dev-util/bouml depends on x11-libs/qt:3, which is scheduled for removal.
This package should be removed if there is no Qt4 version.
Unfortunately the author is not interested in a Qt4 port :(
This is so sad. It used to be my favorite UML editor :(
There is still hope for bouml? I can't find any good replacement for it.
Maybe kde-sunset overlay?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Maybe kde-sunset overlay?
That would be the right place for it. As it's a user-maintained overlay, you can make that happen yourself.
I managed to compile and install what was the latest ebuild for bouml before it was removed from the tree.
You can see its tree here:
I've added the kde-sunset overlay with layman (layman -a kde-sunset). After that, I created a local overlay to hold the bouml tree.
Portage complained about missing digests so i just erased all the bouml tree but the latest ebuild, and then I generated its manifest.
After that I asked portage to emerge it. I needed not to unmask it because it was already unmasked, both bouml and qt3.
It was needed to copy the eclass/ dir from kde-sunset overlay to my local overlay because bouml ebuild inherits qt3 and uses eqmake3.
After that everything went really smooth.
I guess that if you put directly the ebuild inside kde-sunset overlay it will be easier.
I'm posting it here because as I said qt3 and bouml was already unmasked in my tree, so I couldn't fully test if everything was ok. If possible, I would ask to people to test that.
Also, I don't know yet how to commit this to the kde-sunset overlay, so until that happens people might wanna try out.
You can contact the kde-sunset maintainers on the gentoo-desktop mailing list. And you can ask email@example.com for commit access.