makc at freebsd.org
Fri Nov 21 12:58:54 UTC 2014
On Thu, 20 Nov 2014 14:13:08 -0500 Dwayne MacKinnon wrote:
> Hi all,
> 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
> strongly recommended.)
> 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.
You can't use USE_GCC with Qt ports on 10.x and greater. Using g++48
leads to linking against both to libc++ and libstdc++, and this not a good
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