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Re: py-qt5-qscintilla fails to build with new py-sip
Adam <adam%netbsd.org@localhost> writes:
>> anybody else have sip trouble?
> I have got Qscintilla v2.11.5 (x11/qt5-qscintilla and
> x11/py-qt5-qscintilla) update ready to be committed (fixes for Darwin
> are included). I've tested it on Darwin and
> NetBSD-current/amd64. Should I update now or after the freeze?
> Packages depending on Qscintilla:
> - cad/openscad
> - databases/sqlitebrowser
> - devel/py-tortoisehg
> - geography/qgis
Please drop your update into wip, so that other people can test it. In
particular we need to test on nebtsd-8, not just current. If it builds
and qgis builds with it and works, I think it should go in now.
I think we need qgis working, and probably somebody else cares about
openscad and/or the others.
Do we understand what's actually wrong? Does the problem I reported
happen for others on other platforms, netbsd-8 only?
Looking at py-sip, there was an update on April 12 wtih several "bug
fix" releases and one on June 11, also labeled bugfix. My package build
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 6036 Jun 6 12:41 py37-qt5-qscintilla-2.11.2nb7
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 1101 Jun 20 17:45 py37-sip-4.19.23
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 832 Jun 20 17:45 py37-sip-qt5-4.19.23
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 6354 Jun 22 07:18 qt5-qscintilla-2.11.2nb5
and of course py37-qt5-qscintilla is now stale.
The other thing to consider is backing out the py-sip update of June 11,
if that turns out to be the actual problem.
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