Update math/qtiplot to the latest version.
Fix: Apply the patch below to ports directory
===> Extracting for qtiplot-0.6.2.2
=> Checksum OK for qtiplot-0.6.2-2.zip.
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on executable: unzip - found
===> Patching for qtiplot-0.6.2.2
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on executable: qmake - found
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on file: /usr/X11R6/bin/moc - found
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on executable: gmake - found
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on shared library: gsl - found
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on shared library: qwt - found
===> qtiplot-0.6.2.2 depends on shared library: qwtplot3d - found
===> Configuring for qtiplot-0.6.2.2
Failure to read QMAKESPEC conf file /usr/X11R6/mkspecs/freebsd-g++/qmake.conf.
Error processing project file: /usr/ports/math/qtiplot/work/qtiplot-0.6.2-2/qtiplot.pro
*** Error code 2
Stop in /usr/ports/math/qtiplot.
Actually, QMAKESPEC moved from $X11BASE to $LOCALBASE some
time ago, and you should define QMAKESPEC.
On Wed 29 jun 05 at 22:46:38 +0200, Jie Gao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hi Thierry,
> I guess it's something in your environment to cause the problem. Because on
> my machine everything goes well. Acutally /usr/local/share/qt is hard-coded
> into qmake in devel/qmake port. So qmake should know where the mkspecs are.
May be, but I don't see anything. However, I can build other qmake-based
> The "/usr/X11R6/mkspecs/" looks very strange because even if in the old time
> when qmake was still part of qt port, the make specs had never been
> in /usr/X11R6/mkspecs. Do you have any QT-related environment variable set?
You're right about the location of mkspecs: e.g. see
deskutils/tuxcards/Makefile. No QT-related environment variable set.
All right, I just grab the QMAKESPEC part from deskutils/tuxcards/Makefile
and put into qtiplot's Makefile. This time it should be OK. See attached
patch, which replaces the old one.
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Remark: it would be fine to install at least the file help.html.