El día lunes, diciembre 24, 2018 a las 01:16:40p. m. +0100, Adriaan de Groot escribió:
> On Monday, 24 December 2018 11:24:59 CET Jan Beich wrote: > > g...@unixarea.de writes: > > > I know that KDE4 will be removed from ports by the end of the year, > > > that's why I wanted to update my CURRENT and ports right now before > > > this. I now find that one of the fundamental ports (x11/kdelibs-kde4) is > > > marked as broken... > > > > > > Is there a fix for this (for example using SSL from ports and not from > > > base). The alternative would be reset my poudriere oven to a 19 of > > > September (my last build with KDE4). > > > > Try adding DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ssl=openssl to make.conf(5) and commenting > > out BROKEN_FreeBSD_13 in kdelibs-kde4/Makefile. > > What Jan said will *probably* work. We (kde@) do not have the person-hours to > chase this. You'll want a ports tree from last week, since we've been > updating > KDE4-era ports to their current releases recently, if you're particularly > attached to the unmaintained stuff. > > [ade] Thanks to you both (Jan and Adriaan) for your help and your work in general! It's a pity that KDE4 is unmaintained (upstream and in FreeBSD) because it does fine for me and many others for many years. From time to time I have to use KDE5 at work on SUSE Linux workstations and it's rather strange to use this as a C(K)ommon Desktop Environment, to be honestly. That's why I see a lot of mails and PR, for example https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=233182 expressing the same. Anyway, I will try to get it compiled based on your hint, and if not either return to a September version or switch to KDE5. Thanks again. matthias -- Matthias Apitz, ✉ g...@unixarea.de, http://www.unixarea.de/ +49-176-38902045 Public GnuPG key: http://www.unixarea.de/key.pub October, 7 -- The GDR was different: Peace instead of Bundeswehr and wars, Druschba instead of Nazis, to live instead of to survive.
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