[KDE/Mac] Trouble applying QSP patch from Qt's codereview

Ian Wadham iandw.au at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 22:22:47 UTC 2015

Sorry, forgot about that Reply All requirement on this list.

> Hi Marko,
> On 06/03/2015, at 8:29 AM, Marko Käning wrote:
>> On 05 Mar 2015, at 22:21 , Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Yes, I do, but in an older version than yours, as follows:
>> ha, I see, you also have an older version…
>> I (almost) BET that Jeremy also used the older one to build qt 5.4.1...
>>> I don't have Qt 5.4.1 installed.  I installed René's earlier port:
>>> I had to deactivate qt4-mac (temporarily) to be able to install that.
>>> NONE of ImageMagick, gobject-introspection, graphviz, redland or
>>> libtool were on the large recursive list of dependents of qt4-mac that
>>> I had to deactivate first…
>> So, those come in only for qt5 then?!!
> No.  They depend on libtool regardless of qt5 or qt4, and also for older
> versions of libtool.
> What I seem to have done differently is to deactivate poppler-qt4-mac @0.29.0_0
> individually in a command, THEN deactivated qt4-mac.  My guess is that it does not
> care about the build dependencies of poppler-qt*-mac if you deactivate it explicitly
> and I was (probably) not asked to deactivate libtool, etc.  But it was a few weeks ago
> now and I do not remember.  I ended up doing sudo port deactivate `cat <qtdeps>.txt`
> and sudo port activate same.  And the list  of deps in my <qtdeps>.txt file certainly has
> poppler-qt4-mac and certainly does not have libtool, nor its dependents, even though
> libtool IS a build dependency poplar-qt*-mac.
> Cheers, Ian W.

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