jerry at seibercom.net
Wed Feb 22 23:58:00 UTC 2012
On Thu, 23 Feb 2012 00:29:00 +0100
Alberto Villa articulated:
> On Thursday 23 February 2012 00:00:15 Andriy Gapon wrote:
> > Just in case, I've run into the same problem.
> > Couple of points (in a simple-user mode):
> > - my Qt installation should be "good" as no other port had any
> > problem
> > it and there were no run-time issues and the relevant Qt ports were
> > installed a long time ago
> OK, I'll check what's wrong.
> > - I don't "need" that port for anything (in fact I don't even know
> > what it provides) - it must be (or have been) a dependency of
> > something
> > A more educated observation: it seems that telepathy-qt4 is not
> > required
> > any other installed package now.
> It was installed by kdenetwork4 quite some time ago. It's been
> useless for months (it will be required by KDE Telepathy, currently
> in KDE/FreeBSD area51).
You will notice that there is a notation
-- checking for module 'telepathy-glib>=0.17.2'
-- package 'telepathy-glib>=0.17.2' not found
-- Telepathy-glib not found or its version is < 0.17.2
I can't find that installed on my system. Do you think that might be the
problem? I really hate to start installing a lot of crap for no reason.
The port version is only 12.7 while the latest release is 17.5.
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