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syncplay: 1.6.4 -> 1.6.4a, and upgrade dependency from Qt4 to Qt5 #63882
Motivation for this change
It turns out Syncplay has had support for Qt5 for a while, and automatically detects whether it has access to PySide, which binds Qt4, or PySide2, which binds Qt5. By simply updating the dependencies, we can upgrade Syncplay to Qt5.
Technically the upgrade to 1.6.4a is independent, but I figured I might as well do both. If there is any reason to keep a separate Qt4 version of Syncplay around, let me know. cc @Enzime
I actually had the same problem, until I updated my system. I believe it's a known problem for Qt apps in general due to a mismatch between the Qt libraries you have installed in the root system vs. the ones used in an app built against nixpkgs master, but I didn't investigate deeply since updating fixed it.