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Re: Help needed for Qt 5.9.1
On 02/08/17 02:43, Adam wrote:
> I imported qt5 5.9.1 packages into wip. I removed LIBTOOL hacks, for two reasons: the upstream abandoned LIBTOOL support, and ldd kept on crashing on NetBSD. Now, I am able to build all modules on NetBSD and Darwin, EXCEPT for qt5-qtwebengine. QtWebEngine is a replacement for QtWebKit, and it uses Chromium/V8 instead of (well...) WebKit. It would probably require a lot of patching to build this module. If someone has more patience and experience than I have, please fix it.
> If you think we can live without qt5-qtwebengine, I can commit changes to PkgSrc. Or, does KDE need a web-engine? (Mark?)
KDE currently needs both webengine and webkit (some things have moved to
webengine and others haven't yet).
I've tried building your packages and struck some issues (on NetBSD
Below PLIST difference in the cups handling in qt5-qtbase
--- /tmp/PLIST 2017-08-03 13:07:51.000000000 +1200
+++ PLIST 2017-08-03 10:04:39.000000000 +1200
@@ -3017,7 +3017,6 @@
@@ -3101,8 +3100,7 @@
I have some patches to qt5-qttools that let it build even if
both qt5-qtgraphicaleffects and qt5-qtquickcontrols fail to build the
*.qmlc files for me and I see this message in the build log
Project MESSAGE: QML cache generation requested but target architecture
x86_64 is not supported.
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