Moin moin On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 at 10:13, Volker Krause <vkra...@kde.org> wrote: > > On Saturday, 20 June 2020 08:20:18 CEST Ben Cooksley wrote: > > Hi all, > > > > This weekend parts of our CI system shifted to using Qt 5.15, with all > > FreeBSD builds now being based on Qt 5.15. We also shifted all Linux > > builds of Plasma, and the latest Qt version build of Frameworks to Qt > > 5.15 as well (apologies for the massive amount of email this kicked > > up) > > > > It has however exposed a series of SIC changes in Qt which will need > > to be adapted to. The list of affected projects appears to be as > > follows: > > - kalarm > > - kdesdk-kioslaves > > - kompare > > - subtitlecomposer > > all fixed > > > - kaffeine > > This doesn't look like something caused by Qt 5.15, more like an issue with > the FreeBSD DVB headers, builds on Linux. Indeed, the v4l_compat package  is likely the issue. When building kaffeine in the FreeBSD ports, the include/ directory of kaffeine gets removed prior to building, as the headers are provided by v4l_compat already.
mfg Tobias  https://www.freshports.org/multimedia/v4l_compat > > > In addition, the following projects appear to have long standing build > > issues. It would be appreciated if they could please investigate and > > correct these: > > - kbibtex > > fixed > > > - atcore > > - kmymoney > > MSVC-only, or rather GCC/clang being a bit too forgiving. > > atcore looks like an ambiguous default argument, removing that should fix it, > but since this is a public interface I didn't want to just change this, being > unable to estimate the impact. > > kmymoney is using an exported class in two DLLs with the same export macro, > that doesn't work. Needs more insights into the project to restructure that > accordingly I think. > > > - ring-kde > > build errors seem to be in stuff downloaded by cmake!? > > > Further, the following project appears to have a broken build due to > > SIC changes within another KDE project: > > - zanshin > > fixed > > Regards, > Volker > > >