dmk at ncf.ca
Thu Nov 20 19:13:08 UTC 2014
The security/pinentry port has been upgraded to 0.90 and simultaneously the
qt4 frontend has been disabled with an IGNORE line.
The port won't compile with /usr/lib/libc++.so. Fair enough.
The thing is, pinentry has become much more important in recent iterations of
KDE. For example, if you're using the gpg backend for kwallet (which is
Naturally, the qt4 pinentry blends in best with KDE.
I've looked at the error messages from clang, and I'll admit... this is beyond
my now-feeble coding skills. (I haven't coded regularly since 2006.) I'm
wondering if some folks around here might take up the cause.
Now, I just reinstalled KDE due to upgrading to amd64 10.1-RELEASE. I got
around this whole thing by adding USE_GCC=4.8+ to the pinentry-qt4 Makefile.
gcc48 had been pulled in by KDE for some other port (not sure which one.) Not
sure if this would be a viable option. I can understand why folks wouldn't
want to make gcc48 a requirement, especially for such a small port.
Just some thoughts.
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