Today we renamed kde-testing back to kde in layman. You should remove and add the overlay again:
layman -d kde-testing; layman -L; layman -a kde;
In other news,
Qt 4.6.0 final was released by Nokia yesterday. You’ll find ebuilds in portage’s ~testing. If you’re using stable and want to try it out, make sure you keyword ALL the ebuilds, or you might get ugly blocks A keyword file is available in qting-edge.
Upgrading world is the recommended way to go to avoid B blocks. If you don’t want to upgrade world, make sure your upgrade command includes all installed Qt modules or you will get blocks.
emerge -av1 $(qlist -IC x11-libs/qt\-)
Remember that “b” (lowercase b) blocks are automatically resolved by portage, just remove
--pretend and proceed with the upgrade.
For those wondering, KDE 4 works fine with Qt 4.6
If you’re upgrading Qt from a previous version and your Qt apps misbehave, you should rebuild everything depending on Qt:
emerge -av1 $(for i in $(qlist -IC x11-libs/qt-); do equery -q d $i | grep -v 'x11-libs/qt-' | sed "s/^/=/"; done)
KDE 4.3.4 was also released yesterday, ebuilds are available in portage as usual
Lots of stuff to build, have fun!