Subject: Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/x11/qt4
To: Adam Ciarcinski <>
From: Geert Hendrickx <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 02/21/2006 13:16:45
On Mon, Feb 20, 2006 at 12:07:12PM +0000, Adam Ciarcinski wrote:
> Module Name:	pkgsrc
> Committed By:	adam
> Date:		Mon Feb 20 12:07:12 UTC 2006
> Update of /cvsroot/pkgsrc/x11/qt4
> In directory
> Log Message:
> Qt(TM) is a GUI software toolkit. Qt simplifies the task of writing and
> maintaining GUI (graphical user interface) applications.
> Qt is written in C++ and is fully object-oriented. It has everything you
> need to create professional GUI applications. And it enables you to
> create them quickly.
> Qt is a multi-platform toolkit. When developing software with Qt, you can
> run it on the X Window System (Unix/X11) or Microsoft Windows NT and
> Windows 95/98.  Simply recompile your source code on the platform you
> want.
> Qt cuts down the complexity in implementing large and complex systems.
> Its ingenious signal-slot technology enables true component programming.

Thanks for your work on Qt4.  All x11/qt4-* packages built fine for me, but
the include files they install appear to be broken.  They all look like: 

cat /usr/pkg/qt4/include/Qt/qapplication.h 
#include "../../src/gui/kernel/qapplication.h"

pointing to a file which does not exist.  

(I was trying to update www/texmaker to Texmaker 1.3 which uses Qt4, but
evidently it failed to build.)