[MacPorts] #67082: qt5-qtwebengine: add webengine-proprietary-codecs option

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Fri Mar 10 12:18:15 UTC 2023

#67082: qt5-qtwebengine: add webengine-proprietary-codecs option
  Reporter:  kaamui           |      Owner:  MarcusCalhoun-Lopez
      Type:  enhancement      |     Status:  assigned
  Priority:  Normal           |  Milestone:
 Component:  ports            |    Version:
Resolution:                   |   Keywords:
      Port:  qt5-qtwebengine  |

Comment (by kaamui):

 Replying to [comment:1 ryandesign]:

 > Another option that works whether or not the port is in a known ports
 tree is to`cd` to the directory that contains the Portfile and then run
 e.g. `sudo port install` (without adding a port name). However in this
 case you're dealing with a subport. (qt5-qtwebengine is defined as a
 subport in the qt5 Portfile.) So after you `cd` to the qt5 directory you'd
 have to tell MacPorts which subport to install, e.g. `sudo port install

 Thank you for your quick reply ! I tried your suggestion, but it's acting
 like if nothing had to be done :

 cd $(port dir qt5-qtwebengine)
 sudo port install subtport=qt5-qtwebengine
 --->  Computing dependencies for qt5-qtwebengine
 --->  Cleaning qt5-qtwebengine
 --->  Scanning binaries for linking errors
 --->  No broken files found.
 --->  No broken ports found.

 While with the `sudo port build qt5-qtwebengine`, the sources were
 downloaded, some dependencies requested. It's still ending with the error
 described above, but I was expecting to see the same process and error
 with `sudo port install subport=qt5-qtwebengine`

Ticket URL: <https://trac.macports.org/ticket/67082#comment:3>
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