[KDE/Mac] KF5 on OSX

René J.V. Bertin rjvbertin at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 15:36:09 UTC 2015

On Thursday November 05 2015 01:36:43 Marko Käning wrote:

Hi Marko,

I've noticed with a few frameworks that they somehow depend on Python. At least some part of the cmake script checks for a python interpreter. Have you ever looked into whether
- this in fact applies to all frameworks? (In that case we'd have to declare a global dependency on a python port that propragates to all subports.)
- it can be python2.7 or python3.x?


> Hi René,
> On 04 Nov 2015, at 14:13 , René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm making progress - slowly, a framework or 2,3 a day, but also fine-tuning the logic in
> > the portgroup and (meta) Portfile.
> wow.
> > Are you following what I'm doing or not at all?
> Well, no. In the meantime I busied myself only with https://trac.macports.org/ticket/49548
> after you had identified that the case-(in)sensitivity of the MacPorts disk is being the
> root cause for the KDEnlive issue #49458...
> But I saw now, that you have done quite a lot of work on the KF5 ports… Very very nice to
> see that progressing.
> I see that you’re adding all the descriptions as well! NEAT!!!!
> > Up to now I'm not displeased with the Portfile I'm "growing" with subports for the
> > individual frameworks. There's a bit more need for individual patch files than I'd have
> > hoped, but I could probably come up with one or a few more generic patch files by reducing
> > the number of context lines and using -p0 patches (cf. those for karchive and kcodecs).
> Hmm, I am surprised to see that you need many individual patch files… I thought that this
> should not be necessary if the QSP patch is in place.
> Anyway, we’ll see how you get going further.
> Thanks so much for looking into this, René!
> Greets,
> Marko

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