Created attachment 156257 [details]
x11-themes/qtcurve 1.8.18 update and overhaul
QtCurve ports have not been updated in a few years. In that time, upstream has changed maintainers and hosting. The sources for the GTK and Qt ports were unified and support for Qt5 was added in the last release, which was made more than a year ago.
The ports have been overhauled to accommodate the upstream changes. There is now a qtcurve-utils port which builds a shared library and translations. All other ports (-gtk2, -kde4, -qt4, -qt5) are slaves of the -utils port. The -utils port is a common dependency and all others can be installed independently of each other. All ports can be built and installed together without conflicts.
The further separation brings us to 5 ports. I would have liked to unify everything into a single port with options for each toolkit, but use of Qt4 and Qt5 in a single ports causes conflicts, and that single port would've had quite a few dependencies with all options enabled. Although the separate ports add a bit of build overhead (no more than before), they are more convenient for pkg users.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Mon May 18 21:26:55 UTC 2015
New revision: 386718
- Update to 1.8.18 and reorganize ports due to upstream changes
- And new port for Qt 5 
- Add meta port to install styles for all toolkits
PR: 199871 
Submitted by: email@example.com
Matthew, thanks for the patch! I was working on this update too, so I've committed my version, though I used some bits from your patch for Qt5 port.