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Actually, I was in doubt about that but portlint said "looks fine". :)
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I think I was doing it wrong just bringing the diff of the later modified files instead of everything related.
Updating "LICENSE_FILE" to reflect the current absence of the doc folder.
- I downgraded from the v1.0.1 (what is dead now) to v1.0 since I could not find a way to use the "COPYTREE" builtin find feature to avoid directories but just its files. The v1.0 does not have the doc directory.
Submitting a new diff.
Removing the x11-fonts/ohsnap update from the diff, what was accidentally included.
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Committed in r416916:
Jun 14 2016
Oh, and if the maintainer is ok with it, I'm ok too.
As suggested by Tobias, INSTALLS_ICONS=yes is not required as this is a QT
application (not GTK/GNOME).
I'm not quite sure still whether "INSTALLS_ICONS" is actually needed.
As per comment from mat, make sure that options which are enabled by default
are sufficient such that the vast majority of people will not need to rebuild
with more options enabled to be able to use it.
Looks good, as with all ports with many options, but very few enabled by default, make sure that the vast majority of people will not need to rebuild with more options enabled to be able to use it.
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Dec 13 2015
Closing now that PyQt5 has landed.
Accept revision for it to be closed.
PyQt5 has finally landed into the ports tree in rP403693.
Dec 1 2015
Regarding the USES=qmake issue, I can't remember anymore if it was an oversight or intentional, but a quick test I just did shows the ports install files to the system directories instead of going into the staging directory.
Nov 30 2015
Updated patch addressing inline comments from rakuco.
Thanks for your review and comments.
Phew, I can't believe I've managed to look at the entire diff :-)
Nov 22 2015
Updated patch after applying the fixes discovered via the exp run.