt to 5.15.1 / SIP to 5.4.0
This commit combines several updates.
- Update Qt to 5.12.2
- Update PyQt to 5.15.1
- Since PySide 5.15.1 is broken with Qt 5.15.2, so PySide and Shiboken are also
updated to 5.15.2.
- Update sip to 5.4.0
SIP is a collection of tools to create Python bindings for C and C++ libraries
and used by PyQt and wxPython. There are some changes with sip5 :
- python 3.5+ is required
- sip drops support of old deprecated methods as sipdistutils & cie.
- this version breaks also PyQt5 extension ABI. SIP files will be installed in
- some ports will use the new pyqtbuilder package with the pyproject.toml setup.
Instead if the project have a setup.py, you should use sip-build to build it.
- if a port needs sip, it should also needs pysip. BTW, py-qt5-core requires
pysip, so that should be enough for PyQt packages.
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Mon, 6 Jul 2020
[ 06:43 tcberner ] |
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Update Qt5 to 5.15
This is a major upgrade of the Qt libraries , .
* People that use upgrading mechanisms with incomplete dependency handling
(portmaster & Co) should make sure to manually remove the existing Qt
packages to guarantee a safe upgrade. Keep in mind, that Qt does not like if
you have an incomplete upgrade.
* This version of Qt drops support for OpenSSL 1.0 -- this means that there
won't be any binary packages for Qt5 provided by the FreeBSD package builders
for FreeBSD 11.x anymore -- and the same for *all* the ports depending on
net/qt5-network . If you cannot upgrade to a more recent FreeBSD
version (12.x, 13.x), you will need to build Qt5 from ports while switching
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Fri, 8 Nov 2019
[ 16:59 tcberner ] |
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Update Qt5 to 5.13.2
Thanks to kai@ for updating webengine.
Exp-run by: antoine
Sat, 21 Jan 2017
[ 15:09 tcberner ] |
Approved by: rakuco (mentor)
Sat, 17 Sep 2016
[ 09:46 rakuco ] |
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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 )
Thu, 23 Oct 2014
[ 21:35 rakuco ] |
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Remove @dirrm and @dirrmtry entries from the Qt ports.
Sat, 19 Jul 2014
[ 11:09 tijl ] |
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Remove libtool .la files from all Qt ports
Approvedy by: kde (makc)
Mon, 3 Mar 2014
[ 16:50 makc ] |
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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)
Number of commits found XX: 8
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