[Bug 268652] Qt5: Some apps fails to start after upgrading to 5.15.8

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Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2023 21:08:23 UTC

--- Comment #54 from Tatsuki Makino <tatsuki_makino@hotmail.com> ---
(In reply to Dima Panov from comment #47)

At least portmaster does not cause problems with the build order, including
Only very rare patterns of ports, such as japanese/xpdf, are the only ones that
fail to build.

The feature to save libraries to lib/compat/pkg of portmaster is limited to the
pattern /\.so\.[0-9]+$/ file name, and files with the same name as lib/*.so.*
will be deleted.
Therefore, the presence of lib/compat/pkg/libfoo.so.1 will not affect
lib_depends as follows.
LIB_DEPENDS= libfoo.so:category/foo libfoo.so.2:category/foo

If poudriere uses -n when bulk and makes sure that the required packages are
not built, there will be no funny dependency problems.

By the way, what is the path related to qt5 embedded in the binaries related to
The root of the installation is ${LOCALBASE}, the library is lib/qt5/ and the
plug-ins are plugins/ .
I am assuming qt5-qmake is doing this... :)

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