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Re: Qt4 removal plan

On Sat, Oct 26, 2019 at 02:57:32PM +1300, Mark Davies wrote:
> On 26/10/19 11:02 am, Kamil Rytarowski wrote:
> >> There are various KDE-related apps that I sometimes find useful, e.g.
> >> kdiff3 (which I see is what Mercurial recommends for a graphical merge
> >> tool). Generally, these have long been ported to qt5+kf5, pkgsrc just
> >> doesn't have the more recent versions. I was thinking of updating these
> >> myself, but hadn't got around to it.
> >>
> >> As Maya suggested, I don't think there's any urgency to remove things
> >> immediately. The question on some people's minds I imagine will be: "If
> >> you're deleting KDE4, where's KDE5?"
> >>
> > 
> > 
> > Please help to upgrade these packages, especially the ones you care about.
> There are a bunch of KDE5 versions of packages on wip (and a bunch more
> that I'd be happy to do).  The reason I haven't replaced things in
> pkgsrc proper with the KDE5 versions is that at this point we don't have
> a fully working KDE5 environment (as various components have
> dependencies on qt5-qtwebengine or libinput or libudev or other issues)
> so I didn't want to break things for anyone who was using KDE4 as an
> integrated environment.  Now I don't know if there is anyone still doing
> that (I'm not) so maybe we should just go ahead an update what we can.
> cheers
> mark

What uses libinput/libudev?

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