Fwd: 2017-02-18 Update to Qt 4 and Qt 5

Bartosz Fabianowski freebsd at chillt.de
Mon Feb 20 00:53:16 UTC 2017

qtchooser conflicts with a number of Qt 4 ports, because they installed 
binaries into /usr/local/bin that qtchooser wants to replace with its 
own scripts now.

I just nuked all conflicting ports, installed qtchooser and reinstalled 
the ports afterward.

- Bartosz

On 19/02/2017 12:25, Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:
> Robert Burmeister <Robert.Burmeister at UToledo.edu> writes:
>> kde at FreeBSD.org is not accepting mail
>>>  Following what is already done in Qt 5, the Qt 4 ports no longer install
>>>  their binaries into ${LOCALBASE}/bin (which is "/usr/local/bin" in most
>>>  cases). Additionally, the "-qt4" suffix has been dropped from the file names
>>>  of the binaries that had it, such as "qmake-qt4".
>> Could we have portupgrade instructions?
> We'd be more than glad to add those if someone can provide them; I have
> not used portupgrade myself since at least 2009, so it's hard for me to
> provide any instructions.
>> Neither QT4 nor QT5 will build on my FreeBSD 11 i386 system.
> Can you clarify? What errors are you seeing?

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