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Version: 5.9.6, Package name: qtscxml-5.9.6
Maintained by: KDE porting team
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Description-examples
The Qt SCXML module provides functionality to create state machines from SCXML
files. This includes both dynamically creating state machines (loading the SCXML
file and instantiating states and transitions) and generating a C++ file that
has a class implementing the state machine. It also contains functionality to
support data models and executable content.

This package contains sources for QtScxml usage examples.

Description-main
The Qt SCXML module provides functionality to create state machines from SCXML
files. This includes both dynamically creating state machines (loading the SCXML
file and instantiating states and transitions) and generating a C++ file that
has a class implementing the state machine. It also contains functionality to
support data models and executable content.

This package contains actual libraries to be used by apps.


Filesize: 404.414 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2018-07-05) Updated to version: qtscxml-5.9.6
  • (2018-01-25) Updated to version: qtscxml-5.9.4
  • (2017-12-27) Updated to version: qtscxml-5.9.3
  • (2017-10-24) Updated to version: qtscxml-5.9.2
  • (2017-07-17) Updated to version: qtscxml-5.9.1
  • (2017-06-15) Package added to openports.se, version qtscxml-5.6.2 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2018-01-25 08:02:26 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (50)
Log message:
Update Qt to 5.9.4
Notable port changes:
- s/MODQT5_USE_GCC4_MODULE/MODQT5_USE_CXX11/
- Zap SHARED_LIBS += Qt5EglDeviceIntegration (Lost, long time ago)
- Regen some WANTLIB
- Shared bump in qtdeclarative (New symbols)
- Update Homepage
Changelog:
https://blog.qt.io/blog/2018/01/23/qt-5-9-4-released/
"commitski" landry@
   2017-12-27 09:27:07 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (42)
Log message:
Update Qt5 to 5.9.3
Only one notable port change:
Fix missing private includes(https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-37417)
bulk by kili@ Thanks!
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-28 18:07:16 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (260)
Log message:
Rework the process of building Qt5 documentation:
Now all documentation is built using a separate port using
the --single-exec option of qdoc. This gaves significant speedup
as well as fixing quiet a few interlinking problems.
All -qch, -html and -docindex subpackages of Qt modules ports are
removed. The qt5-html and qt5-qch are now provided by x11/qt5/docs
instead of meta/qt5, thus REVISION set from the start.
This commit should fix problems with building Qt5 documentation
that people started seeing after switching to Clang. We also could
zap some interdependencies between Qt5 modules as well, but that's
a different story.
   2017-07-26 16:45:35 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (937)
Log message:
bump LIBCXX/LIBECXX/COMPILER_LIBCXX ports.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-17 02:34:39 by Vadim Zhukov | Files touched by this commit (247)
Log message:
Update from Qt 5.6.2 (LTS) to Qt 5.9.1 (LTS).
Tested with both GCC and CLang (less through).
This forces updating x11/py-qt5, which forces update of devel/py-sip,
which forces update of x11/py-qt4, but, thankfully, no breakage detected.
   2017-07-16 13:19:06 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (880)
Log message:
use COMPILER_LIBCXX where applicable