[Releasing] Some CMake patches for 5.0.2

Stephen Kelly stephen.kelly at kdab.com
Fri Feb 22 15:11:14 CET 2013

Hi there,

I misunderstood the branch situation for Qt 5.0.2, and I pushed commits to 
stable which need to be in 5.0.2 (specifically 
7661e39c022f76da34fcd5d38ecb93c86e01f1b7 and 
7477d50fce9a0008ff4e050285e146ebc0c1e163 which fix a regression introduced in 

Without those patches the cmake files are unusable, so they need to be in 

The easiest way I can see to fix that situation is to fast-forward the release 
branch to 7661e39c022f76da34fcd5d38ecb93c86e01f1b7. As it is a fast-forward, 
all commits have already been through CI.

The alternative is to cherry-pick the commits into the releasing branch, which 
will leave us with duplicate commits. As it is easily avoided by fast-
forwarding, I'd prefer fast-forwarding. Any reason that can't be done?


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