Teamspeak client 3.0.14 is now released.
Got the new version installed by copying the ebuild to new name. However,
when running the client, I get this:
/opt/teamspeak3-client/ts3client: error while loading shared libraries: libQt5Core.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
So I guess this new version depends on QT5?
...which is kind of bad, since I don't think we have that in official tree yet? ;)
Yes, we'll need to wait until Qt 5 reaches the Portage tree.
We're on to 184.108.40.206, but still no Qt 5 in the tree, so I guess we continue to wait.
Created attachment 384928 [details]
teamspeak-client-bin 3.0.16 ebuild
Created attachment 384940 [details]
qt.conf has to be removed, too
bumped upstream again.
Created attachment 385388 [details]
new version 3.0.16
I fixed some minor stuff:
* year in copyright
* required USE-flag sqlite added to qtsql dep
* add error message if removing bundled Qt files fails
*** Bug 528160 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I could maintain the ebuild, but I don't think anybody would let me yet :/
Why do you think people wouldn't let you do that? Proxy maintainers are highly welcome (and needed) for maintainer-needed packages :)
(In reply to Pacho Ramos from comment #10)
> Why do you think people wouldn't let you do that? Proxy maintainers are
> highly welcome (and needed) for maintainer-needed packages :)
s/Proxy maintainers/Proxied maintainers/ Yes this is confusing. :)
@Karol as I know you from #g-kde, if you're interested in helping out, ping me there.
*teamspeak-client-bin-3.0.16 (15 Jan 2015)
15 Jan 2015; Manuel Rüger <email@example.com>
Proxy commit for Karol Herbst. Add him as proxied maintainer. Version bump.
Remove old. Fixes bug #504604.
why doesn't depend on qt > 5.0 ?
really essential ?
(In reply to Christophe PEREZ from comment #13)
> why doesn't depend on qt > 5.0 ?
> really essential ?
I am not sure about dev-qt/qtgui:5[accessibility], but the Qt4 version of teamspeak-client.bin depends on that and so I guess there is no change for the Qt5 one, but never tried it out myself. The others are required though.